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Monasteroris Medieval Church & Graveyard

The Medieval church and graveyard  of Monasteroris can be found just outside Edenderry in County Offally.  This area was under the control of John De Bermingham, the Earl of Louth whom had a fortification just behind the walls of the … Continue reading

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Kinnefad Castle

Yet another stronghold built by the De Bermingham’s can be found in the area of Kinnefad or in Gaelic as Ceann – Átha Fada which translates to ‘head of the ford’. There were many De Bermingham castles and a couple … Continue reading

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