2 edition of promontory forts and traditions of the districts of Beare and Bantry, co. Cork found in the catalog.
promontory forts and traditions of the districts of Beare and Bantry, co. Cork
Thomas Johnson Westropp
|Other titles||Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.|
|Statement||By Thomas Johnson Westropp.|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v (2) (p.140-159, (1)-16p.,  leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||159|
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Other articles where Beare Peninsula is discussed: Cork: long, scenic promontories such as Beare Peninsula. At the head of Bantry Bay is Glengariff, where subtropical vegetation survives because of. The Society, referred to as Bantry Historical Society, was set up by a small group of enthusiastic local people in We owe a huge debt of gratitude to these wonderful people for their foresight and commitment to researching local history, folklore and culture of the greater Bantry area and the Society continues to fulfil its initial remit of informing and researching Bantry and its environs.
Vol. 10, No. 2, Dec. 31, Published by: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. The Promontory Forts and Traditions of the Districts of Beare and Bantry, Co. Cork. The Promontory Forts and Traditions of the Districts of Beare and Bantry, Co. Cork (pp. The town of Bantry is in the civil parish of Kilmocomoge.
It is located within the poor law union of Bantry, in the barony of Bantry. Bantry Union lies within the baronies of Bantry and of West Carbery, Western Division. Bantry Union is in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cork & Ross. The civil parishes of Bantry Union are listed in the side bar.
This page features civil Birth Records for the district of Bantry in Co. Cork and includes full names (where possible), the year of birth, and the quarter in which the birth occurred.
A searchable index of all available birth records is available here. Many coastal sites in Ireland were defended by the erection of earthen or stone ramparts across the necks of headlands, forming promontory forts. These forts were built primarily for defence or refuge purposes, rather that for habitation and vary greatly in size.
Bantry Gravestone Transcriptions, Co. Cork O’Connor: In loving memory / of / Margaret O’Connor / relict of / Benjamin O’Connor / who died 20th June / and of their daughter / Annie / who died 14th April / RIP /and their son / John Joseph / who died 15 Dec /and their son / Benjamin / died 10th September National Library of Ireland: Book of 14 maps of the estate of Hamilton White and others in the baronies of Bere and Bantry and East Muskerry, Co.
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Durrus (Irish: Dubh Ros / Durrás, meaning "Black Headland") is a village located in West Cork, six miles ( km) from Bantry, County Cork, is situated at the head of the Sheep's Head peninsula – a European Destination of Excellence – and the Mizen Head peninsula.
A number of public gardens have been established in the area, including 'Kilvarock' and 'Cois Abhann'.County: County Cork. The poet and translator of Irish verse, was born in Ballinhassig, Co. Cork, and died at the age of just 34 in Lisbon, where he was staying for his health.
He wrote a well-known poem about Gougane Barra that many Irish people learned at school. The BEARA PENINSULA is the most westerly part of County Cork, bordered by the waters of Bantry Bay, Kenmare Bay and the Atlantic Ocean and is the largest peninsula in County Cork.
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In this our first publication the author explores the rich archaeological heritage in the unspoilt landscape of the old barony of Beara in West Cork, describing stone circles, ring forts, burial sites, standing stones, ogham inscriptions, ancient churches, monastic settlements, holy wells, old bridges and roads.
The journey from Glengarriff to Glashananinnaun stream. Bantry Library was designed in by the Cork County Council architect Patrick McSweeney, and the project was developed and overseen by his assistant, Harry Wallace.
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Tag Archives: McCarthy family Genealogy of McCarthy (Muclagh/Clann Tadhg Ruaidh-na-Scairte) family of Scart (Durrus/Bantry), West Cork, later Cul-na-long, from AD including descendants of Father/Reverend Daniel McCarthy from Samuel Trant McCarthy, High SheriffSrugrena Abbey intermarried with O’Learys Incigeela, McCarthys Kilcoe, O’Donovans, O’Mahonys Dunbeacon.
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Breakdown by third level institution shown. School inspection reports e: In Richard White later Lord Bantry paid for the building of a part of a new road from Durrus to Bantry.
It replaced to road which commenced at Crottees went over the hill on a steep gradient and about a half mile to the north of the bog road and then going to Molloch and accessing the Bantry Cork road from that direction.
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