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Irish Addresses - Help!

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Irish Addresses - Help!

Kelly Brady (View posts)
Posted: 27 Jul 2006 10:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Irish addresses confuse me--does anyone know how to write them correctly on an envelope? For example: Gerry Brady, Enaghan Aughna Cniesse, County Longford, Ireland. I'm pretty sure "Enaghan" is the town but I don't know what "Aughna" and "Cniesse" are--streets? So would it be:
Gerry Brady
Aughna Cniesse
Enaghan, County Longford
Ireland
?

Another example: Gerry & Mary Brady, Rosehill Loughdavin Loughduff. I got this one from an online phone book. I figured out it is in Cavan County but I don't know anything else.

I guess what I need to know, since most smaller towns don't have addresses like America:
Jane Doe
123 Main St.
Anytown, NY 12345
...do you put the person's name on one line, then the "address" on the next line, then the town and county on the third line and then Ireland on the fourth line? I am assuming any word I know is not the town would be the "address".

Well this is long. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it. I want to address my envelopes correctly. Thanks so much.

Kelly Marie Brady
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Kelly Brady 28 Jul 2006 4:51AM GMT 
Eilís O'Hara 28 Jul 2006 12:47PM GMT 
Kelly Marie Brady 30 Jul 2006 8:24PM GMT 
Eilís O'Hara 6 Sep 2006 11:25PM GMT 
Kelly Marie Brady 7 Sep 2006 4:52AM GMT 
Eilís O'Hara 7 Sep 2006 12:36PM GMT 
Kelly Marie Brady 7 Sep 2006 6:20PM GMT 
Brendan O'Donoghue 30 Jul 2006 12:16PM GMT 
Kelly Marie Brady 30 Jul 2006 8:27PM GMT 
luckywilbury5 2 Nov 2012 4:29PM GMT 
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