My great grand mother Catherine Dennehy was from Carriganima, and married James Kelleher of Toames East Macroom. She was born in 1852 and died 1925.
Would any of her relations be still living in the Carriganima area? I would love to make contact.
Ned O’Connor Co.Clare <email>
The death has occurred on Wednesday, May 01, 2013 of Con Lane of Cahirdowney, Millstreet. Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on Thursday from 6pm with removal at 8pm to Millstreet Church. Requiem Mass on Friday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Contact Tarrant Undertakers, Millstreet on 029-78015.
The death has occurred of Nancy Murphy, (née Horgan) of ‘Gurraneacarney’, Carriganima, Cork
MURPHY (Carriganima): On April 11, 2013, peacefully, at her residence ‘Gurraneacarney’ Nancy (nee Horgan, Kilgarvan) beloved wife of the late Paddy and dearly loved mother of Denis, Noreen, Mary, Stephen and Anne. Deeply regretted by her loving family, brother Jerh, sister Eileen, sons-in-law Jerry, Joe and Billy, daughters-in-law Trish and Catriona, sisters-in-law, brother-in-law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
Reposing at Tarrant’s Funeral Home, Millstreet on this Friday evening from 5pm to 8pm followed by removal to Carriganima Church. Requiem Mass tomorrow, Saturday, at 2pm. Burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Millstreet.
May She Rest in Peace
The annual event was very well coordinated with excellent sound, magnificent live music outdoors by Danny Creedon and indoors at The Pub by Jerry McCarthy and “Autumn Gold” . Even “Katie Taylor” was present as was a Star from last evening’s RTÉ News! We hope you will enjoy our selection of over 180 pictures of a truly continue reading…
St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place in Carriganima at 3pm on Monday, 18th March 2013 led by Millstreet Pipe Band. This will be followed by music in The Pub by the very popular Jerry McCarthy and “Autumn Gold”. And at The Pub this Saturday night the music is by the also very popular “Back on Track”. (S.R.)
The death has occurred on Saturday, March 02, 2013 of Con (Connie) Roche of Kilmurry, and formerly of Carriganima. Reposing at his residence this Monday evening from 6pm. Removal to St. Mary’s Church, Kilmurry at 8pm. Requiem Mass tomorrow, Tuesday, at 12 noon with burial afterwards in St. Finbarr’s Cemetery, Kilmurry.
A very useful and important First Aid Course will be given over two Wednesdays in February 2013 – 13th and 20th at The Pub in Carriganima – three hours each night. Just a few places still left. Full details from Seán Murphy. (S.R.)
Update (31st Jan): Booked out!!
As Ireland’s leading comedy mime act, they have been working the Cabaret, Festival, Wedding and Corporate scene for the last decade and have had the audiences rolling in the aisles, with never a dry eye left in the house where they have performed.
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Santa Claus came to The Pub in Carriganima on Sunday Dec 23rd and made his entrance on a Pony and Trap.
LTV 2 were there with Sean Murphy on Camera and Sean Radley and Jerry O`Riordan of LTV2 as well to meet the Great Man himself.
Santa is scheduled to visit Carriganima on Sunday, 23rd December 2012 at approximately 2.30 pm.
The much anticipated Christmas Draw is to take place at 10.30 pm also on Sunday at the Pub in Carriganima with superb music by Danny Creedon & Jerry McCarthy.
Danny Golden appears at the Pub on Wednesday, 26th December.
On Friday, 28th December – back by popular demand – “Spailpín”.
And on Saturday, 29th December – a Show not to be missed – the renowned and hugely popular “Madcaps” with lots of music and splendid comedy.
We wish all our Friends in Carriganima and surrounding areas every blessing at Christmas and throughout a Bright 2013!
A feature on the recent Tractor Build in aid of Suicide Aware which recently took place in the Pub at Carriganima will follow shortly. (S.R.)
This is the outdoor Tractor Build event which took place in April 2012 at the K&L Complex in Millstreet. On next Sunday, 16th Dec. at 3.30 p.m. the Tractor Build project will take place INSIDE the Pub in Carriganima by the Broomhill Vintage Group (Coachford) in aid of Suicide Aware. Great credit is due to Seán and Matthew for organising this very important and quite unique event. All are very welcome.(S.R.)
At “The Pub” in Carriganima on this Sunday night (28th Oct.) from 10.30 the Annual Halloween Fancy Dress Event will be held. We can imagine the colourful style that will be in evidence on the night judging by the magnificent atmosphere at the recent Wallis Arms Fancy Dress occasion! (S.R.)
As the Olympics in London 2012 come to a close, we remember Carriganima man Con Walsh (competing for Canada) who came third in the 1908 Olympics Hammer Throw, as a number of Irish emigrants to America “ran rings around the athletes of the British Empire in London”:
Con Walsh, Carriganima was born in April 1881. He was selected to represent Canada in the hammer event at the 1908 London Olympic games where he won a bronze medal with a throw of 159ft 11 ins.
At Macroom sports on July 31st 1900 he tested his first success in the athletics arena. It was the first of more than six hundred victories in his career. In 1903 Walsh was first emerging as a formidable weight thrower. In the same year he was captain of continue reading…
Coinciding with the exciting International Horse Show Weekend a wonderful weekend of great music will take place at the Pub in Carriganima – with some of the entertainment taking place outdoors weather permitting.
Saturday, 11th August from 10.30 p.m. : Johnny Bremner – Hugely popular Scottish Singer/Musician.
Sunday, 12th August: “Back on Track” 4.00 – 6.00 p.m.
”Spailpín” 7.00 – 9.00 p.m.
Two marvellously entertaining Groups
A Mighty Atmosphere Assured!