Synonyms for griffinstown or Related words with griffinstown
Examples of "griffinstown"
At the time of its inception, the Welsh Saint Samson made pilgrimage to Dun Etair () (Contemporary Howth) and is said to have founded the monastery that is now St Doulagh's Church. The church was originally under the patronage of St. Samson. As Balgriffin was in the past referred to as Ballygriffin and
, the place name indicates that it was indeed settled by a Welsh person.
Killucan civil parish comprises 77 townlands: Aghamore, Annaskinnan, Balleighter Lowtown, Ballinla, Balloughter Hightown, Ballyhaw, Balrowan (Pakenham), Balrowan (Rowely) & Kerinstown, Banagher, Brutonstown, Brutonstown Little, Castledown, Chanonstown, Cloghanstown, Clonbore, Cloncrave, Cloncullen, Clonfad, Clonreagh, Coolcahan, Corbally, Corbetstown, Correllstown, Craddanstown, Creggstown, Crossanstown, Curristown, Cushinstown, Derryboy, Derrymore, Edmondstown, Glebe, Grange Beg, Grange More, Greatdown, Greenan, Grehanstown,
, Heathstown, Higginstown, Hightown Balloughter, Hodgestown, Huntingdon, County Westmeath, Hydepark, Joristown Lower, Joristown Upper, Kerinstown & Balrowan (Rowley), Killucan, Kinnegad, Knockaville, Knockmant, Knocksimon, Lisnabin, Lowtown Balleighter, Lunestown, Mill Land, Millerstown, County Westmeath, Monganstown, Mucklin, Mylestown, Newdown, Porterstown (Cooke), Porterstown (Napper), Priesttown, Raharney, Raharney Little, Rathbrack, Rathnarrow, Rathwire Lower, Rathwire Upper, Ratrass, Rattin, Riverdale, Riverstown, Sarsfieldstown, Simonstown, Sionhill, Thomastown, Wadestown, Wardenstown and Wooddown. Greenan and Mucklin townlands are in the barony of Delvin.
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