Killaloe local history,1739-1997
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Killaloe local history,1739-1997

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Published by Clare Local Studies Project (CLASP) in Ennis, Co Clare .
Written in English


  • Local history -- 1739-1997 -- Killaloe, Co Clare.,
  • Clare(Ireland) -- History -- Killaloe.

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Statementcompiled by Katie Kearney et al.
The Physical Object
Pagination442p. ;
Number of Pages442
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17328563M

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Killaloe came into being as a diocese in after the Synod of Rathbreasail. THE PARISH OF KILLALOE: The Catholic parish of Killaloe, until , consisted of 39 townlands. It was a well-defined area with natural boundaries on three sides. Killaloe (/ ˌ k ɪ l ə ˈ l uː / kil-ə-LOO; Irish: Cill Dalua meaning Lua's church) is a large village in east County Clare, village lies on the River Shannon on the western bank of Lough Derg and is connected by Killaloe Bridge to the "twin town" of Ballina on the eastern bank of the lake.. The Killaloe Electoral Area is one of six such areas in County Clare and returns four Country: Ireland. Killaloe is a town located in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada in the township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards. Geographically it is located in Eastern Ontario. The shores of Golden Lake are located 3 km ( mi) to the east, which is well known for quality angling and year-round recreation. Killaloe is one of the most famous and distinctive marches of the British Army and of its Irish regiments in particular. It is the Regimental Quick March of The Royal Irish Regiment and was inherited from The Royal Irish Rangers when The Ulster Defence Regiment was .

Killaloe is the Regimental Quick March of the British Army regiment, The Royal Irish Regiment (27th (Inniskilling) 83rd and 87th and Ulster Defence Regiment).It has informal, historical associations with other Irish Regiments and Brigades: as an unofficial march by the Connaught Rangers and Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and at brigade level in World War II by the 38th (Irish) Infantry Brigade. Killaloe Library's Social Story. Services: Extensive range of books for adults and children. Magazines and Newspapers.. Adult bookclub. Adult Film Club. IT skills training. Free public access Internet PCs with Open Office suite; Printing and Photocopying. Community noticeboard. Study/reading space. Acitvities and events for children and adults.   Killaloe OPP lay assault causing bodily harm chargeOn Tuesday, Oct. 27, at approximately p.m., members of the Killaloe detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to an assault call on the Pikwakanagan First Nation, Golden Lake. Since , Killaloe and District Public Library has been collecting and preserving history from Killaloe and surrounding areas. Our collection includes scrapbooks, newspapers, books, periodicals, photographs, maps and pamphlets. All of us at the Killaloe and District Public Library are proud to present our online local history archive.

Killaloe, County Clare, Ireland, stands on the River Shannon on the southern end of Lough Derg. It owes its origin to the 6th century monastic establishment of St. Lua, which first stood on a small island in the River Shannon, about 1km downstream from the Killaloe bridge. Later the monks moved to a more spacious ground on the mainland opposite. At its August meeting, the Killaloe–Ballina Local History Society presented “a selection of oral history recordings taken over 25 years ago of some of Killaloe’s and Ballina’s most elderly residents”; you can read about the event here. Most of the recordings were made in Alphie was just 23 when he was fatally shot on Novem , on the bridge in Killaloe, alongside Brud McMahon, Michael Egan and Martin Gildea. All four had been active members of the Fourth Battalion of the East Clare IRA Brigade and had participated in an .   Killaloe OPP investigate fail-to-remain collision. On Thursday, Nov. 19 just before 5 p.m., members of the Killaloe detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police responded to a fail-to-remain motor vehicle collision involving a sport utility vehicle (SUV) and a pick-up truck on Dunn Street in the Township of Madawaska Valley.