Dia is mhuire diobh go leir a cairde and welcome.
The new monthly magazine entitled Duhallow Today, has been very well received. It looks bright and cheerful, and it provides a new means of information about all the goods and services that are available in the North Cork region plus lots of news. Next issue is due out at the start of May.
Many people are without Internet and WiFi since the weekend and the dreadful weather on Sunday did nothing to ease the situation. Countless events and fixtures had to deferred or cancelled leading to a lot of disappointment.
But a few die-hards did succeed in sticking to their program. A 1916 Memorial Commeration event went ahead in Millstreet on Sunday as planned. Starting with Mass in our parish church at 2.30 pm. Our Community Singers, took part, with solos sung As Gaelige by Diarmuid Kelleher and Kathleen Philpot .
In torrential rain and high winds the parade then proceeded through the town and following a brief stop at the Monument the followers retired to the function room at the Wallis Arms Hotel where they continued with their planned program.
Millstreet Tidy Town Association in conjunction with Cork County Council are delighted to announce, Team Millstreet Clean-Up, on Saturday 16th April 2016 from 10am to 1pm. For those who wish we will be meeting in The Square, Millstreet. It is a great opportunity for all to our town beautiful. All details are available on http://www.millstreettidytown.ie/
[read more …] “Eily’s update – 12th April”
Update (April 12th): the schedule has been added below:
Keep up with all that’s happening at the Millstreet Comhaltas Branch page
Michelle has also published the Schedule for the day.
The bunch of Keys which was found at the weekend in the Car Park of Tubrid Holy Well, Millstreet was reclaimed today. (S.R.)
Mike Murphy, DJ Supreme will be broadcasting tonight in our usual “Radio Treasures” time slot of 9.30 to 11.00 pm. Many thanks to Mike whose own Radio Programme is wonderfully popular. “Radio Treasures” will be back again next Tuesday 19th April at its usual time on www.corkmusicstation.com (S.R.)
Below is a list of the graveyards in the Millstreet area that have been indexed, with links to where they have bee published online.
We have never seen the cemetery registers, so does anyone know where they might be?
— Historic Graves (605)
— Find A Grave – New Section (915)
— Find A Grave – Old Section (168)
— Find A Grave – Sisters of the Infant Jesus (168)
St. Patrick’s Cemetery (Millstreet Church Graveyard):
— Historic Graves (375)
— Find A Grave (124)
St. Anna’s Church Graveyard (Protestant):
— Historic Graves (30)
— Find A Grave (25)
St.Mary’s Graveyard: (approx 1969-)
— Find A Grave (301)
The Keel (Union Workhouse Graveyard):
— Find A Grave (5)
Kilcorney New Cemetery (St. Nicholas’ Church Graveyard):
— Find A Grave (2)
— Find a Grave – St.Nicholas (1)
Kilcorney Old Cemetery:
— Historic Graves (123)
— Find A Grave (283)
Cullen Old Cemetery:
— Historic Graves (251)
Dromtarriffe Old Cemetery:
— Find a Grave (47)