Written in English
|Statement||by William Callinan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
Clare was badly scarred by the Great Irish Famine of the mid nineteenth century. In a devastating ten year period, alm people died of famine and disease, 40, of these in the workhouses, with the local Ennistymon workhouse being amongst the most notorious. Another temporary workhouse was opened in Kilnaboy National School: Ennis Co Clare ( ) Boys: 42 Girls: Inch National School: Ennis Co Clare ( ) Boys: 44 Girls: Kilmaley National School: Ennis Co Clare ( ) Boys: 44 Girls: Doolin Mixed National School: Ennis Co Clare ( ) Boys: 55 Girls: Scoil Na Maighdine Mhuire Coat of Arms Map of Clare View County Clare Sign Lough Derg View Landscape, Co. Clare by George Campbell Stormy Coast, Co. Clare by Nathaniel Hone National School registers and roll books. The National Archives has accessioned a small number of registers and roll books from individual schools. The registers are a particularly valuable source of information, giving details of the pupils' home addresses, parents' occupations and an account of pupils' academic progress and attendance record.
By Seán Spellissy. A combined history and business directory for Ennis and Clarecastle. Published by The Book Gallery, 68 Parnell Street, Ennis, Co. Clare. Families of County Clare. Volume III of the Book of Irish Families, great & small. By Michael C. O'Laughlin, Clare Genealogy & Family History Co. Clare. Journals: Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead, Ireland (Boys) School Register, (Girls) School Register, Kilfenora National School Register of Infants in Bansha National School (Girls) School Register, Kinturk National Kilfenora Timeline. likes 6 talking about this. Kilfenora Timeline traces the history of the village and surrounding area, from the establishment of a monastic settlement in the 6th century, Burren National Park. The Burren National Park is located in the southeastern corner of the Burren and is approximately hectares in size. The word "Burren" comes from an Irish word "Boíreann" meaning a
Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland Holdings include Poor Law Records, Maps, Newspapers, etc.. and an excellent online resource. email: [email protected] New Web page: MS (for information about families in Clare, in the National Library Dublin.) ***** Coming Up Later in this episode. The Father Ted Festival in Kilfenora ?p= New material added to History of Clare Tennis, Badminton and Squash Clubs in Co Clare donated by Ger Browne 1st October Westby Estate maps of and 30th September Children's Book Festival 18th September Education in Clare by Joe Power. Ireland in olden times was known as the land of saints and scholars. Whatever about saints, Co. Clare has produced more than its fair share of scholars and Clare has been prominent in many educational Kilfenora is also called "City of the Crosses", a reference to the High Crosses within or near the precincts of the cathedral. Visit The Burren Centre a visitor information centre with exhibitions, tea rooms and gifts. Kilfenora is famous for its music with annual festival in April and plenty of sessions throughout the ://