Ardnurcher, or Horseleap civil parish, Westmeath

Ardnurcher, or Horseleap Ordnance Survey map from 1837
Ardnurcher, or Horseleap parish map on
Ardnurcher, or Horseleap contemporary Google map
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Adjoining parishes

Parish and MapID
Ardnurcher or Horseleap      2 (Offaly)
Castletownkindalen      8 (Westmeath)
Conry      12 (Westmeath)
Durrow      21 (Offaly)
Durrow      15 (Westmeath)
Kilbeggan      20 (Westmeath)
Kilbride (Kilcoursey)      28 (Offaly)
Kilcumreragh      32 (Offaly)
Kilcumreragh      25 (Westmeath)
Killare      28 (Westmeath)

A summary of research sources for Ardnurcher, or Horseleap

Positional map

Ardnurcher or Horseleap Ballyloughloe Ballymore Ballymorin Bunown Bunown Carrick Castlelost Castletownkindalen Churchtown Clonarney Durrow Clonfad Conry Castletowndelvin Castletowndelvin Drumraney Durrow Dysart Dysart Dysart Enniscoffey Faughalstown Foyran Kilbeggan Kilbixy Kilbride Kilcleagh Kilcumny Kilcumreragh Kilkenny West Killagh Killare Killua Killucan Killulagh Kilmacnevan Kilmanaghan Kilpatrick Lackan Leny Lickbla Lynn Mayne Moylisker Mullingar Multyfarnham Newtown Noughaval Noughaval Pass of Kilbride Piercetown Portloman Portnashangan Rahugh Rathaspick Rathconnell Rathconrath Rathgarve Russagh St. Feighins St. Marys St. Marys, Athlone Stonehall Street Taghmon Templeoran Templepatrick Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Tyfarnham Meath Offaly Longford Cavan
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