Synonyms for islandmore or Related words with islandmore
Examples of "islandmore"
Imdel, Inch, Islandacorr, Islandbane, Islandderry, Island Henry, Islandhill,
, Islandmoyle, Island Taggart, Isle McCricket, Isle O'Valla
As of 1901 the Killanena DED included the townlands of Acres, Corbehagh, Derreendooagh, Derrycarran, Derryfadda, Derrynaveagh, Dooglaun, Doorus East, Doorus West, Gortaveha, Gortnamuinga,
, Killanena, Knockanena, Knockatunna, Knocknageeha, Knocknahannee, Lannaght, Pollaghanumera, Reanahumana, Scalp and Spaightspark.
Iderown, Illannaleck Island, Inisloughlin, Inshamph, Inshinagh, Inver, Irish Hill, Irishomerbane, Irishtown, Irragh, Islandahoe, Islandbane, Islandboy, Island Carragh North, Island Kelly, Island Macallan, Islandlean,
, Islandnabracky, Islandoo, Islandreagh, Islandrose, Islands of Carnmoon, Islandstown, Isle of Muck, Issbawn or Upper Gortnagross
O'Shaughnessy Castles include- Gort Castle, Fiddaun Castle, Ardnamullivan Castle, Newtown Castle, Derryowen, which is just inside the County Clare border, Ballymulfaig, and a castle on one of the islands in Lough Cutra. According to a list naming the castles of County Galway and their owners, drawn up in 1574 by the English administration in Ireland,
Castle, now known as Thoor Ballylee, is listed as been owned by a John O'Shaughnessy.
Thoor Ballylee, Yeats's poetic model for the poem's tower, was a 16th-Century Norman castle in the Barony of Kiltartan, Ireland. The building was originally called "
Castle" and "Ballylee Castle", yet Yeats changed the name when he purchased the building in 1917 for £35. Yeats believed that the word "castle" was too magnificent and used the word "Thoor" instead as it was an anglicisation of the Irish for "tower", 'túr'. Yeats credits the landmark as being the inspiration for the poem's setting. At the top of the tower was a waste room, which inspired the image of the empty room discussed in lines 8-12:
Faulkner married Lucy Forsythe, a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, in 1951. They met through their common interests in politics and hunting. She was equally suited to a political partnership having had a career in journalism with the "Belfast Telegraph" and was secretary to the Northern Ireland Prime Minister, Sir Basil Brooke, when they met. Together they had three children: a daughter and two sons. They took up residence at Highlands, not far from the village of Seaforde. One of his sons, Michael, has written a memoir, "The Blue Cabin" (2006) about his move to the family's former holiday house on the island of
on Strangford Lough.
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