Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Mungha By. Surveyors Sketch Map
Mung-ha C. C. Collector
Munga Co. Map
Mung-ha Rev. Peter Fitzmorris, P.P.
Proprietor Augustus John O’Neil, Esq., late Lieut. 13th light Dragoons, Bunowen Castle, Ballindoon Parish. Agent John R. Berwick, Esq., Ballinahich held under lease. Rent £10 per year. Soil the greater part coarse pasturable bog, part swampy with a little arable land of a limestone quality attached to the few houses on townland. Co. Cess 20d. paid per acre for 18 acres. Small name:s Lough Rusheen-wa-guinnaun S. tld., Loughvaul-a-tdheeaunn, Thunnee, West of the 2 latter., W. of do., W of latter R. Owen-a-dherra yorrun runs from Lough Cruchoth divides Anungha from Derragorriv and runs into Derrawauking Lough. River Oeeng-a-tdheeaun runs from Lough-na-gung-hee and runs on by Ballinaboy Bridge. Lough-a-vrick-wore in N. Western part of townland. Lough-na-mackan N.E. of the latter. Doolough-veg-a-yarth-ardh E. of the latter, Lough cruo-choth, in East part of this townland in boundary of Moyrus Parish. Lough-an-arroor in Southern part of townland Lough-chnuckaun-an-ulree East of latter. Lough-na-gunghee in South part of townland in mere of Moyrus Parish and Mungha townland. Loughbeg-a-pfulleen-dharree in S.E. part of Mungha townland inmere of Moyrus Parish, Lough-na-can-dharree in N. part of Mungha. Lough-vickel in W.By. of t.ld and E. By. of Ardagh.