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Marriage of David O’Connor Henshy To Elizabeth Burke Of Marble Hill

Marble Hill Marriage BALLINA CHRONICLE Newspaper Wednesday, January 2, 1850, Ireland Marriage Anouncement of O'Conner Henshy and Burke-Marble Hill House Marble Hill, county Galway, David O'Connor Henshy, Esq....
planted trees in 1775 Mrble Hill House

At Marble Hill, the seat of Sir John Burke, trees were planted in 1775

A statistical and agricultural survey of the county of Galway : with observations on the means of improvement Sir John Burke Of Marble Hill Date: 1824 "At...
Sir Henry George Burke of Marble Hill Galway Ireland

Newspaper reports of the Burkes from 1909

Newspaper reports on Burke family from Ireland Sir Henry George Burke, Baronet, J.P. and D.L. for the County Galway, was born at Marble Hill in 1859,...

Sir Henry Burke’s seat of Marblehill, as seen in the distance from the road

Sir Henry Burke's seat of Marblehill, as seen in the distance from the road Date 1888 From that day to this no one has been brought...

Marble Hill Estate, Galway Sale To Tenants

Sir Henry Burke's Property Marble Hill, Galway, Ireland 29 May 1906 MR. DUFFY (Constituencies-Galway South October 1, 1900 – December 14, 1918) I beg to ask the Chief...

Marble Hill, Galway Land Purchase Debate In UK parliament

Marble Hill, Galway Land Purchase (Ireland) April 1917 Mr Duffy (Constituencies-Galway South October 1, 1900 - December 14, 1918) Mr Duffy asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether...

Letter from John Killaly, civil engineer, Ennis, County Clare, on subject of new road...

Letter from John Killaly Civil engineer, Ennis, County Clare, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, making recommendation for creation of new...

The Burke’s of Marblehill set up a successful contract haulier business in the 1760s

Sir John Burke Mr Isaac Weld John Burke (1782-1847), 2nd baronet, Marblehill, Loughrea, County Galway, was a catholic landowner whose family had managed to retain their...

Marblehill House Estate walks in the years 1812,1814, and 1817

Marblehill House Estate walks in the years 1812,1814, and 1817 Described in a series of letters to an English gentleman (1819) Killaloe, Banks of the Shannon, Oct,...

Land Cultivation At Marble Hill Estate

Land Cultivation At Marble Hill Estate (IRELAND) 02 April 1917 Mr. DUFFY (Constituencies-Galway South October 1, 1900 – December 14, 1918) Asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether...