Synonyms for pubblebrien or Related words with pubblebrien

glenquin              shanid              coshma              smallcounty              coshlea              tiaquin              ballynakill              kilmoylan              killonahan              knockainy              rathkeale              ballynamona              clonlisk              slievardagh              tullabracky              ballycahane              kenry              clonmacnowen              rathconrath              clankee              kilcolman              kilkeedy              coolestown              ballynaclogh              ballynamuddagh              kilfergus              gorteen              drumahaire              glennamaddy              dunkellin              kilcornan              trughanacmy              kilconnell              clonsast              drumgoon              ballymahon              kilflyn              ballybritt              kilmallock              mountbellew              cullenagh              carrigallen              killosolan              kilglass              cloonclare              iraghticonnor              kildrumsherdan              ennistimon              kilmeedy              farbill             



Examples of "pubblebrien"
It is , covering in the Bunratty section, in the Barony of Pubblebrien in county Limerick and in the city of Limerick.
Clanwilliam is bordered by the baronies of Owneybeg to the east, Coonagh to the southeast, and Smallcounty to the south; to the west are Pubblebrien, Limerick City and the North Liberties. To the north across the River Shannon is County Clare; to the northeast is County Tipperary.
The area of the North Liberties was originally part of Bunratty barony in County Clare. The 1609 royal charter from James I of England for the municipal corporation of Limerick granted it portions of rural land outside the municipal borough, and erected the whole area into a corporate county, the "county of the city of Limerick", separate from the "county-at-large" of Limerick, and with its own sheriff and grand jury. The rural areas, called the "liberties", were inside the county of the city but outside the borough boundary. There were three parts to the liberties: the small "North Liberties", the larger "South Liberties" east of the borough on the opposite bank of the River Shannon, and Scattery Island far to the west at the Mouth of the Shannon. In the 1650s, after the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, the North Liberties were included in the Civil Survey but not the Down Survey, whose supervisor William Petty was himself awarded the lands. The Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act 1840 detached all the liberties from the county of the city and attached them to the county-at-large. The 1846 "Parliamentary Gazetteer" and the census through to 1871 regarded the North Liberties as having been annexed to the barony of Pubblebrien, the rest of which was adjacent but south across the Shannon. However, the 1881 census treated the North Liberties as a barony in its own right. A 2008 extension to the boundary of Limerick city encompasses the entire area of the North Liberties.