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Marshall's Monument

Three lancet windows close the chancel of St Mary’s, New Ross, County Wexford. Founded at the start of the 13th century by William Marshall and/or his wife Isabel de Clare, this was one of the first Perpendicular Gothic churches built in Ireland and most likely the largest at the time. 90 more words

Architectural History

Ding Dong! Avon Calling!

by Karen Seaboyer

You remember the heartwarming ads at Christmas. The pretty little glossy catalogues. The image of the beautiful Avon lady arriving with gifts, each one having its cherished place in every cozy, fireplace-glowing family room in the North American household. 152 more words


The Wexford Way Chapter 3

The Wexford Coastal Path

Chapter Three


The lost treasure of Dollar Bay


A warm bright day in early summer is perfect for the long walk.  1,612 more words

Wexford Coastal Path

A New Country

We have been without internet for a couple of days so I will try and and rewind to fill you in on what we have been doing. 224 more words


Brewtripping New Ross: Bulwark Cider

This is an article I honestly never expected to write for Brewtrippers.

New Ross, Nova Scotia is my hometown. My family was one of the original settlers in 1816, so we have deep roots in the province, the county and the town. 1,312 more words


1798 – United Irishmen Rebellion: Execution of John Kelly, also known as 'Kelly the Boy from Killanne'.

John Kelly lived in Killanne in the parish of Rathnure and was a leader who fought in the United Irishmen Rebellion of 1798.

While Kelly was obviously well-known to rebels and loyalists alike during the short duration of the Wexford rising, almost nothing is known of him outside this time. 240 more words

Irish History

Day 19: Climbing a Mountain! {Video}

June 13, 2016

Mountains. They’re beautiful. They’re majestic. They’re everywhere.

Mount Leinster was our mountain of choice today.

But first, we took a stop at the Ireland National Heritage Park. 897 more words