Aghamore, County Fermanagh

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Aghamore (from Irish Achadh Mor, meaning "great field") is a townland which is located in the Civil Parish of Inishmacsaint, to the north-west of Derrygonnelly, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.[1] The townland contains Carrick Church and graveyard (grid ref: H0962 5388), which are Scheduled Historic Monuments.[2]


In 1498 after the death of his daughter, Gilbert O' Flannagain had a church (Carrick church) erected at Aghamore in those times known as Achadh-Mor-Baile-Ui-Flannagain in the parish of Inishmacsaint in the Barony of Magheraboy.[3]

O'Flanagan made his residence on an artificiall island in Carrick lough not far from his church. [4]

In 1672, this townland was known as Aghamore in the Barony of Magheryboy [1] and was the medieval seat of the O Flanagans. [5]

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  1. ^ a b Place Names NI - Aghamore
  2. ^ "Scheduled Historic Monuments (to 15 October 2012)" (PDF). NI Environment Agency. Retrieved 29 November 2012. 
  3. ^ Terry B. Barry (1 Nov 2002). The Archaeology of Medieval Ireland. Routeledge. p. 195. Retrieved 2014-08-21. 
  4. ^ Michael O Cleary (1856). Annals-of-the-Kingdom-of-Ireland-vol4. Retrieved 2012-08-25. 
  5. ^ Bell, Robert; The Book of Ulster Surnames, page 68. The Black Staff Press, 2003. ISBN 0-85640-602-3