Synonyms for ettagh or Related words with ettagh

clonlisk              coolestown              ballybritt              ballynamona              ballycowan              killogilleen              kilmurryely              killaan              kilcomin              aghancon              templeharry              kineagh              dunkerrin              ballyboy              kilcumreragh              kilconickny              kilchreest              killeely              kilmoylan              clonsast              slievemargy              clankee              kilglass              gorteen              clandonagh              killallaghtan              piercetown              kilconnell              shrule              kilbixy              kiltartan              shanid              clonmeen              eglish              tiaquin              ballybaun              carrigallen              kilreekill              borrisnafarney              carrowreagh              killeeneen              clarmallagh              lisduff              kilmeen              noughaval              moylough              oughteragh              ballymacwilliam              monasteroris              letterluna             

Examples of "ettagh"
In the 2006 Census Ettagh, the electoral division which Coolderry is within had a listed population of 433. Coolderry village has a population of around 80, while the surrounding area has about 20.
Roscrea Poor law union was declared in 1839 and covered an area of ; 37 'Guardians' oversaw the operations of Union. The Union was responsible for a population of 61,374 in 1831 – it covered Bourney, Borrisnafarney, Killea, Killevinogue, Rathnaveoge, Roscrea, Agahancon, Cullenwale, Dunkerrin, Ettagh, Kilcommon, Kilmurry, Roscomroe, Shinrone, Borris-in-Ossory, Doanmore, Eirke, Kyle and Rathdowney until after boundary changes following the famine in 1853 (spellings of placenames are repeated from original records). A new Roscrea Union workhouse was erected on a site around outside of the town on the Templemore road adjacent to Corville. The workhouse could accommodate up to 700 'inmates' and was declared fit for the reception of paupers in March 1842; it received its first admissions during May 1842. During the famine an additional 200 people were accommodated in the workhouse and a fever hospital was built on the site around this time. A large graveyard, probably containing the remains of hundreds of people who died in the Great Famine, was situated behind the workhouse to the south of Kennedy Park. The workhouse was partially demolished and altered, it became a fever hospital and a 'county home' for the 'aged and infirm'. It was closed in 1985/6 and demolished c. 1991.