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Ballintober Old GraveyardOut of stock

Ballintober Old Graveyard


Richly illustrated, this book is a valuable resource not just for the people of Roscommon, but a template for memorial studies in other counties.

This research began in 2012 with the study of the grave memorials of the late 17th century to the 1860’s in Ballintober Old, Co. Roscommon. The richness of memorial work here is indication of the importance of Ballintober and the O’Conor family. A catalogue of these memorials, including the full inscription, photo and references is given.

Details: 528 A4 pages, 1,331 colour images, hardback only.

Mary B. Timoney, originally from Waterford and living in south Sligo, has been researching graveyard memorials since 1984. She received an M. A. from UCC in 2001 for her study of ‘The Decorated Box Tombs of the Skreen School, Co. Sligo, c. 1780 – 1850’. In 2005 she published ‘Had Me Made, A Study of the Grave Memorials of Co. Sligo fro c. 1650 to the Present’. She has lectured and published on grave memorials in Co.s Cavan, Monaghan, Roscommon and Sligo as well as on the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead, Ireland, and on the care of graveyards.

Pack Of 6 Celtic Mythology Greeting CardsOut of stock

Pack Of 6 Celtic Mythology Greeting Cards


Pack of Six Celtic Mythology Greeting Cards depicting Tír na nÓg, The Children of Lir, Queen Medb, Étaín and Midir, Deirdre of the Sorrows and Cúchulainn.

An ideal gift for mythology enthusiasts.

Image on the front, text on the back, blank on the inside for your message.

Format 5×7. Individually sealed with envelopes.

A Dictionary of Roscommon Biography - Michael T. LennonA DICTIONARY OF ROSCOMMON BIOGRAPHY – MICHAEL T. LENNONOut of stock

A Dictionary of Roscommon Biography – Michael T. Lennon


A Dictionary of Roscommon Biography contains 5000 individual entries which describe the careers of people in all fields of endeavour, including politics, religion, law, literature, journalism, business, trades, medicine, sport, engineering, painting, music and entertainment.

At nearly 1000 pages and beautifully bound, this book is a must for anyone with an interest or connection with Co. Roscommon.