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County Laois Cemetery Records
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General cemetery records relating to Co. Laois....   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Church Recordsb
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Various marriage records, death records, and baptism records for County Laois....   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Census Records
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General census records relating to Co. Laois....   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Census Substitutes
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Census substitutes records for County Laois....   Added: 2014-08-22
Oaths of Allegiance, 1775, County Laois
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Oaths of Allegiance 1775. QUEEN'S COUNTY. Samuel B. Anderson, Cullenaugh, Gent. John Keefe, Ballyadams, Gent. Joseph Purcell, Timogue,...   Added: 2014-08-22
Directory of Maryborough, Co. Laois, 1824
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The capital of Queen's county, Is forty miles west of Dublin, and on the high road to Limerick. The town was formerly called Protector, and the count...   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Emigration Records
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Key Timoth, Declaration of Intention, 1915....   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Land Records
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To be Let for three lives - the lands of Clonagown. 1801....   Added: 2014-08-22
County Laois Newspaper Records
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Miscellaneous newspaper records for County Laois....   Added: 2014-08-22
Photographs of County Laoise
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Including the Rock of Dunamaise Cemetery and Thomas Cregan, 1915....   Added: 2014-08-22

The Gaelic Social Structure
It is often heard that one's ancestors were "Kings" of this or "Lords" of that, but our modern (and essentialy English) understanding of these terms c...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 1
Origins: The Doneraile Conspiracy of 1829 had its origins in the Whiteboy movement, a secret oath-bound society, which for about seventy years had ...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 2
Judges Address. Baron Pennefather then charged the Grand Jury, and was fair enough. He mentioned the evidence of informers, and advised that it sho...  
Daniel O'Connell And The Doneraile Conspiracy: Page 3
Mrs. Glover's Evidence. Mrs. Eliza Glover of Johnsgrove then gave evidence. She said she saw one of the prisoners in the dock, James McGrath, at Jo...  
Marriage Records, Rosbercon Parish, Kilkenny, 1864
Civil Registration of Marriages, New Ross Union, [1864, 1st Quarter], Vol. 4 26 January 1864 John Murphy (full age), bachelor, laborer, residence B...  
Rosbercon Parish Map, County Kilkenny
This is a section of an Ordnance Survey map of Rosbercon and the surrounding area. ...  
The Irish Short Story
The short story is, for me, a natural form, as difficult and as easy to talk about as, say, walking. Do we need a theory about going for a walk? About...  
Irish Genocide Or The Great Irish Famine?
"Those who governed in London at the time failed their people through standing by while a crop failure turned into a massive human tragedy. We must no...  
Gerald Keegan's Summer of Sorrow, 1847
In 1847, Gerald Keegan crossed the Atlantic in from County Sligo, Ireland to Grosse Ile, Quebec, Canada, which at that time was still part of Great Br...  
Letter To The Editor Of The Cork Examiner, January 29, 1847
Bandon Bridge Place, Jan. 23rd, 1847 H SIR--permit me to call your attention to the awful condition of the poor of this town. I shall confine mysel...