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Welcome to the Mullinahone website Mullinahone is situated roughly half-way between Clonmel town and Kilkenny city in County Tipperary Ireland,.

It's most famous son was Charles Kickham (1828-1882), writer, balladeer and Fenian leader. He was born in the village and is buried in the parish cemetery. The modern parish of Mullinahone is a low-lying broad valley area, for the most part, two to three hundred feet above sea level in South-East Tipperary.


Welcome to the Mullinahone website

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Our new village website is now fully up and the major difference is that the website is fully interactive and people can contribute from their own home with the updating of pages.

If you go to the message board any information about local meetings, GAA training, Mass times etc, can be uploaded from you computer and will appear on the website.A very popular feature with people away from home in the older website was the picture gallery now with our new picture gallery you can upload your own album and share your pictures or keep them private.


Tobairin Doimhain

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Tobairin Doimhain

It was a miserable wet evening but in spite of the inclemency of the weather a crowd of sixty/ seventy people turned out in the spilling rain for the blessing and reopening of the restored local well. Almost every local family was represented while a number of 'strangers' were also present including two local county councilors Eddie O'Meara and Michael O'Brien who represented the local authority.

The restored well was blessed by Fr McGrath who delivered a fine homily on water and wells and their significance in communities in times past and even at the present time. The chairman of the well restoration group Michael Quirke thanked all those who helped to bring the restoration of the well to completion. The chief organizer of the project Joe Pollard and the masons who carried out much of the work Jim Keating and Malachy Sheehan et al came in for special mention.


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Knock na gow
Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary By Charles J. Kickham

South Tipperary
South Tipperary, 1570-1841: The Land, Region and Rivalry

 Sally Kavangh
Sally Cavanagh; Or the Untenanted Graves: A Tale of Tipperary
By Charles J. Kickham



Mass Times:

Saturday Vigil:         8.00pm

Sunday:                  9.30am & 11.30am

Dailymass Mon to Fri 10.00am