Achadh Conaire
genitive: Achadh Conaire
(Irish)
Achonry
(English)

Glossary

achadh, -ach
English field

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

54.071, -8.75722 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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1328
Muris h. Gibillan ardmagestir Erenn … a nAchad Conari
AConn.
1328
i nAchadh Conaire
ARÉ Leathanach: iii-vi 536
1398
Tomás mac Muirghesa Meic Donnchaidh epscop Achaidh Conaire do ég.
ARÉ Leathanach: iii-vi 756
1409
Brian mac Seain Ui Eghra epscop Achaidh Conaire do ecc iar mbuaidh ongtha agus aithrighe
ARÉ Leathanach: iii-vi 798
1423
Akadensis diocesis
Ann. Tuam.
1435
An tepscop Ruadh Ó hEghra, epscop Achaidh Conaire do ecc
ARÉ Leathanach: iii-vi 900
1476
Akaden.
CPL Leathanach: xiii (2) 557
1484
Archaden ...Killmactayg
CPL Leathanach: 1471‒84 (1) 183
1484
Akaden.
CPL Leathanach: 1471‒84 (1) 184
1486‒7
Fergal Omokan ... of ... Akaden.
CPL Leathanach: 1484‒92 167
1508
Espoc Achaid Conaire d’ecc .i. Tomas h. Congalan
AConn.
1584
Aconrey
Inq. E: Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 400
1585
Aghconry
CBC Leathanach: 128
1585
Achaden
Exch. E:Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 398
1593
Aghonra
Exch. E:Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 398
1593
Anthconrey
F Leathanach: 5796
1593
Athconry
F Leathanach: 5796
1603
Accadensis
CPR Leathanach: 24a
1603
Archonerie
CPR Leathanach: 24a
1603
Achonry
CPR Leathanach: 29a
1611
Arkonry
CPR Leathanach: 201a
1614
Aghonruy
CPR Leathanach: 321
1621
Achonry
CPR Leathanach: 510b
1623
Ardconry
CPR Leathanach: 564b
1633c
fuair Cathfuidh easpog Achadh Chuinnire bás
FFÉ Leathanach: iii 56
1659
Aghonry
Cen. Leathanach: 599
1666
Achonry
ASE Leathanach: 85
1684c
Lichnea or Liny Achonry, in Latin Achadensis or Achadense ... Teatempla or Templehouse ... [Achadh Conaire ... Teach an Teampla]
Downing Leathanach: 240
1685c
Achonry
Hib. Del.
1781
Church of Saint Crumnathy Achonry
CGn. Leathanach: 346.98.230662
1835
achadh chonaire
'h' curtha isteach níos déanaí
OD:AL Leathanach: 12,12
1835
Achonry
The townland of [Achonry] contains two danish forts called Lis....
Desc. Rem.:AL
1836
Achonry
Beaufort:AL
1836
Achonry (Parish of)
BS:AL Leathanach: (Sl001,1)
1836
Achonry
BS:AL Leathanach: (Sl001,3)
1836
Achonry
Carlisle Top Dic:AL
1836
Aconra
CM:AL
1836
Aconra
CM:AL
1836
The property of John Armstrong Esqr held by lease under the Ecclesiastical Commissioners ... A church built in 1822 and ruins of an old monastery & burying ground stands here … Dougloon Lake, and Achonry River ... waters this townland. The monastery was built by St. Finan of Cloonard
Desc. Rem.:AL
1836
Acconrey
Dowell Survey:AL
1836
Acconry
Dowell Survey:AL
1836
Aconry
Dowell Survey:AL
1836
Achonry
DS:AL
1836
Achonry
DS:AL
1836
Achonra
dúch:AL
1836
Achonry
GJP:AL
1836
The Irish speaking people call this ... Paraiste Achonra. In this Parish ... was a cathedral its name Teampall Achonra (Teampall being the general name for a Church at which there is burial). St Finan of Clonard was the founder ...
LSO Leathanach: 388
1836
Achonry
Moystyn, Revd. G.T.:AL
1836
Achonry
Moystyn, Revd. G.T.:AL
1836
Achadh Chonaire “Conary’s field”
OD:AL
1836
Achonry
OD:AL
1836
Achonry
O'Hara, Major:AL
1836
Achonry
O'Hara, Major:AL
1836
Achonaire ‘a castle in ruins in Castleloey, within 3 qrs of a mile from Lugh Lamh Fada’
pl:AL
1836
P-Achonra ‘there is an old church in ruins, Teampall-achonra, here ... this monastery was built by St Finan of Clonard ... the Protestant church stands on the site. Some ruins are remaining about it’
pl:AL
1836
Achonry
Query Bk. 1835:AL (Sl)
1836
Achonry
Rev. McHugh:AL
1836
Achonry
Rev. McHugh:AL
1836
Achonry
Rocque (1762):AL
1836
Situated in the south portion of County Sligo in the barony of Liney
Situation:AL
1844
Achadh Chonaire
Hy Fiach.

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