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|Motto: The Well-Defined piece of Land|
|Elevation||171 m (561 ft)|
|Time zone||WET (UTC+0)|
|• Summer (DST)||IST (WEST) (UTC-1)|
|Irish Grid Reference||G864533|
The village has six old buildings, which are used. There are two local pubs, a supermarket, a health center, barracks station, shop & post. Also two churches, a primary school, a Protestant primary school, twenty-nine houses, a community centre and the Protestant remorical hall.
Bocóid = The Well-Defined piece of Land. Bogfhóid = The Soft Soil. Area 333 acres (1.35 km2). Population 83 (1841); 70 (1851); 61 (1861); 30 (1891); 23 (1911). Number of houses: 13 (1841); 13 (1851); 10 (1861); 10 (1891); 8 (1911). Part of Lareen Estate. Buckode National School stood on the site of the Fergus house. Buckode Post Office is to the south of the Dartry Road. Francis Sheeran taught a Hedge School here in 1835.