"KILLEMLAGH, a parish in the barony of Iveragh, county Kerry, province of Munster, Ireland, 5 miles S.W. of Cahirsiveen, its post town. It is 7 miles long by 6 broad. The surface lies along the bay to which the parish gives name, near Valentia and Bolus Head. The islands of Puffin, Bolus, and Ballinskelligs come within the limits. There is a good deal of lofty mountain land. The living is a rectory in the diocese of Ardfert and Aghadoe, value with two others, £116. There is a Roman Catholic chapel. Belville is the chief seat."
"PORTMAGEE, a small village and fishing harbour in the parish of Killemelagh, barony of Iveragh, county Kerry, province of Munster, Ireland, near Bray Head."
"PUFFIN ISLAND, an islet off the coast of county Kerry, in the parish of Killemlagh, Ireland, 5 miles S.E. of Bray Head."
"THE SKELLIGS, a group of 3 islands in the parish of Killemelagh, barony of Iveragh, county Kerry, province of Munster, Ireland. They lie off Bolus Head, 6 miles to the W.S.W., and a little less from Bray Head. They are distinguished as the Great and Little Skelligs, and the Lemon Rock. On Little Skellig great numbers of Solan geese are captured, and on Great Skellig are the ruins of an abbey, to which in former times pilgrims resorted to worship before a rude cross carved on an overhanging cliff. Two lights are exhibited-one visible at 25 miles, the other at 18 miles.