Ela – Agappala ela from Mul oya, opposite Kitulpe, south of Hanguranketa.
Population in 1881, 64 (33 males, 31 females); in 1891, 63 (29 males, 34 females). Jaggery Caste and Vellala.
Extent under paddy 76 acres.
Daluketiye Dewale (in ruins).
Families – Ambekandurage (Jud. Com., August 22, 1827).
(1781 A.D.) That the portion of land belonging to my mother of the family of Konege in Agappala, of Megoda Tihe in Hewaheta, consisting of Agalakumbura two pelas, Hirankumbura three pelas, Ekiriya two pelas, Nikatalawahena, Galkotuwahena, and the houses and gardens, &c., thereto belonging, have been granted to Ambekandure Appu on Friday, the 13th day of the decreasing moon in the constellation Muwasirisa in the month Unduwak in the year Saka 1703. Gammeda Kandura Pukale Amo Appu, Ekiriya Panditaya, Mimura Gamaya, Dorakumbura, and Mitiyele Deniya Gammahe bear witness to this if any should dispute it; such disputants shall incur evil, but Menikrala shall be in no danger, though he swear on the ordeals
(1817 A.D.) From Ambekandurege Ukkurala to his nephew Kawrala, giving two pelas of Bogahakumbura, &c. Witnesses: Wanni Naide, Huganiyage Korala, Pukalamadege Punchirala, Appuhami of the same family, Hapuwela Panditaya, and Kattadiya.
This village is noted for its good potter's clay. The Agappala ela, or Hiranella ela, irrigates 32 acres.