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Things to do - Visits - Ireland - Munster

  
 
  

Visits - Ireland - Munster





Clare

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SE Co.Clare Quinpool House Lane
  

Tralee

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Tralee Blennerville House Blennerhassett
Tralee Ballycarty John Blennerhassett
Tralee Carrignafeela Castle Ryeves
Tralee Oak Park Bateman
Tralee Barrow House Collis
  

Kerry

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Listowel Duagh Cemetery Galvin grave.
Iveragh Peninsula Waterville Butler/Yielding
Iveragh Peninsula Belville Butler/Yielding
Iveragh Peninsula Kells Rowland Blennerhassett
Killorglin Mount Rivers Robert Blennerhassett
Killorglin Killorglin Castle Conway.
Capt. Robert Blennerhassett.
Dromavally is burial place of family of Rev. John Blennerhassett.
Maybe location of the vanished "Black Jack" tomb.
Kenmare The White House Orpen
Killarney Barleymount House Crumpe
Killarney Churchtown House Blennerhassett
Lakes of Killarney Queen's Cottage, Derrycunihy Denis Moynihan
  

Limerick city

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Limerick city 18 Upper William St William Ebrill
Limerick city Limerick City Museum Fr. Cornelius Mangan walking stick
Near Limerick city Garryglass, Ballysimon Nolan of Garryglass
SW of Limerick city Skehanagh House, Crecora Mangan
  

Co.Limerick

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C Co.Limerick Belview Yielding
W Co.Limerick Glenastar Lodge William Richard Yeilding
W Co.Limerick Desmond Hall, Newcastle West Earls of Desmond
W Co.Limerick Kilbradran graveyard, SE of Shanagolden Kennedy O'Brien grave
W Co.Limerick Ballyane House near Shanagolden Enraght and Nolan
W Co.Limerick Parkmore, Shanagolden Mangan
  

Cork

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Cork city Sunday's Well, - Good Shepherd convent Mangan graves
C Co.Cork Nettleville William Yielding
SW Co.Cork Castle Togher, NW of Dunmanway Aodhagán Ó Rathaille visit before 1730
  

Waterford

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SC Co.Waterford Seafield House, near Bunmahon Patrick Rahilly story in 18th century
  

  
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