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1864 map of eastern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of eastern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
 
 
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1864 map of southern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of southern section of Ballard townland showing names of tenants.
 
 
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1864 map of Ummeracan (Johnston) townland showing names of tenants.
1864 map of Ummeracan (Johnston) townland showing names of tenants.
 
 
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1920 - Patrick Henry Hannaway's silver chain
1920 - Patrick Henry Hannaway's silver chain
 
 
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Absalom Rookes & Mary Ann Stewart
Absalom Rookes & Mary Ann Stewart
 
 
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Ballard - 1901 census (3 pages)
Ballard - 1901 census (3 pages)
Ballard townland list of households - 1901 census (3 pages) 
 
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Ballard - 1911 census (3 pages)
Ballard - 1911 census (3 pages)
Ballard townland list of households - 1911 census (3 pages) 
 
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Boys in dresses_Irish superstition
Boys in dresses_Irish superstition
 
 
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Building a Hay Rick, Ballard (Doherty & Crawley's) 1930's
Building a Hay Rick, Ballard (Doherty & Crawley's) 1930's
 
 
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BYRNES RED BOOK – Nan Martin entries
BYRNES RED BOOK – Nan Martin entries
Picture Note: BYRNES RED BOOK – Nan Martin entries 
 
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Collins brother and sister marry Kelly brother and sister
Collins brother and sister marry Kelly brother and sister
 
 
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Hannaway, John 1937 US Consulate
Hannaway, John 1937 US Consulate
Picture Note: John Hannaway, 1937 death & US Consulate 
 
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Henry family in Ballintemple, Killevy in 1864
Henry family in Ballintemple, Killevy in 1864
 
 
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Market Fair dates in Co Armagh, 1862 and 1921
Market Fair dates in Co Armagh, 1862 and 1921
 
 
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PAGE FROM FORKHILL REGISTRAR FOR FORKHILL SHOWING 3 FAMILY MEMBERS
PAGE FROM FORKHILL REGISTRAR FOR FORKHILL SHOWING 3 FAMILY MEMBERS
 
 
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Slieve Gullion was once a volcano.
Slieve Gullion was once a volcano.
 
 
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The Mystery of Mary Hannaway's House
The Mystery of Mary Hannaway's House
 
 
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William Watt (Royal Marines Light Infantry) served on the cruiser HMS Philomel from Nov 1914 to Feb 1919. He would have been aboard as Philomel docked in Wellington, NZ in this photograph.
William Watt (Royal Marines Light Infantry) served on the cruiser HMS Philomel from Nov 1914 to Feb 1919. He would have been aboard as Philomel docked in Wellington, NZ in this photograph.