Annadale Rd in the early twentieth century. Note the women wearing the black shawls , which was a common sight all over Ireland up to the 1960’s. Also note the aquaduct which brought water from Farrantooreen lake to the mill. The aquaduct has long since been removed , but the limestone pier , left , is still to be seen today.

Hannah Foley on horseback

School Classroom Lessons

Dermot McGillycuddy of the Reeks.

Old Photograph Of Chrissie McCarthy Sitting On A Chair.

Dodds home.

Ard na Sidhe soon after completion circa 1915 . Built originally as the residence of Sir Holme-Gordon & Lady Edith-Gordon.

John Joe o’ Connor Ted Mangan dressed as redcoats for their roles in Kathleen Mavoureen 1928

Chris Joy nee O Shea 1896-1948 , taken at Rossbeigh , 1920′s.

Bridie and George in the centre , pictured with friends in their apartment.

George Lindigger on the far right with the Lindigger family . Taken in Switzerland .

Bridie , far left , with her cousins the O Sheas , Taken on day trip to Kells in the ’20 ‘s Maureen O’Shea , far right.

Kitty O Regan , wearing head scarf with her cousins the O’ Shea sisters and brother Joe of Langford St. Picture taken at Rossbeigh in the 1920’s

Retreat house , Rossbeigh , 1920 ‘s . Mary Christine (Chris) Joy nee O Shea . b.1896 R.I.P.1948 . Her husband was Pat Joy. They lived at Mount Rivers , Owenagarry. They had one son , William . Mount Rivers was sold and he bought a shop and pub in upper Bridge St. (Later Kerry’s Vintage Bar) . He re-married and bought a farm for his son at Tubrid , Beaufort , which is now run by Williams’ son , Ian. When Pat retired he went to live with his son William .

Kitty O Regan , 1920 ‘s. Caragh Lake area (upper Caragh river)

Eileen McGillicuddy

Kitty O Regan (Centre) with her sister Hannah on the right.

9 members of the War of Independence era Cumann na mBan

Emigrated To South Africa, Married Archibald Edward Benson, Had 3 Children – Edward Michael (Known as Michael, Patricia Vera Aileen & William Quinlivan Known As Billy & W.Q

William (Peter) West,  Anglont, Killorglin on left, son Jackie West on right with Madge West in the centre and the young boy at the back is Willie West. Working on the first horse-drawn combine harvester ever in Killorglin Parish, circa 1928

1920’s car Ford Model A

1925 Douglas National School

1920 The Foley Family.