civil parishelectoral division
Cluain Eochaille
genitive: Chluain Eochaille
(Irish)
Cloonoghil
(English)

Glossary

cluain, cluaine
English meadow, pasture

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

54.0683, -8.59054latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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Nóta
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Onomasticon: c. eochaille; ‘sa Chorann; Aedán of; now p. Cloonoghill in W. b. Corran, c. Sli., Fy. 36, 486, B. lix. 383; in Corann, Fir. 253; Aedán of C. Eothaile in Corann, Lec. 163.
Nóta
n/a
Nóta
1306
Clonochulli
CDI Leathanach: 1302‒7 (218)
1400
St. Mary Cluaynochkyll ?
V 321-337
CPL
1423
Cluaineocaill
Ann. Tuam. Leathanach: 58
1435
Cluaineochally
VIII -556-561
CPL
1475-76
Clonneochille
CPL
1475
Clonneochille
Ann. Tuam. Leathanach: 88
1475
Akaden.... Ludovidus Oconnochan, priest ... Clonneochille ...
1475 Akaden. ... (John Ohara & Donatus Omirachan) ... Ludovidus Oconnochan, priest ... Clonneochille ... (Thomas Macbreim ...) To the provost of Achonry (Akaden.), and John Ohara and Donatus Omirachan, canons of the same. Mandate, as below. The recent petition of Ludovicus Oconnochan, priest, of the diocese of Achonry, contained that lately, on the voidance of the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Clonneochille in the said diocese by the resignation of Thomas Macbreim extra R.c. to Bernard, the present bishop of Achonry, the said bishop made collation and provision of it to the said Ludovicus, in virtue of which he obtained the said vicarage, and is now in possession of it. The said petition adding that he doubts whether the said collation and provision hold good, the pope hereby orders the above three to collate and assign to the said Ludovicus, who holds a canonry of Achonry, the said vicarage, with cure and value 5 marks sterling. Vite etc. (At the end: N. Gratis pro deo.
CPL Leathanach: (1471‒84) 1 441
1585
Clonaghill
CBC Leathanach: 124
1585
Clonoghill
CBC Leathanach: 130
1585
Clonoghill
Exch. E:Wood-Martin I Leathanach: 399
1593
Clonoughill?
F Leathanach: 5805
1655‒7
Clounoghell churchland, Cloneogell
DS
1659
Clooneoghill
Cen. Leathanach: 599
1660c
Cloneoghill
BSD Leathanach: 125
1660c
Clooneoghill
BSD Leathanach: 126
1660c
(Aodhain) Chluana Eochaille, ‘sa Chorann
Hy Fiach. Leathanach: 36
1665c
Cloonoghil
HMR Leathanach: 59
1690c
Clunoghill
Ir. Jacob. Leathanach: 80
1819
Cloonoghil
Larkin (Sl)
1828
Cloonaghill
TAB
1836
Clonoghy
Beaufort:AL
1836
Cloonohill
BS:AL Leathanach: Sl012,4
1836
Cloonoghill
Carlisle (Sl):AL
1836
Cloonohill
Corly, Rev.:AL
1836
Cloneoghill
DS:AL
1836
Cloonohill
Garrett, Rev.:AL
1836
Cloonohill
GJP 1835:AL
1836
There is a good portion of an old Church with a burial ground in the Townland of Church Hill, which is also called Cloonohill.
LSO (Sl) Leathanach: 423
1836
Cloonohil
Map of Co. Sligo:AL
1836
Cloonoghill
OD:AL
1836
Clún Éochuill, “lawn of the yew wood”
OD:AL
1836
Clún Éochuill
pl:AL
1836
Cloonohill
Pres. Bk 1832:AL (Sl)
1836
Cloon-o-hill
‘Prond Cloon-o-hill’
pron.:AL
1836
Cloonohill
Quere Bk 1835:AL (Sl)
1836
Ph Cloonohill
Rec. Name:AL
1836
Is an oval or nearly circular form
Situation:AL
1844
Cluain Eochaille
Hy Fiach. Leathanach: (léirscáil)
2008
Cluain Eochaille
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