Lis Gabhail (Lisgoole)

  • religious foundations
Abbey on the southern banks of upper Lough Erne.

See also: Ádam Ó CianáinÓ Cianáin (Ádam)
(fl. 14th century)
Ó Cianáin (Adhamh)
Ádam Ó Cianáin of Lisgoole, Co. Fermanagh, Irish scribe. His obit is recorded in AFM s.a. 1374.
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Reference works, Online: Northern Ireland Place-Name Project (Queen’s University Belfast), in association with Land and Property Services, Department of Finance and Personnel (Northern Ireland), 2013–present. URL: <>.
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MacShamhráin, Ailbhe, Nora White, Aidan Breen, and Kim R. McCone, Monasticon Hibernicum: early Christian ecclesiastical settlement in Ireland, 5th to 12th centuries, Online: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, School of Celtic Studies, 2008–present. URL: <>.
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