Charleville can refer to:

  • Charleville, County Cork, a town in Ireland
    • Charleville railway station
    • Charleville GAA
    • Charleville (Parliament of Ireland constituency)
  • Charleville, Queensland, a town in Australia
  • Charleville, Marne, a commune in Marne, France
  • Charleville-Mézières, a commune in Ardennes, France
  • Charleville Castle, a castle in County Offaly, Ireland
  • Earl of Charleville, an 18th and 19th century Irish peerage
  • Charleville musket, a smoothbore longarm used in the American Revolutionary War

Other articles related to "charleville":

Cantons Of The Ardennes Department - Arrondissement of Charleville-Mézières (17 Cantons)
... Charleville-Centre Charleville-La Houillère Flize Fumay Givet Mézières-Centre-Ouest Mézières-Est Monthermé Nouzonville Omont Renwez Revin Rocroi Rumigny Signy-l'Abbaye Signy-le-Petit Villers-Sem ...
Charleville, Marne
... Charleville is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France. ...
Charles Howard-Bury - Background and Education
... A member of the Howard family, he was born at Charleville Castle, King's County, Ireland, the only son of Captain Kenneth Howard-Bury (1846–1885), son of the Honourable James Howard ... His mother was Lady Emily Alfreda Julia, daughter of Charles Bury, 3rd Earl of Charleville ... of Bury in 1881 after his wife succeeded to the Charleville estates ...
Charleville Airport - History
... Other USAAF units assigned to Charleville were the 8th and 480th Service Squadron of the 45th Service Group ... Charleville was also the western terminus of the Air Transport Command Pacific Wing (later Division) ... The Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) had a unit at Charleville ...
Charleville GAA
... Charleville GAA club is a Gaelic football and hurling club based in the town of Charleville, County Cork, Ireland ...