Thurles (civil parish)

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For other uses, see Thurles.
Location of Thurles in the civil parishes of North Tipperary
Map of the townlands in the parish

Thurles is a civil parish in the barony of Eliogarty in County Tipperary.

Church of Ireland parish[edit]

Like all civil parishes in Ireland, this civil parish is dervied from, and co-extensive with, a pre-existing parish of the Church of Ireland.

Townlands[edit]

The parish is divided into 46 townlands,[1] one of which, Thurles Townparks, contains the historical core of the town of Thurles. These townlands are as follows:

  • Ardbaun
  • Ballycarrane
  • Ballygammane
  • Bawnanattin
  • Bawntameena
  • Bohernamona
  • Bowling Green
  • Brittas
  • Brittasroad
  • Carrigeen
  • Clongower
  • Commons
  • Farranreigh
  • Furze
  • Garryvicleheen
  • Glebe
  • Glengarriff
  • Gortataggart
  • Gortnaglogh
  • Grange
  • Killinane
  • Kilrush
  • Knockauns
  • Knockcurra
  • Knockeen
  • Laghtagalla
  • Lewagh Beg
  • Lewagh More
  • Liscahill
  • Lognafulla
  • Loughlahan
  • Monacocka
  • Monakeeba
  • Monanearla
  • Mullaunbrack
  • Mullauns
  • Racecourse
  • Rathcooney
  • Sheskin
  • Stradavoher
  • The Heath
  • Thurles Townparks
  • Toor
  • Tooreen
  • Turtulla
  • Wrensborough

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thurles Civil Parish. However, the map on this web page is a little inaccurate, because it shows the wrong townland of Turtulla as belonging to the parish - there are actually two neighbouring townlands of this name, one in Thurles civil parish and one which belongs to Fertiana civil parish.