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  County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
County Cork (Irish: Contae Chorcaí) is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Republic of Ireland.
Cork is nicknamed "The Rebel County", as a result of the support of the townsmen of Cork in 1491 for Perkin Warbeck, a pretender to the throne of England during the Wars of the Roses.
County Cork has two Gaeltacht areas where the Irish language is still the primary medium of everyday speech.
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 Cork county, Lewis, 1837 description ©Jane Lyons
CORK (County of), A maritime county of the province of MUNSTER, and the largest in IRELAND, bounded on the east by the counties of Tipperary and Waterford, on the north by that of Limerick, on the west by that of Kerry, and on the south-west, south, and south-east by St.
The county is included in the Munster circuit: the assizes are held in the city of Cork; and by the act of the 4th of Geo.
In the city of Cork are the county gaol and house of correction, rules for the management of which were drawn up by a committee of the magistrates in 1816, which were afterwards embodied in the general act for the prisons of Ireland.
www.from-ireland.net /lewis/cork/countycork.htm   (4812 words)

 Charleville, County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charleville or Rath Luirc (Rath Luirc or An Rath in Irish) is a town in north County Cork, Republic of Ireland, situated in Ireland's Golden Vale, near the border with County Limerick.
It is the second largest town between Limerick and Cork (Mallow is the largest), and is located on the N20 road between them.
 This geographical article about County Cork is a stub.
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 County Cork
Cork is in the province of Munster and is the largest county in Ireland.
Cork was one of the worst affected areas in the Great Famine of 1845-47, losing 200,000 persons (one-quarter of the total population) between 1841 and 1851.
All of the extant records for Cork County have been filmed by the National Library and written permission is not required from the priests of any Cork County parish to research these films.
www.rootsweb.com /~fianna/county/cork.html   (1737 words)

 Cork travel guide - Wikitravel
With a population of 180,000, Cork (Gaelic: Corcaigh [1]) is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and is situated on the banks of the River Lee in the south of the county.
Cork was originally built on several islands (the Gaelic name, Corcaigh, means marsh), and the center of the city sits between the north and south channels of the River Lee.
Cork has a thriving cultural scene that was acknowledged internationally when it was named the European Capital of Culture for 2005.
wikitravel.org /en/Cork   (2310 words)

 Walkabout - Charleville
The area around Charleville was first explored by Edmund Kennedy during his 1847 journey through the area.
By 1888, when the population had grown to 1470, it was a thriving centre with a number of hotels, a brewery, a cordial factory, four sawmills and three butcheries.
Clement Wragge at Charleville, September 26 1902.' It was a vain attempt to induce a deluge and thus break the drought which had been going on since 1896.
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 The fate of Cork unionists 1919-1921
In 1919 the Unionist community in County Cork was prosperous, numerous and committed in varying degrees to the Unionist cause.
Thus we can see that the decline of Protestants in County Cork during the 1911-26 period was highly significant, and constituted the most significant demographic shift in the British Isles during that period.
Cork County Cricket club was something of a bastion of unionism, with prominent Irish Unionist Alliance activist the Earl of Bandon among it's patrons.
www.reform.org /TheReformMovement_files/article_files/articles/cork.htm   (3845 words)

