Place names in the civil parish of Kilbennan

PlaceWhat is itDescription
Annagh 
BallyboytownlandThe property of John Lynch, Esqr. of Ballyboy, Co. Galway. It contains 625 acres, statute measure, including about 275 acres of bog and rough pasture and [unable to read] of water, Cloonkeely House is on this townland. There is an Ancient Fort on this townland in which there is a burial ground for children.
BallygaddytownlandThe property of Capt. Kerwin, Dublin. It contains 189 acres, statute measure, all arable land. There is an R.C. Chapel in this townland.
Ballygrow 
Brooklawn 
BunagarrauntownlandThe property of Capt. W. Crain, Ballybeg, Co. Mayo. It contains 242½ acres, statute measure, all arable land.
Caltragh FortfortA burial ground for children: it is [unable to read] called Cealltrach which is a Killeen like burial place.
CarrownacowantownlandThe property of the Revd. John O‚ÄôRourke, Moylough, Co. Galway. It contains 332½ acres, statute measure, including about 180 acres of bog.
Castlegrove EasttownlandThe property of Mr. Edward Blake, Castlegrove. It contains 244½ acres, statute measure, including about 65 acres of bog and 16 acres of planting or woody ground and ? of water. Castlegrove House is on this townland also Castlegrove Old Castle.
Castlegrove Househouse 
Castlegrove Old Castle 
Castlegrove WesttownlandThe property of Mr. Edward Blake, Castlegrove House. It contains 257 acres statute measure including about 16 acres of planting or woody ground.
Clare Riverriver 
ClaureentownlandThe property of Mr. Edward Blake, Castlegrove House. It contains 71 acres, stature measure, all arable land.
CloonascraghtownlandThe property of ?It contains 224¾ acres, statute measure, including about 76 acres of arable land, the rest bog. There is an Ancient Fort in this townland, also, a Trig. Station called Cloonascragh.
Cloonkeel 
Cloonkeely Househouse 
Cloonkeely Lough 
Doughery Loughlake 
FartagartownlandThe property of Mr. Edward Blake, Castlegrove House. It contains 194 acres, statute measure, including about 90 acres of bog.
FartamoretownlandThe property of Lord Clonbrock, Clonbrock, Co. Galway. It contains 539 acres, stature measure, including about 22 acres of bog and 12 acres of rough pasture. There is an ancient fort in this townland also a Trig. Station called Brooklawn.
Fartamore Bridgebridge 
Fartamore Castle Ruinshouse 
Fartamore Househouse 
GlebeglebeThe property of the Revd. J. Galbraith, Tuam. It contains 17a. 2r. 31p. stature measure, all arable land. There is a Grave Yard on this townland, also a round tower.
Kilbannon HolywellwellWell at which there is a station performed annually.
Kilbannon Round Tower and Old Churchchurch 
Kilbennanparish 
KilcreevantytownlandThe property of W. Blake, Esq. Kilcreevanty. It contains 1,581 acres, stature measure, including abut 160 acres of bog and 200 acres of rough pasture. There are 6 ancient forts in this townland. There are also 2 Trigl. Stations in this townland, on e in the northern part called Knockagour and the other in the Southern part called Kilcreevanty, also Church Ruins and Grave Yards.
Kilcreevanty Bridgebridge 
Knocknagorr 
Legan 
LehidtownlandThe property of W. Burke, Esqr. Kilcreevanty, Co. Galway. It contains 350 acres, statute measure, all arable land.
Lismiggeen 
Lismore Fortfort 
Lisnasnoud Fortfort 
LissaleentownlandThe property of Mr. James Blake of Bonnygarrow, Co. Galway. It contains 227 acres, statute measure, all arable land. Three roads meet in the central part of this townland at which point there is an ancient fort.
LissanannytownlandThe property of Mr. James Blake of Bonnygarran, Co. Galway. It contains 598 acres, statute measure, all arable land. There are 3 ancient forts in,this townland. There are 2 Trig. Stations in this townland, one called Ballyrou and the other called Legan.
Lissnacreeva 
Loughaclaureen 
MullaghtownlandThe property of M. Brown, Esqr., of Moyne, Co. of Galway. It contains 536¾ acres, statute measure, including about 250 acres of bog and 10 acres of wood or planting. There is a Trig. Station in this townland called Cloonkeel and also a cave.
Newboro Househouse 
ParktownlandThe property of Mr. James Blake of Bonnygarraun, Co. Galway. It contains 40¾ acres, stature measure, all arable land.
PollacorragunetownlandThe property of Capt. Kerwin, Dublin. It contains 972¾ acres, statute measure, including about 160 acres of bog and rough pasture. There are 4 Ancient Forts in this townland also 2 Trig. Stations, one called Annagh in the western part, and the other called Poulahurradhaun in the Eastern part of this townland, also Kilbannon Holywell.
Pullacorragan Househouse 
Ruins of Cill Croebhnata Nunneryconvent 
St. Patrick's Monument monument 
Sylaun townlandThe property of Mr. Edward Blake, Castlegrove House, Co. Galway. It contains 50? acres, statute measure, including about 20 acres of bog and 2 acres of wood or planting and 17 acres of water.
Tobernalour 
TonlegeetownlandThe property of M. Browne, Esq., Moyne, Co. Galway. It contains 117¼ acres, statute measure, including about 12 acres of rough pasture. There are two ancient forts on this townland, also a Trig. Station called Windfield.
Weir Bridgebridge 
Windfield