The night of November 1, 1920, All Souls Night, was extremely cold in the west of Co. Waterford. The members of the West Waterford Volunteers flying column huddled along the road at Piltown Cross were not only shivering because of the temperature. Most of them were also trembling slightly as they tensely awaited their baptism of fire in Ireland’s War…Continue
When silence overcomes me
My dreams they seem to fill
Of my dear native happy home
Nigh Comeragh's rugged hills
-- From a poem by Pat Keating
My wife, Lindy, and I have just completed…Continue
By Joe Gannon and Gerry Regan
It’s hard to believe that it’s now been 23 years since we participated in one of our most memorable St.…Continue
This beautiful home has wonderful views of the rolling countryside and distant…Continue
RE/MAX Team Fogarty bring you this excellent two-bedroom end-of-terrace property with modern and stylish finish throughout, at a very affordable price, located in Waterford ... Ireland's oldest city.
The property is located close to the Outer Ring Road, Waterford City…Continue
We at RE/MAX Ireland are delighted to bring “Copper Beech”, Dock Road, Dunmore East, County Waterford to the market.
“Copper Beech” is a substantial home tucked away just off Dock Road within walking distance of all the charming village of Dunmore East has to offer.…Continue
Beautiful 4-bedroom detached home with garage. No 3 Shanagarry enjoys a large corner site with excellent privacy to the front and rear. Private parking is available to the front and the gardens are mature with a fully walled in rear garden. Spacious bright accommodation includes…Continue
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RE/MAX Team Fogarty are delighted to bring this unique Honka Majet Log home to the market. Honka specialize in the industrial construction of log homes and are based in Finland. This house is one of only a handful of these homes in Ireland and blends beautifully into the Irish landscape.
Situated on a 0.6 acre site of…
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"Coill Dubh", Ballinamona, Waterford.
Remax Team Fogarty are delighted to present this stunning home to the market. No. 22 Castlewoods is situated in the prestigious and much sought after Ballinamona Estate and stands on a generous half acre level site.
This wonderful detached residence extends to approx. 375 M² of well…
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Our Irish dream house of the week is a wonderful 4-bedroom detached home is located in the heart of the countryside and yet minutes from Waterford City. Situated on an elevated half acre site with views of the rolling countryside.
Built in 2006 and…
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Ireland's oldest city celebrated its 1200th birthday this year. Here is a list of the top things to see and do, if you ever visit Waterford. Situated in the sunny southeast, the 'déise' county holds many of the countries oldest amenities. This list will provide you with both…Continue
He is one of the most iconic figures of the American Civil War and, as the commander of the Union Army’s Irish Brigade, Thomas Francis Meagher (right, from from Arthur Griffith's "Meagher of the Sword," Dublin, 1916) is probably the most famous of the…Continue
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My great 'Irish Spot' is Reginald's Tower in Waterford City! I remember being blown away by the history of the Tower on my trip to Ireland after winning the Waterford Gathering competition! It was my first trip off the North American continent and although my ancestry…Continue
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I have not always been Gerry Regan.
I was born Patrick O’Connor, on February 26, 1953, to a woman I finally met 44 years later. And on learning my first and last name, I was frankly surprised. The name seemed stage-Irish, recalling for me, Harrigan and Hart. For a…Continue
Waterford City, Ireland - From his perch as rector of the Irish College of St. Isidore in Rome, Waterford-born Franciscan Friar Luke Wadding welcomed a steady stream of refugees from the land of his birth - men forced to leave Ireland to pursue their vocations. He came to understand then,…Continue
|Photo courtesy St. Isidore's Church
St. Patrick, from a mural that overlooks the tomb of Luke Wadding at St. Isidore's Church, Via degli Artisti,…
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The three most recent incarnations of the ball: the fourth ball (on display at Waterford Crystal's headquarters in Ireland), the centennial ball (on display at Times Square Visitors Center), and the current ball
On December 28, 1998, during a press…Continue
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While yet a teenager, I collected most of these clay pipes around Loughrea, in county Galway, some from the lake shore, some from under the water using a snorkel and mask, the smallest ones from the bottom of a hole I was digging in Elephant and Castle, while working as a student in…Continue
(First published 12/14/11) 2011 marked the 150th anniversary of the start of America’s Civil War, and in Ireland, a group of historians and writers used the occasion to promote the concept of a Civil War heritage trail. Archaeologist Damian Shiels and writers James Doherty and Robert Doyle [All three…Continue
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