Date(s) - 27/10/2017
The 20th issue of the journal will be launched by Maura O’Brien in the Parochial Hall, Boherlahan, on Friday 27 October at 8.30 pm.
Come along for a wonderful night of chat, friendship and recalling memories. We congratulate the committee on another contribution to the recording of the history, events, places and people of this historic parish. The Journal is an ideal present to send to members of the family or the parish who now live in foreign lands.
Articles in this year’s journal:
“The founding of the Journal Society and its philosophy”;
“Leaving behind familiar surroundings for a life in New Zealand”;
“A unique record of births, marriages and deaths in the 18th century”;
“Recounting the families along the old N8 and neighbourhood”;
“A radical political change of outlook, post 1916”;
“Memories of growing up in Ardmayle in the 1940s and 1950s”;
“Exploring the landscape and its people in Kilballyherberry”;
“Rebuilding their lives along the Furry Hill in post-famine Ireland”;
“The post box: a unique piece of our culture and history”;
“The planning and designing of a railway line leave behind precious information on affected families”;
“The art of horse ploughing and some of the skilled people on the Synone estate”;
“Camus: Its connections to both the Catholic and Protestant denominations”;
“Paying the price for involvement in the Smith-Barry Cashel Estate”;
“Keeping the memory of the unique surname alive”;
“Dick Cantwell – an interesting and varied life, Memories of North Tipperary Fire Brigade”;
“The little Church at Gaile”;
“Fr Michael Hourigan, a former curate”;
“Nursing on the Home Front, 1st World War”;
“Murder at Ardmayle”;
“Lawrence Scanlan, 1st Bishop of Salt Lake City”.