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Tralee ‘Roses’ stop in Fethard on their nine-day tour of Ireland
Photographed in Fethard to greet the 'Rose of Tralee' candidates on their visit to Fethard were L to R: Clíona O'Donnell, Clerical Officer, Tipperary Tourism; Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District; Marie Phelan, Tipperary Tourism Development Officer; and Katie Callaghan, Rose of Tralee International Festival.
Photographed in Fethard to greet the 'Rose of Tralee' candidates on their visit to Fethard were L to R: Clíona O'Donnell, Clerical Officer, Tipperary Tourism; Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District; Marie Phelan, Tipperary Tourism Development Officer; and Katie Callaghan, Rose of Tralee International Festival.

Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, and her fellow ‘Rose of Tralee’ contestants, arrived by bus to Fethard Horse Country Experience at 11.15am on Sunday morning last, August 14, as one of their unofficial stops on their nine-day Roses’ Tour of Ireland, on route to the International Rose of Tralee Festival on August 19-23. A large group came out to welcome the Roses and their very helpful entourage to Fethard, where they had a brief tour of Fethard Town Wall and the Horse Museum. We wish our local Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, the very best of luck in Tralee next week.

Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with fellow 'Roses' at Fethard House Country Museum on Sunday morning, August 14. Back L to R: Leitrim Rose, Saoirse Gibbons; Roscommon Rose, Bernie Ryan; Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; Sligo Rose Eiméar Mulvey; Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan; Ohio Rose, Sarah McInerney; Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan; Newfoundland and Labrador Rose, Jennifer Mackey. Front L to R: Sydney Rose, Mairéad Brennan; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; and Perth Rose, Olivia Duffy.
Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with fellow 'Roses' at Fethard House Country Museum on Sunday morning, August 14. Back L to R: Leitrim Rose, Saoirse Gibbons; Roscommon Rose, Bernie Ryan; Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; Sligo Rose Eiméar Mulvey; Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan; Ohio Rose, Sarah McInerney; Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan; Newfoundland and Labrador Rose, Jennifer Mackey. Front L to R: Sydney Rose, Mairéad Brennan; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; and Perth Rose, Olivia Duffy.

Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District, photographed with Waterford Rose, Helen Geary, when the Roses visited Fethard on Sunday morning last.
Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District, photographed with Waterford Rose, Helen Geary, when the Roses visited Fethard on Sunday morning last.

	Members of the Garda Siochána taking a break from duty to pose with 'Roses' on Sunday morning, Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; Philadelphia Rose Tara Ryan; Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; and Florida Rose, Rose Waldeck.
Members of the Garda Siochána taking a break from duty to pose with 'Roses' on Sunday morning, Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; Philadelphia Rose Tara Ryan; Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; and Florida Rose, Rose Waldeck.


Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with fellow 'Rose of Tralee' contestants at Fethard's medieval Town Wall, before leaving to continue their nine-day tour of Ireland's tourist attractions.

Photographed on their arrival to visit Fethard are L to R: Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; Florida Rose, Rose Waldeck; Monaghan Rose, Rachel Woods; Waterford Rose, Helen Geary; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; and Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan.
Photographed on their arrival to visit Fethard are L to R: Galway Rose, Clare Ann Irwin; Florida Rose, Rose Waldeck; Monaghan Rose, Rachel Woods; Waterford Rose, Helen Geary; Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; and Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan.


Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with her family in Fethard L to R: Sean O'Donavan (father), Sinead, Aisling, Teresa and Breda O'Donovan (mother).

Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District, photographed with Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; and Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan.
Cllr David Dunne, Cathaoirleach Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District, photographed with Cavan Rose, Tara Rogers; and Kilkenny Rose, Molly Coogan.

Marie Phelan (centre), Tipperary Tourism Development Officer; photographed with Monaghan Rose, Rachel Woods; and Waterford Rose, Helen Geary.
Marie Phelan (centre), Tipperary Tourism Development Officer; photographed with Monaghan Rose, Rachel Woods; and Waterford Rose, Helen Geary.

