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Clonmore, County Armagh

Origin

Ir. Cluain Mhór ‘great meadow’

Background

Clonmore derives from the Irish form Cluain Mór ‘great meadow’ and is a common Irish place-name. In all there are twenty townlands so-named  across Ireland (logainm.ie).

References

Additional Information

Historical name form

Old FormRef. DateReference
Clonmore1609Esch. Co. Map 5.28
Cloynemore1609Church Lands Arm. 89
Clonmore1615CPR Jas I 273b
Cloynemore1619CPR Jas I 375a
Cloun=more1657Hib. Reg.
Glynmore1657Church Lands Arm. 223
Clanmore1659Census 1659 39
Clonmore1661BSD 41
Clonmore1664HMR Murray (1941) 194
Clonmore1672Hib. Del.
Clanmore1834OSNB: gen. sources D.31
Clonmore1834OSNB: gen. sources D.31
Clanmore (Arm)1834?OSNB: gen. sources 19/D31 (Tyr)
Clonmore (Arm)1834?OSNB: gen. sources 19/D31 (Tyr)
Clanmore (Arm)1834cOSNB: gen. sources 19/D31 (Tyr)
Clonmore (Arm)1834cOSNB: gen. sources 19/D31 (Tyr)
Cluain Mor1835J O'D (OSNB) D.31
~Cluain Mor ""Great lawn/meadow"" (Arm)1835cJ O'D (OSNB) 19/D31 (Tyr)
~Cluain Mor ""Great lawn/meadow"" (Arm)1835cJ O'D (OSNB) 19/D31 (Tyr)
Barony
Oneilland West
Parish
Killyman
Parish in 1851
Killyman
Townland
None
Place name ID
9848
Place name type
T