Synonyms for carrigallen or Related words with carrigallen

rosclogher              cloonclare              drumahaire              oughteragh              bawnboy              rossinver              killasnet              ballynakill              drumreilly              killanummery              tiaquin              tullygarvey              inishmagrath              mohill              tobercurry              glennamaddy              bailieborough              clankee              castlerahan              enniskeen              knockbride              cootehill              clonmacnowen              kilglass              cloone              ballymahon              kildrumsherdan              tirerrill              kiltartan              dunkellin              clonlisk              leyny              ballybritt              shrule              manorhamilton              shanid              ballymoe              gorteen              drumgoon              trughanacmy              kilbarron              boylagh              cullenagh              templetogher              rathaspick              killarga              glenquin              banagh              kilconnell              kilmacteige             

Examples of "carrigallen"
Carrigallen barony takes its name from the village of Carrigallen (, "beautiful stone").
Below is a list of settlements in Carrigallen barony:
Carrigallen () is a barony in County Leitrim, Republic of Ireland.
Carrigallen is found in southeast County Leitrim, stretching from Bencroy to Garadice Lough to Gulladoo Lough.
Bus Éireann Thursdays only route 464 (Carrigallen-Ballinamore-Enniskillen) serves Corlough Cross.
The R203 road is a regional road in Ireland linking Arvagh in County Cavan to Carrigallen in County Leitrim.
Based on Irish parochial, baptismal and newspaper records,the Gaffney family lived in Tully, Carrigallen County Leitrim.
The R204 road, also called the Ballinamore–Carrigallen Road, is a regional road in Ireland, located in County Leitrim.
Bus Éireann local route 465 serves the town on Tuesdays only providing a link to Cavan, Arvagh, Ballinagh, Killeshandra and Carrigallen.
The Carrigallen GAA clubman represented Leitrim at Junior & senior level, playing in the 2010 FBD Insurance League & the National Football League (Ireland) Div. 4 campaign.
St. Patrick is said to have passed through this region. While there he baptised followers at St. Patrick's holy well in Aghawillin and before leaving the region he blessed the ancient graveyard of Errew. The 16th century graveyard is situated about 2 miles east of Carrigallen overlooking Gulladoo Lake. Throughout at least the 19th and 20th centurys, a number of annual fairs were held at Carrigallen on- April 12, May 7, May 28, August 9, October 8, and December 31.
Williams was first educated in Ballinamore and then in Carrigallen (both in County Leitrim). He moved to Dublin in 1984 to study journalism at the Rathmines School of Journalism but dropped out after one year.
Carrigallen () is a small village in County Leitrim, Ireland. It is located on the R201 and R203 roads in the east of the county. The English translation of Carraig Álainn is "beautiful rock".
Newtowngore or Newtown Gore, known before the Plantations of Ireland as Ducarrick (), is a village on the R199 regional road in County Leitrim, in the north of the parish of Carrigallen.
Killahurk Ring Fort can be reached 2 km from the village. The ringfort is 500m west of Carrigallen Lough and is a good example of an early medieval enclosure.
Woodford (Estate) Collins – Robert Collins was the lessor of several townlands in the parishes of Drumreilly and Oughteragh, baronies of Carrigallen and Mohill, at the time of Griffith's Valuation.
In 2009 the Leitrim Youth Theatre Company, Carrigallen, Ireland, mounted the first known live-theatre production of Margaret's life story. The stage performance "Our Story of Margaret of New Orleans" featured original music and songs.
The rivalry between these branches ultimately ended in victory for the O’Rourkes of Dromahair and a return to stability in the succession of kings in the 1530s. Following the defeat of Lochlainn Ó Ruairc of Carrigallen in 1458 and the dissolution of his kingdom, the Carrigallen O’Rourkes ceased to rule over Breifne ever again. The O’Rourkes of Carha were wholly crushed by Dromahair in 1536 when Brian Ballach consolidated power over the entire kingdom. These regional conflicts over succession never re-emerged following this due to the changing political landscape in Ireland, as English influence grew in the latter half of the 16th century and the clans united to fight against their encroachments.
Whartons Travel operate bus route 975 on behalf of the National Transport Authority. It serves the town six times a day (not Sundays) providing services to Longford via Drumlish and Cavan. Bus Éireann route 465, (Carrigallen-Killashandra-Cavan) serves the town on Tuesday.
David Rawle (born 16 October 2000) is an Irish actor from Carrigallen, County Leitrim. He is best known for starring in the Irish sitcom "Moone Boy", co-written by and co-starring Chris O'Dowd. In 2012, he was nominated at the British Comedy Awards for Best Comedy Breakthrough Artist.