Moneymore is also the name of a farming district near Milton, New Zealand.Moneymore is also the name of a large housing estate in Drogheda, Ireland.Moneymore (from Irish: Muine Mór, meaning "large thicket or large hill") is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 1,369 in the 2001 Census.It is an example of a Plantation village in Mid-Ulster. It was the first town in Ulster to have piped water.

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  • Moneymore is also the name of a farming district near Milton, New Zealand.Moneymore is also the name of a large housing estate in Drogheda, Ireland.Moneymore (from Irish: Muine Mór, meaning "large thicket or large hill") is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 1,369 in the 2001 Census.It is an example of a Plantation village in Mid-Ulster. It was the first town in Ulster to have piped water.
  • Moneymore (Iers: Muine Mór: groot struikgewas) is een plaats in het Noord-Ierse district Cookstown.Moneymore telt 1371 inwoners. Van de bevolking is 51% protestant en 47,8% katholiek.
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  • Moneymore is also the name of a farming district near Milton, New Zealand.Moneymore is also the name of a large housing estate in Drogheda, Ireland.Moneymore (from Irish: Muine Mór, meaning "large thicket or large hill") is a village and townland in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 1,369 in the 2001 Census.It is an example of a Plantation village in Mid-Ulster. It was the first town in Ulster to have piped water.
  • Moneymore (Iers: Muine Mór: groot struikgewas) is een plaats in het Noord-Ierse district Cookstown.Moneymore telt 1371 inwoners. Van de bevolking is 51% protestant en 47,8% katholiek.
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