The Archaeological and Historical Society, Co. Kerry

This page is ‘under construction’ in that all years and volumes have yet to be checked. For the moment, you can take it that if a volume indicates that it covers more than one year and there are two parts then one part was published in one year and the other in the next year. This has to be confirmed. Missing volumes have yet to be indexed. – May 2004

The years covered are listed here, and the titles of articles published in those years are to be found on this page. The only links to be found on this page are those that lead back to the Journal Index etc. Other links, that is those from the years listed below to the list of articles for those years will only be added as they are checked.

1968, No. 1
County Kerry’s Historical Societies. Thomas Armitage p. 5
Beaker Pottery in Ireland. Aedeen Cremin Madden p.9
Castleisland Charter School. Michael Quane p.25
Philip Ronayne, Gent. F. M. Hilliard p.41
Studies in West Munster History. 1. The Regnal Succession

in Ciarraighe Luachra, 741-1165. Donncha Ó Corráin p.46
Some travellers in Kerry. Seán Ó Lúing pp. 56-72
Charles O’Brien’s Agricultural Survey of Kerry, 1800.
M. G. Moyles and Pádraig de Brún p73

1977, No. 10
Excavation of a Fulacht Fiadh at Dromkeen East Causeway. Dermot C. Twohig p.5
An ogham Stone and Cross-slab from Ratass Church, Tralee.
Thomas Fanning p.14
Land tenure in Kenmare and Tuosist, 1696-c. 1716. Gerard J. Lyne .pp. 19-54
Three Early nineteenth-century Dioscescan Reports. Rev. Kieran O’Shea p.55
The Franciscan Friary, Killarney,1860-1902. Rev. Patrick Cordan p.77
Robin Flower, Oileánach agus Máistir Léinn (Robin Flower, Islander and Master of Children)
Seán Ó Lúing p.111
1. Pendant Whetstone (Dermot C. Twohig); p..144
2. The Will of Henry Griffin of Riverton, 1795 (Patrick Melvin)p.145-148

1978, No. 11
Rickard O’Connell(1572-1653) Rev. Kieran O’Shea pp.5-14
Humfrey owen’s Account of the Seigniory of Castleisland in 1686
Rev. Kieran O’Shea pp.15-24
Land Tenure in Kenmare, Bonane and Tuosist, 1720-70 . Gerard J. Lyne pp.25-55

Seán Óg Ó Caomhánaigh. Seán Ó Lúing p.56
The Dingle Train in the Life and Lore of Corkaguiny
David Rowlands and Walter McGrath p.85

1983, Vol. ???
Three Kerry Souterrains. Eamonn P. Kelly p.5
The Munster Plantation Era: Rebellion, Survey and Land Transfer in North County Kerry
Patrick J. O’Connor p.15
A Castleisland Inventory, 1590
Rev. Kieran O’Shea. p.39
Thadaeus Moriarty, O.P., c. 1603-1653
Rev. Augustine Valkenburg, O.P . p.47
A Lost Fitzrnaurice Dunaire
Pádraig de Brún p.58
General John Sigismund Maguire and the Kerry Connection
Rev. Anselin Faulkner, O.F.M p.61
Some Documents concerning Valentia Erasmus Smith School, 1776-95
Pádraig de Brún pp.70-82
Lewis Dillwyn’s Visit to Kerry, 1809
Gerard J. Lyne p.83
Kildare Place Society in Kerry: III Teachers. Pádraig de Brún pp.112-156
Muiris Caomhánach i Meirice. Seán Ó Lúing p.157

1984 Vol???
Excavations at Ferriter’s Cove
P. C. Woodman, M. A. Duggan and A. McCarthy p.5
The Voyage of Saint Brendan in Old French
Catherine Jennings p.10
Bonaventure O’Connor Kerry: A Seventeenth-Century Franciscan Abroad
Rev. Cathaldus Giblin p.37
An Enterprising Cromwellian Family: The Taylors of Dunkerron
Gerard J. Lyne and Daniel Moriarty p.61
Three Eighteenth-Century Letters from Lady Theodosia Crosbie
The Knight of Glin p.77
Richard Townsend Herbert’s ‘Information of the State of Tithe in Kerry’ (1788)
Maurice J. Bric p..89
Michael Condon’s Visit to Derrynane, 1839
Rev. Bernard J. Canning p.94
The O’Connell Monument in Rome
Rev. Fearghus Ó Fearghaill p.101

An Extract from Bishop David Moriarty’s Diary, 1856
Rev. Kieran O’Shea p.113
Kruger agus a Ré. Seán Ó Lúing p.127
Kildare Place Society in Kerry: IV. Summary and Discussion
Pádraig de Brún pp.153-205

1986, Vol??

