Date(s) - 25/10/2019
The launch night for the Journal is a major community event in the annual parish calendar. The 2019 Journal will be launched on Friday 25 October by Brendan Ryan in the Parochial Hall, Boherlahan, at 8.30pm.
Come along and enjoy the friendship, hospitality and significance of the occasion.
The cost of the Journal is €10; don’t be without one in the family home.
As a parish we are fortunate to have reliable, dedicated contributors of articles and photographs who guarantee an annual production of a unique publication. This mammoth task ensures the recording of our culture, history and heritage for future generations.
Articles: The Nodstown Proclamation, 23 February 1919; Attacks on the mail coach along the Bog Road; Ballydine: its people and farm structures; The story of three more participants in the Great War; The Smith-Barry Cashel Estate: Boycotting – a double edged sword and the Parnellite divorce scandal; Suir Rapparees, 1911-14; Camus Police Barracks; Locating the stone from the Rock of Cashel in St Bernard’s Church, Watertown, Wisconsin, USA; A leisurely walk along the banks of the River Suir; Memories of a nineteen fifties altar boy; Remembering families up the Hilly Road – Garranmore etc; Nineteenth century tithes in Gaile parish; The murder of Edmund Murphy, Grangemore, at Ballinamona House on 14 May 1826; Moira and Aileen Phillips of Gaile House; The clearance in Thurlesbeg, 1844-56; Ancestral research links local families to the Áras; Misfortune strikes a survivor of the Great War: John Walsh’s story; Of parades and patriotism: Security, nationally and locally, 1940-45; Childhood memories of growing up in Gooldscross; The twilight years of Michael and Nancy Maher along with extant valuable letters; The gradual radicalisation of Boherlahan-Dualla, 1917; The unsolved location of the retrenched lands of Ardmayle.