Bitter final weeks of Civil War left a dark legacy in Mayo

FRANK FAGAN recounts the killing of two Mayo Republicans in separate events in March 1923 as the Civil War reached...

Silent and brooding, Moorehall is a constant reminder of the tragedy of our Civil War

Sean Hallinan reflects on the burning of the famous Moorehall House, which occurred a century ago this week. The burning...

Davitt’s ancestors gather for a special reunion

  By Trevor Quinn It was a memorable day in the village of Straide last Friday when the ancestors of...

Thursday, 26/01/23 - 3:40pm Read More

Famous historical Mayo figures recalled in new book

A book written by a Mayo man based in New Jersey about the mass emigration by Irish people to Latin...

Monday, 23/01/23 - 4:13pm Read More

Young victims of Civil War to be recalled

A large crowd is expected to gather in Ballinahaglish Cemetery in Knockmore next Sunday, October 30, to mark the centenary...

Thursday, 27/10/22 - 5:19pm Read More

When a queen’s death divided Mayo County Council

By Conor McGuire Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign was epic in its expanse. She presided over eras of monumental change and...

Monday, 10/10/22 - 5:16pm Read More

Civil War seminar to be held in Mayo

Mayo County Council is holding a major seminar on the Civil War on Saturday next, October 8, as part of...

Thursday, 06/10/22 - 10:10am Read More

Erris event remembers men who died in bloody battle

Family members of some of those who lost their lives in one of the bloodiest Civil War battles in Mayo...

Friday, 23/09/22 - 4:42pm Read More

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