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Old FormRef. DateReference
Aghneilogh1609Esch. Co. Map 11 Dunganon pt
Aghneclogh1611CPR Jas I 183b
Aghenecloy1655cCiv. Surv. pp.276,277
Aghenecloy-half1655cCiv. Surv. iii 276
Aghne Cloy1655cCiv. Surv. p.248
Aghnecloy1655cCiv. Surv. pp.248,277
Aghnecloy or Mullinahorne1655cCiv. Surv. iii 277
Stone House of Aghenecloy1655cCiv. Surv. iii 277
Anacle House1657CHib. Reg. Dungannon Lr,
AghnefrCoy1664HMR Tyr. (1) 11
Aghnacloy1666HMR Tyr. (2) 245
Aughnacloy1709Vestry Bk Aghalow I 12
Aghnacloy1710Vestry Bk Aghalow I 13
Mr. Moore of Aughnacloy1770Abercorn Geb. 92
Aughnacloy1777Taylor & Skinner 276
Aghnecloy1792Beaufort's Mem. Map 27 [Main Text]
Aughnacloy1802Stat. Sur. Tyr. (McEvoy) 12
Aughnacloy, town, barony of Dungannon1802Stat. Sur. Tyr. (McEvoy) 158
J. Moore Esq. of Aughnacloy (tenant ch land EK)1834cOSNB: gen. sources 129:No.25 EK
This td (Derrycush) contains town of Aghnacloy.1834cOSNB: gen. sources NB 128;D52
~Achadh na Cloiche1905Post-Sheanchas
~achadh na cloiche ''Field of the stone or stony fi1920cTNCT 44
~Achadh na Cloiche ""field ofthe stone/stony field""1936TNCT 44
~Achadh na Cloiche1969AGBP 134
~Achadh na Cloiche1988Éire Thuaidh
~Achadh na Cloiche [ ]1989GÉ 4
~Achadh na Cloiche ""field of the stone""1999Dict. Ulst. PN 8