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  Mallow, County Cork - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Mallow (Mala, Magh Ealla, and other variations in Irish) is the "Crossroads of Munster" and the administrative capital of north County Cork, in Ireland.
Mallow lies at the convergence of several important routes and is on the main Cork/Limerick/Shannon road.
Mallow is situated on the N20 road, 35 km north of Cork City and 64 km east of Killarney.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Mallow%2C_County_Cork   (309 words)

 Mallow Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
There were four sons and four daughters of the marriage, and their direct descendants have lived at Mallow Castle until recently when it was purchased by the McGinn family of Washington D.C. Since 1928, the old ruined castle has become a National Monument.
The walls are still standing but from the manner in which they were built and the decayed condition of the building, it would seem that the castle was erected at a very early date.
North of Mallow (on the main Limerick road) one can view the ruined monastery founded in 1237 by Philip de Barry, which was later castellated in the 15th century.
www.cork-guide.ie /mallow/attractions.html   (1351 words)

  Mallow, County Cork - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mallow (Mala, Magh Ealla, and other variations in Irish) is the "Crossroads of Munster" and the administrative capital of north County Cork, in Ireland.
Mallow originated in the late 16th century as a plantation town.
The town was the HQ of the infamous North Cork Militia later the North Cork Rifles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mallow,_County_Cork   (737 words)

 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)

 County Cork Ireland Genealogy GenWeb Project
Cork (county, Republic of Ireland), largest and southernmost county of the Republic of Ireland, in Munster Province.
Cork (city, Republic of Ireland), city in southern Republic of Ireland, county borough and seat of the county of Cork, located on the Lee River, at the head of Cork Harbour inlet.
In 1172 Cork was taken by King Henry II of England, and in 1649, during the English civil war, it fell to Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of England during the Commonwealth.
www.cmcrp.net /corkigp/index.html   (773 words)

 Destination Ireland - County Cork Guide
County Cork is Ireland's largest county and has a wealth to offer the visitor.
Cork has a history that goes back for hundreds of years and there are traces of civilisation that date back to the Stone Age.
Cork City is the second largest city in Ireland with a population of 128,000 and many Corkonians believe Cork should be the real capital of Ireland!
www.foundmark.com /Ireland/Cork-Kerry/Cork/Chomepage.html   (430 words)

 Ireland Newspaper Abstracts
At Rathfarnham Church, county Dublin, Thomas Rudd, Esq., of Clonhaston, county of Wexford, to Emily Caroline, daughter of Thomas Goodisson, Esq., Heathfield, Rathgar, county of Dublin.
The case is not altogether unknown to our readers, Captain Garnham having adopted other means than the county court to obtain redress of the wrongs he suffered in having to pay a penny for the care of his umbrella, whenever he carried one to the Exhibition, or to have the umbrella itself forfeited.
At Mallow on the 21st inst., the wife of Robert Wynne, Solicitor, of a son.
www.irelandoldnews.com /Cork/1862/AUG.html   (8530 words)

 Mallow Castle, County Cork
The old Desmond fortress on the Blackwater River at Mallow was granted in 1584 to Sir Thomas Norreys, Lord President of Munster and son of Queen Elizabeth's life-long friend, Lord Norreys of Rycote.
The style is essentially English and early Jacobean with its high gables, single-stepped battlements and large mullioned windows, but the place was well-adapted for Irish conditions with numerous loop-holes for muskets, notably in the turrets and beneath the upper windows.
Mallow Castle held out against the Confederates under Lord Mountgarret in 1642, by which time it belonged to General William Jephson, whose mother, Elizabeth - a god-child of the Queen after whom she was named - was the daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Norreys.
www.irelandseye.com /aarticles/travel/attractions/castles/mallow.shtm   (300 words)

 Mallow Accommodation Ard Na Coille, B&B Accommodation, Lombardstown, Mallow, County Cork
Ard na Coille BandB is located 10 miles from Mallow town which is home of the many amenities for the visitor.
Mallow golf club, golf range, race course, swimming pool, cinema, greyhound track, fine restaurants and pubs are just some of the attractions worth visiting.
The house is a perfect base for touring the many attractions in County Cork, Fota Wildlife Park, Blarney Castle, Millstreet Country Park are all easily accessible.
www.ardnacoille.com   (335 words)

 County Cork, Ireland
Mayors and Sheriffs of Cork 1610 - 1861.
County Cork Physical and Statistical Info Notes by Jane Lyons submitted to the cork mailing list.
Mallow Archaeological and Historical Society The Mallow Archaeological & Historical Society is a nonprofit organization promoting the gathering and dissemination of information on the history and archaeology of the Blackwater Valley area in North Cork through field trips, lectures, and the publication of an annual journal.
myhome.ispdr.net.au /~mgrogan/cork/ire.cork.htm   (1229 words)

