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Fenor

Fenor, officially Fennor, is a village in County Waterford, Ireland on the Copper Coast between Dungarvan and Tramore. The village itself is quite small consisting almost entirely of the local school, pub, and parish church and is located on the ...

                                               

Kilgobnet

Kilgobnet is one of 74 civil parishes in County Waterford, Ireland. Located within the Diocese of Waterford and Lismore, according to Samuel Lewiss Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, the parish had a population of approximately 3.000 inhabitant ...

                                               

Kilmacthomas

Kilmacthomas or Kilmactomas, often referred to locally as "Kilmac", is a town on the River Mahon in County Waterford, Ireland. It lies on the R677, a high way north of the N25 national primary road from Dungarvan to Waterford.

                                               

Lismore, County Waterford

Lismore is located in the west of County Waterford, where the N72 road crosses the River Blackwater at the foot of the Knockmealdown Mountains Irish: Sleibhte Chnoc Mhaoldomhnaigh, the mountain range which divides the counties of Tipperary and Wa ...

                                               

Mahon Bridge

Mahon Bridge, also spelled Mahonbridge, is a village in the parish of Kilrossanty in mid County Waterford, Ireland, located on the R676 road between Carrick on Suir and Dungarvan. The nearest town is Kilmacthomas.

                                               

Mothel

Mothel is a small village near the Comeragh Mountains in the northern part of County Waterford, Ireland. The closest centres of population to Mothel are Portlaw and Carrick-on-Suir.

                                               

Rathgormack

The closest centres of population to Rathgormack are the County Tipperary towns of Carrick-on-Suir and Clonmel. It is the twin parish of Clonea-Power. The population of the area is around 1200. Farming and agriculture-related industries are the m ...

                                               

Tallow, County Waterford

Tallow is a town in County Waterford, Ireland. Tallow is in the province of Munster near the border between County Cork and County Waterford and situated on a small hill just south of the River Bride.

                                               

Tooraneena

Tooraneena or Touraneena is a village in west County Waterford, Ireland. It lies in the Sliabh gCua district between the Comeraghs and Knockmealdown Mountains. It may be accessed from the main R672 road between Clonmel and Dungarvan. It is about ...

                                               

Lismore, County Waterford

                                               

Ballymore, County Westmeath

Ballymore is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland, on the R390 road between Athlone and Mullingar. The historic Hill of Uisneach is nearby. The village was known in medieval times as the medieval borough of Ballymore Lough Sewdy, or Loughsewdy, ...

                                               

Ballynacargy

Ballynacargy, or Ballinacarrigy, is a small village in County Westmeath, Ireland on the Royal Canal and the R393 regional road. The last official commercial navigation of the canal took place in 1955.

                                               

Baylin

Baylin, also written Bealin is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland, about 5 kilometres east of Athlone. Its postal address is Baylin, Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland. A medieval high cross stands in the eastern part of the village. Baylin a ...

                                               

Castletown Geoghegan

Castletown Geoghegan is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland, and lies south west of Lough Ennell near the county town of Mullingar. Castletown was the seat of the Geoghegan family of the medieval Barony of Moycashel in County Westmeath.

                                               

Delvin

Delvin is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland; it is located on the N52 road at a junction with the N51 to Navan. The town is 20 km from Mullingar. The word Delvin comes from Delbhna. That tribe settled in what is present-day Delvin, along with a ...

                                               

Finnea

Finnea is a small village in County Westmeath on the border with County Cavan. It straddles the R394 road.

                                               

Glassan

Glassan or Glasson, also the Village of the Roses is a small village in rural County Westmeath, Ireland. It is 10 km north of Athlone, on the N55 national secondary road, not far from the shores of Lough Ree.

                                               

Kilbeggan

Kilbeggan is situated on the River Brosna, in the south of County Westmeath. It lies south of Lough Ennell, and Castletown Geoghegan, north of the boundary with County Offaly, about 9 kilometres north of Tullamore. Kilbeggan is surrounded by the ...

                                               

Killucan and Rathwire

The villages of Killucan and Rathwire are co-located in gentle, rolling countryside in the east of the County Westmeath, Ireland. They have a combined population of 1.370 according to the 2016 census. Killucan is on the R156 road about 15 km from ...

                                               

Kinnegad

Kinnegad or Kinagad is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is on the border with County Meath, near the junction of the M6 and the M4 motorways - two of Irelands main east–west roads. It is roughly 60 km from the capital, Dublin. From 1996–20 ...

                                               

Moate

Moate is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. The name An Mota is derived from the term motte-and-bailey, as the Normans built an example of this type of fortification here. The earthwork is still visible behind the buildings on the main street. ...

                                               

Mount Temple, County Westmeath

Mount Temple is a village in County Westmeath in Ireland, about 6.5 km northwest of Moate. The village is best noted for its golf course of the same name. It was historically called Ballyloughloe. Mount Temple and its sister village, Baylin, form ...

                                               

Multyfarnham

The Irish Franciscan friars O.F.M. still maintain a presence in the ancient monastery at Multyfarnham. First founded in 1268, during the English conquest of Ireland in the 17th century, it was raided six times and twice burnt out by the Crown for ...

                                               

Raharney

Raharney is a village in east County Westmeath, Ireland. It has a population of 221 according to the 2016 census. Raharney is on the R156 road about 18 km 11 mi from Mullingar and about 67 km from Dublin. It is in the parish of Killucan; the vill ...

                                               

Rosemount, County Westmeath

Rosemount, historically called Ballybrickoge, is a village in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is located 5 km northeast of the town of Moate.

                                               

Tyrrellspass

Tyrrellspass is a Georgian village in County Westmeath, Ireland. It is 81 kilometres from Dublin, in the south of the county on the R446 road. Tyrrellspass won the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in 1969. As of the census in April 2016, the populati ...

