Monthly Archives: July 2018

Ennistymon or Ennistimon?

Ennistymon or Ennistimon, Lahinch or Lehinch, ‘are  ye right there Michael?’ A recent report with this catchy title by Patrick Comerford, historian, theologian, educator, writer and priest in Ireland, will be of interest to Clan members who have been fortunate enough … Continue reading

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Can you help, please?

Michael O’Loghlen in Australia and Rosemary Gilligan (USA) write: If you have reliable information about any of the clan O’Loghlen (however spelt) before the year 1800, we’d like to hear from you. We’re currently in the final stages of compiling a lengthy paper, … Continue reading

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Old Ground Celebrations

Nancy and Michael OLoughlin of Rushaun, Kilnamona, County Clare recently celebrated fifty years of marriage with their family and friends at Kilnamona parish church and afterwards at the Old Ground Hotel, Ennis, County Clare. Two of their grandchildren, Ciara OLoughlin … Continue reading

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