Having reached the Square the children from Presentation N.S. Millstreet then proceeded past the National Monument and down Minor [read more …] “Easter Bonnet Parade – Part 3”
Brendan Kiely was born and raised in the Town of Millstreet and near the Town of Millstreet Brendan died
Where he had lived with his wife and family one well liked and known far from his Hometown and countryside
One well known in Duhallow sporting circles in his younger years he played gaelic football
He won many friends in his role as a school-teacher and he left good memories of him to recall
He was not old near the three score and ten years though his physical prime one might say was long gone
But with death everyone must keep their appointment and good memories of him surely will live on
In all of those lucky enough to have known him in Millstreet his was a familiar face
The old Town for his passing will be poorer since none quite like him for to take his place [read more …] “Brendan Kiely”
Millstreet Vintage and Family Fun Day promise an exciting afternoon at the third annual staging on the grounds of K&L in Mountleader on Easter Sunday.
The vibrant Millstreet Vintage Club are masterminding the event and promise to bring together the very best in vintage, exhibitions and demonstrations, novelty acts, musical entertainment and trade stands to ensure that [read more …] “Millstreet Vintage Rally”
As we move in to this Easter season the Methodist community would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Happy Easter. As well as chocolate and flowers may we all realize the incredible message of this time of year. The good news is that God is love and that God loves us so much that he came and lived amongst us and then, in Jesus, gave his life on our behalf. He died so that we might live. Then he conquered death and is alive now waiting for each one of us to respond to him personally. This Easter time let’s make it personal by realizing that although Jesus died for all the world that means he died for you personally and me personally and is waiting for us to respond by placing our trust in him and asking him to be our personal friend and saviour.
The Methodist Church in Killarney the [read more …] “April Methodist Update”
Hello, i live in Australia and I am researching the life of Dr Barry Cotter who was the first doctor in Melbourne. He was born at Flintfield House around 1807. I wonder if anyone in Millstreet can advise me of where I may be able to obtain further information about him.
Thanks from Moira McAlister <email>
An aunt of Barry Cotter? Rickard Deasy (b c1766 – d30 Aug 1853) founder of a brewery in Clonakilty with a Mr Stewart, father of Rev, Henry Stewart. Married Mary Anne Cotter (b1779, d 29 Mar 1853) of Flintfield Millstreet on 8 Sep 1802. Moved to Jersey in about 1837-1840 owing to financial difficulty, where he died in 1853.