Samantha Gill pictured here with a collegue. New York. Grand Daughter of Lieutenant Jimmy Gill of Staten Island. Jimmy Gill was son of Garda Peter Gill of Langford St KIillorglin back in the 50-60 s. Jimmy has open house every week for Traditional Irish Music players of many Nationalists and Retired Cops, Dempsey’s in New York is another gathering place for these players
Ali’s trip to Dublin in 1972 for the fight against Al Blue Lewis in Croke Park organised by Butty Sugrue. Timothy ‘Chubb O’Connor’, Harold Conrad Ali’s promoter with the glasses.
Bob Cahillane with the Callihane clan from Northhampton with Michael Junior who now runs the Butcher shop. It was previously run by his father Steve Joe and before that by his grandfather Mikey who of course was an uncle of Bob.
James Cahillane U.S Newspaper article
From the left Christina and Anthony Cahillane,U.S Navy Blue/Gold officer Eddie Stankiewicƶ , followed by U.S Naval Academy student cooks, Bob Cahillane,additional students Kip Trent and Anthony. far right U.S Navy Blue,Gold officer Steve Roberts with Jeannie Ahearn from Congressman Neil’s staff at the Colony Club in Springfield Massachusetts during Christmas break 2015
FR. L-R: Tom Moriarty, Mayor J. Cahillane, Ted Mangan, Back Row: Stephan Cahillane, PJ Duffy Shea, Tadge Reilly, Patie Cahillane, Ml. Shinner Carroll, Padso McCarthy
1950s, Awards Ballroom / Dancehall, Duffey O’Shea, James Cahillane – Boston, Mrs Cahillane and her daughter,Ted Mangan, Tom Moriarty,Gerry Coffey
Bob Cahillane with senator John Kerry who later served as the US Secretary of State.
Bob Cahillane with Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Hudner. Hudner was awarded the medal by President Richard Nixon for bravery in the Korean War.
James Cahillane with President John F.Kennedy
James Callahan who won the golden gloves in the U.S in 1934
Peter Joy (Upr. Bridge St.) , backstage with the Clancy Bros. Tommy Makem in New York , 1964. Peter was the promoter of this concert and is also well known for having written “The Wild Flower of the Laune”. Paddy Clancy (far left , holding his cigarette behind his back) doesn’t seem to notice the “No Smoking” sign to the right of Peter , nor does the man smoking directly under it.