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Murphy Occupants, House No.3
Census Years 1911 Limerick Glenbrohane Cloghast Link to original Census form A Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Murphy Edmond 80 Male Head of Family Catholic Church Murphy Patrick 38 Male Son Catholic Church Murphy Mary 21 Female Wife Catholic Church GPS. 52.381296, -8.368562
Kiely Occupants, House No. 2
Census Years 1911 Limerick Glenbrohane Cloghast Link to original Census form A Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Kiely James 38 Male Head of Family Catholic Kiely Ellen 33 Female Wife Catholic Kiely Nellie 11 Female Daughter Catholic Kiely Patrick 9 Male Son Catholic Kiely Molly 8 Female Daughter Catholic Kiely Hannah 6 Female Daughter Catholic Kiely Denis 4 Male Son Catholic Kiely James 2 Male Son Catholic Kiely Margret Female Daughter Catholic GPS. 52.380729, -8.366855
O'Halloran Occupants, House No. 1
Census Years 1911 Limerick Glenbrohane Cloghast Link to original Census form A Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion O Halloran Patrick 50 Male Head of Family Roman Catholic O Halloran Hannah 48 Female Wife Catholic O Halloran Mary 16 Female Daughter Catholic O Halloran Patrick 6 Male Son Catholic GPS. 52.380516, -8.363791
A young Dublin family, victims of a war and then the flu pandemic.
Catherine Heatley nee Moran, 1891 – 1918, Spanish flu victim and war widow Very little was known to the next generations of ...
Lost all their children to the Spanish Flu
My grandmother’s uncle and aunt lost ALL three of their children to the Spanish Flu, 1919. Two boys and a ...
History of the Spanish Flu
In July 1917 the Spanish flu epidemic spread across the world, and over the next 20 months it claimed an ...
No Irish Need Apply
Spanish flu in Westport area
My maternal grandmother got the Spanish flu in 1918 and survived. Her name was Mary Malone (nee Gibbons) from Loughatarriff ...
The Pilgrim Path to Doonpeter (Glenville)
Glenville is just 13 miles from Cork. It is a European Village of Tradition (the first of such in Ireland) ...
A burial ground for unbaptised babies in the Bay of Kells
This is a small village in Kerry by the sea. For many years it was a secret graveyard where the ...
'Castlebar and the Great Flu'
Back in 1918 as the First World War was entering its final stages, a deadly pandemic now known as the ...
The Connaught Rangers
Men from the Barna area of Galway served with the Connaught Rangers regiment of the British Army during the Great ...
Cure for Spanish Flu
I was told by my grandfather that the people in Cork used plants and flowers as cures for Spanish Flu. ...
Snuff will prevent flu
Co. Fermanagh advert
Sad story of one family
I read in an article in ‘The Past: The Organ of the Uí Cinsealaigh Historical Society’ some years ago that ...
Dr Kathleen Lynn
Dr Kathleen Lynn kept a diary of her work during the flu epidemic in Dublin.
Belmullet deaths, Mayo
A man returned from burying his brother-in-law to find his 20-year son had died.
Spanish Influenza Story Map
Click on a pin, to find out more information and to read the story. Add your Spanish Flu story or information ...
The Enemy Within: exhibition and public programme
One hundred years ago, the influenza epidemic that became known as the Spanish Flu claimed 23,000 lives in Ireland and ...
William J. Keary
U. S. Army / Business Man This successful business man ensured his legacy is remembered in the United States. He was born ...
Heritage of Food Village
A rich gastronomic experience… with major contributions by members of the Irish Community Archive Network
Contribute to the online project
Our Irish Women is an online project recognising and celebrating the achievements of Irish women, especially those whose stories have ...
The Pond by Melissa Land
I remember Nora so well shearing the sheep down at the old stable. The well road was a hive of...
A wonderful story and brings back memories of my Grandmother who passed in 1970 at the age of 97. She...
The Kilbane clan on Achill Island we must be All related. My Father was born the youngest of seven Three...
Superb story, very valuable to have as life is so different now. Many thanks for posting this.
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