Carranduff (in Irish, An Corrán Dubh, meaning "the black crescent" or "the black hook"), is in the parish of Kilglass on the north coast of Sligo. You can find more info about the townland at this link: https://www.townlands.ie/sligo/tireragh/kilglass/kilglass/carranduff/
I don't know the origin of the name, but interestingly the parish as a whole is shaped a bit like a sickle or hook.
At the above link, there are links to other records, such as Griffith's Valuation. I checked that link, and there was only one Feeny listed as a tenant in Carranduff, Owen Feeny. Perhaps he was the father of your James, or an older brother.
The parish records for Kilglass which are available online go back to 1825 and, unlike most parishes, they include a register of deaths, along with the usual registers of baptisms and marriages. You can find the records at this link: https://registers.nli.ie/parishes/0750