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Sonraí Riaracháin:

The parish name in the present instance is derived from name of the townland on which stood the ancient parochial church. Comprised in the parish is a considerable stretch of mountain, but, as the latter was practically unoccupied till a century and a half since, mountain names are not numerous in proportion. Throughout the parish ran (N. to S.) the ancient highway from Cashel to Ardmore, likewise a branch of the same which made a detour via Lismore, and finally another ancient road - Bothar na Naomh, which led east and west, and crossed the Blackwater river at Affane.




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Bailtí Fearainne:
Affane, Affane Hunter, Ballyhane, Bawnfoun, Belleville, Bleanahouree, Cappoquin, Carrigeen, Cluttahina, Coolagortboy, Coolanheen, Coolnacreena, Crinnaghtaun East, Crinnaghtaun West, Curraghroche, Dromana, Drumroe, Kilderriheen, Knockacronaun, Knocknasheega, Knockyoolahan, Lacken, Lackenrea, Lefanta, Littlebridge Inches, Moneygorm, Moneygorm East, Moneygorm West, Monyvroe, Mountrivers, Poulbautia, Quarter, Sheskin, Sluggara, Springfield, Sunlawn, Turbeha,

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