| Locations with Stone Bottles
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Locations which would be expected to have former links with Stone Bottles.
The Section below covers the Locations which would be expected to have former links with Stone Bottles.
Abbeyfeale - Abbeyleix - Annalong - Antrim - Arklow - Athenry - Athlone - Athy - Augher - Aughnacloy
Balbriggan - Ballina - Ballinamallard -Ballinasloe -Ballintra - Ballycastle - Ballyclare - Ballygawley -- Ballyjamesduff - Ballykelly- Bangor - Belcoo - Boyle - Bray - Bunbeg - Bundoran - Bushmills
Cahir - Caledon - Carlingford - Carrickfergus - Carrickmacross - Carrick-on-Shannon - Castlebar -Castlebellingham - Castleblayney -Castlepollard- Castlerock - Cavan - Ceanannus Mor - Claremorris- Cliften - Clogher - Cloughey - Clones - Clonmacnoise -ill - Cloyne - Coalisland - Collooney - Comber - Cong - Convoy - Conwall - Crossakeel - - Crossdoney - Crossmolina -
Dalkey - Dalystown - Derrygonnelly - Desertmartin - Doagh - Downpatrick - Draperstown -Drumkeen - Dungannon - Dunganstown - Dungarvan - Dungiven - Dunleer -
Eglinton - Enniscrone - Enniskillen -
Fahan - Fintona - Finvoy - Fivemiletown -
Garvagh - Garvaghy - Gilford -Glencolumbkille - Glenties - Gorey
Gormanstown - Gort - Greyabbey - Greystones - Groomsport - Gweedore
Hillsborough - Hilltown - Howth
Kells - Kenmare - Kesh - Kilbeggan - Kilcormack - Kildare - Kilkeel - Killila - Killaloe - Killorglin - Kilmaine - Kilmainham -Kilrea - Kilrush - Kilternan - Kinsale -
Leitrim - Lifford - Lismore - Loughbrickland - Louth
Maghera - Magherafelt - Maguire's Bridge -Malahide - Mallow - Manorhamilton - Markethill - Martinstown - Midleton - Milford - Michelstown - Mohill - Monaghan - Monasterboice - Monasterevin -- Moneymore - Mountmellick - Moy - Moyard - Mullingar -
Navan - Nenagh - Newbliss - Newcastle - Newcastle West - New Ross - Newtownards -
Newtownbutler - Newtowncunningham - Newtownhamilton -
Oldcastle - Oughterard
Pettigo - Portaferry - Portarlington - Portballintrae - Portglenone - Port Laoise - Portrush - Portstewart
Raheny - Randalstown - Rathdrum - Rathfarnham - Rathfriland - Rathgar - Rathmines - Rathmullan - Riverstown- Roscommon - Rosconnell - Roscrea- Rosslare - Rossnowlagh - Rostrevor
Saintfield - St Johnston - Salthill - Santry - Scarriff - Scarva -Slane -Stewartstown - Stillorgan - Stradbally - Swanlinbar - Swords -
Tallaght -Tallow - Tandragee - Tang -Templemore - Templenoe - Templeogue - Templepatrick - Teranure - Termon -Tinahely - Tipperary -Tobercurry - Tobermore - Togher - Toome Bridge - Tralee - Tramore - Trillick - Tuam - Tullow -
Waringstown - Warrenpoint - Waterfoot - Waterloo Bridge - Wellington Bridge - Wicklow -
1) Many Glass Lemonades Bottles - a fair percentage of which were round bottoms - from such Belfast firms as Cantrell & Cochrane, Ross, Wheeler, Corry etc have been found in countries as far away as the United States, Australia, etc. I am looking for information if any Irish Stone Bottles were actually dug or recovered from the sea etc in such countries. In other words, did Irish firms export stone bottles as well as glass bottles?
Locations with no Stone Bottle Connections
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Places C to D
Places E to G
Places H to K
Places L to M
Places N to Q
Places R to W