townland
An tAgard
genitive: an Agaird
(Irish)
Haggard
(English)

Centrepoint

53.3653, -6.98212 latitude, longitude
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Historical references

1305
Bigard, in Carbria
CJR Leathanach: II, 29
1744
Haggard
Colleys Est. Maps. Leathanach: 9212 (1)
1744
Haggard
Colleys Est. Maps. Leathanach: 9212 (9)
1744
Haggard
Colleys Est. Maps. Leathanach: 9212 (94)
1752
Hagart
Noble & Keenan Co. Map
1783
Old Haggard
Taylor (Cill Dara)
1834
Haggard
TAB
1837
Haggard
BS:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
Lord Herberton Map:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Hagart
Map of Kildare 1752:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Hagard
Cess Coll. Bk. 1836:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggart
R. C. Clergyman:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggart
john
Carroll, J.:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
john
Smyth, J.:AL (CD) Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
Bk. Lands, Index to:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
BS:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Old Haggard
[Map]
Stat. Survey (CD):AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard is an Anglo-Irish word for hay-yard - Hibernice, 'iothlann'
OD:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
Local:AL Leathanach: 1,33
1837
Haggard
OC:AL Leathanach: 1,33
2009-2010
ˈhagərd
Áit.

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