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  • County Monaghan Parishes
    the countryside Clockwise on the circle At 2 o clock is the home of my Floody ancestors 8 o clock is where I broke my wrist getting stuck in the muck The Wellies stayed I did not The top body of water is White Lough the lower is Mullanary Lough The main road is Cootehill Rd from Ballybay to Cootehill Co Cavan Ancient Latton Mass Rock and Chapel site I

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  • Floody Family Images
    Rose Smyth Floody B 1876 in Anny M 28 June 1900 to Peter James McGeough St Joseph s Church Providence Rhode Island Floody Families Patrick Floody Bridget Smyth Floody Anny

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  • County Monaghan Ireland History
    Boho l913 Church of the Immaculate Conception Monea 1911 St Mary s Arney 1867 St Patrick s Holywell 1828 St Joseph s Mullaghdun 1875 St Patrick s Clogher l979 St Macartan s Ballynagurragh Clogher l846 Church of the Sacred Heart Clones 1891 St Macartan s Adrumsee 1829 St Alphonsus Connons c 1844 St Michael s Annyalla 1922 St Mary s Clontibret l859 All Saints Doohamlet l861 St Joseph s Ederney 1957 Church at Montiagh c 1840 Sacred Heart Church Irvinestown 1909 St Molaise s Whitehill c 1864 St Laurence s Fintona 1839 St Mary s Glennan 1833 St Patrick s Corracrin 1811 St Lastra s Donaghmoyne l981 St Patrick s Broomfield 1898 St Mary s Lisdoonan 1812 St Dympna s Dromore 1835 Holy Trinity 1848 St Mary s Corravacan 1855 St Michael s l875 St Mary s Lisbellaw 1858 Church of the Holy Family Ballyoisin 1904 St Patrick s Clara 1938 Church of the Sacred Heart Carrickroe 1885 St Patrick s Eskra l978 St Mary s Newtownbutler 1858 St Patrick s Donagh 1896 Our Lady Queen of Peace Garrison l972 St Patrick s Belleek l893 St Michael s Mulleek 1913 St John the Baptist Toura 1875 St Joseph s Cashelnadrea c 1876 Mary Mother of Mercy Inniskeen 1974 St Enda s Killanny 1927 St Livinus Killeevan 1818 St Mary s Ture 1842 Immaculate Conception Scotshouse 1925 St Joseph s Corrinshigo 1964 St Mary s Latnamard 1812 St Michael s Corcaghan 1806 St Mary s Threemilehouse 1873 St Macartan s Magheralough 1820 St Mary s Coa t1872 St Joseph s Carrickmacross 1861 St Michael s Corduff 1861 St John the Evangelist Raferagh l861 Church of the Immaculate Conception Bundoran l859 St Joseph s The Rock Ballyshannon 1829 St Patrick s The Rock Chapel Carrickashedoge 1855 St Peter and St Paul s

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  • Ireland Travel '99
    Ireland 99 Travel Map Front Page

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  • Ireland Travel '99
    A day for touring the park and at least three days in the library would be good Great Friends Hosts Tullyallen Mass House Re erected in 1768 form from the Parish of Donaghmore which adjoins the Parish of Killeshil Tyrone Archbishop John Joseph Hughes Boyhood Home reconstructed from the parish of Errigal Trough Monaghan Bogs fascinate me See a larger image School House with abucus The Master These posters are

    Original URL path: http://aharney.us/travel/uafp.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Ireland Travel '99
    The land is left as a complete mess Bord na Mona has tried planting trees on this land but they don t do too well Bogland is very wet and peat is very acid The peat is made up of partly rotted remains of roots flowers stems leaves fruit seeds and even pollen grains and spores Peat is very wet Oxygen is not very soluble in water Light cannot penetrate through all this matter lying in the water so photosynthesis which produces oxygen only occurs near the surface Many aerobic microscopic organisms such as fungi bacteria protista break down plant matter and help the process of decay If there s little oxygen there will be few of these organisms and so decay can t take place Most plants can get no nourishment from such cold wet conditions Bladderworts sundews and butterworts are carniverous and catch flies to get their nutrients Another reason to preserve the bogs is that they can tell us lots about the history of an area Since they form layer by layer as new organic matter falls on top of what is already there and only a little of it decays then there is a record of the landscape and animal life preserved in a bog Pine stumps have been found standing where they grew 7 000 years ago Also they can tell of human occupation In Belder Beg North Mayo a pre bog farming settlement has been found dating back 5 000 years A second lot of farmers came to the site 1 500 years after the first left Posts buried in the peat were able to be dated Many artifacts have been preserved in bogs such as deerskin tunics woolen clothing coiled basketry bags Some have been dug out and put on display years ago

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  • Ireland Travel '99
    purchased some books Walked around Queens U and met some online friends for lunch They arranged to take me to the Linen Hall the holdings include a wealth of historical material A week there would not be enough You can check through their holdings by Telnet online as one can with many libraries worldwide Another day I took the train to Balmoral to the PRONI buildings A week here would

    Original URL path: http://aharney.us/travel/dunluce.htm (2016-05-01)
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  • Ireland Travel '99
    Wild Geese Heritage Museum and Library at Portumna Castle See his Web Site at http indigo ie wildgees My hosts The Ryans of Auvergne Lodge in Portumna put me up in style Portumna is about an hour north of Shannon Airport Great spot to visit stay at Auvergne Lodge rent a cruiser and go up the Shannon to Clonmacnois Portumna Castle Yard Town View Clonmacnois is in County Offaly on the banks of the Shannon The site boasts two round towers six surviving churches and two complete and exquisitely carved High Crosses Buried here is the last High King of Ireland Roderick O Conor who died in 1198 The piers for your cruiser are seen at the left jutting out into the river Western side of Clonmacnois showing the Esker Ridge Esker A winding or sinuous ridge of irregularly stratified sand gravel and cobbles deposited under the ice by a rapidly flowing glacial stream I believe that I heard during the tour that this was used as a type of medieval roadway This rock to the side of Clonmacnois intrigued me Sean got me some history It is an Anglo Norman Castle built in 1214 by the Anglo Norman Bishop

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