civil parish townland
Cill Chomáin
genitive: Chill Chomáin
(Irish)
Kilcommon
(English)

Glossary

English church

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

54.1547, -9.77934 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1198
Cellchoman
Pont. Hib. Leathanach: I, 104
1608
Killcomayne… Gadcun
CN Leathanach: 1165/1/6
1608
water of Gaddcun als Kilcomany ... commonly called Farsadvinguenine
CN Leathanach: 1165/1/6
1611
Gaddcun otherwise Kilcomany or Killcomayne… Farsadvinguenine
CPR Leathanach: 198
1613
the entire fishing of the bay of Gadcunne otherwise Killcomaine, from the main sea to … Farsadwinguennine
CPR Leathanach: 259
1614
The pools of Lannogh and Bealagalie in the river of Gadcon otherwise Killcoman, with the soil and fishings
CPR Leathanach: 263
1617
Lanogh and Bealagaly… Gadcon otherwise Kilcoman
CPR Leathanach: 342
1685
Killteene [sic]
Hib. Del.
1723
Kilcommin, parish of
CGn. Imleabhar: 38.433.24900
1725
Kilcommon, the parish of
CGn. Imleabhar: 47.29.29400
1776
Kilcommon Parish
Mackenzie Leathanach: 42
1780
Kilcommon
CGn. Imleabhar: 336.455.225748
1792
Killcommon V[icarage]
Beaufort Map
1796
Killcomon, parish of
CGn. Imleabhar: 494.164.322501
1834
Kilcommon
TAB Leathanach: §2

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