Old Kilkenny Review, Number 1 (1946-1947). January 1948

Lyng, Thomas G.: Ballyraggett and district, 11-24.

Gibb, John S.: A tour on the Upper Nore, 25-30.

Butler, Hubert: A Kilkenny Survey, 31-33.

Springfield, Rose, with note by Henry, Françoise: The Seven Bishops: a legend of Ossory, 34-37.

O'Kelly, Owen: Place-Names in Co. Kilkenny, 38-46.

Gibb, John S.: Foulksrath Castle and the families connected with it, 47-54.

Monks, Willie: The Cave of Dunmore, 55-60.

Clohosey, T.J.: St. John's Priory, 61-62.

An t-Ath. Michéal: St. Fiacre's Well, 63-67.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. II (1948). January 1949.

Sparks, M.: The Rothes of Kilkenny, 7-13.

Murphy, J.C.J.: The Kilkenny Marble Works, 14-19.

O'Leary, John: Ullard, 20-25.

Pilsworth, W.J.: The Merino factory: old County Kilkenny industry, 26-31.

Kenealy, Mrs. C.J.: "The walls of Kilkenny", 32-38.

Craig, M.J. (notes after a tour by): Gregorian [recte Georgian] architecture in Kilkenny, 39-41.

Hughes, J.J.: Inistioge, 42-47.

Phelan, W.J.: The Tholsel of Kilkenny, 48-55.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 3 (1950)

Graves, James: Ancient street architecture in Kilkenny (from the Kilkenny Archaeological Journal, 1849), 8-14.

Prim, John G.A.: Kilkenny inns and taverns (from the Kilkenny Archaeological Journal, 1849), 15-23.

Butler, Hubert: The Kilkenny theatre 1802-1819 (from the Dublin Magazine, 1849), 24-32.

Lanigan, T.G.: John Banim in Windgap Cottage, 33-39.

Pilsworth, Mrs. W.J.: George Bernard Shaw's connection with Kilkenny, 40-42.

Sparks, May: Gowran, 43-46.

Grattan Bellew, Mrs.: Mount Loftus, 47-49.

Clohosey, T.J.: Kilkenny Castle, 50-53.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 4 (1951)

Bersu, Gerhard: Freestone Hill: a preliminary report on the excavations, 5-10.

Healy, J.P.: Tullaroan, 11-19.

Butler, Hubert: The old Kilkenny Archaeological Society and its successors (Radio Eireann broadcast), 20-27.

Lanigan, T.G.: Kells, 28-34.

Pilsworth, W.J.: "Thomastown Corporation", 35-43.

Clohosey, T.J.: Dunmore House, 44-48.

Sparks, M.: Confederate banners, 49.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 5 (1952)

Pilsworth, W.J.: Thomastown, 1-9.

Clohosey, T.J.: Carrickshock: the Tithe War, 10-15.

Walsh, F.R.: Callan, 16-22.

Lyng, T.P.: The Castlecomer Plateau, 23-34.

Kenealy, Mrs. C.J.: Armorial slabs on old Kilkenny Houses, 35-43.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: Dunamaggin, 44-47.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 6 (1953)

Brennan, James: Canon Carrigan, historian, 1-8.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Moderator, 1838: Mount Warrington Distillery, 8.

Murphy, J. C. J.: Alice Kyteler, 9-14.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Moderator, 1819: Kilkenny Day Coach, 14.

Pilsworth, W. J.: Dysart, 15-17.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Moderator, 1891: Archersgrove Mills, 17.

Leahy, G.: Ballyspellan Spa, 18-22.

O'Kelly, Owen: Kellymount Old Abbey, 23-25.

Phelan, Mrs. W. J. & Lanigan, Mrs. T.: High Street, notes, 26-37.

Watters, Patrick: The approaches to Kilkenny [abridged from article in JRSAI 1872], 38-46.

Sparks, May: Tullaherin, 47-49.

Gibb, J.S.: St. Canice's Cathedral bells, 50-53.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Moderator, 1886: The National Bank, 53.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 7 (1954)

Murphy, J. C. J.: The ten civic families of Kilkenny, 1-19.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: High Street (continued). High Street from the Tholsel to the Parade on the east side, 20-24.

Tennison, C. M.: Williams and Finn, bankers, Kilkenny, 24.

Montagu Stopford, Mrs.: The Kilkenny Canal, 25-29.

Gibb, J.S. (ed.): Letters of Rev. James Graves, 30-34.

Sparks, May: Archbishop Rinuccini, Papal Nuncio, 35-39.

Lyng, T. P.: Kilgory, 41- 45.

Clohosey, T.J. (ed.): Viscount Mountgarret and Ballyconra, 46-49.

anonymous: Kilkenny Castle picture gallery, 49.

O'Kelly, Owen: Liosta focal Gaeilge ata meascaithe trid an Bearla ag muintir Chill Chainnigh (A list of Irish words interwoven in the English language in County Kilkenny)., 50-53.

Tennison, C. M.: Loughnan's Bank, Kilkenny, 49.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 8 (1955)

Prendergast, Ellen: Pre-historic cooking places in Webbsborough District, 1-10.

Walsh, Patrick: Upper Patrick Street. Notes, 11-15.

O'Brien, Sean: The ancient parish of Kilmacahill, 16-18.

Drennan, Mrs.: Kylebeg: The church of St. Nicholas, 19-23.

Kenealy, C.J.: Blanchfield House and demesne, 24-29.

Gibb, J.S. & Phelan, W. J.: . Irishtown notes, 30-35.

anon.: A glimpse into the past: when the vane fell, 35.

Clohosey, T.J.: Cromwell's siege of Kilkenny, 36-46.

anonymous: Medical school in Kilkenny - a note, 47.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 9 (1956-1957)

Phelan, W.J. & Gibb, J.S.: St. Canice's Place (ancient Bull Alley) and Vicar Street, 1-6.

Hoyne, Thomas: Henry Ellis, 7-10.

McEnery, Alice: Pen picture of a great artist: Sir John Lavery's Kilkenny connections, 11-13.

Hegarty, M.: Johnswell, 14 -26.

Hughes, J.J: Clonamery Church, 27- 31.

Lyng, T.P.: Ballyragget and district, 32-41.

Hughes, Edward W.: Coolhill Castle: 42-47.

anonymous: Small bronze axehead found near Mount Loftus (note), 47.

anonymous: Souterrain found in the townland of Kildalton (note), 47.

Sparks, Mai: Pottlerath and Kilmanagh, 48-54.

Pilsworth, W.J.: Kilkenny Corporation accounts in the 18th Century, 55-59.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 10 (1958)

O'Neill, Thomas P.: The Famine in Kilkenny, 1-5.

Prendergast, Ellen: The "Moat of Ballyfoyle", 5.

McAdams, J. Leo: Corbett Wilson: the pioneer airman, 6-18.

Marescaux, G.: Bonnettstown Hall and Castle, 19-26.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: A forgotten Kilkenny school, 27-30.

Pilsworth, W.J.: Newtown Jerpoint, 31-35.

Prendergast, Ellen: Bronze axehead from Co. Kilkenny, 36-37.

Prendergast, Ellen: A souterrain recently discovered in Kilkenny 38-41.

Walsh, F.R.: Castle Eve, 42-46.

Cassin, M.: Here and there in St. Canice's Parish, 47 -54.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 11 (1959)

O'Kelly, Eoin: In the footsteps of an Irish antiquary, 1-12.

Waldron, T.: Tubbridbritain and Muircheartach Mac Neill, 13-18.

Purdon, E.R.: House of Mountgarret, 19-22.

anon: John Bourke O'Flaherty, Castlefield, 22.

Lyng, T.P.: Fertagh - Parish of Johnstown, 23-30.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: Paris Anderson, 31-41.

Clohosey, T.J.: 18th Century Kilkenny, 42-46.

Nyhan, Patrick: Names of fields in Attateemore in the parish of Kilcollam, Barony of Ida, Co. Kilkenny, 47-48.

Waldron, T.: Tobar a' Dhroo or The Hermit's Well, Clonetubrid, 49-52

Healy, J.P.: The "Stormy Petrel" (Mrs. Laracy), 52-54.

O'Hegarty, Maureen: Clara Old Church and Freneystown Castle, 55-60.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 12 (1960)

Birch, Peter: Some early schools of Kilkenny, 3-12.

Kenealy, C.J.: The monuments in St. Canice's Cathedral, 13-15.

newspaper report 1855: Rail junction, 15.

Clohosey, T.J.: St. Canice of Aghaboe and Kilkenny, 16-20.

newspaper report 1855: Auxiliary workhouse burned down, 20.

Smithwick, Walter: The Smithwick family (notes from a talk given at Kilcreene Lodge), 21-24.

Clohosey, T.J.: Father Matt Keeffe, 25-28.

Lanigan, Mrs. T.G.: Granny Castle, 29-31.

newspaper report 1855: The city lamps, 31.

Sparks, May: St. Canice's Well, 32-37.

Stopford, Nancy: The Greenes of Kilmacow, 38-42.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: Notes on High Street from the Tholsel to the Post Office, 43-51.

anonymous, after Helen Roe: Maddoxtown font, 51-52.

Prendergast, Ellen: Kiln at Luffany Co. Kilkenny, 53-56.

Prendergast, Ellen: Prehistoric burial site at Slieverue, Co. Kilkenny, 57-59.

Murphy, N.: Blessed Oliver Plunkett and Kilkenny (from Seven Hills Magazine, June 1906), 60-61.

