THE CIVIL PARISHES OF EAST COUNTY CORK
AND THEIR TOWNLANDS
WHICH COMPRISE THE

HOMELAND
OF
THE DORGAN FAMILY

CIVIL PARISH: BALLINTEMPLE, EAST COUTY CORK
THE MAIN “DORGAN” CIVIL PARISH

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Ballintemple are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union (PLU) of Middleton. Two Parishes adjoin Ballintemple:

Two Parishes adjoin Ballintemple: Cloyne and Kilmahon.

  • Ballinvoher
  • Ballyandreen
  • Ballybraher
  • Ballycatoo
  • Ballylanders
  • Ballymacotter
  • Ballyrobin North
  • Ballyrobin South
  • Ballywilliam
  • Carrigkilter
  • Churchtown
  • Churchtown town
  • Glebe
  • Kilderrig
  • Maytown
  • Tullagh
GRIFFITHS VALUATION OF EAST CORK 1851-1853
lists the following people on the land in
CARRIGKILTER, CIVIL PARISH OF BALLINTEMPLE, EAST COUNTY CORK

  • AHERNE
  • BARRY
  • CLUE
  • COFFEY
  • COLLINS
  • CUSACK
  • DARGAN
  • DURDIN
  • FENNESSY
  • KANE
  • ANDREW
  • WILLIAM
  • WILLIAM
  • MAURICE
  • JEREMIAH
  • MAURICE
  • PATRICK
  • THOMAS G.
  • PATRICK
  • MAJ. S.
GRIFFITHS VALUATION OF EAST CORK 1851-1853
lists the following people on the land in
BALLYBRAHER, CIVIL PARISH OF BALLINTEMPLE, EAST COUNTY CORK

  • BARRY
  • COLLINS
  • DURDIN
  • HAYES
  • KEEFE
  • MURRAY
  • SMIDDY
  • WILLIAM
  • JEREMIAH
  • THOMAS G.
  • TIMOTHY
  • JOHN
  • LAURENCE
  • TIMOTHY

CIVIL PARISH: KILMAHON, EAST COUNTY CORK
THE MAIN “HARTNETT” CIVIL PARISH

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Kilmahon are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Four parishes adjoin Kilmahon: Ballintemple, Bohillane, Cloyne and Garryvoe.

  • Ardnahinch
  • Ballingarrane
  • Ballyandreen town
  • Ballybraher
  • Ballylongane
  • Ballymaloe Beg
  • Ballymaloe More
  • Ballynamona
  • Ballytrasna
  • Dooneenmacotter
  • Monagurra
  • Shanagarry North
  • Shanagarry South
  • Shanagarry town
GRIFFITHS VALUATION OF EAST CORK 1851-1853

lists the following people on the land in

BALLYBRAHER, CIVIL PARISH OF KILMAHON, EAST COUNTY CORK
  • AHEARN JOHN
  • BRIEN MICHAEL
  • COLBERT ELLEN
  • DALY MICHAEL
  • DURDIN CHARLES
  • DURDIN THOMAS G.
  • HARTNETT DENIS
  • KIEY MATTHEW
  • KINNEALY MARY
  • HKNOWLES EDMOND
  • KNOWLES WILLIAM
  • LANE MICHAEL
  • MCCARTHY DENIS
  • MURPHY MAURICE
  • MURPHY PATRICK
  • MURPHY WILLIAM
  • SHEA RICHARD
  • WALSH JAMES
  • WALSH MICHAEL
  • WALSH PATRICK
  • WHELAHAN JOHN

CIVIL PARISH: GARRYVOE, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Garryvoe are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Four parishes adjoin Garryvoe: Bohillane, Ightermurragh, Kilcredan, and Kilmahon.

  • Ballybutler
  • Ballyhimikin
  • Garryvoe Lower
  • Garryvoe Upper
  • Moanroe
  • Rathhaha

CIVIL PARISH: BOHILLANE, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Bohillane are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Five parishes adjoin Bohillane: Ballyoughtera, Cloyne, Garryvoe, Ightermurragh, and Kilmahon

  • Bohillane
  • Garrananassig
  • Loughane
  • Rooskagh
  • Shanagarry
  • Shanavagoon

CIVIL PARISH: IGHTERMURRAGH, EAST COUNTY CORK

  • Ballincourlea
  • Ballindinis
  • Ballyhonock
  • Ballyling
  • Barnfield
  • Bridgefield
  • Bridgetown
  • Carewswood
  • Carrigarostig
  • Castlemartyr town
  • Castlerichard
  • Clonmaine
  • Dower
  • Dromadda Big
  • Dromadda East
  • Garrymore
  • Gortnahomna Beg
  • Gortnahomna More
  • Ightermurragh
  • Imokishy
  • Kilbeg
  • Kilbeg
  • Kilcraheen
  • Knockglass
  • Lady’s Bridge
  • Lady’s Bridge town
  • Lisquinlan
  • Monacreagh
  • Parknahyla
  • Rathcallan
  • Schoolgardens

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Ightermurragh are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Seven parishes adjoin Ightermurragh: Ballyoughtera, Bohillane, Garryvoe, Imogeely, Kilcredan,Killeagh, and Kilmacdonogh.

