Clonca, Donegal:
Townlands or streets.

New!: Click here to see the Ordnance Survey map covering Clonca published in 1834-6 .

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
 
  Ardmalin  1901  1911
  Ballagh  1901  1911
  Balleeghan Lower  1901  1911
  Balleeghan Upper  1901  1911
  Balleelaghan  1901  1911
  Ballycramsy  1901  1911
  Ballygorman  1901  1911
  Ballykenny  1901  1911
  Bree  1901  1911
  Carrowmore  1901  1911
  Clonca  1901  1911
  Culoort  1901  1911
  Drumaville  1901  1911
  Drumavohy  1901  1911
  Drumballycaslan  1901  1911
  Drumcarbit  1901  1911
  Drumnaskea  1901  1911
  Drung  1901  1911
  Dunagard  1901  1911
  Dunross  1901  1911
  Glackadrumman  1901  1911
  Goorey  1901  1911
  Gort  1901  1911
  Gort  1901  1911
  Inishtrahull  1901  1911
  Keenagh  1901  1911
  Killin  1901  1911
  Knockamany  1901  1911
  Knockergrana  1901  1911
  Knockglass  1901  1911
  Lag  1901  1911
  Lagacurry  1901  1911
  Laraghirril  1901  1911
  Lougherbraghy  1901  1911
  Magheryard  1901  1911
  Malin town  1901  1911
  Meedanmore  1901  1911
  Norrira  1901  1911
  Redford Glebe  1901  1911
  Templemoyle  1901  1911
  Tully Beg  1901  1911
  Tully More  1901  1911
  Umgall  1901  1911
  Urbalreagh  1901  1911

 

Most common surnames in Clonca in 1857

 
Surname   Households
Doherty 157
McLoughlin 117
Farren 26
Kelly 22
Boggs 19
Gallagher 19
Molloy 17
Cramshy 16
Howton 16
McGranahan 16



 

 


Parishes adjoining Clonca
(MapID = 5)

Parish
County
MapID
Culdaff Donegal 12
Donagh Donegal 14

A summary of research sources for Clonca civil parish.

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Record Count

Description

4 Topographical Dictionary entry or entries.      What's this?
4 Graveyards and transcripts.                          What's this?
17 Census returns and substitutes                     What's this?
1 Estate records                                           What's this?
25 Book-format local histories                           What's this?
  No periodical local history references
5 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?
2 Presbyterian church records listed.            What's this?
  No published church records.
  


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Positional map

Killymard Killymard Aghanunshin Allsaints Aughnish Aughnish Burt Clonca Clondahorky Clondavaddog Clonleigh Clonmany Convoy Conwal Culdaff Culdaff Desertegny Donagh Donaghmore Donegal Drumhome Fahan Lower Fahan Upper Gartan Glencolumbkille Inch Inishkeel Inishkeel Inishmacsaint Inver Kilbarron Kilcar Killaghtee Killea Killybegs Lower Killybegs Upper Killygarvan Kilmacrenan Kilmacrenan Kilmacrenan Kilteevoge Leck Lettermacward Mevagh Mintiaghs or Barr of Inch Moville Lower Moville Lower Moville Upper Muff Raphoe Raymoghy Raymunterdoney Stranorlar Taughboyne Templecarn Templecrone Tullaghobegly Tullaghobegly Tullyfern Urney Derry Tyrone Fermanagh Leitrim

 


 

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