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Tullyhaw (Irish: Teallach Eathach) (which means 'The Territory of Eochaidh', an ancestor of the McGoverns, who lived c. 650 AD) is a Barony in County Cavan in the Republic of Ireland. The area has been in constant occupation since pre-4000 BC. Located in the northwest of the county, it has been referred to as Cavan's panhandle.
Teallach Eathach (Irish)
Barony map of County Cavan, 1900; Tullyhaw is in the northwest, coloured peach.
|Sovereign state||Republic of Ireland|
|• Total||363.62 km2 (140.39 sq mi)|
In 1579, East Breifne, then part of Connacht, was made a shire. The shire was named County Cavan (Irish: An Cabhán) after Cavan, the area's main town. The administration remained in the control of the local Irish dynasty and subject to the Brehon and Canon Law.
- two of which were assigned to Sir John O'Reilly and
- three to other members of the family;
- two remaining, possessed by the septs of
- Kinawley (also partly in baronies of Clanawley and Knockninny, both in County Fermanagh)
- https://cavantownlands.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Turbulence-in-Tullyhunco-CT2020.pdf[bare URL]
- "An Irishman's Diary". The Irish Times.
- Chisholm, Hugh, ed. (1911). Encyclopædia Britannica. 5 (11th ed.). Cambridge University Press. p. 572. .