Glann, "A Valley Remembers" launch

Oughterard Newsletter February 2012

On Friday 6th January Glann, A Valley Remembers was officially launched at the Oughterard Golf Club. This book contains the local history of Glann Valley up until the golden jubilee of Our Lady of the Valley Church in 2010. This book would not have been possible without the contributions of Glann citizens who generously shared photographs, memories and life details with the committee. This project was made possible with assistance from Forum Connemara.

Photo Caption:

(back row l-r)  Joe Conaty (Forum Connemara), Mary Maloney, Fidelma Clarke, Kevin Clancy, John Coyne (Forum Connemara), Martin Butler, Rev Canon Sean Manning, Mick Maloney, Cllr Seamus Walsh, Paddy Clancy.

(2nd row from back) Caroline Clancy, Mae Canavan, Emmet McGloin, Tony Tierney, Stephen Clancy, Patrick McDonagh, Kathleen Hanley, Michael Mulally, Gerard Joyce.

(front row) Rev Fr Jimmy Walsh, Guest of honour, Mrs Bridie Cowley, who launched the publication and John Tierney.

 

This page was added on 28/02/2012.

Comments about this page

  • I think my great great grandmother Mary O’Sullivan (b. 1823 or 1826) was from Glann. She married my great great grandfather Philip Kelly in Oughterard in 1848 in the parish of Kilcummin. I wasn’t sure if Mary was from the Glann on the other side of Loch Corrib. But I think I know which Glann she was from now. I have been looking all over for info. on Glann. All I have to say is, well done! Now I can learn the history and culture of Glann, Co. Galway, where my ancestors came from. Thank you.

    By Gene (30/07/2014)
  • My husband’s family lived in Glann in the 1820’s and 30’s. Hugh Darcy worked at the coppermine in Curraghduff Middle and his gggggrandmother Mary Darcy died in Shannavagh.  I too would like to purchase a hard copy of the book. Please advise…we live in England, but can purchase in Euro’s. Thank you

    Julie Darcy

    By julie darcy (13/07/2014)
  • I would like to purchase a copy of this book. My SIL’s gt grandfather, Patrick Joyce, gave his birthplace as Glann, Galway, Ireland, on his marriage in 1877 in Rangiora, New Zealand. I need to find confirmation of this. ‘Possible’ parents Nicholas and Catherine.

    By Helen Hewins (10/05/2012)
  • Hi How can one purches a copy of the book. I reside in the USA Thanks jeff

    By Jeff Fitzgerald (15/03/2012)

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