townland


Also found in: Wikipedia.

townland

(ˈtaʊnlænd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Irish a division of land of various sizes
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
ONE REGISTRATION OF CLUBS (IRELAND) ACT 1904 AND NO.15 OF 1927 - PART IV TAKE NOTICE that an Application will be made to Carndonagh Annual Licensing District Court sitting at Buncrana on the 17th September 2019 for the renewal of the Certificate of Registration of the GREENCASTLE GOLF CLUB situate at The Warren, Greencastle in the Townland of Eleven Ballyboes in the Parish of Lower Moville, Barony of Inishowen East and County of Donegal, Court Area and District aforesaid, registered as a Club for the accommodation of a considerable number of persons engaged in playing Golf on the adjoining Golf Links under the Registration of Clubs (Ireland) Acts 1904-1927, and amending Acts.
They were charged with possessing a stolen Volkswagen Polo at Ballymakenny Business Park and setting it on fire on 10 May at the townland of Yelllow Batter outside the town.
Researchers examined census returns for Derry in 1831 and identified James Donnelly as the head of household 49 in the townland of Stramore in the parish of Ballynascreen.
The crash happened at about 10.40pm on Sunday on a stretch of road between Buncrana and Clonmany in the townland of Glassmullen.
There is a brilliant map of the townland of County Wicklow overlain on Wicklow's rugged topography (p.
0.25 hectares and is located in the townland of Rathgory and Mulladrillen.
The poll tax provides the earliest source for population structure at townland level.
Mary, whose maiden name was Griffin, hailed from the townland of Rathbarna near Castlerea town.
"These are predominantly in rural Ireland where people give their townland as their address.