Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Moyloughmore B. S.
Mullaghmore Inq. Temo. Jac. I
Moyloughmore Rev. B. Fitz Patrick, P.P.
Moyloughmore Rev. M. Armstrong, Rector
James Jameson, Esq., M. D. Bellew, Esq., Proprietor. This townland contains 513 acres, 356 of which are cultivated, 11 uncultivated, 138 bog, 8 wood. The lease differs some at 3 lives, some 31 years and others no lease. Is let from £1. 11s. 6d. to £4 p. acre. ¾ of the townland pays 1s. 2¼d. half yearly County Cess. Produce potatoes, corn, wheat and flax. The soil is good clay. There is a Church and Roman Catholic Chapel, there is no market. Thee is 4 fairs in the year, also 8 publick houses, 6 Smiths, 2 Nailors, 2 Carpenters, 3 Stone masons, 3 Shoe Makers and Tailors.
Situated about the town of Newtown Bellew, is bounded N. by Annaghmore West, E. by Tumree, S. by the townland of Patch, W. by Carhookeel and Moylough.