townland


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townland

(ˈtaʊnlænd)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Irish a division of land of various sizes
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Tenders are invited for provide a new access point with associated drainage and earthworks to lough muckno for anglers in the townland of concra, castleblayney, adjacent to south lodge, incorporating a new entrance onto the public road and a vehicular access track parallel to the lake shore with 6 no.
Organised by the Townland Boxing Club, the vigil started at the leisure centre before crowds moved to Mill Road for a memorial outside the dead man's home.
These are predominantly in rural Ireland where people give their townland as their address.
Researchers examined census returns for Derry in 1831 and identified James Donnelly as the head of household 49 in the townland of Stramore in the parish of Ballynascreen.
40pm on Sunday on a stretch of road between Buncrana and Clonmany in the townland of Glassmullen.
JOHN CASHMAN ARRIVED in Northern Ireland two days after the August 15, 1998, Omagh bombing planning to study the way that oral tradition illuminates the nature of community and identity in the townland of Ballymongan, in the parish Aghyaran, a mixed Catholic-Protestant area along the southwestern border of County Tyrone.
There is a brilliant map of the townland of County Wicklow overlain on Wicklow's rugged topography (p.
Tenders are invited for the contract requires archaeological consultancy services in advance of construction of the n59 maam cross to oughterard road scheme in the maam cross to bunnakill sector (5 km), from chainages 255900 to 260900, extending between lurgan townland and bunnakill townland.
GUBLUSK BAY, KILLADEAS Townland Properties Ltd were turned down for a tourist resort including a marina, RNLI station, WWII heritage exhibition, restaurant, shops and accommodation in Co Fermanagh.
Gardai yesterday remained at the scene in the townland of Tullycross.
From Famine Ireland to Immigrant America, Mary Lee Dunn uses a wide variety of primary sources such as documents, census reports, letters, genealogies, newspapers, and many books and articles to inform readers of how and why tenant farmers in Ballykilcline Townland, Kilglass Parish, Ballintobber Barony, County Roscommon left Ireland and settled in many parts of New England, other East Coast communities, and the Midwest, namely LaSalle County, Illinois; Clayton County, Iowa; and Minnesota near the Twin Cities.