- See Carrowbrowne Graveyard.
- See Griffith's Valuation for land owners living in Carrowbrowne in the 1850's.
- The 1911 Census may have a different angle.
- The Townland used to be part of Lord Oranmore and Browne's estate ... Read on..
- One of Castlegar's Castles in situated to the South East - Carrowbrowne Castle.
- This is not easy to verify, but this place may have been known as Qwarown Browne ?
- Toward the South of this Townland, is the Graveyard, one of many in Castlegar.
- To the South is Pollkeen and Ballygurrane.
- To the North West is Killoughter.
- Sample Coordinates for Carrowbrowne are 53.316441 , -9.025679 . Village Coordinates; 53.32091 , -9.031392.
- Elevation - Varies, but roughly 79 to 26 feet (24.079 to 7.92 metres).
- The Geology changes from rocky hills to marshy bogs.
- Carrowbrowne National School
- Carrowbrowne is on both sides of the N84 (Galway to Headford Road, which is relatively new, compared to the Townland), and about three miles North East of Galway City.
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^ A 1840's image of a Map, showing Carrowbrowne Village.
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