Kilconduff Civil Parish Townlands, Churches and Graveyards, County Mayo, Ireland

When the Griffith's Valuation was conducted for Kilconduff Civil Parish in 1856, there was a Catholic Chapel documented in the Townland of Swineford in the Town of Swinford that is incorporated within it on Chapel Street. There was a church of undocumented affiliation on the same street as well as a Burial Ground. There also was a burial ground listed in the Townland of Rathscanlan. Four different "subdenominations" were listed for the Townland of Curryaun: Culdhuv, Curranabreena, Curryaunbeg and Portlogga. The Town of Swinford was one of County Mayo's major market towns of the 19th century. I have completed a page devoted to Swinford in my County Mayo market towns section.

  1. Ardlee
  2. Ballindrehid
  3. Ballydrum
  4. Ballyglass
  5. Brackloon
  6. Carn
  7. Carrowbeg
  8. Carrowcanada
  9. Carrownaculla
  10. Castlebarnagh
  11. Castlecrunnoge
  12. Castleroyan
  13. Cloonacannana
  14. Cloonaghboy
  15. Cloonfinnaun
  16. Cloongullaun
  17. Cloonlara
  18. Cloonlumney
  19. Cornaveagh
  20. Cuillaun
  21. Cuilmore
  22. Cuiltybo
  23. Curryaun
  24. Derryronan
  25. Drumshinnagh
  26. Esker
  27. Faheens
  28. Johnsfort
  29. Kilbride
  30. Kinaff
  31. Knockbrack
  32. Knockranny
  33. Lagcurragh
  34. Liscottle
  35. Lissanumera
  36. Newpark
  37. Rathscanlan
  38. Swineford
  39. Tawnaglass
  40. Tawnamullagh
  41. Tonroe
  42. Treanlaur
  43. Tullanacorra
  44. Tullynahoo
  45. Woods

(Griffith, 1847-1864; 2003, Kilconduff).