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is served by a single city bus route, number 202, which runs from Mahon, through Blackrock,
, Cork City Centre, to Gurranabraher and Knocknaheeny.
is the name of several places in Ireland:
, Cappawhite, Donohill, Dundrum, Goold's Cross, Hollyford, Kilmore, Rathkennan, Rossmore.
Maurice (senior) died at his residence,
, Cork, on 9 November 1923 and was buried in St. Joseph's cemetery.
() is a suburb of Cork city, Ireland. The village is situated on the east side of the city with its limits extending to the River Lee and the village of Blackrock further to the east. Originally,
was a separate village but today it has been enclosed by the city.
Other memorial markers in
include the McCarthy Monument (constructed in the 19th Century at Diamond Hill to honour ex-MP Alexander McCarthy), and a plaque at the junction of Ardfoyle and Blackrock road (commemorating the 1798 hanging in
of an accused United Irishman).
At his death in 1943 at the age of 84, Stockley resided at Arundel,
, Cork. He is buried in St. Finbarr's Cemetery, Cork.
Ballymoyer House, now demolished, was an 18th-century country house which stood in a 7000-acre demesne in the townland of
, some 5 km (3 miles) north east of Newtownhamilton, County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Ballinlough Tennis Club has five outdoor courts in the community centre complex, and the Páirc Uí Rinn Gaelic Athletic Association grounds and the Cork Constitution rugby club lie on the border between Ballinlough and
Ballinlough () is a mainly residential townland and suburb on the southside of Cork city, in Ireland. It is located between
and the larger suburbs of Douglas and Blackrock.
Jimmy Brohan (born 18 June 1935 in
, Cork, Ireland) is an Irish retired sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club Blackrock and was a member of the Cork senior inter-county team from 1954 until 1963.
Boyd died at
, near Newry, at an advanced age, 18 September 1832. In the title-pages to two of his works the author is described as vicar of Drumgath in Ireland; but in biographical notices and in the obituary record of the "Gentleman's Magazine" for September 1832, he is described simply as vicar of Rathfriland and chaplain to the Earl of Charleville.
From 1878, WB Hartland operated a nursery at Temple Hill, before moving the business a short distance to Ard Cairn,
, in 1890. His bulb farm was approximately . Hartland sent flowers from his farm to various markets, including the one at Covent Garden. He also maintained the "Old Established Garden Seed Ware-House" at 24 Patrick Street, Cork.
The nearest currently active railway station is Kent Station Cork. However, from 1850 to 1932, the line of the Cork, Blackrock and Passage Railway ran just north of the village centre. From 1880 to 1932, there was a station along this stretch of line called the Show Ground Halt railway station, and this served
There are a total of 35 bus routes of which, 18 are "Citybus" routes serving areas like Cork City, Knocknaheeny, Ballinlough, Cork, Mahon, Cork, Mayfield, Cork, Frankfield, Cork,
and Farranree, Cork and 17 suburban routes serving towns such as Glanmire, Ballincollig, Carrigaline, Douglas, Midleton, Mallow, Cobh and Goleen.
Páirc Uí Chaoimh (, literally "O'Keeffe Park" in English) is a Gaelic games stadium in Cork, Ireland. The venue is located in
and is built on the site of the original Cork Athletic Grounds. The facility initially opened in 1976, and is closed for redevelopment works.
The Rings lived at Avondale Park in
for much of their married life. They experienced personal tragedy in raising their children: twin boys Christy and John were born in 1963, however, John died as an infant. Their daughter, Mary, was born in 1966.
, Cork, Ahern was the eighth and youngest child born to Patrick and Norah Ahern. He was educated at Crab Lane National School where his hurling skills were first developed and he quickly earned a reputation as the boy wonder of the school shield competitions.
During its time in the League of Ireland, Cork Bohemians played their home games at three grounds. They initially played at the Munster Agricultural Society's showgrounds in
, before moving to the Greyhound Park behind Páirc Uí Chaoimh. They also played at Turner's Cross.
George Boole, inventor of Boolean algebra (the basis of modern computer arithmetic) lived in
during his time as Professor of Mathematics at University College Cork. Boole is buried in the grounds of St.Michael's Church of Ireland on Church Road. James Finbarre McMullen, architect of the Honan Chapel at UCC, lived at number 9 Coppingerstang, Blackrock.
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