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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Cashel
Cashel continued to be the chief residence of the Kings of
Archdiocese of Cashel and Diocese of Emly: archbishop, 1, parishes, 46, parish priests, 44,
Cashel), 1, convents of nuns, 15, with 322 members, monasteries of brothers, 4, with 24 members, Catholic population (1901) 111,185, non-Catholic population (1901) 4659, total 115,844.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03401a.htm   (1079 words)

  
  Cashel
Cashel continued to be the chief residence of the Kings of Munster until 1100.
Murtagh O'Brien, King of Cashel, in presence of the chiefs and clergy, made a grant in 1101 of the "Rock" with the territory around it to O'Dunan, "noble bishop and chief senior of Munster", and dedicated it to God and St. Patrick.
The Archbishop of Cashel is Administrator of the ancient Diocese of Emly.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/c/cashel.html   (1237 words)

  
 Cashel - Tipperary
Cashel was once seat of the Kings of Munster.
Cashel Heritage Town Centre (open March-December) /Rock of Cashel/Bolton Library - The latter holds a collection of over 12,000 volumes, which range in subject from history to theology and includes "the smallest book in the world".
Cashel offers a taste of Tipperary's gourmet food, crafts, art studios, gracious accommodation, cultural activities, warmth and hospitality.
www.heritagetowns.com /cashel.html   (724 words)

  
 Friar Street, Cashel, Co. Tipperary
Historical evidence for urban settlement at Cashel prior to the establishment of the chartered town in 1216 is slim.
The existence of a pre-thirteenth-century settlement adjacent to the Rock, however, is implied in exchanges between the archbishops of Cashel and Henry III between 1218 and 1230.
Flour was milled in Cashel at an earlier date, and bread was baked; the 1230 charter of Archbishop Mairin Ua Briain refers to a bakehouse.
www.mglarc.com /projects/cashel.htm   (1612 words)

  
 Rock of Cashel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It was in 1101 that Muircheartach Ua Briain, king of Cashel, gave the Cashel of Kings to religion.
Cashel was besieged by Lord Inchiquin for the English Parliament in 1647.
Rock of Cashel surrendered to Cromwell in 1649 when he came to avoid the type of bloodshed that had been seen in 1647 and it was once more in Protestant hands.
www.darkisle.com /ireland/fortification/cashel/cashel.html   (382 words)

  
 Cashel Cathedral
Cashel, resting at the heart of Tipperary’s Golden Vale, is an epicentre of Irish and European heritage, with a history which predates the discovery of America and the New World by over a millennium.
The coming to Cashel in 1824 of Henry Cotton as Archdeacon of the Diocese begins the next chapter in its history.
Becoming alarmed, about 1835, by the plans of the British government to suppress the Archbishopric of Cashel, he encouraged the clergy of the Diocese to erect a building in the precincts of St.John the Baptist's Cathedral to serve as a library and chapter-house.
cashel.anglican.org /cashel.shtm   (703 words)

  
 Connemara Ireland - Cashel
Cashel is a good angling and shooting centre and takes its name from a circular stone fort, the remains of which lie on the slope of a mountain about 1 km to the north-east.
Cashel lies along the western seaboard of Connemara at the head of beautiful Bertraghboy Bay.
To the north, Cashel Hill rises over 1000 feet with its breathtaking views of the jagged coastline - saffron coloured by seaweed covered rocks and featuring many picturesque stone built harbours and slipways.
www.connemaraireland.com /cashel   (155 words)

  
 Cashel Poor Law Union and Workhouse
Cashel Poor Law Union was officially formed on 6th February 1839 and covered an area of 221 square miles.
Tipperary: Ardmayle, Ballysheehan, Cashel (4), Clogher, Cloneen, Clonoulty, Drangan, Fethard (3), Gaile, Gracetown, Killenaule, Kilpatrick (2), Kiltinan, Knockgraffan (2), Magorban, Peppardstown, Tullemain.
Cashel chapel and infirmary block from the north-west, 2000.
users.ox.ac.uk /~peter/workhouse/Cashel/Cashel.shtml   (450 words)

