Synonyms for farbill or Related words with farbill

rathconrath              moygoish              killucan              drumraney              killare              fartullagh              ballymahon              drumlumman              moycashel              rathaspick              tiaquin              ballynamona              kilcolman              rathconnell              kilmoylan              clonlonan              shanid              kilbixy              clonmacnowen              clankee              noughaval              ballyadams              kilconnell              kilcumreragh              pubblebrien              kilmanman              ballynakill              rathreagh              gorteen              ballynamuddagh              glenquin              clanmahon              cullenagh              ballyknock              castlerahan              tinnahinch              clonsast              clarmallagh              kildrumsherdan              coolestown              kilfergus              tagheen              trughanacmy              slievemargy              iraghticonnor              kilkeedy              addergoole              tullygarvey              slievardagh              clonlisk             



Examples of "farbill"
Killucan is the sole civil parish in the barony of Farbill in the Province of Leinster. The civil parish covers .
The civil parish of Killucan is split between two baronies, however the majority is within the barony of Farbill.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Mullingar to the north, Killucan (barony of Farbill), to the east and Enniscoffey and Moylisker to the south.
The barony of Farbill consists of just one civil parish, Killucan, however two townlands of Killucan, Greenan and Mucklin, are in the barony of Delvin.
Farbill has an area of . The M4 motorway passes to the south of Kinnegad connecting Dublin with Sligo and the M6 motorway from Galway joins the M4 at Kinnegad. Several regional roads radiate from Kinnegad. Those passing through Farbill are the R148 to Dublin and the R161 to Navan. To the north the R156 passes through Killucan linking the N3 near Clonee in County Meath to the N4 (near Mullingar).
The neighbouring townlands are: Cloghanumera, Killynan (Cooke) and Mountrobert to the north, Clonickilvant to the east, Castledown and Wood Down (barony of Farbill) to the south and Macetown to the west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Enniscoffey to the north, Killucan (barony of Farbill), Ballyboggan (County Meath) and Castlejordan (County Meath) to the east, Castlelost to the south and Kilbride to the west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are Lynn to the north, Killucan (barony of Farbill) to the east, Kilbride to the south and Pass of Kilbride and Moylisker to the west.
A railway line carrying the national rail company Iarnród Éireann's Dublin to Longford commuter service and Dublin to Sligo intercity service. also passes through the barony. The Royal Canal follows a similar route through Farbill connecting the River Liffey in Dublin to Longford town.
Killucan (barony of Farbill) to the east, Lynn (barony of Fartullagh) to the south‑east and south, Dysart and Churchtown (barony of Rathconrath) to the south‑west, Rathconrath (Rathconrath) to the west and Templeoran (barony of Moygoish) and Portloman (Corkaree) to the north‑west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Kilpatrick (barony of Fore), and Tyfarnham to the north, Killulagh (barony of Delvin), to the north–east, Killagh (Delvin) to the east, Killucan (barony of Farbill) to the south–east and south, Mullingar to the south–west and west and Portnashangan (barony of Corkaree) to the north–west.
Delvin () is a barony in north-east County Westmeath, in the Republic of Ireland. It was formed by 1672. It is bordered by County Meath to the east and three other baronies: Fore (to the north–west), Moyashel and Magheradernon (to the south–west) and Farbill (to the south). The largest centre of population is Delvin.
Farbill () is a barony in east County Westmeath, in the Republic of Ireland. It was formed by 1672. It is bordered by County Meath to the south and east and three other baronies: Fartullagh (to the south–west), Moyashel and Magheradernon (to the north–east) and Delvin (to the north). The largest centre of population in the barony is the town of Kinnegad.
Fartullagh (), previously Tyrrells country, is a barony in south–east County Westmeath, in the Republic of Ireland. It was formed by 1542. It is bordered by County Offaly to the south and three other baronies: Moycashel (to the west), Moyashel and Magheradernon (to the north) and Farbill (to the north–east).
Moyashel and Magheradernon () is a barony in the centre of County Westmeath, in the Republic of Ireland, formed by 1672. It is bordered by eight other baronies: Corkaree and Fore (to the north), Delvin and Farbill (to the east), Fartullagh and Moycashel (to the south) and Rathconrath and Moygoish (to the west). (Note that the town of Delvin and the village of Rathconrath are not synonymous with the baronies of the same name).