Lios Uí Chathasaigh
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Lissycasey (Irish: Lios Uí Chathasaigh, meaning "ringfort of the Caseys") is a village in County Clare, Ireland. It forms one half of the parish of Clondegad-Kilchrist. The village straddles the N68 Ennis-Kilrush road for some 3.5 km. The area stretches east-west from Caherea to Crown and north-south from Frure North to Cloncolman. Lissycasey were Clare county champions in football in 2007 and won the Cusack Cup that year.
Sword of O'Neill
In 1881, foreign publications reported that two men digging a drain near Lissycasey discovered an iron clasped chest laying on which was a large sword engraved with the name O'Neill. The men assumed it to be a coffin and reported the discovery to the police. The box was opened by the police and found it was full of gold coins of an ancient date.
- Census 2011 – Population Classified by Area Table 6 Population of each province, county, city, urban area, rural area and electoral division, 2006 and 2011
- "Placenames Database of Ireland". Dublin City University. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
- "Honours". Lissycasey GAA Club. Retrieved 4 December 2014.
- "Ballynacally (Clondegad)". Diocese of Killaloe. Retrieved 2014-03-03.
- Donahoe's Magazine (Volume 6 ed.). Boston: T.B. Noonan & Company. 1882. p. 152.
- "A Chest of Gold" (Third Edition). New York Evening Telegram. 14 May 1881.
- "Page 3, Column 2". The Centaur, London. 21 May 1881.
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