Thursday, 5 January 2017

St. Joseph's Cemetery Cork

I visit St. Joseph's Cemetery on the Southside of Cork City every few months or so. I have added several family headstones. 

If anyone would like me to search and possibly photograph their ancestors headstone, EMAIL me.



WHELAN

HOOPER 

MATHEW

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Marriage details recorded in Co. Louth Baptism Registers


DUNDALK

11-07-1893,John Clarke of James St - Parents - Thomas Clarke & Alice McKenna sps. Thomas Clarke & Ellen Newbank married -Eliz Leary 09-04-1923 St Patrick's Liverpool
23-12-1894 Thomas Flinn of Seaview Terrace parents -Michael Flinn & Alice Lennon sps.Joe, McKeever & Teresa Clifford married 30- 01- 1924 St Francis Xavier's Liverpool
09-07-1898,Murphy,Thomas of Park St, parents- Murphy Patrick & Carroll Annie sps.Felix, O'Callaghan and Catherine, Carroll Married -Margaret Clancy 24-08-1940 Ch Of St Ignatius Louola New York 
Kilsaran 
08-08-1892 Doyle Vincent Patrick of Castlebellingham parents - Doyle Gerrald P  Haukins,Frances sps.John Vincent, O'Hegan & Anne M, Giltrap married - Eva Fern Damon 29-04-1927 at All Saints Church Brooklyn N Y 

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Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Lismore Co. Waterford.

Lismore is a town full of history. Situated on the River Blackwater and only 65kms from Waterford City and 60kms from Cork City.

For the researcher, you can visit Lismore Castle, St. Carthage's Cathedral, various graveyards, and various parishes nearby. Lismore Workhouse 1838 - 1923 isn't accessible though it's worth stopping if passing by.

I've added two photographs that I took recently.



                                  Lismore Workhouse   


                                  
Memorial to James O'Brien transported to Van Diemen's Land, Australia. 

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Monday, 28 November 2016

Ardee Co Louth Baptisms - TAAFFE




If you require any assistance with your Co. Louth ancestry, please EMAIL me.

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Kilcrea Abbey, Ovens, Co. Cork



 These are images of the Abbey and selected headstones that I took on 10th Nov. 2016. 


















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Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Your Irish Ancestry

Have you ever thought of your Irish heritage? There are millions of people from all over the world who claim Irish ancestry. The vast majority of whom have no idea on how to trace their family's past.

With a little information, I might be able to discover where in Ireland your family originated from.

Church, civil, court, military, travel, and land records can be found.

If you're interested in your family's history, send me an EMAIL -  I will then send you a sample record of one of the above.

Surprise your family and friends with your discoveries.  




Monday, 3 October 2016

St. Finbarr's Cemetery, Cork.

St. Finbarr's Cemetery is situated on the Glasheen Road, Cork.

I have collected a large amount of photographs from St. Finbarr's. I add to the collection every couple of months.

The following photographs are from the Republican Plot. The plot is situated to the right as you enter the cemetery. Memorials are included, some members recorded are buried at their local graveyard.

One of the most well-known headstones is that of Tom Barry, Commandant of the 'West Cork Flying Column' Irish Republican Army.








If you'd like me to search for a headstone at St. Finbarr's cemetery, Cork - you can email me  EMAIL

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Informative Books on old Co. Cork

Researching your Cork ancestry? Here are some suggestions on books to assist you. Also, books to give you an insight into old Co. Cork.

'Tales from Victorian Cork 1837 - 1859' by Roger Herlihy. 

Available at a quaint little bookshop in Co. Cork. Contact 




'Tracing your Cork Ancestors' A must for Cork Researchers. 



If you are interested in any book on Irish history, there is a large collection of books available. 


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Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Drogheda Family History

Are you interested in your Family History? I can help you with your Drogheda ancestry. Please ask if your ancestors are from any part of Co. Louth.

Some towns in Co. Louth go back to the 1700's.

You might be surprised who you are related to.

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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Templebreedy, Crosshaven, Co Cork - Graveyard.

Crosshaven is only a few kms. from Carrigaline. Templebreedy is situated above the town with a lovely view of Roche's Point and the entrance to Cork harbour. 

Headstones can be dated back to the 1700's.

If anyone is interested in a possible ancestor buried at the graveyard, please email me anytime.



This stone is known as 'The Darney Stone' from 1711. The name is more commonly known today as 'Dorney'.



This headstone reads - William Murphy died Nov. 1822 aged 57 years. Dan' Mahony died June 1846 aged 22 years. 



This headstone is easily read.

A wonderful short film by AKFilms on Templebreedy church can be accessed HERE