Lissonuffy, Roscommon:
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Place name
 
  Aghadangan  1901  1911
  Aghamore  1901  1911
  Ashbrook or Knocknabarnaboy  1901  1911
  Bally Beg  1901  1911
  Bally More  1901  1911
  Ballyduffy  1901  1911
  Ballyhammon  1901  1911
  Ballyhubert  1901  1911
  Bellmount or Cloggernagh  1901  1911
  Bunnageddy  1901  1911
  Carroward  1901  1911
  Cloggernagh or Bellmount  1901  1911
  Cloonycarran Beg  1901  1911
  Cloonycarran More  1901  1911
  Coggalfortyacres  1901  1911
  Coggalkeenagh  1901  1911
  Coggalmore  1901  1911
  Coggalstack  1901  1911
  Coggaltonroe  1901  1911
  Corhawny  1901  1911
  Corradrehid  1901  1911
  Culleenanory  1901  1911
  Curraghduffy  1901  1911
  Curraghroe  1901  1911
  Derrycashel  1901  1911
  Derryhanee  1901  1911
  Doonahaha  1901  1911
  Drinagh  1901  1911
  Erra  1901  1911
  Granaghan (Dillon)  1901  1911
  Granaghan (Martin)  1901  1911
  Kilmacananneny  1901  1911
  Knocknabarnaboy or Ashbrook  1901  1911
  Lismeehy  1901  1911
  Lissaphobble  1901  1911
  Lissonuffy  1901  1911
  Mongagh  1901  1911
  Mountdillon  1901  1911
  Tonycurneen  1901  1911
  Tooreen  1901  1911
  Treanacreeve  1901  1911
  Trila (Dillon)  1901  1911
  Trila (Martin)  1901  1911
  Tullyvarran  1901  1911

 

Most common surnames in Lissonuffy in 1857-8

 
Surname   Households
Casey 34
Farrell 19
Kelly 16
Murray 14
Sheil 13
Murphy 12
Cox 10
Duffy 10
Egan 10
Grealy 10



 

 


Parishes adjoining Lissonuffy
(MapID = 46)

Parish
County
MapID
Bumlin Roscommon 8
Cloonfinlough Roscommon 12
Cloontuskert Roscommon 13
Kilbride Roscommon 24
Killashee Longford 14
Termonbarry Roscommon 57

A summary of research sources for Lissonuffy civil parish.

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Record Count

Description

1 Topographical Dictionary entry or entries.      What's this?
1 Graveyards and transcripts.                          What's this?
15 Census returns and substitutes                     What's this?
6 Estate records                                           What's this?
9 Book-format local histories                           What's this?
  No periodical local history references
3 Local or family history journals                       What's this?
  No directories listed
12 General Register Office records listed.            What's this?
3 Roman Catholic church records listed.            What's this?
3 Church of Ireland church records listed.            What's this?
  No Presbyterian church records listed.
  No published church records.
  


 

Positional map

Ardcarn Athleague Aughrim Ballintober Ballynakill Baslick Boyle Bumlin Cam Castlemore Clooncraff Cloonfinlough Cloonfinlough Cloontuskert Cloonygormican Creagh Creagh Creeve Creeve Drum Drum Drumatemple Dunamon Dysart Elphin Estersnow Fuerty Kilbride Kilbryan Kilcolagh Kilcolagh Kilcolman Kilcooley Kilcorkey Kilgefin Kilglass Kilkeevin Killinvoy Killukin (Boyle) Killummod Kilmacumsy Kilmeane Kilmore Kilnamanagh Kilronan Kilteevan Kiltoom Kiltrustan Kiltullagh Lissonuffy Lissonuffy Moore Ogulla Ogulla Oran Rahara Roscommon Shankill St. Johns St. Peters St. Peters Taghboy Taghmaconnell Termonbarry Tibohine Tisrara Tumna Killukin (Roscommon) Sligo Leitrim Mayo Galway Longford Westmeath Offaly

 


 

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