Noreen Higgins will be giving a talk on tracing your ancestors using the internet in Ardmayle on Wednesday 12th September @8pm. All welcome.
Listed as one of ten major pieces held by the National Museum of Ireland The 9th C. Fadden More psalter was discovered in 2006 during peat cutting in a Tipperary bog. 'Its papyrus-lined cover is direct evidence for contact between…
Plans for the reconstruction of Marlfield House, Clonmel after the main house was badly damaged by fire in January 1923 during the Civil War
How do you attract a train drivers attention? Detonators on the line! Loving some of the rules in this 1933 rule book e.g. No blasting without authority of Engineer When a vehicle is not safe to travel it must be…
The Clonmel Chronicle 1852 has a definite preference in whiskey..Sure doesn't everybody. There might be a tiny bias against Cork in the Tipperary paper. When the supply is in gallons you want to be sure you're getting the right stuff…
This picture of the square Thurles comes from our collection of historical postcards available online at http://tipperarystudies.ie/historical-postcard-collection/ Or you can drop into the Source to see our scale model which is being launched this evening.
Gerard Walsh, native of Moyglass, Co. Tipperary and author of ‘A Tipperary Settlement and Tragedy on the Canadian Frontier’ from THJ 2018 making a presentation of the 2018 Tipperary Historical Journal to Tom McLoughlin, the Donnelly Museum at Lucan, Ontario
August 15 is pattern day at many Tipperary holy wells, not observed much any more but once this involved games and picnics as well as prayers around the well. As a bonus you didn't need an ophthalmologist!
Tipperary hurling legend Jimmy Finn dropped in to visit today. The youngest Tipperary All-Ireland winning captain; We couldn't resist the photo opp ..and a snaky autograph or 3!
Checking out Tom Burnell's 'Tipperary war dead I came across this entry. A sad snapshot of a short life.