Clonmeen, Cork:
Townlands or streets.

New!: Click here to see the Ordnance Survey map covering Clonmeen published in 1841-2 .

Click on a place-name below for records from Griffith's on Askaboutireland.

Click on '1901' or '1911' to see census records for the corresponding place-name.

Place name
 
  Banteer  1901  1911
  Banteer town  1901  1911
  Charlesfield  1901  1911
  Clonmeen North  1901  1911
  Clonmeen South  1901  1911
  Coolacheesker  1901  1911
  Coolroe Beg  1901  1911
  Coolroe More  1901  1911
  Curraghrour East  1901  1911
  Curraghrour West  1901  1911
  Derry  1901  1911
  Dromcummer Beg  1901  1911
  Dromcummer More  1901  1911
  Duinch  1901  1911
  Fermoyle  1901  1911
  Garrane  1901  1911
  Glen North  1901  1911
  Glen South  1901  1911
  Glentaneatnagh North  1901  1911
  Glentaneatnagh South  1901  1911
  Gortmore  1901  1911
  Gougane  1901  1911
  Gurteenard  1901  1911
  Inchamay North  1901  1911
  Inchamay South  1901  1911
  Inchidaly  1901  1911
  Kilcaskan North  1901  1911
  Kilcaskan South  1901  1911
  Killarush  1901  1911
  Killavoy  1901  1911
  Kilmacurrane  1901  1911
  Knock  1901  1911
  Knockeenatuder  1901  1911
  Lyre  1901  1911
  Muingyroogeen  1901  1911
  Nadanuller Beg  1901  1911
  Nadanuller More  1901  1911
  Shronebeha  1901  1911
  Tooreen  1901  1911

 

Most common surnames in Clonmeen in 1851-3

 
Surname   Households
Callaghan 47
Murphy 29
Sullivan 27
Buckley 20
Sheehan 20
McCarthy 18
Barry 15
Connell 15
Lehane 14
Connor 12



 

 


Parishes adjoining Clonmeen
(MapID = 20)

Parish
County
MapID
Aghabulloge Cork 1
Castlemagner Cork 16
Donaghmore (Muskerry) Cork 72
Dromtarriff Cork 28
Kilcorney Cork 43
Kilmeen (Duhallow) Cork 46
Kilshannig Cork 53
Roskeen Cork 66

A summary of research sources for Clonmeen civil parish.

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Record Count

Description

1 Topographical Dictionary entry or entries.      What's this?
2 Graveyards and transcripts.                          What's this?
14 Census returns and substitutes                     What's this?
  No estate records listed.
26 Book-format local histories                           What's this?
1 Periodical local history reference(s)                What's this?
14 Local or family history journals                       What's this?
  No directories listed
12 General Register Office records listed.            What's this?
4 Roman Catholic church records listed.            What's this?
4 Church of Ireland church records listed.            What's this?
  No Presbyterian church records listed.
  No published church records.
  


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Positional map

St. Nicholas St. Finbars Aglishdrinagh Aglishdrinagh Ballyclogh Buttevant Caherduggan Churchtown Churchtown Churchtown Inishcarra Kilbrin Kilnaglory Kilshannig Cullen (Duhallow) Aghabulloge Aghinagh Aglish Ardskeagh Athnowen Ballyhay Ballyhay Bregoge Cannaway Carrigrohane Carrigrohanebeg Castlemagner Clondrohid Clonfert Clonmeen Cooliney Corbally Corcomhide Currykippane Desertmore Donaghmore (Muskerry) Drishane Drumdowney Dromtarriff Duniskey Garrycloyne Grenagh Imphrick Inishkenny Kilbolane Kilbonane Kilbroney Kilcorcoran Kilcorney Kilgrogan Kilmaclenine Kilmeen (Duhallow) KIlmurry Kilroe Knocktemple Lackeen Liscarroll Macloneigh Macroom Macroom Macroom Macroom Magourney Mallow Matehy Mourneabbey Moviddy Nohavaldaly Rathgoggan Roskeen Shandrum Subulter Tullylease Whitechurch Kilquane (Fermoy) Ballyvourney Inchigeelagh Kilmichael Kilnamartry Limerick East Cork Kerry South-West Cork

 


 

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