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    Feakle Parish, Townland of Corabehagh, subd. of Fahey: Michael Cullen, wife, son, and daughter dwelt in "a building formed by nature in a mountainy clift, like a hermit's cave or cell." — Enumerator's note in 1821 Census, Public Record Office, Dublin.
    The same enumerator gives James Cullinan, labourer, his wife, son, and daughter, as dwelling in the Island of Loch Graney in the townland of Flagmount, subd. of Knockbehagh, adding: "This is a beautiful lake, surrounded with high mountains and also with natural and artificial woods on the brows of it."

    Risteárd Ó Foghludha, Piaras Béaslaí, 1912

    Detail from Bowen map of Ireland, 1747.
    Above: detail from Bowen map of Ireland, 1747.
    Map © Cartography Associates, from the Rumsey Collection.

    Left: detail from satellite photo (click for larger version).

    Charon (MIT Project) 1989, James Coleman ©