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Taghshinny, Co. Longford

Taghshinny on the R399

Taghshinny is a village and parish located in South-East County Longford, Ireland, North-East of Ballymahon.

The Church of Ireland church is notable for the large Annaly monument, dedicated to the Gore family who were major landowners in this part of County Longford in the eighteenth century and gained the title Baron Annaly. Their principal residence, Tennelick, which they inherited from the Sankey family, who acquired large estates in Ireland in the seventeenth century, was just outside Taghshinny.

It lies on the R399 regional road. See also[edit source | edit] List of towns and villages in Ireland
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Glebe House Glebe House

Taghshinny Ballymahon Co Longford, Taghshinny, Co. Longford
Offering a garden, Glebe House is located in Taghshinny. Athlone is 25 km from the property. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The accommodation has a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Free private parking is also available on site.

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