meet on Monday mornings from 10-12
at Kilcorney Social Centre
New comers more than welcome for a cup tea / coffee and a chat
O’Sullivan, Kilcorney, on April 16th 2017, peacefully at the Mercy University Hospital, Cork. Paddy (PC and Ex Dairygold Committee) Beenreigh, beloved husband of the late Margaret (nee O’Keeffe) and dear father of John, Mary, Noreen, Helen and Michael. Deeply regretted by his loving family, grandchildren Patrick, Michael, Emer, Sinead, Frankie Jo, Sarah, Julia, Sophie, Faye and Robert, sons-in-law, Mike, Frank, Jorg, daughters-in-law, Helen and Mona, sister-in-law Nancy, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Reposing in McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer, on Monday evening from 6pm, followed by removal at 8pm to St Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Funeral Mass on Tuesday at 12 noon, with burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. May He Rest in Peace.
Aubane Social Club Annual Good Friday Table Quiz will take place on Tommorrow Night Friday 14 April at 8.30 pm in Aubane Community Centre, Tables of 4 are €40.00,Under 18`s half price. Raffle also on the night. All Very Welcome.
A new DVD has been produced of the Plaque unveiling in Aubane Community Centre which took place last December to remember the 1916 Mushera Company of Irish Volunteers, the price of the DVD is 10 Euro and copies are available from Noreen Kelleher Aubane and Noreen can be contacted on 087 9486673 if you wish to purchase a Copy.
Kilcorney native John Howard has spent the last five years in South Korea. He lives, works and plays in Gwangju, a city of 1.5 million people in South West of the country. He’s interviewed this week on the Gwangju Blog as one of the “People You Should Know in Gwangju”:
Occupation…Elementary School English teacher
Hometown…Kilcorney, North County Cork, Ireland (current population 406 approx.)
Length of time in Korea…Arrived Sunday, March 4th, 2012 so MY GOD coming up on 5 years in Korea now! :-O
My hometown is famous for…having the oldest primary school in Ireland still in operation (built in 1864!) Also, Kilcorney has a higher presence of sióga/fairies than other villages in Ireland. They roam the moors at night… but I’m not supposed to talk about them…
I wish I could… Read the full interviewon the Gwangju Blog
One fine Summer’s evening when passing by Togher
I stood, and enraptured, I gazed all around.
The peaceable scenes of my long vanished childhood
No more on the slopes of this mountain I found.
The sheep and the cattle that grazed on the hillside
Recalling to memory the plains of Royal Meath
Had now disappeared and their places were taken
By men who were digging for ‘gold’ underneath.
Those bogs which for centuries lay sorely neglected
Were now utilised by each true Irishman
To make his dear Motherland more independent
Of England’s support since this cruel war began.
From town and from city they rallied to Togher
Such scenes of industry I ne’er saw before
For hundreds and thousands in shirt-sleeves were digging
And when they had done, they went looking for more.
To make the acquaintance of all those young workmen
I walked right along till I met Paddy Keeffe.
Oh, Paddy was beaming and smiling all over
And graciously told me that I had his leave
To travel, if weather and time would permit me,
The turf-covered heights of his far-flung domain
And see for myself how each workman was faring,
Find out all about him and, of course, get his name.
The death has occurred of John Horgan, Ard Mhuire, Rathmore / & Kilcorney, Cork. Formerly of South Horsemount, Kilcorney. On Feb. 18th 2017 unexpectedly at his home. John, loving husband of Geraldine and dear father of Martin and Gerard. Deeply regretted by his loving family mother Peggy, sisters Eileen, Kate, Margaret and Marian, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephew, nieces, grandnephews, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends.
Reposing at O’Keeffe’s funeral home Rathmore on this Monday evening (Feb. 20th) from 5pm to 7pm, followed by removal to St. Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Tuesday (Feb. 21st) at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
As the three Wise Men arrive in the Crib and with the marking of Women’s Little Christmas on 6th Jan. 2017 we reach the end of the Festive Season. Here we share a selection of images which illustrate how wonderfully colourful it has been. We view the School Plays, the Weddings, the decorations, the book launch, the Christmas Jumper tradition and much more. Click on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)And here we share further pictures of the Festive Season in Millstreet and Kilcorney (Nativity Play above took place in Kilcorney Church in December 2016.) … continue reading the full article “Looking Back on a Wonderfully Colourful Festive Season in Millstreet & Kilcorney”
Conlon (Kilcorney) on December 24th 2016 peacefully at Mallow General Hospital. Connie, beloved husband of the late Kate (nee Kelleher) North Horsemount and dear father of Nora (Breen) and Margaret (McCarthy). Deeply regretted by his daughters, sons-in-law John and Michael, sister Joan, sister-in-law Margaret, grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Reposing in McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer, on Monday (St. Stephen’s Day) from 5.30pm followed by removal at 7pm to St. Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Tuesday at 12 noon, followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. May he rest in peace.
Kilcorney Development Association
will hold a table quiz
in aid of
Kilcorney National School Parents’ Association
in Moll Carthy’s Bridge Bar
on Friday, November 25th at 9pm.
Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Great night assured.
