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Michael James Kelly
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Driver (31506), Royal Field Artillery
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Fr. Thomas P. Bartley, S.M.A
From Mayo to Nigeria: pastor, builder and teacher
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Maam Valley Connemara.
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John Sheerins
8th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry
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Willie Ó Gríofa
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Walking the Prom, Salthill, 1950s
Walking the Prom, Salthill, 1950s
Note the 2/3 houses on right of picture . They backed onto a rocky beach and...
By MN HAVS
On 04/03/2015
Patrick Canavan
Patrick Canavan
Private (25044), 15th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers
I am not a relation of his but while visiting the area I stood beside his grave...
By gerry canavan
On 27/02/2015
Patrick McGing
Patrick McGing
His Time in England
Thank you for a great story.  ...
By John Mcging
On 27/02/2015
Johnny Cummins
Johnny Cummins
Paddy Burke's Right Hand man
Paddy Burke was indeed ahead of his time, a lovely warm human being who gave...
By Pete Lyons
On 23/02/2015
An Seanbhóthar
An Seanbhóthar
The Old Road
Maith thú Gerry, tá se seo an-suimiúil....
By Maggi Rua
On 23/02/2015
A Typical Night in the Hangar, Salthill, 1953
A Typical Night in the Hangar, Salthill, 1953
Certainly looks like Tom Browne - later a councillor /mayor ?...
By MN HAVS
On 23/02/2015
Walking the Prom, Salthill, 1950s
Walking the Prom, Salthill, 1950s
Could this be a chap that later worked in Seapoint - possible first name Joe ?...
By MN HAVS
On 23/02/2015
Rogues Gallery
Rogues Gallery
In conjunction with 'Preserving The Peace: 200 years of Policing on the Island of Ireland, 1814 - 2014
As dodgy a Roscommon outlaw as ever I saw!...
By Brendan McGowan
On 27/01/2015
Rural Childhood in the 1950s
Rural Childhood in the 1950s
A Trip Down Memory Lane
What a wonderful article. I would like to add a note about the tea chests being...
By sandra Kilduff
On 27/01/2015
Ford-Mears/Meer Family: Ballina to Chicago
Ford-Mears/Meer Family: Ballina to Chicago
An Irish-American Success Story
Very interesting Family history. A proud legacy. Lovely photos....
By Noelene Beckett Crowe.
On 21/01/2015
Rural Childhood in the 1950s
Rural Childhood in the 1950s
A Trip Down Memory Lane
Such a true picture. And children were so resourceful and responsible. I was...
By Mary Mc Namara
On 19/01/2015
Judge Bole
Judge Bole
Lawyer & Judge
The Bole family originated in Knappagh, Westport . The family owned a local...
By Sean Nestor
On 19/01/2015
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9. Wicklow Case Study: The Shorts of Killoughter, County Wicklow
From County Wicklow Heritage:
9. Wicklow Case Study: The Shorts of Killoughter, County Wicklow
Using the Records
My brother Mervyn passed this over to me as this is our granfather. I've...
By Emily Shortt Dunne
On 02/03/2015
A Short History of Ballinrobe
From Historical Ballinrobe:
A Short History of Ballinrobe
For 6th class at St. Joseph's Primary School, Ballinrobe
Well done, are you related to Martin? Bye from Jim...
By jim keogh
On 28/02/2015
9. Wicklow Case Study: The Shorts of Killoughter, County Wicklow
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9. Wicklow Case Study: The Shorts of Killoughter, County Wicklow
Using the Records
Amazing read, Thats my ancestors. Ive seen the grave sites and heard the...
By mary shortt
On 26/02/2015
A Short History of Ballinrobe
From Historical Ballinrobe:
A Short History of Ballinrobe
For 6th class at St. Joseph's Primary School, Ballinrobe
I loved the video and it made me more determined than ever to search for my...
By Pamela Azevedo
On 25/02/2015
Trying to trace my Birth Mother
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Trying to trace my Birth Mother
Any help much appreciated
Mary was born 1930; her parents were Mathew and Helena Finn. Helena was a nurse...
By John Bannon
On 24/02/2015
Carragmanagh
From Oughterard Heritage:
Carragmanagh
Census Details
In relation to the paragraph - Martin of Ballynahinch - there is some confusion...
By Jim Fahy
On 15/02/2015
Recording of the Graveyards in Kilgeever Parish
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Recording of the Graveyards in Kilgeever Parish
Moving forward with the times.
My grandparents John & Mary Hunt are buried in plot no. 204 with my uncle...
By rosaleen hunt
On 15/02/2015
Genealogical Query
From County Wicklow Heritage:
Genealogical Query
James Murphy - travelling showman?
Hi Christine,I checked our County Wicklow parish records but I could not see...
By Catherine Wright
On 10/02/2015
The McDonaghs of Billamore
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The McDonaghs of Billamore
    Hi, Please see 1901 Irish census - www.nationalarchives...
By Rick
On 04/02/2015
Letter from Mary Cruise re Frank and John Looby
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Letter from Mary Cruise re Frank and John Looby
My mother was Eileen Frawley and Martin Frawley (grandfather) was head constable in the RIC
My grandmother was Bridie Looby from Mask cottages - sister of Frank and John....
By Dermot McGrath
On 01/02/2015
Kilmaine, Co. Mayo - Chief Landlords of the area.
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Kilmaine, Co. Mayo - Chief Landlords of the area.
By Evelyn Keane
Hi Rosaleen, That means we're cousins! My grandfather was Thomas Francis...
By Tim Scott
On 01/02/2015
Searching for members of the Murphy/Sammon Family
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Searching for members of the Murphy/Sammon Family
The Murphy Journal 1796-2010
My mother was Eileen Murphy McCaughey, born in 1908 in Kilshanvy to Winifred...
By Liz Mccaughey
On 01/02/2015