Belturbet Town

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NameBelturbet
Irish NameBéal Tairbirt
Logainm ID4494
CountyCavan
BaronyLoughtee Lower
ParishDrumlane
Typetown

Belturbet Town map
Belturbet Town 1909

CensusPopulationHouses
18212010347
18312026350
18412070359
18512054364
18611789353
18711594271
18811636364
18911675405
19011587382
19111371396

Lewis 1837

Belturbet Town
The Diamond Belturbet Town c.1900

BELTURBET, an incorporated market and post-town, partly in the parish of DRUMLANE, but chiefly in that of ANNAGH, barony of LOWER LOUGHTEE, county of CAVAN, and province of ULSTER, 12 miles (N. N. W.) from Cavan, and 67 (N. W.) from Dublin; containing 2026 inhabitants. It is pleasantly situated on the river Erne, on the road from Cavan to Ballyconnell, and owes its origin to the Lanesborough family, whose patronage has also contributed materially to its prosperity. In 1610, certain conditions were proposed by the lords of the council in England to Sir Stephen Butler, of Bealetirbirt, Knt., for establishing a market here and erecting a corporation; and in 1613 it received its first charter, whereby the king, on petition of the inhabitants, and for the purpose of furthering the plantation of Ulster, incorporated the village and its precincts into a borough. By an indenture in 1618 Sir Stephen Butler, in fulfilment of the conditions of the lords of the council, granted and confirmed to the corporation certain parcels of land amounting altogether to 284 acres, also a weekly market and two annual fairs, and a weekly court of record, the whole to be held of him or his successors in the fee, in fee-farm for ever, at the rent of 30s. yearly. This indenture contains a covenant on the part of the corporation that all the inhabitants should be ready at all times to be mustered and trained to arms whenever required by Sir Stephen, or his heirs or assigns, or by the Muster-master General of Ulster, or any of the king’s officers duly authorised; and that they should grind their corn at Sir Stephen’s mill. By Pynnar’s survey, made in 1619, it appears that the newly erected houses were built of cage work, and all inhabited by English tradesmen, who had each a garden, four acres of land, and commonage for a certain number of cows and horses. In 1690, the town, being garrisoned by a body of the forces of Jas. II., was taken by surprise by the Enniskilleners, who fortified it for their own party. It contains several neat houses, but the greater number are indifferently built and thatched. The wide expanse of Lough Erne to the north, and the varied character of the surrounding scenery, impart to the environs an interesting and highly picturesque appearance. A handsome bridge of three arches is in course of erection over the Erne, for which the Board of Works has consented to grant a loan of £1700, and has already advanced £500on account. There is a cavalry barrack for 7 officers,156 non-commissioned officers and men, and 101 horses. A very extensive distillery belonging to Messrs. Dickson, Dunlop, and Co., was erected in 1825 at an expense of £21,000, and enlarged and improved in 1830, at an additional cost of £6000: it is wrought by never-failing water power, and the quantity of whiskey made annually is from 90,000 to 100,000 gallons; about 100 persons are usually employed. There are also some malting establishments. The river Erne opens a communication through Lough Erne to within three miles of Ballyshannon; but in dry weather the navigation is interrupted by shoals, which might be removed, to the great improvement of the trade of the town. The market is on Thursday, and is principally for butter, oatmeal, potatoes, and yarn, of which last there is a good supply- Fairs are held on Ash-Wednesday, Sept. 4th, and the first Thursday in every other month. Here is a station of the constabulary police.

