Connemara Descendants Gathering 11th – 16th September 2015 Clifden, Connemara, Co. Galway The history and heritage filled town of Clifden will host the Connemara Descendants Gathering from Friday 11th – Wednesday 16th September, 2015. The gathering will be officially opened by Cllr. Peter Roche, Cathaoirleach, Galway County Council. All Connemara […]
Archive for February, 2015
I have many unanswered questions about the olden days in Connemara. Perhaps writing will help to crystalise them and assist in the process of answering some. Having, now, some rudimentary knowledge about my forebears I can’t help but wonder about the day to day quality of their lives. What was […]
ghostwritergesucht24.de – Superb Zuverlässige Aufsatz Verlag Programm Mein Name ist Jonas, ich bin der Studierender des vierten Studienjahres der Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg. Am Ende des zweiten Semesters brauchte ich eine Arbeit in der Literaturwissenschaft.
Clifden Rules the Waves: The story of Clifden men in the greatest Navy on earth (1872-1922) By Steven Dolan The expansion of the British Empire in the nineteenth century owed as much to the dominance of the Royal Navy, as to perhaps any other military or indeed political factor. The […]
Lacey and Faherty Family Story by Mary Lydon Simonsen I saw on the Clifden/Connemara site that you are interested in emigration stories for those who went to North America as part of the Tuke’s Emigration Scheme. This is my family’s story. My great, great grandparents, Michael and Bridgit Mulkerin […]
John D’Arcy (1785 – 1839)John D’Arcy founded Clifden in 1812. At the time, he was just twenty-six years of age, married and the father of three sons. He was also the proprietor of an estate that covered over 17,000 acres on the west coast of Connemara. The lands had been […]