Bank Holiday Monday, May 4 2020
Photos: Tom Fitzgerald
Moonlighting in the 19th Century
Kerry Evening Post 1813-1917, Saturday, January 17, 1885
MOONLIGHTING North Kerry, Intimidating farmers near Listowel; Three labourers named Cornelius Hunt, John Connor, and John Drury, residing at Knockanure within four miles of Listowel were arrested at about half past one o’clock on Tuesday morning by Constable Brazil of the Lissaniskia police proection post, under the curfew clause of the Crimes Act and conveyed to Listowel at four a.m. under a strong escort. The parties were also charged by Messrs Daniel McElligott, Denis Dee, and William Moore with having used intimidatory language towards them, for having each taken portions of a farm from which a man named Cornelius O’Connor had been evicted for non-payment of rent by Mr T W Sandes, of Sallowglin.
Story from Cathleen Muvihill on Glin Historical Society on Facebook
Better in Black and White
This is a photo of Johnny Clifford posted by Ballybunion Photographic Club
Bewley’s Harry Clarke Windows
Can you help, please?
Jon Riley sent the following email.
I am looking into my family history and trying to find out about the family of a Joseph P O’Carroll from Listowel. I know he was born in 1943 and may have married and lived in Leicester, England in the early 1960’s and may have moved to Leeds in 1965/66.
If you know of anyone who may have any information I would be extremely grateful.
Another One Bites the Dust