Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Baile 'ic Conghaile
Ballyconneely By. Surveyors Sketch Map
Ballyconneely C. C. Collector
Ballykineely Co. Map
Balyconneely Rev. Peter Fitzmorris, P.P.
Proprietor Augustus John O’Neile, Esq., Bunnowen Castle. Agent Mr. John Mullen, Ballyconnneely, Ballindoon Parish. Agent John R. Berwick, Esq., Ballinahinch or Dublin. £400 per year as bulked rent. Size of farms from 3 to 20 acres. Co. Cess 20¼d. paid half yearly for each of 46 acres. Soil very rocky in parts in other parts moory having a great extent of bog attached thereto. The bog being Slieve Bourke. Village Names:- Emlugh, Lower Ballyconneely, Upper Ballyconneely, Daleyhill, Moorlugh, Church Yard, Crumpaun and Lettershask, Lough of Lettershask in the boundary near Foorgloss townland. Lough-an-assurd touches the following townlands Bunownbeg, Emloghuran, Trusky and Manning-more and Derrygimlagh. The sea is South of townland, 2 public schools, road to Bunown Bay is also to Clifden, old road to Trusky, old road to Roundstone. Rocks- Mullaun-an-on kerra, Corrig Yunnugha, Mullaune-na-lunga, Corrig Keel, Lacka-vinnaun, Corrigskeltheghbeg, Lough-na-mrak-keegh in Doohola mere Lough Kankogue in mere of Foorgloss and Dohola, Lough-na-gloughskelthigh N. of L. Kankogue. Islands- Strawbeach Island, Corrigkark Island. Rocks- ferroon, Coherroo-na-corrag, Corriglahan, Mullaun-a-vinnaun, Corrig a loughaan, Illaun Corrig, ½ Duck Island, ½ Doon-a-waul beg, ½ Doon-a-waul more, ½ Maul-gorruvmore, ½ Malgorrruv Island.
A central townland bounded on the North by townlands Derrygimlagh and Shannanagower, West by Loughanassert townland, Bunnowenbeg South by the Atlantic Ocean, Foorgloss and Doohola: and on the East by Doohola and Boolagair. In the Barony of Ballinahinch and Co. of Galway.
Information from the Ordnance Survey Letters:
The Ordnance Survey Letters are letters between John O'Donovan and his supervisor, Thomas Larcom, regarding the work of compiling the Field Books. These letters provide further discussion on many of the places listed in the Field Books.
References to this place can be found in the following letter.