Cloyne

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;Creating the past"; Charles-Edwards, ''Early Christian Ireland'', pp. 522-3 The Danes (Danes (Germanic tribe)) plundered Cloyne in 822, 824 and again in 885 when, according to the Annals of the Four Masters, the Abbot and Prior of the monastery were killed. The Annals of Inisfallen mention that in 978 A.D. the people of Ossory (Kingdom of Ossory) plundered Cloyne and that in 1088 A.D. Diarmait Ua Briain devastated it. "The Book of Cloyne


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John and Paddy Joe. It was Ring's father, a former Cloyne (Cloyne GAA) hurler (hurling), who instilled a passion for the game in his young son by taking him to club games in Cork (Cork (city)), making the eighteen-mile journey by bicycle with his son on the cross-bar. right thumb Caricature of Sir Richard Quain in Vanity Fair (File:Sir Richard Quain.jpg) Quain received his early education at Cloyne, and was then apprenticed to a surgeon-apothecary in Limerick. In 1837 he


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population_footnotes population_note population_total 1,562 population_urban population_density_km2 timezone1 West

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Bishop '''John Quinlan''' (October 19, 1826, Cloyne, Ireland (Cloyne) – March 9, 1883, Alabama) was a Roman Catholic bishop and the second Bishop of Mobile (Archdiocese of Mobile). Madden was born in the village of Cloyne, near Cork (Cork (city)), Ireland, in 1844, the second of seven sons of a Cork solicitor also named John Madden. The family moved to London, England in 1852, where his father had taken a job managing an insurance company, and there Madden attended a private school. He also spent some time at a college in Beauchamp, France. In January 1857, the family emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, where John Madden senior was admitted as a barrister to the Victorian Bar. The family lived in the suburb of Flemington (Flemington, Victoria). Madden was enrolled in St Patrick's College in East Melbourne (East Melbourne, Victoria). He later studied at the University of Melbourne, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 1864, a Bachelor of Laws in 1865.


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on social network (Social networking service) sites. Local property was damaged and responding Gardaí (Garda Síochána) were attacked with stones by the estimated crowd of 200 youths.


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-longfield.aspx accessdate 2012-10-19 *Sir John Madden (John Madden (judge)) was born in Cloyne on 16 May 1844. Madden later emigrated to Australia with his family in 1857 and served


cloughjordan

, Cloughjordan, Clounanaha, Cloyne, Coachford, Cobh, Coill Dubh, Colehill (Colehill, County Longford), Collinstown, Collon, Cong (Cong, County Mayo), Conna, Convoy (Convoy, County Donegal), Coolderry, Coolaney, Coolboy, Coolafancy, Coolea (Cúil Aodha) (Cúil Aodha), Coolgreany, Coolkenno, Coolmine, Coolock, Cooraclare, Cootehill, Corduff, '''Cork (Cork (city))''', Cornamona Cornamona (Corr na Móna


cathedral

a see city of the Anglican (Church of Ireland) Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, while also giving its name to a Roman Catholic diocese (Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne). St Coleman's Cathedral in Cloyne (Cloyne Cathedral) is a cathedral church of the Church of Ireland while the Pro Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne, Cobh Cathedral (St Colman's Cathedral, Cobh) of Saint Colman (Colman of Cloyne), overlooks Cork Harbour Cork harbour

and Geography thumb Cloyne Cathedral (File:CloyneCathedral.JPG) Cloyne is situated approximately 7.6 kilometres from the major town of Midleton. <

was in 2009 with 1433.4&nbsp;mm. In common with the rest of Ireland, rainfall in Cloyne has increased over the past 10 years or so, with the sharpest rises in average being in the summer months. Winter rainfall has actually decreased slightly in the same period. Notable people *The philosopher George Berkeley was appointed the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cloyne in 1734, where he remained until his retirement in 1752. His monument is prominent in the north transept of the cathedral


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Cloyne

'''Cloyne''' ( ) Cloyne Placenames Database of Ireland. Retrieved: 2012-10-03. is a small town to the southeast of Midleton in eastern County Cork, Ireland (Republic of Ireland). It is also a see city of the Anglican (Church of Ireland) Diocese of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, while also giving its name to a Roman Catholic diocese (Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne). St Coleman's Cathedral in Cloyne (Cloyne Cathedral) is a cathedral church of the Church of Ireland while the Pro Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Cloyne, Cobh Cathedral (St Colman's Cathedral, Cobh) of Saint Colman (Colman of Cloyne), overlooks Cork harbour (Cork Harbour). 1821 1847 1831 2227 1841 2200 1851 1713 1861 1434 1871 1235 1881 1126 1891 995 1901 827 1911 756 1926 712 1936 684 1946 620 1951 620 1956 607 1961 612 1966 634 1971 654 1981 602 1986 721 1991 731 1996 673 2002 785 2006 1095 2011 1562 footnote Census for post 1821 figures. last Lee first JJ authorlink John Joseph Lee editor-last Goldstrom editor-first J. M. editor2-last Clarkson editor2-first L. A. title Irish Population, Economy, and Society: Essays in Honour of the Late K. H. Connell year 1981 publisher Clarendon Press location Oxford, England chapter On the accuracy of the Pre-famine (Great Famine (Ireland)) Irish censuses author-link Joel Mokyr last2 O Grada first2 Cormac author2-link Cormac Ó Gráda title New Developments in Irish Population History, 1700–1850 journal The Economic History Review volume 37 issue 4 pages 473–488 date November 1984 url http: www3.interscience.wiley.com journal 120035880 abstract doi 10.1111 j.1468-0289.1984.tb00344.x postscript

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