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Cavanakill, County Armagh

Origin

Ir. Cabhán na Coille ‘hill of the wood’

Background

References

Muhr, Kay – Territories, People and Place-Names in Co. Armagh (Armagh – History and Society, ed. A J Hughes & W. Nolan, 2001)

Additional Information

Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Cavannykillye1609Church Lands Arm. 87
Cavannykillye1609CPR Jas I 375a
Cavenekilly1609Esch. Co. Map 5.27
Cavannekelly1613Rent Roll Arm. (PRONI) 6
Kavanekilly1615CPR Jas I 273b
Cavanekelly1620CPR Jas I 478a
Cavannekilly1633Inq. Ult. (Armagh) $20 Car.1 col.d
Cavannekillye1633Inq. Ult. (Armagh) $20 Car.I col.d
Cavannykilly1633Inq. Ult. (Armagh) $20 Car.I col.d
Cavannekilly1657Inq. Arm. (Paterson) 225
Cavanakill1657cHib. Reg. Fewes
Cavenkill1659cCen. Fews 1659 33
Cavenkill1659cCensus 1659 33
Cavanakill1661BSD 16
Cavanmehill1664HMR Murray (1941) 164
Cavannekill1664HMR Murray (1940) 37
Cavahakill1672Hib. Del. 28
Cavankill1703Ashe's Acc. Arm.
Cavanakilly1713Rental Arm. 48
Cavanakill1830cBnd. Sur. (OSNB) Bmoyre District
Cavanakill1830cSir Walter Synnot (OSNB) Bmoyre District
Cavankill1830cEvans's Return (OSNB) Bmoyre District
Cavankill1830cArmstrong's Survey (OSNB) Bmoyre District
Cabhan na Cille ""Hill of the Church""1834cJ O'D (OSNB) B''moyre
Cavanakill ~Cabhan-na-cill ""the burying plain""1838Donaldson's Fews 98
Cavanakill ~Cabhán-na-coille ""the plain of the woo1923Murray's Fews 108
Barony
Fews Upper
Parish
Ballymyre
Parish in 1851
Ballymyre
Townland
None
Place name ID
17867
Place name type
T