Synonyms for ballintogher or Related words with ballintogher
Examples of "ballintogher"
Connecting parishes with Ballygawley are Sooey, Collooney and
Cashelore is located on the southern slopes of Benbo Mountain, 1.3 km (¾ mile) northwest of
Carricknagat is located halfway between Ballygawley and
, near a source of the Ballisodare River.
was located near the Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway, which was begun in the 1870s and closed in 1957.
() is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. It is located approximately 8 kilometers southeast of the county town of Sligo on the R290 road between Ballygawley to the west and Dromahair in County Leitrim to the north-east. Known as "The Town of the Causeway",
is situated near Lough Gill, and the "Lake Isle of Innisfree" made famous by the poet W. B. Yeats.
Backaderry, Backnamullagh, Ballaghanery, Ballaghanery Upper, Ballaghbeg, Balleevy, Balleny, County Down, Balliggan, Ballinarry, Ballincurry, Ballincurry Upper, Ballindoalty, Ballindoalty Upper, Ballinlare, Ballinran, Ballinran Upper, Ballintaggart, Ballintine, Ballintlieve,
, Ballintur, Ballintur Upper, Balloo, Balloo Lower, Ballooly, Balloolymore, Balloonigan
St. Michael's is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based along the Sligo-Leitrim border comprising the Sligo portion of the parish of Killanummery and
in County Sligo, Republic of Ireland.
From the R287, the road goes west via
before reaching Ballygawley and briefly joining the R284. From Ballygawley, the road continues west to the N4 and Collooney. From Collooney the road follows the route of the former N4 before reaching the N59 at Ballysadare. The R290 is long.
Harkin was born in
, County Sligo in 1953. She is a graduate of University College, Dublin, with a Bachelor of Science degree in geology. She worked as a teacher of mathematics in a secondary school in Sligo town for 23 years. She lived in Manorhamilton, County Leitrim, with her husband, Seán Harkin, where he ran a grocery business until his death in 1996. After her husband's death, Harkin and her two sons moved to Sligo Town, where they now live.
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