townland
Corrdhoire
genitive: Chorrdhoire
non-validated name
(Irish)
Corderry
(English)

Explanatory note

  • English

    noticeable, pointed (oak-)wood

Centrepoint

54.1719, -8.07801 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

ˌkorˈderɪ
x2
Áit.
ˈkɑːrˌderɪ
Áit.
ˈkɑˑrˌdɛriː
Áit.
ˈkɑːrdəriː
Áit.
Nóta
Nóta
"Cf.: DG, Lú, RC, TÁ, TE P: Killarga, b: Drumahaire "
Nóta
n/a
"Pinkman: Cor-dhoire = Round hill of the oak wood. The Annals of Connaught mention Bealach-Corr-Doire, the pass of Corderry, in Muintir Cearbhalláin. McRannall, Chief of Muintir Eolais was slain there. Muintir Cearbhalláin (or Carolan) was the name of a tribe, and a district, in the barony of Leitrim. "
Nóta
n/a
"A RECONSIDERATION OF SOME PLACE-NAMES FROM THE ANNALS OF CONNACHT Diarmuid Ó Murchadha Ainm Iml. VI 1994-5 Bealach Chorrdhoire 1524. a mBealach Corrdoire a Muintir Cerballain le clainn h. Maoíl Mhíadhaig. (‘At Corderry, pars. Inismagrath and Killarga, bar. Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim.’) The O Mulveys of Muintear Chearbhalláin shared the S. part of Muintear Eolais with Meig Raghnaill; they were not in bar. Drumahaire. B.C. may have been in tl. Corderry (Peyton), par. Kiltubbrid, bar./Co. Leitrim, where the road from Drumsna to Keshcarrigan passes between two hills. "
Nóta
1660c
Corderrybeg; Corgerrymore
BSD Leathanach: 67
1669
?Corderrybeg; Corgerrymore
ASE Leathanach: 211:06:00
1817
Corderry
Larkin
1834?
Corderry
TAB Leathanach: Innéacs, 9, 21 (60:16/8
1836
Corderry
BS:AL
1836
Corderry
Larkin (Li)
1836
Curderry
Buck, H.:AL
1836
Corderry
S&V:AL
1836
Coradoirre
Orme, M.:AL
1836
Corderry
Peace, Clerk of:AL
1836
Cor dhoire
pl:AL
1836
Cor dhoire
'round hill of the Derry, or oak-wood'
OD:AL
1836
Corderry
OD:AL

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