townland
An Cladach
genitive: an Chladaigh
(Irish)
Cleedagh
(English)

Centrepoint

52.1122, -9.49043 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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An Seabhac: An Claodach agus Claedeach “Claedach” dar liom an ceart.
Nóta
1721
Cludough
Kenmare MSS Leathanach: 161
1721c.
Cliddagh
Pierce Keating
Kenmare MSS Leathanach: 171
1752
Cludogh otherwise Cliddagh
CGn. Leathanach: 467.101778, Imleabhar: 148
1755c.
Cliddagh
in 1757 set to Owen Sullivan, P.P. of Kilcommin
Kenmare MSS Leathanach: 222
1762-63
Cliddagh
Rev. Mr. Sullivan
Kenmare MSS Leathanach: 436
1825
Clydagh
TAB
1834
Cledagh
TAB Leathanach: 2
1841
Cliddagh
BS:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
Cleedagh
BM:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
Cliddagh
Inhabs.:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
Clíodach, 'muddy'
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
Clíodach
pl:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
Cleedagh
OD:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
1841
[Cleedagh]
"There is a Danish fort in the N. end of this townland in which there is a cavern… 'Cliddagh Fort' in the boundary on the S. side."
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Ci071,8
2017
klɪˈdɑx
Áit. Uimhir : 170717, Cainteoir: 003
2017
kləˈdɑ(x)
Áit. Uimhir : 170717, Cainteoir: 004
2017
kləˈdɑx
Áit. Uimhir : 170717, Cainteoir: 005

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