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Parochial registers of Kilshalvey, Kilturra and Cloonoghill (Sligo), 1833-1908

Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
  • English
  • Latin
  • [Dublin, Ireland] : National Library of Ireland, Photographic Reproduction Dept., [1973?]
  • Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984
on 2 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. and 16 mm.

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Microfilm of originals at Ballaghaderreen, Co. Roscommon. A portion of these records were filmed by the National Library of Ireland, and the remainder by the Genealogical Society.

Some writing is faded and illegible.

The Catholic parish of Kilshalvy, Kilturra and Cloonoghill is now called Bunninadden. It included the civil parishes of the same names, Kilshalvey and Cloonaghill in county Sligo, Kilturra, partly in county Mayo, but chiefly in Sligo, as well as a part of Toomour in Sligo. (The larger part of Toomour is in the Catholic parish of Keash or Drumrat.) There were chapels in Killavil and Bunnanadden (variant spelling).

Alternate spellings include Kilshalvy, Killshalby, Kilshaboy and Kilshaloy; Kloonogie, Cloonoghie and Clonoghile.

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