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Mullinahone Golf Society

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Mullinahone golf societyMullinahone Golf Society

A.G.M 23.11.2007

We are delighted to announce Fr. John McGrath P.P has agreed to become Hon. President of Mullinahone Golf Society and was duly elected.

Our new Captain is Joe Pollard (53366),

Treasurer Michael Hickey (53551),

Secretary Kevin Keating (53169),

Committee Michael Gahan, Peter Ryan.

Our next meeting is to Mountain View on 15th December. Please phone entries to Committee before the event so as to arrange teams & tee off times. Prizes galore. Annual membership €20 due on the day.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 December 2007 18:53

Mullinahone Magazine 2007/2008

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Mullinahone Parish Magazine

It is out, warts and all. The Mullinahone magazine (25th anniversary edition of Knocknagow News) hit the newstands or shops over the weekend. Again it seems to be a fine publication.

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 September 2013 18:48

Fr. Seamus Freeman, S.C.A

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Fr. Séamus Freeman, the eldest of the eight children of James and Bridget Freeman, was born onBishop Freeman 23 February 1944 in Clonlahy, parish of Mullinahone, Co. Tipperary, in the Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly. At the age of eight months his family moved to Coolaghmore, parish of Callan, Co. Kilkenny, in the Diocese of Ossory, and where his mother continues to reside.


He attended Coolagh National School and Callan CBS. He completed Secondary School at Thurles CBS, as a postulant of the Pallottine Minor Seminary. He entered the Society of Catholic Apostolate (Pallottines) in Thurles, Co. Tipperary and made his first Pallottine Consecration in 1965. He studied philosophy at the National University of Ireland, University Collage Dublin and Theology at St. Patrick’s College, Thurles. He was ordained a priest on 12th June 1971.

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2008 16:44

Kitty Purcell Loved Mullinahone Well

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Local people were shocked last week at the death of Kitty Purcell of Kickham Street. Kitty was a somewhat reclusive lady and was not in the best of health for many years. She was in her early 60s.


She lived almost all her live in Kickham Street or Chapel Street, as it would be known by some of the older people. Kitty was born at the top of the street to Jack Hickey and Peggy Brett who kept a shop where her brother Eddie now lives.


Officially she was Catherine Ann which soon became Kitty the name she retained to the end of her life. In her younger days Kitty worked as a barmaid in Murphy’s of Grangemockler. She later married Paddy Purcell, eventually moving back to her home street.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 November 2007 14:02

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