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April Lecture: Killaloe's Harry Clarke Windows

We are thrilled to announce that the April talk will take place on Wednesday 25th April, in St Flannan’s Catholic church at the top of Main St, Killaloe. 368 more words

Events, Talks

Tour of Clarisford Palace on 15th April: Apply Now!

Built in the 1770s and used for two hundred years as the residence of the local Church of Ireland Bishop, Clarisford Palace is an important historic building both locally and nationally. 175 more words

Killaloe

March Lecture: Researching a Killaloe Family's History

Acclaimed genealogist and creator of the online Early Irish Marriage Index, Roz McCutcheon has been researching her own family history for decades. Having come up against a brick wall in her investigation of the Killaloe branch in around 1800, she discovered some novel solutions and lesser-known sources which enabled her to break through it. 188 more words

Events, Talks

Thank You Brian!

Thank you to our February speaker, Brian J. Goggin, who delivered a really incredible lecture last night on the departure of the steamer fleet from Killaloe, and how some ended up in very far flung and unexpected places. 231 more words

Events, Talks

Taking the piscatorial

Piscatorial

We are glad to observe that the fishing at Killaloe is this season, as heretofore, attracting, in pursuit of their thoroughly delightful but simple sport, numerous ardent bands of the “Knights of the Angle”; and the comfortable¬† 74 more words

Ireland

Bennett's Chemist on Church St

This photo, taken in the late 1940s, shows Bennett’s Chemist on Church St. Jimmy Whelan started his shop there in the 1960s, prior to moving to the end of Church Street, and in more recent years The Sweet Shop was located here. 124 more words

History

Leaflet from Mary Mannion -Progressive Democrats -Killaloe -2004 Local Elections

From the 2004 Local Elections , a leaflet from Mary Mannion of The Progressive Democrats who was running in Killaloe for a seat on Clare County Council.
Many thanks to the sender.

Irish Politics