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Inserting a map into your Post
This video will show you how to insert a map into a post, this can be very useful to make ...
Shellfish collecting objects from the Irish Folklife collection
Now that the summer has arrived, many of you will be planning trips to our beautiful beaches. The views along ...
Gloshpatrick Church Ruins
This settlement was located below Croagh Patrick on the Murrisk / Louisburgh left hand side of road. At the entrance ...
Ashbrook House Ruins
A farmhouse annotated as ‘Ashbrook Moore Esquire’ by Taylor and Skinner (1778 pl. 223) was once regarded as an interesting ...
Donomona Castle Ruins
Donomona Castle played a central part in the history of the Clogher area of County Mayo. It was originally a ...
This Errew country house was constructed for Granville Henry Knox (1840-94) to a design by James Franklin Fuller (1835-1924) of ...
Michael Timony / Míchéal O ‘Tiomnaidhe
Gaelic Scholar / Author / Folklore Collector This Mayo Irish scholar was a noted collector of Folklore plus an avid Author. Michael ...
KY5K Tipperary: Cloughjordan
Online Network Meeting 29 June 2021
Please find the presentation slides and meeting agenda below
Cloonkeen solitary standing stone
People have lived and worshipped in the townland of Cloonkeen for hundreds and thousands of years. We know this because ...
Gandelow Making in Clarina, Co. Limerick
Clare students get a taste of the sea on Lough Derg
One of the attractive characteristics of the currach is its accessibility. They are relatively easy to transport and handle on ...
Mayo’s Methodist Chapels
History Initially the Methodists Churches were founded by the Wesley brothers; John & Charles during the mid – 18th century. Along ...
Achill Geology & Glaciation
Bog / Peatlands Achill is characterised by its large expanses of blanket bog / peatlands. Peatlands are recognised as one of ...
Next Steps Caring for Community Archives: Digital Preservation of Social Media
Many community archives and heritage groups have embraced the benefits of social media. They often use Facebook to chat and ...
Three Special Women From Ballyhaught
, and John. As children, they spent their summer holidays visiting their aunt Nell (Ellen Fitzgibbon) Fox, who had a ...
Emily Weddell was one of the Founders of Scoil Acla. This lady was the first to lay a wreath at ...
Am a minuscule section of the protective framework provided within Sacred walls that supported this homestead together for eons Immobile yet absorbing ...
Achill Sound Bridges
Pre – nineteenth century a narrow channel separated Achill Island from mainland Mayo. The necessity for a permanent link across ...
Cornelius McGrath, the Silvermines Giant
Cornelius Mcgrath (McGrath) was born on the 10th March 1737 in the parish of the Silvermines, near Nenagh, Co Tipperary. It ...
Instagram Workshop: Part One
This series of iCAN Champions sessions on social media will take place at least once a month and will continue ...
Achill Franciscan Monastery Ruins
This Monastery at Bunnacurry represented an important component of the mid nineteenth century Ecclesiastical heritage of Contae Mhaigh Eo with ...
From Achill to Australia- The tale of Keiron's Currach
Our friend Keiron Ginnelly, here in Fremantle Western Australia, spent his early formative years in Dooega, Achill Island. His family ...
Developing your Digital Skills: Cataloguing a Digital Collection and Digital Access
Developing Your Digital Skills: Cataloguing a Digital Collection and Digital Access Digital images can be made available for use by researchers and ...
Noelene Beckett Crowe.
The Mc Greal Family
Hi John. Lovely to hear from you. Thanks for your comments. Have wonderful memories of visiting Gretta & Sonny. Delighted...
The Mc Greal Family
Hello, The Dominic McGreal mentioned in this article was my grandmother's half brother. He was the first-born son of Patrick...
Ford-Mears/Meer Family: Ballina to Chicago
I just found out that this is a part of my heritage that I knew nothing about thanks to ancestry.com...
Remembering our West of Ireland Boats
I realise that securing artefacts might be a challenge, but perhaps the story of large timber vessels built in Ireland...
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