My great-grandparents were Denis Connors born about 1819 and Ellen Sheehan born about 1835. Most of their children were born in Millstreet, Cork. Children: Abagail b 1865, Ellen 1867, Katherine b 1869, Bridget b. 1870, Timothy b 1871 (my grandfather), Elizabeth b 1873, Nellie b 1875, Ty b 1879, Daniel b. 1881 and Cornelius b. 1877. Timothy moved to Boston, MA and married Ellen J. Nellie Regan in 1899. I would appreciate any information you might have.
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The death has occurred of Gerald BOURKE of Donoure, Kilcorney, Cork.
BOURKE (Kilcroney): On February 17, 2013, unexpectedly, but peacefully, at his home, Donoure, Gerald, beloved husband of Norma (nee Breen) and loving father of Garrett, Ciara, Kenneth and Geraldine and dear brother of John, Sheila, Patrick, Noreen, Joan and Mairead. Sadly missed but lovingly remembered by his loving wife, family, grandchildren Holly and Ella, daughter-in-law Liz, Ciara’s fiancee Richard, Orla, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and a large circle of friends.
Reposing at McCarthys Funeral Home, Banteer on Wednesday from 6.30 p.m.followed by removal – at 8.30 p.m. to St.Nicholas Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Thursday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining Cemetery.
Funeral arrangements later. Enquiries to McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer. 029-56044. May He Rest in Peace.
Highlights from Canadian TV coverage of Millstreet International Horse Show 1991. George Morris, Mark Todd, David Broome, Eddie Macken, Gerry Mullins give their thoughts on the show and Dermot Forde and Tommy Brennan discuss the situation surrounding the breeding of Irish horses.
MillstreetHorseShow.ie has a Memories Page where they have arena and show photos & videos from the last 30 years. It’s well worth a look if you have a little spare time.
The MillstreetShow Channel on YouTube has 15 odd videos looking back at shows from 1980s and 1990s.