Reference: Knockavilla Cork

The Hollands, the Cronins, The Murphys and the... Kevin Cronin talks about the different families buried in the graveyard including the Cronins, the...

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The O'Connells Con O'Conaill describes the O'Connells buried in Knockavilla and trying to connect the...

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The Murphys Teddy McCarthy talks about the Murphys of Killumney

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What is in a name... Murt O'Sullivan talks about the importance of names and placenames and where names got their O

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An Aristocratic Grave Murt O'Sullivan talks about the grave of Tadhg Mac Cormac McCarthy -a famous resident of the...

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The rounds of Rev. Patrick Murphy Michael O’Sullivan talks about the priests buried in the graveyard including why rounds were...

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A small history Michael O’Sullivan gives a general history about Knockavilla Old Graveyard at Keel, including...

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Reference: Raheen Laois

The Lalors and Lalor Fitzpatricks of Tinnakill,...

Kevin Lalor Fitzpatrick tells us about his forebears who are buried in Raheen graveyard and...

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Reference: Tobar Padraig Galway

Pattern Day and Log Books Pat McKeogh describing the pattern day at Tobar Padraig. Pat's wife also holds the graveyard...

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Bill digs his heels in Bill Greaney describes his efforts to conserve the old graveyard at Tobar Padraig. Bill is one of...

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An Effigal Plaque at Tobar Padraig Christy Cuniffe describes a magnificent 17th century effigal plaque of St Patrick which is set into...

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The Story of St. Latiaran

 

Written By Christy Lehane

Saint Latiaran and her

Reference: Cork

Old Cullen Graveyard

Written By Christy Lehane

Interview with Dermot Kiely  local historian

The old Cullen

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Nohoval Lower Graveyard

 

Written By Christy Lehane

Nohoval  Lower Graveyard is located on the Cork side

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Loder grave

According to local folklore one person who is buried in this grave (CO-TYLS-0069) lived to be 114 years, his name is

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Sarah Curran's headstone

A headstone exists to Sarah Curran in Kilshannig graveyard even though she is buried in Newmarket and a number of

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Denny John Wynn first winner of Aintree Grand...

This is reputed to be the burial place of Denny John Wynn who rode the first Irish winner of the Aintree Grand National in 1847 on a horse called

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History of Newberry/Kilshannig

This graveyard is located in the townland of Newberry and close to Mallow Sugar Factory. The area  was once the

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Catherine O Mullane mother of Daniel O Connel

Catherine O Mullane, Mother of Daniel O Connell the Liberator. The O Mullane’s were significant Catholic

Reference: Cork

Alexander, Alestir McDonnell

In 1647 Alexander, Alestir McDonnell was killed at the Battle of Knocknanuss. He was also known as Colkito. He was