O'Niathan, P.: Names of fields in Townland of Atateemore, Co. Kilkenny, 62-70.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 13 (1961)

Simms, J.G.: Kilkenny in the Jacobite War, 1689-91, 10-20.

O Ceallaigh, E. (Owen O'Kelly): Field names in the Civil Parish of Derrynahinch, 20-26.

Lanigan, T.G.: The tomb of the Banim brothers, 27-29.

O'Kelly, Owen: Oghamcraobh ar liagan, 29.

Walsh, Patrick: The old roads of Kilkenny, 30-34.

anonymous: Catalogue of articles in Old Kilkenny Review, Nos. 1-12, 35

O'Callaghan, T.J. (letter to Irish Independent 17.9.1959): Died 100 years ago in New South Wales, 39.

Clohosey, T.J.: St. John's Churchyard, 41-47.

Maher, Edward: St. Fiacre, 48-56.                

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: High Street (continued). From the Post Office to Parliament Street, 57-64.   

Grattan-Bellew, Mrs.: Powerstown church, 65-       67.              


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 14 (1962)

Clohosey, T.J.: John O'Donovan, 5-17.

Lyng, T.P.: Grinding stones or culm brushers [recte crushers], 17.

Prendergast, Ellen: Prehistoric grave near Gowran, 18-21.

Phelan, Mrs. W.J.: A visit to South Kilkenny, 21-24.

paragraph and photograph: St. John's Bridge probably belongs to the following article, 24.

Finn, John & Murphy, Mrs. J. C. J.: John Street-north and south sides, 25-39.

O Ceallaigh, E.: Sean-chill Chiaráin Naofa, 42-44.

Drennan, Mrs.:Paulstown castle, 45-55.

O Ceallaigh, E.: The Heburn Stream, 55.

anonymous: St. Francis' Abbey, 56-58.

St. J. Brooks, Eric: Irish possessions of St. Thomas of Acre [extract from article in Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 1956], 59-60.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 15 (1963)

Kenealy, C. J.: Patrick Street, 5-13.

Walsh, F.R.: Callan "Olde" Parish Church, 14-18.

Jordan, Michael: John McWalter Walsh. Interesting data on Kilkenny poet, 19-22.

O Ceallaigh, E.: Bluirc Bealoidis: Leigheas ar Buiochan, 22

Lanigan, K.M.: Richard de Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory, 23-29.

Lanigan, K.M.: The Rothe will, 30-34.

Prendergast, Ellen: Ancient cemetery at Coolmore, 34-36.

Scanlon, J.D.: Jerpoint library duplicates, 36.

Clohosey, T.J.: Birchfield, 37-40.

O Ceallaigh, E.: Gleanings of local history, 40-42.

Bligh, Mrs. Adrian: Some Georgian architecture in town and country, 43-48.

Hegarty, Maureen: Dr. Richard Pococke, 48-54.

anonymous: The Rower (note), (65).


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 16 (1964)

Prendergast, Ellen: A new High Cross at Leggettsrath, 5-16.

O'Brien, Sean: The Butlers of Lower Grange, Viscounts Galmoy, 16-23.

Smithwick, Peter: The Sullivans-A Notable 19th Century Kilkenny Family, 23-32.

Kenealy, Mary.: Patrick Street, continued-West Side, 33-41.

newspaper article: Finn's Leinster Journal, 4 Jan. 1786: Kilkenny Hunt 1786, 41.

Hughes, Edward: Graignamanagh, 42-49.

O Ceallaigh, Eoin: Focal Comhairle o'n Iar-Runai, 50-51.

Delaney, James J.: Sir William Shee-The Queen's Sergeant, 52-57.

newspaper article: An Inn or Tavern for over 100 Years -?1860s, 58.

Bettina Grattan-Bellew: Goresbridge and Barrowmount House, 57-58.

Walsh, Patrick: Kilkenny Crafts, 59-60.

newspaper article: Finn's Leinster Journal, 23 Dec. 1786: Bleaching, 60.

Birthistle, Dorcas: Alms houses of Kilkenny, 61-63.

Lyng, T. P.: Three castles, 64-72.

Sparks, May: He designed the White House, 73-74.

newspaper article: Finn's Leinster Journal, 19 Oct. 1786: Oak Bark [to be sold], 74.

anonymous: '98 Pike (note), 74.

Keane, John E. Kerry: The Cromwellian siege of Kilkenny, 75-82.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 17 (1965)

Phelan, Margaret: Ballylarkin and the Shortall family, 5-8.

Hegarty, Maureen: Clara Castle, 9-14.

Delaney, Michael: Land agitator jailed in Kilkenny, 15-18.

anonymous: The changing face, 18.

Hurley, Sean: The Tudor mansion house becomes a monument to past glories, 19-21.

Kenealy, Mary: St. Kieran Street (east side), 22-31.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Ormonde Castle, Carrick-on-Suir, 31-37.

Walsh, Pat: Eighteenth century Kilkenny, 38-44.

Gaffney, Henry: Treasures of the Black Abbey, 44-47.

Jackson, A.M. [notes on a lecture by]: St. Canice's library is 300 years old, 47-48.

Prendergast, Ellen: Carved stone head from County Kilkenny, 49-52.

Drennan, Catherine: Gowran, 52-63.

Clohosey, T. J.: A visit to South Kilkenny, 64-66.

Bligh, Nin: Kilkenny Corporation regalia, 67-70.

Doyle, Gerard: Co. Kilkenny MSS in British Museum, 70-78.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 18 (1966)

?Rae, E.C.: Mensa of the tomb of Piers Rua Ormond and Mairead Ní Ghearoid, daughter of the Great Earl of Kildare, 2.

Birthistle, Dorcas: Gateways of the walls of Kilkenny, 5-9.

De Loughry, Mrs. Richard: Rose-Inn Street, its history, business associations and family links, 9-16.

Lyng, T.P.: Kilkenny Gaelic, 17-25.

Fitzmaurice, Mrs. S. A.: Cloghrennan and the Butlers, 25-35.

Lord Dunboyne: The Butlers, 35-57.

Leahy, Sheila: St. Canice's Cottage, 58-61.

Rae E.C.: An O'Tunney masterpiece reconstituted, 62-71.

Walsh, F.R.: Edmund Ignatius Rice, 71-76.

Delaney, Michael: Coon evictions, 77-78.

reprint: Kilkenny Castle (by a Broth of a Boy in Dublin University Magazine of 1846), 79-80.

anonymous: Kilkenny postmasters, 80.

Walsh, Pat: As others saw us, 81-82.

anonymous: Catalogue of Old Kilkenny Review, 5 years; Nos 13-17. Continued from No. 13, 85-87.

Walsh, R.A.: Kyteler's Inn, 94-96.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 19 (1967)

Lord Dunboyne: The Butlers (continued), 5-13.

Hegarty, Maureen: April 17, 1966 [official opening of Rothe House], 14-20.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 4.3.1807: To Be Let ('Foundary' in Magdalen Street), 20.

O'Doherty, Sean: Tullaroan, 21-25.

newspaper article: Finn's Leinster Journal, 22-25 April 1801, 25.

Sparks, May: The Graces, 26-28.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 25.3.1807: To Be Let (Abbeyview, near Thomastown), 28.

Murphy, C.: The Bryan-Bellews of Jenkinstown and Bawnmore, 29-39.       

Hoyne, Tom: The Jenkinstown bridges, 39-40.

Clohosey, T.J.: The Ponsonbys and Fiddown Church, 41-44.

Document, 17 July 1810: Hat Stamps, 44.

McAdams, J. Leo: Captain Gafney goes to war, 45-51.

?newspaper article: Otter hunting in1865, 51.

Walsh, Pat: Kilkenny in the 19th century, 52-58.

?newspaper article: Otter trapping, 1865 (invention of trap), 58.

Bryan, Dan: Dunbell, 59-60.

?newspaper article: Malicious damage to machines (reaping machines at Dunbel, September 1866), 60.

document: Letter from Fr. Richard J. Whyte S.J. to John J. A. Prim, 61-63.

Air remarkably good (advertisement for house and land to let at Tullabrin, 1805), 63.

?newspaper report (Kilkenny People): Archbishop John Ireland, 64-68.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 21.2.1807: A private still (raided, at Bow Bridge), 68.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Kilmurry, 69-74.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 14.3.1807: At stud (Callan), 74.

Hadden, Dr.: St. Mullins, 75-78.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 21.2.1807: 72 marries 19 and £2000 fortune (John Cahill & Miss Carth, Tallow, 81.

newspaper advertisement: Kilkenny Journal, 14.3.1807: To be sold (large travelling coach), 93.

Le Clerc, Percy: letter pointing out that he was misquoted in the 1966 number, 94.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 20 (1968)

newspaper article: New Junctions-1867 [new railway line Kilkenny to Maryborough], 4.

Phelan, Margaret: High Street, Kilkenny: west side, from William Street to James's Street, 5-27.

Gwynn, D.R.: James Stephens and the Fenian Rising, 27-44.

Petrie, Sir Charles: The Rothes in Irish and French history, 45-53.

newspaper article: Dublin Weekly Journal, 15 May 1725: advertisement re letting of Swan Inn, 53.

Hoyne, Tom: Murphy of Gragara and Castle Annaghs, 54-61.

Hughes, E.W.: The Rathgeran stone, 62-63.

newspaper article: Pikes discovered-1867 [Garrynaman, Kells], 66.

newspaper article: Kilkenny Journal, 1892: Death of a '48 man, 67.

newspaper article: Petty Concessions-1867, 69.

newspaper article: Robbery of butter-1867, 69.

newspaper article (no date): Watery milk at Urlingford, 69.

newspaper article (no date): The Kilkenny Hunt, 71.

newspaper article (no date): 'Comer woman's sudden death, 78.

newspaper article (no date): Local improvements (seen while travelling from Kilkenny to Carrick), 78.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 21 (1969)

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Freshford doorway, 5-10.

