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Creenagh

Clonguish

Creenagh

Creenagh B. S. Sketch
Cr�onach, a place full of withered timber; a withered or decayed wood.

Creenagh J.O'D.
Krynaghe, Crinaghe Inq. Temp. Jac. I.

Situated on the road from Drumlish to Longford, about 1� miles N.E. of the town of Newtownforbes. Contains 316 acres. It is divided into two nearly equal parts by the above road, and is almost all under cultivation, there being only a small portion of bog along the S.W. boundary. It contains two villages, called Creenaghmore & Creenaghbeg, and there is an ancient fort on the eastern boundary.