The charter of Jas. I., granted in 1613, after incorporating the inhabitants, empowered them to return two representatives to the Irish parliament, and to hold a court of record every Tuesday, before the provost, with jurisdiction to the extent of five marks, besides conferring other privileges, which were confirmed by the indenture made between Sir Stephen Butler and the corporation, by which the jurisdiction of the court of record in all actions, personal or mixed, was extended to £6. 13. 4., and it was ordered to be held before the bailiff and stewards of the corporation every Saturday. The corporation is styled ‘the Provost, Burgesses, Freemen, and Inhabitants of the borough of Belturbet,’ which in some degree differs from the style prescribed by the charter of Jas. I. and the indenture. The officers named in the charter are a provost, twelve free burgesses, and two serjeants-at-mace; the other officers are a treasurer, town-clerk, herd, marshal-keeper or corporation gaoler, pound-keeper, foreman of the market jury, and weigh-master. The provost is by the charter to be elected by the provost and free burgesses from among the latter annually on the 24th of June, and sworn in upon Sept. 29th.The burgesses are chosen from among the inhabitants by the provost and free burgesses, and by the usage of the corporation must be freemen prior to their election; there are at present only nine or ten, all non-resident, and they were formerly entitled to certain privileges and emoluments now lost. No recognised right to the freedom at present exists, nor does it appear that any freemen have been admitted by the provost and burgesses for many years, except for the purpose of qualifying persons immediately after elected burgesses. The town-clerk and other officers of the corporation, whose offices have not fallen into desuetude, are appointed by the provost. The municipal affairs are regulated by the inhabitants assembled by the provost at what are termed ‘Town Courts,’ which are held before the provost generally eight or ten times in the year, and in which are made by-laws for the government of the town, the corporation property is regulated, and complaints of trespass respecting commonage and upon the private lands within the district are referred for investigation and adjustment to the market jury. This jury consists of not less than twelve members appointed from the inhabitants by the provost, and sworn in at the town court; its duties are not only to inspect the meat brought to market, of which the foreman is appointed clerk by the provost, but to superintend the property of the corporation generally, forming, in fact, a court of arbitration, and exercising a jurisdiction highly beneficial to the inhabitants.

The borough returned two members to the Irish parliament until the Union, when the £15,000 awarded as compensation for the abolition of its franchise was paid to Armar, Earl of Belmore, who had a short time previously purchased the borough for that amount from the Earl of Lanesborough. It comprises the town and precincts, forming a district termed ‘the corporation, the boundaries of which are clearly defined. The provost is chief magistrate, and is by usage the first magistrate named upon the commission in the county, and next in rank to the lieutenant; he formerly sat with the judges at the county assizes, but has not for many years exercised this privilege. The court of record, in which he presided, has fallen into disuse for nearly 30 years. Petty sessions are held by the county magistrates every Saturday in the market-house, of which the upper part is appropriated to that use and the lower to the purpose of the market. Beneath this building was the corporation gaol, a damp and unhealthy prison, which was prohibited to be used as a place of confinement after the passing of the act of the 7th of Geo. IV., c. 74. The commons in possession of the corporation comprise about 120 acres; the right of commonage enjoyed by the inhabitants is regulated by the possession of the whole or a portion of a homestead, to which also a proportionate quantity of bog is annexed: these homesteads include certain portions of the front of streets, defined and granted to individuals on the original foundation of the town, and subsequently divided among different tenants, and the right to commonage was by usage similarly apportioned. The lands allotted for the private occupation of the burgesses are said to have been granted to them and their heirs, instead of their successors, and, under the name of ‘burgess acres,’ are divided and separately enclosed as private properties. The only revenue which the corporation now possesses is derivable from some nominal reservations on fee-farm grants made, within the last few years, of small portions of the commons, the fines on which, amounting to £175, were applied to the repairs of the market-house.

