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A townland in Fermanagh
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'''Mullynavannoge''' is a townland in South-Eastern [[wp:County Fermanagh|County Fermanagh]], [[wp:Northern Ireland|Northern Ireland]].
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==Etymology==
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* 1609 - Mullanournog - Esch. Co. Map, 6
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* 1659 - Mullenevanhoe - Census 1659, 112
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* 2002 - Mullach na bhFeannóg "hilltop of the scaldcrows" - HMC Replies
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==1830's Map==
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[[Image:Mullynavannoge_1830's.png]]
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==Black Pig's Dyke==
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In a LiDAR model of the Mullynavannoge, a linear earthworks can be identified which is believed to be the remains of an ancient boundary called the [[Black Pig's Dyke]]. 
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For more details, please see [http://www.longfordlibrary.ie/Heritage/Projects/Black-Pigs-Dyke/BPD_Phase_One_Report2014_vol1.pdf|The Black Pig's Dyke Regional Project Report - Page 51]

Latest revision as of 23:30, 12 October 2019

Mullynavannoge is a townland in South-Eastern County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.


Etymology

  • 1609 - Mullanournog - Esch. Co. Map, 6
  • 1659 - Mullenevanhoe - Census 1659, 112
  • 2002 - Mullach na bhFeannóg "hilltop of the scaldcrows" - HMC Replies

1830's Map

Mullynavannoge 1830's.png

Black Pig's Dyke

In a LiDAR model of the Mullynavannoge, a linear earthworks can be identified which is believed to be the remains of an ancient boundary called the Black Pig's Dyke.

For more details, please see Black Pig's Dyke Regional Project Report - Page 51