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Ireland Byways. History, culture, myths and legends of Ireland.

All the articles on this website were researched and written by Francis Barrister, the original creator of Ireland Byways, with the first article being  published in March 2008.

Sadly, Francis passed away in early 2018 but his work remains here for all to read.

A small group of volunteers has taken over the management of the website and will continue to add, review and create more content to this project that truly contains some outstanding research and writings about Ireland, its people, history and culture.

If you have feedback about any of the articles contained within this website please get in touch and likewise if you find any errors or ways to improve the site we would love to hear from you.

We would also love to see more people involved in this project so if you would like to collaborate in anyway just let us know.

We can be contacted at the following email address.

clive@irelandbyways.co.uk

2 thoughts on “Contact Us”

  1. Regarding: Croghan Hill

    Hello,
    I’ve been researching the Moores of Croghan and found some conflicting information to yours.
    The Thomas (not John) who married in 1669 to Ellen Colley was 70 years later than the one who was killed in 1599.
    The Thomas who was killed in 1598/99 was granted Castletown (Colleystown/Croghan) by Queen Elizabeth I, and was succeeded by his son, Sir John Moore, who married Dorothy Loftus.
    REf: Brydges, E., (1812) Collin’s Peerage of England Vol IX, pp1-25

    J. Helyar

    1. Hi Jennifer, thanks for your feedback…. Which page here at Ireland Byways did you see the information that you are talking about? You may have read that the original author of this website sadly passed away and I took over the site to keep it online. There are hundreds of articles that I haven’t had a chance to repair/review and edit…Getting there slowly though 🙂

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