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The Flight of the Dishes
The Flight of the Dishes
Dunguaire, Kinvara. Co. Galway
Flowers on doorstep
Flowers on doorstep
Kells Co. Meath.
Decorating the May Bush
Decorating the May Bush
By Michael Heffernan
May Altar
May Altar
Smithborough, Monaghan
The Sídhe - belief & customs in Co. Laois
The Sídhe - belief & customs in Co. Laois
Otherworld shenanigans on the local Fairy Path.
Flowers on doorstep
Flowers on doorstep
Claremorris, Co. Mayo
May Bush
May Bush
Ballyhaise, Cavan
May Altar
May Altar
Crookstown area, Co. Cork
Flowers / May Bough
Flowers / May Bough
Rosenallis Co. Laois
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Rural Childhood in the 1950s
Rural Childhood in the 1950s
A Trip Down Memory Lane
I really enjoyed this article. Thank you very much....
By Mark Gorman
On 28/04/2015
Sister Lily Mc Nicholas
Sister Lily Mc Nicholas
O.B.E.
Thank you for bringing this wonderful woman to my attention! I had not come...
By Linda
On 15/04/2015
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
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Some things Never Change!
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Some things Never Change!
Costello/McDermott celebrate 50 years in business in Ballinrobe
Bray Cualann History Society
From County Wicklow Heritage:
Bray Cualann History Society
An Update on Upcoming Events & Activities
The Winning Dish - delicious
From Historical Ballinrobe:
The Winning Dish - delicious
c. 1970 Secondary School, competition, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo
Convent of Mercy, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Convent of Mercy, Ballinrobe, Co Mayo
Extracted from the 1970 Convent of Mercy School Magazine p 14 - 17
No more tears in Their Eyes
From Historical Ballinrobe:
No more tears in Their Eyes
Creagh House, Ballinrobe, was a TB Sanatorium at one stage
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Lardner Family, Ballinrobe
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Lardner Family, Ballinrobe
Stone Masons
Thrilled to find this site.  My great grandmother was Margaret Lardner,...
By Melody Eileen Bannister-Barch
On 21/05/2015
David Shaw Smith
From Historical Ballinrobe:
David Shaw Smith
Maker of the 'Hands' series
I am fascinated all over again watching the Hands Revisited  series. If...
By Aine Hickey
On 14/05/2015
My Irish Ancestry
From County Wicklow Heritage:
My Irish Ancestry
Looking for help!
Hello Karl, What an interesting ancestry you have!  Unfortunately, our...
By Catherine Wright
On 14/05/2015
Ballinrobe Railway Station
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Ballinrobe Railway Station
A short History.
Hello, John Paul and Marian, I recently discovered my Ballinrobe great...
By Mike
On 26/04/2015
World War ll images from a member of the Ballinrobe Diaspora
From Historical Ballinrobe:
World War ll images from a member of the Ballinrobe Diaspora
These rare images will bring back memories of relatives/friends to some members of the Ballinrobe Community
A remarkable, gallery-quality discovery. Thank you for posting! Mike...
By Mike O'Brien
On 26/04/2015
Ballinrobe Christian Brothers School 1951
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Ballinrobe Christian Brothers School 1951
School Photo
Both my brothers went to school in Ballinrobe and I remember Brother Fitzgerald...
By Maris
On 09/04/2015
Ballinrobe and South Mayo's Fight for Freedom 1916
From Historical Ballinrobe:
Ballinrobe and South Mayo's Fight for Freedom 1916
Twelve men who fought in 1916
Hi, Just wondering if there is any information about my grand uncle Terence...
By Marian
On 09/04/2015
AN ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF JOHN HEARNE OF BALLINROBE
From Historical Ballinrobe:
AN ATTEMPT ON THE LIFE OF JOHN HEARNE OF BALLINROBE
Killoshine
I wonder if this man was any relation to Michael Hearn and his family who owned...
By Margaret Haywood
On 09/04/2015
James Carlton Hill
From County Wicklow Heritage:
James Carlton Hill
Born 1798 - Wicklow - Died 1858 Melbourne Australia?
Hello Wendy,A quick check of the County Wicklow parish records tells us that...
By Catherine Wright
On 26/03/2015
Standing Stones
From Louisburgh-Killeen Heritage:
Standing Stones
Burials, borders, territories or treasure?
Wonderful information...appreciate this sharing of Heritage....
By Noelene Beckett Crowe.
On 24/03/2015
Killeen
From Louisburgh-Killeen Heritage:
Killeen
A Brief Description
Very interesting article....
By Noelene Beckett Crowe.
On 24/03/2015
Srahwee Wedge Tomb and Submerged Forest
From Louisburgh-Killeen Heritage:
Srahwee Wedge Tomb and Submerged Forest
Congrats Brige amazing pictures and article....
By Noelene Beckett Crowe.
On 24/03/2015