GRAIGUE-CULLEN
 
Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Teachers Graiguecullen Boys’ School

1881 - 1933


Graiguecullen School Teachers c.1970

School Teachers c.1970 — with Michael Dooley, Frank Lombard and Con O'Brien

More Graigue teachers c.1971— with Michael Dooley, Tom Sullivan, Mary Kenna and con O'Brien.

A group of St. Fiacc's school teachers — with Con O'Brien, Mr. O'Leary and Mrs Delaney

Graigue teachers on night out — with Ms. Gorman, Ms. O'Keefe, Ms. McGetrick, Ms. Cullen, Tom Sullivan, Ms.Kenna and M. Dooley

Committee members of the Graiguecullen National School Parents' Association photographed on making a presentation to Con O'Brien (centre) on his retirement as principal. Included (from left) are Front: Chairman Willie Hackett and Mrs. Anne O'Brien; back - Pauline Brett, PRO; Des Hurley, secretary, and June Harte.

Mr. O'Leary's Retirement 1970

Above photos supplied by Anna Nolan Gough c.2013

Dan Fenlon (Principal) 1881-1929
James Fenlon (Assistant) 1885-1925
Bill Noonan (Assistant) 1910-1911
Miss Catherine McDonald (Assistant,) 1911-30
Thomas Hennessy (Assistant) 1912-18
A O’Rourke (Assistant) 1920
R Barron (Assistant) 1920-23
Sean O’Leary (Principal,) 1923-70
Thomas Foley (Assistant) 1926-28
Ed Murphy (Assistant) 1930-33
Ann O’Donnell (Assistant,) 1930-39
Miss Eileen Murphy (Assistant) 1931-34
Frank Lombard (Principal) 1935-70
David O’Connell (Assistant) 1936-38
Miss Delia O’Donovan (Assistant) 1940-68
Bertie Kelly (Assistant) 1951-53
Con O’Brien (Assistant)1958
Mrs. Mary Condon (Assistant) l96l-6~
Miss M. C. Walsh (Assistant,) 1961-63
Mrs. Mary Kenna (Assistant) 1964
Mrs. Teresa Clery (Assistant) 1968-72
Michael Dooley (Assistant) 1970
Olan Sullivan (Assistant) 1970-71
 Tom Sullivan (Assistant) 1971
Miss Catherine Lowry (Assistant) 1973
 

BACK


The information contained in these pages is provided solely for the purpose of sharing with others researching their ancestors in Ireland.
© 2001 Ireland Genealogy Projects, IGP TM By Pre-emptive Copyright - All rights reserved

TOP