Synonyms for desertlyn or Related words with desertlyn

rodanstown              peppardstown              kilmakee              ballylinny              drummaul              bawnoges              ardquin              finlagan              magorban              drumcanon              killyfad              balfeaghan              drumconready              ballinvana              tullyboy              shannagh              drumgooland              gortnaglogh              tullynacross              isertkelly              magheradrool              kilknock              ballinphull              carrownurlar              priorstown              drumconor              glashare              laghile              lakyle              tulcon              currahchase              ballymaconaghy              killoskehan              derryad              bovevagh              garranroe              drumbeagh              calluragh              ballincarroona              ballykeeran              drumcrin              haystown              drumcashel              kilcorcoran              drumbinnis              ballylucas              gortgranagh              aghaderg              ballyloughan              killesher             

Examples of "desertlyn"
Derryloran, Desertlyn, Desertmartin, Desertoghill, Drumachose, Dunboe, Dungiven
He became rector of the Parish of Donagmore in 1674. He was also made rector of the Parishes of Lessan (or Lissan) and Desertlyn, in the Church of Ireland Diocese of Armagh.
Desertmartin () is a civil and ecclesiastical parish in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Containing one major settlement, Desertmartin, it is bordered by the civil parishes of Ballynascreen, Desertlyn, Kilcronaghan, Lissan, Maghera, and Magherafelt. It lies within the former barony of Loughinsholin and is situated in Magherafelt District Council. As a Church of Ireland parish it is within the Diocese of Derry and Raphoe.
Other than Loughinsholin, the O'Lynns would also give their name to the townland of Moneysterlin (), which lies near the lough, and is said to have been built for the O'Lynn wife of Shane More O'Hagan, as well as the neighbouring parish of Desertlyn ().