Synonyms for caherduggan or Related words with caherduggan

clenor              ballyhay              ballyclogh              kilbonane              imphrick              castletownroche              clonfad              kineagh              aghern              gortnaglogh              ballymorin              monanimy              ballyphilip              rathgoggan              killathy              rathnaveoge              corstown              taghsheenod              castlelost              coolbaun              castlequarter              killare              killahan              ballymacormick              caheravally              cloonlogher              killaan              killallaghtan              ballynamona              killashee              kilcomin              derryvillane              feighcullen              dunmoylan              kilcommock              moybolgue              marshalstown              piercetown              kilquane              gallstown              rathaspick              kilcumreragh              carrigparson              rathkieran              tuogh              derradda              cahernarry              killinane              kilgullane              mourneabbey             



Examples of "caherduggan"
O'Connell is originally from Caherduggan, Mallow, County Cork. He joined the Patrician Brothers at the age of 14, training in Tullow, Co. Carlow, and went on to study at National University of Ireland in Galway, formerly University College Galway. He spent two years in Patrician Secondary School, Newbridge before departing Ireland for the Great Rift Valley in Kenya in 1976 to teach geography at St. Patrick's High School in Iten, Keiyo District, Rift Valley Province in Kenya. He came to Iten expecting to stay just three months. He has lived in Iten ever since.
Sheehan's appointment to Doneraile was an important one and an implicit indication of the trust and confidence placed in him by his bishop. It was the largest territorial parish in the Diocese of Cloyne and incorporated the medieval parishes of Templeroan, Doneraile, Caherduggan, and Rossagh. Bishop Matthew McKenna's "Visitation Register" of 1785 mentions that the parish of Doneraile had 683 habitations while Cahirduggan possessed 200 and Templeroan 120. It had a long tradition of distinguished pastors since candidates for appointment to Doneraile were often chosen for their ability to promote cordial relations with the St. Legers, Viscount Doneraile, who were generally resident landlords, and politically known (and at times suspect) for their long tradition of enlightened tolerance for their Catholic tenantry which eschewed the traditionally bigoted outlook of their Boyle, Kingston, and Midleton counterparts.