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Q: Which founding father was born into an aristocratic family in County Carlow Ireland?
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Where is Carlow?

Carlow is the county town of County Carlow in the Republic of Ireland. It is situated in the south-east of Ireland, 84 kilometres away from Dublin.


Where is Clonegal?

It is a village in County Carlow, Ireland.


What is the 2nd smallest county in Ireland?

Carlow.


What is the Second smallest county in Ireland?

Second Smallest County in Ireland is Carlow at 896 Km sq


What conutry is carlow near?

The town of Carlow, is in the county of Carlow, which is in Ireland. The bordering counties are Kilkenny, Laois, Kildare, Wicklow and Wexford.


Where is Grangeford Ireland?

There is a Grangeford in county Carlow. There is also a Grangeford in county Kildare.


Where is county carlin Ireland?

There is no county in Ireland called Carlin. You may mean county Carlow. It is in the southeast of Ireland. See the map at the link below where it is shown in blue.


What is the population of County Carlow?

The population of County Carlow is 54,532.


What is the third smallest county in Ireland?

Dublin is the largest city in Ireland, but the county of Dublin is actually the third smallest in Ireland, with Louth being the smallest and Carlow being the second smallest.


What is the area of County Carlow?

The area of County Carlow is 896 square kilometers.


What the main town carlow?

The main town in the county of Carlow is the town of Carlow.


When was Aidan Roark born?

Aidan Roark was born on October 23, 1905, in County Carlow, Ireland.


What is Irelands second smallest country?

You probably meant county not country. In that case the second smallest county in Ireland is Carlow. If you did mean country, the island of Ireland has the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland on it. The Republic of Ireland is bigger making it the second smallest, and Northern Ireland the smallest.


When was County Carlow Football Club created?

County Carlow Football Club was created in 1873.


When did Christabel Bielenberg die?

Christabel Bielenberg died on November 2, 2003, in Tullow, County Carlow, Ireland.


How many miles between Dublin Ireland and Tynock Co Carlow?

You may be referring to Tiknock in county Carlow. There are variations in routes you can take. The journey is about 44 miles or 70 kilometres.


What type of place is Carlow?

Carlow is the name of a county in Ireland and also the name of a town in the county. It is the main town of the county. The county is the second smallest in Ireland. It is mostly rural. It is in the south-east of Ireland. The town is not very large, although it is the biggest in the county. It has narrow streets and it can be a town with traffic problems, but since the bypass around the town was opened, this problem has significantly improved. As of the 2011 census, it has about 19,000 people. There are lots of places of historic interest as it has been inhabited for thousands of years. There are lots of nice places in the county as like much of Ireland it has nice scenery.


What are the small counties in Ireland?

Louth is the smallest county. Carlow is the second smallest. Although it contains the largest city in Ireland, Dublin is the third smallest county. Longford is the fourth smallest. Armagh is the fifth smallest.


When did Carlow County - UK Parliament constituency - end?

Carlow County - UK Parliament constituency - ended in 1922.


When was Carlow County - UK Parliament constituency - created?

Carlow County - UK Parliament constituency - was created in 1801.


Where does saoirse ronan live?

She lives in County Carlow. Its in South Eastern Ireland. She was born in New York though so dont get mistaken.


Name one of the three counties of Ireland?

County Carlow.There are thirty two counties not three in the Island of Ireland - twenty six in the ROI and six in NI.


Which county in Ireland is landlocked?

many Irish counties are landlocked - e.g. Tyrone, Fermanagh, Monaghan, Cavan, Westmeath, Longford, Offaly, Laois, Carlow etc


In Ireland which county doesnt touch the sea?

there are several - Tyrone, Fermanagh, Monaghan, Cavan, Longford, Westmeath, Roscommon, Offaly, Laois, Carlow, Kildare, Tipperary, Kilkenny


What are some of the Bandb hotels in Ireland?

Some of the hotels in Ireland are, "Clare's Rock Hostel Budget B&B", "Moynure House B&B", "B&B County Carlow, "B&B County Wexford", and "Clareville B&B".

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