Townlands of Kilcoe, Ballydehob and Mizen West Cork.
Kilcoe from the Centenary Publication of the Church of the Most Holy Rosary Kilcoe, 1905-2005.
Mizen is from The Mizen Archaeological and Historical Society 2007, No 13. from B Ó Donnachadha, (Bruno O’Donoghue) from his ‘Parish Histories and Placenames of West Cork, published by the Kerrryman.
Map of Kilcoe from west Cork Genealogy.
Mary Jean Mulherin said:
Thanks so much, as always, for your postings. As a Coghlan, Mahony, Sheehan, Leary descendant of the Mizen (the townlands given in this post are East Schulll) I greatly appreciate everything related to this area of southwest Cork. I’ll be there in early April to “walk the land.”
Peter O'driscoll said:
Thanks for the excellent history but check the page numbers Page 7 is the same page as page 6 and page 8 is the same as page 5.
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