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Where exactly are/ were Tonybaun/ Toneban and Glanduff in Mayo

Can anyone help me locate Toneban/ Tonybaun which I believe is/was near Knockmore, Co Mayo?

Also the exact location Glanduff which I believe is/ was near Foxford? I would like to find these on an old or modern map - so if anyone can direct me to a source of 19th Century Mayo maps that would be great.

Thank you



Saturday 25th October 2014, 02:13PM

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  • I suspect the townlands you are looking for are Tonybaun and Glendaduff. You can find both on Griffiths Valuation maps. Use the slider bar in the top right hand corner of the map screen to overlay a modern map on the 1850s map.

    Ahoghill Antrim

    Saturday 25th October 2014, 02:25PM
  • Following on from the details above... Glendaduff  townland consists of just over 747  acres, in Attymass civil parish, and is about 9 km (nearly 6 miles) by road to the north east of the town of Foxford.
    see : Google Map Directions  (from Foxford) / 1st Ed. OSI Map (c1837)

    Tonybaun  townland consists of just over  293 acres, and is located in Ballynahaglish civil parish and abt 4km (just over 2 miles) north of Knockmore, or abt 10km north of Foxford. The townland Is located on the border with Attymass civil parish.
    see : Google Map Directions (from Knockmore) / 1st Ed. OSI Map



    Saturday 25th October 2014, 08:20PM
  • Thank you Shane. I wondered if Glanduff was Glendaduff.

    Thanks also for the Google map directions. Brilliant.



    Sunday 26th October 2014, 09:30AM
  • Thank you.


    Sunday 26th October 2014, 04:06PM
  • Thanks Shane and Elwyn. Good luck with your research Alison!

    Best wishes
    Clare Doyle
    Genealogy Support

    Clare Doyle

    Wednesday 29th October 2014, 01:32PM
  • Hi am from derreen next village to glanduff if u want to know anything let me know


    Tuesday 7th February 2017, 03:54PM