1969 Puck Fair
1960 , Sneek , Netherlands. Back (L-R). Lieuwe Silvius , Rikus Silvius , Marcel Silvius , Fronie Silvius , Jausje Silvius. Children at front. (L-R). Leo , Wilma (Age 7 ) , Jeanette Silvius
1961 Christening at St James Church Eileen Ann Galvin, Greta Galvin, Mick Galvin, Maura Lynch, Pat O’Riordan, Micheal Galvin
L – R , Sheila Evans , ???? , Eileen Power , Eileen McGillycuddy.
ICA function , 1960’s.
Butty Sugrue rips a phone book in half
Killorglin Town Back row left Marion Riordan,??,Marie (Cronin)Ní Reen,Harris,,??,?? Riordan,Betty, Griffin,Michael Concannon,,?,Maxy McMahon, Falvey,?,Tom Curtayne, Josephine O’Brien,?,?,Marion Russell, ?,Eileen Cronin, Shea sisters,?, Johnny ringo O’Shea,
Bottom row last 2 with suits, Patsy Cronin,Tony McMahon
Killorglin Publican’s outing in the 1960’s.
Pa Houlihan by the Puck Fair stand with his son Terence circa 1965 Note the colours of the poles at that time were black and yellow . The colour scheme of the Puck Fair Stand changed to the blue and white of Laune Rangers in the early 1970’s.
Under the shadow of the Laune Bridge at Killorglin, the fishermen of the K.R.D. firm pose for the traditional photograph taken in the early 1960’s prior to the annual blessing of the boats. January 17th is the official opening day for net salmon fishing in the River Laune. Succeeding generations of the families seen here have manned the boats. FR. Paddy Brick RIP, Michael Conway, Fr. Michael Stack, Jeremiah Mangan, Mangan, KRD, B Mangan, JJ Drugan, Inspector Water Keeper, Michael O’Sullivan, Clerk and Weighmaster, KRD, Tim Mangan, Tim Stack, BR. Danny Garvey, Batty Flynn, J Sheehan, John Reilly, Timothy Ferris, James McKenna, Thade Clifford, Michael Murphy, Thade Sheehan, Jack Murphy, Tim Griffin, Maurice McKenna, Eugene Mangan, Willie Mangan, Patrick Sullivan, Jer McKenna, Diarmuid Flynn, Sean McKenna, Mick McKenna, Jerry Griffin, J McKenna, KRD is the name of the firm – founders of the Laune Fisheries.
Photo taken from what is now the old Mill car park on Annadale Rd. The Grove can be seen on the far side of the River Laune. 1960’s.