AUBANE COMMUNITY TEXT ALERTS:
Macroom man Dan Lucey, who was of good family, was married and his brother was a priest. He was of violent temper and he was quarrelsome in disposition. In January 1921, he had fallen out with a few IRA Volunteers in Ballinagree, and was later seen talking to the Auxiliaries in Macroom. So he was visited by two IRA Volunteers from Donoughmore area disguised as British officers. He was asked if he had seen any of “the boys”—meaning IRA men—lately. He gave his questioners all the information he had, while unknownst to him, other men from Rusheen Company waited outside the door. He was taken prisoner on the spot, taken north of Mushera to Kilcorney, and was held prisoner for about a fortnight, during which time he was given a fair trial by the brigade staff and sentenced to death. He was shot and buried after in Kilcorney, by the Millstreet Battalion, Cork II Brigade.
LINEHAN (Kilcorney): On August 23, 2016, peacefully, in her 91st year, in the exceptional care of the staff of Bon Secours Hospital, Tralee, MARY, North Horsemount, beloved wife of the late Connie and sister of the late Bobby and Pat John O’Callaghan, and dear mother of Fr. Teddy (Tralee), Marion Buckley (Millstreet), Dolores Burke (Tralee) and Josephine (Dublin), sons-in-law Jerry and Noel, grandchildren Eimear, Niall and Diarmuid Buckley and Niall Burke, extended family, caring neighbours and lifelong friends.
Reposing at St. Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney, on tomorrow, Friday evening, from 6pm, followed by Rosary at 8pm. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. May she rest in peace.
Summer BBQ at The Pub in Carriganima this Sunday Evening starting at 7pm with Music by The Ferryman, it looks like it could be a nice Evening for it too,looking forward to seeing ye all, Everyone Welcome.
HEGARTY (Cork and Kilcorney) On June 30th, 2016 peacefully in the wonderful care of the staff of Ardsley Nursing Home, Farran, MARGARET (PEG) (nee O’Riordan), Summerstown Avenue, Wilton and formerly of Kilcorney, Co. Cork; dearly beloved wife of the late Denis Hegarty. Very deeply regretted by her loving nephews, nieces, grand-nephews, grand-nieces, relatives and friends.
Reposing at O’Connor Bros. Funeral Home, North Gate Bridge. Removal on Monday evening at 7pm to St. Joseph’s SMA Church, Wilton. Requiem Mass on Tuesday at 11am. Funeral afterwards to St. Finbarr’s Cemetery. Requiescat in pace.
DENNEHY (Glantane and Kilcorney): On June 4, 2016, peacefully, but unexpectedly at the Mercy University Hospital, Cork, MARGARET (PEG) (nee Cremin), Skarra, Glantane and formerly of Stonefield, Kilcorney, beloved wife of the late Den and dear sister of the late Connie. Deeply regretted by her nephews, Martin and John, sister-in-law Sheila, relatives and friends, especially Mary, Tony, Susan and Bryan, and all her kind neighbours.
Reposing at McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer, on tomorrow, Tuesday, from 6pm followed by removal at 8pm to St. John’s Church, Glantane. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in Kilcorney Cemetery. May she rest in peace
Murphy (Banteer), On April 2nd 2016, peacefully at her home, Mary (Bunnie), (nee Sheehan), Muingyrogeen, beloved wife of the late Denis and dear mother of Kate (McCarthy, Kanturk), Frances (O Leary, Castleisland), Conor and the late Mary Theresa. Deeply regretted by her loving family, grandchildren Moira, Aoife, Sinead, Aisling and Kieran, great-granddaughter Sorcha, sister Delia, brother, Davie, sister-in-law Sr Rosarii, daughter-in-law Sheila, sons-in-law Andy and Ned, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.
Reposing at McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer, on this Sunday evening from 4.30p.m. followed by removal at 6.00p.m to St Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney. Requiem Mass on Monday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Long time Fianna Fáil supporters, Tom Goggin, Kilcorney, and Charlie Drake, Derrinagree, appear in the header image on the Our People page on the Fianna Fáil. The photo was taken at the national convention last year.
Kilcorney Parent / Toddler Group
will be on
Monday’s from 10-12 in the Social Centre.
Pre-school children and parents / carers welcome.
SHEAHAN (Glenleigh, Kilcorney): On January 17, 2016, unexpectedly, at her residence, PEG (nee Drake), loving wife of the late Jeremiah. Deeply mourned by her loving daughter Noreen, sons John, Jerry, Dinjoe and Charlie, daughters-in-law Anna, Marie and Ann-Marie, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, sisters Phil and Marie, brothers John and Charlie, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Rosary on this Monday evening at her residence at 8pm. Reposing in St Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney on tomorrow, Tuesday, from 6pm to 8pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 1.30pm. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Tarrant, (Kilcorney), on December 31st, 2015. Peacefully, in the excellent care of the Director of Care, doctors, nurses and staff of Kanturk Community Hospital and Mallow General Hospital; Joan (nee O’Donoghue), South Horsemount, beloved wife of the late Danial, dear mother of Eddie and Mary (Ahern, Ballynoe) and sister of the late Nora (McCarthy). Deeply regretted by her loving son, daughter, grandchildren Laura, Donal and Grace, son-in-law Paddy, nephew, nieces, relatives and friends.
Reposing in McCarthy’s Funeral Home, Banteer. Rosary on Friday evening at 9pm. Reposing Saturday evening from 5pm followed by removal at 7pm to St. Fursey’s Church, Banteer. Funeral Mass on Sunday at 11.30am. Burial afterwards in Kilcorney Cemetery. May She Rest In Peace.