The Story of Milltown.
By Thomas O’Sullivan and Jeff Mauritzen(2009).
“The Goatcatcher” Sean O’Shea of Coomplehane, circa 1940’s.read more
Jeremiah ‘Jer’ Hartnett, Meanus, Killorglin, 1907-1984. Jer was a well known personality in the Killorglin area in his day. He is best remembered for writing ‘The Boys of Meanus’. This poem was dedicated to the renowned people who lived in this town land around 3 miles from Killorglin town.read more
Denis Corkery, standing on the Laune Bridge, circa mid 1920’s. He was a Tailor and operated at Lower Bridge Street. He was born in 1882.read more
Patrick O’Regan, Lower Bridge Street, circa 1970’s.read more
Jim Guerin, Lower Bridge Street, circa 1950’s.read more
Irelands first community led Webinar Diaspora event connecting Killorglin emigrants all over the world. The event was held in the KCYMS Hall with the help of Kerry County Council, Kerry Educational Training Board and volunteer staff in the CY.read more
Michael (Gandhi) McMahon & Pat Dunne pictured at the gateway of Daly’s Lane where families such as the McMahon’s lived before moving to Laune View when it was opened in 1936.
Michael (Gandhi) McMahon & Pat Dunne pictured at the gateway of Daly’s Lane where families such as the McMahon’s lived before moving to Laune View when it was opened in 1936.read more
Cromane Sports Committee from the early 1970’s. Front L – R: Michael Little, Eileen Hayes, Mary Joy, Breda Fitzpatrick, May Clifford and Gerry O’Donovan. Back L -R: Patsy Joy, Pat Donovan, Tom Hayes, Mike Riordan, Dan Carey, Gus Shaughnasy, Patty Callaghan and Liam Hayes.read more