Wray, Kathleen: Maudlin Street, 11-14.

Buggy, Madge: A note on Three Castles cemetery, 15-16.

Coyle, Tom: Inistioge district, 17-31.

Birthistle, Dorcas: Inistioge, 31-47.

Gwynn, Denis: A rebel priest, 48-50.

Johnston, W.S.: In search of John Rothe Fitzpiers, 51-60.

Phelan, Margaret M.: An amateur looks at the Ossory tombs with apostolic surrounds, 60-75.

Mac Carthaigh, Padraig: Achadh Ur agus seadchomharta Lachtin Naomhtha, 78-80.

newspaper article: Battle at Inishtioge-1922, 82.

newspaper article: Train Raided-1922, 82.

Maher, James: The Butlers of Kilcash, 83-84.

Maher, James: James Hoban, 84-85.

newspaper article: Release of Prisoners-1916, 85.

P[helan], M[argaret] M.: St. Leger-Comerford Tomb at Grove, near Grange, Co. Kilkenny, 86-88.

newspaper article: Holiday-August 1916, 92.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Collection of antiquities at Rothe House Museum, 1960-1966, 100-106.

newspaper article: [Police raid on brewery, searching for James Stephens]-1866, 95.

newspaper article: The Recent Thaw-1867, 95.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 22 (1970)

Woodworth, David: St. Canice's library, 5-10.

Gwynn, Denis: Standish O'Grady, 11-14.

Prendergast, Ellen: Smithstown axe-head, 14-16.

McCracken, Eileen: Notes on Kilkenny woods and nurserymen, 17-23.

Springfield, Rose: Night ride, 24-27.

Holmes, William J.: New investigations at Liathmore-Mochoemog (Leigh), 29-31.

Glasscock, R.E.: Excavations, 1968-69, 31-34.

Prendergast, Richard: The faithful Norman, 34-41.

Murphy, William: The pattern of Mullinakill, 42-44.

Kenealy, Mary: The Parade, 44-54.

Hughes, Edward: Ullard, 58-61.

Prendergast, Ellen: Burials at Gallowshill, 64.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: The Museum in 1969 [including a continuation of the catalogue, 66/51-68/34], 65-69.

Butler, George: Psalter of MacRichard, 70-80.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 23 (1971)

Hegarty, Maureen: Jerpoint, 4-14.

document (extract from Liber Primus Kilkenniensis): Tidy Towns-1335 A.D., 14.

Woodworth, David: St. Canice's Library (continued), 15-22.

Grattan-Bellew, Bettina: The Loftuses of Mount Loftus, 23-35.

anonymous: A rotary quern still in use, 35.

Barrow, Lennox: Kilkenny private banks 36-40.

Glassock R.E.: Excavations at Liathmore-Mochoemog, Co. Tipperary, 1970, 45-46.

anonymous (but quotes Spencer's The Fairie Queen): The Three Sisters, 46.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Clashacro, 47-52.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Report on the Museum for 1970 [including a continuation of the catalogue, 69/1-70/22], 63-65.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 24 (1972)

Phelan, Margaret M.: St. Mary's Cathedral, a personal approach, 4-17.

De Loughry, Richard J.: Edmond O'Donovan, 18-28.

Comerford, P. J. M.: The Comerford family. How origins became confused, 29-32.

Roe Helen M.: A medieval alabaster figure, Black Abbey, Kilkenny, 33-36.

Mac Cárthaigh, Padraig: Ireland versus England, the first battle-Clais an Chro, 37-41

Dowling, Daniel: Glenmore brickyards, a forgotten industry, 42-51.

O'Carroll, Joseph: The forgotten market house, 51.

Lanigan, K. M.: Pilgrimage to Meaux, 52-54.

Walsh, Pat: Linen weaving in Kilkenny in 18th century, 56-57.

Prendergast, Ellen & Ryan, Michael FitzG.: Excavations in Ballyoskill townland, 58-59.

Kenealy, John W.: Query re Sir Cornelius Gregg; reply by the Editor, 59.

Ryan, Michael Fitz G.: Tumulus in Jerpoint West, preliminary note, 60-61.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report 1971, including 1971/1-16, 64-65.

anonymous note: First Roman Catholic Mayor (Redmond Reade, 1836) , 66.

Ryan, John: Rotary querns, 68.


Old Kilkenny Review, No. 25 (1973)

Lanigan, Katherine M.: The Banim brothers-a reassessment, 2-12.

Harbison, Peter: An illustration of the lost Walsh knight from the Jerpoint Cloister arcade, 13-15.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Kilree, 16-28.

O'Connell, John J.: Castletown House, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny, home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blaque, 29-33.

Harbison, Peter: Three decorated wooden beams of the thirteenth century in Rothe House Museum, Kilkenny, 34-41.

Gillespie, Martin: Uppercourt Manor, 42-47.

Walsh, Patrick: The Walsh flag, 48-49.

Brennan, Martin: Letters of Nell Gwin, 49-50.

Tyler, Gerald: The glass house at Gurteens and glass developments in Ireland before its establishment, 51-60.

newspaper article (Finn's Leinster Journal, April 1801): 50gns. reward for trees cut down and stolen from Jenkinstown and Graigacraw [already quoted in O.K.R. 1967, p25], 60.

Fanning, Thomas: Excavations at Kells Priory, Co. Kilkenny, Preliminary report, 61-64.

Origin of firm D. Smithwick & Co. [quoted from O.K.R. 26, p19], 64.

Kealy P. & Ryan J.: Souterrain at Garryvoone, Co. Waterford 65-67.

Comerford, Patrick: The early Society of Friends and their history in Kilkenny, 68-75.

Hayburn, Edmund Langton: Langton portraits, 76-78.

newspaper article (Waterford Mirror 1835): Reduction of rents at Aylwardstown, Glenmore, 87.

?Lanigan, Katherine M.: [Museum] loans and donations, November 1971 to October 1972, 90-91.

?O'Doherty, Sean: Table of contents-Old Kilkenny Review, numbers 16-21 inclusive, 91-92.


Old Kilkenny Review, Vol 6 No 1. (1974) [should be Vol 1 No 1]

Hughes, E.W.: Duiske Abbey, Graignamanagh, 4-6.

anonymous: Fifteenth-century window uncovered in High Street (note), 6.

Hegarty, Maureen: Kilfane, 7-20.

Mauresceaux, G.: Desart Court and its occupants, 21-25.

Harbison, Peter: Carved stone of the twelfth-century predecessor of St. Canice's Cathedral, 26-29.

Hayburn, Edmund Langton: Langton houses, 30-32.

de Loughry, Richard: Castles of North Kilkenny, 33-37.

Corrigenda, excavations at Kells Priory, Thomas Fanning, O.K.R. 1973, 37.

Dowling, Daniel: Cardinal Wiseman and his association with South Kilkenny, 38-44.

Buggy, Madge: Upper John Street, 45-51.

Prendergast, Ellen: A burial of the Bronze Age at Moyne, Co. Laois, 52-54.

O'Carroll, Joseph: St. Rioch's churchyard (note), 57.

anonymous: Ennisnag slab (note), 58.

O'Doherty, Sean: Dysert Moon tomb, 59.

?Lanigan, Katherine M.: [Museum] donations and loans, 1973, 63-64.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 1 No 2 (1975)

Dolley, Michael: The 1973 Viking-age coin-find from Dunmore Cave,70-79.

Conlon, Patrick: Notes on St. Francis Abbey, Kilkenny, 80-84.

Bradley, John: The town wall of Kilkenny-part I, 85-103.

Foley, Clair: The discovery of a portion of 13th Century wall at Kilkenny Castle, 103.

Brennan, Martin: Ogham language, 104.

McAdams, J. Leo: Count Thomas J. O'Loughlin, 105-117.

newspaper article (The Penny Illustrated Paper, 3.12.1870): Ripe strawberries in November [in Kilkenny], 117.

Manning, Conleth: Jerpoint cloister fragment at Sheepstown, 118-119.

Harbison, Peter: Decorated roof boss found at Newpark Hotel, 120-123.

Cashin, Geraldine: The railway comes and goes, 124-125.

Condon, Bernadette: Mallardstown Mill, 125-126.

newspaper article (Leinster Journal 13.2.1801): Rothe, gunmaker, Kilkenny, 127.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 1 No 3 (1976)

Phelan, Margaret M.: William Canon Carrigan, 1890-1924, 148-157.

McEvoy, Frank: John George Augustus Prim, 1821-1875, 158-168.

Kenealy, Mary: The parish of Aharney and the Marum family, 169-174.

De Loughrey, Anna: Parliament Street, 1974, 175-189.

Manning, Conleth: The Inistioge Priory cloister arcade, 190-200.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Burials at Killaree, Threecastles, 200.

Brennan, John: Clonamery, 201-208.

Bradley, John: The town wall of Kilkenny-Part II, 209-218.

document: Diary of Robert Chaloner Knox, Caherleske House. Story of a bicycle, 1877, 218.

McEvoy, Frank: A Roman tomb or Cardinal Newman's second blunder, 219-221.

Prendergast, Ellen: A fulacht fiadh at Firgrove near Inistioge, 222-223.

query: John Bradley compiling a catalogue of all charters, indentures, deeds, etc., relating to Kilkenny in the period 1200-1750, 223.

