Kilfinnane Old Graveyard

This is the old medieval graveyard in Kilfinnane. Still in use by the local community it has been expanded into a cemetery.


SS. Peter and Paul, Kilmallock

A fascinating graveyard in the medieval town of Kilmallock. The Peter Robinson families from south Limerick would have known this town and graveyard. There are a number of later medieval tombs here including one with an effigy of a skeleton on it.



Holy Cross, Charleville

Charleville is a town on the border between counties Limerick & Cork. Holy Cross graveyard is situated in Co. Cork. Also known as Rathgoggan graveyard, from the townland (Rathgoggan South) in which it is situated. This was the medieval parish church and has an associated holy well.


Reillys Post Office

Formerly Reillys Post Office of Martinstown, Co. Limerick.


My great great grandfather Andrew Carey shot in 1920

My name is Jack. My family story is about my great great grandfather Andrew/Gala Carey from Kilmurry Co. Limerick.


John Hennessy remembers the Healy Brothers of Duhallow, Cork

John Hennessy recounts the story of his uncles, Mike and Jack Healy of Duhallow who took part in the raid on Kilmallock barracks.

Toomey (2010) gives a detailed account of a raid on Kilmallock Barracks on the night of Thursday 27 May 1920.




Mill bridge

This bridge appears to be built on an old fording point of a tributary of the Funshion River. Cromwell's forces are believed to have crossed the river here in 1649 and in later years the bridge was damaged during the military operations relating to the Irish Civil War.


Church of Ireland Burial Ground

Currently the site of the community hall this was originally the location of St. David's Church of Ireland. The closing and replacement of the church requires more research as it will tell us much about social changes after the War of Independence.