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place name near cahirciveen
Posted by: Niall Moore (ID *****3769) Date: February 26, 2009 at 07:51:33
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Hi,

I am trying to decode a phonetic rendering of a place name, near Cahirciveen, as used in the late 19th Century. As best as can be remembered it sounds like 'air a tub ra'.

Anyone any ideas?


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