Kilcogy Townland and Village, County Cavan

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Location: Kilcogy, County Cavan, Irelandmap
Surnames/tags: Drumlumman Mullaghoran
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Ireland County Cavan Drumlumman Civil Parish Category for Kilcogy Townland

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Information and resources pertaining to the Townland and Village of Kilcogy, County Cavan, Ireland.

Note that there is also a wider Kilcogy Electoral District of which Kilcogy Townland is only a portion.[1]


Kilcogy Townland and Village

Irish or Alternate Name:  Chill Chóige
Civil Parish:   Drumlumman
Barony:   Clanmahon
County:  Cavan
Province:   Ulster
Electoral Division:   Kilcogy
Superintendent Registrar's District (SRD):   Granard
Registrar's District (Dispensary District)):   Finnea
Logainm Links:   Kilcogy Townland on  ;  Kilcogy Population Center on
Townlands Link:   Kilcogy Townland on



Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Postcard of Mullahoran R.C. Church ca. 1930's
Also known as The Church at Mullahoran or Mullaghoran.
Hosts the Roman Catholic Parish of Mullahoran & Loughduff (Drumlumman North); Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnois.
Located in Mullaghoran Townland near the border of Kilcogy, the church records include many residents of Kilcogy.
  • Microfilm of the following church records are online at National Library of Ireland (link to NLI):
Baptisms - 21 Jan. 1859 to 26 Dec. 1880
Marriages - 31 Jan. 1859 to 09 June 1881
Deaths - 07 Feb. 1859 to 26 Feb. 1875


Mullahoran Cemetery

Mullahoran Cemetery is in adjoining Mullaghoran Townland near the border of Kilcogy, and contains many past Kilcogy residents.


Civil Vital Records

  • The civil records listed below can be found online at by searching in the Civil Registration District/Office of Granard
Births: 1864 to 101 years old
Marriages: Non-Roman Catholic 1845 to 76 years old; Roman Catholic 1864 to 76 years old
Deaths: 1871 to 51 years old

Censuses and Lists

Other External Links


  1. Kilcogy Electoral Division, Co. Cavan at

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Nice work. I intend to copy this template for my family in Crosserlough Parish. Best wishes, Steve.
posted by Steve Thomas