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Abbeycwmhir, par., N. Radnorshire, 6 miles NE.
of Rhayader, 10,965 ac., pop. 485; has remains of
Cistercian abbey founded 1143.

Abbey Bale, hamlet with ry. sta., Ecclesall Bierlow
township, S. div. West-Riding Yorkshire, 3 miles SW.
of Sheffield; P.O.

Abbeydarig, vil., Moydow par., S. co. Longford,
about 7 miles S. of Longford ry. sta.

Abbey Bemenses, hamlet, in Winchcombe par., E
Gloucestershire; near site of old abbey.

Abbey Bore, par. and vil. with ry. sta., in co. and 11
m. SW. of Hereford, onr. Dore, 5390 ac., pop. 535; P.O.

Abbeydorney, or Montnagee, vil. with ry. sta.,
O’Dorney par., N. co. Kerry, 5½ miles N. of Tralee,
pop. 250; P.O. Near it stand the fine ruins of an abbey
founded in 1154.

Abbey Farm, the site of the ancient abbey of Cocker-
ham, N. Lancashire, 4½ miles SW. of Lancaster.

Abbeyfeale, par. and vil. with. ry. sta., in co. and 37
miles SW. of Limerick, 18,149 ac., pop. 4930; vil., pop.
965 ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,

Abbey Foregate, ry. sta. and suburb of Shrewsbury,
Shropshire ; P.O.

Abbey-gormacan, par., E. co. Galway, 7 miles W.
by N. of Eyrecourt, 11,756 ac., pop. 1329.

Abbey Green, or Lesmahagow, vil., in co. and 6
miles SW. of Lanark, Lesmahagow par., on river
Nethan, pop. 1386. See

Abbey Head, prom., on S. coast of co. and 5½ miles
SE. of Kirkcudbright.

Abbey Hill, an eminence in Berwickshire, Abbey St
Bathans par., 6 miles NW. of Duns, alt. 913 ft.

Abbeyhill, suburb and ry. sta. on E. side of Edin¬
burgh, adjacent to Holyrood Palace.

Abbey Holme, township, Holme Cultram par., E.
Cumberland, on river Waver, 17 miles SW. of Carlisle
by rail, 5617 ac., pop. 938. Market-day,
Has ruins of Cistercian abbey founded in 12th century.

Abbey Hnlton, lordship, Burslem par., N. Stafford¬
shire ; has remains of Cistercian abbey founded in 1223.

Abbey-Isle, another name of Aghamore : which see.

Abbey Jcrpoint, par., co. Kilkenny, 2 miles SW. of
Thomastown, 1008 ac., pop. 145.

Abbey Junction, ry. sta. on Solway Junction and
Silloth Ry., W. Cumberland, 5 miles E. of Silloth.

Abbeyhnochmoy, par. and vil., N. co. Galway, 7
miles SE. of Tuam, 12,385 ac., pop. 2605 ; P.O.

Abbey Lands, township, in par. and 2 miles NW. of
Alnwick, N. Northumberland.

Abbeylara, par., vil., and seat, E. co. Longford, 2
miles from Ballywillan ry. sta. and 3 miles SE. of
Granard, 8568 ac., pop. 1411; vil., pop. 171; P.O.

Abbeyleix, par., market town, and seat, co. Kil¬
kenny and Queen’s co., 9 miles S. of Maryborough and
61 miles SW. of Dublin by rail—par., 13,544 ac., pop.
3588; town, pop. 1103. The town is situated within
S. Queen’s co., and has 2 flour-mills and a woollen fac¬
tory ; P.O., T.O., 1 Bank. Market-day,

Abbcymahon, par., S. co. Cork, 9miles S. of Bandon,
4481 ac., pop. 1552 ; has remains of abbey.

Abbey Precincts, extra-parochial dist. round Chester
Cathedral, Cheshire, 18 ac., pop. 245.













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Gazetteer of the British Isles, Statistical and Topographical, by John Bartholomew, F.R.G.S.

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