Day: January 23, 2019
Presentation to Newly Formed Millstreet Bowling Club
TR Dallas appearing at The Pub in Carriganima on this coming Friday Night Jan 25th
The Legendary TR Dallas is making a welcome Return to the Pub in Carriganima on this coming Friday Night Jan 25th,we look forward to a great Night Out with this Singing Legend so do keep this Friday Jan 25th marked up in your Diary,should be a good One.
Reminder of your invitation to a Free Seminar
Millstreet Community Council AGM
Millstreet Community Council AGM
will take place on the 12th February at 8pm
in the Wallis Arms Hotel.
New members welcome to attend on the night and join our Community Council
Childminder available Monday-Friday
Childminder available Monday-Friday,
Millstreet area, years of experience,
non smoker, full license driver,
Lest We Forget (2)
LEST WE FORGET (2)
Continuing the series to commemorate centenary events of 1919 with the help of the First Dail’s newspaper, the Irish Bulletin. The Bulletin reported that from May 1916 to January 1919 the Crown Forces had carried out the following actions: 51 murders, 2,064 deportations, 99 assaults on civilians, 713 raids on houses, 4,785 arrests, 1,460 sentences, 51 proclamations and suppressions of meetings, fairs, markets etc., 28 newspapers suppressed and 322 court-martials. And of course these were for reported actions and not therefore complete. The following lists are samples of the weekly actions for the first weeks of May and June 1919.
Detailed list of the Acts of Aggression committed against the Irish people by the British military forces in Ireland during the short period of the visit of the Irish-American Peace Delegation, which extended from
May 2nd to May 12th, 1919
N.B. In order not to disclose the real methods by which Ireland is held in subjection the English commanders in Ireland held their forces in some restraint during the period mentioned. The following list, therefore, though it may surprise foreign peoples is not fully indicative of the tyranny which is practised from day to day upon the people of Ireland. [read more …] “Lest We Forget (2)”
Millstreet Credit Union
Due to our AGM being held in the Hibernian Hotel next Monday night 28th January, 2019 at 8.00pm, the Millstreet Credit Union office will not open on Monday night. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
A free bus is being organised to take members to the AGM at 7.00pm from the Square in Millstreet. Please book a place on the bus by contacting the credit union at <email@example.com>, on 029-70764 or with one of our staff at the counter. We request that you book your place on the bus by lunchtime on Friday 25th January, 2019.
Donnelly/Herlihy/Lehane Clan of Ballydaly
Wondering if there is anyone who is interested in mid 1800s family connections to the Donnellys of Caherbarnagh? John and Michael were sons of Daniel and Mary. John was born late 1820s, Johanna, b. 1832, and Michael, abt. 1835. The three went off to America, settling in the State of Vermont. I am descended from John.
Their siblings included Mary, Jeremiah, Dermot and Honora. Honora married John Lehane and lived nearby in Knocknaloman. I know two of those who remained in Ireland were still living in 1917, when Michael passed. Just wondering if there are any Lehanes in that area, these days?
I also have a question about a Mary Herlihy, who died in Millstreet in 1902. Would she have died as a Herlihy, if she had married Daniel Donnelly? She is found in the Lehane household in 1901, but as a lodger, not mother-in-law. Any pointers to folks in the area who might connect to this line would be very much appreciated
— Jared Handspicker, New Hampshire <email>
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