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County Mayo Civil Parish Townlands And The Catholic Churches Associated With Them

Achill Addergoole Aghagower Aghamore Aglish Annagh
Ardagh Attymass Balla Ballinchalla Ballinrobe Ballintober
Ballyhean Ballynahaglish Ballyovey Ballysakeery Bekan Bohola
Breaghwy Burriscarra Burrishoole Castlemore Cong Crossboyne
Crossmolina Doonfeeny Drum Islandeady Kilbeagh Kilbelfad
Kilbride Kilcolman, Clanmorris Barony Kilcolman, Costello Barony Kilcommon Erris Kilcommon near Crossboyne Kilconduff
Kilcummin Kildacommoge Kilfian Kilgarvan Kilgeever Killala
Killasser Killedan Kilmaclasser Kilmainebeg Kilmainemore Kilmeena
Kilmolara Kilmore Kilmoremoy Kilmovee Kilturra Kilvine
Knock Lackan Manulla Mayo Meelick Moorgagagh
Moygawnagh Oughaval Rathreagh Robeen Rosslee Shrule
Tagheen Templemore Templemurry Toomore Touaghty Turlough

I have included two Civil Parishes (kilcolman, Costello Barony and Castlemore, Costello Barony) that were in County Mayo when the Griffith's Valuation was conducted but later transferred to County Roscommon in 1898.

I used the late John Broderick's amazing website "The IreAtlas Townland Database" to identify the Townlands in each Civil Parish and then confirmed them after analysis in the Griffith's Valuation on the Ask About Ireland Website.

(Broderick, 1999).

(Griffith, 1847-1864; Chomhairle Leabharlanna, 2003).