Synonyms for ballynacourty or Related words with ballynacourty
Examples of "ballynacourty"
(), is a rural area on the southern coast of Ireland near Dungarvan, County Waterford.
Clann Fhergail was a cantred located in County Galway, comprising the baronies of Moycullen and Galway, the parishes of Oranmore and
Ballysteen footballers in the first 30 years of the club included Pat Holland,Tom Holland, Ned Holland (Upper Ballinvoher) Jack Somers (Ballyvaddock) Joe Somers (Ballyvaddock) Jim Casey (Ballyvaddock) Dick McKnight (Ballinacourty) Mick Doran (
) Paddy Meskell (Ballinvoher) Dan Meskell (Ballinvoher) Jack (Boney) O’Shaughnessy (Ballycanauna) Dan Holland(Lower Ballinvoher) Tom Mann (Ballyaglish) Dan Neville (Ballyaglish) Tom Walsh, Paddy Walsh, Henry Walsh (Drominycullane) Paddy O’ Shaughnessy (Ballinvoher) Michael Kenrick(Ballycanauna) Jack Shaughnessy.
In 1938, Crean became ill with a burst appendix. He was taken to the nearest hospital in Tralee, but as no surgeon was available, he was transferred to the Bon Secours Hospital in Cork, where his appendix was removed. Because the operation had been delayed, an infection developed, and after a week in the hospital he died on 27 July 1938, shortly after his sixty-first birthday. He was buried in his family's tomb at the cemetery in
Aidhne, also known as Uí Fhiachrach Aidhne, Maigh Aidhne / Maigh nAidhne ("Plain (of) Aidhne"), was the territory of the Uí Fiachrach Aidhne, a tuath (tribal kingdom) located in the south of what is now County Galway in the south of Connacht, Ireland. Aidhne is coextensive with the present diocese of Kilmacduagh. The territory of Aidhne is bounded on the west by Loch Lurgain (Galway Bay) and the barony of Burren in County Clare in the province of Munster. County Clare also bounds Aidhne on its south and south-east side. Aidhne is bounded on the east by the low mountains of Sliabh Echtghe / Slieve Aughty, which separate Uí Fhiachrach Aidhne from the territory of Uí Mhaine in eastern County Galway. On the north-east Aidhne is bounded by the plains of Uí Mhaine and on the north by Maigh Mucruimhe (the area around Athenry). On the north-west Aidhne is bounded by the parish of Meadhraighe / Maree (
) which is in the territory of Uí Bhriúin Seola.
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