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

Knock Civil Parish falls primarily within Costello Barony but a small portion is in Clanmorris Barony. I will indicate those that are within Clanmorris Barony with (Clanmorris). When the Griffith's Valuation was conducted for Knock Civil Parish in 1856, there was a Catholic Chapel in the Townland of Drum, a Graveyard in the Townland of Caldragh and a Burying Ground in the Townland of Churchfield.

  1. Aghtaboy
  2. Ballyhowly (Clanmorris Barony)
  3. Ballyroe
  4. Bohaun
  5. Caldragh
  6. Carrowcor
  7. Carrowmore
  8. Carrorwnamallaght
  9. Churchfield
  10. Cloondace
  11. Cloonfaughna
  12. Cloonlavis Lower (Clanmorris Barony)
  13. Cloonlavis Upper (Clanmorris Barony)
  14. Cloonlee
  15. Cloonnagleragh
  16. Cloontarriff
  17. Cloonturnaun
  18. Cregganbrack
  19. Crockaunrannell
  20. Cuillatinny
  21. Currraghlahan
  22. Curraghteemore
  23. Derradda
  24. Derragh
  25. Derry (Clanmorris Barony)
  26. Derryool
  27. Drum
  28. Eden
  29. Esker (Clanmorris Barony)
  30. Eskermorilly (Clanmorris Barony)
  31. Faughil
  32. Killeen (Clanmorris Barony)
  33. Killoveeny
  34. Kincon
  35. Knockbaun (Clanmorris Barony)
  36. Knockroe (Clanmorris Barony)
  37. Lecarrow
  38. Lispatrick
  39. Magheramore
  40. Roosky
  41. Sallyhernaun
  42. Shanaghmoyle
  43. Shanvaghera
  44. Slievenabrehan (Clanmorris Barony)
  45. Srah

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