civil parishelectoral district
Cill na Manach
genitive: Chill na Manach
validated name
(Irish)
Kilnamanagh
(English)

Glossary

English church

Hierarchy

county

barony

Centrepoint

51.6163, -10.0727latitude, longitude
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Archival records

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Historical references

1199
Cellmana
Pont. Hib. Leathanach: 1, 108
1291
Kylman
Dinnseanchas Leathanach: 6.13
1302
Kilmana
Pap. Tax. Leathanach: 294
1432
Kylmuvana
Ann. Ross. Leathanach: 33.1
1432
Kylmeana
CPL Leathanach: viii, 424
1591
Kilmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 508
1591
Kilmenagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 508
1615
Kilmanowe
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 522
1618
Kilvane
ní tugtar leathanach
Inq.(Co)
1655
Killmanagh
DS
1659
Kilmanagh
Cen.
1660c
Killmanagh
BSD (Co) Leathanach: 112
1669
Killmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 518
1672
Kilmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 502
1693
Killmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 502
1700
Kilmannah
Dive Downes
1743
Kilmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 502
1795
Kilmanagh
Cl. Par. Rec. CCR Leathanach: ii, 507
1841
Parish of Kilnemanagh
BS:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841
Killmannagh
DS:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841z
Kilnamanagh
OD:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841y
Cill na manach, 'church of the monks'
OD:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841
Kilnemanagh
O'Sullivan, J.:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841
Kilmanagh
Smith:AL Leathanach: Co260,3
1841
Parish of Kilmanagh
TAB Leathanach: Co260,3
1974
Kilnamanagh
"The name Kilnamanagh, Cill na Manach, means 'church of the monks'. It still survives as 'Kilman', the name of a field leading to the old church and graveyard in the td. of Cloan."
Dinnseanchas Leathanach: 6.13
2001
Cill na Manach
Moladh

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