I checked the Index of People and Places for the Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland and
there is NOTHING that comes close. Sorry.
Marge in Southern California
Golden, Sullivan, Kelly, Shea, O'Connor in Kerry and Connecticut
Fee, Cassidy, Gilbride in Fermanagh, Cavan and Connecticut
Lynch in Kildare, Limerick and Connecticut
Walsh, Stackpole, Garry, Donovan, Doyle, Clowney/Clooney, King in Kildare
----- On Apr 28, 2019, at 8:09 AM, gold gold(a)fermanaghroots.com wrote:
Hi Fermanagh Gold Listers,
I am looking for a placename which would be located somewhere near the modern
townland of Ballagh.
From what I can gather is was part of the old Ulster Way, and was a pathway
that run up the side of the old School House and up to the Ballagh Road coming
out opposite the old Ballagh courthouse/church. I've heard a couple of
different versions of it from Clabbymore to Clobermore, but I am very curious
as to the meaning and location of this lost placename.
Does anyone have any knowledge on this, or maybe an old map detailing the
historic Ulster Way route?
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