Synonyms for reynagh or Related words with reynagh

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Examples of "reynagh"
Sir John Coghlan in his last Will and Testament, dated 1590, granted to the Churches of Gailine Fuire (now Fuidhre, Anglice Wheery) Techsarayn (Tisaran) and Raonach (now Reynagh) two cows. Archdall writes:-
Banagher is in the Roman Catholic parish of Gallen and Rynagh (Reynagh) which lies in the diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise. The diocese is in the Archdiocese of Armagh in the ecclesiastical province of Armagh. It is in the Church of Ireland parish group of Clonfert Cathedral which is in the Diocese of Limerick and Killaloe, part of the ecclesiastical province of Dublin.
St Canoc later arrived in the vicinity of Ferbane, in 492, the territory being known as Delbhna Eathra. Saint Canoc, though older, was a contemporary of Finnian of Clonard, who in 530 founded a monastic school at Clonard in Meath. The latter’s sister Reynacia, was the foundress of a Church and Convent in Reynagh. Fimnian was educated in Britain and was an intimate friend of St. David, Canoc’s nephew.
It is thought that St. Rynagh (also Reynagh, Rinagh), who founded Banagher and after whom the parish is named, was a sister of St. Finnian of Clonard. According to research, they came from a place near New Ross in County Wexford. It is known that contact was maintained between Rynagh's Wexford home and her foundation at Banagher; and her mother came to live there. It is recorded that Reynagh's mother, Talech, or Talacia, became Abbess of the Banagher convent. The death of St. Finnian is assigned to 563, but there does not seem to be any authoritative statement as to the date of St. Rynagh's death, although according to St. Rynagh's Parish Church in Banagher, St. Rynagh died about 610. The place of her burial is uncertain but it is likely to have been in either Banagher or Kilmacduagh near Gort, the monastery founded by her son, St. Colman.