 GLOBAL PROPERTIES, Cork City, Ireland
Mallow is located deep in the Blackwater Valley, the town was traditionally an agricultural market town.
However, due to vast improvements in infrastructure, coupled with significant promotion and investment from the Mallow Town Council and the private sector, the town has become a thriving business and satellite town.
Whether moving from City to County, from outside the County or from outside Ireland - rest assured that Global can provide you with that Cork County dwelling you have been searching for.
www.globalproperties.ie /resid_mallow_data/prop_mallow.htm   (1310 words)

 Ballyhass Lakes Holiday Village, Self-Catering Accommodation (Rental), Mallow, County Cork, Ireland
To visit North Cork is to follow the path of the majestic River Blackwater, one of the longest rivers in Ireland flowing through quaint villages and charming countryside.
The beauty of North Cork's landscaped gardens can be seen at the Millstreet Country Park, a 500 acre extravaganza of lakes, waterfalls, streams, wetlands, walks, picnic areas, moorlands, arboretum, herb rich meadows, ornamental gardens, archaeological sites, native deer, birds and wildlife.
Both Cork and Killarney are within a half hour drive, leading onto the wonderful scenic day drives of both counties.
www.westirelandholidays.com /cork/ballyhass.htm   (482 words)

 Mallow, County Cork - Reviews and Travel Information - TripAdvisor
My husband and i would like to thank everybody who were involved in making our special day a success, both on the lead up to the wedding day and on the actual day.
It is situated under 10 miles from Mitchelstown so it’s well located as a stop-off point or to explore north Cork, Cashel, Cahir etc. It is only a 45-minute drive to Cork city.
It is within easy drive of Cork and the coast.
www.tripadvisor.com /AllReviews-g211875-Mallow_County_Cork.html   (913 words)

 Mallow County Cork - Ireland View - Ireland's Travel and Accommodation Guide
Mallow is a delightful market town, north of Cork city.
Mallow is a market and sugar manufacturing town on the North side of the beautiful Blackwater river.
In 1598 Mallow Castle was built by Sir Thomas Norreys it was later destroyed and burned by the Jacobites in 1689.
www.irelandview.com /cork-mallow.php   (244 words)

 RTE News - Cork nursing home owner fined £2,000
The owner of a Cork nursing home has been fined more than £2,000 after she was convicted of a number of charges in relation to the running of the home.
Subsequent to her departure, Ms O'Flynn said a message had been received on behalf of the nurse in charge of the home, Maura O'Keeffe of Umerboy, Knocknagree, Mallow, County Cork, stating that she was ill and would be unable to attend work.
Pauline O'Flynn was convicted and fined £300 on each of seven charges which included failing to provide a high standard of nursing care and failing to ensure a sufficient number of competent staff were on duty at all times.
www.rte.ie /news/2001/1204/cork.html   (278 words)

 Hotels Mallow Hotel Accommodation County Cork Ireland Mallow Park Hotel
Situated in the centre of Mallow, the Mallow Park Hotel has recently been refurbished and restored to the highest standards of comfort and style and nestles in the centre of the town's rapidly expanding commercial and shopping district.
Mallow Park Hotel offers you all the levels of comfort you would expect in a first class modern hotel in old world surroundings.
Our location puts The Mallow Park Hotel quite literally right at the centre of things and is also an ideal venue for weddings and conferences where you will enjoy the best of Irish hospitality, superb food and banqueting facilities, complemented by our truly friendly staff.
www.ebookireland.com /mallowpark.htm   (412 words)

 Mallow, County Cork Ireland
Up to a century ago it was renowned as a spa, with crowds of visitors frequenting it - crowds whose behaviour gave rise to the well-known song 'The Rakes of Mallow'.
The old Mallow Castle stands in the middle of the town.
They are all descended from two white bucks presented by Queen Elizabeth I to an earlier owner.
www.cork-guide.ie /mallow/mallow.htm   (121 words)

 Irish Pedigrees: O'Cotter of Rockforest, Mallow, County Cork
The head of the family in the Commonwealth period was William, son of Edmond Cotter, of Coppingerstown Castle, near Midleton, in the co. Cork.
This Sir James was Commander-in-Chief of King James's Forces, in the Counties of Cork, Limerick, and Kerry.
Sir James-Laurence, Bart., of Rockforest, Mallow, in the co. Cork; b.
www.libraryireland.com /Pedigrees1/OCotterHeber.php   (840 words)

 Mallow Manor House - Luxury Vacation Manor Rentals in County Cork, Ireland
County Cork vacation rental Manor House available for holiday lets in Mallow, County Cork, Ireland.
This is a large, elegant 1760 Irish Georgian country house that is owned by a gracious couple.
It is about an hour's drive to Cork and Blarney.
www.gtunlimited.com /countycorkmanorentals.html   (823 words)