The parish church of Annagh, a neat edifice with a tower surmounted by a spire, is situated in the town; it was rebuilt by a loan of £923 from the late Board of First Fruits, in 1828, and, of £800 in, 1829. It is in contemplation to erect a handsome R. C. chapel. The parochial school for boys is on the foundation of Erasmus Smith, and was built on an acre of ground granted by the corporation, who also gave a site for the erection of a school, for girls on the same establishment, which is supported by subscription;, and there is an infants’ school, also a dispensary. Six almshouses for poor widows were built on a site granted by the corporation in 1733, the inmates of which are supported by, a legacy bequeathed by a Mr. Maunsell, of Dublin, and distributed by the rector. He also distributes the interest of £100 paid by the Earl of Lanesborough’s agent, £3 per ann. derived from a charity called, Fellor’s List, and £6, per ann. accruing from another charity; and there is, a house in the town bequeathed by Benjamin Johnson for the benefit of the poor, and let for £1. 16. 11. per annum. In the churchyard are vestiges of a strong fortification enclosing an extensive area, with bastions and salient angles of great strength; about two miles distant are some venerable ecclesiastical ruins, with others at Clinosy; and in the vicinity, are, the, remains of an, ancient castle.-See ANNAGH and DRUMLANE.


Tithe Applotment Books of 1824-1834

TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear
BelturbetBelturbetCooperWilness Henry1825
BelturbetBelturbetDoyleJames1825
BelturbetCorporationAukinson1825
BelturbetCorporationBevanPatt1825
BelturbetCorporationCampbellJames1825
BelturbetCorporationClarkWilliam1825
BelturbetCorporationCoxJohn1825
BelturbetCorporationCrawfordWilliam1825
BelturbetCorporationElliottRobert1825
BelturbetCorporationFaeelsHugh1825
BelturbetCorporationFinlayDavid1825
BelturbetCorporationFitzpatrick1825
BelturbetCorporationGambleJames1825
BelturbetCorporationGumleyRobert1825
BelturbetCorporationGumleyWilliam1825
BelturbetCorporationIretonJames1825
BelturbetCorporationIrwinHugh1825
BelturbetCorporationIrwinRobert1825
BelturbetCorporationKnipeGeorge1825
BelturbetCorporationMcadamHugh1825
BelturbetCorporationMccallFelix1825
BelturbetCorporationMcconnelPatt1825
BelturbetCorporationMcgauvernPeter1825
BelturbetCorporationMckeernanBernd1825
BelturbetCorporationMcknipe1825
BelturbetCorporationMoorRobert1825
BelturbetCorporationMortonJohn1825
BelturbetCorporationMortonWilliam1825
BelturbetCorporationNealThomas1825
BelturbetCorporationNixonWilliam1825
BelturbetCorporationObrianPatt1825
BelturbetCorporationReillyLuke1825
BelturbetCorporationReynolds1825
BelturbetCorporationRutlageRalph1825
BelturbetCorporationShephard1825
BelturbetCorporationSmithHugh1825
BelturbetCorporationSouthergateThomas1825
BelturbetCorporationWilsonHugh1825
TownlandTownland as TranscribedSurnameForenameYear

