School: Carnadough (B.), Newtowncashel

Cornadowagh, Co. Longford
P. Eustace
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0753, Page 383

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  1. The name of my townland is Clonmee. It is called after a man named Mee. This man lived in the middle of the townland. He had cars from carrying people from place to place. He lived about a hundred years ago. In my townland there are thirteen families living These are the families and the population of each. Michael Farrell (number in family 6) Pat Thompson (number in family 3) John Shea (number in family 6) Thomas Heavy (number in family 6) Dan Farrell ( Number in family 7) Thomas J Heavy (Number in family 5) Michael Kelly (4) Number in family 4) Pat Curran Number in family 4) Brian Farrell number in family 4) Pat Tiernan (Number in family 1) Michael Ward number in family 6) Thomas Farrells (Number in family 3) Joseph Heavey )Number in family 9:?
    The total population is 64. The family name most common in my townland is Farrells. There are ten thatched houses, two slated and an Iron house. There are five people over seventy:- Catherine Farrell, Michael Ward, Michael Kelly
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    1. place-space-environment
      1. local lore, place-lore (~10,595)
    Cloonmee, Co. Longford
    Séamus Ó Loingsigh
    Cashel, Co. Longford