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Cill Tarnacht , Tarnacht’s church
Kiltarnaght J. O’D
“ Inq. Temp Jac. 1.
“ Inq. Temp Car. 1.
Kilternagh Inq. Temp Car. 1.
Killterought Stafford’s Survey
Killternaught Stafford’s Survey

Situated in the S.E. corner of the parish, and near the south boundary of same. It is bounded on the N. by Shanvallyhugh and Fauleens; E. by Derrintaggart and Cahergal; S. by Drumbrastle West and Aghadoey Glebe and W. by Carrowkeel. It lies about 1 ½ miles north west of Newport. The property of Sir Richard O’Donnell. It contains 136a 0r. 13p., made up of 117 acres cultivated, seven uncultivated, 3 bog , 7 wood , and 2a. 0r. 1p. water. It is let at will at the yearly rent of 20s per acre. Co. Cess 3s 2d. per acre yearly, for each of 22 ½ acres. Soil light mountain , producing potatoes, corn and flax . There is a well here called St. Dominic’s Well.




Six inch Ordnance survey map. | Archaeological survey map. | O'Donavan's Ordnance Survey letters. | Tithes Applotment (1835). | Sale in Encumbered Estates Court (1852). | Griffith's Valuation (1857). | Comparison of Tithes and Griffiths.| Summary Censuses of 1841 - 1891. | 1901 Census. | 1911 Census. | Baptism registers | Birth registrations. | Marriage Registrations | Valuation Office Entries | Gravestone Inscriptions. | Photographs of houses (occupied and unoccupied in the townland). | Old photographs of previous occupants. | Interviews with present occupants. | Family trees. | Some references to Kiltarnet | Landholders in 2003