O'Brien, Niamh: James Stephens Barracks: from the day it was built until the present day, 224-226.

?Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report. List of acquisitions, 1975, 227-228.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 1 No 4 (1977)

Prendergast Ellen Medieval jug from Castleinch 238-244.

Walsh, F.R.: Laying a legend, 245-247.

Lanigan Katherine: The castle is open again [with description], 248-253.

Hughes, Edward W.: Duiske Abbey, Graignamanagh-abbey triumphant, 254-260.

anonymous: Inscriptions on the tombstones in Kilkenny graveyards (note), 260.

Kenealy, Mary: The Celt, 261-263.

Prendergast, Ellen: A fulacht fiadh at Ballyhimmin, near Castlecomer, 264-267.

document: Extract from the diary of Humphrey O'Sullivan, 24.11.1828, mentioning Thomastown, 267.

Hegarty, Maureen: Desart, May 9th, 1976, 268-270.

document: Extract from the diary of Humphrey O'Sullivan, 6.8.1827. Funeral in Newtown, 270.

anonymous: Translation of inscription in Kilbride churchyard, Callan, 270.

O'Doherty, Sean: "Is Cantwell smiling at Maureen Hegarty?" 271.

Johnson, Richard Colles: In memoriam : Sir Dudley Colles, 272-275.

Clifford, Denis: Renovations to the Black Abbey, 277.

Tyler, Gerald: The iron gate, relic of a forgotten craft, 278-283.

?Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report. List of acquisitions, 1976, 284.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 1 No 5 (1978)

Crotty, Gerard: Six coats of arms at St. Mary's, 306-313.

O'Maolain, Seamus: A Middle English lyric fragment in the Red Book of Ossory, 314-320.

Phelan, Margaret M.: King Richard II's two visits to Kilkenny (1395 & 1399), 321-331.

Kenealy, Mary: Finn's Leinster Journal, 332-348.

anonymous: Graveyard inscription from Co. Wicklow (note), 348.

Walton, Julian C.: Richard Canon Aylward (1872-1954), 349-351.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Two Butler monuments in Old St. Mary's, 352 picture, 353-355 text.

anonymous: Graveyard inscription from Co. Wicklow (note), 355.

Marescaux, Geoffrey: Swifte's Heath, 356-362.

newspaper article (The Dublin Evening Mail, 14 June 1826): Private education, 362.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum report 1977, including acquisition, 367.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 2 No 1 (1979)

Hegarty Maureen: David Rothe, 4-21.

Kenealy, Mary: Thomas MacDonagh in Kilkenny, 22-23.

Phelan, Margaret M.: William Street, Kilkenny, 24-35.

Crotty, Gerard: The Arms of Ragget, 36-37.

Buggy, Madge: Memorials of the dead-St. Mary's, Kilkenny (Part I), 38-44.

Grattan-Bellew, Bettina: The churches of Powerstown, Grange Sylvae and Goresbridge, 45-47.

O'Brien, Seamus: Callan Electricity Board, 48-49.

Brennan, John: Foulksrath and its associations, 50-60.

de Loughry, Anna: Interesting find at Rothe House 1978 ['time capsule' from 1899], 60.

Flannery, Margaret: Charles Joseph Kickham, 1828-1882, 61-63.

Gabbett, Moira: Kilmoganny, 64-74.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Butler information, 71.

O'Doherty, Sean: Sheela-na-gig at Cooliagh, 72-74.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum report 1978, including donations and loans during the year, 78.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 2 No 2 (1980)

Carroll, Noel: Letter re Laurence Clooney, 18th-century priest, 4.

Bradley, John: Some new and neglected medieval tomb slabs and fragments from Kilkenny, 5-21.

Fitzmaurice S.A.: Castlemorres, 22-29.

Mac Garry, Damian C.: Carved medieval font at Thomastown, 34-36.

Bocard, Fr.: Hebron, als. Blandfields Lands, Co. Kilkenny, 37-43.

Hughes E.W.: On Penal Day sites in the Barrow Valley, 44-48.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Fr. Thomas O'Shea and the Callan Tenant Protection Society, 49-58.

O'Neill-Flanagan, Don: Belline, 59-62.

Daniel T.K.: The strange case of the drunken bishop-a Reformation mystery solved, 63-68.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Urlingford, 69-70.

Ford, Linda & Doran, William: Wall paintings at Jerpoint Abbey, Co. Kilkenny-a note, 71-72.

Buggy, Madge: Memorials of the dead, St. Mary's, Kilkenny (continued), 73-78.

?Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report for 1979, 86-87.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 2 No 3 (1981)

Ó Riordáin, Breandáin: The Derrynaflan Hoard, 206-207.

McEvoy, Frank: Kilkenny Races, 208-212.

Brennan, John: Jenkinstown-Co.Kilkenny-and its associations, 213-234.

Monks, Willie: Kilkenny and Fingal-a link, 225.

O'Doherty, Seán: 'Repeal' in Callan Workhouse. Based on the minutes of the Board of Guardians, Callan, 1845, 226-230.

Ó Maoláin, Séamus: History on our tongues, 231-24.

hOgáin, Daithi Ó: Some 18th century folk poets of Kilkenny, 235-238.

document: Letter from John Dunne to John G.A. Prim, 1864, 238.

Hughes, E. W.: A parish remembers its past, 239-244.

Fanning, Thomas: Interim report on excavations at Kells Priory, Co. Kilkenny, 1980, 245-248.

Bourke, Cormac: A limestone quarry & kiln at Kilderry, 248-249.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Neigham Castle, 250-252.

Cahill, Mary: A bronze ringed pin from Bishopslough, Newtown, Co. Kilkenny, 253.

Lyng, T.: Fitzpatricks of Ossory, 254-268.

Leahy, Ellen: Reminiscences of a countrywoman. The Farmer's Year, 269-270.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Entrance structures at Killarney House, 271-273.

Manning, Conleth: A group of Co. Kilkenny headstones, 274-275.

Hyde, Lex: Excavation: an apprentice's view, 279-280.

Prendergast,          Ellen: A bronze axehead from Tullaroan area, 281-282.

Bradley, John: A medieval cross slab from Kilkenny, 283-284.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report for 1980, 297-298.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 2 No 4 (1982)

Mansfield, Brocard M.: The Helshams of Kilkenny, 319-327 [& corrigendum pasted in front of title page].

Grattan-Bellew, Bettina: Doninga House, 327-328.

Canon Empey, C.A.: Medieval Knocktopher: a study in manorial settlement-Part I, 329-342.

Kenealy, Mary: Plan of Kilkenny Castle 1767, 343-346.

Crotty, Gerard: The Foulkes monument in St. Canice's Cathedral, 347-351.

McEvoy, Frank: The Slane Peerage claim, 352-362.

McCarthy, Alice: Life in Irishtown at the turn of the century, 362-363.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Callan doctors, 364-369.

anonymous: Progress report on Rothe House (note), 369.

Bourke, Cormac: Two early hand-bells from Kilkenny, 370-372.

Wall, Thomas: Two episcopal book covers from Ossory. (Homage to Bishop Laurence Forrestal), 373-377.

Manning, Conleth: Cross-slab at Killamery, 378-379.

O'Doherty, Sean: Tomb fragments at Rosbercon, 380.

Hamilton, Anne: River Barrow navigation, 382-387.

St. John's Girls' N.S.: Church of St. John the Evangelist (O'Loughlin Memorial Church), Kilkenny, 387-390.

Hennessy, Peter: Ballymurphy in 1910, 391-392.

documents: Kilkenny deeds 1785-1879, 393-400.

Lanigan, Katherine M.: Museum Report [including Antiquities acquired during 1981], 420-421.


Old Kilkenny Review, N.S. Vol 2 No 5 (1983)

Empey, C.A.: Medieval Knocktopher, a study in manorial settlement. Part 2, 441-452.

Lanigan, K.M.: Documents relating to an old St. Patrick's church in Kilkenny, 453-456.

McEvoy, Frank: Edmond O'Donovan (1844-1883), 457-467.

De Loughry, Anna T.: Remembering Lincoln Prison escape, 468-470.

Manning, Conleth: Two cross-slabs at Knocktopher, 471-474.

Hughes, E.W.: Remembering Patrick O'Leary (1856-1931), 475-493.

O'Doherty, Sean: A papal bulla at Rothe House museum, 494-496.

Phelan, Margaret M.: William Earl Marshal (1144-1219), 497-505.

Birthistle, Dorcas: "From the past", 506-517.

Kenealy, Mary: Henry Flood of Farmley, 518-526.

Roe, Helen M.: Instruments of the Passion: notes towards a survey of their illustration and distribution in Ireland, 527-534.

O'Farrell, Fergus: Passion symbols in Irish church carvings, 535-541.

Bradley, John: A medieval figure sculpture from near the Black Abbey, Kilkenny, 542-545.

Costello, Con: An 18th-century episcopal instruction for Ossory, 546-552.

Hegarty, Maureen: Medieval stone crucifixion at Johnswell, Co. Kilkenny, 553-556.

McEnery-Gwynn, Alice: Rossenarra House, 556-558.

Bligh, Nin: The Rothe silver tankard, 558-559.

Delaney, James: Crucifix used at Friar's Hill, Thomastown, 560-561.

anonymous: Museum report, 572.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 3 No 1 (1984)

Lightbown, R.W.: Some eighteenth and early nineteenth century visitors to Kilkenny, 3-16.

McEvoy, Frank (edited): The Irish insurrection: Easter Week in Kilkenny, April 1916 [from the diary of Florence Hackett], 17-23.