Photographed on their arrival to visit Fethard are L to R: Leitrim Rose, Saoirse Gibbons; Ohio Rose, Sarah McInerney; Newfoundland and Labrador Rose, Jennifer Mackey; Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; and Perth Rose, Olivia Duffy.
Photographed on their arrival to visit Fethard are L to R: Leitrim Rose, Saoirse Gibbons; Ohio Rose, Sarah McInerney; Newfoundland and Labrador Rose, Jennifer Mackey; Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; and Perth Rose, Olivia Duffy.

Una and Frank Fogarty, Congress Terrace, Fethard, photographed with Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan.
Una and Frank Fogarty, Congress Terrace, Fethard, photographed with Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan.

Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with Anne and Eamon Dwyer, Ballygambon, Lisronagh, in Fethard on Sunday morning last. Anne is a sister of well-known Irish actor, comedian, writer and entertainer, Pat Shortt. Eamon is a former principal of St. Patrick's Boys National School in Fethard.
Tipperary Rose, Aisling O'Donovan, photographed with Anne and Eamon Dwyer, Ballygambon, Lisronagh, in Fethard on Sunday morning last. Anne is a sister of well-known Irish actor, comedian, writer and entertainer, Pat Shortt. Eamon is a former principal of St. Patrick's Boys National School in Fethard.

Roscommon Rose, Bernie Ryan; and Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; chatting to locals on their arrival to Fethard Horse Country Museum in Fethard
L to R: Roscommon Rose, Bernie Ryan; and Philadelphia Rose, Tara Ryan; chatting to locals, Carmel Condon, Marie O'Sullivan, Margaret Ryan, and J.J. Keating (Clonmel) on their arrival to Fethard.

Mary Hanrahan (right), chair of Fethard Historical Society, giving a brief summery of Fethard's medieval background to the visiting Roses in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland.
Mary Hanrahan (right), chair of Fethard Historical Society, giving a brief summery of Fethard's medieval background to the visiting Roses in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, August 18. The numbers drawn were 6, 12, 13 and 20. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Anne Skehan. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, August 25, will be €2,300.

Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can help our Parish in a real, practical way.  Thank you for your support and the best of luck in our next weekly draw. PLAY OUR LOTTO NOW

Died Recently
The late James Barry, Rathbritt, who died on Tuesday, August 16, 2022The death has occurred on Tuesday, August 16, 2022, of James Barry, Rathbritt, Fethard, and formerly of Mellifonstown House, Bartlemy, Co. Cork, in the care of Sonas Nursing Home, Carrick-on-Suir, in his 88th year. Predeceased by his wife Katherine. Deeply regretted by his sons James, John, Donal and Kevin, his sister Joan, his brothers Tom and Dan, daughters-in-law Carol, Claire, Fiona and Racquel, grandchildren, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at home in Rathbritt on Thursday, August 18, from 5pm with removal to the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, at 7pm, to arrive at 7.30pm. Funeral Mass on Friday at 11am followed by burial in Rosegreen Cemetery. Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Stained Glass Exhibition at Clonmel Library
Shirley Clooney brough this exhibition at Clonmel library to our attention, which may be of interest to our local readers. The exhibition features photographs of stained glass windows from various churches within the area. This one featured above is from the Augustinian Abbey in Fethard.

Shirley Clooney brough this exhibition at Clonmel library to our attention, which may be of interest to our local readers. The exhibition features photographs of stained glass windows from various churches within the area. This one featured above is from the Augustinian Abbey in Fethard.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, August 16, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 13, 15, 31 and 32. No Jackpot winner and no 'Match Three' winner. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Stephen Harrington.  The next draw takes place on Tuesday, August 16, when the jackpot is €12,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Burke Street Pals – New Octogenarians!
Paddy Moloney sent us this photo of three Burke Street pals from the 1950s – now octogenarians! The photo features John 'Leadeye' McCarthy and Pat 'Paddy' Moloney pictured with Pat's sister, Jackie (Jacqueline) Curtin at a party to celebrate Pat's 80th birthday in July. John, who is six months older, reached 80 in January, and travelled from his home for the celebration.
Paddy Moloney sent us this photo of three Burke Street pals from the 1950s – two now octogenarians! The photo features John 'Leadeye' McCarthy and Pat 'Paddy' Moloney pictured with Pat's sister, Jackie Curtin at a party to celebrate Pat's 80th birthday in July. John, who is six months older, reached 80 in January, and travelled from his home for Pat's celebration.

