Synonyms for clontuskert or Related words with clontuskert
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A founder of the
Company, Irish Republican Army, Coleman was sworn into the Irish Republican Army in June 1917 by Liam Mellows at Crossconnell along with "Eugene and Alfie Curley, Tommy Murray, Tom Shiel, Pat Joe Kelly, Jimmy and Michael Coen, P.J. Parker, N.T., Willie Cormican, Berney Fallon and Paddy Barry …
Company was attached to the 3rd Battalion of the 1st Brigade I.R.A., the headquarters of which was at Ballinasloe."
Gaelic games in the Kiltormer area have been recorded as far back as 1897. Down through the years
, Lawrencetown and Kiltormer affiliated separate teams, while Ganaveen and Tristaun also formed separate clubs.
She subsequently spent seven years in New York City, returning in 1919. In 1920 she married Martin Hopkins of Chapelfinnerty, Ahascragh. In 1959 the family moved to Ganaveen,
. Her descendants still live in the parish.
Kiltormer GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the
, Lawrencetown and Kiltormer areas outside Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland. The club is primarily concerned with the game of hurling.
A native of Coolebeg,
, County Galway, McLoughlin was the centre of an international event when she was taken hostage in Ethiopia in 1984. She had been working with "Concern" (now Concern Worldwide) at Korem since November 1983, as an administrator of aid to Somali refugees of local wars.
A native of Barnacragh, Ballinasloe, his grandparents lived on the Seymour estate at
. Trained as a missionary priest, Kelly joined the SMA (Society for African Missions), attending the seminary at Blackrock Road, Cork City. Ordained there on the 29 June 1921, he spent much of his religious life in Nigeria. Many of his colleagues died on the missions.
Nothing appears to be known of the background of Connell. He was appointed Bishop of Aughrim by Saint Patrick; the site of his church is now believed to be at Foats or Levallynearl townland in the parish. The adjoining parish of
contains the townlands of Crossconnell More and Crossconnell Beg, which commemorate his name. Aughrim parish is bordered on the north by the parish of Kilgerrill, and there is a tradition concerning a dispute between Connell and Saint Kerrill, though this tradition is believed to have its roots in a dispute between the parishes as much as a thousand years later.
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