Mansfield, Brocard M.: Dr. Richard Helsham, "The most eminent physician of this City and Kingdom" (Dean Swift), 24-31.

Empey, C.A.: A case study of the primary phase of Anglo-Norman settlement: the Lordship of Kells, 32-40.

Prendergast, Ellen: Two Artefacts of the Bronze Age from County Kilkenny, 41-43.

Walton, Julian C. (ed.): The Claim of Pierce Bryan of Jenkinstown, 1717, 44-46.

Kennedy, Joe: Cromwell in Callan, 47-51.

Phelan, Margaret M.: The Stoneyford and Freshford Chalices, 52-54.

Fr. Columbkille: Kilcooly Abbey, part one, 55-63.

Moore, Fionnbarr: A Bronze Age Burial at Killinane, near Bagenalstown, Co. Carlow, 64-68.

Kirwan, John: The Woodstock-Bessborough Connection, 69-72.

McEvoy, Frank: The Power of Kilfane portraits, 73-74.

Hayburn, Edmund Langton: The sale of the Langton mansion on High Street, Kilkenny, 75-77.

document: Duke of Ormonde's Spanish prayer book, 1853 [from diary of John, 2nd Marquess of Ormonde], 81.

document: Bust of John Banim in Kilkenny Tholsel, 1853 [from diary of John, 2nd Marquess of Ormonde], 81.

Errata, O.K.R. 1977, 'Sir Dudley Colles', by Richard Colles Johnson, 87.

newspaper article (Cincinatti Daily Enquirer, 14 June 1826): Demise of Paris Anderson, 1857, 90.

How different today [Marquess of Ormonde visits museum of Kilkenny Archaeological Society] (from diary of John, 2nd Marquess of Ormonde), 90.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 3 No 2 (1985)

Curran, Simon: The merino factory at Ennisnag, Co. Kilkenny, 105-120.

Crotty, Gerard: Seals of the House of Ormond, Part one, 121-128.

Ó Meachair, Liam: Irish language survivals in the speech of the people in Co. Kilkenny, 129-134.

O'Dwyer, Michael: Land occupation, usage and problems in County Kilkenny, 1760-1845, 135-146.

Doyle, John: The water mills of Kilkenny, 147-160.

Lightbown, R.W.: Some eighteenth and early nineteenth century visitors to Kilkenny-part two, 161-173.

McEvoy, Frank: Gowran in maps, 174-176.

Fr. Columbkille, O.C.R.: Kilcooly Abbey-part two, 177-182.

Prendergast, Ellen: A spearhead with a difference, 183-186.

Manning, Con: A note on Dinn Ríg, 187-188.

O hOgáin, Eamonn: Amhlaoibh O Súilleabháin agus a mhuintir in 1821, 189-190.

Ireland, Aideen: Colonel Philip Vigors, 191-194.

Prendergast, Ellen: The Vigors collection, 195.

document: Final hours of the first Marquess of Ormonde, 1838, [extract from unpublished diary of 2nd Marquis of Ormonde, 1808-1854],146.

document: Mystery in Dublin house, [extract from unpublished diary of 2nd Marquis of Ormonde, 1808-1854],160.

document: My childhood, 1830 [extract from unpublished diary of 2nd Marquis of Ormonde, 1808-1854], 182.

FitzMaurice, S.A..: Museum Report [including list of donations, 1985], 208-213.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 3 No 3 (1986)

Whelan, Kevin: County Kilkenny priests in Newfoundland, 242-255.

Mullagh, M. & Condon, L.: History of Stephens Barracks, Kilkenny, 256-266.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Rev. James Graves (1816-1886), 267-276.

Watson, Rowan: A fifteenth century prayer book from St. Kieran's College library, 277-282.

Kenealy, M.: The Antiquities of St. Patrick's parish, 283-287.

Rev. Brother Kieran: The Antiquities of St. Patrick's parish: St. Patrick's de la Salle, 1886-1986, 288.

McCarthy, May: The Antiquities of St. Patrick's parish: Memories of the Village, 289-291.

Phelan, Margaret M.: The Antiquities of St. Patrick's parish: Butler house, 292.

Prendergast, Ellen: An ancient repair method, 293-294.

Hegarty, Maureen: Fr. Joseph Broughall, 295-298.

Kealy, Carmel: Callan in the early 20th century, 299-301.

Ryan, John: Kilmanahan, An early monastic site, 302-304.

Nevill, Ted: Kilkenny black marble, 305.

Sr. M. Paschal: Ballyragget Lodge, 306.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 3 No 4 (1987)

Hogan, Patrick: The Callan Schism, 1869-1879, 339-357.

Mannion, John: Kilkennymen in Newfoundland, 358-363.

Flannery, Pearl: Wilford, the Bishop's House, 364-367.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Knocktopher, 368-375.

Kealy, Carmel: Callan Memories, 379-383.

Hegarty, Maureen: Dr. Richard Pococke's travels in Ireland, England and Wales, 388-398.

O Fearghail, Fearghus: From Tuam to Ballyspellan, 399-405.

Brennan, J.: Newtown-An historic note, 406-407.

Harte, Rita: Tombstones at Newtown Earley, 408-417.

Prendergast, Ellen: The birthplace of Father Matt Keeffe, 418-421.

Condit, Thomas & Gibbons, Michael: An example of rock art at Brandonhill, Co. Kilkenny, 422-424.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 3 No 5 (1988)

Brennan, Monica A.: Blundens of Kilkenny, 456-467.

MacCarthy, R.B.: Irishtown and the Great Flood of 1763, 468-481.

Hanly, Lucy: Aspects of primary school education in Kilkenny City in the nineteenth century-free education as operated under the National School system, 482-491.

Kennedy, Joseph: Thomas Shelly of Callan (1823-1905): his life and times, 492-502.

Nevill, Ted:Kilkenny Bird's Eye Marble, 502.

Walton, Julian C. (ed.): Kilkenny Will Abstracts by Edmund Walsh Kelly, 503-520.

Smithwick, Peter: Saint Francis Abbey, 521-526.

Smithwick, Peter: Saint Canice's Well, 526-527.


Old Kilkenny Review, Second Series Vol 4 No 1 (1989)

Pike, H.K. Joan: Medieval fonts, 572-582, 597-8.

Halpin, T. B.: A history of brewing in Kilkenny, 583-591.

Brennan, John: Tom Moore & George Bryan, 592-597.

Higgins, James: Early Christian & medieval sculptures, 599-610.

Kenealy, Mary: A Kilkenny character, 611-613.

Brennan, Monica A.: The Smyths of Damma, 614-621.

Kealy, Carmel: Old cures, 622-623.

Harte, Rita: The musical O'Carroll family, 624.

Silverman, Marilyn: Local history in Co. Kilkenny, 625-649.


Old Kilkenny Review Vol.4 No.2 (1990)

Hughes, Una: Johnstown, 700-709.

O'Donnell, Michael: Kilkenny and the reprieve of Thomas Bourke, Fenian, 1867, 710-716.

Cantwell, Brian J.: Rosbercon Churchyard, 717-730.

Hughes, E.W.: Republican Courts 1918-1923: A unique experiment, 731-744.

Phelan, Margaret M.: The Archdekins or MacCodys, 745-759.

Brennan, James: Peter Walsh and the Confederation of Kilkenny, 760-766.

Hobson, Roy: The Mathews of Bonnetstown, County Kilkenny, 767-769.

Leonard, John: The Royal College of St. Canice (Feb-July 1690), 770-779.

anon: An old bill, 780-781.

Kilroy, Deirdre: Essays from Project 1989 Irish National Heritage: The ancient church at Newtown-Jerpoint, 782-784.


Old Kilkenny Review Vol.4 No.3 (1991)

Prendergast, Ellen: A Viking sword from Harley Park, 815-819.

McEvoy, Frank: An annotated copy of Father Connell, 820-825.

Kehoe, Imelda: Margaret Fitzgerald, wife of Piers Butler, 8th Earl of Ormond and 1st Earl of Ossory, 826-841.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Rothe House furniture, 841.

Cantwell, Ann: Miss Cronin-as I remember her, 842-847.

Manning, Conleth: Hugh the Clerk, 848-852.

Hall, Mark E.: Two Early Christian grave slabs from Dysert, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny, 853-858.

Hoyne, Liam: Ballygerdra boundary disputes, 859-871.

Cronin, Ailbhe; Hunt, Eoin & Prendergast, Ellen: Castlegarden sweat-house, Co. Kilkenny, 872-882.

Ryan, John: Two ancient sites at Boolyglass in south Co. Kilkenny, 883-884.

Kennedy, Joe: Coca-Cola (the Callan connection), 885-894.

de hÓir, Siobhán: Col. Vigors, Lord Walter Fitzgerald and the Journal of the Assocation for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead in Ireland, 895-899.

Silverman, Marilyn: Doing local history in County Kilkenny: an index to the Probate Court papers, 1858-1883. Part 2, I-Z, 900-915.


Old Kilkenny Review Vol.4 No.4 (1992)

Brennan, James: Dunamaggan settlement history, 1650-1800, 958-967.

Brennan-Holahan, Mary P.: Catherine A. O'Brien - stained-glass artist, (with special reference to her work in Co. Kilkenny), 968-672.

Bradley, John & King, Heather A.: Archaeological trial excavations in Kilkenny, 973-987.

Silverman, Marilyn: From Kilkenny to the sea, by river, canal tram or rail? The politics of transport in the early nineteenth century, 988-1011.

