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"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."

"ACLARE, a village in the barony of Leyney, in the county of Sligo, Ireland, 27 miles to the S.W. of Sligo, and 140 miles from Dublin. It is situated near the river Moy, and has a police station. A market is held on Saturday."

"BALLINTEMPLE, a village in the barony of Carbury, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 8 miles to the N. of Sligo."

"BALLYCONNELL, a village in the barony of Carbury, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 9 miles from Sligo. It stands on the north-west coast of the county."

"BALLYGRANNY, a hamlet in the barony of Tiraghrill, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 2 miles to the E. of Collooney. It is not far from the border of Leitrim."

"BALLYKILCASH, a village in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 3 miles from Aughris Head. It is seated near the coast."

"BALLYTIVNAN, a village in the barony of Carbury, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, not far from Sligo."

"BUNREE, a village in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 15 miles to the S.W. of Dromore."

"CABRAGHKEEL, a hamlet in the barony of Tieragh, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 4 miles to the S.W. of Easky. It is seated near the coast of Killala Bay"

"CARRAUN, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 3 miles to the N. of Ballina."

"CARROWNAGEERAGH, a hamlet in the barony of Leyny, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, not far from Collooney, on the banks of the river Arrow."

"CARROWWILKIN, a hamlet in the barony of Leyny, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 3 miles to the S.W. of Tobercurry. It is situated near the river Moy."

"CASHEL, a village in Inishmurray Island, in the barony of Carbury, and county of Sligo, in the province of Connaught, Ireland. 6 miles to the N. of Ballyconnell."

"CASTLEBALDWIN, a hamlet in the barony of Tirerill, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, not far from Collooney. Annual fairs are held here in the first week of June, July, September, and November."

"CHAPELFIELD, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 5 miles S. of Easky."

"CLOGHERMORE, a township in the barony of Carbery, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland. It is situated near Lough Gill. Here stood a nunnery and cemetery, of which some ruins remain."

"CLOONEENMORE, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, and county of Sligo, Ireland."

"CLOONYCARNEY, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, Ireland, 4 miles to the S.W. of Easky."

"COOKSTOWN, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, prow of Connaught, Ireland, 4 miles S. W. of Easky."

"COURT, a village in the barony of Leney, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 3 miles W. of Achonry. Here are fine ruins of a Franciscan friary built by O'Hara, and granted to Richard Kyndelinshe after the suppression of monasteries."

"CREGGANALARA, a hamlet in the barony of Fereragh, in the county of Sligo, Ireland, 2 miles from Ballina."

"CROCHETSTOWN, a village in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, Ireland, 3 miles from Ballina."

"CROWFERAGH, a hamlet in the barony of Tireragh, in the county of Sligo, Ireland, near Easky."

"DRUMFIN, a hamlet in the barony of Corran, in the county of Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 4 miles S.W. of Ballymote."

"ENNISCRONE, (or Inishcrone), a village in the barony of Tireragh, county Sligo, Ireland, 7 miles S.W. of Easky. It is situated on the E. side of Killala Bay, and is a coastguard station. The principal residence is Enniscrone House.

"GURTEEN, a hamlet in the barony of Corran, county Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 6 miles S.W. of Ballyna gad. There are also several private seats of this name in Tipperary and Waterford."

"KESH, a hamlet in the barony of Coolavin, county Sligo, Ireland, 4 miles S.E, of Ballymote. It is situated near Lough Gara."

"KINARD, a demesne near Killala Bay, county Sligo, Ireland, 7 miles S.W. of Easkry."

"NEWTOWN-ANDERSON, a village in the barony of Carbury, county Sligo, Ireland, 1 mile E. of Sligo."

"PULLAGHEENY and PULLENDIVA, two hamlets in the barony of Tireragh, county Sligo, Ireland, 6 miles W. of Dromore. They are fishing and coastguard stations, near Rathlee Point, on the E. side of Killala Bay."

"TEMPLEHOUSE, a hamlet in the barony of Middle Sligo, county Sligo, province of Connaught, Ireland, 4 miles W.N.W. of Ballymote. It is situated at the mouth of the river Owenmore. The principal residence is Temple House. There is a police station, also the ruins of a house formerly belonging to the Knights Templars."

"TOBERSCANAVAN, a village in the barony of Tirerill, county Sligo, 2 miles S.E. of Collooney. It is situated on a small loch of the same name, and has several fairs."

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