Synonyms for ballyrobert or Related words with ballyrobert
Examples of "ballyrobert"
railway station served the village of
in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
is classified as a small village by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) (i.e. with population between 500 and 1,000 people). On Census day (29 April 2001) there were 587 people living in
. Of these:
In 1971 Stephenson Clarke sold her and a sister ship, "MV Steyning", to John Kelly in Northern Ireland. Kelly renamed her MV "
" after the village of
in County Antrim.
(Ballyclare East, Ballyclare West, Ballynure,
, and Doagh)
John W. Dundee was born (9th November 1921) in Larne, Country Antrim, Northern Ireland. He was the eldest son of William Dundee, a farmer in
, near Ballyclare, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The family home has now been converted into a restaurant, Barnabys in
. The farmland surrounding the house is now a golf course, Greenacres.
() is a small village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is about 4 km south of Ballyclare and has developed around the junction of the
Road and the Mossley Road/The Longshot. It had a population of 587 people in the 2001 Census. It is within the Newtownabbey Borough Council area.
The local school in
is called Thompson Primary School. Thompson Primary is for both males and females aged between 4 and 12 years.
Seahill railway station is located in the townland of
in the Seahill area of Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland. The station was opened on 4 April 1966.
Seahill is a village on the northern coast of County Down, Northern Ireland. It is within the townland of
, with Holywood to the west and Helen's Bay and Crawfordsburn to the east. Seahill was once a stand-alone settlement but it is now joined to Holywood and the Greater Belfast conurbation. In the 2001 Census it had a population of 1,186 people.
Jack Wilson was born in
, Craigavad, County Down to James and Eileen (née Aiken) Wilson. He had four brothers and one sister. At the age of eleven he developed abdominal tuberculosis, a disease which almost ended his life. Prevented from joining in lessons with other children, Wilson was given books to read by his teacher, a Mr Cameron, and he quickly developed a love for the works of Robert Louis Stevenson, C. S. Forester and James Fenimore Cooper.
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, Ballyronan, Ballyrory, Ballyscullion, Ballyskeagh, Ballystrudder, Ballyvoy, Ballywalter, Balnamore, Banagher, Banbridge, Bangor, Bannfoot, Belcoo, Belfast, Bellaghy, Bellanaleck, Bellarena, Belleek, Belleeks, Benburb, Bendooragh, Beragh, Bessbrook, Blackskull, Blackwatertown, Blaney, Bleary, Boho, Brackaville, Bready, Brockagh, Brookeborough, Broomhill, Broughshane, Bryansford, Buckna, Burnfoot, Burren, Bushmills
Ballyobegan, Ballyoran, Ballyorgan, Ballyphilip, Ballyplunt, Ballyquintin, Ballyrainey, Ballyrawer, Ballyreagh, Ballyree, Ballyregan, Ballyrenan, Ballyrickard, Ballyridley,
, Ballyrogan, Ballyrogan or Mourne, Ballyrolly, Ballyroney, Ballyrush, Ballyrushboy, Ballyrusley, Ballyrussell, Ballysallagh, Ballysallagh Major, Ballysallagh Minor, Ballysheil, Ballyskeagh, Ballyskeagh High, Ballyskeagh Lower, Ballyspurge, Ballystockart, Ballystokes, Ballystrew, Ballysugagh, Ballytrim, Ballytrustan, Ballyurnanellan, Ballyvally, Ballyvange, Ballyvarley, Ballyvarnet, Ballyvaston, Ballyveagh Beg, Ballyveagh Beg Upper, Ballyveagh More, Ballyveagh More Upper, Ballyvester, Ballyvicknacally, Ballyviggis, Ballywaddan, Ballywallon, Ballywalter, Ballyward, Ballywarren, Ballywatticock, Ballyweely, Ballywhiskin, Ballywhite, Ballywhollart, Ballywierd, Ballywilliam, Ballywillin, Ballywillwill, Ballywoodan, Ballyworfy
Galboly Lower, Galboly Mountain North, Galboly Mountain South, Galboly Upper, Galdanagh, Galgorm Parks, Gallagh, Gallanagh, Gally Hill, Ganaby, Garriffgeery, Garryduff, Garry Lower, Gartford, Gartree, Garvaghy, Gillistown, Glasmullen, Glassaneeran Lower, Glebe, Glenaan, Glenariff Mountain Upper East, Glenafiff Mountain Upper West, Glenariff Mountain Lower, Glenarm Demesne, Glenavy, Glenbuck, Glengad, Glengormly, Glenhead, Glenhugh, Glenleslie, Glenlough, Glenmakeeran, Glenmanus, Glenmullion, Glenocum, Glore, Glenstaghy, Glenstall, Glentask, Glentop or Ardaghmore, Glenville or Leamore, Glenwhirry, Gloonan, Glynn, Gobrana, Goodland, Gortaclee, Gortagharn, Gortaghragan, Gortahar, Gortaheran, Gortamaddy or White Hall, Gortateea, Gortcarney, Gortconny, Gortereghy, Gortfad, Gortgarn, Gortgill, Gortgole, Gortin, Gortlane, Gortmillish, Gortnacapple, Gortnacor, Gortnacor Lower, Gortnagallon, Gortnageeragh, Gortnagory, Gortnagross Middle, Gortnee, Gortrany, Gowkstown alias Ault, Gracehill, Granagh, Grange of
, Grange of Ballywalter, Grange of Carmavy, Grange of Inispollan Mountain, Grange of Mallusk, Grange of Umgall, Grange Park, Gransha, Great Deer Park, Greenaghan, Greenan, Greenhill, Green Island, Greenland, Greenshields Lower, Greenville, Groggan, Gruig
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