Place | What is it | Description |

Attimany | townland | James Daly, Esq., Proprietor. This is probably the place called Tig Na Maine in the annals of the 4 Masters at the year 573. This townland, contains 86 acres of which 17 are cultivated 69 of bog. The lease 3 lives. The whole townland is let at £10 per annum. Co. Cess 1s. 2d. half yearly per 2 acres The soil is bog. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No minerals. No antiquity. |

Ballyglass | townland | James Daly, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 1722 acres 513½ of which are cultivated, 64 uncultivated and no bog. Lease 2 lives. Is let from 26s. to 22s. per acre. Co. Cess 1s. 4½ d. half yearly p. acre. For each of 345. Tampul and Knockbwee included. The soil is light and of a limestone nature. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. There is a school held in the chapel attendance 56 of which 20 are females. All Roman Catholics. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Caltragh | townland | James Daly, Esq., of Dunsandle, Proprietor. This townland contains 140 acres which are cultivated, lease 21 years. The whole townland is let at £85 p. annum, 59 acres pay County Cess. The soil is heavy clay. Produce is pasture. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Clogh | townland | James Daly, Esq. Proprietor. This townland contains 1639 acres, 681 of which are cultivated, 121 uncultivated and 837 bog. No lease. Rent 18s. p. acre. Co. Cess 1s. 4d. p. acre half yearly. The rock is limestone. The soil light. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. |

Clonkeen | parish | This parish contains 8213 statute acres, is of an irregular form. The greatest length N.to S. is 5½ miles and breadth from E. to W. 4½ miles. This parish is very rocky level and the greatest part is flow bog in the N. of the parish. There is a small village called Gurteen, it is on the road from Loughrea to Castleblakeny. |

Cloonbornia | townland | Thomas Gerald Bateman, Esq., - Proprietor. This townland contains 315 acres 203 of which are cultivated, 59 uncultivated and 53 of bog, no lease. The whole townland is let at the yearly rent of £84. County Cess 1s. 2d. p. acre half yearly for each acre of 60. The soil is light clay. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Cloonkeenkerrill | townland | Mathew O’Reilly, Esq. There are the ruins of an old Abbey in this townland said to have been founded by St. Kerral, at which stations were formerly performed, on a small mound near the Abbey is a square stone, perforated, called an old Market Cross or Holy Stone. The townland contains 905 acres, 441 of which are cultivated, 142 of uncultivated and 322 of bog. |

Colmanstown | townland | This townland contains 1456 acres, 903 of which are cultivated, 13 of uncultivated rough pasture and 510 acres of bog. |

Crosskerrill | cross | Old stone cross. |

Crossmaloo | cross | Old stone cross. |

Fahy | townland | James Daly, Esq. Proprietor. This townland contains 208 acres 83 of which are cultivated, 25 of uncultivated pasture and 100 acres of bog. Is let to Peter Daly, Esq., on a lease of 1 life. Rent from 11s. to £1 p. acre. Co. Cess 11d. half yearly for each 24 acres. The soil is light. Produce potatoes, wheat, barley, oats and flax. No antiquity. |

Gorteen | village | A small village. |

Gortnacross | townland | Thos. G. Bateman, Esq. Proprietor. This townland contains 36½ acres, 30½ of which are cultivated and 6 of bog. No lease. The whole townland is let at the yearly rent of £12 Irish. County Cess 1s. 2d. half yearly for each acre of 10. The soil good clay. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Gortnalone | townland | Representative of Hyacinth D’Arcy, Esq. This townland contains 337 acres, 202 of which are cultivated, 20 uncultivated and 115 of bog. Lease 21 years. Rent £1 to £1. 12s. p. acre. Co. Cess 1s. 2d. half yearly for each acre of 104. The soil is good clay. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. |

Gortnaloon South | townland | Representative of H. D’Arcy, Esq. This townland contains 277 acres, 74 of which are cultivated, 73 uncultivated and 130 of bog. Kept as stock farm except a little piece that is cultivated and produces potatoes, corn and flax. Co. Cess 1s. 2d. p. acre half yearly. Good clay. No mineral. |

Gortronnagh | townland | James Daly, Esq., of Dunsandle, Proprietor. This townland contains 184½ acres, 80 of which are cultivated and 104½ of bog. Is let to Peter Daly, Esq., who gives a lease of 1 life, and at the yearly rent of £20 for the whole townland. Co. cess 1s. 2¼d. half yearly, for each of 19½ acres. The soil is light clay. The produce potatoes corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Killooaun | townland | Thos. Hodges Eyre, Esq. A Market Cross or Holy Stone in this townland. This townland contains 302 acres of which 105 are cultivated, 17 of uncultivated rough pasture and 180 of bog. |

Knockaboy | townland | J. G. Bateman, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 77 acres, of which are cultivated. No lease. Rent £1 per acre. Co. Cess 1s. 4d. p. acre half yearly. The rock is limestone. The soil light. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Laghtaloon | graveyard | A grave yard. |

Léanareagh | townland | Rev. F. E. Trench, Proprietor. This townland contains 368 acres, 121 of which are cultivated, 25 uncultivated and 214 acres of bog. No lease. Is let at the yearly rent of £1. 1s. p. acre. County Cess 1s. 2d. half yearly. The soil is light clay. Produce potatoes, corn, wheat and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Leanareagh Lough | lake | A small lough. |

Loughdoo | lake | A small lough. |

Loughnahurra | lake | A small lough. |

Shanballard | townland | James Daly, Esq., of Dunsandle, Proprietor. This townland contains 254 acres 149 of which are cultivated, 5 uncultivated and 100 acres of bog. Is let to Peter Daly, Esq, who lets it to tenants in a lease of 1 life, part of it at 20s. p. acre for each of 50. The remainder of the townland at £27. The soil is light clay. The produce potatoes, corn and flax. County Cess is from 1s. to 1s. 2¼d. p. acre for each of 54 1/3. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Shanballyeeshal | townland | James Daly, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 261 acres, 172 of which are cultivated, 57 uncultivated and 38 acres of bog. Lease 1 life. Rent 18s. p. acre. County Cess 1s. 2d. half yearly p. acre. Soil light clay. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Shanballymore | townland | Thos. G. Bateman, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 259 acres , 190 of which are cultivated, 14 uncultivated and 17 of bog. No lease. Rent is £1 p. acre. Co. Cess 1s. 4½d. per acre half yearly. The rock is limestone. The soil is light. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. |

Sheeaun | townland | Thos. G. Bateman, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 178 acres, 150 of which are cultivated, 28 uncultivated. No lease. The pasture part is let at £1. 8s. The village part is £34. County Cess 1s. 2¼d. half yearly for 2?. The soil is heavy clay. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. No antiquity. |

Temple | townland | Thos. G. Bateman, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 203½ acres, 147½ of which are cultivated, 29 uncultivated and 27 bog. No lease. Rent £1 p. acre. County Cess 1s. 3¼d. p. acre half yearly. The rock is limestone. The soil light. Produce potatoes, corn and flax. No mineral. |