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Templepatrick, County Westmeath (civil parish)

Templepatrick is a civil parish in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 18.91 kilometres west of Mullingar. Templepatrick is one of 9 civil parishes in the barony of Rathconrath in the Province of Leinster. The civil parish covers 2.148 ...

Tober, County Westmeath

Tober is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 12.45 kilometres north of Mullingar. Tober is one of 14 townlands of the civil parish of Multyfarnham in the barony of Corkaree in the Province of Leinster. The townland covers ...

Toberaquill

Toberaquill is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 7.27 kilometres north–east of Mullingar. Toberaquill is one of 11 townlands of the civil parish of Taghmon in the barony of Corkaree in the Province of Leinster. The town ...

Tuitestown, Kilpatrick

Tuitestown is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about12.03 kilometres north–north–east of Mullingar. Tuitestown is one of 3 townlands of the civil parish of Kilpatrick in the barony of Fore in the Province of Leinster. The to ...

Tullaghan, Mullingar

Tullaghan is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 3.66 kilometres north–west of Mullingar on the southern shore of Lough Owel. Tullaghan is one of 64 townlands of the civil parish of Mullingar in the barony of Moyashel and ...

Tyfarnham

Tyfarnham is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 9.4 kilometres north of Mullingar. Tyfarnham is one of 11 townlands of the civil parish of Tyfarnham in the barony of Corkaree in the Province of Leinster. The townland cov ...

Tyfarnham (civil parish)

Tyfarnham is a civil parish in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 7.5 kilometres north of Mullingar. One of 8 civil parishes in the barony of Corkaree in the Province of Leinster, the civil parish covers 1.847.2 acres 7.475 km 2. Tyfa ...

Walshestown North

Walshestown North is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 4.64 kilometres west–north–west of Mullingar. Walshestown North is one of 64 townlands of the civil parish of Mullingar in the barony of Moyashel and Magheradernon ...

Wattstown, County Westmeath

Wattstown is a townland in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located about 7.64 kilometres north–west of Mullingar. Wattstown is one of 8 townlands of the civil parish of Portloman in the barony of Corkaree in the Province of Leinster. The townlan ...

Adamstown, County Wexford

Adamstown is a village in County Wexford, Ireland. It is about 24 km north-west of Wexford, 20 km east of New Ross, and 20 km south-west of Enniscorthy.

Aghold

Aghold was a parish in the Half Barony of Shillelagh, in the county of Wicklow; in the Province of Leinster in Ireland. Within its boundaries lies Aghowle Church The Anglican church dates from 1716.

Arthurstown

Arthurstown is a small village in the townland of Coleman in southwest County Wexford, Ireland. It is located along the R733 regional road on the eastern shore of the Waterford Harbour estuary, where The Three Sisters flow into the sea. As of the ...

The Ballagh

The Ballagh or Ballaghkeen is a village in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated in County Wexford just off the R741 regional road halfway between the towns of Gorey to the north and Wexford to the south. As of the 2016 census, the v ...

Ballycanew

Ballycanew is a small rural village in Ireland. It is situated in County Wexford, on the R741 regional road 8 km south of Gorey. This road is locally known as the "Coast Road".

Ballycarney

Ballycarney is a small village in County Wexford in Ireland. It is located on the R745 regional road on the east bank of the River Slaney. It is centered on All Saints Ballycarney Church of Ireland chapel, which sits on a height overlooking the r ...

Ballycogley

Ballycogley is a large townland located 8 miles from Wexford town, in Ireland. It plays host to one of Europes highest water towers, as well as a proposed wind farm. The townland social life revolves around the two pubs - the Halfway House and th ...

Ballyduff, County Wexford

Ballyduff is a small rural village in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated in County Wexford 5 km north of Ferns.

Ballyedmond

Ballyedmond is a small village and townland in County Wexford in Ireland. It is situated on the R741 regional road. According to the 2016 census, the small village had a population of 121, up slightly from 116 inhabitants as of the 2011 census.

Ballygarrett

Ballygarrett is a rural village in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated in County Wexford 14 km south of Gorey on the R742 regional road. The birthplace of Texas empresario James Power, Ballygarrett is twinned with Refugio, Texas.

Ballywilliam

Ballywilliam is a village in the west of County Wexford, Ireland. The nearest town is New Ross. The village sits on the R731 road.

Bargy

Bargy is a barony in County Wexford, Ireland. From the 12th century Bargy and the surrounding area, including the barony of Forth, saw extensive Anglo-Norman settlement following the Norman invasion of Ireland. A distinctive variety of English, k ...

Barntown

Barntown is a townland and village in County Wexford, Ireland. Located just outside the boundary of Wexford town, as of the 2016 census, Barntown had a population of 459 people. The remains of Barntown Castle, a Norman tower house, lie to the eas ...

Barntown Castle

Barntown Castle is about 3 miles west of Wexford town on the main Wexford to New Ross road. It is a Tower House in ruins set in the middle of a grazing field. A Georgian mansion has replaced the castle as the residence of the local landowners, cu ...

Boolavogue

Boolavogue, also spelt Boolavoge or Boleyvogue, is a village 12 km northeast of Enniscorthy in County Wexford, Ireland. It is in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ferns. It has given its name to "Boolavogue", an Irish ballad commemorating the Irish R ...

Bree, County Wexford

There is a well-preserved portal tomb sometimes called a dolmen located nearby at Ballybrittas, on Bree Hill, which dates from the Neolithic period. Sir James Keating, Prior of the Order of Knights Hospitaller and a member of the Irish government ...

Broadway, County Wexford

Broadway (Irish: Grainseach Iuir, is a small village in the townland of Grange in southeast County Wexford, Ireland. The village contains a primary school and one pub, Butlers of Broadway.

