Drumraney, Westmeath:
Townlands or streets.


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Place name
 
  Ardborra  1901  1911
  Ardbuckan  1901  1911
  Ardnagragh  1901  1911
  Ardnagragh Digby  1901  1911
  Ardnagragh Gray  1901  1911
  Ballycloghduff  1901  1911
  Ballycloghduff (Molston)  1901  1911
  Ballynalone  1901  1911
  Ballysallagh  1901  1911
  Baskin High  1901  1911
  Baskin Low  1901  1911
  Bleachlawn  1901  1911
  Bryanbeg Lower  1901  1911
  Bryanbeg Upper  1901  1911
  Bryanmore Lower  1901  1911
  Bryanmore Upper  1901  1911
  Carrickaneha  1901  1911
  Cartroncoragh  1901  1911
  Cauran  1901  1911
  Cloghbreen  1901  1911
  Cormaclew  1901  1911
  Corr  1901  1911
  Curraghbane  1901  1911
  Curraghroodle  1901  1911
  Drumraney  1901  1911
  Dunnamona  1901  1911
  Fairfield  1901  1911
  Fearmore  1901  1911
  Kilcornan  1901  1911
  Killeennanam  1901  1911
  Killininneen  1901  1911
  Kiltober  1901  1911
  Lissanode  1901  1911
  Newgrove  1901  1911
  Oldtown or Puddingstreet  1901  1911
  Pishanagh  1901  1911
  Puddingstreet or Oldtown  1901  1911
  Streamstown  1901  1911
  Toorbeg  1901  1911
  Walderstown  1901  1911

 

Most common surnames in Drumraney in 1854

 
Surname   Households
Moran 28
Cunningham 14
Carty 10
Farrell 10
Feeney 10
Cormick 8
Shanley 8
Keegan 7
Lennon 7
Seery 7



 

 


Parishes adjoining Drumraney
(MapID = 14)

Parish
County
MapID
Ballyloughloe Westmeath 2
Ballymore Westmeath 3
Kilkenny West Westmeath 26
Noughaval Westmeath 44

A summary of research sources for Drumraney 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?
11 Census returns and substitutes                     What's this?
5 Estate records                                           What's this?
16 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?
4 Church of Ireland church records listed.            What's this?
  No Presbyterian church records listed.
  No published church records.
  


 

Positional map

Ardnurcher or Horseleap Ballyloughloe Ballymore Ballymorin Bunown Bunown Carrick Castlelost Castletownkindalen Churchtown Clonarney Durrow Clonfad Conry Castletowndelvin Castletowndelvin Drumraney Durrow Dysart Dysart Dysart Enniscoffey Faughalstown Foyran Kilbeggan Kilbixy Kilbride Kilcleagh Kilcumny Kilcumreragh Kilkenny West Killagh Killare Killua Killucan Killulagh Kilmacnevan Kilmanaghan Kilpatrick Lackan Leny Lickbla Lynn Mayne Moylisker Mullingar Multyfarnham Newtown Noughaval Noughaval Pass of Kilbride Piercetown Portloman Portnashangan Rahugh Rathaspick Rathconnell Rathconrath Rathgarve Russagh St. Feighins St. Marys St. Marys, Athlone Stonehall Street Taghmon Templeoran Templepatrick Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Meath Offaly Longford Cavan

 


 

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