By Paul Greaney The majority of the principal sources for Irish genealogy have been appearing as online databases over the past ten years or so, and it is now possible to conduct much, if not most, genealogical research from the
By Br. Conal Thomas From some preliminary meetings held during the winter months of 1995, our Society was formally established in 1996 to compile, correlate and disseminate information pertinent to the many facets of Heritage in our locality. This would
By David L. Cavanagh The first of our Cavanagh family to arrive in New Zealand was William Cavanagh; he landed at Port Chalmers, Otago, on the ‘Gill Blas’ in 1856 and came from Melbourne, Australia. How he got to Melbourne
By Peter Newell An element of local Annaghdown history which has receded into the dim and distant past is the fact that the area once had a thriving brick industry. The perimeters of various bogs in the area contained a
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