Synonyms for cootehill or Related words with cootehill

tullygarvey              bailieborough              castlerahan              kildrumsherdan              clankee              bawnboy              carrigallen              knockbride              tiaquin              drumgoon              carrickmacross              ballymahon              rathkeale              glennamaddy              drumahaire              ballynakill              enniskeen              castleblayney              abbeyleix              clonlisk              manorhamilton              kilbarron              rosclogher              inishmagrath              edenderry              shrule              mohill              cloonclare              ballybritt              coshlea              shanid              glenties              ballinasloe              baltinglass              rossinver              banagh              dunkellin              kilmoylan              tirhugh              coolestown              tirerrill              kiltartan              ematris              ballymachugh              ballymoe              cullenagh              loughrea              dartree              killanummery              tinnahinch             



Examples of "cootehill"
Cootehill (; ) is a prominent market town and townland in County Cavan, Ireland. It was formerly part of the neighbouring townland of Munnilly, . Cootehill lies within the barony of Tullygarvey.
Cabragh Ringfort is located about southwest of Cootehill.
Born in Cootehill, County Cavan, he was educated at St. Aidan's Comprehensive School, Cootehill; University College Dublin; Trinity College, Dublin; St Patrick's College of Education and the Dublin Institute of Technology. O'Reilly is a primary schoolteacher by profession.
The Cootehill of this era has a surprising link to communist and labour history, as well. A branch of the International Workingmen's Association (IWA) was established in Cootehill in 1872, along with branches in Dublin, Cork, and Belfast.
Traditionally Cootehill Celtic have always worn green and white hooped jerseys.
Humphreys was educated at St Aidan's Comprehensive School in Cootehill, County Cavan. She worked for a number of years with Ulster Bank. Prior to her election to Dáil Éireann she was Manager of Cootehill Credit Union.
Hugh 'Hughie' O'Reilly was a Gaelic footballer and manager for Cavan and Cootehill Celtic GAA Club.
He died from drowning near his home in Cootehill, County Cavan in July 1989.
Cootehill Railway Station was on the Dundalk and Enniskillen Railway in the Republic of Ireland.
The old station and associated buildings now form Cootehill Livestock Mart.
Errigal Ringfort is located about west-southwest of Cootehill, just north of the Annalee River.
Cavan is divided into three local district council areas: Bailieborough-Cootehill, Ballyjamesduff-Virginia and Cavan-Belturbet, which hold 18 county council seats in total. There were also three town Councils: Cavan, Belturbet and Cootehill but these were disbanded during the 2014 local elections. The 2014 Cavan local elections had an average voter turnout of 56.42%, almost 10% lower than the turnout in 2009. The highest turnout for an electoral area was Bailieborough-Cootehill with 60.39%.
The R192 road is a regional road in Ireland, linking Cootehill to Shercock in County Cavan. The route is long.
There is a megalithic tomb on the townland of Cohaw situated 5 km from Cootehill along the Shercock road.
The village is located near two towns, 12 km south of Cootehill and 10 km north of Bailieborough.
Rockcorry railway station was on the Cootehill Branch of the Dundalk and Enniskillen Railway in the Republic of Ireland.
Charlie Gallagher (25 December 1937 – July 1989) was a Gaelic footballer for Cavan and Cootehill Celtic GAA Club.
Cootehill were the defending champions. They successfully defended their title and became Cavan Senior Hurling Champions for the 3rd time.
Cootehill Celtic are a Gaelic football club from County Cavan in Ireland. They are affiliated to Cavan GAA.
The surrounding lakes and rivers provide a scenic backdrop which attracts visitors and sports enthusiasts. In the 18th and 19th century Cootehill was a centre for horse-racing "a cup at Cootehill you have twice won with fame, And this day we are challenged, and you must run again"(Jackson and Jane).