townland
An tEanach
genitive: an Eanaigh
(Irish)
Annagh
(English)

Glossary

English marsh

Centrepoint

54.2914, -7.97002latitude, longitude
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Historical references

Nóta
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"Cf. Ca, Cl, DG, Ga, Ci, Lm, Lo, Lú, ME, Mí, Mu, La, RC, Sl, TÁ, TE, IM, LG P: Carrigallen, b: Carrigallen P: Killarga b: Drumahaire P: Kiltubbrid b: Leitrim "
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n/a
"Pinkman: Eanach = a fen, a marsh or a swamp In some places the term is applied to bog that has been cut out. Very often, too, these marshes have been drained and reclaimed. "
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"Arch. Inventory: Cashel. On top of a hill (57). Rath. On a natural rise in a low-lying position (57). Sweathouse. Adjacent to a stone enclosure but with no houses in the vicinity (217). "
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1660c
2 Annaghes
BSD Leathanach: 70
1661
?Anaghmore als Aghmore
Inq. Leathanach: 185
1668
2xAnnagh
ASE Leathanach: 177:01:00
1835
Annagh
TAB Leathanach: innéacs, 2 (60:16/5)
1836
Annagh
Rec. Name:AL
1836
Annagh
BS:AL
1836
Annagh
S&V:AL
1836
Eanach
pl:AL
1836
Eanach
‘a marsh, or cut out bog'
OD:AL
1836
Annagh
OD:AL
1836
[Annagh]
"It has one fort near it's centre."
Desc. Rem.:AL

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