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Castles of County Galway in Ireland - Norman Castles, Irish Tower Houses and Fortified Mansions....Send me an email if you are interested...

The Fahy family were a Gaelic clan of considerable influence in south county Galway, and left the remains of many fortifications in that part of the countybetween Abbey/Duniry/Woodford.

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Ballylee; Cargin; Glinsk; Castletown; Rinville.

Claregalway; Ardamullivan; Athenry; Aughnanure; Castledaly.

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Menlo; Barnaderg; Cloghan; Cregg; Ballindooley.

Feartagar; ClondeGoff; Ballykyne; Renvyle; Tulira.

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Clifden; Brackloon; Bunowen; Ballinahinch; Newtown.

Dunmore; Kiltrogue; Castlegar; Ballinduff; Caherdangan.

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Annaghdown; Ardrahan; Ballinfad; Ballybrit; Blakes.

Creganna; Derryhiveny; Lynches; Derrymacloughna; Cloonacauneen.


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Aille; Caherkinmonwee; Cloonboo; Deerpark; Oranmore.

Pallas; Portumna; Rahealy; Raruddy; Terryland.

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