CLONMANY to COOLINE index

From A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837

Cabinteely - Carlow | Carmavy - Castlebuoy | Castlecaulfield - Cavan | Cecilstown - Clogher | Clogherbrien - Clonmacnois | Clonmany - Cooline | Coolkerry - Cork | Corkbeg - Cushington

Clonmany Clonmeen Clonmel, Cork Clonmel, Tipperary Clonmellon
Clonmethan Clonmines Clonmore, Carlow Clonmore, Kilkenny Clonmore, Louth
Clonmore, Tipperary Clonmore, Wexford Clonmulsh Clonmult Clonnearl
Clonodonnell Clonoe Clonoghill Clonoulty Clonpet
Clonpriest Clonroad Clonroche Clonrush Clonsast
Clonshamboe Clonshire Clonsillagh Clonskea Clontarf
Clontead Clontibret Clontubrid Clonturk Clontuskert, Galway
Clontuskert, Roscommon Clonyne Cloon Cloonaff Cloonoghill
Clough, Down Clough, Kilkenny Clough, Longford Clough, Wexford Cloughenry
Cloughmills Clounagh Clouncoragh Clouncrew Clouney
Clounshire Cloydagh Cloyne Cluin Coachford
Coagh Coalisland Coglanstown Cole-Hill Coleman
Coleman's Well Coleraine Colligan Collinstown Collon
Collooney Collumbkill Colmolyn Colpe Colry
Columbkill Comber Comer Commer Conabury
Coney Island, Clare Coney Island, Sligo Confoy Cong Conna
Connaught Connell Connell Connells Connor
Conragh Convoy Conwall Cookstown, Meath Cookstown, Tyrone
Coolaghmore Coolaney Coolbanagher Coolboy Coolcappagh
Coolcashin Coolcor Coolcraheen Coole, Cork Coole, Westmeath
Cooleagh Coolgraney Cooline

Cabinteely - Carlow | Carmavy - Castlebuoy | Castlecaulfield - Cavan | Cecilstown - Clogher | Clogherbrien - Clonmacnois | Clonmany - Cooline | Coolkerry - Cork | Corkbeg - Cushington

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