Buttevant

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Buttevant (Irish: Cill na Mullach or Ecclesia Tumulorum in the Latin) is a medieval market town, incorporated by charter of Edward III, situated in North County Cork, Ireland. While there may be reason to suggest that the town may occupy the site of an earlier settlement of the Donegans, Carrig Donegan, the origins of the present town are clearly and distinctly Norman, and closely connected with the settlement of the Barrys from the 13th century. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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  1. Carron Mountain

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Churchtown, County Cork

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