Birthistle, Dorcas: Medieval tomb slab at Freneystown, 1012-1013.

O Bolguidhir, Liam: The early years of the Gaelic League in Kilkenny, 1014-1026.

anon. [document]: Bookplate of Lady Desart, designed by Jack B. Yeats, 1026.

Prendergast, Ellen: A fertility figure from Tullaroan, 1027-1031.

Kehoe, Imelda: Myles Walter Keogh (1840-1876), 1032-1046.

Hughes, Una: By the Linaun, 1047-1056.

Phelan, Margaret M. & Cantwell, Ann: Katie O'Neill, weaver and mill worker, 1057-1064.

Callery, Maureen: A link with Kilkenny, 1064.

Cotter, Claire: Archaeological excavations at Dean Street, Kilkenny 1990, 1065-1076.


Old Kilkenny Review Vol.4 No.5 (1993)

Gulliver, P.H. & Silverman, Marilyn: Hucksters and petty retailers in Thomastown, 1880-1945, 1094-1100.

Callery, Maureen: Wave to the fairies, 1100.

Murtagh, Ben: The Kilkenny Castle Archaeological Project, 1990-1993: interim report, 1101-1117.

anon.: The works of the Banim Brothers, 1117.

Dooley, Terence A.M.: The decline of the Ormonde estate, 1893-1950, 1118-1140.

Manning, Conleth: Two medieval graveslabs with French inscriptions from Parliament Street, Kilkenny, 1141-1145.

Doyle, Joe: The "Callan Case" and the National School clerical manager, 1146-1158.

Brennan, John: Jenkinstown Oratory, 1159-1163.

Hall, Mark E.: A hacksilver find from Dysart, Thomastown, 1164-1165.

Fitzgerald, Michael: Frankfort and its Castle, 1166-1169.

Moylan, Séamus: At the Edge of the Abyss: poems by Brian Mac Giolla Phádraig (c.1580-c.1652), 1170-1180.

Ireland, Aideen: Two Ponsonby letters, 1181-1185.

Prendergast, Ellen: Images of the Holy Trinity - two new examples, 1186-1194.

Lightbown, Mary: Memorial to a poetess: John Flaxman's monument to Mary Tighe, 1195-1207.

Hoyne, Liam: The Shee family of Garrandarragh, 1208-1214.

Murtagh, Harman: Kilkenny Colonels and their regiments in the Jacobite War, 1689-91, 1215-1227.

Phelan, Margaret M.: The Rothe Monument-St. Mary's, Kilkenny, 1228-1233.


Old Kilkenny Review No.46 (1994)

Tierney, Ann: The world outside Kilkenny in 1594, 4-9.

O'Dwyer, Michael: Rothe House-owners, leases and tenants, 10-19.

Halpin, Thomas B.: Kilkenny U.S.A., 20-22.

Comerford, Patrick: John Comerford of Ballybur (1598-1667): tracing his later life, 23-36.

Healy, William [1893]: Rothe House in 1619 (from the will of John Roth Fitzpiers of 31 March 1619), 37.

Hughes E.W.: The shooting on Brandon, 38-50.

Thompson, Glenn F.: The lineage of the Kilkenny Militia, 51-53.

Newspaper advertisement 1822: The Leinster Union Society, 53.

Banim, John [1849]: Rothe House c.1808, 54-56.

newspaper announcement: Kilkenny Yeomanry Corps 1808.

Law, Edward J.: The presentation plate of the Corporation of the City of Kilkenny 1684-1834, 57-74.

newspaper advertisement 1815: Mr J Banim (painter), 74

Birthistle, Dorcas: Lime and lime-kilns, 75-77.

Murtagh, Ben: Archaeological investigations at Dysart, Co. Kilkenny 1989-1994: an interim report, 78-94.

James, C.E. [1884]: Rothe House in 1884, 95.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Kilkenny Archaeological Society 1945-1994, 96-104.

McEvoy, Dan: Blacksmiths in Kilkenny, 105-110.

Newspaper article 1809: traffic to keep to left, 110.

Johnston, Mairead M.: The Rothe House collection: an Aladdin's cave of costume and textiles, 111-119.

O'Dwyer, Michael: A Kilkenny printer's will, 120-121.

Newspaper article 1809: subscription to build new chapel at Graiguenamanagh, 121.

Kirwan, John: The Robbins family of Ballyduff and Firgrove, Co. Kilkenny-a preliminary study, 122-135.


Old Kilkenny Review No.47 (1995)

Curry, Kevin: Patrick Corcoran (1879-1920): Kilkennyman, nationalist and woodcarver, 6-10.

O'Sullivan, Muiris: The eastern tomb at Knockroe, 11-30.

Phelan, Margaret M.: A Kilkenny plaque in Hampstead, 31-32.

Law, Edward J.: The Merry Harriers Club, 33-40.

O'Shea, Mary: St. Canice's Muckalee: an Early Christian site, 41-43.

anon.: Torments of the provincial Press [newspaper extracts 1834], 43.

Fewer, Thomas Gregory: Famine mortality in South Kilkenny: a parochial microcosm, 44-57.

Kirwan, John: A Bernard Scalé estate map of the townlands of Ballygub and Clonamery, Inistioge, County Kilkenny, 58-62.

Lenox-Conyngham, Melosina: Some Kilkenny diaries, 63-76.

newspaper announcement 1818: application for job of organist at St. Mary's, 76.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: A previously unrecorded medieval grave slab from under Blackfriars Bridge, Kilkenny, 77-79.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Kilkenny Archaeological Society 1945-1994: Personnel, 80-89.

O Fearghail, Fearghus: Fulachta Fiadh in the shadow of the Walsh Mountains, 90-93.

newspaper report 1768: account of a hunt, 93.

Hoyne, Liam: Myhills of Killarney, Co. Kilkenny: their landowning predecessors and successors, 94-108.

Halpin, T.B.: Malthouse memories, 109-113.

O'Dwyer, Michael: The Famine in Kilkenny, as reported in the Kilkenny Journal newspaper, September 1845 to March 1848, 114-126.

Brennan, James: Monastic sites in ancient Ossory: an archaeological view, 127-139.

Law, Edward J.: The school that Mrs. Pack built, 140-145.

anon.: Editorial encouragement from the Kilkenny Journal [newspaper extracts 1834], 145.


Old Kilkenny Review No.48 (1996)

deLoughry, A. & Ní Dhubhluachra, Pádraigín: Patrick Corcoran: a postscript, 7-8.

McKeogh, T.K.: Dr. Joseph Lalor, (1811-1886): "A credit to Ireland", 9-19.

newspaper article 1841 [Kilkenny Journal]: To Correspondents, 19.

Dyer, John S.: Election of a portrieve at Inistioge 1760, 20-22.

Patterson, Tony: Illegal Outdoor Relief in Kilkenny Workhouse, 23-37.

newspaper article 1806: setting up Orphan Society in ?Kilkenny, 37.

Hegarty, Maureen: Among the Society's collections: the Museum, 38-39.

Phelan, Margaret M.: An unidentified tomb in St. Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, 40-44.

Law, Edward J.: Kilkenny Connections with the Irish Trade Exhibitions of 1852 and 1853, 45-54.

newspaper article 1844: Kilkenny Petty Sessions, March 1844, 54.

Landy, Mr. J.: Dr. John Cormick: from Tullaghaught Parish to Tabriz, Persia, 55-56.

Lightbown, Ronald W.: Impressions of nineteenth-century Kilkenny (1800-50), 57-80.

anon.: Kilkenny flood of 1763, 81-83.

O'Bolguidhir, Liam: The Butte Irish, 84-91.

anon.: Mentioned in passing [C18-19 newspaper obituaries], 92-93.

O'Fearghail, Fearghus: Some Ossory medieval inscriptions revisited, 94-105.

Tierney, Ann: Among the Society's collections: the Library, 106-107.

McEvoy, Dan: Thomas Dowling's hearse, 108-111.

Tennyson, Michael: A likely crannog site explored at Loughmerans, Kilkenny, 112-116.

Law, Edward J.: Cholera in Kilkenny, 1832-33, 117-122.

newspaper announcement 1772: recruiting for the Marines, 123.


Old Kilkenny Review No.49 (1997)

Jordan, Peter: Kilkenny art gallery, 5-28.

Cody, Eamon: John O'Donovan and the field named 'Gaul's Garden' on the Ordnance Map, 29-32.

McCan, Anthony: A brief history of the Haydens of Caherlesk, 33-47.

Langrishe, Hugh, R.: Richard Langrishe, F.R.I.A.I., F.R.S.A.I, 1834-1922, 48-65.

Law, Edward J.: The origins and early years of Kilkenny gasworks, 66-73.

Patterson, Tony: Famine fever in Kilkenny, 74-88.

Kirwan, John: The Walsh family of Lower Grange, Goresbridge, County Kilkenny, 89-106.

Brennan, James: The cult of St Ciaran in Cornwall and beyond, 107-117.

Murtagh, Ben: The medieval parish church and graveyard of St. Nicholas, Newtown Jerpoint, 118-129.

Law, Edward J.: The Rothe House Collection: a set of livery buttons? 130.

McEvoy, Dan: My years in the Monster House, 131-138.

Shortall, William: The Carrigan letters, 139-151.

McEvoy, Frank: A glimpse at Famine days in Kilkenny, 152-162.

Ryan, P.J.: Memories of the old Waterford ferry, 163-165.

Halpin, Thomas B.: Local history from the national census returns, 166-178.

Crotty, Gerard: The Langrishe quarterings, 179-187.

