Synonyms for addergoole or Related words with addergoole

kilconnell              ballynakill              tiaquin              kilcolman              aglish              gorteen              tirawley              dunkellin              rathconrath              clonmacnowen              clanmorris              rathreagh              templetogher              ballynahaglish              ballynamona              tagheen              aghamore              killeely              ballysakeery              kilglass              drumraney              burrishoole              glennamaddy              killaan              noughaval              killallaghtan              murrisk              kiltartan              ballymoe              lecarrow              swineford              kilcumreragh              trughanacmy              killadysert              clooneen              carrigallen              shanid              crossboyne              iraghticonnor              killosolan              ballynacourty              feenagh              ballyglass              kilbixy              moylough              killogilleen              moyarta              kilchreest              kilkeedy              clonlisk             

Examples of "addergoole"
Addergoole parish suffered the largest proportionate loss for any locality probably in the world when the RMS Titanic sank in 1912. The Addergoole Fourteen boarded the ship at Queenstown (Cobh). Three survived the disaster. There is a plaque in St Patrick's Church, Lahardane to the memory of the fourteen, as well as a memorial garden filled with sculptures to honour their memory.
Lahardane McHales GAA ("CLG Lath Ardan Mhic Eíl") is a Gaelic football club located in Lahardane, County Mayo. The club draws players from the parish of Addergoole. Lahardane McHales' club colours are black and gold.
Lahardane () is a small village in the parish of Addergoole, County Mayo, Ireland, adjacent to Lough Conn and to Nephin, and close to the towns of Crossmolina, Castlebar and Ballina. Population in 2011 was 156 .
Lahardane McHales GAA ("CLG Lath Ardan Mhic Eíl") is a Gaelic football club located in Lahardane, County Mayo. The club draws players from the parish of Addergoole. Lahardane McHales' club colours are black and gold.
Townlands are Addergoole, Attyslany North, Attyslany South, Aughrim, Ballaghaglash, Ballybornagh, Ballinlisheen, Ballyeighter, Bouleevin, Carrowcraheen, Carrownagoul, Castlequarter, Castlequarter Kilkeedy, Cloonselherny, Coolbaun, Creggaunycahill, Cross, Culleen, Cushacorra, Derreenatloghtan, Derrylumman, Derryowen, Drumnadeevna, Garrynacallaha, Kells, Kilcorkan, Killeenmacoog North, Killeenmacoog South, Kiltacky Beg, Kiltacky More, Killourney, Knockatermon, Knockroe, Kylecreen, Leitra, Lyan, Magheranraheen or Rockforest, Monreagh, Pouleenacoona, Poulmacrih, Poulroe, Poulataggle, Quakerstown, Rinacaha, Rinroe, Rockvale, Shanballysallagh, Templebannagh, Treanmanagh, Tulla, Turkenagh and Turloughmore.
In 1902 an oak log boat, (dugout) over 15m long and 1m wide, was found at Addergoole Bog, Lurgan, County Galway, Ireland and delivered to the National Museum of Ireland. The Lurgan boat radiocarbon date was 3940 +/- 25 BP. The boat has holes suggesting that it had an outrigger or was joined to another boat.
MacHale Park in Castlebar, County Mayo and Archbishop McHale College in Tuam are named after him. In his Birthplace the Parish of Addergoole, the local Gaa Club “Lahardane McHale's” is named in his Honour. The Dunmore GAA team is named after him "Dunmore Machales", which play underage teams to senior teams.
Historically, the people of Lahardane and the surrounding area helped the French army under General Humbert during the 1798 uprising when the local priest, Fr Andrew Conroy, led French and Irish forces to Castlebar though the Windy Gap, a passage through the Mountains. The British forces had been expecting the French to go to Foxford first, and were caught off-guard. This led to the "Races of Castlebar". After the uprising was put down, Fr Conroy was hanged on the Mall in Castlebar, and buried probably in the old abbey in Addergoole cemetery. A Celtic cross now stands proudly in Lahardane as a memorial to his bravery. The cross was erected in 1937 by Michéal Ó Tiomanaidhe, the famous Gaelic scholar, Irish writer and folklore collector who was born in Cartoon in the parish of Addergoole on 20 September 1853.
In early medieval times, the area was inhabited by the Gamarad, who were Kings of Connacht in prehistory. One of their kings, Ailill Finn, is stated to have held residence at Dun Atha Fene, now Caorthannan/Castlehill townland, in the parish of Addergoole and Crossmolina. The legend of the Táin Bó Flidhais tells the story of a cattle raid on Ailill Finn and his wife Flidais otherwise known as The Mayo Táin.