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1905, Ardcroney, Barony of Upper Ormond, Clerk of the Crown and Peace, Nenagh, North Parliamentary Division, Parish of Kilruane, Parish of Knigh, Polling District, Poor Law Union of Nenagh, Walter Nolan
1867, Ardcroney, Ashley Park, Ballinamurragh North, Ballinamurragh South, Ballinvilla, Ballyrickard South, Ballythomas, Burial, Carrickaneagh, Clashateeaun, Coolderry, Drumminascart, Gortadalaun, Gortawoer, Killea, Kilruane, Magheraneagh, Nenagh PLU, Property, Rockview, Sedgemore, Taxation, Valuation
1849, Ardcroney, Ballinderry, Ballyluskey, Ballyquinlevan, Ballyrickard, Ballythomas, Beechwood, Bellgrove, Bellpark, Boherleigh, Castlelot and part of Ballafinboy, Clashateen, Commons of Carney, Coolagoran, Coolderry, Curraghmore House division and part of Ballafinboy, Curravalla, Derries, Derrynasling, Famine, Graigue Lane, Gurteen, Gurthnatoher, Gurtnedelawn, Kilabeg Newchapel, Kilaganny, Kilcoran, Kile, Kileamadown, Killea, Kyle, Lisgoriff, Lisnasolmoy, Lower Ballinamona, Lower Graigue, Moherenenagh, Mona Greenland & Sherherscanlan, Mount Falkiner, Nenagh PLU, Old Court, Ormond Lodge, Property, Ringroe, Roddeen Lower, Rodeen, Shanbally, Sheen Park, Springfield, Sragh, Taxation, Uper Ballina, Valuation, Willsboro, Woodlands
Ardcroney, Barony of Lower Ormond, Church of Ireland, Congor, Gravestone inscriptions, Gravestones, Graveyard, Ormond Historical Society, Roman Catholic
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