Clonfad (County Westmeath)

There are several churches, and a vibrant community which has had great success in the National Tidy Towns Competition, winning the overall award in 1969. The name of Tyrrellspass came from the pass through the boglands in the area. Tyrrellspass is still surrounded by beautiful boglands, including Cloncrow bog, which is a Special Area of Conservation.

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Clonfad (Westmeath) DOB: 7th August 1896

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