Synonyms for kilglass or Related words with kilglass

carrigallen              kilconnell              clonlisk              templetogher              tiaquin              cloonoghil              gorteen              rossinver              kilmeedy              clonmacnowen              feenagh              ahascragh              castleconor              ballynakill              knockbrack              killaan              shrule              ballynamona              killosolan              cornamucklagh              annaduff              moylough              rosclogher              kiltartan              kilkerrin              kilcummin              tirerrill              cloone              tobercurry              glennamaddy              killoscobe              glenquin              drumreilly              ballyglass              kilmurry              kilcolman              cloonclare              pubblebrien              aghamore              mountbellew              addergoole              kineagh              ballymahon              kilbarron              slievemargy              dunkellin              trughanacmy              athlacca              castlerahan              piercetown             

Examples of "kilglass"
Enniscrone/Kilglass is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the barony of Tireragh in West Sligo, comprising the parish of Kilglass in County Sligo, Republic of Ireland.
Kilglass or Kilglas () is a village in County Sligo, Ireland. The wider Parish of Kilglass includes, as well as the village itself, the nearby town of Enniscrone.
Kilglass has a Catholic church — the Church of the Holy Family — and a primary school, Kilglass National School. The Jesus and Mary Secondary School is 4 km away in Enniscrone town. It also has a Protestant church.
He appears to have been buried at his local church, Kilglass ("Cill Molaise").
Kilglass is served by Bus Éireann route 458 (Sligo-Enniscrone-Ballina).
Fish species in Kilglass Lough include pike, bream, roach, tench and rudd.
Kilglass Lough () is a freshwater lake in the west of Ireland. It is located in north County Roscommon.
It is home to Michael McGowan Park, the home ground of Sligo/Leitrim Division Two team Kilglass/Enniscrone United.
Marty Duffy is a Gaelic football referee from County Sligo. He is from the [Enniscrone/Kilglass] club.
Lecan was the site of the Mac Fhirbhisigh school of poetry in the territory of Tír Fhíacrach Múaidhe, now "Lackan" in Kilglass parish, County Sligo ().
The Mac Fhirbhisigh, long after moving to Lecan (Lacken), Tireragh, built Lacken Castle (Castle Forbes, ), now ruined, in Kilglass parish in 1560. Here they kept a school of poetry and history. They lost possession of the castle before 1625.
MacFirbis (), also known as Forbes, was the surname of a family of Irish hereditary historians based for much of their known history at Lecan, Tireragh (now "Lackan", Kilglass parish, County Sligo).
Although Cill Ghlas is the official Irish-language version of the name Kilglass today, it is believed that the most likely derivation is that it is a corruption of "Cill Molaise" (St Molash's church).
Philip Gray died in Dublin on 28 February 1857, in his 36th year, and was laid to rest in the family burial ground at Kilglass, County Meath. James Stephens and Thomas Clarke Luby attended the service, at which Stephens spoke.
Albert Reynolds was born in the remote Kilglass, near Roosky, on the Roscommon-Leitrim border on 3 November 1932. His father was a coach builder. All his life his political enemies would call him a country "bumpkin."
Kilglass Lough measures about long and wide. It is located about northeast of Strokestown. The lake is part of a system of lakes collectively known as the Strokestown Lakes.
Born in 1829, he was educated at Portora Royal School and Trinity College, Dublin. He was ordained in 1852 and began his ecclesiastical career with a curacy at Kilglass. He was Rector of Lower Cumber from 1867 until his elevation to the Deanery.
Brendan Joseph O'Dowd was born in 1965 and lived at "Greenwood" Culleens, Kilglass. Co. Sligo. Previous to 1798 the family lived in Rathlee, Co. Sligo. (Following the rising in 1798 all Catholic families within one mile of the sea were moved further away in order to prevent another French invasion.)
Roosky is represented in both GAA and soccer by Kilglass Gaels and Dynamo Rooskey, respectively. The village's GAA team was formerly known as Pat Molloy's during the 1910s to 1950s. This club then amalgamated with Slatta Parnellites, Tarmonbarry and Kilmore to form St. Barry's Ruskey. The club won the Junior championship in 1969 when Anthony Mc Hugh led them to victory. The Kilglass Gaels Club was founded in 1983 and celebrated its silver anniversary in 2008. 2007 was a great year for the club, winning 7 county titles at various levels. The club has won championships at every grade, except senior, including the Intermediate Championship in 1999. In 2008 the club claimed the Junior "A" Championship after many years of competing at this level. The club also have recently won a senior ladies county title 2009.
Darerca had two daughters, Saint Eiche of Kilglass and Saint Lalloc of Senlis. Her first husband was Restitutus the Lombard, after whose death she married Chonas the Briton. By Restitutus she was mother of Saint Sechnall of Dunshaughlin; Saint Nectan of Killunche, and of Fennor (near Slane); of Saint Auxilius of Killossey (near Naas, County Kildare); of Saint Diarmaid of Druim-corcortri (near Navan); of Dabonna, Mogornon, Drioc, Luguat, and Coemed Maccu Baird (the Lombard) of Cloonshaneville, near Frenchpark, County Roscommon.