 Genealogy: CURTIN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Michael and Margaret (Barry) Curtin were natives of Mallow, County Cork, Ireland.
Prior to1880, he maintained his home at Gold Springs, where all his children were born, four sons and three daughters In 1880 he purchased the Cloudman ranch on the Stockton and Yosemite road, near Knights Ferry, where he had 1400 acres, 500 head of cattle and bred a grade of Durham and Holsteins.
He delved into the literature of the masters, and acquired a vast fund of general knowledge that was to be useful to him after life in the legal profession for which he determined to qualify.
members.aol.com /dcurtin1/gene/gen_curt.htm   (2868 words)

 Hotels, Cork, Mallow, Springfort Hall Hotel
Located just 30 minutes from Cork City and 6km from Mallow Town, just off the N20 (Main Cork Limerick Road).
We are the ideal touring base for Ireland South West as there are many "Things to do" in the area.
Located just 6km from Mallow, County Cork the estate dates back to the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169.
www.springfort-hall.com   (154 words)

 GENUKI: County Cork
"Cork, a county of Ireland, in the province of Munster, 80 m.
County Cork Libraries and Historical Societies - from The Irish Ancestral Research Association
McCarthy, T. and Cadogan, T. Guide to Tracing your Cork Ancestors, Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Ireland, Flyleaf Press 118 p.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/irl/COR/index.html   (198 words)

 Springfort Hall Hotel Mallow Co Cork Ireland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Springfort Hall Hotel is located 6km from Mallow, County Cork in a beautiful woodland setting.
The Springfort Hall Hotel Mallow enjoys a gentle decorum that hides a boisterous past.
Today, the intermittent Mallow races and the Folk festival in July revive the hullabaloo of the olden days.
www.irishbeds.com /hotel/00291.html   (182 words)

 Cork Kerry - Things to Do Individual Search Result   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tucked away amid tranquil woodlands, this Hotel evokes memories of a forgotten era of gentility& charm.
Just 6km from Mallow, County Cork the estate dates back to the Norman invasion of Ireland in 1169.
Just 6km from Mallow, County Cork, located in the Blackwater Valley Mallow it is an excellent base for exploring the wealth of amenities and activities of County Cork.
www.corkkerry.ie /individual_results.asp?sID=36170   (244 words)

 Mallow - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mallow is the common name of several closely related genera of plant in the family Malvaceae:
Mallow, County Cork, a place in southern Ireland
Mallow (Super Mario RPG), a playable character in the game Super Mario RPG
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mallow   (163 words)

 Mallow Bed and Breakfasts Ashfield B&B Ireland Fishing
Ireland > Cork > Mallow > Bed and Breakfasts
Ashfield Bed and Breakfast Accommodation situated in Mallow between Killarney - Cashel - Kilkenny and Rosslare It is a purpose built BandB to the finest standards situated in the heart of the Blackwater Valley at Mallow County Cork, Ireland.
Set in a scenic location of rolling country side by the N72, (Rosslare to Killarney Route) 5 minutes from Mallow town centre.
www.ashfieldbb.com /bed_breakfast.html   (152 words)

 Mallow Hotels - Hotel Reviews and Mallow Information - County Cork
If you wish to search for available hotels in Mallow please use the link above to check accommodation on your chosen travel dates.
If you wish to review existing hotels, apartments, villas or other accommodation in Mallow, please navigate to the hotel page where you can add your own review and read reviews left by previous visitors.
These reviews relating to Mallow or places of interest in the County Cork region near Mallow will appear below once approved.
www.hotelstreet.co.uk /Resorts-175-Mallow.html   (200 words)

 Corlaoí House Bed and Breakfast, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland
Corlaoí House Bed and Breakfast, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland
miles (4 km) from Mallow, County Cork in a small quiet area called Newtwopothouse.
Please browse through the rest of this website for more information about Corlaoí House, its facilities and local amenities.
homepage.eircom.net /~corlaoi/index.htm   (144 words)

 RootsWeb: Genealogy Mailing Lists: Ireland : IRL-CORK-MALLOW   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Topic: Discussing and sharing of information regarding the parishes that comprised the Poor Law Union of Mallow, County Cork, Ireland.
This was a union of townlands, established in 1839, as the area covered by a poor house that was sited in the town of Mallow.
Some list archives are not available; if there is a link here to an archive but the link doesn't work, it probably just means that no messages have been posted to that list yet.
lists.rootsweb.com /index/intl/IRL/IRL-CORK-MALLOW.html   (208 words)

 Mallow Hotels, Mallow B&Bs and Mallow Self-catering Accommodation from Milford
Mallow Hotels, Mallow BandBs and Mallow Self-catering Accommodation from Milford
Mallow is the administrative capital of north Cork and is considered the 'Crossroads of Munster'.
Located in between Mallow and Cork on the N20 road.
www.milford.co.uk /ireland/mallow.html   (45 words)

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