Name Books of 1836

No records found


Griffith’s Valuation of 1857

TownlandSurnameForename
BelturbetAcresThomas
BelturbetAndrewsWilliam
BelturbetArmstrongJohn
BelturbetAsheRev. Thomas
BelturbetAtkinsonThomas
BelturbetAtkinsonRichard
BelturbetAtkinsonMary Anne
BelturbetAtkinsonElizabeth
BelturbetAtkinsonEleanor
BelturbetAtkinsonEleanor
BelturbetAtkinsonEleanor
BelturbetAtkinsonEleanor
BelturbetAtkinsonAnne
BelturbetBakerJane
BelturbetBakerFrancis
BelturbetBannonThomas
BelturbetBarnesEdward
BelturbetBarrettPatrick
BelturbetBayleyThomas
BelturbetBellMargaret
BelturbetBellMary
BelturbetBevanPatrick
BelturbetBevanPatrick
BelturbetBowenCapt. Hugh
BelturbetBowesAnne
BelturbetBradyJohn
BelturbetBradyPatrick
BelturbetBradyThomas
BelturbetBrislanEdward
BelturbetBrodieWilliam
BelturbetBrowneJames
BelturbetBrowneWilliam
BelturbetBrowneWilliam
BelturbetButlerCapt. Humphry
BelturbetCampbellWilliam
BelturbetCampbellWilliam
BelturbetCampbellJames
BelturbetCampbellJames
BelturbetCarneyArthur
BelturbetCarneyJohn
BelturbetCaseyJames
BelturbetClarkeThomas
BelturbetClarkeThomas
BelturbetClarkeThomas
BelturbetClarkeFrancis
BelturbetClarkeElizabeth
BelturbetCollierRev. Robert
BelturbetCommrs???
BelturbetConatyThomas
BelturbetConnollyJohn
BelturbetConnollyPatrick
BelturbetConwayThomas
BelturbetCosgraveWilliam
BelturbetCosgraveWilliam
BelturbetCosgraveWilliam
BelturbetCoxThomas
BelturbetCoylePatrick
BelturbetCrawfordJames
BelturbetCrowGeorge
BelturbetCuffeGeorge
BelturbetCulvinMary
BelturbetCurryLaurence
BelturbetCurryLaurence
BelturbetDaleJohn
BelturbetDaleHugh
BelturbetDaleHugh
BelturbetDaleHugh
BelturbetDaleAdam
BelturbetDaleAdam
BelturbetDandyJames
BelturbetDandyJohn
BelturbetDavisJames
BelturbetDavisJohn
BelturbetDohertyJames
BelturbetDolanJames
BelturbetDonaldsonWilliam
BelturbetDoneganJohn
BelturbetDoneganJohn
BelturbetDonnellyPeter
BelturbetDonnellyPeter
BelturbetDonnellyPeter
BelturbetDonohoePatrick
BelturbetDonohoeBridget
BelturbetDonovanPatrick
BelturbetDoonanPatrick
BelturbetDuffyBartholomew
BelturbetDuffyThomas
BelturbetDuignanThomas
BelturbetDuignanJohn
BelturbetDuignanJames
BelturbetElliotJames
BelturbetElliottJohn
BelturbetErneGeorge
BelturbetErneGeorge
BelturbetErneHugh
BelturbetErneJohn
BelturbetFallisJames
BelturbetFalwsJohn
BelturbetFarmerCatherine
BelturbetFarrellPatrick
BelturbetFarrellyEleanor
BelturbetFawlsJohn
BelturbetFawlsJohn
BelturbetFawlsJohn
BelturbetFayThomas
BelturbetFayLuke
BelturbetFinlayEdward
BelturbetFinlayEllen
BelturbetFinlaySusan
BelturbetFitzpatrickLuke
BelturbetFitzpatrickLuke
BelturbetFitzpatrickMary
BelturbetFitzpatrickMary
BelturbetFitzpatrickMary
BelturbetFitzpatrickMary
BelturbetFitzpatrickPatrick
BelturbetFitzpatrickPhilip
BelturbetFitzpatrickTerence
BelturbetFitzpatrickJohn
BelturbetFitzpatrickJohn
BelturbetFitzpatrickJohn
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernard
BelturbetFitzpatrickBernd., Sr.
BelturbetFitzpatrickJames
BelturbetFitzpatrickJames
BelturbetFitzsimonsJoseph
BelturbetFlannaganThomas
BelturbetFloodPatrick
BelturbetFloodJames
BelturbetFollisJames
BelturbetFoyBernard
BelturbetGallagherJohn
BelturbetGambleEdward
BelturbetGambleWiliam
BelturbetGarden???
BelturbetGarvanAlicia
BelturbetGarveyMargaret
BelturbetGarvinAlicia
BelturbetGleesonDavid
BelturbetGoreBaronet St. Ge
BelturbetGoreBaronet St. Ge
BelturbetGoreBaronet St. Ge