Cleariestown

Cleariestown, or Cleristown, is a small village situated in the south of County Wexford, in Ireland. Cleariestown village has a Roman Catholic church.

Clogh, County Wexford

Clogh is a small rural village in Ireland. Many local residents refer to the village as "Clough", and this is regarded as the proper spelling. It is situated on the R772 regional road in County Wexford 5 km 3.1 mi southwest of Gorey. Until it was ...

Clohamon

Clohamon is a small, rural village located on the River Slaney near Bunclody in County Wexford, Ireland. There is a meat factory in Clohamon. In January 2007 there were 33 students in the local primary school. Clohamon is also birthplace of Leins ...

Croaghaun, County Carlow

Croaghaun is a mountain in County Carlow, Ireland, one of the Blackstairs Mountains. Croaghaun is the most northerly summit in the Blackstairs Mountains. It is the 603rd highest summit in Ireland.

Crossabeg

Crossabeg or Crosabeg is a small village in County Wexford, Ireland, just north of Wexford town. It contains The Forge Storytelling House, Foleys Pub, St Patrick, St Brigid and St Killians Catholic church with adjoining cemetery and a primary school.

Cullenstown

Cullenstown is a small village located on the south coast of County Wexford, in Ireland. There is a small beach located nearby. It is home to the famous "Shell cottage." Designed by Kevin Ffrench, the house took over 40 years to decorate and is a ...

Curracloe

Curracloe is a village in County Wexford, a few miles northeast of the town of Wexford, Ireland. It lies on the R742 regional road at the junction with R743, and is linked to the long and sandy Curracloe Strand by the short R743 road, 4 km to the ...

Ferrybank, Wexford

Ferrybank is a townland near Wexford, in County Wexford, Ireland. Located to the north of Wexford Town, by the mouth of River Slaney and Wexford Harbour, it is linked to the town by Wexford Bridge. Prior to the construction of the first Wexford B ...

The Harrow, County Wexford

The Harrow is a small rural village in County Wexford in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated 5 km east of Ferns. Pat Redmond bred the 1946 Irish Greyhound Derby champion "Steve" in the village.

Hollyfort

Hollyfort is a village north of County Wexford, Ireland. It lies within the townland of Mongan in the valley of the River Bann, 5 km northwest of Gorey. Like its neighbour Monaseed 4 km to the west, Hollyfort is currently experiencing the additio ...

Hook Head

Hook Head is a headland in County Wexford, Ireland located on the east side of the estuary of the three sisters rivers. It is part of the Hook peninsula and is adjacent to the historic townland of Loftus Hall. It is situated on the R734, 50 km fr ...

Hook Peninsula

The Hook Peninsula is a peninsula in County Wexford, Ireland. It has been a gateway to south-east Ireland for successive waves of newcomers, including the Vikings, Anglo-Normans and the English. The coastline offers a beach a day for a fortnight ...

Killanne

Killanne is a rural Irish crossroads settlement situated roughly 20 km west of Enniscorthy, County Wexford. Kate Webster, who was hanged for the murder of Julia Martha Thomas, was born around 1849 in Killanne as Kate Lawler at her familys home. U ...

Kilmore Quay

Kilmore Quay is a fishing village near Kilmore, in County Wexford, Ireland. As of 2016, it has a population of 372. It is a fishing village, but its leisure facilities such as sailing, and sea angling charters are also of economic importance.

Kilmore, County Wexford

Kilmore or Killmore, locally pronounced Kilmoor, is a village and townland in south County Wexford, Ireland, about 16 kilometres from Wexford town.

Kiltealy

Kiltealy is a small village in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated on the foothills of the Blackstairs Mountains in County Wexford at the junction of the R702 and R730 regional roads, on the eastern flank of the Blackstairs Mountai ...

MacMurrough

MacMurrough is a townland in the parish of New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland. According to local tradition, it is called after a 12th-century king of Leinster, Dermot MacMurrough, who is supposed to have had a hunting lodge there. The lodge, if t ...

Monageer

Monageer, or Monagear, is a small village situated in the centre of County Wexford, in Ireland. It is located a few kilometres roughly northeast of Enniscorthy town. Monageer village contains a shop, a pub, a primary school, and a Roman Catholic ...

Monbeg

Monbeg is a townland seven miles north-west of Enniscorthy, Ireland, in County Wexford. The population is about 101 inhabitants. There are views of surrounding areas from Monbeg Lane. The name Monbeg is derived from the Irish Mhuine Bheag, which ...

Murrintown

Murrintown, also spelled Murntown, is a small village located in the southeast of County Wexford, in Ireland, close to Wexford town. It is part of the parish of Piercestown. Murrintown village contains a pub, primary school, Roman Catholic church ...

Rathangan, County Wexford

It has a size of approximately 1.866 square metres. It contains a primary school and a public house called the Temple Bar. Rathangan also contains a Roman Catholic church, which dates from 1873. Rathangan Hall, a local community hall, hosts after ...

Riverchapel

Riverchapel, County Wexford, Ireland, lies just south of Courtown on the R742 regional road and has been a summer holiday resort for Dublin people at least since tourists started to arrive in 1863, when the railway line from Dublin reached nearby ...

Scarnagh

Scarnagh is a hamlet in Ireland, located in North County Wexford, 4 miles from the sea, on the R772 regional road near the east coast from Dublin to Wexford.

Shelmalier

Shelmalier or Shelmaliere is an area in County Wexford, Ireland. It comprises two baronies, East Shelmaliere and West Shelmaliere. The farmers of east Shelmalier were accustomed to shoot wild fowl on the North sloblands. The area is mentioned in ...