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In 1868, the parish of Unknown contained the following places:

"UNKNOWN, In the gazetteers I have, the places given below are not associated with a parish. Do you know which parish they are/were in ? If so, please drop me a line via my error page (see bottom of page). Many thanks, Colin Hinson."

"ANADORN, a village in the barony of Kinalarly, in the county of Down, and province of Ulster, Ireland, 4 miles to the W. of Downpatrick. A castle formerly stood here, the seat of the Macartans, who owned a large district round the village. Fairs take place on the 14th May and the 8th November."

"ANNALONG, a hamlet in the barony of Mourne, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 5 miles to the N. of Kilkeel. It lies on the coast of Annalong creek."

"ARDMILLAN, a hamlet in the barony of Lower Castlerea, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 5 miles to the S.E. of Comber. It is situated on the western shore of Lough Strangford."

"BALLINEDDAN, a village in the barony of Mourne, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 3 miles to the N. of Carlingford. It is situated on the north-eastern shore of Carlingford Bay."

"BALLYHACKMORE, a village in the barony of Lower Castlerea, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 4 miles from Ballymacarrett. It is near the east shore of Belfast Lough."

"BALLYHORNAN, a village in the barony of Lecale, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 4 miles from Ardglass. It is on the coast of a small bay of the same name."

"CARROWDORE, a hamlet in the barony of Ards, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 3 miles to the N. of Grey Abbey. In the vicinity is Carrowdore Castle."

"CLOGHY, a hamlet in the barony of Ards, in the county of Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 4 miles to the N.E. of Portaferry. Cloghy Bay, or Creek, affords anchorage for fishing smacks."

"CONLEG, a village in the barony of Ards, in the county of Down, Ireland, 2 miles from Newtownards."

"CORRAGH, a hamlet in the barony of Dufferin, in the county of Down, Ireland, 3 miles N. of Killeleagh. There is also a small place of the same name in the county of Meath."

"GILL HALL, in the barony of Lower Iveagh, county Down, province of Ulster, Ireland. The demesne of Earl Clanwilliam, situated on the banks of the Lagan, is 2 miles N.W. of Dromore."

"GREENCASTLE, a village in the barony of Mourne, county Down, province of Ulster, Ireland. It is situated on Carlingford Bay, near an old castle of the De Burgos. Fairs are held on the 12th January and 13th August."

"KILULTA, a demesne once part of Claneboy, in counties Antrim and Down, Ireland. It conferred the title of viscount on the earls Conway."

"MOUNT-STEWART, a seat of the Marquis of Londonderry, county Down, Ireland, near Grey Abbey. It has a view of Loch Strangford."

"MOVILLE ABBEY, a ruin in county Down, Ireland, near Newtown Ards. It consists of the remains of a church belonging to the Austin friary founded here by St. Finian, and given to the Claneboys at the suppression of religious houses."

"PARK, a hamlet in the barony of Lower Iveagh, county Down, Ireland, 3 miles from Guilford."

"SHEEPBRIDGE, a hamlet in the lordship of Newry, county Down, province of Leinster, Ireland, 3 miles N.E. of Newry. It is situated on the Newry river, which is here crossed by a bridge. Sheepbridge House is the principal seat. Fairs are held on the first Friday in February, May, August, and November."

"SLIDDERYFORD, a hamlet in the barony of Lecale, county Down, Ireland, 4 miles S.E. of Castlewellan."

"SPRINGFIELD, a hamlet in the barony of Lower Iveagh, county Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 4 miles S. of Moira."

"STRANDTOWN, a village in the barony of Castlereagh, county Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, 2 miles E. of Belfast. It is situated on Lough Strandtown."

"TOLLYMORE, a demesne in the barony of Upper Iveagh, county Down, Ireland, 2 miles from Castlewellan, and 12 S.W. of Downpatrick, near Dundrum Bay, now the seat of Earl Roden."

"TULLYVERY, a village in the barony of Dufferin, county Down, province of Ulster, Ireland, near Kellyleagh."

"WOODHOUSE, a village in the barony of Upper Iveagh, county Down, Ireland, 2 miles S. of Rostrevor, near Lough Carlingford."

[Transcribed from The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland 1868]
by Colin Hinson ©2018