The very last juvenile table quiz of the school year on Tues June 21st in Cullen Cummunity Centre to raise funds for Féile. Teams welcome from all Schools. Team of 4, €20. Trophies for 2 categories 3rd /4th and 5th /6th, for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Shop on the night, free raffle for cinema tickets on the night.
We also have a clothes collection drop off on the night, want to make room for the summer collection!!! We can take clothes, pairs of shoes, runners, belts, handbags, toys, and mobile phones.
All donations would be much appreciated. Please call Catherine on 083 3498778 for any further info. Thanks very much in advance for the support.
Our annual Summer Camp will be held on Tues Aug 2nd to Fri Aug 5th from 10am to 2pm for girls from u6 upwards, this fun camp will be attended by Senior Cork Footballers on each day ,
Good luck to our u14s in Féile Peil on the weekend June 24th. 25th and 26th .We welcome Balymurn / Crossabeg from Wexford to our Club.
The unexpected death has occurred at Millstreet Community Hospital on 3rd May, 2016 of Richard McAuliffe, Umeraboy, Knocknagree, Cork. Richard (Richie), dear husband of the late Kathleen (nee O’Connor) Loving father of Mary and much adored granddad of Caitlin. Deeply mourned by his daughter, granddaughter, relatives, neighbours and many friends. May he rest in Peace.
Reposing at O’Leary Funeral Parlour, Knocknagree on Thursday from 6pm to 8pm followed by removal to Christ the King Church, Knocknagree. Requiem Mass on Friday at 12 noon, burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to Millstreet Community Hospital.
LTV2 Millstreet Programme 275 is now Online, we hope you enjoy our latest Programme.
The death has occurred of Sheila BREEN (née O’Leary), Knocknagree, Cork.
On 11th January, 2016, peacefully, in the wonderful care of Millstreet Community Hospital, Beloved wife of the late Paddy and dear mother of Tom, John, Marian, Kay (Cremin), Gabrielle (Fenney) and Eileen (Monk). Deeply regretted by her loving family, daughter-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchild, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Reposing at O’Leary Funeral Parlour, Knocknagree on Wednesday from 6.30pm to 8pm followed by removal to Christ the King Church, Knocknagree. Requiem Mass on Thursday at 12 noon, burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Knocknagree Ladies Football Club
in Cullen Community Hall
this Sun Nov 8th at 3pm
Books €15, €10, and €5.
Jackpot Sheet €2. Shop and Raffle on the day
Please support if u can. Promises to be a fun afternoon for all the family.
I am researching my Irish heritage and from census records I am aware my great great great Grandfather Michael Mahoney (Mahony, as seen spelt this way in some websites) lived his last days with his daughter Kate O’Keefe and son-in-law Michael at House #5 Shanbally, Knocknagree. He died in 1901.
On 19th Feb 1846 Michael married Catherine Brosnahan at Rathmore with Nohaval and Kilcummin. I am trying to establish which church they were actually married in and whether that church still exists. I assume they lived in the immediate area all their married lives.
I am also trying to discover where they are buried. I am not sure in what year Catherine who may also have been known as Kate died but I assume it was before Michael in 1901.
I am aware they had at least one child, Daniel, who moved to New Zealand in the late 1870’s. Daniel was my great great Grandfather.
Any help would be most appreciated.
Grahame Benvie <<email>>
LTV2 Millstreet Milestone 250th Programme is now online, in this Historic Programme we take a look at some Highlights from the past 10 Years of Broadcasting since we were formed as a Group, some of the items featured in this Programme includes an Interview with Maureen O`Hara, a look back at the Westlife Concert held in Green Glens back in 2006, we have some music from Knocknagree and Cullen, some Cork 20 action from 2005,we take a look at the FICC Rally held in Millstreet back in 2007 along with other memories as well.
The LTV2 Millstreet Crew would like to thank the support we have got over the past 10 years and are glad to have brought Entertainment to many people in that time and hopefully we can continue this for many years to come, Happy Viewing.
Any business who could sponsor a Line or Full House , please call Catherine on 083 3498778 , we would very much appreciate the support.
Everyone is welcome to come along on the day: Double book €15, Single Book €10, and Half Book €5. Shop and Raffle on the day. Please support if you can. (from Knocknagree Ladies Football Club)
Leading St.Anthony’s High School “up the Avenue” on St.Patricks Day March 17th, 2012 is Donal Buckley, Athletic Director of St. Anthony’s High School (New York), and grandson of Michael and Hanorah (Horan, Rathmore) Buckley, Park, Knocknagree. Even though we’re on the other side of “the pond,” our Irish heritage lives on! [with thanks to Mairin Fogarty (<email>)]
The death has occurred of Mella O’Leary (neé Murphy) of Knocknagree & Christy O’Leary (Plant Hire Ltd. Passed away peacefully on Saturday 21st April. Reposing at O’Leary’s Funeral Parlour, Knocknagree on Saturday from 5.30pm – 8pm. Removal on Sunday at 8 pm to Christ The King Church, Knocknagree. Requiem Mass on Monday at 12 noon followed by burial in the adjoining Cemetery. … continue reading the full article “Death Notice: Mella O’Leary, Knocknagree”
Dear Friends, I’m a historian from Wellington, NZ, commissioned to write a biography of Daniel Long, who was head of the Public Service Association, this country’s largest public sector union, from 1960 until his death in 1976.
Both of Dan Long’s parents migrated from Cork just after World War One, and this message is an attempt to find out something of their early life in Ireland. Their names were Timothy Long and Catherine Mary Hickey until their marriage in about 1919.
I have found their family’s forms in the 1911 online census data. These tell me that they both lived in a townland called Scrahan in northern Cork, near a larger village called Knocknagree. Both came from farming backgrounds and had minimal formal education. Both families were Catholic.
I am hoping that your society can put me in touch with information on social conditions in the Knocknagree region around WW1. Even if this information doesn’t deal with the families specifically, a general idea of the place and times they lived in would be very valuable.