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Nohoval cove
Ireland

Nohoval, a parish, in tehe barony of Kinnalea, country of Cork, and province of Munster, 8 miles from Kinsale, on the old road to Robert's-Cove; containig 1260 inhabitants.This parish is situated on the southern coast.

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