townland
Coill na Cilleadh
genitive: Choill na Cilleadh
(Irish)
Cuilkillew
(English)

Glossary

coill, coillidh, coillte, coille
English wood

Centrepoint

54.0158, -9.27685latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1657c
Coylenekilltory, Dromdowlagh, Dromnveagh and Shruhanafin
DS Leathanach: 217
1657c
Coylenekiltory
DS (Terr.) Leathanach: 208
1710c
Coylenekill
CRL Leathanach: 2A.3.16, 19b
1815
Kilnakillew
TAB Leathanach: 16
1830c
Culnakillu
TAB Leathanach: 16
1838
Kielnakillue
Bald Bar. Map:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Culnakillue
St George, Rev. R.:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Culnakillu
Cawly, Rev. W.:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Culnakillu
BS:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Kilkillew
OD:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Culkillew
OD (corr.):AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Killkillew
OC:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Cul na cilleadh?
Glanta:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Coill Cilleadh, 'wood of the church'
"wood" [dúch]; ["oo" in aice le "-eadh" i "Cilleadh"];
OD:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
Coíll Cilleadh
"Cúl na" [pl glanta];
pl:AL Leathanach: ME007,49
1838
[Cuilkillew]
"a large hazel wood, and 2 forts in this townland" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: ME007,49

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