Aubane Historical Society

Aubane:Where In The World Is It?Aubane Historical Society which is run by Jack Lane and publishes historical books on a regular basis, have revamped their website Also, they have made available seventeen older publications on the site for FREE. Links to all these publications are given below:

A Millstreet Medley, A Millstreet Miscellany, Aubane: Where In The World Is It?, Evidence To The Parnell Commission, Millstreet—The Cockpit Of Ireland, Notes On The History Of Millstreet, A Millstreet Miscellany, All The Owners Of Land In Cork In 1872, Local Evidence To The Devon Commission, Millstreet—A “Considerable” Town, The Origin & Development Of The Parish Of Millstreet by Fr. Seán Tucker, Why Millstreet’s History Needs To Be Written, Aubane Versus Oxford, The ‘Boys’ Of The Millstreet Battalion Area, The Burning Of Cork: an eyewitness account by Alan J. Ellis, Aubane School And Its Roll Books, 1913 – 74.

7 thoughts on “Aubane Historical Society”

  1. Hi

    Diarmuid here just wondering could I please get contact details of anybody in the millstreet area who has an interest in the Revolutionary period in Ireland from 1913 – 1923

    Many Thanks

    Diarmuid O’Callaghan

  2. Hello,

    I am trying to source a book from the Aubane Historical Society. I have checked the website without sucess. Do you have contact details for them? The book I’m looking for is From Cologne to Ballinlough by Hubert Remmell published in 2009


    Admin’s note: The book is available for purchase through Athol Books. Purchase details are on the Athol Books website here:

    (note: you have to scroll down the page quite a bit to find it)

    “From Cologne To Ballinlough” by Herbert Remmel – A German and Irish boyhood in World War II and post war years, 1946 – 49. published by Aubane Historical Society (2009) through Athol Books.

  3. Hello,
    I am researching my ancestry and my great-grandfather and great-grandmother were born in Millstreet their names were William Dennehy (Danahy?) and Hannah Buckley and they left Ireland in the 1870s. I would love to learn more about their homeland and what drove them to emigrate.
    I hope this is not too much trouble.
    Maggie Murphy

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