Synonyms for glenogra or Related words with glenogra

tullabracky              killonahan              smallcounty              coshma              pubblebrien              monasteranenagh              knockainy              killeenoghty              kenry              coshlea              shanid              glenquin              killoscobe              letterluna              tiaquin              athneasy              clonlisk              killosolan              ballycahane              killinane              ballynahown              kilflyn              clonmacnowen              corcomohide              rossinver              kilglass              cloonclare              kilbarron              fedamore              ballynaclogh              kilcornan              uregare              kilcullane              killanummery              feenagh              clankee              ahascragh              trughanacmy              cornamucklagh              rosclogher              kilquane              rathbaun              lisduff              carrigallen              derradda              skehanagh              banagh              ballynakill              rathkeale              clondahorky             



Examples of "glenogra"
His elder brother's death made him eventual heir to the Bourchier estates; the manors of Lough Gur and Glenogra in county Limerick and of Clare, near Tandragee, in county Armagh; to the Fane estate at Basildon in Berkshire; and to the Southcott estate at Calwoodley in Devon.
The county Limerick estate (which spilled over into county Tipperary) covered (English acres) and included the manors of Lough Gur and Glenogra, "in the Barony of the Small County in County Limerick, Munster", which had been granted by letters patent or other grant of Queen Elizabeth I (E.I. 30) on 2 November 1589 to his father Sir George.
His aunt, Rachel, Countess Dowager of Bath, purchased for him the estate of Basildon House in Berkshire in 1656 and secured him his KB (one of the 23) at the coronation of Charles II on 23 April 1661. He was confirmed in her Irish estates on his marriage in 1668, by which time she was also his guardian. These lands, the Bourchier estate, comprised the manors of Lough Gur and Glenogra in county Limerick and of Clare in county Armagh.