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Dungannon

                                               

Enniskillen

                                               

Holywood

                                               

Larne

                                               

Limavady

                                               

Lurgan

                                               

Newtownards

                                               

Portaferry

                                               

Strabane

                                               

M12 motorway

The M12 is a 1 ⁄ 2 miles length of spur motorway in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It was opened in 1970. It leads off the main M1 motorway, to Portadown, part of the conurbation of Portadown-Craigavon-Lurgan, and forms most of the route betwee ...

                                               

M22 motorway (Northern Ireland)

The M22 is a motorway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is 5.6 miles long and connects the A6 with the M2. It forms part of the unsigned European route E16.

                                               

A8(M) motorway (Northern Ireland)

The A8 is a motorway in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is 1 mile long and is a spur of the M2 motorway. It was opened on 24 October 1966 and built at the same time as the M2 section to which it connects. It is part of the unsigned European r ...

                                               

Carlow (barony)

Carlow barony is bordered to the east by Rathvilly; to the southeast by Forth; to the south by Idrone East; to the southeast by Idrone West all the preceding baronies are also in County Carlow; to the north by Kilkea and Moone, County Kildare; an ...

                                               

Forth (County Carlow barony)

Forth takes its name from the Irish Fortuatha, a term that described a region tuath not ruled by members of the dominant dynasty of a province. In this case, the region was known as Fothairt Mag Fea, "the fothairt of the plain of beeches."

                                               

Idrone East

Idrone East is a barony in County Carlow, Republic of Ireland. The early barony of Idrone was split into East and West in 1799.

                                               

Idrone West

Idrone West is a barony in County Carlow, Republic of Ireland. The early barony of Idrone was split into East and West in 1799.

                                               

Rathvilly (barony)

Rathvilly is found in northeast County Carlow. It contains the rivers Slaney and Derreen. Rathvilly barony is bordered by the following baronies: to the west by Carlow; to the south by Forth; to the north by Upper Talbotstown; to the east by Ball ...

                                               

St. Mullins Lower

St. Mullins Lower is found in south County Carlow, east of the River Barrow and west of the Blackstairs Mountains. St. Mullins Lower barony is bordered to the north by Idrone East, County Carlow; to the east and south by Bantry, County Wexford; t ...

                                               

Bunratty Lower

Baronies were created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as divisions of counties and were used the administration of justice and the raising of revenue. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administratively ob ...

                                               

Bunratty Upper

Baronies were created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as divisions of counties and were used the administration of justice and the raising of revenue. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administratively ob ...

                                               

Burren (barony)

The Barony of Burren is a geographical division of County Clare, Ireland, that in turn is divided into civil parishes. It covers a large part of the Burren.

                                               

Clonderalaw

Clonderalaw is an historical barony in County Clare, Ireland. Baronies are geographical divisions of land that are in turn is divided into civil parishes.

                                               

Corcomroe (barony)

Corcomroe is a barony in County Clare, Ireland. It is the southern half of the Gaelic tuath of Corco Modhruadh.

                                               

Ibrickane

Ibrickane is one of the ancient baronies of Ireland. It is a geographical division of County Clare. It is sub-divided into four civil parishes.

                                               

Inchiquin

Inchiquin is a barony in County Clare, Ireland. This geographical unit of land is one of 11 baronies in the county. Its chief town is Corofin. It is administered by Clare County Council.

                                               

Islands (barony)

Islands is a barony located in County Clare, Ireland. This ancient unit of land division is in turn divided into five civil parishes.

                                               

Leitrim (County Galway barony)

Leitrim is a barony in Ireland that lies partly in County Galway and partly in County Clare. It is located in the extreme south-east of County Galway and the north-East of County Clare. Under the Local Government Act 1898, part of the barony was ...

                                               

Moyarta (barony)

Baronies were created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as divisions of counties and were used the administration of justice and the raising of revenue. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administratively ob ...

                                               

Tulla Lower

Tulla Lower is a barony in County Clare, Ireland. This ancient geographical division of land is in turn divided into eight civil parishes.

                                               

Tulla Upper

Tulla Upper is a barony in County Clare, Ireland. This ancient geographical division of land is in turn divided into seven civil parishes.

                                               

Bantry (County Cork barony)

Bantry is a barony in the west of County Cork in Ireland.Patrick Weston Joyce said the name Beanntrai means "descendants of Beann ", a son of Conchobar mac Nessa; similarly for the Wexford barony of Bantry. The barony borders the top end the sout ...

                                               

Barretts (barony)

Barretts is a barony in northwest County Cork in Ireland. The name is derived from the Old English Barrett family. Barretts is bordered by the baronies of Muskerry East to the south-west, Duhallow to the north-west, Fermoy to the north, Barrymore ...

                                               

Barrymore (barony)

Barrymore is a barony in County Cork in Ireland. It is the namesake of the Norman de Barry family, latterly created Earls of Barrymore. Barrymore is bordered by eight baronies: To the south-west, the Barony of Cork and the Barony of Cork City To ...

                                               

Carbery East

Carbery East is a barony in County Cork in Ireland. It has been split since the nineteenth century into East and West Divisions.

                                               

Carbery West

Carbery West is a barony in County Cork in Ireland. It has been split since the nineteenth century into East and West Divisions.

                                               

Cork City (barony)

Baronies were created after the Norman invasion of Ireland as divisions of counties and were used the administration of justice and the raising of revenue. While baronies continue to be officially defined units, they have been administratively ob ...

                                               

Fermoy (barony)

Fermoy is a barony in County Cork in Ireland. It is bordered by the baronies of Orrery and Kilmore to the north-west; Duhallow to the west; Barretts to the south-west; Barrymore to the south; Condons and Clangibbon to the east; and Coshlea, Count ...

                                               

Imokilly

Imokilly is one of the baronies of Ireland, an historical geographical unit of land. Its chief town is Youghal. It is one of 24 baronies in the county of Cork. Other neighbouring baronies include Barrymore to the west and Kinnatalloon to the nort ...

                                               

Barony of Banagh

                                               

Barony of Boylagh

                                               

Dunmore (barony)

                                               

Barony of Clanmaurice

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Corkaguiny

                                               

Trughanacmy

Trughanacmy is a barony in County Kerry, Ireland. The barony is an obsolete administrative area, having ceased to have any government function since the enactment of the Local Government Act 1898. In 1881 the barony had an area of 195.147 acres 7 ...

                                               

Carbury (County Kildare barony)

O Ciardha OKeary or OCarey, OCarry., lords of Carbury about the time of the Norman invasions, were of the Southern Ui Neill group. It is believed they were a recent 12th century intrusion following Breifne pressure on their original territory in ...

                                               

Clane (barony)

                                               

Connell (barony)

Connell derives its name from Old Connell Irish Seancongbhail / Seanchonail, "old settlement", a site in modern Newbridge where Saint Conleth lived as a hermit until his consecration in AD 490. Later it was the site of Connell Ford, a crossing po ...

                                               

Callan (barony)

The barony of Callan is a barony in the west of County Kilkenny, Ireland. The barony is 22.9 square kilometres in size. It is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. Unusually for a barony, it contains only two civil parishes which together compri ...

                                               

Fassadinin

Fassadinin, sometimes written Fassadining, is a barony in the north of County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. The size of the barony is 276.2 square kilometres. There are 19 civil parishes in Fassadinin. The chief ...

                                               

Galmoy (barony)

Galmoy is a barony in the north western part of County Kilkenny, Ireland. It is one of 12 baronies in County Kilkenny. The size of the barony is 162.7 square kilometres. There are 12 civil parishes in Galmoy. While it is named after the village o ...

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