Corrandoo House
(Photograph courtesy of Dr. Patrick Melvin & Eamonn de Burca)


Townland:                             Corrandoo

Civil Parish:                           Moylough

Barony:                                    Tiaquin  

Church Parish:                     Killoscobe

District Elect. Division:    Monivea

Poor Law Union:                 Tuam

Down Survey Name:         Corrandow

Area:         160 Acres   3 Roods   33 Perches

Census 1901  Census 1911  Ordnance Survey Map 1840 Down Survey Map Griffiths Valuation 1846 – 1855 Townland Features

Townland Description

Corran Dubh, Currendoo or Currandoo meaning black hook or black field. There are varying spellings of the townland name throughout the written history of this area.  Corrandoo, covering an area of 160 acres, 3 roods and 33 perches, is bordered by the townlands of Kilbeg to the north, Knockcorrandoo to the east, Doonaun and Cuddoo West to the west and Aghafadda and Lenamore to the south. It lies between ‘Hardiman’s boithrin‘ in Doonaun and the main road from Killaclogher to Tiaquin. Corrandoo is the most southerly townland in the civil parish of Moylough. (Read more)


This page was added on 22/09/2014.

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