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Behind every great town are plenty of great ladies
Behind every great town are plenty of great ladies
Women have been so often written out of history but not so in Ballinrobe where a new project is putting them centre-stage, writes Majella Loftus.
WOMEN OF BALLINROBE TO BE IMMORTALISED IN BOOK
WOMEN OF BALLINROBE TO BE IMMORTALISED IN BOOK
Majella Loftus, Western People Newspaper, THURSDAY, JANUARY 09, 2020
Interested in Local History and a third level qualification?
Interested in Local History and a third level qualification?
Course will run in Ballinrobe if sufficient interest is demonstrated by the Community
Shrule Through a Lens
Shrule Through a Lens
Interesting Facebook page on the village of Shrule
07 Introduction to 'Women of Ballinrobe & Hinterland' exhibition
07 Introduction to 'Women of Ballinrobe & Hinterland' exhibition
"Capture it before it Disappears Forever"
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Thomas & Bridget Gibbons (nee Walsh)
Thomas & Bridget Gibbons (nee Walsh)
Possibly had a shop on Bridge Street, Ballinrobe
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Ballinrobe History
Ballinrobe History
Surnames found around Ballinrobe and Co. Mayo in 1890
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Ballinrobe's' Tuberculosis Sanatorium, [St. Theresa's] Creagh, Ballinrobe Co. Mayo
Ballinrobe's' Tuberculosis Sanatorium, [St. Theresa's] Creagh, Ballinrobe Co. Mayo
With additions, amendments & extracts from Bridie Mulloy's book Itchy Feet & Thirsty Work.
There are photos and articles on Creagh House,...
By Noelene Beckett Crowe
On 21/12/2019
Thomas & Bridget Gibbons (nee Walsh)
Thomas & Bridget Gibbons (nee Walsh)
Possibly had a shop on Bridge Street, Ballinrobe
Do you know  that Thomas and Bridget (Walsh)...
By Katie Crow
On 21/12/2019