List of schools and items where this name is mentioned

Stories

  1. (no title)

    My great grandfather made pikes for the United Irishmen in 1798 and his sons again forged the pikes for the men of '67.

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    English
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    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  2. (no title)

    Mrs Mary O Brien often told me when she was a little girl she went with her father to Ballagh to witness a man named Keogh being hanged.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  3. (no title)

    I was also told the story of the movements of the McCormack brothers who were executed in Nenagh Jail on May 11th 1858 by a cousin of my mothers = Jack Ryan, Carhue, who at that time was undergoing a term of 6 months imprisonment for asaulting the police.

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    English
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    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  4. (no title)

    My Grandmother often told me that during the terrible famine of '48 when the potato crop failed, and people were starving in thousands, her family at home in Drombane had a very good crop of turnips.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  5. (no title)

    When the young Ireland movement was at its height and its leaders chased like foxes through the country.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  6. (no title)

    In his book the "O' Dwyer's of Kilnamanagh" by Sir Michael O Dwyer, Mr McCarthy of the National Museum, in a foot note states that Seán O Duibhhir was born at Glenahabline or Thory.

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    English
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    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  7. (no title)

    Eamon O' Ryan known in song and story as Eamonn a Cnuic was born in the townsland of Knocneahill, Upperchurch.

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    English
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    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  8. (no title)

    At the eastern end of Rossmore parish stand Marlow House, the residence of Mr. R. L. Penefeather a Protestant landowner.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  9. (no title)

    At the famous bye elections in Co. Tipperary in the early 70's when O' Donovan Rossa and John Mitchell were elected for the British Parliament which they refused to enter, the people of Rossmore voted to a man for those two great patriots.

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    English
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    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  10. (no title)

    When my father R.I.P. was a boy of twelve years he was sent by his father to Drombane on the memorable 5th of March 1867.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  11. (no title)

    Long before railways were heard of emigrants were driven by "Common Car" to Cork city.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  12. (no title)

    After the release from Portland Prison in the "seventy's" of Michael Devett he received a wonderful reception from the people everywhere.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir
  13. (no title)

    It is now over 100 years since a young man named O' Donnell stood at the Cross of Clune one beautiful morning in May.

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    English
    Informant
    Diarmuid Ó Duibhir