Synonyms for inishmagrath or Related words with inishmagrath

drumahaire              cloonclare              carrigallen              manorhamilton              killasnet              rosclogher              killanummery              tiaquin              shanid              ballynakill              castlerahan              drumreilly              kildrumsherdan              bawnboy              glennamaddy              mohill              tullygarvey              cootehill              cullenagh              clankee              scarriff              clanmahon              glenties              rathkeale              glenquin              ballymoe              tirerrill              oughteragh              ballymahon              kilmoylan              pubblebrien              tinnahinch              slievardagh              bailieborough              ballybritt              dunkellin              rossinver              ballyadams              ballynamona              shrule              enniskeen              kilbarron              ballynamuddagh              kilmanman              trughanacmy              glanarought              banagh              tirhugh              clonlisk              rathconrath             



Examples of "inishmagrath"
The club is based in the village of Drumkeeran and draws its members predominantly from the parish of Inishmagrath (and also some players from neighbouring areas Killargue, Killavoggy & Arigna).
In 1828 Fenton married Elizabeth Campbell, widow of Captain Neil Campbell, also of the 13th Light Infantry at Calcutta. Her father, Reverend John Russel Knox, was rector of Lifford and Inishmagrath, County Leitrim. They had six children; one son and three daughters survived Fenton, who died in New Norfolk on 6 April 1874 at the age of 85. Elizabeth wrote a journal titled "A Narrative of Her Life in India, the Isle of France and Tasmania During the Years 1826–1830". Elizabeth died in 1875.
The churches he caused to be built in Kilmore were Tullaghan (Kinlough) in 1770, Inishmagrath 1770, Laragh 1770, Kilmainhamwood 1775, Cavan 1774, Knocktemple (Castlerahan) 1780, Ballyconnell 1780, Bunnoe 1780, Tierworker 1788, Kildallan 1785, Killeshandra 1790, Ballinagh 1790, Killoughter 1790, Glenade 1790, Kilargue 1791, Corronea reconstructed 1795, Kildoagh 1797 & Derrylin 1797. These were mostly single cell barn churches and the best preserved example is the old disused Holy Trinity church in Kildoagh, Templeport. He also founded four Latin schools in the diocese including Laragh Latin School.
The engineless transit, from the start of the Shannon Navigation at the Inishmagrath marker, on Lough Allen, in County Leitrim to the end of Shannon Navigation at Killaloe, County Clare and beyond to the Port of Tarbot in the Sea Estuary, required dealing with 33 bridges, 6 locks, and nine lakes, without mechanical power. One of the locks, Ardnacrusha has a descent of over . Guides warn boaters, using large full powered cruisers, to only cross the larger lakes in company. The very strong flow though many of the bridges often throws full powered boats out of control, causing them to smash into the bridge piers. For example, the water flow through Killaloe Bridge can be 600 to 700 Tonnes per second. This hazard of losing control in or approaching bridges can result in major damage and an occasional sinking. Each of the 4 turbines at the Ardnacrusha power station, which is running, dumps 100 tons of water per second into the narrow, constricted, tail race. This maelstrom must be negotiated for the transit to the estuary. Powerboats are advised to remain in the center of the tail race and maintain high power. The prevailing wind is from the south west and funnels up the Shannon channel. This is a great impediment to an un-powered cabin boat proceeding down stream.