|Organisation :||Waterford County Museum|
|Article Title :||Tallow : An Outline History|
|Page Title :||Townlands of Tallow|
|Page Number :||7|
|Publication Date :||09 November 2013|
|Expiry Date :||Never Expires|
Ballyhander: "Irish - Brid Sandaur" - "English - Sanders Homestead"
Bailnaha: "Irish - Beal an Atha" - "English - Ford Mouth"
Carrigroe: "Irish - Carraig Rua" - "English - Red Stone or Rock"
Glenaboy: "Irish - Gleann Abha Buide" - " English - Glen of the yellow river"
Gleannaglough: "Irish - Gleann na gCloc" - "English - Glen of the stones"
Hunt Hill: "Irish - Cnocan an Faidhaig" - "English - Hill of the Hunting"
Kilbeg: "Irish - Coill Beag" - "English - Little wood"
Kilcalf: "Irish - Cill Chata" - "English - Cahas Church" The site of the early church is well defined by the roadside, on the small townland of Loughnatouse.
Loca Liatha: "English - Grey Pond"
Kilmore: "Irish - Cill More" - "English - Great Church" The church site is near the centre of a large field to the north of Tallow - Youghal road. A few large trees near the spot indicate the site.
Bothar Bui: "English - Yellow Road" Old Road, Youghal direction.
Baile Hulk: A well known locality abutting the western road. Meaning unknown.
Forge Lane: Old road leading to site of smelting. Slag, clinkers etc. are in abundance there.
Kilwinney: "Irish - Cill mo Finghin" - "English - My Finghin's Church" The ancient church site is close to a farmhouse near the eastern boundary of the townland.