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Cootehill

Cootehill
Cootehill circa 1835
By permission of the Royal Irish Academy
"Cootehill or Moybologue (formerly the name of the parish) is a market town and a parish, partly in the barony of Lower Kells, county of Meath, province of Leinster, partly in that of Castlerahan, but chiefly in Clankee barony, county of Cavan, about 54 miles NW from Dublin, 7.5 NE from Virginia, 14 NW by N from Kells, and 12.5 S from Cootehill; situated in a valley on the road between the two last named towns. It consists of one principal street and two diverging lanes. There is no particular branch of trade flourishing here, the business enjoyed being of a general and local nature, carried on by the shopkeepers."
[From Slater's Directory (1896)]


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[Last updated: 12 February 2003 - Colin Ferguson ]

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