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  • Ireland Travel 2005
    at where to get on and off My time at the library and archives was fruitful I found all the microfilm that I needed Did not find the people though Often elimination is a good part of research One photo from outside the National Library looking at Leinster House with the flag blowing in the breeze during a brief sunny interlude and one taken in Stephens Green Does look spring like I did get the opportunity to visit Glendalough south of Dublin in County Wicklow My tour via Busaras was cancelled because of snow Found a local bus to Glendalough and took that from Dawson St the Stephen s Green end It was a gorgeous trip The first photo is Sugarloaf Mountain taken through the bus window This was my first clue about why the other trip was cancelled We travelled higher and higher on St Kevin s Bus sometimes pulling aside to let traffic coming the other way go by Glendalough is gorgeous high in the mountains with great vistas It was here that St Kevin founded a monastery in the sixth century It was cold and I had to keep going back to the visitors centre to warm

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  • Ireland Travel 2005
    you read On our return trip we stopped in the town of Kilcormac County Offaly to visit the Church of Kilcormac Sean wanted to see a memorial placque to honor a once local family McAwley The MacAwleys Mac Amhalghaidh were prior to the English conquest of the sixteenth century lords of a wide territory known as Calry Calraighe which in its broadest extent comprised land in the west of County

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  • Ireland Travel 2005
    Leitrim through the Counties of Cork Limerick Tipperary Offaly Galway Roscommon Sligo c 1602 The road was not too bad considering the age of it I spent one very cold morning on the shore of Lough Derg photographing Portumna Castle and Portumna Priory Portumna Priory c 1254 Priory Graveyard body of Dermot Meagher of Cloncrog in who died the 2 April 1681 Oh Lord Give unto the soul of Owen

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  • Ireland Travel 2005
    Mary The original church was built in the 1830s and is preserved as the nave of the present church The higher section with the belfry was added in the 1880s and the sacristy and choir loft was added in 1930s It is served by a parish priest from Loughglynn Lough Errit Loughglynn Laughlin Church Stained Glass behind the altar Thanks to Fred Brunner for the additional information on the churches

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  • McGeough - Early References
    Olympic Games in and a silver in the Athens Olympic Games in the 1500 metres After his return to Anngleve he became masseur to football teams and did that with the Cavan team winners at the All Irish games at the Polo Grounds in New York 1947 p 515 The 1887 evictions Baliffs had to force the door of Michael McGeough of Cornasleeve Donaghamoyne His daughters were arrested for un complimentary remarks about the agent s appearance When police seized his white goat the bands struck up The Peeler and The Goat and Harvey Dubh p 350 The bands were the anti eviction organization called The Plan of Campaign They followed the baliffs on their eviction rounds and sometimes gave the tenants money to pay their rents harrassed the police etc The 1970 Register of Electorate lists McGeough Mac Eochadha as the 40 th most common family in Monaghan the name probably deriving from the MacMahon s Distribution of this family is 39 North 41 Central 12 West 58 in the South Thanks to Patrick Traynor for extracting this from this book that is out of print I have suggestions that my McGeough ancestors came from Beal Atha Beithe Ballybay Irish for the mouth of the ford of the birches and Castleblayney in County Monaghan Ireland My Connolly s are from Ballybay and my Floody ancestors are from Achadh an Mullen Aughnamullen meaning the field of the mills all within hiking distance with a pair of stout boots I have no information on the Smyth line other than a story that Bridget Smyth was to the manor born Recent photo of the Monaghan countryside near Ballintra outside of Ballybay In all the family surnames there is reference to the parish of Aughnamullen and to the townland of Latton This is

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  • McGeoughs of Rhode Island and County Monaghan, Ireland
    1873 to US Alice b 8 Aug 1877 to England then US Bridget b 19 May 1879 b 20 December 1874 Latton Anny Aughnamullen Co Monaghan Ireland d 25 September 1937 Pawtucket RI e 1890 ties with Rose MacMahon and Rose Fitzpatrick b St Patricks Cemetery East Greenwich RI 6 Patrick Floody Floody Canvas Painting b c 1841 d 24 May 1894 aged 63 years Anny Aughnamullen West County Monagan IR 7 Bridget Smyth b Monaghan IR d after 1894 b England lived w John Floody 4 Arthur McGeough Siblings Peter changed his name to Goff w Boston Globe Fr s Austin and Cecil Franciscan Order sister Mary b 2 3 July 1840 1 Monaghan Ireland m Monaghan Ireland e 1866 8 d 12 October 1893 b Pawtucket RI 8 Frank McGeough 9 Agnes 5 Annie Nancy Connolly b c January 1840 d 09 April 1906 siblings Mary Margaret b c 1855 IE m Andrew Cavanaugh Patrick Connolly b c 1831 IE d Nov 1857 buried St Mary s West Warwick Rhode Island m Mary Kelly sp 11 Michael Bridget Connolly Misc Index to Births for the years 1864 1874 Armagh Michael Floody of Clogher Co Louth Bridget McGeough dau Rose Floody Index for Co Louth in the Parish of Clogher Laurence Floody He occupied a house and small garden in the town of Clogher and had a garden in Harbour Real Irish Catholic Directory Post Town Latton Parish Aughnamullen Index of Surnames for Monaghan 1858 Parish of Aughnamullen Patrick Floody house and ten acres in Anny Denis house and 13 acres in Mullinary Glebe Tithe books of 1829 Page 2 Patrick held five acres in Anny Polly Floody held five acres also Tax 7 17 6 Lessor Robert Thompson The name also found in the parish of Maghaross in

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  • Surname Index to the 1796 Flax Seed Premium Entitlement Lists
    Donaghamoyne Mc Gough Michael Faughart Louth M Geough Laurence Enniskeen M Gough Owen Harardstown Louth M Geough Matthew Enniskeen M Gough Patrick Enniskeen Cavan M Geough Michael Clentibart Clontibret M Gough Terence Faughart Louth M Geough Michael Enniskeen M Gough Terence Aughalow Tyrone M Geough Owen Clentibart M Gough William Aughalow Tyrone M Geough Patrick Armagh Magough McGough Loughlin Louth 34775 M Geough Patrick Dunamine Mageough McGeough James Louth 32878

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  • Surname Index to the 1796 Flax Seed Premium Entitlement Lists,
    McGeogh Hugh McGeogh Carrikcavielty Eleanor McGeough Carneveagh Andrew McGeogh Corgreagh Frank McGeogh Cortaghart Owen Hugh John McGeough Coryhagan Owen McGeough Derryrush Martha McGough Drumboro Owen Dumnacanny Jas McGeough Drumgor Thos Michael Mary Hugh McGeough Drumhilla Bernard McGough Patk Edward James McGeough Drumfreeham Andrew Patrick McGough Peter McGeough Edenforan Arthur McGeogh James McGough on same land Garrybawn Art Bernard McGeogh Keenabawn Keenaduff Owen McGough Lattin Pat k McGough Lisgillan John Terrence

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