Lisnagroobe (Fort of the Hooves) is a small townland situated  in County Roscommon close to the border of Mayo  in Ireland – about 10Km from Ballyhaunis (Co. Mayo). It is sometimes spelt as Lisnagroob

Lisnagroobe is in the ancient parish of Kiltullagh which covers Ballinlough, Cloonfad and Granlahan. The nearest Church, pub and post office are in Granlahan which is about 3km away.

The village of Lisnagroobe is at the foot of the “Hill of Kiltullagh”. The hill, with it’s ruined church is a dominant feature in the local landscape. At the highest point of the hill is a standing stone which is inscribed with ogham writing. The area underneath the stone was excavated by archaeologists from Manchester University (England)

See 1901 Census from Lisnagroob