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1905, Ballinaclough, Clerk of the Crown and Peace, Kilkeary, Local Government Elections, North Parliamentary Division, Parish of Ballynaclough, Parish of Kilkeary, Parish of Lisbunny, Polling District, Poor Law Union of Nenagh, Walter Nolan
1852, Ballinacurry, Ballinamona, Ballintotty, Ballycrenode, Ballynalick, Ballyvanran, Carrick Dawson, Carrick Peacock, Coolderry, Curraghanuddy, Grenanstown, Grennanstown, Kilconane, Kilkeary, Knockbrack, Millbrook, Nenagh PLU, Property, Rathfalla, Taxation, Valuation
1846, Addain & Turtulla, Annameadle, Ballinamona, Ballinlough, Ballinveney, Ballybeg, Ballyconnor, Ballycrenode, Barooe, Binnanagh, Blane, Bleakfield, Bredough, Bunnacum, Caraheen, Castlefarm, Clanaquill, Cool, Coolkereen, Coollough, Curraghaneetha, Currogh, Famine, Garrane Otway, Glanaguile, Glanmore, Graun Otway, Grenanstown, Gurteen, Gurthnagarry, Gurthnascough, Hill Farm, Kilderey Radrom, Kileroo, Kilkeary, Killenafinch (Kilkeary Parish), Killenafinch (Lattera Parish), Knockbrack, Knockenevin, Knockgorive, Lackinavourna, Latterra, Loughisle, Monanore, Nenagh PLU, Olitrim, Park, Poulmonday, Property, Rascorda, Saloughmore, Shanballyard, Stuik, Stuik upper division, Taxation, Tiermoyle, Toomevara Town: Dublin Road, Toomevara: Chapel Street, Turnpike Road, Valuation, West Farran Quirk, Woodlands
Barony of Upper Ormond, Gravestone inscriptions, Gravestones, Graveyard, Kilkeary, Ormond Historical Society
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