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Kilmurry Ibrickane

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Kilmurry Ibrickane

Cill Mhuire Uí Bhreacáin
Civil parish
Kilmurry Ibrickane
Kilmurry Ibrickane
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 52°47′59″N 9°27′16″W / 52.799722°N 9.454444°W / 52.799722; -9.454444
CountryIreland
ProvinceMunster
CountyCounty Clare
Government
 • Dáil ÉireannClare
Time zoneUTC+0 (WET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC-1 (IST (WEST))

Kilmurry Ibrickane (Irish: Cill Mhuire Uí Bhreacáin[1]) is the name of a civil parish in County Clare, Ireland,[2] and an ecclesiastical parish in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. The parish contains the tiny settlement of Kilmurry which was the location of the church before the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland.[3] Main settlements in the parish are Mullagh, Coore and Quilty. The parish is also known for the GAA club, Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA.[4]


Civil parish

The parish is part of the historic barony of Ibrickane. In 1837, it was co-extensive with the parish of the Established Church and of the Roman Catholic Church.[5]

Townlands

The parish is divided into 52 townlands:[6]

  • Annagh
  • Ballymackea Beg
  • Ballymackea More
  • Caherrush
  • Carrowduff
  • Carrowlagan
  • Carrownagry North
  • Carrownagry South
  • Cloghauninchy
  • Cloghaunnatinny
  • Cloonadrum
  • Cloonlaheen East
  • Cloonlaheen Middle
  • Cloonlaheen West
  • Coor East
  • Coor West
  • Craggaun
  • Craggaknock East
  • Craggaknock West
  • Creevagh
  • Derreen
  • Doolough
  • Doonogan
  • Doonsallagh East
  • Doonsallagh West
  • Drummin
  • Emlagh
  • Finnor Beg
  • Finnor More
  • Kilclehaun
  • Killernan
  • Knockanalban
  • Knocknahila Beg
  • Knocknahila More North
  • Knocknahila More South
  • Knockloskeraun
  • Lissyneillan
  • Molosky
  • Moyglass Beg
  • Moyglass More
  • Mutton Island
  • Quilty East
  • Quilty West
  • Rineroe
  • Seafield
  • Shanavogh East
  • Shanavogh West
  • Shandrum
  • Treanmanagh
  • Tromracastle
  • Tromra East
  • Tromra West

Note

  1. ^ Cill Mhuire Uí Bhreacáin, Placenames Database of Ireland.
  2. ^ "Clare Civil Parishes". Clare County Library. Retrieved 3 March 2014.
  3. ^ Kilmurry Ibrickane Church
  4. ^ Club Executive for 2012 Adult Management Teams
  5. ^ Lewis, Samuel (1995). County Clare, A History and Topography. Ennis: CLASP Press. ISBN 1-900545-00-4. p. 37
  6. ^ "Kilmurry Ibrickane townlands". Clare County Library. Retrieved 3 March 2014.

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