townland
Craig an Chnoic Thoir
genitive: Chraig an Chnoic Thoir
(Irish)
Craggaknock East
(English)

Glossary

English hill
creag, craig, creig, screig
English rock, crag

Centrepoint

52.7715, -9.44028latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1839
Craggaknock (East)
BS:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Cragnocknock
CM:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Carrigaknock
Crowe Map:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Craganock
Book (McGuan, Rev.):AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Craggaknock
Tithe Bk. (Lowney, M.):AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Cragaknock
Cen. List 1831:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Craggaknock &c
OD:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
Craig a chnuic, 'rock of the hill'
OD:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18
1839
[Craggaknock East]
"Craigknock House...also a considerable river forms the N. boundary on which is two bridges, one called Scrahane River Bridge..Names in this townland, Cragaknock House, Scrahane River Bridge, Creearahabawtha" [Desc. Rem.];
Desc. Rem.:AL Leathanach: Cl093,18

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