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Leggagh

Killoe

Leggagh

Liggagh B. S. S. M.
Lagach, a place full of hollows.

Leggagh J. 0'D.
Legga Edgeworth's Co. Map

Bounded on the N. by Drumard and Farmullagh; E. by Moyne and Birrinagh; S. by Crott and by Carrickmaguirk in Columbkille Ph.; and W. by Kiltycon and by Aghamore Lr., Columbkille Ph. Contains 836 acres, including 7 acres ofwater.
Mostly arable and grazing, with several detached portions of bog and furze. It is traversed by a stream, and the road from Drumlish to Arvagh and Granard passes through it. It contains a Roman Catholic Chapel, a school, a forge, a quarry, and several limekilns and spring wells.