Burgess, Eleanor: Some thoughts on Kilkenny Studies in honour of Margaret M. Phelan, 188-196.

Meagher, Jon, et al.: Field boundaries of Conahy, 210-213.


Old Kilkenny Review No.50 (1998)

McEvoy, Dan: Some World War I veterans in Kilkenny, 7-9.

Brennan, James: Richard Ledrede, bishop of Ossory-towards a new assessment, 10-19.

Phelan, Margaret M.: A tomb frontal in St Canice's cathedral, Kilkenny, 20-23.

Murtagh, Ben: The medieval parish church and graveyard of St. Nicholas, Jerpoint, bibliography, 23.

Manion, Patricia Jean: The Haydens of Caherlesk in North America, 24-42.

Dyer, John S.: The almshouse at Inistioge, 43-47.

Murtagh, Ben: The New Building, an eighteenth century house, New Building Lane, Kilkenny, 48-66.

Patterson, Tony: Robert Cane and Young Ireland, 67-82.

Cockerham, Paul: A Butler tomb at Aharney, County Kilkenny, 83-98.

Tenison, Michael: Field Systems explored in the Inistioge area, 99-111.

John, Kirwan: Mount Juliet, 112-139.

Doyle, Joe: Kilcumney-its origins, aftermath & legacy-a review, 140-143.

Comerford, Patrick: The Church of Ireland in County Kilkenny and the diocese of Ossory during the 1798 rising, 144-182.


Old Kilkenny Review No.51 (1999)

McGinn, Brian: America's first Irish visitor, 7-9.

Kirwan, John: Pompeo Batoni and his Kilkenny sitters, 10-18.

Brady, Margery: Yeats-the Kilkenny connection, 19-23.

Phelan, Margaret M.: Mary, Kitty & Rita-the three Harte sisters, 24-27.

Boaz, Thomas: The Archdeacon (Cody) family in the American South 1730-1875, 28-43.

Halpin, Thomas B.: The 1659 census, 44-49.

Doyle, Joseph: Kilkenny District Model School, 50-74.

Kiely, Richard: A letter from America, 75-79.

Shirley, C. Ashton: The Shirley eviction from their farm at Burnchurch in 1850, 80-87.

Sinsteden, Thomas: The 1718 Kilkenny presentation of Freedom to Richard Tighe of Dublin, 88-91.

Comerford, Patrick: From India to Brazil: Nicholas Comerford, a seventeenth-century Kilkenny-born cartographer, 92-102.

Williams, Jeremy: The lost Swiss cottage of Woodstock: its architecture and its illustrations, 103-111.

Patterson, Tony: The reform of Kilkenny Corporation in the Repeal year of 1843, 112-127.


Old Kilkenny Review No.52 (2000)

Crotty, Gerard: The arms of Tighe, 5-18.

Brady, Margery: Two Robertson houses at John's Quay, Kilkenny, 19-25.

Murtagh, Ben: Kilmurry Castle and other related sites in Slieverue Parish, in the light of recent excavations, 26-108.

Patterson, Tony: Alderman Richard Connell's book, 109-115.

Kiely, Jacinta: Archaeological excavation at No. 26 Patrick Street, Kilkenny, 116-122.

Harris, Amy Louise: A newly discovered 'Kerin' tomb at Thomastown, County Kilkenny 123-130.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Kilkenny men and the Hôtel Royal des Invalides, 131-155.

McCoole, Sinéad: A family in the Phelan Room, Rothe House, Kilkenny 156-161.

Murphy, William: John Holland, artist of the American depression, 162-176.


Old Kilkenny Review No.53 (2001)

Conway, Michael A.: The Hole in the Wall, Kilkenny: an inner house of Archer's Mansion, 1582, 6-24.

McQuillan, Peter: It said in the papers-1901, 25-28.

Patterson, Tony: Sovereigns of the town of Kilkenny, 1282-1608, 29-35.

Brennan, Michael: An examination of the modern Celtic cross, 36-52.

Manning, Conleth: A suspected case of arson in sixteenth century Co. Kilkenny, 53-63.

McCarron, Fidelma & McCarron, Edward T.: The Atlantic world of Kavanagh and Cottrill, 64-81.

Manning, Conleth & Scarry, John: Photographs of Kilkenny interest from a Victorian album, 82-88.

Fewer, T.G.: The hearth money roll of 1665 for the city of Kilkenny. Extracted from the Kilkenny Moderator (1892), 89-102.

Birthistle, Dorchas: O'Loughlin Memorial Church of St. John the Evangelist, Kilkenny, 103-123.

Ní Dhubhluachra, Padraigín: An tAthair J K Fielding, 124-127.

Cullen, C.J.: The Parade terrace, Kilkenny, 128-139.

Kehoe, Imelda: George Berkeley and Thomas Prior, lifelong friends, 140-148.

Hughes, Una: Photographic exhibition, Rothe House, 149-151.


Old Kilkenny Review No.54 (2002)

Law, Edward: The Richard Colles Johnson bequest, 5-15.

anonymous: The round tower [Tullaherin, near Bennetsbridge], 16-17

Norton, Desmond: On Viscount Frankfort's Kilkenny estates in the 1840s 18-40.

Cassin, Mary: It said in the papers-1904, 41-49.

Sharma, Babita, Wait, Gerald & Ozmin, Elizabeth: Rothe House-A history, 53-75.

McEvoy, Dan: Kelly Coachbuilders 76-81.

Pinchin, Harry: Thomastown Recollections, 82-92.

Patterson, Tony: Mayors of the city of Kilkenny 1609-2002, 93-99.

McEvoy, Francis: Patrick M Egan, 100-112.

Hughes, Una: In the Borough of St. Kenny, 113-130.

Law, Edward J.: Notes on Kilkenny architects and buildings, 131-139.

Long, Winifred: Rectangular enclosure at Knockdrina, 140-143.


Old Kilkenny Review No.55 (2003)

Law, Edward J.: The bells & bellringers of St Canice's Cathedral, 6-10.

Shine, Linda: The cantred of Erley: a case study of manorial organisation, 11-25.

Murtagh, Ben: Work begins on Talbot tower, Kilkenny, 26-29.

The Integrated Conservation Group (Edward J. Law, ed.): The Bishop's palace, Kilkenny, 30-53.

Walsh, Colm J.: It said in the papers-1847, 54-57.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: Kilkenny reclaimed: the archaeological evidence for medieval reclamation in Kilkenny city, 58-69.

newspaper article (Kilkenny Moderator, 22 November, 1865): The colonnade, St Canice's Cathedral, 70-71.

newspaper article (Kilkenny Journal, 22 December, 1832): Travellers' Home, 71.

Patterson, Tony: Enactments of the Dernhundred in Kilkenny 1516-1544, 72-85.

newspaper article (The Leinster Journal, 7 June, 1769): Cathedral longevity, 85.

McEvoy, Francis: Farm accounts on a Co. Kilkenny estate 1846-47, 86-96.

Neary, Patrick J.H.: Archaeological excavation of early medieval burials at Cooleeshalmore, Threecastles, Co. Kilkenny, 97-104.

newspaper article (Finn's Leinster Journal, 20 May, 1772): untitled [bigamy and forgery case], 104.

Hughes, Una: In the Borough of St Kenny (2), 105-118.

McGrath, Brid: The nomination of Kilkenny MPs in 1628, 119-125.

Cullen, Charlie: The history of St John's bridge, Kilkenny, 126-140.

newspaper article (Kilkenny Moderator, 27 June, 1857): Cathedral bees, 140.

Law, Edward J.: The tomb of John, 2nd Marquess of Ormonde, St Canice's cathedral, 141-148.

Murtagh, Ben: Architectural stone fragments stored to the rear of Rothe House, 149-152.

newspaper article (Kilkenny Journal, 8 November, 1843): Vandalism in Cathedral Close, 148.


Old Kilkenny Review No.56 (2004)

Doyle, Ian W., & O’Meara, Brenda: Medieval grave slabs recovered from the River Nore, St John’s Bridge, Kilkenny City, 6-20.

Walsh, Colm A.: Model of Duiske Abbey, 21-23.

Cullen, Charles J.: Mahon & McPhillips, Ltd., 1947–1988: an oral history, 24-43.

.document: Tolls and customs at Graiguenamanagh, 44-45.

Patterson, Tony: The Irishtown and the Hightown: uneasy neighbours, 46-62

newspaper article: ‘To be sold reasonable’ Finn’s Leinster Journal, 30 March 1774. (note), 62.

McGurran, Seamus: It said in the papers – 1922, 63-68.

newspaper article: ‘Removal of Kilkenny market-cross’ Finn’s Leinster Journal, 9 February 1771. (note), 68.

Higgins, Kevin: Chomolungma – The Kilkenny Connection, 69-79.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: Probing the past: a geophysical survey at St Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny, 80-106.

Crotty, Gerard: An heraldic reminder of King Henry VIII, 107-112.

Murray, Colm: The stones of Duiske Abbey, Graiguenamanagh, 113-120.

newspaper article: ‘The proposed new bridge’ Kilkenny Moderator, 12 August 1857. (note), 120.

Cullen, Charles J.: A Kilkenny builder’s time-book, 1896, 121-124.

newspaper article: the New Bridge at Graige is now quite passable. Finn’s Leinster Journal, 22 August 1772. (note), 62.

Lynch, Breda: Jerpoint Abbey: an historical perspective, 125-138

Law, Edward J.: Kilkenny Mechanics’ Friend Society, 139-143.

newspaper article: new revolving cage at Tholsel for punishing minor offences. Finn’s Leinster Journal, 10 November 1770. (note), 143.

newspaper article: Thomastown Benevolent Society Kilkenny Journal and Leinster Commercial and Literary Advertiser, 25 October 1837. 144-146.


