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Drumanure

Abbeyshrule

Killeenboy

Drimanure - B.S.S.M.
Druim an Iubhair, ridge of the yew tree.

Drumanure - J. 0'D., Edgeworth's Co. Map
Drimanure - Revd. E. McGaver, P.P., Thom. N. Lennon, J.P.

This townland lies along the N.W. side of the River Inny, and is surrounded by the tds. of Ratharney, Cloon-brin and Abbeyshrule in this parish, of Clynan in Forgney Ph., and of Tennalick and Cole Hill in the parish of Tagh-shinny.
It is the property of the Countess Dowager of Ross, held by deed for ever, and contains 415 acres, of which 14� acres are water. The whole of the land surface is cultivated. The townland pays �24 5s. 9d. to County Cess. It has part of Cole Hill Demesne on its N. W. side, and the village of Abbeyshrule on its S. side. In this village are a Roman Catholic Chapel, a Police Station, and a bridge called Webb's Bridge. The Royal Canal runs through this townland.