townland
An Baile Glas
genitive: an Bhaile Ghlais
(Irish)
Ballyglass
(English)

Glossary

English townland, town, homestead
English green, grey

Centrepoint

54.3209, -8.20938latitude, longitude
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Historical references

Nóta
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Cf. Cl, Co, GA, ME, La, RC, Sl, IM,
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n/a
"Pinkman: Baile-Glas = Green townland. "
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"Arch. Inventory: Fulacht fia (site). Near a stream in undulating landscape and now planted with a coniferous forest (26). Cashel. On the NW edge of a steep and prominent ridge with rock outcrop and a very steep slope away from the site W-N (59). Cashel. On an E-facing slope (60). Souterrain. A stone-lined depression aligned N-S is in the N interior of a cashel (133). Enclosure. On a steep E-facing slope in an undulating landscape (138). "
Nóta
1835?
Ballyglass
TAB Leathanach: Innéacs, 5, 7 (59:16/2)
1836
Ballyglass
BS:AL
1836
Ballyglass
Cullen, D.:AL
1836
Ballyglass
Clarke, F.:AL
1836
Baile ghlas
'green town'
pl:AL
1836
Baile glas
'Greentown'
OD:AL
1836
Ballyglass
OD:AL

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