Killylifferdoo

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KILLYLIFFERDOO (wood, black herbs) Area 78:2:7


Etymology

  • 1609 - Killeferduff - Esch. Co. Map, 6
  • 1610 - Killeferduff - CPR Jas I, 167a
  • 1659 - Killinferduff - Census 1659, 99
  • 1823 - Kilnalifford - Church of Ireland Census 1823
  • 1833 - Coill Alifear Dubh "Oliver's wood (black)" - J O'D (OSNB), B134 B67
  • 2004 - Coillidh Luibhear Dubh "wood of the black place of - PNP talk, PMcK/K'fole DA

Killylifferdoo (Irish: Coillidh Luibhear Dubh) means "Wood of the black ?? (Possibly herbs)"

1823 Church of Ireland Census

>>Please note the Census calls this townland Kilnalifford<<

The following is an extract from a survey of the North-West Division of Clones Parish.

Name Sons Daughters
Wadsworth, George & Sarah 1 2
McVitty, Thomas & Margaret 3 0
Graham, Robert 2 0
Virtue, Robert & Elizabeth 1 0
Wallace, James & Phebe 1 0
Irwin, James & Martha 0 3
Irwin, John & Jane 0 0

1830's Map

To come

1841-61 Population

Year Persons
1841 ?
1851 ?
1861 ?

Griffiths Valuation 1862

Occupier Lessor Tenement
George Wadsworth Mrs Dixon & others House, offices and land
John Clarke Mrs Dixon & others House, offices and land
Thomas McVeity Mrs Dixon & others House, offices and land
Sarah Wadsworth Mrs Dixon & others House, offices and land


1901 Census

Head of Family Landholder (if different)
George Wadsworth
John McMahon
William McVitty
Samuel Wadsworth


Surnames 2005

  • Deering
  • Maguire