Synonyms for tullygarvey or Related words with tullygarvey

kildrumsherdan              clankee              cootehill              enniskeen              drumgoon              bawnboy              castlerahan              bailieborough              carrigallen              tiaquin              tirhugh              clanmahon              drumahaire              clonlisk              knockbride              rosclogher              cloonclare              ballybritt              ballynakill              glennamaddy              shanid              tullyhunco              kilbarron              slievemargy              ballymahon              killanummery              rossinver              banagh              trughanacmy              iraghticonnor              shrule              clonmacnowen              kildallan              cullenagh              coshlea              kilmanman              boylagh              rathconrath              tirerrill              killinagh              ballymoe              ballymachugh              kilmoylan              inishmagrath              inishkeel              abbeyleix              coolestown              dunkellin              coshma              tobercurry             

Examples of "tullygarvey"
Tullygarvey () is one of eight Baronies in the County of Cavan. The area has been in constant occupation since pre-4000 BC. The Barony of Tullygarvey consists of the parishes of Kill and Drung and parts of Annagh, Drumgoon and Laragh.
Cootehill (; ) is a prominent market town and townland in County Cavan, Ireland. It was formerly part of the neighbouring townland of Munnilly, . Cootehill lies within the barony of Tullygarvey.
Dartree barony is bordered to the northeast by Monaghan; to the southeast by Cremorne (both the preceding are also in County Monaghan); to the west by Clankelly, County Fermanagh; and to the south by Tullygarvey, County Cavan.
O'Dugan and Keating also make mention of the MacTaichligh or MacTilly's, who they state as being chiefs in the 12th century of a district in the parish of Drung, in the barony of Tullygarvey, County Cavan, which was a part of Breifne. Here they were subordinate to the O'Rourke's and O'Reilly's.
Cremorne barony is bordered to the north by Monaghan; to the northwest by Dartree; to the south by Farney (all the preceding are also in County Monaghan); to the east by Tiranny, Upper Fews and Armagh, County Armagh; and to the southwest by Clankee and Tullygarvey, County Cavan.
Coole () is a barony in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. To its west lies Upper Lough Erne, and it is bordered by three other baronies in Northern Ireland: Knockninny to the west; Magherastephana to the north; and Clankelly. It also borders three baronies in the Republic of Ireland: Dartree to the east; Tullygarvey and Loughtee Lower to the south.
Bunnoe () a townland in the Parish of Drung, part of the Barony of Tullygarvey and in the Diocese of Kilmore in the County of Cavan. It also gives it name to the area in the northern part of the Roman Catholic part of the Parish of Drung. The townland gives its name to the Bunnoe river, which rises in County Monaghan and winds its way down to Bunnoe where it flows into the Annalee. The river is a well known trout fishery and the Bunnoe and District Angling Club take great care of the river keeping it well stocked.
His Gaelic name was Pilib mac Aoidh mic Sheáin mic Aoidh Chonallaigh Ó Raghallaigh and by the English he was named Philip McHugh McShane O'Rely. His father, grandfather and several other ancestors were chiefs of the O'Reilly clan and Lords of Breifne O'Reilly. His mother was Catherine MacMahon. He resided at Bellanacargy Castle in the barony of Tullygarvey, (near to present day village of Drung). Bellanacargy castle, anciently referred to as Ballynacarraig because it was built on a carraig (rock island) situated in the middle of the Annalee river, was destroyed in May 1689 by Williamite forces led by Thomas Lloyd.