BALLYMANNY to BARRINGTON'S BRIDGE index

From A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837

Badoney - Ballybrazill | Ballybrennan - Ballymakill | Ballymanny - Barrington's Bridge | Barry - Bonneconlan | Bonowen - Buttevant

Ballymanny Ballymartin Ballymartle Ballymartyr Ballymascanlon
Ballymena Ballymitty Ballymodan Ballymoe Ballymoney, Antrim
Ballymoney, Cork Ballymoran Ballymore, Armagh Ballymore, Dublin Ballymore, Westmeath
Ballymore, Wexford Ballymoreen Ballymote Ballymoyer Ballymurry
Ballynaclogh Ballynaclough Ballynacraggy Ballynacurra Ballynadrimna
Ballynahaglish, Kerry Ballynahaglish, Mayo Ballynahown Ballynakill, Galway Ballynakill, Galway
Ballynakill, Galway Ballynakill, Offaly Ballynakill, Sligo Ballynakill, Waterford Ballynamallard
Ballynamona Ballynard Ballynascreen Ballynaslaney Ballynaultig
Ballyneen Ballynefagh Ballynemara Ballynochen Ballynocken
Ballynoe Ballynure, Antrim Ballynure, Wicklow Ballyorgan Ballyoughtera
Ballyovey Ballypatrick Ballyphilip Ballyporeen Ballyragget
Ballyrashane Ballyroan Ballyrobert Ballyronan Ballysadere
Ballysax Ballyscadane Ballyscullion, Antrim Ballyscullion, Derry Ballyscullogue
Ballyseedy Ballyshannon Ballysheehan Ballyshonboy Ballysonan
Ballyspillane Ballysumaghan Ballytankard Ballytarsney Ballytobin
Ballytore Ballytrain Ballytrustin Ballyvalden Ballyvalloo
Ballyvary Ballyvaughan Ballyvinny Ballyvourney Ballywalter, Antrim
Ballywalter, Down Ballywilliam Ballywillin Balnabrackney Balnacarrig
Balrahan Balroddan Balrothery Balscadden Balsoon
Balteagh Baltiboys Baltimore Baltinglass Baltray
Banada Banagher, Offaly Banagher, Derry Banbridge Bandon
Bangor, Down Bangor, Mayo Bannow Bansha Bantry
Baptist Grange Barna, Galway Barna, Offaly Barnahely Barnane
Baronstown Barragh Barretts-Grange Barrington's Bridge

Badoney - Ballybrazill | Ballybrennan - Ballymakill | Ballymanny - Barrington's Bridge | Barry - Bonneconlan | Bonowen - Buttevant

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