Synonyms for clarmallagh or Related words with clarmallagh

upperwoods              cullenagh              abbeyleix              kilmanman              slievemargy              tinnahinch              clonlisk              clandonagh              offerlane              ballyadams              clankee              tiaquin              ballyboy              rearymore              shanid              rathsaran              coolestown              dysartgallen              ballyvaghan              aghmacart              ballybritt              castlerahan              ballymahon              clonmacnowen              kildrumsherdan              carrigallen              rosconnell              ballycowan              ballynamona              enniskeen              ballynamuddagh              mountmellick              kilconnell              castlebrack              rathaspick              kiltartan              knockbride              ballynakill              trughanacmy              kilmoylan              noughaval              kilcolman              killabban              tullygarvey              glenquin              moycashel              cloonclare              glennamaddy              bailieborough              lisduff             

Examples of "clarmallagh"
Upper Ossory comprised one third of the territory of Queen's County. From the time of the Down Survey it was for many purposes divided into three subunits called "cantred"s; namely Clarmallagh, Clandonagh, and Upperwoods. The Ordnance Survey of Ireland's first edition maps of 1836–42 regarded these as baronies superseding Upper Ossory, as did the 1841 census. The Grand Jury (Ireland) Act, 1836 empowered the grand jury of a county to subdivide large baronies. Whereas an order in council of 22 December 1841 refers to "that part of the barony of Upper Ossory, in the Queen's County, which is commonly called the Cantred of Clarmallagh, and which, according to the ordnance survey, is named the barony of Clarmallagh", another order in council of 9 February 1842 refers simply to "the barony of Clarmallagh". The 1846 "Parliamentary Gazetteer" recorded Upper Ossory as having been "a few years ago practically abolished".
Coolkerry () is a civil parish in the barony of Clarmallagh in County Laois. It is separated into two disjoint areas by an arm of Aghaboe civil parish.
The Redistribution of Seats Act 1885 defined the division as including the Baronies of Clandonagh, Clarmallagh, Maryborough West, Tinnahinch, and Upper Woods, and part of the Barony of Portnahinch.
The political geography of the parish is further complicated by the fact that it is divided between two baronies. Coolnaboul East is in the barony of Clandonagh while the rest of the parish is in the barony of Clarmallagh.
Upper Ossory was formerly an administrative barony in the south and west of Queen's County (now County Laois) in Ireland. In late Gaelic Ireland it was the túath of the Mac Giolla Phádraig (Fitzpatrick) family and surviving remnant of the once larger kingdom of Ossory. The northernmost part of the Diocese of Ossory and medieval County Kilkenny, it was transferred to the newly created Queen's County in 1600. In the 1840s its three component cantreds, Clarmallagh, Clandonagh, and Upperwoods, were promoted to barony status, thereby superseding Upper Ossory.