  
 Martin Holland: Irish Church Reform and the First Synod of Cashel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The second event is the granting of Cashel to the church.
Beforehand at two Dublin synods and at Mael Isa's dispatch to Canterbury in 1096 the Ua Briain kings are seen to co-operate, wittingly or unwittingly, with Canterbury's aspirations in Ireland.
Cashel, then, is the first indication that Muirchertach has plans for church reform within an Irish context only.
www.ucc.ie /chronicon/cashel/holland.htm   (252 words)

  
 Cashel Holiday Hostel - Cashel, Ireland - Hostel Review
Cashel Hostel is on John street a small side road off the Main Street in the centre of Cashel.
Cashel Holiday hostel is a family run hostel centrally located in a 250 years old georgian house which oozes character and charm.
Cashel, a small market town of approx 3000 people, is not only famous for the Rock of Cashel and an extensive collection of rare books, maps and artifacts housed at the Bolton Library, but also for a great night of Irish music, song and dance at Bru Boru every evening.
www.hostelz.com /hostel/17209-Cashel-Holiday-Hostel   (843 words)

  
 Cashel House Hotel - Country House Accommodation - Manor House Hotel Connemara
Cashel House Hotel, one of Connemara's most gracious mid-19th century country houses and since 1968 is a luxury 4 star family run hotel which stands at the head of Cashel Bay.
Situated in the heart of Connemara on the West coast of Ireland Cashel House Hotel is set in 50 acres of award winning gardens containing flowering shrubs and woodland walks.
Cashel House is also the home of the Connemara Pony and Sport House Stud Farm where we breed and export Connemara Ponies all over the world.
www.cashel-house-hotel.com   (200 words)

  
 Cashel - tourist attractions - rock of Cashel - heritage town - tipperary ireland - holidays - places to see
The Rock of Cashel, with its well preserved ecclesiastical remains, is one of Ireland's spectacular landmarks, rising above the surrounding plain and dominating the land route southwards.
Cashel is also the ideal location for travelling throughout the south, southeast and mid west areas of the country.
Cashel is 1 hr from Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny.
www.cashel.ie   (179 words)

  
 Pictures of the Rock of Cashel - Ireland
The Rock of Cashel used to be a royal center.
In the early years this building was first used as an assembly place for kings and then years after it was used by the church and that is why a cathedral and a chapel were built there.
Furthermore, Cashel has two churches: the protestant and the Catholic are still used by the people of Cashel everyday for mass.
www.bamjam.net /Ireland/Cashel.html   (173 words)

  
 Hotels in Cashel Ireland accommodation - hotels accommodation around Cashel Ireland
The Republic of Ireland is bound to the west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the east is the Irish Sea which reconnects to the ocean via the southwest with St. George's Channel and the Celtic Sea.
Cashel is a town in County Tipperary, in the southern midlands of Ireland.
The Rock of Cashel served as the traditional seat of the Kings of Munster, although the majority of buildings on the current site date from the 12th and 13th centuries.
www.kayukay.co.uk /cashelhotels.html   (393 words)

  
 Genealogical Research in Cashel and Emly   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Access to them is at the discretion of the Cashel and Emly which currently chooses to limit consultation of these records to agencies of its approval.
The records of Cashel and Emly are available only via TFHR or from the parish concerned.
The population of the parishes in the Cashel and Emly was reduced by 68.7% from 1841 to 1946, by which year some 200,000 fewer people lived in its boundaries.
www.cashel-emly.ie /main/history/genealog.htm   (473 words)

