County Carlow

The name Carlow may possibly be from the Old Irish word cethrae related to 4 as in 4 legged animals ? The second part of the name is the ending -lach for lake..so it is directly translated as “Four lakes”, although, there is seemingly no evidence to suggest that these lakes ever existed in this area!
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These are the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in County Carlow

Duckett’s Grove, Rainstown. County Carlow 1850

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Carlow's richest family, The IRA & Banshees This great house was built between 1818 and 1850 and was once home to the Duckett family. The Ducketts were Carlow's largest landowners for 300 years [...]

Duckett’s Grove, Rainstown. County Carlow 18502019-06-25T20:27:04+00:00