townland
An Cillín Thoir
genitive: an Chillín Thoir
(Irish)
Killeen East
(English)

Centrepoint

53.0999, -7.02595latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1569
Killyne
F Leathanach: 1322
1727-1838
Killeen
Longfield: Baronies (CD) 21 F. 35 Leathanach: 21F35(68)
1727-1838
Killeen
Longfield: Baronies (CD) 21 F. 35 Leathanach: 21F35(71)
1752
Killeen
Noble & Keenan Co. Map
1837
East Killeen
BS:AL Leathanach: 1,8
1837
Killeen East
Baggott, Rev. C.:AL Leathanach: 1,8
1837
Killeen East
[Former Agent]
Cassidy, H.:AL Leathanach: 1,8
1837
Killeen East
Agent (Cole):AL Leathanach: 1,8
1837
Cillín, 'a small church'
OD:AL Leathanach: 1,8
1837
East Killeen
OD:AL Leathanach: 1,8
1937/38
Killeen
'There is a place near Kildangan called Killeen which means "a little church". Killeen is also called Laynamona because it is surrounded by a bog.'
BNS Imleabhar: 780, Leathanach: 155
2009-2010
kiliːˈn iːst
Áit.

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