Tully Church & The OPW

We have just received this message from Jennifer Carroll MacNeill TD regarding Tully Church. "Hi, just a quick note in relation to an Irish Times article posted on August 3rd re. responsibility for Tully Church. I discussed this with my colleague Councillor Jim Gildea about this and wrote to Minister O'Donovan to find out more.... Continue Reading →

Cabinteely Dolmen

Did you know one of the biggest portal tomb dolmens in Ireland is right here in Cabinteely? The huge structure was erected about 5,500 years. Local historian Liz Pilkington lead a guided tour this morning explaining this fantastic monuments national significance.

Cabinteely History – Barrington Cemetery

Barrington Cemetry, Cabinteely This small private cemetery is entered from Brennanstown Road, Cabinteely, up a grassy laneway with a locked gate. It is across the road from Egypt House, and beside some cottages on the same side as Glendruid House and Barrington Tower. The Barringtons, a Quaker family, were soap and candle chandlers with premises... Continue Reading →

Cabinteely History – 1500 Remains Discovered In Cemetery At Circle K, Cabinteely Village.

Medieval burials discovered at Cabinteely, Co. Dublin. A recent archaeological excavation(2015) at Cabinteely in Co. Dublin has uncovered a number of human skeletons of probable early medieval date. Directed by Ken Wiggins, on behalf of Judith Carroll & Co, the excavation indentified the remains of at least five individuals, who had been interred in shallow,... Continue Reading →

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