Tuam Herald 1st January, 1848 p.2 It is today our melancholy duty to record the deaths of four of our medical friends, who, within a few days, have been sacrificed to fever, with which they were afflicted during the discharge of their professional duties:- On the 23rd inst. Doctor George Seymour, Surgeon to the Kilconnell … Continue reading
New York Tribune 15th June, 1900 p9 Bridget Coughrey from Clifden County Galway landed here yesterday with only a shilling in her pocket and for a time she had the immigration officials puzzled. She was so comely and so earnest in her endeavours to explain that there was universal sympathy for her. But she could … Continue reading
Map Showing Irish Towns and Villages Wholly or Partly Wrecked by English Forces From September 9, 1919, to March 1, 1921. INDEX TO WRECKED TOWNS AND VILLAGES.
https://widgetworld3.wordpress.com/podcasts/ The Broad Ax., March 11 1905 p 4 TAKEN AT HIS WORD Canon McAlpine recently delivered an address to Irish unemployed at Clifden, Co Galway, declaring that people would be fools to starve “so long as fat sheep were grazing on the hillside or sleek kine were browsing on the plain”. A few nights … Continue reading