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Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland 1845



A village in the parish of St. Patricks, barony of Lower Bunratty, Co. Clare, Munster.   It stands 2 miles north by east of Limerick, on the road thence to Broadford, and on the right bank of the river Shannon.  It contains a church and a Roman Catholic chapel; and its vicinity is adorned with the seats of Parteen-house, Maryview, Fairy-hall, Ballyglass-house, Springhill-house,Castlebank, Stream-mount, Bally-cannon, Quinville-house, Quinsborough-house, and Whitehall.  A Roman Catholic parish in the dio. of Limerick takes name from Parteen, and has chapels here and at Ardnacrusha.   Pop. of the village not specially returned.

The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland, 1845
Courtesy of Clare Local Studies Project

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