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Cloghboy, County Tyrone

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Additional Information

Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Cloaghboy1621CPR Jas I 503a
Cloughboy1621CPR Jas I 511b
Cloghbuy1655cCiv. Surv. p.397
Cloghbey1666HMR Tyr. (2) 258
Donelong & Cloughboy (ferry boats of) (Dogherty)1744Abercorn Geb. 7 $26
Cloch buidhe ""the yellow stone""1830cOgilby, A. C23
Cloch thóghbhála (Sr Jn Burgoyne)1830cLand agent (OSNB) C23
Clogh hoghbail ""the lifted stone, which placed on 1830cOgilby, A. C23
Cloughbuoy1830cOSNB: gen. sources C23
Cloughogle1830cOSNB: gen. sources C23
Cloch Bhuidhe ""yellow stone""1833cJ O'D (OSNB) C23
Cloch tógbhála ""stone of the raising, the raised s1833cJ O'D (OSNB) C23
cloch buidhe - Yellow stone1920cTNCT 64
Barony
Strabane Lower
Parish
Donaghedy
Parish in 1851
Donaghedy
Townland
None
Place name ID
872
Place name type
T