 e-Car Rental Ireland - online Irish car hire service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
County Cork is situated in the South of Ireland and is surround by the Counties of Kerry, Limerick and Waterford.
County Cork is the largest County in Ireland with 2,878 sq miles.
County Cork is home to the heaviest concentration of stone circles in Ireland, with around 80 circles located in the area.
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 Outback Now - Australian Outback Towns
Located 740 km WNW of Brisbane with a population of around 3500, Charleville is known as the "hub" of the South West.
The name Charleville, although originally coming from France, was the name given by Pioneer surveyer of the area William Tully after his childhood home in County Cork, Ireland.
Charleville acts as the southern Queensland base for the R.F.D.S and without these guys, the men, women and children which reside in this great outback of ours, when ill or injured, would be lost to the remoteness.
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 Pigot & Co.'s Directory, 1824 - Charleville
It is pleasantly situated on the confines of the county of Cork, and owes its establishment to Roger, first Earl of Orrery, and Lord President of Munster, who held his court here, and bestowed on its improvement a portion of that munificence, for which the noble family of Boyle has been eminently distinguished.
Charleville, however, under the disadvantage above mentioned, has been lately much improved; the markets are excellent, and the town is well furnished with good shops, for the supply of the adjacent country, as well as the inhabitants, among whom are many opulent residents.
At the distance of six miles from Charleville, on the road to Mallow, is situate the ancient town of Buttevant, formerly a place of very great note: its present wretchedness exhibits some vestiges of its religious buildings, now nothing more than a heap of ruins.
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 Charleville 1788
From Buttervant we proceeded about five miles north to Charleville, the principal place in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, situate on the most northern extremity of the county of Cork, and borders of Limerick.
The lands round Charleville are mostly under stock for butter and beef, with very little corn; the poorer inhabitants living on potatoes and milk.
And is situated on the extremity of the county of Cork.
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 Cork County Directory, 1862   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
CORK, a maritime county in Munster province; the largest of Ireland, both in extent of surface and of arable land.
The county is divided into E. and W. Ridings for the purpose of holding general sessions of the peace; the East Riding has been sub-divided into 3 districts for Quarter Sessions purposes, and the West Riding into 2 divisions.
Cork is the head quarters of the military district of that name; and there are barrack stations at Kinsale, Charlesfort, Camdenfort, Fermoy, Ballincollig, Carlisle fort, Spike-island, Youghal, Hawlbowline, Rockey island, Mitchelstown, Buttevant, Mallow, Bandon, Dunmanway, Millstreet, and Cloghnakilty.
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 Golf Accommodation in County Cork, Ireland
Ireland's largest county, Cork covers and area from the extreme southwest of Ireland (Mizen Head is Ireland's most southerly point) east through Cork City to the historic town of Youghal and north to the town of Charleville near Limerick.
The scenery in west Cork, in particular, is breathtaking and the two peninsulas south of the Ring of Kerry peninsula, the Beara peninsula and the Sheeps Head peninsula are outstandingly beautiful and peaceful.
Elsewhere in the county there are many local clubs that could be worth a visit - these include Mallow, Fermoy and Charleville.
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 Charleville Tyre & Auto Centre - Company Profile
was established to bring a state of the art auto centre to Charleville.
Charleville Tyre and Auto Centre is run by Paul O'Sullivan.
This experience, skill and expertise, so critical to safety in the tyre and auto business is now available to you in Charleville Tyre and Auto Centre.
www.charlevilletyre.ie /charleville_tyrecentre_profile.htm   (113 words)

 Charleville Co. Cork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Charleville in on the absolute northern edge of the middle of county Cork.
Charleville neighbors Kilmallock in Co. Limerick (north east of Charleville).
30 Married Margaret Healy of East Cooleens in the Parish of Charleville to Daniel Leahy of the parish of Grenagh - pres David Connor Ellen Healy Thomas Croke p.p.
www.sci.net.au /userpages/mgrogan/cork/charleville.htm   (446 words)

 RTE News - Three women and a child die in Mallow car crash
It is believed all four were related and are from the from the Charleville area.
The accident occurred in the townland of Knockardarum on the Mallow side of Charleville in County Cork.
The four who died are believed to have been travelling in one car when they were involved in a collision with another car on the main Cork to Limerick road at Cooleens outside Charleville at about 5.30pm this evening.
www.rte.ie /news/1999/1027/mallow.html   (249 words)

 Main Cork Page
Photographs of almost 500 gravestones from the Roman Catholic cemetery in Midleton, East Cork, and from a nearby older cemetery (name unknown), indexed by surname.
Index to the Griffith's Valuation for the County Cork parishes of Killowen, Murragh, Kinneigh, Templemartin, Desertserges, Ballymoney, and the surnames Hurley, Swanton and Bradfield.
Maps of Ballydehob/Schull, Bandon, and Boulteen, Ballineen, Enniskeane and Clonakilty area of County Cork.
www.ginnisw.com /corkmain.html   (508 words)

 The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Cork Archives Institute, Christchurch, South Main Street, Cork.
Charleville and District Historical Society, Elizabeth Binchy, Knight's Lodge, Charlevile, Co. Cork.
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Pat Holohan, Ballysheedy Lodge, Clogheen, Co. Cork.
tiara.ie /cork.html   (420 words)

 County Cork Ireland : Index Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Charleville Co Cork - Charleville and its community, news and views.
Churchtown - Churchtown is a beautiful stone village located in the rolling countryside of the Golden Vale.
Clonakilty - Clonakilty is a picturesque seaside town situated in the heart of West Cork, Ireland - A Town for All Seasons.
www.indexireland.com /regional/cork   (300 words)

