Pupils from Kilchreest National School, Co Galway, photographed about 1947. Back row, left to right: Maureen Lally, Maura Stewart, Mary Frances Callanan, Pauline Carty, Carmel Fahy, Maureen Smith, Phil & Eileen Haverty, Beanie Carty, Biddy Howley and Ann Glynn; Fifth row: Miko Buckley, Bridie Fallon, Nora Hanlon, Mary Fallon, Mai Burke, Maura Connaughton, Bridie Cormican, Sadie Kelly, Mikie Connaughton and Paddy Carty; Fourth row: Bridie Sheil, Una Finnerty, Claire Doyle, Freida Hanlon, Teresa Murray, Phil Carty, Polly Connaughton, Marie Haverty, Angela Kelly, Mary Sheehan, Mary McLoughlin and Teresa Cormican; Third row: Paddy Roland, Eileen Carty, Breda Murray, Mary Ryan, Margaret Coye, Mary Larkin, Bridie Haverty, Tessie Hanlon, Bridget Coye, Dermot Doyle, Flan Doyle, Paddy Carty, Peter Sheehan and Brendan Hawkins; Second row: Seán Sheehan, Eugene Kelly, Tomsy Finnerty, Seán Hawkins, Jimmy Burke, Kevin McLoughlin, Thomas Burke, John Headd, Seamus Coye, Joseph McLoughlin, Liam Smith, Tommy Hanlon and Patrick Cunningham; Front row: Joe Callanan, Paddy Ryan, John Larkin, Michael Coye, Seán Stewart, Willie Joe Carty, Michael Carty, Brendan Callanan, Donal Ryan, Frankie Stewart, Paddy Finnerty, Bernard Larkin, Tommy Kiggins and Paddy Stewart.

Galway In Days Gone By – Threatening the Davenports

1914 Threatening the Davenports At the City Petty Sessions, Sergt. McMullen summoned Pat King for having on the night of June 25 come out behind the Misses Davenports place at Rockhill at 10.40 and called the...
Taking part in the music section of St Joseph's Youth Club (Shantalla area) talent competitions in the local Community Centre in 1980 were Caroline Casserley and Annette Martyn of Corrib Park; Maria Casserley, Davis Road; Louise O'Connell, Ardilaun Road and Linda Donnellan, Corrib Park.

Galway In Days Gone By

1914 Ireland’s soldiers Monday’s demonstration at Athenry, Galway when the massed Volunteer Corps of the county were reviewed by Col. Moore, was one of the most remarkable ever seen in the West of Ireland, and it...
Comm Games teams 14 June 1980 1

Galway In Days Gone By

1914 Home Rule celebrations At Headford Petty Sessions, Galway, Mr. Michael Doherty, licensed publican, was prosecuted for a breach of the Licensing Act. Constable Quirke stated that on the 28th May he entered the licensed premises and...
Romping home: Dirty Dick with Reginald Concannon up winning the Salthill Fiesta Donkey Derby raced at St Joseph's School, Salthill, in June 1977.

Galway In Days Gone By

1914 Reprehensible Tuam assault At Tuam Petty Sessions, Mr. Comerford, D.I., summoned Wm. Jordan, Barrack-street, for assaulting John Ruane, Galway road, Tuam. Constable Colleran deposed that on June 11th he was on duty at half-past two at...
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Galway in days gone by

1914 Man under train A the Galway City Petty Sessions, the M.G.W.R. Co. prosecuted Michael Hynes, Moycullen, for wilful trespass on the permanent way on the 18th April last. An engine driver named Kidney, deposed that on...
Tonabrucky, Rahoon, Galway,

Galway In Days Gone By

1914 Home rule meeting An historic demonstration in pursuance of the Home Rule campaign was held at Glenamaddy, Galway on Sunday. The attendance was very large, and the enthusiasm displayed was of a very impressive character,...


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