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Bailieborough - Cavan - Town
Buildings of note Bailieborough Market House is a 3 bay 2 story building built in 1818 currently used as a library. Irish suffragist and atheist Francis Sheehy-Skeffington was born here in 1878
Date: 1920 (estimate)
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Read about Bailieborough below
Bailieborough (sometimes spelled as Bailieboro) (Irish: Coill an Chollaigh) is a small town in County Cavan in the Republic of Ireland.
Bailieborough has a wonderful history dating back to 3000BC Ulster. William Bailie, a Scottish 'undertaker' or Planter, was granted the lands of Tonergie (Tandragee) in East Breffnie,James I. He built a castle and enclosed the demesne by 1629. On his death the estate passed to his son, William, Bishop of Clonfert.
Buildings of note Bailieborough Market House is a 3 bay 2 story building built in 1818 currently used as a library
The town's amenities include a leisure centre (gym, swimming pool, sauna and steam room), many playing pitches and local walks. The area is well known for its lakes and forests.
Irish suffragist and atheist Francis Sheehy-Skeffington was born here in 1878.