John Townsend Trench’s Reports on the Lansdowne Estates in Kerry, 1863-73 pp.5-11
The 1732 Religious Returns and the Evolution of Protestant Kerry.
David Dickson .p. 65
Tralee Voters in 1835. Pádraig de Brúnpp.73-79
William Maunsell Hennessy, Celtic Scholar, 1829-89. Seán Ó Lúing p.80
Educational Innovations in the Kerry Gaeltacht, 1904-22. Thomas A. O’Donoghue p.121
Excavations at Ferriter’s Cove, 1985-6. P. C. Woodman p.136
A Wedge Tomb and other Antiquities at Drombohilly Upper.Elizabeth Twohig p.143
Excavations of Two Long Stone Cists at Dromkeen East, Causeway. Isabel Bennett p.151

1987, Vol. 20

Lament for Garrett Pierse of Aghamore. Slain at Liscarroll, 1642.
John H. Pierse and Pádraig de Brún p.5
Verbum Scriptum Manet. At tAthair Mícheál Ó Mainín p.28
The Godfrey papers: Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deeds.
Valerie McK. Bary and Jane Spring p.32-78
Marie Louise Sjoestedt, Celtic Scholar, 1900-1940. Seán Ó Lúing p.79
New Light on Material Concealed by Roger casement near Banna Strand.
Gerard J. Lyne p.94
Two Stone Circles at Uragh, Kenmare. Elizabeth Twohig p.111

1988, Vol. 21

The Kenmare Estates during the Nineteenth century. James S. Donnelly, Jr p.5
The Godfrey papers: Abstracts of Deeds, 1800-1839
Valerie McK. Bary and Jane Spring pp.42-101
Medieval Regionalism in North County Kerry: Concepts and Critteria.
Patrick J. O’Connor p. 102
Journal of a Visit to Kerry in July 1788. Gerard J. Lyne p.133
Letter to an Immigrant from an Old Inn at Lauragh, 1768.
Gerard J. Lyne pp.140-147

A history of the Development of St. Brendan’s cathedral, Ardfert.
Marie O’Sullivan p. 148
Archaeological Excavations no Abbey island, Darynane.
Catryn Power and Martin Doody p.166

1991, Vol. 22 (Bound as 1989, Vol. 22)

The Pattern of Kilmakilloge. Gerard J. Lyne p.5-34
The Godfrey Papers: Abstracts of Deed, 1840-1848
Valeric McK. Bary and Jane Spring pp.35-60
The Kenmare Estates during the Nineteenth century. James S. Donnelly, Jr p.61
Kerry Diocese in 1890: Bishop Coffey’s Survey. Pádraig de Brún p.99

1993, Vol. 23 (Bound with 1990 – my source)

The Kenmare Estates during the nineteenth century. James S. Donnelly, Jr p.5
The Godfrey papers: Abstracts of Deeds, 1850-1858.
Valerie McK. Bary and Jane Spring p.46-64
Kilmakilloge: It’s Patron Saint and Antiquities. Gerard J. Lyne p.69
The Surrender of an Armada Vessel near Tralee: An Exploration of the State Papers.
Brendan G. McCarthy p.91
Medieval Regionalism in North Count Kerry: A Region Atomised.
Patrick J. O’Connor p.109
Some Early Historic Cross-Forms and Related Motifs from the Iveragh Peninsula.
John Sheehan p.157
Brian Ó Ceallaigh, Tomás Ó Criomhthain and Sir Roger Casement.
Muiris Mac Conghail p.175
Two Kerry lead-Silver Mines: Kenmare and Castlemaine. Des Cowman p.197