Searching for "MOUNTMELLICK"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Ardea Laoighis Ardea .-- par., N. Queen's co., containing part of Mountmellick town, 7726 ac., pop. 2520. Bartholomew
    CASTLEBRACK Laoighis Mountmellick; the chadel is on the townland of Clonaghedor, where there is a national school, in which are about 30 boys Lewis:Ireland
    Clara Hill Laoighis Clara Hill , 7 m. from Mountmellick, Queen's co.; P.O. Bartholomew
    CLONASLEE Laoighis Mountmellick, and 47 ¾ (W. S. W.) from Dublin; containing 514 inhabitants, and in the village 79 houses. This place Lewis:Ireland
    Coolbanagher Laoighis Coolbanagher , par., N. Queen's co., on Grand Canal, containing part of Mountmellick, 9621 ac., pop. 1290. Bartholomew
    COOLBANAGHER, or COOLBENGER Laoighis Mountmellick, 7456 inhabitants. It comprises 8623 statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act. The soil is generally fertile, and there Lewis:Ireland
    KILDARE Kildare Mountmellick. The summit level is in this county, from which each branch is amply supplied with water in the driest Lewis:Ireland
    Mountmellick Laoighis Mountmellick , market town and township, Ardea and Rosenallis pars., N. Queen's co., on branch of Grand Canal and Owenass Bartholomew
    Owenass Laoighis Queen's co.; rises in the Slievebloom mountains, and flows 11 miles NE. to river Barrow, 1½ mile below Mountmellick. Bartholomew
    PORTARLINGTON Laoighis Mountmellick. A short street on the north side of the square leads over another bridge into the road to Rathangan Lewis:Ireland
    Queen's County Laoighis Mountmellick, and Portarlington (part of); and 53 pars. For parliamentary purposes the county is divided into 2 divisions - viz., Ossory Bartholomew
    QUEEN'S County Laoighis Mountmellick, Mountrath, Stradbally, and Abbeyleix; the post-towns of Burros-in-Ossory, Rathdowney, Ballybrittas, Clonaslee, and Ballyroan; and the suburb Lewis:Ireland
    Rearymore Laoighis Rearymore , par., N. Queen's co., on river Barrow, 5 miles NW. of Mountmellick, 13,943 ac., pop. 1244. Bartholomew
    RERYMORE, or REARY Laoighis Mountmellick, on the road to Parsonstown; containing 2729 inhabitants. This parish is situated on the river Barrow, which is here Lewis:Ireland
    Rosenallis Laoighis Queen's co.- par. (containing part of Mountmellick), 14,118 ac., pop. 3864; vil., 3 m. NW. of Mountmellick, pop. 157; P.O. Bartholomew
    STRABOE Laoighis Mountmellick, on the road from Portarlington to Maryborough; containing 2176 inhabitants. The parish, which is situated near the river Onas Lewis:Ireland
    Summer Grove Laoighis Summer Grove , seat, 1½ mile W. of Mountmellick, N. Queen's co. Bartholomew
    TIPPERARY Tipperary Mountmellick, Roscrea and Cashel, to Carrick-on-Suir, was at one period proposed. Another extension was designed to proceed along Lewis:Ireland
    Trioge Laoighis Trioge , rivulet, Queen's co.; rises near Cullenagh mountain, and flows 14 miles N. to river Barrow, near Mountmellick. Bartholomew
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