Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Normangrove By. Surveyors Sketch Map
Normangrove Engraved County Map
Normangrove Mr. John Bell, By. Constable
Normangrove Rev. John Burke, Rector
Normangrove Rev. Michl. Fahy, P.P.
Proprietor James O’Hara, Esq., Raheen, Gort. Agent Barry O’Hara, Esq., Galway. Let to Mr. John Burke, Middleman on a lease of 999 years, who sublets it to 11 occupying tenants at will from 12 to 15s. per acre yearly rent. County Cess 2/9½ per acre. Tithe £6.5.0 per annum paid. Soil rocky, limestone and gravely. Usual crops wheat, oats, potatoes, vetches and clover. No bog. Prevailing names Quinn and Calligy. Norman Grove Cottage, the residence of Mr. Bourke, built in the year 1794, a handsome Rural Grove here, chiefly consisting of ashe trees, well sheltered to the S.W. by the Clare mountains; a good garden and small orchard with various kinds of fruit. Authority John Bourke, Esq., Norman Grove.
In the South West of the parish of Killinny, Barony of Kiltartan and County Galway, North East of a road leading to Ennis.