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Lisnarrick, County Fermanagh

Origin

Ir. Lios na nDaróg [liss na narog] ‘fort of the (little) oaks’.

Background

(sometimes Lisnarick)

4km W of Irvinestown

par: Derryvullan bar: Lurg

The Plantation village of Lisnarrick is in the townland of DRUMSHANE where there are remains of a rath [Lisnarrogue 1659].

References

Additional Information

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Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Lisnarge1622Sur. Fer. 301
Lisnarrogue1659Census 1659 114
Lisnaricke1665HMR (Ò Gallachair 1) 213
Lisnaricke1665HMR Fer. (2) 4
Lisnaricke1665HMR Fer. (1) 5
Lisnarrick1761Reg. Free. Fer. 26
Lisnarrick1762Reg. Free. Fer. 10
Lisnarrick1765Reg. Free. Fer. 3,10
Lisnarrick1767Reg. Free. Fer. 21,27
Lisnarick1777Taylor & Skinner 253a
~Lios na n-Darog ""fort of the oak-trees"" ""Daróg si1834OSNB Inf. B53 B75
Lisnarick1835cOSM xiv 65
Lisnarrick old grave yard (prop Col Percival)1835cOSM xiv 38
Lisnarrick td sch 18261835cOSM xiv 35
Lisnarrick town1835cOSM xiv 33
~Lios na nDaróg1989GÉ 246
~Lios na nDaróg ""fort of the (little) oaks""1999Dict. Ulst. PN 97
Lios na nDaróg ""fort of the little oak trees""2002Fer. Bilingual Map PMcK
Barony
Lurg
Parish
Derryvullan
Parish in 1851
Derryvullan
Townland
Drumpen &/or Drumshane &/or Drumarky
Place name ID
7237
Place name type
M:V