 Ireland Page 2
Located at Blarney, County Cork is the famous Blarney Castle, the well-preserved ruins of a castle built in 1446.
In the Cobh railway station is the Queenstown Project, a museum recreates the experience of the million emigrants who left the town between 1750 and the early 20th century.
At the Cork Harbor on the River Lee is found colorful rowhouses.
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 Bed and Breakfast in Charleville County Cork
If you want to find bed and breakfast elsewhere in the county of Cork follow the links on the right of the page.
Finding a fbed and breakfast in Charleville has never been easier with this site and by linking directly with the businesses you are guaranteed the cheapest rates.
Charleville is situated in the rich farmland area known as the Golden Vale.
www.irelandbedandbreakfast.biz /Cork/Charleville/index.asp   (201 words)

 International Civic Heraldry - Ireland - County CORK
In the angles of the trefoil are placed the shields of three of the less important towns within the jurisdiction of the County Council.
The three towns not mentioned are Castlemartyr, Charleville and Midleton all of which had been boroughs corporate prior to the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act, 1840.
Leycester, of Ennismore, Cork, and represent a castellated building of two square towers, with pyramidical tops, from the tallest of which a flag is floating.
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 UK-GolfGuide : A golfer's Guide to Charleville Golf Club, Charleville in County Cork, Ireland
Please click here for a popup page containing a more detailed map of the location of Charleville Golf Club as well as all the other clubs within a 30 mile radius of it.
Two kilometres west of Charleville town which is on main Cork/Limerick road.
If you know that any of the information shown for Charleville Golf Club is inaccurate or out of date, please tell UK-GolfGuide so that we can update our files.
www.uk-golfguide.com /eire/26982.html   (330 words)

 Dáil Éireann - Volume 141 - 22 July, 1953 - Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Erection of County Cork ...
Moylan: Arrangements for the erection of the proposed new school at Clondulane, County Cork, are in the hands of the Commissioners of Public Works, and I understand that tenders for the work will shortly be invited.
Certain preliminary arrangements have to be made before a grant can be sanctioned towards the cost of the new school or work on the building can be put in hands.
Moylan: Sketch plans for a four-room vocational school to be erected at Charleville are at present being prepared and it is expected that the committee will be in a position to proceed with the building of the school about April, 1954.
www.oireachtas-debates.gov.ie /D/0141/D.0141.195307220024.html   (263 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Charleville-M   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Charleville Forest Castle, which is located on the border of Tullamore, County Offaly, in Ireland.
Earl of Charleville, a title used in Ireland in the 18th and 19th centuries.
This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
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 Daniel Mannix Summary
Daniel Mannix was born at Charleville in County Cork, Ireland, on March 4, 1864.
Mannix was the son of a tenant farmer near Charleville, in County Cork, and was educated at Irish Christian Brothers schools and at the prestigious St Patrick's College, Maynooth seminary, where he was ordained as a priest in 1890.
Mannix opposed the Easter Rising in 1916 and always condemned the use of force by Irish nationalists, and he counselled Australians of Irish Catholic extraction to stay out of Irish politics.
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 Cork Kerry - Accommodation Search Individual Result   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Deerpark Hotel is the ideaal centre for your stay in the north Cork,South Limerick, south Tipperary area.
Convenient to Blarney, Cork, Adare, Shannon and the Glen of Aherlow.
Horse riding, bicycle hire, fishing, pitch and putt special green fees at one of Munsters finest inland 27 hole courses(18 and 9) are all available locally to our guests.
www.corkkerry.ie /accom_search_results_single.asp?sID=HHS03445   (115 words)

 Hotels, guest houses, B&B's near Charleville Golf Club Charleville County Cork in Ireland
Limerick County Golf and Country Club in Ballyneety.
The Dunraven Arms, established in 1792, is an oasis of tranquillity, surrounded by mellow thatched cottages, offering the ambience of a country house, with first class service and friendly efficient staff.
South Court Hotel is an oasis of Tranquillity, and a haven from the cares of commerce, situated in beautiful Limerick.
www.uk-golfguide.com /eire/26982_local_hotels.html   (1567 words)

 Kilbolane House B&B Charleville County Cork Republic of Ireland Eire bed and breakfast accommodation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Kilbolane House B&B Charleville County Cork Republic of Ireland Eire bed and breakfast accommodation
Kilbolane House is situated on the grounds of Kilbolane Castle, within walking distance of Milford village.
It is a family run country house, ideally suited for touring Cork, Kerry, Limerick.
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