1 edition of Ennistymon Parish Magazine 1999 found in the catalog.
Ennistymon Parish Magazine 1999
|Statement||Old Ennistymon Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||94|
Another article from The Railway Magazine in May ! This time we are in Ireland, specifically in County Clare. The May edition of the magazine carried an article on the 3ft gauge light railway which ran from Ennis to Kilrush and Kilkee. The total length of the railway was about 53 miles. The Railway. BUT THE HOUSE AND BEN THE HOUSE. AKA and see "Black Jock" (Black Joke).Shetland, Jig or Air. A Major. AEae tuning. AA'B. This is the Whalsay Island (Shetlands) title of the tune commonly known as "Black Jock" (Joke) on the mainland. It was one of the tunes played by John Irvine and Andrew Poleson for the Shetland ritual of "bedding the bride.".
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Ennistymon Parish Magazine: Ennistymon Parish Magazine was published by the Old Ennistymon Society for many years, and featured news articles of events during the year and profiles of various aspects of the local culture of Ennistymon.
Houses on the Western Side of Church Street and the Square (). In the Tracks of the West Clare Railway – (Eddie Lenihan) – & Ennistymon Parish Magazine – [Annual Publication] Sticks and Stones - (North Clare Writers Workshop) Roughly Speaking - (North Clare Writers Workshop) - This is Where We Came In - (North Clare Writers Workshop) - Ennistymon Parish Magazine: Ennistymon Old Ennistymon Society: Clare County Library CeColl LSC Pairtin Parteen centenary book: Parteen the Club National Library of Ireland Ir p 56(1) p [Unknown] The Pope's own Irish parish: Dublin Mahon's Printing Works: National Library of Ireland: p.
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''Ennistymon Parish Magazine'' Modern printed sources ''Freeman's Journal'' history, topography and antiquities of the county and city of Limerick''. Dublin:republished Limerick: O'Brien Book Publications, Contemporary printed sources: FITZGERALD, Rita & HASSETT, John Ennistymon Parish Magazine 1999 book.
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Henry Comerford of Galway and Ballykeale House, Kilfenora, Co Clare, was a Galway merchant and landowner and magistrate, but he is also associated with one of the tragic disasters during the famine. At the height of the famine, on 12 Julyhe offered to give land attached to Ballykeale Workhouse in Kilfenora, Co Clare, free of rent, to.
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The Line of the West Clare Railway from Corofin to Lahinch We recommence our journey at Corofin Station with the three photos which concluded the last post about the line.
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