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Mayo Civil Parish Townlands, Churches and Graveyards, County Mayo, Ireland

When the Griffith's Valuation was conducted for Mayo Civil Parish in 1856, there was a Roman Catholic Church in the Townland of Mayo Parks and a church (undesignated officiation) in the Townland of Gortaphuntaun. There were no Graveyards documented in the Valuation for this Civil Parish. The Majority of this Civil Parish fell within Clanmorris Barony and a small portion fell within Kilmaine Barony. One Townland, Curry Macmanus, was split between the two different baronies. I will put a (k) after any Townlands that were in Kilmaine Barony to help differentiate them.

  1. Acres
  2. Ardcorky
  3. Ballinaster
  4. Ballinlough
  5. Ballintleva
  6. Ballymullavil
  7. Barnagreggaun
  8. Brees
  9. Brownhall Demesne
  10. Carrowbrack (k)
  11. Cloonbaul
  12. Cloonshanbo
  13. Coolaghbaun
  14. Corlisland
  15. Corskeagh
  16. Creggaun
  17. Cullentragh
  18. Curry (Kirwan) (k)
  19. Curry (MacManus) - (portions in Kilmaine and Clanmorris)
  20. Derrowel Beg
  21. Derrowelmore
  22. Derrynagower
  23. Drishaghaun (k)
  24. Facefield
  25. Fahybeg
  26. Freeheen
  27. Gortaphuntaun
  28. Gortnagusetaul
  29. Gowel
  30. Harefield
  31. Heathlawn
  32. Kilbride
  33. Kilgreana (k)
  34. Knockadorraghy
  35. Knockaunabroona
  36. Knockaunakill
  37. Knocknamoghalaun
  38. Knockrickard
  39. Knockroe
  40. Lehanagh
  41. Mayo Parks
  42. Monard
  43. Mossbrook
  44. Pollawaddy
  45. Portagh
  46. Rathduff
  47. Shinganagh
  48. Summerhill North (k)
  49. Summerhill South (k)
  50. Tawnylough
  51. Tonacarton (k)
  52. Tullybeg Glebe