Died Recently
The late Nick Casey who died on Sunday, August 14, 2022The death has occurred on Sunday, August 14, 2022, of Nicholas 'Nick' Casey, Monroe, Cashel Road, Fethard, peacefully at home, surrounded by his family. Deeply regretted by his wife Myra, his sons Nicholas, Pat and David, grand-daughter Chantelle, grand-son Dominick, brother Willie, sisters-in-law Kathleen and Betty, relatives and friends. May He Rest in Peace.

Reposing in McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard, on Monday, August 15, from 6pm with removal to Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Tuesday, August 16, at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. House private, please. Family flowers only. Donations, in lieu, to the Irish Cancer Society. Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, August 21, to the music of ‘Jimmy Hogan'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, August 21, to the music of ‘Jimmy Hogan'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Fethard Town Park - Primary Care Centre

Fethard Town Park are delighted to announce that Fethard Primary Care Centre is another step closer to fruition with grant of planning permission from Tipperary County Council. The new complex will be a significant addition to the town and wider area.

Big Picture - Patrician Brothers 'Cinderella' c.1955

Patrician Brothers School Production of 'Cinderella’ in the Town Hall c.1955. Back Row L to R: David Lawless, Tony McCarthy, Alan Power, Johnny Mullins, Pat Byrne, Johnny Ryan, Tim Curran, Tom O’Connell. Third Row L to R: Stuart McLellan, Dominic Morrissey, P. Hickey, Brendan Ryan, Liam Whyte, Richie Burke, Tommy Sayers, Mick O’Shea, Jim Healy, Michael Barrett, D. O’Meara. Second Row L to R: Eddie Coffey, Dick Lucey, Hugh O’Neill, Michael Maher, Jimmy Kennedy, Gerry Casey, David Ryan (father worked in The Provincial Bank). Front Row L to R: Tony Fitzgerald, Don McCarthy, Benny Shine, twins David & Chris Murphy (Rocklow Road), Michael Nevin and Michael Kenny. (supplied by Don McCarthy).

Information received
Dick Lucey contacted us to identify the missing name in the Second Row as David Ryan, whose father was the manager of the Provincial Bank in Fethard at that time - they later moved on.

You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. If you can help with further information please let us know. Your comments, names or corrections are always welcome to: fethardnews@gmail.com

Fethard & Killusty Emigrants Newsletter Articles
Club Secretaries, individuals and organisations are reminded that submissions for this year’s newsletter are now invited, as work has commenced on this year's production. We are also inviting our readers, at home and away, who may intend writing an article or have photographs, to be included in this year’s issue to be also submitted.

Please supply photographs to be scanned and returned while you wait, to Joe Kenny, or scan yourself at a high resolution and send them with captions by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com or hand them in to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, or Carmel Rice, Brookhill, Fethard.



Faces and Places from the Past

This week we have a selection of photographs taken around Fethard that will bring back memories for some of our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com


Rocklow Road photographed sometime after the new secondary school was built and officially opened on October 3, 1946.

Information received
Tommy Healy contacted us with the following information: "The photograph was taken, I am sure, in 1950. I had just moved from the Convent School to the Brothers that January. The wall featured was being built at that time. I remember seeing a mechanical shovel being used to dig the foundations and remove the debris of the stone wall which preceded the present one. The primary school is out of picture on the left, Larry Keating’s exercise paddock is on the right and the parochial house is clearly in view. Canon Ryan was then PP having arrived in 1939. The secondary school had, I remember, five classrooms; a science block was added in the early ‘60s and other extensions followed in the ‘70s and ‘80s. John McCarthy was in my year in the secondary school and Paddy Moloney was a year above us. Of the group who took the Leaving Certificate exam in 1960, just three of us remain, Tom Burke, Damien McLellan and myself.
– With good wishes, Tommy Healy."