                                               

Ballycullane

Ballycullane is a small village located in the south-west of County Wexford, in Ireland. As of the 2016 census, it had a population of 318 people.

                                               

Ballyhack, County Wexford

Ballyhack is a small village located in the south-west of County Wexford, in Ireland, on the eastern shore of the Waterford Harbour, which is the estuary of The Three Sisters.

                                               

Blackwater, County Wexford

Blackwater is a rural village in County Wexford, Ireland. It lies mostly within the townland of Ballynaglogh on the R742 regional road 16 km north of Wexford town.

                                               

Bridgetown, County Wexford

Bridgetown is a small rural village, located sixteen kilometres from Wexford town on the R736 regional road. It is close to Duncormick and six kilometres from the fishing village of Kilmore Quay. As of the 2016 census, the population of the villa ...

                                               

Bunclody

Bunclody Clody"), formerly Newtownbarry, is a small town on the River Slaney in Wexford, Ireland. It is located near the foot of Mount Leinster. Most of the town is in County Wexford; a small area at the north end of town is in County Carlow. Bun ...

                                               

Camolin, County Wexford

Camolin is a village in County Wexford in Ireland, situated in the valley of the River Bann on the R772 regional road 6 km northeast of Ferns. As of the 2016 census, the village had a population of 415 people.

                                               

Campile

Campile is a small village situated in the south of Ireland. It is located fourteen kilometres outside the town of New Ross. As of the 2016 census, Campile village had a population of 448 people.

                                               

Castlebridge

Castlebridge is a small town on the R741 regional road in County Wexford, Ireland, north of Wexford Town. It is located near the River Slaney and just north of Wexford Harbour. Castlebridge is a rapidly expanding suburb of Wexford Town; its popul ...

                                               

Castletown, County Wexford

Castletown, historically called Ballycaslane, is a small village in northeast County Wexford, Ireland. Castletown is in the parish of Kilgorman which is one of the earliest Christian settlements in Ireland. It was founded by St Gorman, possibly t ...

                                               

Clonroche

Clonroche is a village in County Wexford, Ireland. It is located approximately 15 km west of Enniscorthy and approximately 25 km east of New Ross, on the N30 national primary route.

                                               

Coolgreany

Coolgreany is a village located in north County Wexford in Ireland. Nearby major towns are Arklow and Gorey. The village is located about 3 km from the N11 Dublin-Wexford road at Inch. Amenities include a Gaelic Athletic Association pitch, handba ...

                                               

Craanford

Craanford is a small village in north County Wexford, Ireland, situated on the R725 regional road midway between Gorey and Carnew. It is closely associated with the Irish Rebellion of 1798. The village features an early 17th-century corn mill whi ...

                                               

Duncormick

Duncormick or Duncormac is a rural village and surrounding community located in County Wexford, Ireland. At the time of the 2016 census, the village of Duncormick had a population of 116 people. The village is 18 kilometres from Wexford Town, clo ...

                                               

Enniscorthy

Enniscorthy is the second-largest town in County Wexford, Ireland. At the 2016 census, the population of the town and environs increased 11.381.The town is twinned with Gimont, France. The Placenames Database of Ireland sheds no light on the orig ...

                                               

Fethard-on-Sea

Fethard-on-Sea or Fethard is a village in southwest County Wexford in Ireland. It lies on the R734 road on the eastern side of the Hook peninsula, between Waterford Harbour and Bannow Bay. The village had a population of 311 as of the 2016 census ...

                                               

Foulkesmill

The Irish name Muileann Fuca was historically anglicised as Mullinfooky. The English name comes from Sir Foulkes Furlong fl. 1410 who was Seneschall of Bree. A battle was fought near here on 20 June 1798, during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. It is ...

                                               

Gorey

Gorey is a market town in north County Wexford, Ireland. It is beside the main M11 Dublin to Wexford road. The town is also connected to the railway network along the same route. Local newspapers include the Gorey Guardian and Gorey Echo. Gorey i ...

                                               

Inch, County Wexford

Inch is located in County Wexford, Ireland on the R772 road between Arklow and Gorey. In September 2007 Inch was bypassed, having formerly been on the N11 Dublin to Wexford road. There is a creamery in Inch run by Glanbia. Nearby villages include ...

                                               

Killinierin

Kilanerin or Killinierin is a village in north County Wexford, Ireland, 4 kilometres west of the N11 road, near the village of Inch and approximately 12 kilometres from the town of Gorey. It lies in the foothills of Croghan Mountain, the site of ...

                                               

Monamolin

Monamolin or Monamoling is a small rural village in County Wexford, Ireland, about 11 km south of the town of Gorey. Monamolin in the parish of the same name, has a population of 661. Villages nearby include Kilmuckridge, Oulart, Boolavogue, Ball ...

                                               

Monaseed

Monaseed is a small village in north County Wexford. The small village centre comprises a primary national school, a Catholic church, and a community hall. Monaseed is approximately 4 km from Craanford, and 14 km from the larger town of Gorey. Mo ...

                                               

Morriscastle

Morriscastle is a coastal village that is situated 2 km from Kilmuckridge village in County Wexford, Ireland. Morriscastle is a tourist destination during the summer months.

                                               

Newbawn

Newbawn is a small village located in the southwest of County Wexford, in Ireland. It is located on the R735 regional road about 3 km south of the N25 national primary road.

                                               

Oulart

Oulart, is a small village in the southeastern corner of Ireland. It is situated in County Wexford just off the R741 regional road halfway between the towns of Gorey to the north and Wexford to the south. Raheenduff or "Black little fort" in Engl ...

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