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The name in Irish is Teampall Geal, which is equivalent in meaning to the official English name. The whiteness was probably physical - the result of whitewashing, or of decoration with glistening quartz; it may of course have been merely figurative - in allusion to the fame of the church. Greater portion of the parish, which is very extensive, is a rich limestone plain.




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Bailtí Fearainne:
Ballintaylor Lower, Ballintaylor Upper, Ballyard, Ballygambon Lower, Ballygambon Upper, Ballyhane, Ballykennedy, Ballylemon, Ballylemon Lower, Ballylemon Upper, Ballylemonwood, Ballymulalla East, Ballymulalla West, Ballynacourty, Ballynahemery, Ballynameelagh, Ballynamintra Lower, Ballynamintra Middle, Ballynamintra Upper, Barranastook Lower, Barranastook Upper, Bridgequarter, Canty, Cappagh, Carriglea, Carrigroe, Clashnagoneen, Clonkerdin, Cool, Coolatoor, Coolnanav, Farranbullen, Garraunfadda, Glenavaddra, Kilcannon (Hely), Kilcannon (Osborne), Kilcloher, Kilgreany, Killeeshal, Kilnafarna Lower, Kilnafarna Upper, Knockacullen, Knockaun, Knockmaon, Knocknacrooha Lower, Knocknacrooha Upper, Lauragh, Magaha, Mountodell, Nicholastown, Parkeenagarra, Ross, Scart, Whitechurch,

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