Synonyms for carrowduff or Related words with carrowduff

kilfarboy              ballynahown              ennistimon              kilmacduane              killanummery              tiaquin              clonlisk              clonagh              kilkeedy              cullenagh              rathreagh              ibrickan              shanid              emlagh              killinane              moyarta              kilmoylan              noughaval              cloonclare              rathconnell              dunmoylan              tubbrid              carrigallen              kildrumsherdan              ballynamona              ballyshane              ballybaun              kilmanaheen              ballynamuddagh              kilfergus              inishlounaght              trughanacmy              rosconnell              tankardstown              kilmacshalgan              killoscobe              ballyknock              kilfearagh              killilagh              kilmurryely              kilcolman              kilbradran              pubblebrien              ballymahon              corrofin              corcomroe              gortnaglogh              aghanagh              templetogher              tagheen             



Examples of "carrowduff"
Townlands are Ballyellery, Ballyfaudeen, Caheraderry, Carrowduff, Curraghadoo, Killaspuglonane, Knocknaraha, Moymore North, Moymore South, Rannagh and Tullamore.
The MacCurtin family, who owned the townlands of Carrowduff in Killaspuglonane and Laghvally in Kilmacrechy, were noted for their scholarship.
The parish contains the townlands of Annagh, Applevale, Ballykinnacorra North, Ballykinnacorra South, Boherbullog, Cahercorcaun, Cahernamona, Carnane, Carrowduff, Carrownagarraun, Carrowvere, Craggaunboy, Clifden, Cregmoher, Curraghkeel, Drinagh, Gortcooldurrin, Gortnaglough, Killeen, Kihaska, Knocknareeha, Liscullaun, Loughnagowan, Maghera, Martry, Moanreel North, Moanreel South, Moherbullog, Moyhill, Poulbaun, Rafline, Rath, Roxton, Scool, Shessiv and Tonlegee.
Several musical west Clare families, predominantly in the Miltown Malbay area, were alleged to have had regular contact with Garrett Barry. Most notably these included the Bourkes in Miltown itself, the Carrolls in Freagh, the Crehans around Carrowduff, the Lenihans of Knockbrack and the Clancys of Illaunbaun. The latter, like James MacCurtin, also claimed some bardic ancestry and Garrett had a strong influence on Gilbert Clancy who was a generation younger. Other musicians, who had known Barry in their youth and acknowledged his legacy into the twentieth century were Thady Casey from Annagh, Hugh Curtin in Cloghaun Beg and Nell Galvin (née McCarthy) of Moyasta. Later, as a flute-player and singer, Gilbert Clancy was to tutor his son, Willie, in the finer points of Garrett’s music. Though born almost twenty years after the piper’s death, Willie Clancy is widely believed to have exhibited much of Barry’s style and repertoire through his father’s insistent teaching.