townland
Cluanach Ard
genitive: Cluanach Ard
non-validated name
(Irish)
Cloonahard
(English)

Glossary

ard
English height; high

Centrepoint

53.7051, -7.71142 latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1612
Clonearde
Inq. Lag. Leathanach: 3 Jac.1
1620
Upper Clonard
CPR Leathanach: 466b
1629
Lower Clonard
Cotton Map
1629
Upper Clonard
Cotton Map
1655
Clooneard
DS
1655
Clonard
DS
1659
Clonaghard
Cen. Leathanach: 455
c.1660
Clonard
BSD Leathanach: 146
c.1660
Clooneard
BSD Leathanach: 146
1668
Cloneard
ASE Leathanach: 179
1685
Clonard
Hib. Del.
1685
Clooneard
Hib. Del.
1685
Cloneard and Lissedevine (Sir Thomas Newcomen)
CG Leathanach: 33a
1813
Clonaghard
Edgeworth
1835
Cloonahard
BS:AL
1835
Cluain a Ard, “The deceiving height”
Quinn, E.:AL
1835
Clonarde?
DS:AL
1835
Clooneard?
DS:AL
1835
Cluana Ard, “high lawns or meadows”
OD:AL
1835
...two portions of bog in this tl...it has five danish forts..
Desc. Rem.:AL
2007
klɑnəˈhard
Áit.

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