Synonyms for piercetown or Related words with piercetown

rathaspick              killare              lisduff              kilbixy              ballynamona              noughaval              gorteen              clonlisk              carrowreagh              clonmacnowen              clandonagh              carrigallen              rathconrath              knockbride              clonfad              tiaquin              kineagh              drumraney              rossinver              templetogher              rosclogher              kilglass              castlequarter              ballybritt              killosolan              killeely              cloonclare              slievemargy              ballynakill              ballymachugh              kiltartan              clankee              cornamucklagh              knockbrack              kilcumreragh              skreen              killogilleen              killaan              tagheen              ballymahon              tubbrid              upperwoods              kilconnell              kilbarron              slievardagh              moycashel              kilmacteige              addergoole              fartullagh              cloonoghil             

Examples of "piercetown"
Piercetown civil parish comprises 16 townlands: Aghnabohy, Ballincurra, Ballymaglavy, Curraghboy, Fiveacres, Glebe, Kilgawny, Kilphierish, Malthousepark, Piercetown, Rath (Malone), Rathcogue, Relick (Longworth), Relick (Malone), Williamstown and Williamstown New.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Rathaspick to the north, Kilbixy to the east, Piercetown (barony of Rathconrath) and
Piercetown () is a civil parish in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about west–north–west of Mullingar.
Piercetown civil parish comprises the small village of Moyvore and 5 townlands: Beltacken, Moyvore, Rahadorrish, Templepatrick and Tonlemony.
Piercetown is one of 9 civil parishes in the barony of Rathconrath in the Province of Leinster. The civil parish covers .
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Piercetown to the north, Ballymorin to the south–east, Killare to the south–west and Forgney (County Longford) to the west.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Piercetown and Templepatrick to the north, Rathconrath to the north–east, Conry to the south–east and Killare to the south–west.
Vendor is an unincorporated community in Newton County, Arkansas, United States. The ZIP Code is 72683. It chonnects with Mt. Judea and Piercetown. It is home to many things such as a creek that runs from Deer all the way past Piercetown. Its name comes from the merchants who would stop and sell their wares by the road, the local legend goes, therefore giving it the name 'Vendor'.
Castlelost civil parish comprises the village of Rochfortbridge and 16 townlands: Castlelost, Castlelost West, Clontytallon, Collinstown and Kiltotan, Derry, Drumman, Farthingstown, Gallstown, Garrane, Gneevebane, Gortumly, Kilbrennan, Kiltotan and Collinstown, Oldtown, Piercetown, Rahanine and Rochfortbridge.
Séamus Whelan (born 1938 in Piercetown, County Wexford) is an Irish retired sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club St. Martin's and was a member of the Wexford senior inter-county team from 1966 until 1968.
The neighbouring civil parishes are: Kilmacnevan to the north and east, Templeoran to the east, Churchtown and Mullingar to the south–east, Ballymorin and Conry to the south–west and Piercetown to the north–west.
South of Jasper, AR 74 resumes again, passing through unincorporated areas of Newton County. The route meets AR 123 in Piercetown and runs concurrent for 4 miles before splitting off at Mount Judea. From there, it continues 6 more miles to Bass, where it terminates at Cave Rd.
John O'Connor (born 1965 in Piercetown, County Wexford) is a retired Irish sportsperson. He played hurling with his local club St. Martin's and with the Wexford senior inter-county team in the 1980s and 1990s. His brother George, and nephew John, also played hurling with Wexford.
The route leaves the R147 near "Black Bull" in the townland of "Piercetown", roughly north of Clonee in County Meath. The route passes through small settlements and townlands, including Kiltale, on the way to Trim. At Trim, the route bypasses the town centre along the "Inner Relief Road", with junctions to the R160, R158 and R161. From Trim the R154 runs north to meet the N51 at Athboy.
Little is known of his parentage, but Francis Elrington Ball states that he came from a long established family who took their surname from Finglas, County Dublin. He later held estates at Piercetown, near Dunboyne, County Meath, and at Westphailstown in County Dublin. He was at Lincoln's Inn 1503-6 and became Serjeant in 1509. He was considered one of the ablest lawyers of his time and a gifted writer.
Ardcath's church was dedicated to St Mary the Blessed Virgin as was a tradition of the Norman settlement with the tithe of the Church and Parish being directed to the Canons of Llananthony (prima and secunda) Wales from 1172 to 1541. The church also had an active 'confraternity' which was a body corporate dedicated to maintaining religious services within the Church. Such organisations were often established by Charter and survived the Reformation. There was a similar organisation at the Church in the then adjoining parish of Piercetown.