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1. St. Declan's Church, Ardmore
A brief history of St. Declan's Church and the Parish Priests that were in charge of it.
2. The Wreck Of The Nellie Fleming
Owned by the The Fleming family of Youghal 'The Nellie Fleming' was wrecked off Ardmore in December 1913.
3. Joan Jameson & Norah McGuinness - Two Painters In Ardmore
Ardmore, County Waterford has been a back-ground for the work of two remarkable and deservedly acclaimed painters, Joan Jameson and Norah McGuinness.
4. The Ardmore Regatta
The Regatta in the thirties was a big event in Ardmore and usually held on a Sunday afternoon in mid August depending on tides.
5. Farrangarrett Farm House Complex Ardmore
This ruined farm house is believed to sit on the site of the ancient monastery of Saint Declan.
6. Fr. O'Donnell's Well
The story of Fr. O'Donnell's Well and how J.P. Rahilly decided to make it the Irish Lourdes.
7. St. Declan's Pattern
Abstract of thesis describing the origin and development of the Pattern of Saint Declan. Submitted to the Free University of Amsterdam for a master's degree in cultural Anthropology.
8. Ansons At Ardmore
Lady Clodagh Anson was the 'Welcome Lady' to the down-and-outs of London in the 1930s. Her epitaph at Ardmore reads;
'She never failed to help those in trouble'. In this article you can read about their holidays in Ardmore in the early 20th century.
9. Magdalen King-Hall
Magdalen King-Hall is best remembered in Ardmore as the author of 'How Small A Part Of Time' a novel based on life at Ardo House (now known as 'McKenna's'), England, and the continent during the French Revolution, another novel on the 'Life And Death Of The Wicked Lady Skelton' was subsequently made into a film, The wicked Lady, starring Margaret Lockwood and James Mason.
10. Phantoms Of The Sea
Phantom or ghost vessels, be they boats or ships, relate to tragic events at sea. They may appear beforehand as a warning or afterwards as a commemoration of the loss.
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