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Around Our Town Ep. 44 - Famine Evictions in Tipperary One of the most emotive aspect of the Great Irish Famine is eviction. The image…

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Pigot's Commercial Directory of Ireland (1824) describes Clonmel's Corn Market as being as extensive as any in the Kingdom. It claims that one fifth of…

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Around Our Town Ep. 42 - Lord Lieutenant of Ireland visits Clonmel For four days in August 1865 the attention of the nation was firmly…

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The Tipperary Banking Collapse of 1856 On Sunday morning the 17th of February 1856 the body of man was discovered on Hamstead Heath in London.…

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Around Our Town Ep. 40 - Escape from Clonmel Jail On Saturday the 21st of September 1867 the Clonmel Chronicle reported news of a daring…

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Around Our Town Ep. 39 - Darby Brahan: The most feared man in Clonmel The name of Darby Brahan may not be familiar to the…

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Around Our Town Ep. 38 - Attempted Abduction at Rathronan On Sunday the 2nd of July 1854 the church at Rathronan was the scene of…

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The townland of Glendaloughin straddles the Comeragh mountains north of Clonmel overlooking the beautiful Nire valley. It falls within the bounds of county Waterford but…

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Our final stop on the Coleville Road is Greenpark (at times known as Greenville). This completes our look at the protected structures along the Coleville…

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Fairy Hill House is situated half way down the Coleville road on the riverside. It is in fact two houses. The larger and older structure…

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