Castletown

Castletown may refer to:

  • Castle town, a settlement built adjacent to or surrounding a castle

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Castletown-Kinneigh
... Castletown-Kinneigh (Irish Baile Chaisleáin Chinn Eich) is a small rural village near Ballineen in County Cork, Ireland ... Castletown, the village itself has one pub, owned by the O'Callaghan family ... Castletown also has a soccer team named Castletown Celtic FC and has had a lot of success in the West Cork League, winning the Beamish Cup twice and reaching various finals ...
Castletown River
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Castletown, Western Australia - Demographics
... At the 2006 census, Castletown had a population of 3,113 ... Castletown residents had a median age of 34, and the median individual income was $480 per week compared with $454 per week in the Esperance region ... The population of Castletown was predominantly Australian-born - 83.5% as at the 2006 census and at the 2006 census, 3.9% of residents identified as Indigenous Australians ...
Traders' Currency Tokens Of The Isle Of Man - John Caine, Castletown, (1830)
... Catalogue numbers MTK-120 (KMTn) 1 Penny ... MTK-130 (KNTn) ½ Penny ...
Castletown (horse)
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