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Moycullen, Co. Galway, 31st May 2019
Images credit: Sean Lydon
Moycullen Heritage Category Winner at the Prestigious CAHG Awards, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 10 July 2019
Several areas of Europe have fjords: however, many are less pronounced due to the limited exposure of westerly winds. Within ...
St David's Well, Ballinaslaney, Oylegate
St. David’s Well at Oylegate, County Wexford.
WW1 Ballina Heroes
Commemoration One hundred & eighty – two Ballina soldiers who lost their lives during the first world war were commemorated with ...
Nymphsfield Stone Circles
Mayo Stone Circles The Cong area of Co. Mayo has been associated with the arrival of Túatha De Dannan plus the ...
1901 – https://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Limerick/Ardpatrick/Kilmihil/1492731/
Martin ‘Doc’ O ‘Carroll
Musician / Singer Martin O ‘Carroll was born in the village of Tourmakeady, Co. Mayo on 19th November 1939. His mother ...
Drumlane Abbey Church and Round Tower
Drumlane is pleasantly situated near the quiet Co. Cavan village of Miltown,, a monastic site overlooking Lough Derrybrick often associated ...
19th Century Lime Kiln
19th Century (c. 1820) Lime Kiln (Restored 2006). On the site of NUI Galway Campus near Fisheries Field.
Marriage Coat of Arms Wall Carving
Image of a 17th Century Marriage Coat of Arms carved into a wall. Families unknown although could be Fox and another ...
These amazing women deserve to be honoured for their heroic service to humanity. Michael Feeney in his book ‘Remembering Mayo’s Fallen ...
Cong. County Mayo
Introduction to Cong, County Mayo
St. Augustine's Holy Well
St. Augustine’s Holy Well. Located in Lough Atalia, Galway City.
Cappanalaurabaun / Ceapach na Lára Báine
The Oughterard region has only recently become my home (1year) having visited the area since I first moved to Galway ...
Cruicetown Cemetery, Church and Motte
Cruicetown is a civil parish near the village of Nobber in the barony of Kells Lower, Co Meath comprising of ...
The Murrisk Mariner Austie Bourke has been recalled in songs and stories in his native Murrisk but many beyond his native ...
Dhuish National School, Shercock, Co. Cavan 1875-1975
Dhuish National School was opened in 1875 and was assigned number 7927. According to an article in the Anglo Celt, ...
Dunaweel wood is an old wood found on the first edition Ordnance survey maps which date from the 1830s . By ...
A truly strange stone cross outside an optician's on the corner of Kevin Street and Bride Street
Black Friary Car Park
Across the road from our house in Kilkenny is a car park. For the past few months as my daughter ...
Old Coombe Hospital
The Old Coombe Hospital formally opened as the Coombe Lying-in Hospital in 1829 and was granted a Royal Charter in ...
Ireland's Oldest Credit Union
Ireland’s Oldest Credit Union Donore Credit Union, founded in 1958.
The oldest tree in Ireland
This ancient yew tree on the grounds of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, known as the Silken Thomas tree, is thought ...
James Francis Taylor
Thank you for drawing our attention to the typo in the above post - this has now been corrected.
Just fyi, Martin Haverty bought land in West Limerick in 1853 through the encumbered estate act, becoming a small, very...
I would love to find out more about Haverty road being called after Martin Haverty. Are there any papers relating...
“No Worry” Share My Memories: Mary Kenny, née Farrell of Newcastle, Aughrim, Co. Galway
A lovely read . I printed out a copy for my dad , he was Tom and John's neighbour and...
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