  
 Cashel House Hotel - Hotel Connemara Ireland
The name of the townland and village of Cashel or An Caiseal derives from the ancient cashel or 'fort' in the graveyard north of the Church of St. James, in the area known as High Cashel or Caiseal Ard.
The most important antiquity on Cashel Hill is a mile west of the graveyard, about eight hundred yards up the hill from Sunset Cottage, and is known locally as Altoir or Altoir Ula (an ula is a tomb or penitential station) and said to be a Mass Rock.
It looks like a low hut built out of a few massive and irregular stone slabs, and whether or not Mass was ever read there in Penal times it is in fact a megalithic tomb dating from the end of the Stone Age or beginning of the Bronze Age, about 3500-4000 years ago.
www.cashel-house-hotel.com /cashel.html   (404 words)

  
 Rock of Cashel, Cashel, Tipperary, Ireland - VisitClonmel
It sits on the outskirts of Cashel on a large mound of limestone bristling with ancient fortifications.
The Rock of Cashel is composed of four structures which are the Hall of the Vicars Choral, the cathedral, the round tower, and Cormac's Chapel.
In the 4th century, the Rock of Cashel was chosen as a abse of power by the Eoghanachta clan from Wales.
www.visitclonmel.com /RockOfCashel.asp   (603 words)

  
 Cashel Connemara Homepage
Cashel gets its name from the earth and stone bank ringfort which surrounds the old part of the graveyard in High Cashel.
There is a prefab just behind the school into which we squeeze 5th and 6th class, a computer and a large aquarium.
Cashel lies along the Western seaboard of Connemara at the head of beautiful Bertraghboy Bay, in the southwest of County Galway.
www.iol.ie /~cashelns   (171 words)

  
 Cashel, Ireland
Cashel (Caiseal Mumhan, "Stone Fort of Munster") lies in southern Ireland on the N8.
On all the roads which converge on Cashel over the plain the famous Rock of Cashel is a prominent landmark: a steep-sided crag to the north of the town, crowned by a magnificent group of ruins.
The rock was fortified by the kings of Munster as early as the fourth century.
www.planetware.com /ireland/cashel-irl-t-cas.htm   (237 words)

  
 Cashel, Ireland. Travel guide & tourist information by Hostelbookers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Just eleven miles north of Cahir on the road to Dublin, CASHEL grew around, and is completely dominated by, the spectacular Rock of Cashel, a limestone outcrop topped by a splendid array of medieval buildings.
Cashel's tourist office (May, June & Sept Mon–Sat 9.15am–6pm; July & Aug daily 9.15am–6pm; tel 062/61333) sits in the market house in the middle of the main street.
The Cashel of the Kings heritage centre (tel 062/62511) alongside gives an overall picture of the history of the town, in particular its ecclesiastical buildings.
www.hostelbookers.com /guides/ireland/cashel   (177 words)

  
 Cashel Things To Do - Travel Guides - VirtualTourist.com
In 1647 the Rock was besieged by Cromwellian forces and this began the decline of the centre with the Bishop of Cashel eventually moving to Thurles in 1774.
The small town of Cashel lives under the protection of this great fortification that served as the seat of the bishops and kings of Munster for 900 years.
In Boherlahan, further along the road to Cashel, beside the main parish church, is a garden and chapel built by Charles Bianconi, an Italian immigrant who pioneered public transport, in the form of stage coaches, between provincial Irish towns in the early 19th Century.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Ireland/County_Tipperary/Cashel-296624/Things_To_Do-Cashel-BR-2.html   (1210 words)

  
 Dublin Bed and ~Breakfast Cashel Lodge B&B, Accommodation, Dublin
Dublin Bed and ~Breakfast Cashel Lodge BandB, Accommodation, Dublin
This beautifully decorated family home is conveniently located 10 minutes from Dublin International Airport and the bustling city centre a city steeped in history, culture and the finest shops in Ireland.
The house boasts spacious Ensuites rooms, tea /coffee making facilities, a television in every room and the finest full Irish Breakfast around.
www.cashellodge.com   (122 words)

  
 Cashel, Minnesota MN, township profile (Swift County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Cashel was $23,303, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Cashel, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $300.
The average commute time for Cashel workers is 18 minutes, compared with 26 minutes nationwide.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=268622   (453 words)

