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archaeological heritage of Killasser, Co. Mayo

by Bernard O"Hara

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Published by Research and Development Unit, Regional Technical College in Galway, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Killasser (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Killasser.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ireland -- Killasser.,
    • Killasser (Ireland) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-222) and index.

      StatementBernard O"Hara.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA995.K492 O33 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination227 p. :
      Number of Pages227
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1629486M
      ISBN 100951727001, 095172701X
      LC Control Number91177697

      Killasser Diocese of Achonry | County of Mayo. Microfilm / Baptisms 01 Nov. to 23 Feb. images. Microfilm / Marriages 13 Dec. to 05 June Deaths 01 Nov. to 19 June 59 images. You may be able to find more information on . In a recent publication, Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish, he provides an overview of Irish history with a focus on the ordinary lives of those living in the rural parish. In O'Hara published Exploring Mayo, an illustrated book about the landscape, baronies, parishes, leisure and cultural attractions as well as the archaeological and.

        Buy Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish by O'Hara, Bernard (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 7.   Killasser is a rural parish in East Mayo in the West of Ireland. The recently published book, Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish by Bernard O’Hara, explores the rich archaeological, religious and cultural heritage of the has chapters on place-names (with the civil parish, church parish, diocese, barony, poor law union, district electoral divisions and townlands explained.

      Parish: Killasser Title: the archaeological heritage of killasser, county mayo Author: bernard o'hara Publisher: the author Year: Parish: Killasser Title: callow school reunion, a celebration Author: marie boran et al Publisher: callow school reunion committee Year: Lookup Volunteer: Marie Boran Parish: Killedan Title: Kiltimagh. Killasser - Heritage of a Mayo Parish by Bernard O'Hara. Another book that I just received from Mayo Books. Bernard O'Hara is a great author- I knew this would be a good one to purchase - it is filled with details on the history of the parish. I think this book would be an asset to anyone doing genealogical research in any of the 58 Townlands.


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Get this from a library. The archaeological heritage of Killasser, Co. Mayo. [Bernard O'Hara]. Exploring Mayo by Bernard O’Hara, a lavishly illustrated book with an excellent Ordnance Survey map, provides a wonderful appreciation of County Mayo’s rich archaeological, historical, religious and architectural heritage as well as a guide to the attractions of its various regions.

After an introduction covering landscape, baronies, parishes and Co. Mayo book leisure and cultural attractions. This fascinating book explores the rich archaeologival, historical, religious and cultural heritage of Killasser, a rural parish in East Mayo.

It has chapters on the following: Place - Names, Archaeology, History, Education, Farming, Emigration and Migration, Institutional Church, Social Affairs, Cultural Traditions, Customs and Folklore, Sport.The archaeological heritage of Killasser, Co.

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O’Hara, Bernard, The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co Mayo. The above are in print and can be obtained from: Killasser/Callow Heritage Society, Carrowmoremoy, Killasser, Swinford, Co. Mayo. * Note: Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish can also be obtained as an eBook from the Apple iBookstore (for reading on iPad and iPhone), from.

KIllasser is located east of Charlestown, and north of Swinford, County Mayo, bordering on South county Sligo. It is a prticularly rich loaction for megalithic remains, Mounds, cairns crannógs, and ringforts, as well as a host of medieval remains. Illustrated throughout. His previous publications include some relating to the history and heritage of County Archaeological heritage of Killasser, such as Mayo: Aspects of its Heritage (ed.), The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co.

Mayo, Davitt, and Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish. Other publications include books on entrepreneurship, education and industrial relations. Bernard O'Hara's Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish is available in the USA and UK as a paperback book ator Barnes and Noble This history of Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish, is a must-read for anyone interested in Ireland - especially those with ties to Killasser or County Mayo.

His previous publications include some relating to the history and heritage of County Mayo, such as Mayo: Aspects of its Heritage .), The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co. Mayo, Davitt, and Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish.

Other publications include books on entrepreneurship, education and industrial relations. Previous publications include, Mayo: Aspects of its Heritage (ed.), The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co Mayo, A Guide to County Mayo, Michael Davitt, and Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish.

Published by the Killasser-Callow Heritage Society, ‘Exploring Mayo’, by Bernard O’Hara, is on sale in bookshops throughout the county, in. Exploring Mayo by Bernard O’Hara, a lavishly illustrated book with an excellent Ordnance Survey map, provides a wonderful appreciation of County Mayo’s rich archaeological, historical, religious and architectural heritage as well as a guide to the attractions of its various regions.

After an introduction covering landscape, baronies, parishes and various leisure and cultural. The Céide Fields, situated west of Ballycastle in north Mayo, is one of the jewels in the West of contain the most extensive Stone Age site and the oldest known field systems in the world.

The area is a 1, hectare archaeological site of long parallel stone walls divided by other walls into field-systems, together with enclosures and tombs, dating from over 5, years ago /5(2). A new book, "Killasser - The Heritage Of A Mayo Parish" by Bernard O'Hara, author.

Bernard O'Hara will be launched by Fr. John Durkan P.P. at Killasser Community Centre on. Clonmel Library with Tipperary Heritage Office. Clonmel Library, Co. Tipperary. 17 August, 10am - 5pm 19 August, 10am - pm 20 August, 10am - pm 21 August, 10am - 8pm 22 August, 10am - pm 23 August, 10am - 5pm 24 August, 10am - 5pm.

Killasser History Published. There was a large attendance, drawn from many counties, at Killasser Community Centre, for the formal launch of a page book "Killasser: Heritage of A Mayo Parish" by Bernard O'Hara, a native of the area.

The parish takes its name Killasser from Cill Lasrach - the church of Lasair. Lasair was an eight-century Irish saint who built a church in Knockmullin townland. The parish is rich in archaeological field monuments with Court Cairns in Cartronmacmanus, Coolagagh, Cregaun, a crannog in Lower Lough Callow, nearly ring forts and several.

“Killasser-a history” and “The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co Mayo”, both by Bernard O’Hara, and “Callow School Reunion – A Celebration”, all currently out of print but available at local libraries.

Ancient Ecclesiastical Sites: The ruined remains of a very ancient. Na Dúnta (see Doonty (Na Dúnta), Killasser Civil Parish, Barony of Gallen, Co.

Mayo) Grafaidh (see Graffy (Grafaidh), Killasser Civil Parish, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo) Graffy (Grafaidh), Killasser Civil Parish, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo A, 3 R, 18 P; Killeen (An Cillín), Killasser Civil Parish, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo 48 A, 0 R.

(This website has photos of the area and is worth a look.) Also recommended are three publications “Killasser-a history” and “The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co Mayo”, both by Bernard O’Hara, and “Callow School Reunion – A Celebration”, all.

), The Archaeological Heritage of Killasser, Co. Mayo, Davitt and Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish. Other publications include books on entrepreneurship, education and industrial relations.

O'Hara is also a former President, treasurer, and long term committee member of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society. Bernard O'Hara's History of Killasser: Heritage of a Mayo Parish, is a must-read for anyone interested in Ireland.

Even if you're not from Killasser or County Mayo, this book will interest those with ties to Ireland. Bernard O'Hara provides a clear overview of Irish national history, as well as forensic detail about ordinary lives in this rural Reviews: 5.Search our Books Browse Authors Author Search: GO.

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