Synonyms for clankee or Related words with clankee

kildrumsherdan              enniskeen              tullygarvey              bailieborough              knockbride              slievemargy              drumgoon              clanmahon              castlerahan              clonlisk              tiaquin              coshlea              bawnboy              shanid              cloonclare              cootehill              ballynamona              clonmacnowen              carrigallen              drumlumman              kilmanman              coshma              glenquin              slievardagh              kilmoylan              ballybritt              moybolgue              drumahaire              ballynaclogh              rosclogher              ballynakill              killanummery              cullenagh              clarmallagh              rathaspick              trughanacmy              tirhugh              glennamaddy              rathconrath              tinnahinch              coolestown              ballymachugh              upperwoods              kilbarron              ballymahon              ballyadams              tirerrill              kilflyn              kilmanaghan              kilconnell             

Examples of "clankee"
Farney is bordered to the north by Cremorne, County Monaghan; to the east by Upper Dundalk, Louth and Ardee, County Louth; to the south by Lower Slane, County Meath; and to the west by Clankee, County Cavan.
Cremorne barony is bordered to the north by Monaghan; to the northwest by Dartree; to the south by Farney (all the preceding are also in County Monaghan); to the east by Tiranny, Upper Fews and Armagh, County Armagh; and to the southwest by Clankee and Tullygarvey, County Cavan.
The Múrna (Old Irish: Mugdorna) were pushed out of northern Meath sometime after 800 by the Gailenga Mora. The Gailenga left their name in the barony of Morgallion () in northern County Meath. Tribes of the Gailenga Mora were located in the baronies of Morgallion and Lower Kells in county Meath, and the barony of Clankee in County Cavan, in the early eighth century.
Philip Og O’Reilly died early in 1703 and is probably buried in France. He left at least two sons, Maol Mordha O’Reilly and Friar Sean O’Reilly. Poem XXIII in James Carney's 'Poems on the O'Reillys' was written to commemorate his death by the author Fr. Thomas O’Clery, parish priest of Killann, Barony of Clankee, County Cavan.
William Bailie (died ) was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland. In 1610, under the Ulster Plantation, William was given a grant of in the proportion of Toneregie, now Tandragee, in the Barony of Clankee in County Cavan. He built Bailieborough Castle close to what was to become the town of Bailieborough and settled a number of Scottish families in the area. He is credited as the founder of the town of Bailieborough, although the present town did not develop until the 19th century when Colonel William Young of Loughgall, County Armagh owned the estate.