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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cootehill, known before the Plantation of Ulster as Munnilly (Irish: Muinchille, meaning "the sleeve"), is a prominent market town in County Cavan, Ireland. Cootehill was established as a market town in 1725 when a charter was obtained to hold markets and fairs, and developed strong ties to the Irish linen industry. Cootehill gets its name from the 17th century marriage of Thomas Coote- a Cromwellian Colonel-to Frances Hill from Hillsborough. The Cootes of Cootehill have had some notable members, for example, one Thomas Coote was a judge in a court of Common Pleas in the 18th century, and other Cootes have served as sheriffs and under-sheriffs in the 19th more

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