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In 1937 Ernest Guinness presented it to his daughter Oonagh, who made it a vibrant meeting place for artists and writers - a tradition her son Garech Browne, the founder of Claddagh Records, has continued.
The book is lavishly illustrated with colour photographs of the house, its breath-taking setting and its famous guests, from Brendan Behan and Seamus Heaney to Mick Jagger, Marianne Faithfull and Michael Jackson.
Here, he tells the story of his mother, a desperate young woman who had no choice but to give up her illegitimate baby son; and the story of his own life, from a childhood spent in the harsh discipline of the institution, up to 1959 when, aged 20, he met his mother for the first time.
Hidden amid a 5,000-acre estate in a secluded Irish valley is the exquisite 18th-century house Luggala.
The genealogical researcher often comes up against difficult areas and dead ends, but this book provides advice, information and extra techniques to take the family tree back past apparently insurmountable difficulties.
The appendix focuses on Henry VIII's marital arrangements.
Drawing on the wonderful Getty photographic archive, this book is full of memorable images of a bygone era.
Drawing on original sources and first-hand accounts, this book examines the transition from one life to another: the decision to emigrate, the journey to the port, the perils of the voyage, and the emigrants' reception in the Americas or Australasia.
Tubby Isaacs’s jellied-eels stand in the coach park, shrimping, Punch and Judy on the beach, The Importance of Being Earnest at the Roof Garden Theatre, the Aldwick Hundred Motor Cycle Club ...