CIVIL PARISH: KILCREDAN, EAST COUNTY CORK

  • Ballycrenane
  • Kilcredan

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Kilcredan are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Three parishes adjoin Kilcredan: Garryvoe, Ightermurragh and Kilmacdonogh.

CIVIL PARISH: KILMACDONOGH, EAST COUNTY CORK

The Ancestral Burial Ground of the Dorgans and Flynns

  • Aghavine
  • Ballydaniel
  • Ballyfleming
  • Ballyhonock
  • Ballykinealy
  • Ballymacoda
  • Ballymacoda town
  • Ballymakeagh
  • Ballypherode
  • Ballyskibbole
  • Capel Island
  • Curraghleagh
  • Curraheen
  • Finisk
  • Glenawilling
  • Gortavadda
  • Gortavella
  • Gortcorcoran
  • Gortnaskehy
  • Knockadoon
  • Knockadoon (Warren)
  • Monagoul
  • Mountcotton
  • Ring
  • Shanakill Youghal
  • Yellowford Youghal

Most of the Townlands/Placenames of Kilmacdonogh are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Youghal, except Knockadoon (Warren) which is located in the PLU of Middleton. Four parishes adjoin Kilmacdonogh: Clonpriest, Ightermurragh, Kilcredan and Killeagh.

CIVIL PARISH: BALLYOUGHTERA, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Ballyoughtera are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Seven parishes adjoin Ballyoughtera: Bohillane, Cloyne, Dungourney, Ightermurragh, Imogeely, Inchinabackey and Middleton.

  • Attiquin
  • Ballintotis
  • Ballybraher
  • Ballynascarty
  • Caherultan
  • Castlemartyr
  • Curragrine
  • Dromadda More
  • Dromsarane
  • Farrantrenchard
  • Glennageare East
  • Glennageare West
  • Gortstoke
  • Gurteenina
  • Kilbree
  • Killurriga
  • Kilmountain
  • Loughaderry
  • Meelshane

CIVIL PARISH: TITESKIN, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Titeskin are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Four parishes adjoin Titeskin: Aghada,Cloyne, Inch, and Rostellan.

  • Ballincurrig
  • Ballintrim
  • Ballybranagan
  • Knockboghil
  • Mawbrin
  • Rathcuppoge
  • Titeskin

CIVIL PARISH: INCH, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Inch are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Four parishes adjoin Inch: Cloyne, Corkbeg, Rostellan and Titeskin.

  • Ballyfin
  • Ballykenefick
  • Ballymacandrick
  • Ballyshane
  • Ballytibbot
  • Carrigacrump
  • Carriglusky
  • Castlemary
  • Coolbea
  • Inch
  • Lahard
  • Lissanly
  • Lugfree
  • Shanahee
  • Tullagh
  • Tullaheen Beg
  • Tullahgeen More

CIVIL PARISH: CLOYNE, EAST COUNTY CORK

All of the Townlands/Placenames of Cloyne are in the Barony of Imokilly and the Poor Law Union of Middleton. Eight parishes adjoin Cloyne: Ballintemple,
Ballyoughtera, Bohillane, Garranekinnefeake, Inch, Kilmahon, Middleton, and Titeskin.

  • Ballingarrane
  • Ballinvoher
  • Ballinwillin
  • Ballybane
  • Ballybraher
  • Ballybranagh
  • Ballycottin
  • Ballycottin Island
  • Ballycottin Island (Small)
  • Ballycottin town
  • Ballycrenane
  • Ballycroneen East
  • Ballycroneen West
  • Ballydavid
  • Ballyduff
  • Ballyfin
  • Ballygeany
  • Ballyknock
  • Ballymacandrick
  • Ballyonane
  • Ballyregan
  • Ballyroe
  • Ballyrussell
  • Barnabrow
  • Burgary
  • Carrigatogher
  • Carriglusky
  • Cloyne Town
  • Commons East
  • Commons West
  • Demesne
  • Farrannamanagh
  • Gurteenina
  • Kilballycurrane
  • Kilbarraree
  • Kilboy
  • Kilcrone
  • Kilgrellane
  • Killinagh
  • Kilmacahill
  • Kilva
  • Knockacrump
  • Knockasturkeen
  • Knockgorm
  • Knocknamadderee
  • Lickane
  • Malapardas
  • Monearaniska
  • Rathcuppoge
  • Scarriff
  • Sculleen
  • Sheanliss
  • Sleveen
  • Spital
  • Sunville
  • Tead Beg
  • Tead More
  • Townparks
  • Tullagh
GRIFFITHS VALUATION OF EAST CORK 1851-1853
lists the following people on the land in
BALLYBRAHER, CIVIL PARISH OF CLOYNE, EAST COUNTY CORK
  • BRIEN MICHAEL
    • COLLINS DANIEL
      • COLLINS JOHN
        • COLLINS MICHAEL
          • HARTY JAMES
            • KEEFE JOHN
              • LANE MICHAEL
                • MANNING PETER
                  • SMIDDY TIMOTHY

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