Anyone remember where this shop was ?
Anyone remember where this shop was ?

Information received
Tommy Healy contacted us with the following information (after receiving a high resolution version of the photo):

"Thank you for the high resolution photograph. It has certainly clarified matters. The product at Paddy O’Sullivan’s elbow is now Fry’s Cocoa rather than a Wall’s product. Again the high resolution has made the figure of Paddy O’Sullivan much more recognisable. I remember him, he used to work in O'Sullivans' Chemist, with Donal and his father James, and looking back, I remember attending his funeral, three months before I left home.

The St Bruno tin has happy memories for me. I used a couple of them to keep trout flies for my many journeys to the river either at Kiltinan or Kyleavalla in pursuit of the elusive trout."

"Clarke’s Perfect Plug, St Bruno tobacco and Player's Navy Cut were widely on sale in my youth. Plug tobacco was popular among the older generation and was sold in blocks of an ounce weight or more. I remember seeing Bert Newport cutting a piece from an eight-ounce-block for a customer using a sharp half-moon-shaped knife. Pipe smokers cut thin slices off the block, rubbed them between their hands and filled their pipe with them. It usually took several matches to get the tobacco to light but, once lit, it lasted for quite a long time. Fry’s Cocoa is still on sale but is not as popular as in my youth; drinking chocolate seems to have superseded it. – With good wishes, Tommy Healy."

Every Photograph Tells a Story . . .
This photograph taken at Magorban Graveyard, reads on sign (beside vase of flowers), "Renewed and Enclosed by William & E. Toppin, Fethard 1952". Looking at the 'Magorban Graveyard Inscriptions' published online by Tipperary Studies at the following THIS LINK , we found the following reference for No 38, which appears to refer to the same grave in our photograph.

The inscription reads: "________ and enclosed by W and B Toppin, Fethard 1962. Sacred to the memory of Mr. Philip Toppin, late of Buffana departed this changeful life the 13 of June 1924 aged 62 years. Erected by his widow Mrs. Sarah Toppin. Also to the memory of Sarah Toppin who departed this life the 15 of February 1956 aged 73 years. Also their son Nicholas Toppin of Tullamaine who died 12th April 1902 aged 82 years. His wife Anne died 18th March 1917 aged 81 years/ Also their three children all of whom died at Tullamaine, Jane in 1916, Philip in 1934, John in 1950."
The sign (beside the vase of flowers) in this photograph, taken at Magorban Graveyard in the 1950s, reads, "Renewed and Enclosed by William & E. Toppin, Fethard 1952". Looking at the 'Magorban Graveyard Inscriptions' published online by Tipperary Studies at the above link, we found the following reference for No 38, which appears to refer to the same grave in our photograph above, with some minor changes, possible due to weather impairment making the stone hard to read.

The inscription referred to for No 38 reads: "Renewed and enclosed by W and B Toppin, Fethard 1962. Sacred to the memory of Mr. Philip Toppin, late of Buffana departed this changeful life the 13 of June 1924 aged 62 years. Erected by his widow Mrs. Sarah Toppin. Also to the memory of Sarah Toppin who departed this life the 15 of February 1956 aged 73 years. Also their son Nicholas Toppin of Tullamaine who died 12th April 1902 aged 82 years. His wife Anne died 18th March 1917 aged 81 years. Also their three children all of whom died at Tullamaine, Jane in 1916, Philip in 1934, John in 1950."


Information received
Eileen Scanlan contacted us with the following information: "This photograph was taken outside Hannigan’s house on the Main Street in the early 1950s. I don’t know who the men or the child are, but the two ladies are Kitty Hannigan and my mother, Mary Scanlan."

Please send any further information to : fethardnews@gmail.com

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