townland
An Airm
genitive: na hAirme
non-validated name
(Irish)
Arm
(English)

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53.7663, -8.50794latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1837
Arm
Letter Info:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arm Castle
S&V:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arm
BS:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arm Castle
Alph. Names:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arm
HCER 1826:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Aryme
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arme
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Armebeg
Inq. J I:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Aiream
"caiseal" [pl];
dúch:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Caisiol Airem, 'Airem's stone fort'
OD:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arym
Inq. C II:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arme Cashell
Inq. C II:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
Arm
"See Irish Arum" [OD Nóta];
OD:AL Leathanach: RC042,8
1837
[Arm]
"There is an ancient fort in the N. side of townland, a Roman Catholic chapel. Also a well called Annavean Well...Ruin of an old church called Kilkeeban & burying ground attached. Dalefield stands in the N.E. side of townland als. Arm Lodge. Armhill station stands in the S. side of townland." [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: RC042,8

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