townland
Corr Mhic Fhlannchaidh
genitive: Chorr Mhic Fhlannchaidh
non-validated name
(Irish)
Corglancey
(English)

Glossary

English round hill, pointed hill, hollow; pointed, conspicuous, odd

Explanatory note

  • Gaeilge

    the round hill of Mac Fhlannchaidh
    Mac Fhlannchaidh — sloinne

  • English

    the round hill of Mac Fhlannchaidh
    Mac Fhlannchaidh — surname

Centrepoint

54.1908, -8.28086 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

ˌkorˈglansiː
Áit.
Nóta
Nóta
"Féach Hogan’s Description of Ireland in Anno 1598: “Dartry, or Maglancy’s country” lch 149 "
Nóta
"Pinkman Cor-mhic-Fhlannchadha = Mac Glancy’s round hill. This townland is in the parish of Killinummery. It is so named, very likely, from the McGlancy sept or tribe, that ruled Dartree – McGlancy’s Dartree*. The townland was sometimes called Corglass. *Cathal Mac Glancy, Chieftain of Dartree died (Annals of Connaught, 1274). Dartree now the barony of Rosclogher. "
Nóta
"Arch. Inventory: Rath. On top of a drumlin (73). Rath. On a knoll in a small basin (73). Enclosure. On the NW-facing slope of a drumlin in a coniferous forest (142). "
Nóta
1660c
?Corrymalanegan
BSD Leathanach: 73
1817
?Curglass
Larkin
1835
Curglancy
TAB Leathanach: Innéacs, 15 (60:16/6)
1835
Curmaglonahy
Léarscáil: Fox
TAB Leathanach: (60:16/6)
1836
Curglancy
BS:AL
1836
Curglass
Larkin (Li)
1836
Corglas
Orme, M.:AL
1836
Corglass
S&V:AL
1836
Cor glan:asaigh
pl:AL
1836
Cor mic Fhlannchadha
'Mac Clandy's pit, or round hill'
OD:AL
1836
Corglancey
OD:AL
1836
[Corglancey]
Desc. Rem.:AL

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