Build your family history, attach stories and places to people in your past and then walk in their footsteps, experiencing the same sites and sounds as your forebearers!

 

The Irish Historic Homes Survey

Irish community surveys of historic homesteads, homes; attaching family names to places in city, town and countryside.

 

Ardmore in 1916

The Ardmore Tidy Towns Association decided that researching the residents of Ardmore in 1916 would be an appropriate way to commemorate the 1916 Centenary. Because of time constraints we focused on Main Street, Chapel Row, Ard a Mhinistir and the older end of College Road.
 

Dawn Walks in Ireland and Northern Ireland

Dawn walks are early morning walks we take when working away from home. We ramble around the streets of a new town, village or parish before we head out to work. For the next while we will bring a small camera and microphone with us to record the sights and sounds of the places we visit. 

 

Salmon Fishing in Ardmore

Telling the story of the lost tradition of salmon fishing in Ardmore.

 

Elevation image of eroded section face at Crushea.
 

Crushea Cliff Face

January 2021 cliff face section.

3m tall.

 

2021 photograph of the ogham stone in an alcove of Ardmore cathedral chancel.
 

Ogham Stone 263 in Ardmore

An Early Medieval ogham stone situated within Ardmore cathedral. 

 

 

 

Ardmore Boat Cove

A H Poole photograph, apparently from 1900s, of Ardmore boat cove and the pier in background.

Colour added using Deoldify and digital original from http://catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000590462

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