Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Emlaghmore By. Surveyors Sketch Map
Eloghmore C. C. Collector
Emloghmore Rev. Peter Fitzmorris, P.P.
Proprietor Augustus John O’Neil, Esq, late Lieut 13 Light Dragoons, Bunown Castle. Agent John R. Berwick, Esq., Ballinahinch or Dublin. Rent £62 per year. Soil part very rocky and some arable with a tract of boggy pasture. Co. Cess 20¼d. paid half yearly fo reach of 20 acres. Crops of oats and potatoes middling. Road. Ocean S. of townland. Doholo Bridge and River. Emlagh Village. Corrig-wore, Lough Emlugh, Emlagh hill, Lake, Emlagh Village, Corrig-wee, Lough-Maumeen, Lough Emlagh-Keera. Lough-iska E. of L. Emlakeea in mere of Calla, Lough Thur-shawn- E. of Loughiska pole, mere of Calla, Lough Caur-cosdhilla, mere of Calla, E. of latter poles? Lough Lackagh N. E. of latter 3 poles, 2 Loughs called Skalpnaigan E. of latter, the most southern of the 2 last is in mere of Calla.
In the South side of the parish. Bounded on the North by the townlands of Slieve-Bourke, Boolagair and Doohola, West by Doohola and the Atlantic Ocean, South by Calla and on the East by Calla and the parish of Moyrus. In the Barony of Ballinahinch and County of Galway.