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  Learn more about County in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The county remains one of the oldest levels of government in China and significantly predates the establishment of provinces in the Ming dynasty.
The county of Oslo is equivalent to the municipality of Oslo.
At the County level there is a County Administrative Board led by a Governor appointed by the central Government of Sweden, as well as an elected County Council that handles a separate set of issues, notably Hospitals and Public transportation.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /c/co/county.html   (1292 words)

  
 Ireland GenWeb County Tipperary
"Tipperary, a County of Ireland, Province of Munster, bounded N by King's and Queen's counties, E by Queen's county and Kilkenny, S by Waterford and Cork, and W by Limerick, Clare, and Galway; length from N to S is 73 1/2 m, breadth 39 1/2.
S of a range of bog, and between the small town of Kinnenaule and the county of Kilkenny, is the coal district.
Chief towns, Clonmell, Cashell, Toscrea, Nenegh, Tipperary, and Carrick.
www.rootsweb.com /~irltip/tipperary.htm   (213 words)

  
 County Tipperary
In Tipperary, the Whiteboy movement commenced, as tenant farmers, wearing white shirts, levelled the fences erected by the landlords.
Tipperary was relatively badly affected by the Famine.
The county population fell from 435,000 in 1841, to 331,000 in 1851 and to 249,000 in 1861.
www.inweb.ch /delaneyscorner/county_tipperary.php   (1050 words)

  
 Tipperary Town County Tipperary
Tipperary Town the capital of the County of Tipperary.
The county of Tipperary is an important equestrian area, with racecourses at Thurles, Clonmel and also Tipperary town.
Tipperary is famous the world over for its song "it’s a long way to Tipperary" and we invite you to come and share time with us.
homepage.eircom.net /~deelakord/tipperary.htm   (355 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Tipperary, county, Republic of Ireland (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Administratively, the county is divided into North Riding (its administrative center at Nenagh) and South Riding (its administrative center at Clonmel).
The southern portion of the county is drained by the Suir River; the northern by tributaries of the Shannon, which widens into Lough Derg on the northern border.
Antiquarian remains are found in Tipperary, particularly in the vicinity of Cashel.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/T/TipperCo.html   (305 words)

  
 Irish Property News - About Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
County Tipperary is surrounded by the Galtee Mountains, the River Suir, and lush green landscapes.
County Waterford is a maritime county with fishing villages and resorts, along with a mountainous hinterland.
County Wicklow is north and the River Barrow and Blackstairs Mountains are to the west.
www.irishpropertynews.com /about_ireland/southeast.html   (1084 words)

  
 Total Ireland - Tipperary
The middle of the county is a broad plain, through which the River Suir flows from north to south; and from this plain the rich land of the Golden Vale extends westwards into County Limerick.
Tipperary has a long and fabled history, and when traveling there, must-see's are the fabulous ruins at the Rock of Cashel,once a seat of the kings of Munster, is the most notable landmark.
Tipperary has beautiful lush mountain scenery and the most famous of these hills is known as the Devil's Bit, named for the bite taken out of it by the devil as he rode over Ireland, and the hunk he spat out is now the Rock of Cashel!
www.totalireland.com /tipperary   (303 words)

  
 County Tipperary, Ireland
Tipperary lies dominantly in the basin of the Suir River.
The county has a strong bloodstock industry, breeding the most well-known hunters and racehorses and is a famous stop-over for travelers.
Tipperary is a bustling market town and an ideal base; it is prosperous and the visitor can see the influence of the English landlords down through the centuries in its fine buildings.
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 County Tipperary Records -- Flannery
County Tipperary is a major point of origin for the surname Flannery.
The Michael Flannery family is most closely associated with the parish and city of Nenagh, the largest town in County Tipperary, located in the northwestern quarter of the county.
A list of monographs and publications about County Tipperary and by authors from County Tipperary is offered by the Local Studies Department, of the Tipperary Libraries, Castle Avenue, Thurles, Co.
www.angelfire.com /md3/flannery_bmore/co_tipp_pg.htm   (396 words)

