Boherlahan-Dualla Historical Journal 2019

The 22nd issue of the Boherlahan-Dualla Historical Journal from 2019, where you will discover new information about the parish and add to your understanding of its history, heritage and culture.

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Description

Contents:
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nThe Nodstown Proclamation, 23 February 1919: Aidan Ó Gormáin
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nThe Bog Road: A Treacherous Route Way: Paddy O’Dwyer
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nBallydine: Peter Meskell
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nThe Great War: A Long Way from Tipperary, Part Five: Tom Ryan
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n‘A Valuable Property’: The Smith-Barry Cashel Estate, Part Nineteen: Denis G. Marnane
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nSuir Rapparees, 1911 -14: Jim Meskell
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nCamus Police Barracks: Mary Taylor
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nFrom St. Patrick’s Rock of Cashel to St. Bernard’s, Watertown, Wisconsin, USA: Jim Mulligan
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nA Leisurely Walk Along the Banks of the River Suir: John G. O’Dwyer
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nMemories of a Nineteen Fifties Altar Boy: Denis Ryan
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nUp the Hilly Road: Michael Sheridan
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nNineteenth Century Tithes in Gaile Parish: John Maher
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n‘Murder Most Foul’: The Murder of Edmund Murphy at Ballinamona House on 14th May 1826: Alice McDermott
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nMoira and Aileen Philips of Gaile House: Mary Frances Darmody
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nThe Clearances in Thurlesbeg, 1844 – 56: Fergus O’Dwyer
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nA Parish Link with the Áras: Maura O’Brien
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nMisfortune Strikes a Survivor of the Great War: John Walsh’s Story: Betty Gough
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nOf Parades and Patriotism: Security, Nationally and Locally, 1940-45: Marian Ryan
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nChildhood Memories of Growing Up in Gooldscross, Part Two: John Maxwell
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nThe Twilight Years of Michael and Nancy Maher: Loreto Maher
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nThe Gradual Radicalisation of Boherlahan-Dualla, 1917, Part Two: John J. Hassett
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nThe Retrenched Lands of Ardmayle: Peter Meskell
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nA Selection of Photographs: Jim Meskell, among others.
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