BelturbetGottRachael
BelturbetGreenFrancis
BelturbetGriffinJames
BelturbetGriffithJames
BelturbetGriffithJohn
BelturbetGumleyJohn
BelturbetGumleyJohn
BelturbetGumleyJohn
BelturbetGumleyJohn
BelturbetGumleyCatherine
BelturbetHagueHugh
BelturbetHarmanRobert
BelturbetHarveyJames
BelturbetHinkstonHugh
BelturbetHinkstonRobert
BelturbetHortBaronet Willia
BelturbetHowardJames
BelturbetHughesHenry
BelturbetHughesHenry
BelturbetInghamGeorge
BelturbetJermynAaron
BelturbetJohnstonWilliam
BelturbetJonesDavid
BelturbetKeaneRobert
BelturbetKeleherFrancis
BelturbetKellyWilliam L.
BelturbetKellyMary
BelturbetKellyMargaret
BelturbetKellyJames
BelturbetKellyFrancis
BelturbetKentGeorge
BelturbetKernsJames
BelturbetKilliherEdward
BelturbetKingFelix
BelturbetKingFelix
BelturbetKingEdward
BelturbetKirwanEdward
BelturbetKnipeThomas F.
BelturbetKnipeThomas E.
BelturbetKnipeThomas E.
BelturbetKnipeThomas
BelturbetKnipeSamuel
BelturbetKnipeGeorge Marshal
BelturbetKnipeGeorge M.
BelturbetKnipeGeorge M.
BelturbetKnipeGeorge M.
BelturbetKnipeGeorge M.
BelturbetKnipeGeo. M.
BelturbetKnipeCapt. George
BelturbetKnoxJames
BelturbetKnoxRose
BelturbetLanesborough???
BelturbetLanesborough???
BelturbetLangAlexander
BelturbetLangAlexander
BelturbetLaturellJohn
BelturbetLittleDavid
BelturbetLittleThomas
BelturbetLovettJames
BelturbetLovettJames
BelturbetLovettGeorge
BelturbetLundJohn
BelturbetLunnAnne
BelturbetLynchJohn
BelturbetMagennisMary
BelturbetMaguireRose
BelturbetMaguirePatrick
BelturbetMalleyAnne
BelturbetMartinMatthew
BelturbetMatthewsRobert
BelturbetMatthewsSamuel
BelturbetMaxwell WadeWm., M.D.
BelturbetMc AdamHugh
BelturbetMc ArdleJames
BelturbetMc AveyPhilip
BelturbetMc AveyThomas
BelturbetMc AvinnePatrick
BelturbetMc AvinueThomas
BelturbetMc CaffreyJohn
BelturbetMc CaffreyJohn
BelturbetMc CannPatrick
BelturbetMc CannFarrelly
BelturbetMc CaulThomas
BelturbetMc CawleyRev. Wm.
BelturbetMc CawleyThomas
BelturbetMc ClureConstantine
BelturbetMc CreightRev. Andrew
BelturbetMc CreightRev. Andrew
BelturbetMc CreightRev. Andrew
BelturbetMc CreightRev. Andrew
BelturbetMc DermottPeter
BelturbetMc DonnellEdward
BelturbetMc DonnellJames
BelturbetMc DonnellJane
BelturbetMc ElgunnPatrick
BelturbetMc EntyreMichael
BelturbetMc FaddenHugh
BelturbetMc FaddenMargarewt
BelturbetMc GeertyHugh
BelturbetMc GovernPeter
BelturbetMc GovernPatrick
BelturbetMc GovernJohn
BelturbetMc GovernJames
BelturbetMc GovernFrancis
BelturbetMc GrathPatrick
BelturbetMc GrathThomas
BelturbetMc GuireSarah
BelturbetMc GuireRose
BelturbetMc GuirePatrick
BelturbetMc GuirePatrick
BelturbetMc GuireMary Anne
BelturbetMc GuireMary
BelturbetMc GuireJohn
BelturbetMc GuireJohn
BelturbetMc GuireJohn
BelturbetMc GuireEdward
BelturbetMc HaigueJames
BelturbetMc HughJohn
BelturbetMc HughJohn
BelturbetMc HughJames
BelturbetMc KeanyPhilip
BelturbetMc KendryJohn
BelturbetMc KennaPhilip
BelturbetMc KennaPhilip
BelturbetMc KernanHonoria
BelturbetMc KernanJames
BelturbetMc MahonOwen
BelturbetMc MahonJames
BelturbetMc MahonJames
BelturbetMc MahonBernard
BelturbetMc MahonBernard
BelturbetMc ManusPatrick
BelturbetMc MellonJames
BelturbetMc MellonJames
BelturbetMc PartlanBernard
BelturbetMc PortlandJohn
BelturbetMc QuaidThomas
BelturbetMc VettyThomas
BelturbetMeehanPatrick
BelturbetMeenanJohn
BelturbetMervynHenry
BelturbetMervynHenry
BelturbetMervynHenry
BelturbetMillerRebecca
