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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)


Mrs Mary Whyte

Women's  National Health Association.


Mary Whyte.

 Nationalist and Leinster Times.

July 1943.

Mrs Mary Whyte.

The death took place rather unexpectedly on Monday of Mrs. Mary Whyte, Mill Street, Carlow.

A member of an old and respected Carlow family, the late Mrs Whyte took a great interest in everything pertaining to the welfare of her native town.

She was a prominent member of the Women's  National Health Association.

In her the Gaelic League always had a staunch supporter and when a branch of the League was first started in the town she, being a talented musician had a big hand in organisation of concerts and other social functions held under that auspices.

She was a member of the Irish National Foresters and was instrumental in having a ladies section added to the local branch some years ago.

Of a kindly and charitable disposition she was held in esteem by all who knew her and her friends were legion.

Source: Michael Purcell c.2011


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