Number of records in editorial history: 4
senior member (history)
2017-02-09 10:48
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Tubbereen and Tubberay : Two wells in John Vaughan's field, Kilbane.
Coroneantagart : O'Neill's field in Upper Kilbane. This field possibly gets its name from a Mass Rock in the vicinity. (Coróinn an tSagairt)
Knockabrucka : A field of O'Neills in Upper Kilbane covered with heather and furze. Contains many fox and badger dens. (Cnoc an bhpuca)
Longanee : Three fields belonging to Carmody, J. Hayes & P. Gunning in Upper Kilbane of a sandy nature (lán gainimhe)
Paurcnalucra : Gunning's rushy field in Upper Kilbane. Wet and poor land (páirc na luacra)?
Paurcnalay : A small field near Hogan's house in Killokennedy where calves are kept (Páirc na laogh)
Bawnagayrack : Hogan's field in Killokennedy. Used for grazing sheep (bán na gcaorac)
The Greenaun : A hillock in Ballyquin at one time wooded facing southward (An Grianán)
Knockadereen : A small hill in Whelan's land in Ballyquin at one time wooded (Cnoc an Doirín)
anonymous contributor
2017-02-09 10:40
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Tubbereen and Tubberay : Two wells in John Vaughan's field, Kilbane.
Coroneantagart : O'Neill's field in Upper Kilbane. This field possibly gets its name from a Mass Rock in the vicinity. (Coróinn an tSagairt)
Knockabrucka : A field of O'Neills in Upper Kilbane covered with heather and furze. Contains many fox and badger dens. (Cnoc an bhpuca)
Longanee : Three fields belonging to Carmody, J. Hayes & P. Gunning in Upper Kilbane of a sandy nature (lán gainimhe)
Paurcnalucra : Gunning's rushy field in Upper Kilbane. Wet and poor land (páirc na luacra)?
Paurcnalay : A small field near Hogan's house in Killokennedy where calves are kept (Páirc na laogh)
Bawnagayrack : Hogan's field in Killokennedy. Used for grazing sheep (bán na gcaorac)
The Greenaun : A hillock in Ballyquin at one time wooded facing southward (An Grianán)
Knockadereen : A small hill in Whelan's land in Ballyquin at one time wooded (Cnoc an Soirín)
senior member (history)
2017-02-09 08:47
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Tubbereen and Tubberay : Two wells in John Vaughan's field, Kilbane.
Coroneartagart : O'Neill's field in Upper Kilbane. This field possibly gets its name from a Mass Rock in the vicinity. (Coróinn an tSagairt)
Knockabrucka : A field of O'Neills in Upper Kilbane covered with heather and furze. Contains many fox and badger dens. (Cnoc an bhroca)
Longanee : Three fields belonging to Carmody, J. Hayes & P. Gunning in Upper Kilbane of a sandy nature (lán gainimhe)
Paurcnalucra : Gunning's rushy field in Upper Kilbane. Wet and poor land (páirc na luacra)?
Paurcnalay : A small field near Hogan's house in Killokennedy where calves are kept (Páirc na laogh)
Bawnagayrack : Hogan's field in Killokennedy. Used for grazing sheep (bán na gcaorac)
The Greenaun : A hillock in Ballyquin at one time wooded facing southward (An Grianán)
Knockadereen : A small hill in Wheelman's land in Ballyquin at one time wooded (Cnoc an Soipín)
anonymous contributor
2017-02-09 01:06
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Tubbereen and Tubberay : Two wells in John Vaughan's field, Kilbane.
Coroneartagart : O'Neill's field in Upper Kilbane. This field possibly gets its name from a Mass Rock in the vicinity. (Coupon an i Sazaipt) ???
Knockabrucka : A field of O'Neills in Upper Kilbane covered with heather and furze. Contains many fox and badger dens. (Cuoc an Cpoca) ???
Longanee : Three fields belonging to Carmody, J. Hayes & P. Gunning in Upper Kilbane of a sandy nature (lan zainime) ???
Paurcnalucra : Gunning's rushy field in Upper Kilbane. We and poor land (pipe mcbacpa) ???
Paurcnalay : A small field near Hogan's house in Killokennedy where calves are kept (Paipe na laiz) ???
Bawnagayrack : Hogan's field in Killokennedy. Used for grazing sheep (ban na zcaoRac) ???
The Greenaun : A hillock in Ballyquin at one time wooded facing southward (An Zpianan) ???
Knockadereen : A small hill in Wheelman's land in Ballyquin at one time wooded (Cuoc an soipin) ???