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Some genealogical Data from Townland of Ahagouna, Clashadoo, Coomkeen from 1783, Durrus District, West Cork

These townlands has an enormous population pre Famine.  Ahagouna was possibly a weaving colony and before Ahagouna Bridge was built possibly 1775-1825 it was the main crossing point at the ford for western traffic on the peninsula.

The famine wiped out the cottier class it is possible to identify most from the Catholic church records (online Muintervara irishgenealogy.ie)  many of these families moved around probably subsisting on sod huts which might only last a year.

Very few of the original families are left but worldwide there are an enormous number of descendants

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