News from County Clare

County Clare, Ireland

When: Friday, 5 March, 2021

Picture above: Visitors to the Cliffs of Moher in 2019 enjoy the dramatic scenery

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Discover more about your Irish Ancestry in County Clare

Open Day for Lough Graney Nature Sanctury

When: Monday, 31 August, 2020

We are a small non-profit community organisation dedicated to setting up a nature sanctuary in the historic Lough Grainey Valley in County Clare. We would love to introduce you to the valley and its significance to nature and culture in Ireland.

Caher Feakle (Clare)

IrelandXO Connections - New South Wales and Clare

When: Wednesday, 29 January, 2020

Kerri's Story After having led a somewhat unusual life, I had been encouraged many years ago to write a book.  However, it soon became clear to me that some of the reasons I had experienced what I had, may be contained in the lives of those who went before me.

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IrelandXO Connections - New South Wales and Clare

A visit to a broken, old stone house

When: Tuesday, 7 June, 2016

Robert Horwood has just returned home to Australia after a visit to Killaloe, Co. Clare. In April he posted a message to the XO Message Board seeking further information about his ancestors, Thomas Crowe and his wife Margaret O'Donnell from Co. Clare.

Killaloe (Clare)
Old Crowe House

1916 and TULLA CONNECTIONS

When: Sunday, 8 May, 2016

There were four men who played a part in the events that took place in Dublin during the Easter Rising. They were: Dan Canny Joseph Canny Michael O'Dea Cornelius (Con) O'Halloran Attached are their profiles and the units that they served in during that time.

Tulla (Clare)
The shell of the G.P.O. on Sackville Street (later O'Connell Street), Dublin in the aftermath of the 1916 Rising.

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