BelturbetMoanEllen
BelturbetMoanHugh
BelturbetMoanHugh
BelturbetMoaneHugh
BelturbetMonaghanAndrew
BelturbetMonaghanJames
BelturbetMonahanJohn, Sr.
BelturbetMonahanJohn, Jr.
BelturbetMooreThomas
BelturbetMoranFrancis
BelturbetMortonWilliam
BelturbetMortonWilliam
BelturbetMortonRep. John
BelturbetMortonJohn E.
BelturbetMortonJohn
BelturbetMortonJohn
BelturbetMortonJohn
BelturbetMulhernJames
BelturbetMurphyWilliam
BelturbetMurphyWilliam
BelturbetMurphyPatrick
BelturbetMurphyMargaret
BelturbetMurphyBernard
BelturbetNeillCharles
BelturbetNeillCharles
BelturbetNeillDenis
BelturbetNixonMary Anne
BelturbetNixonAlexander
BelturbetNolanMary
BelturbetNolanRep. Mary
BelturbetNunnThomas
BelturbetNunneThomas
BelturbetO'BrienPhoebe
BelturbetO'BrienPatrick
BelturbetO'DonovanRichard M.
BelturbetO'NeillJohn
BelturbetO'TooleMichael
BelturbetPalmerThomas
BelturbetPalmerThomas
BelturbetPalmerThomas
BelturbetPattersonEliza
BelturbetPhilipsThomas
BelturbetPhilipsThomas
BelturbetPhillipsCapt. Michael
BelturbetPhillipsThomas
BelturbetPremises???
BelturbetPriorJames
BelturbetReadWilliam
BelturbetReadWilliam
BelturbetReadWilliam
BelturbetReadeWilliam
BelturbetReannyCatherine
BelturbetRehillMichael
BelturbetReillyJohn
BelturbetReillyLuke
BelturbetReillyLuke
BelturbetReillyLuke
BelturbetReillyLuke
BelturbetReillyLuke
BelturbetReillyMichael
BelturbetReillyMichael
BelturbetReillyOwen
BelturbetReillyPatrick
BelturbetReillyRose
BelturbetReillyThomas
BelturbetReillyThomas
BelturbetReillyJohn
BelturbetReillyJohn
BelturbetReillyCharles
BelturbetReillyEdward
BelturbetReillyEdward
BelturbetReillyGeorge
BelturbetReillyGeorge
BelturbetReillyGeorge
BelturbetReillyHugh
BelturbetReillyJames
BelturbetReillyJames
BelturbetReillyJames
BelturbetReillyJames
BelturbetReillyJames
BelturbetReillyBernard
BelturbetReynoldsEdward
BelturbetRichmondFrancis
BelturbetRichmondFrancis
BelturbetRichmondFrancis
BelturbetRobinsonMatilda
BelturbetRogersJohn
BelturbetRogersJohn
BelturbetRogersJohn
BelturbetRogersJohn
BelturbetRogersJohn
BelturbetScallansPatrick
BelturbetSharkeyPatrick
BelturbetSheridanJames
BelturbetSherriffWilliam
BelturbetSidesThomas
BelturbetSlavinPatrick
BelturbetSlavinPatrick
BelturbetSmallHugh
BelturbetSmallNeill
BelturbetSmallTerence, Jr.
BelturbetSmallTerence, Sr.
BelturbetSmithHugh
BelturbetSmithBernard
BelturbetSmythPeter
BelturbetSommersJane
BelturbetSouthStephen
BelturbetStanfordCapt. Bedel
BelturbetStewartThomas
BelturbetStoryWm.
BelturbetStoryThomas
BelturbetStoryOliver
BelturbetSullivanFrancis
BelturbetSuthergill???, M.D.
BelturbetTaylorEdwd.
BelturbetTaylorEdward
BelturbetTaylorEdward
BelturbetTaylorEdward
BelturbetTaylorEdward
BelturbetTeevanEllen
BelturbetTeevanJames
BelturbetTierneyFrancis
BelturbetTilsonJoseph
BelturbetTilsonJoseph
BelturbetTilsonJoseph
BelturbetTilsonJoseph
BelturbetTimmonsPatrick
BelturbetTraceyHugh
BelturbetTraceyHugh
BelturbetTraceyJames
BelturbetTracyEdward
BelturbetTrotterJohn
BelturbetTullyMichael
BelturbetWalshJames
BelturbetWalshMichael
BelturbetWalshSamuel
BelturbetWarnerWilliam
BelturbetWhyteWilliam
BelturbetWigginsEdward
BelturbetWilliamsJames
BelturbetWilliamsJames
BelturbetWilliamsJames
BelturbetWilliamsJane
BelturbetWilliamsThomas
BelturbetWillisRobert
BelturbetWinslowEdmond S.
BelturbetWinslowEdmond S.
BelturbetWinslowEdmund S.
BelturbetWrayJane
BelturbetWynnOwen
TownlandSurnameForename

