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Muff (or Eglinton), County Derry

Origin

Background

References

Additional Information

T., 1851 Census

Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
~(?)oc Tracht Mugha0941AFM ii 648
Balle ne Moy1613Lond. Comp. Valuation 302
Moyegh1613Charter of Londonderry 390
Moyes1613Lond. Comp. Valuation 302
Grocers-Hall1618cPynnar's Sur. Ulster 226$186
Muffe1618cPynnar's Sur. Ulster 226$186
Muf1622Phillips MSS (Maps) 151
Moigh1654Civ. Surv. iii 229
Two Moighs1654Civ. Surv. iii 228
Moegh1657Bishop. Der. i 262
Moyegh1657Bishop. Der. i 261
Moigh1659cCensus 1659 126
Muffe1663HMR (Ò Doibhlin 2) 49.50
the Muffe1663Bishop. Der. o 362
Moigh1664Bishop. Der. i 374
The Muffe1664Bishop. Der. i 371
the Moigh1665Bishop. Der. i 398
the Moigh1665Bishop. Der. i 392
the Mough1671Bishop. Der. ii 5 $211
Meogh, church1672Bishop. Der. ii 8 $214
Meogh, p. of Faughenvale1677Bishop. Der. ii 35 $239
the Meogh, p. of Faghenvale1680Bishop. Der. ii 40 $245
~Magh ""a plain""1834OSL (Derry) 112
~magh ""a plain""1869Joyce i 54
~Magh ""The plain""1925Munn's Notes 177
Barony
Tirkeeran
Parish
Faughanvale
Parish in 1851
Faughanvale
Townland
Muff
Place name ID
525
Place name type
M:V