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GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION

 

Meath Archaeological and Historical Society does all it can to respect your right to privacy and the protection of your personal information.

Meath Archaeological and Historical Society (MAHS) collects and processes various types of personal information.

This is basic personal information from our members.  We are a member’s organisation. If you are content with the information we hold, how we process it, how we currently contact you, etc., then you do not need to do anything. Unlike other organisations who may have contacted you recently, due to MAHS’s position as a membership organisation we do not need you to grant consent for your information to be used, and you do not need to reply or complete any forms.

MAHS does not share your data with any other organisation.

The Data which MAHS will hold securely can include as follows; Name, address, contact details (telephone numbers, e-mail addresses,) payment status and membership.

The Treasurer is our Data Protection Officer.

Any complaints are to be made to our Data Protection Officer. We hope that we can resolve any complaints, but if MAHS cannot, then you may contact the Information Commissioner’s Office.

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Meath Archaeological and Historical Society Programme of Events  - 2019

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 7 “The First Dáil, 1919, and its Impact”

- John Bruton (former Taoiseach).

Introduction by Noel French: “Eamon Duggan, first TD for South Meath”

Venue: St Nicholas Primary School, Longwood, Co. Meath - 8 pm

           

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Launch of Ríocht na Midhe 2019 – 7.30pm

By Dr Edel Bhreathnach (Patron),

followed by lecture – “The Ardagh Hoard: Discovery, Acquisition and Controversy” 
by 
 Raghnall Ó Floinn, former Director of the National Museum of Ireland.

Venue: Ardboyne Hotel, Navan

Reception and book fair – members and guests: 6.30-7.30pm

                       

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 Séamus Mac Gabhann Lecture -

“The Geography of the Mechanisation of Agriculture in Ireland in the 20th Century”

by Professor Jim Walsh (Maynooth University)

Venue: Trim Castle Hotel, Bective Suite - 8:00 pm

 

TUESDAY,  APRIL 16

Annual General Meeting

followed by lecture - “The Boyne in Medieval Myth and Literature

by Dr Clodagh Downey (NUIG)

Venue: Navan Library - 7pm*

                                                           

SUNDAY, MAY 19

Guided walking tour of Ballivor and re-enactment of the taking of the RIC Barracks in 1919 -

Noel French, MCC, MAHS

Assemble at church in the middle of Ballivor at 3 pm

 

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 22

Annual excursion - details to be announced.

Organisers: Julitta Clancy and Fiona Ahern.

Bookings to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;

ph 01-8259438; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,

ph: 087-9738763

 

SUNDAY, JULY 28

Guided tour and lecture on Girley Bog

by Dr Kate Flood (MAHS)

Assemble at Girley Bog - 3 pm

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

“T. E. Lawrence – his career and Irish connections”

by Dr David Murphy

Venue: Clonmellon Parish Hall, Clonmellon, Co. Westmeath  - 3 pm

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20

 “Tlachtga (Hill of Ward) and The Late Neolithic Landscape” -

 by Dr Steve Davis (UCD)

Venue: Áras an Phobail, Ráth Chairn - 3 pm

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17

“The Life and Times of Napper Tandy”

by Brendan Matthews

Venue: GAA Hall, Stamullen - 3 pm

 

 

Contact: Tom French, Hon. Sec. – 087 4119633

Voluntary contributions are accepted at lectures and outings.

Contents

Articles in the Journal:

The Kingdom of Brega in the Seventh Century by Anthony Cronin

Excommunication at a Meath threshing by Brian McCabe

Two Poems by William Nugent by Pádraig Ó Macháin

Duleeks Later Urban Development by Noel French

Some salved Irish Chancery Pleadings by Brian Nugent

Archbishop John Bramhall and Church lands in Athboy, 1641 - 1663 by Bríd McGrath

The Bligh family of Brittas, Nobber, Co. Meath, C. 1650 - 1990 by Henry Cruise

The Westmeath transportations file by Eoghan Ó hAnnracháin

Richard Plunket (fl. 1772 - 1791): 'A neglected genius of the county of Meath' by Richard Sharpe

St Finian's College, Navan and Mullingar by Christopher F. McCormack

Westmeath News from Buenos Aires as reported in The Standard and River Plate News by Edward Walsh

'Sorts of FORREST TREES and FLOWERING SHRUBS' - Nursery catalogues in the Fingall Papers by Mary Forrest

John Sweetman and Home Rule, 1885 - 1891 by Brian Casey

Everyday Life in Meath in 1916 by Danny Cusack

The provincial press and the Irish Revolution: the case of Co. Westmeath by Michael Nolan

How did 1916 influence the rise of republicanism in Meath between 1917 and 1921? (Part 2) by Ultan Courtney

Michael Collins and the Cormeen Murder Case, 1920 by John F Cogan

and various book reviews, etc.

 

Meath Archaeological and Historical Society

Programme of Events - 2018

 

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Launch of Ríocht na Midhe 2018

By Most Rev Dr Michael Smith (Patron)

followed by lecture - “MEDIEVAL CHANT FOR IRISH SAINTS - RECOVERING A HIDDEN EUROPEAN HERITAGE”

Dr Ann Buckley (Trinity College)

Ardboyne Hotel, Navan - 7.30pm

Reception and book fair – members and guests: 6.30-7.30pm

         

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 Séamus MacGabhann Lecture: “THE 1918 ELECTION”

Dr Peter Connell (Trinity College)

Navan Library – 8.00pm

SUNDAY,  APRIL 8 In celebration of the centenary of the founding of MAHS:

Mass in Mullingar Cathedral. Celebrant: Most Rev Dr Michael Smith

Mullingar Cathedral - 11.00am

 

THURSDAY,  APRIL 26 Annual General Meeting followed by lecture -

“FROM THE WILD GEESE TO WATERLOO: IRISH SOLDIERS FROM MEATH AND BEYOND”

Dr Ciaran McDonnell (UCD)

Trim Library – 8.00pm

 

SUNDAY, MAY 20 TULLYNALLY CASTLE AND GARDENS

Thomas Pakenham (Patron, MAHS) will speak on the history of the castle and on trees mentioned in his book: ‘The Company of Trees, A Year in a Lifetime’s Quest’

Tullynally Castle – assemble at 2:30pm 

Spaces limited - booking essential

apply to T. French (Hon Sec) 087 4119633

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 23 ANNUAL EXCURSION

Organiser: Julitta Clancy Bookings: tel 01 8259438 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

SUNDAY, JULY 8 “SPORT IN IRELAND DURING THE GREAT FAMINE”

Dr Brian Griffin (Bath Spa University)

Trim Library – 3.00pm

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 “Captivity - A Sideshow Story: Incarceration of aliens and residents in Meath and Tipperary during the First World War”

Clare O'Neill

Oldcastle Library – 3.00pm

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28 “DISSENT AND REACTION: LAURENCE GINNELL, WORLD WAR I AND THE IRISH QUESTION”

Dr. Paul Hughes (QUB)

Annebrook House Hotel, Mullingar – 3.00pm

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18 “THE COLUMBAN ODYSSEY FROM DALGAN TO THE FAR EAST – CENTENARY

OF THE COLUMBAN FATHERS”

Rev. Fr. Neil Collins, SSC

St Columban's College, Dalgan Park – 3.00pm

 

Contact: Tom French, Hon. Sec. – 087 4119633

Voluntary contributions are accepted at lectures and outings

 

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