Old Kilkenny Review No.57 (2005)

Stevens, Paul (with contributions by Dr. Ingeliese Stuijts and Laureen Buckley): New evidence for the Bronze and Iron Ages in County Kilkenny: the 1999 gas pipeline excavations, 7-31.

Doyle, Ian: Excavation of a riverside circular tower in College Park, Kilkenny City, 32-42.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: Archaeological excavations at the rear of No. 63 High Street (OK House), Kilkenny City, 43-61.

Bradley, John: The priors of St. John’s, Kilkenny (O.S.A.), before the Reformation, 62-74.

McGrath, Brid: Inistioge’s elections in 1640, 75-82.

Law, Edward J.: Three Kilkenny book collectors, 83-88.

Hegarty, Maureen: Thomas Pierce Purcell: A Kilkenny man to be remembered, 89-92.

Cullen, Charles J.: Mahon & McPhillips Ltd., 1947–1988: an oral history (Part II), 93-105.

Neary, Patrick J.H.: A newly discovered Anglo-Norman ringwork castle from Purcell’s Inch townland, Kilkenny (note), 106-108.

Downey, Máire: William of Kilkenny, Bishop of Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire (note), 109-112.

Devine, Emma & Marshall, Sinead: Fragments of Kilkenny’s Renaissance past in Dean St., Kilkenny (note), 113-117.

Bradley, John: The decline and fall of Leinster: a review article, 118-124.


Old Kilkenny Review No.58 (2006)

Clutterbuck, Richard; Elliot, Ian & Shanahan, Brian: The motte and manor of Callan, Co. Kilkenny, 7-28.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: A collection of previously unpublished medieval burial monuments from St. Mary’s Church, Kilkenny City, 29-44.

document: from a series of travel letters published in 1779: ‘Letter XIV. A description of the caverns near Kilkenny’, 45-46.

Stevens, Paul: Four excavations in Kilkenny City (1999–2001): Part 1. The Medieval findings, 47-66.

Devine, Emma: Rich pickings from a Medieval potter’s yard at MacDonagh Station, Kilkenny City, 67-70.

Manning, Conleth: Ballyshanemore Castle, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny and the eponymous Seán Mór, 71-76.

Bradley, John: The creation of The Parade: Ormond’s deal with Kilkenny Corporation, 1677, 77-116.

anonymous: Authors’ presentation inscriptions in books in KAS library. Some bookplates in the Kilkenny Archaeological Society library, 117-119

Dunleavy, John J.: Paulstown and 1798, 120-123.

document: from a series of travel letters published in 1779: ‘Letter XIII – Kilkenny’, 124-126.

McEvoy, Francis: The Wemyss family of Danesfort, Co. Kilkenny, 127-138.

Ó Bolguidhir, Liam: The military in Kilkenny 1800–1870, 139-151.

newspaper articles: vandalism at Mount Juliet bridge, pollution of Walkin’s Lough, teachers for young ladies, new sporting tackle shop, inheritance case, 152-153.

O Meara, Brenda: A preliminary account of recent excavations adjacent to Kilkenny Union Workhouse, 154-162.

Mac Giolla Dé, Tomás: The last Lord Galmoy, 163-172.

Larkin, Ronald: The fatal picture of Desart Court, 173-175.

Halpin, Thomas B.: Kilkenny’s titled landowners in 1876, 176-178.

Hamilton, Kathie (compiler): Kilkenny traveller stories, 179-184.

Bradley, John: The town wall of Kilkenny revisited: a review article, 185-195.


Old Kilkenny Review No.59 (2007)

Dowd, Marion A.; Lynch, Linda G. & McCarthy, Margaret: Recent archaeological discoveries in Dunmore Cave, County Kilkenny: further questions regarding Viking Age activity at the site, 7-17.

Stevens, Paul: Four excavations in Kilkenny City (1999-2001): Part 2 the Late Medieval findings, 18-37.

Tierney, Ann: A record of some Kilkenny imports in the late sixteenth century, 38-47.

Manning, Conleth: The Delahunty grave slab in St Francis’ Abbey, Kilkenny City, 48-51.

Boran, Elizabethanne: A third reformation? ‘Persecution and oppressions’ in seventeenth century Kilkenny, 52-68.

Ó Ciobháin, Breandán: The River Nore—An Fheoir, 69-70.

Ramón, Marta: James Stephens and Kilkenny: the making of a Fenian chief, 71-79.

Corlett, Christiaan: The Kilkenny Museum (1849–1910) of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, 80-97.

Law, Edward: The town bell and clock, 98-103.

Hughes, Una: Nineteenth Century Kilkenny—a healthy place? Part I, 104-114.

Gavin, Alyson: The Whites of Gowran House, 115-128.

Hegarty, Maureen: Beginnings: the early years of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society in Rothe House, 129–131.


Old Kilkenny Review No.60 (2008)

Laidlaw, Graeme: The Ballykeoghan burnt mound, 7-15.

McCarthy, John: Two castles at Coolhill and Clogaralt in County Kilkenny, 16-33.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilín: The Rothe family garden rediscovered: an interim report on the 2007 archaeological excavation project, 34-47.

McQuillan, Róisín: The Rothe House family garden, 48-53.

Bradley, John: A lease of 1573 relating to the Corpus Christi plays in Kilkenny, 54-69.

Bergin, Denis: In search of James – celebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of James Hoban, architect and builder of the White House, 70-77.

Popper, Deborah E.: A notable precursor – Christopher Colles and the mapping of America, 78-88.

Lane, Pádraig: The IRB, Labour and Parnell: the Kilkenny factor, 89-93.

O’Dwyer, Michael: The Ormonde Mills throughout the centuries, 94-103.

Halpin, Thomas B.: The Sweetman family, 104-106.

Grace, Pierce A: ‘Carbuncles, ulcers and pustules’ – the Black Death in Ireland 1348-49, 107-112.

Hughes, Una: Nineteenth century Kilkenny – a healthy place? part II, 113-135.

Law, Edward J.: Early dentists in Kilkenny, 125-129.

McEvoy, Francis: The metal man of Danesfort, 130-138.

Joyce, John: Duiske Abbey cemetery—its Mass house and school, 139-143.

Law, Edward J.: A question answered, 144-145.

########: Archaeological Society in Rothe House, 129–131.


Old Kilkenny Review No.61 (2009)

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilin; Bradley, John, Jennings, Richard, McCullough, Leah & Healy, John: The Kilkenny Archaeological Project, 7-19.

Stevens, Paul: Coady’s Castle Redoubt, Galmoy, Co. Kilkenny: Archaeological excavations of a post-medieval earthwork fort (1999), 20-36.

Laidlaw, Graeme: Breaking pots: the grooved ware assemblage from Scart, Co. Kilkenny, 37-46.

Larkin, Eileen: ‘A very clever scoundrel’—a case of identity fraud in the Wheeler-Cuffe Collection, 47-49.

Larkin, Eileen: A royal visit to Kilkenny, 1904, 50-64.

Law, Edward J.: The Masonic movement in Co. Kilkenny, 65-71.

O’Connor, Thomas: David Rothe (c. 1573–1650): bishop and historian, 73-84.

Tierney, Ann: The Bristol trade of John Rothe and other Kilkenny merchants in 1594-1595 and 1600-1601, 85-101.

Downey, Maire: Goodbye and good riddance: landlord assisted emigration in the 19th century, 102-109.

Walsh, Walter: An exile remembers: Kikenny City and environs around 1840, 110-120.

Grace, Pierce A.: Our Father Francis MacManus: Kilkenny man, teacher, writer and broadcaster, 121-127.

Murtagh, Ann: ‘Doing the Christmas Business’, Christmas shopping in Kilkenny city in the late 1930s, 128-137.


Old Kilkenny Review No.62 (2010)

Law, Edward J.: Good Evans, bad Grace. Evans, Grace and Whelan, philanthropist, forger and murderer, 7-13.

Hand, Tony: William Colles and the Nore navigation, 14-28.

Hegarty, Susan: Early Holocene deposit beneath Abbey Street, Kilkenny City, 29-35.

Grace, Pierce A.: ‘I despise your offer’ How Sheffield Grace embellished his family history, 36-43.

O’Dwyer, Michael: The Kilkenny Library Society, 44-48.

Brady, Margery: The Confederation Hall and Market Yard, 49-55.

Law, Edward J.: English Academy, Kilkenny, 56-62.

Hegarty, Maureen: ‘I must be talking to my friends’ Micheál Mac Liammóir in Rothe House, 63-67.

Ó Drisceoil, Cóilin & Nicholls, John: Geophysical surveys at Freestone Hill, Danesfort, St. Kilmolig’s Church (Purcellsinch) and Castlefield, 68-84.

Law, Edward J.: Illuminated addresses, 85-90.

Lewis, Andrew: The Grand Jury maps of County Kilkenny, 91-95.

Law, Edward J.: Thomas Chaplin and other Kilkenny cabinet makers, 96-103.

document: Breakfast shelter petition, 1906, 104-107.

McEvoy, Frank: An excursion to Kilcooley Abbey 18th August 1912, 108-111.

Nolan, Pat: A flavour of the Liber Primus Kilkenniensis 1231–1537, 112-116

newspaper articles: Chalk Sunday—contrasting views [Illustrated London News 19 March 1859, The Kilkenny Moderator 13 February 1856], 117-118.