I would take a look at _kiwicelts_ (http://kiwicelts.com/
) ( you know
what to put in front and back of the word. It is a website which has a lot
about New Zealand and a very nice mapping site for Irish Administrative
districts. When using it be sure to look for the 1851 records as many changes
were made in 1861. The only one I found there was Killycloghy townland in
Aghalurcher civil Parish but I am sure you can find the others there too if you
only can figure out the correct misspelling to use. I try to speak Ulster
when trying to figure these things out. It often helps me get to where I
want to go. If you need help figuring out how to use the website drop down
minus let me know and I will try to help.
In a message dated 9/28/2009 3:39:51 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time,
I wonder if there is anyone who could help with the location of the
following two townlands, as transcribed from the Registry of Deeds?
Both are/or were in Fermanagh, in 1710:
(2) KOW-KCLOGHY, als KILLYCHOGHAE, als KILLYCHLOGEEN.
Question: Could this possibly be :Knockalough, in Enniskillen
Sylvia, in Virginia
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