Parishes in Cavan

Annagelliff Annagh Bailieborough Ballintemple Ballymachugh Castlerahan Castleterra Crosserlough Denn Drumgoon Drumlane Drumlumman Drumreilly Drung Enniskeen Kilbride Kildallan Kildrumsherdan Killashandra Killinagh Killinkere Kilmore Kinawley Knockbride Larah Lavey Loughan or Castlekeeran Lurgan Moybolgue Mullagh Munterconnaught Scrabby Shercock Templeport Tomregan Urney

Towns and Townlands in Drumlane

Aghavilla Ardan Ardonan Ardoohy Ardue Artidowney Artonagh Ashgrove Ballyhugh Ballynamannan Belturbet Brankill Brankill (Flood) Bulligs Bunanumery Caldragh Camalier Carrigan Carrowfarnaghan Clonamullig Clontycoo Clowney Clowninny Coragh Corcanadas Corglass Corgreagh Cornadarragh Cornadarragh (Pleydell) Cornagrow Cornaleck Corraback Corraquill Creeny Cuillaghan Deralk Deramfield Derrintinny Derrybrick Derrygeeraghan Derryhoo Derryvackny Derryvehil Derryvony Droghill Drumacon Drumalee Drumasladdy Drumbarlom Drumbrughas Drumcole Drumgart Drumgesh Drumheel Drumherriff Drumkeen Drumkerril Drumlane Drumlougher Drummany (Pleydell) Drummany Beg Drummany Glebe Drummany Montiaghs Drummany Rahan Drummullagh Drumnoose Drumquill Drumrush Feedarragh Feugh (Bishops) Feugh (Maxwell) Foalies Garfiny Gartacara Gartaquill Gartbrattan Glen Greaghrahan Greathill Keenaghan Kilconny Kilcorby Killicar Killyfern Killynaher Killywilly Kilnacranagh Kilnaglare Lagan Lisnamaine Loughdooly Macknan Meeltoge Milltown Moher Money Mullaghboy Mullaghmeen Mullanaffrin Mullanwary Naheelis Noghan Ouivvy Portacloghan Portlawney Rafian Rahaghan Raheelan Rinn Rogary Tawlaght Teemore Tirgormly Tirliffin Tomassan Tomkinroad Tonyarraner Tully Tullyanog Ture Uragh