  
 Tipperary - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
This article is about the Irish town of Tipperary.
Tipperary (Irish: Tiobraid Árann) is a town in the centre of County Tipperary.
It is not a county town, as the county is divided into two council areas, Tipperary North and Tipperary South, with administrative centres of Nenagh and Clonmel respectively.
www.peekskill.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Tipperary,_County_Tipperary   (211 words)

  
 Tipperary School of Stonemasonry, Ballytarsna Castle, Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland
The Tipperary School of Stonemasonry is an educational program at Ballytarsna Castle that is dedicated to promoting the preservation of historic Irish stonework and the creation of new stone structures that are in harmony with historic practices and sound traditional workmanship.
The art and vocation of traditional Irish stonemasonry is increasing in importance and demand in the marketplace as the interest in preserving and restoring traditional stonework accelerates along with the surge in new construction.
A primary emphasis in the courses at the Tipperary School of Stonemasonry is the use of
www.castlepreservation.com /StoneSchool.html   (1304 words)

  
 The Kingdom - 2004/06/24: Good communication needed between club and county Tipperary
Two days later the whole Tipperary football panel, in support of their manager, decided to withdraw their services from the county panel and refused to fulfil the fixture.
County Board officials can argue that this decision was in favour of the majority of club players in Tipperary.
The moral of the story is that all county boards should implement a master fixture plan that would incorporate the recommendations of the fixtures review body, otherwise a lot of good work done in the promotion of games can be undone overnight.
archives.tcm.ie /thekingdom/2004/06/24/story13900.asp   (818 words)

  
 IOL: Kerry and Tipperary County Boards fined €5,000 for match withdrawals
KERRY and Tipperary County Boards will face sizeable losses for their withdrawals from the All-Ireland senior championship in hurling and football respectively.
Both counties were hit with €5,000 fines for their indiscretions but, more important, the two Munster sides will also miss out on monies from the All-Ireland qualifiers series.
The Orchard County were two minutes late coming out for the second half of their provincial final showdown with Donegal.
breakingnews.iol.ie /news/iestory.asp?j=266508747890&p=z665x8748z64&n=266508748361   (469 words)

  
 County Tipperary - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
County Tipperary (Tiobraid Árainn in Irish) is a county in the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster.
Tipperary is a large and beautiful county situated in the mid-west of Ireland.
The county is well served by road and rail.
wikitravel.org /en/County_Tipperary   (261 words)

  
 Tipperary on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Tipperary Corporation Announces Settlement of Litigation With Tri-Star Petroleum.
Tipperary Corporation Announces Opening of Office in Queensland, Australia.
Tipperary Corporation Completes Private Placement of Common Stock to Institutional Investors.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/T/TipperC1o.asp   (360 words)

  
 Cashel - Tipperary
Tipperary Town N24: An old market town that still retains the charm and character of earlier times.
Clonmel R668: This is Co Tipperary's largest town and provides 18 hold golf, horse racing, greyhound racing, pony trekking, swimming, shopping, riverside walks and trout fishing.
The Tipperary County Museum in Parnell Street has a good quality display of 19th and 20th century items of political, industrial and civic interest.
www.heritagetowns.com /cashel.html   (724 words)

  
 Links of interest to County Tipperary
Tipperary is known for its coal mines and slate quarries.
Tipperary borders the mountain ranges of the Galtees, the Knockmealdowns and the Silvermines.
Tipperary Christian Fellowship - The fellowship has met in Tipperary town for over 20 years.
www.tipperarylinks.com   (347 words)

  
 Tipperary North Riding County Council
The County Council of the North Riding is recognised in Local Government Law as a fully separate unit of Local Government within its functional area.
The division of the County has resulted in the county forming part of two regions for Health, Industrial/Tourism, and other regionalised services.
The County Headquarters at Nenagh, on the N7, is just 40km from Limerick City and its University and National Technological Park.
www.cleantipp.ie /northtippcoco.html   (204 words)

  
 County Tipperary : Tipperary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
County Tipperary is a county in the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Munster.
It is known for its horsebreeding[?] (Coolmore Stud is the largest thoroughbred breeding operation in the world) its fertile agricultural land and its Hurling teams.
Tipperary is split into two administrative regions, Tipperary North Riding and Tipperary South Riding, whose principal towns are Nenagh and Clonmel, respectively.
www.city-search.org /ti/tipperary.html   (230 words)