  
 Cashel English Pads
When a loyal fan sent us a wonderful picture of a Cashel Western Tush Cushion seat saver strapped to her horse with a nylon latigo and barn twine and begged us for a bareback pad, we thought it was time to do one!
Your Cashel Cushion Bareback Pad has ¾" Cashel foam to keep the withers and backbone from becoming too personal, longer side panels to keep your legs clean, foam padded girth and D-rings on the pad and girth for attaching a breast collar.
By design, your Cashel® foam saddle cushions do not absorb sweat so that they are easy to clean and do not harbor bacteria or odors.
www.culturedcowboy.com /cashel/index.htm   (583 words)

  
 Cashel Travel - Groups
At Cashel Travel, we can customise itineraries for any tour from general sightseeing to those with specific requirements such as Golfing and Fishing, Music and Literature, Castles and Gardens, Religious, Historic or Gourmet.
Cashel Travel also offers assistance to the travel trade, individuals and groups.
Cashel Travel can book hotels, coaches, travel guides, car hire and even plan itineraries for groups and individuals traveling to Ireland, Scotland and England
www.casheltravel.com /ACTIVITIES/Groups/Cashel_Travel_Groups.html   (164 words)

  
 Dedicate a Tree at Cashel Forest Scotland.
Cashel has some very special magnificent specimens that can be viewed on our great grandparents page.
As trees grow up to form a woodland, natural processes may result in some trees being outgrown and shaded out by their neighbours; and others may have to be removed if thinning becomes necessary to ensure the satisfactory development of the wood as a whole.
In consequence, the long term survival of individual trees cannot be guaranteed, but each will have contributed to the restoration of sustainable native woodland cover at Cashel for the enjoyment of future generations.
www.cashel.org.uk /dedicate-a-tree.htm   (494 words)

  
 Cashel Photos   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cashel is mostly flat green fields, with a huge limestone rock sticking out of the middle.
A group of buildings were built on top of the rock, but they were abandoned a while back and are now mostly ruins.
The whole cathedral roof is gone, leaving this huge block of masonry almost floating over the center of the cathedral.
www.igoweb.org /~wms/personal/photos/2001/ire6-cashel   (141 words)

  
 About Cashel Dennehy
At Cashel Dennehy, we believe that competition can be an exciting and enjoyable part of the Irish dance experience.
Cashel Dennehy, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with branches in Madison and Door County, has been in existence since 1983.
The School was originally named the Cashel School of Irish Dance, taking its name from the famous Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary; a symbol of royalty and priestly power in Ireland for more than a millenium.
www.casheldennehy.net /AboutUs.html   (664 words)

  
 Cashel Palace Hotel Ireland, Accommodation, Rooms, Dining, Hotel Ireland
The Cashel Palace Hotel owns the fishing rights on two stretches of the finest Trout fishing rivers in Ireland, The Suir and The Aherlow.
Also in Cashel and well worth a visit is close to the base of the Rock, the Dominican Friary founded in 1243 and within a mile of the friary are the ruins of Hoare Abbey, a Cistercian daughter-house of Mellifont in County Louth and the last Cistercian house to be founded in medieval Ireland.
The Bolton Library which houses an impressive collection of antiquarian and rare books and manuscripts including a monk's encyclopaedia from 1168 and pages of Chaucer's Book of Fame is also a must.
www.cashel-palace.ie /attractions.shtml   (297 words)

  
 Cashel Palace Hotel Ireland, Accommodation, Rooms, Dining, Hotel Ireland
The Cashel Palace’s 28 acres of garden are in fact older than the house itself, with two charming Mulberry trees, planted in 1702, to commemorate the coronation of Queen Anne.
These beautiful gardens surround the Rock of Cashel and the 13th Century Cathedral.
The Bishop’s Walk is a private path leading directly to the Rock of Cashel, built for the convenience of Archbishop Theophilus Bolton.
www.cashel-palace.ie /location.shtml   (141 words)

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