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Kilcolgan Fortified House

Research on Kilgolgan Fortified House, Co. Offaly (Parish of Wheery or Killagally, Barony of Garrycastle). County Inventory Registration: 873.
Contains field sheet with sketches of site plan, exterior and interior elevations, a written report over six pages and 103 photographs. Incl. photocopy from Midland Tribune, 16 October 1954, article on the destruction of Kilcolgan Castle.

Research notebook of Keith Lamb.

Research notebook of Keith Lamb containing images and descriptions of:
Rosemount (Ballybrickoge), Moycashel, County Westmeath;
Donore (Donore Demesne), Moycashel, County Westmeath;
Jamestown, Rathconrath, County Westmeath;
Woodfield, Clara, County Offaly;
Rockfield, Moate, County Westmeath;
Fullerscourt (Ballitore), County Kildare;
Violet Hill (Finglas), County Dublin;
Twyford, Clonlonan, County Westmeath;
Mosstown (Ballinkeeny), Rathconrath, County Westmeath;
Gageborough, Horseleap, County Offaly;
Bracca Castle, Horseleap, County Westmeath;
Syonan, Moycashel, County Westmeath;
Delvin, County Westmeath
Lemanaghan Castle,
Kilcolgan Castle, Ferbane,
Clonlyon Castle,
Garry Castle (Banagher),
Coole Castle (Ferbane),
Banagher Castle,
Clonony Castle,
Sigginstown, Forth, County Wexford;
Clougheast, Forth, County Wexford;
Clougheast, Forth, County Wexford;
Lady's Island, Forth, County Wexford;
Tacumshane, Forth, County Wexford;
Ballyhealy, Forth, County Wexford;
Butlerstown, Forth, County Wexford;
Bargy, Forth, County Wexford;
Rathronan, Forth, County Wexford;
Macmine, Forth, County Wexford;
Auburn House, Glasson, County Westmeath;
Kilcoursey Castle, Clara, County Offaly;
Kilclare, Clara, County Offaly;
Carlow Castle.

Sketch maps of William Larkin

  • IE OH OHS 86
  • Fonds
  • c.1808

Three fragmentary draft or sketch maps on tracing paper of south and west Offaly dating to c.1808, and a fourth of the King's Channel area , County Waterford, dating possibly to Larkin's survey of County Waterford in 1818.

Larkin, William

W. Callan arranging for settlement of refugee family

Typewritten letter from Walter Callan, Executive Refugee Committee at Secretary's Office, King's County, regarding arrangements for placement of two families of refugees in Banagher and Ferbane. Letter asks for details from Moore as to how much he Banagher committee had raised in subscriptions 'in order to be able to gauge roughly what charge is likely to fall to central funds'.