2 edition of Feltrim Hill, Co. Dublin found in the catalog.
Feltrim Hill, Co. Dublin
P. J. Hartnett
|Other titles||Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Vol. 94, pt. 1|
|Statement||by P.J. Hartnett and George Eogan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 1-37. --|
|Number of Pages||37|
Books of any genre set in Dublin. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Eamon Madden of Feltrim Hill, sent us in this news-clipping from the Fingal Independent. The occasion was excavations on Fagan's Castle and Feltrim House in north co. Dublin. Feltrim House was the ancestral seat of the Fagan family, merchant-princes of Dublin in the s.
This is because there are a number of Irish words for wolves, including Mac-tire, e.g. the townland of Isknamacteera in Co Kerry; and faolchu, e.g. Feltrim Hill, Co Dublin. There are also numerous place names containing breagh and its variations, e.g. Breagh (wolf field) in Drumcree, Co Armagh, and Breaghva (wolf field) in Kilrush, Co Clare. According to a group called Dublin Studies at Dublin's official website, "Fagan's castle and gate were situated in Page's Court, a passage between Cornmarket and Cook Street within the old Dublin City Walls. Fagan's Castle stood there until They may have been named after the Fagans of Feltrim.
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John Faulkner RHA () Studied at the Royal Dublin Society's School from and commenced exhibiting at the RHA in Left Ireland in "under circumstances which brought about his removal from membership of the Academy" (Strickland, Vol.
II, p), but returned to exhibiting at the RHA incontinuing to do so until Feltrim Hill, Swords, Co. Dublin. Share this card: Due to variations in postcard size your actual printed postcard may differ from the original version shown here.
See an approximate representation of the area that will be printed on your standard 6inch by 4 inch postcard. Similar postcards # Feltrim Hill in Swords looking down on Charles J. Haughey's old home and the Swords, Malahide and Howth in the distance.
This was a prominent landmark in its time and was built on a rare (for Ireland) outcrop of coral based limestone. Almost simultaneously several contributors identified the structure pictured as Feltrim Windmill. It was - we learned - built in the 17th century from Dutch Views: 17K.
The likes of Samuel Beckett climbed to the top of Feltrim Hill once and wrote of its beauty while Nathanial Hone of St Doulagh’s painted glowing portraits of its remarkable views of Lambay right.
This place is situated in Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, its geographical coordinates are 53° 26' 7" North, 6° 10' 39" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Feltrim.
See Feltrim photos and images from satellite below, explore the aerial photographs of Feltrim in Ireland. Feltrim hotels map is available on the target page linked above.
Re: Mill in Feltrim, Co Dublin «Reply #5 on: Tuesday 13 October 09 BST (UK)» that windmill is in the Townland of Feltrim and is listed in Griffiths dated.
This is because there are a number of Irish words for wolves, including Mac-tire, e.g. the townland of Isknamacteera in Co Kerry; and faolchu, e.g. Feltrim Hill, Co Dublin. There are also numerous place names containing breagh and its variations, e.g. Breagh (wolf field) in Drumcree, Co Armagh, and Breaghva (wolf field) in Kilrush, Co : Histor.
Local historian and member of the Felbtrim Hill Residents Association, Eamon Madden explained: 'he Fagans in the 's and 's were one of the most famous families in Dublin. 12 Holywell Villas, Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Sold for €, on First appeared on CONTACT US. Abington Design House, Unit 4A, Feltrim Industrial Estate, Drynam Road, Swords, Co Dublin.
TEL 01 Irish Carbonate-Hosted Zn-Pb Deposits. Author(s): Kerr Anderson, John Ashton, Garth Earls, Murray Ritzman, The Carboniferous Limestone of the North Dublin Coast and Feltrim Hill, Time and Road Logs.
Author(s) Co. Longford, Ireland. Author(s). Date Address Distance Away Price Further Details; 14 Holywell Walk, Feltrim, Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland: km: €Further Details. Swords (Irish: Sord [sˠoːɾˠd̪ˠ] or Sord Cholmcille) is the county town of Fingal and a large suburban town on the Northside of ten kilometres north of the city centre, on the Ward River, and reputedly founded around A.D., it features a restored medieval castle, a holy well from which it takes its name, a round tower and a Norman : Fingal.
Swords / Sord Cholmcille: A Visual and Textual History is an illustrated history of Swords from the s to the present day compiled from my collection of historical photos and engravings, my photos, and other sites.
It also contains published articles about Swords from the s onwards. It is hoped it will be an invaluable aid to individuals, schools and academic institutions who are.
KINSEALY, a parish, in the barony of COOLOCK, county of DUBLIN, and province of LEINSTER, 1½ mile (S.) from Malahide; containing inhabitants. It comprises statute acres, and is well cultivated. Feltrim Hill, on which are the remains of an encampment, commands magnificent sea Location: Kinsealy, Dublin.
Donabate Local Area Action Plan Ballymastone Lands Co. Dublin Geophysical Survey Report Licence Ref. 07R Unpublished report. Margaret Gowen & Co.
Ltd. Hartnett, P.J and G. Eogan Feltrim Hill, Co. Dublin; A Neolithic and Early Christian Site in The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Vol. 94, No. 1, pp. Rick O’Shea at the ‘Is the Novel More Important than ever?’ discussion at the Dalkey Book Festival, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland, Saturday 17th June Photo credit: Feltrim Hill, Swords, Co Dublin o The huge.
House Type B, Whitethorn, Feltrim Road, Kinsealy, Co. Dublin. For Sale 37 Abbotts Hill, Malahide, Sale Agreed. Stanley estate agents were a pleasure to deal with and I would highly recommend their services. Recent Properties. 55 Cedarmount Road, Mount Merrion, Co.
Dublin. At Huntstown, Roselawn, Harberton Bridge and Lyons Hill, massive Waulsortian MID-DINANTIAN WAULSORTIAN BUILDUPS IN THE DUBLIN BASIN 9"7 buildups of the Feltrim Limestone Formation di- rectly succeed dark grey argillaceous bioclastic limestones and shales of the Malahide Limestone Formation (Figs.
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Hartnett. KINSEALY, a parish, in the barony of COOLOCK, county of DUBLIN, and province of LEINSTER, 1½ mile (S.) from Malahide; containing inhabitants. It comprises statute acres, and is well cultivated. Feltrim Hill, on which are the remains of an encampment, commands magnificent sea .Feltrim was established by, and assists, international buyers of Florida property.
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Swords is situated 2½ km northwest of Feltrim Hill. Photo: Daisydakotairl, CC BY-SA