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Littleton,   Thurles,  Tipperary.  App.1983

This page is for the  emigrant who may want memories of home

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     Benny's  Pub-Clohessy's  Garage-The Turf Club Bar


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A view looking south

11/04/12

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Centenary Shop & Stores-Old School-J O'Keeffe   ( Horse & Jockey )

 

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St. Kevin's Church---St. Mary's Church

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 A little bit of history
Some old Photos

                                                  

About three miles to the north of Littleton lies

Two Mile Borris

A few photographs that will bring back memories for some

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Bannons                The Church                Corcorans

Sport in Borris


About 2 1/2 Miles to the west of littleton lies

Moycarkey

I was at a schoolboy hurling match in Littleton about 45 years ago. Moycarkey were playing. A woman from the sideline shouted.

" Squeeze 'em up Moycarkey and hang 'em out to dry"

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Moycarkey Church

Sean Treacy Pipe Band


A mile to the east of Moycarkey lies

The Horse & Jockey

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Above is a photo of the memorial erected to the memory of

the Horse and Jockey Senior Hurling team who won the

1899 All-Ireland at Jones's Road, Dublin on March 24th

1901.

It was unveiled on Sunday evening August 29th 1999

at 8.pm, in front of a very large crowd.


An Old Catalogue I Came Across

 


 

 

 

 

Southwest of Moycarkey under "The Hill"

is the parish of Gaile.

Visit Gaile

Or

Pouldine

 

Go to a later Littleton

  

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   Slán go fóill   

Call again soon

                                            

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