An Choraidh
genitive: na Coradh
(Irish)
Curry
(English)

Glossary

cora, coraidh, corann
English weir, stone-fence, ford

Hierarchy

county

barony

civil parish

Centrepoint

53.9964, -8.76431latitude, longitude
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Historical references

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1617
Carrownecorra
CPR Leathanach: 321b
1659
Corry
Cen. Leathanach: 598
1660c
carray
BSD Leathanach: 138
1665c
Corrhy
HMR Leathanach: 84
1669
Corey
ASE Leathanach: 203
1679
Correy
ASE Leathanach: 261
1819
Currey
Larkin (Sl)
1825c
Curry
TAB
1836
Curry
BS:AL
1836
Currey
CM:AL
1836
Curry
Moystyn, Revd. G.T.:AL
1836
Curry
Flyn, Revd. J:AL
1836
Curraigh, ‘moors’
OD:AL
1836
Curraigh
pl:AL
1836
Curry
BS:AL Leathanach: (Sl001,89)
1836
Currey
CM:AL
1836
The property of John Phibbs Esqr...Soil light sandy and part moory ... There is a Roman Catholick chapel here built in 1832, a corn mill ... The Owin Garv, or Coarse River, flows through this townland ... the village of Curry, the first house of which was built in 1730
Desc. Rem.:AL
1836
Curry
Flyn, Revd. J:AL
1836
Curry
Moystyn, Revd. G.T.:AL
1836
Curraigh “moors”
OD:AL
1836
Curry
OD:AL
1836
Curraigh
pl:AL
1836
Curry
Pres. Bk.:AL

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