Only a suggestion, but at first glance "Kimlellew" struck me as possibly being
a mis-transcription or mis-interupation of Lisbellaw
in the Parish of Cleenish
Emigrants were required to give the name of the nearest "post town" which in
this case would probably be Lisbellaw
There were 9 Monaghan families recorded in Cleenish Parish in 1858-1864 as follows:
All are close to Lisbellaw.
Monaghan Alexander Tonyloman Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan Bernard Tonyloman Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan Edward Drumane Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan James Gardrum Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan James Samsonagh Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan Mary Derreens East Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan Mary Drumane Cleenish Fermanagh
Monaghan Robert Tonlisderritt Cleenish Fermanagh
Monahan Eliza Farnamullan Cleenish Fermanagh
On 13/11/2016 04:41, fermanagh-gold-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
FERMANAGH-GOLD Irish Placename
I have a United States Naturalization record for a John Monaghan living in
Massachusetts in 1894. He lists that he was born on 17th September in
1842. It states that he was born at KIMKELLEW in the county of FURMAUH in
I'm assuming Kimkellew is a townland. Could anyone offer me suggestions
for what townland -Kimkellew might actually be? My hope is that it is around
the Pettigo area near the border with Co. Donegal.
Thank you so much,
Cheryl Shannon Markiewicz
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