  
 Irish Ancestors /Co. Tipperary
For most of the period Cashel, in the south of the county, was the seat of the kings of Munster.
On the arrival of the Normans, the south of the county was granted to Philip de Worcester and most of the north to Theobald Walter, progenitor of the Butler family, who later became earls of Ormond, and played a large role in Irish politics over three centuries.
The county was created and named after the town in 1328, making it one of the earliest of the Irish counties.
scripts.ireland.com /ancestor/browse/counties/munster/index_ti.htm   (241 words)

  
 County Tipperary History Day 2003
Fethard Historical Society members photographed at the County Tipperary Local History Day in Fethard are L to R: Catherine O’Flynn, Margaret Newport, Peter Delaney and Mary Hanrahan.
Photographed at the County Tipperary Local History Day in Fethard are L to R: Margaret Rossiter, Clonmel; Stephen Fallon, Conservation Officer South Tipperary County Council ; Garry Gleeson, Carrigmore, Clogheen; and Geraldine Walsh, Dublin City Trust.
Brendan McSherry (Heritage Officer South Tipperary County Council) speaking to the group at the afternoon session in the Abymill Theatre.
www.fethard.com /histor/local_history_day.html   (500 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Killaloe
The parish of Seir Kieran in King's County, though in Thomond, was allowed to remain subject to the Diocese of Ossory, out of respect to the memory of St. Kieran.
He was born in Kiltanon, County Clare, in 1617, was a doctor of the Sorbonne and, before his appointment to Killaloe, had been canon of Rouen, in France.
He was named bishop by Propaganda in 1671, at the urgent request of the Catholics of the diocese, his qualifications for the exalted office being set forth in various testimonials from the doctors of the University of Paris, and several French bishops and archbishops.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08641a.htm   (1527 words)

  
 Welcome to Thurles
Welcome to Thurles.ie, an information gateway to the town of Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland, which offers you a window of connection into the vibrant business, social and cultural life of North Tipperary’s largest town.
Tipperary business people are asked to volunteer themselves as Business Ambassadors for the county.
This project was assisted by the Tipperary Leader Group which is funded by the Irish Government and part financed by the European Union under the National Development Plan, 2000-2006.
www.thurles.ie   (203 words)

  
 Tipperary County Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The 1901 Census, Rate Books, and also commercial directories like Bassett’s Book of Tipperary, 1889, the earliest extant return for the whole country, lists householders, all other family members present, ages, occupations, religion, marital status, level of literacy with details of houses and outbuildings also given.
All the major Tipperary publications are held in the library.
Tipperary: history and Society edited by W. Nolan and T. McGrath: Thurles: The Cathedral Town edited by W. Corbett and W. Nolan.
www.iol.ie /~libcounc/tipperary.htm   (542 words)

  
 County Tipperary, Ireland, From Ireland web site, ©Jane Lyons
People said that they came from A, B, or C, possibly in such and such a county in Ireland, and the thing is, that today, some people don't know if their ancestors were talking about the Civil Parish that they came from or the Religious parish or Barony or which division.
Some cover only Tipperary, while others take in parts of the surrounding counties or are districts whose main town is in another county and which covers only part of Co. Tipperary.
The centre for any registration district was a town in a county and the area taken in by the Poor Law Union related to that town.
www.from-ireland.net /contents/tipperconts.htm   (2617 words)

  
 County Tipperary Historical Society
AUGUST 19, 2005: The 2005 Tipperary Historical Journal should be ready to ship from September onwards.
JUNE 1, 2005: The provisional release date for the 2005 Tipperary Historical Journal is set for September 2005.
NOVEMBER 26, 2004: The 2004 Tipperary Historical Journal is shipping to Irish members the week beginning November 29, 2004.
www.tipperarylibraries.ie /ths   (307 words)

  
 County Tipperary: Accommodation Ireland: Ireland-Ac.com
County Tipperary is the largest of Ireland's 12 inland counties in terms of land area and has a population of 133,500.
The county boasts richly varied scenery in its hills and mountains, its plains and river valleys.
Tipperary offers excellent facilities for pursuits such as angling, golf, mountain climbing, caving and hunting.
www.ireland-ac.com /tipperary/tipperary.htm   (221 words)

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