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Altaghoney, County Derry

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Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Altahoney1613Lond. Comp. Valuation 310
Allbhoney1622Phillips MSS (Maps) 162
Altoheny1659cCensus 1659 127
Altohoney1663HMR (Ò Doibhlin 2) 49
~///llt//1680cTop. Frag. 70
Altahoney1814Sampson (Munn) 116
~Allta-honach ""glen of griefs""1827OSNB Inf. 93 C16
~Alt a Chonnaidh ""glen of the firewood""1827J O'D (OSNB) 93 C16
~Altt a Cuinach ""height......""(illegible)1827OSNB Inf. 93 C16
~Alt-a-chonaidh ""the alt or cliff or glen-side of 1913Joyce iii 36
~Alt-a-chonaidh ""The height, or cliff, or side of 1925Joyce (Munn) 115,2.352 ;3.36
~Alt-a-domhnach ""The Church of the Glen""1925Munn's Notes 115
Altaghoney (Alt a'' dhomhnaigh)2000Faughan Chs 49-72
Barony
Tirkeeran
Parish
Cumber Upper
Parish in 1851
Cumber Upper
Townland
None
Place name ID
1153
Place name type
T