Matt, I am trying to locate my grandfather, who served with the irish fusiliers in Curragh, 1910? His name was Thomas Cameron Fowler born 1887, Blackburn, Lancashire, England. He won an award for his bayonet skills. Can you help me. Regards Deborah
Photo of The Hartley's taken 1st April 1953. IN THE PHOTO IS MY GREAT GRANDFATHER OLD BILL ,WILLIAM HARTLEY WITH HIS SONS EDWARD HARTLEY,LIAM HARTLEY,TONY HARTLEY AND MICHAEL HARTLEY. ALSO IN PICTURE ARE THERE BROTHER IN LAWS GENE NOLAN,JOHN COLLOPY AND KERRY BURNS
The Hartley's 1953. FANTASTIC PHOTO. My great grandfather old bill William Hartley also played in goals for the curragh team that won the all ireland army football title either in the 30's or 40's, i have a photo of the team with trophy so i will post when i get it onto laptop
Post by Matt McNamara on Oct 30, 2012 23:55:57 GMT
The following photograph was given to me by Mrs May O'Shea at the Curragh Local History Group meeting tonight. I have a few names of the ladies and children in the photograph, can you get the ball rolling and name a few more.
Thanks to May for sharing this photograph with us.
And straight I will repair To the Curragh of Kildare For it's there I'll finds tidings of my dear
Re:Curragh Historical Photographs Hi all just in front of Mrs Tom Hughes ? Stokes beside her in the black dotted coat is my mother Dolly Kelly partially hidden behind the lady holding the baby. great photo bye for now Johnny
Post by rose5mcdonaghtce on Nov 2, 2012 20:54:46 GMT
Have been looking at this snap on FB Curragh History, the old eyesight is not what it used to be, but now that its been blown up I think I have spotted myself and Noeline Poole, third from the back on the right, still think lady with baby is Margaret Price and I agree Dan, think it is Martin Fogarty at the front.