Tanelagh, Ye sessiogh of
Cen. Leathanach: 44/5
A census of Ireland, circa 1659: with supplementary material from the poll money ordinances (1660-1661), eag. S. Pender (1939) Bliain foilsithe: 1939, Údar: S. Pender, Áit foilsithe: Dublin
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William Mc Crea, A Map of County Donegal, 1801 Nóta: Cóip san Oifig Logainmneacha, Bliain foilsithe: 1801
Boundary Surveyor c. 1830 as AL / Ordnance Survey Parish Namebooks. Bliain: 1830
O'Donovan (leagan Gaeilge de logainm nó nóta agus é scríofa le dúch; John O’Donovan / Seán Ó Donnabháin a scríobh de ghnáth), ex AL. A note or an Irish form of a placename in the Ordnance Survey Parish Namebooks, usually written by John O'Donovan. Bliain: 1830-40, Bliain: 1835, Bliain: 1838
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