In October 1880 Charles Stewart Parnell visited Tipperary Town. At the time, the most influential man in Irish politics and Tipperary turned out to meet him in style. listen to podcast here
Tipperary County Council Library Service holds a vast collection of Poor Law Union Minute Books, Rate Books, and Workhouse Registers, encompassing virtually the entire county. Prior to the famine period, in 1838, an act for the more effectual Relief of…
Our latest podcast tells the story of the reports of Sir John Perrot to the court of Elizabeth I detailing his efforts to suppress the Geraldine rebellion of James Fitzmaurice, cousin of the Our latest podcast tells the story of…
The mystery surrounding a lease for Barnanlleen, Co. Tipperary dated 1729 turning up in the walls of a Texas house. listen to podcast here
Podcast 76 in Denis Marnane's series on Tipperary history looks at William Purefoy of Greenfield house. Described by a local curate as a 'brute in human form'. https://soundcloud.com/tipperary-libraries/purefoy-of-cappawhite
Impressions of Clonmel in 1839 from an English lady married to an Irish landowner from Cork listen to podcast here
Our March Lecture will be held over zoom on Tuesday 23rd March at 7.30pm Professor Tadhg O'Keeffe of UCD will be speaking on 'Romanesque Tipperary'. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will email you the lecture link on Tuesday.
Mary brings us some more stories from the schools collection @Duchas.ie. This time she introduces us to some of the legends and customs from Tipperary relating to St. Patrick. listen to podcast here
Our March lectures will take place next Tuesday 23rd March at 7.30 p.m. on Zoom. Professor Tadhg O’Keeffe of UCD will speak about Romanesque Tipperary. Register beforehand by emailing email@example.com.
A look through some Tipperary newspapers for the 5th March 1927. We take a look at attitudes to women, sporting events in the county, events for St. Patricks day and post war reconstruction work ongoing in the county. listen to podcast…