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Eyrecourt Castle was originally built in the 1660s. In 1786 Wilson refers to it as "the fine seat of Lord Eyre, with ample demesnes". It is mentioned as a gentleman's seat in the Ordnance Survey Name Books in the 1830s. It was held in fee by John Eyre at the time of Griffith's Valuation when it was valued at £48. A fine lithograph of the Castle appears in the Encumbered Estates schedule when the estate was offered for sale in June 1854.

Caption: Eyrecourt Castle entrance from the town.

Birth Death Marriage Genealogy Records Ireland - Irish Family History Foundation

Birth Death Marriage Genealogy Records Ireland - Irish Family History Foundation {Ship passenger lists, hits for James Rogers)

View of Ballymacegan from Redwood Castle.

View of Ballymacegan from Redwood Castle.

Helmuts.

Arms Great War - Helmets of World War I German Trench helmet looks like a Darth Vader helmet lol

Corcorans's Field, Abbeyville, Lorrha, near Kilregane, Shesheraghmore

Corcorans's Field, Abbeyville, Lorrha, near Kilregane, Shesheraghmore

William Wright Farnsworth

Born in 11 Apr 1854 and died in 22 Apr 1927 Wheatland, Wyoming William Wright Farnsworth

St Manchan's Church  AKA St Monaghan's Church  The 10th-12th century parish church ruins stand on land given to St Manchan by St. Ciaran of Clonmacnoise in order to build a monastery here in 645AD. It is believed that the land, referred to as "the island in the bog", had been given to St Ciaran in 644 as a thank you from Diarmuid, High King of Ireland who had stopped off at Clonmacnoise to ask the monks for their prayers for his battle success.

St Manchan's Church AKA St Monaghan's Church The 10th-12th century parish church ruins stand on land given to St Manchan by St. Ciaran of Clonmacnoise in order to build a monastery here in 645AD. It is believed that the land, referred to as "the island in the bog", had been given to St Ciaran in 644 as a thank you from Diarmuid, High King of Ireland who had stopped off at Clonmacnoise to ask the monks for their prayers for his battle success.

The countries of Ely O'Carroll and Hy Carthin comprised some of the north-western portion of Ossory. The lands of the southeast were possibly the territories of the Uí Bairrche (Uí Bearchon, aka Ibercon), the Uí Dheaghaidh (O'Dea, aka Ida), and the Uí Crinn (Uí Grine, aka Igrin).

Ireland's History in Maps - Ancient Ossory, Osraige, Osraighe

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Funny pictures about If World War One was a bar fight. Oh, and cool pics about If World War One was a bar fight. Also, If World War One was a bar fight.

Carroll Surname Distribution

The Carroll surname 1901 Census. Enlarge by clicking on the

Ely O Carroll and Mag Corcoran, Over the Clan Rooney of the flowery roads, That sweet, cleared, smooth streamed country , That fair bordered, wine festive cantred, Rules Mag Corcran of the numerous tribe.

Ely O Carroll and Mag Corcoran, Over the Clan Rooney of the flowery roads, That sweet, cleared, smooth streamed country , That fair bordered, wine festive cantred, Rules Mag Corcran of the numerous tribe.

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