Newlyweds, the Hamills, pose for a wedding portrait in Northern Ireland on the 17th of October, 1935. The couple also posed with their wedding party, and at the church with their guests. The bride also posed outside her wedding car.
The bride and groom were from the town of Dungannon, the third-largest in County Tyrone.
In this photograph, a group of sailors poses in Ulster, modern-day Northern Ireland, on the 21st of September, 1906.
On the 27th of August, 1798, a rebellion took place in Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland.
In what would come to be known either as the Battle of Castlebar or the Castlebar Races, a force of two-thousand Irish rebels and French troops defeated six-thousand British troops.
This event was part of the larger failed Irish Rebellion of that year.
Rare image of the house pre-fire. X
Duckett’s Grove, a great house in County Carlow, Ireland, was destroyed by fire on the 20th of April, 1933.
Built around 1830 for the Duckett family, they lived at the house until 1916, when a family dispute between the only remaining family members – none of them male (males would usually inherit) – led to the house’s management being taken over by locals.
By 1930 the house was being used by the Irish Republican Army, and when they left the property it was still in good condition.
In 1933, a week after local farmers – who had been managing the estate – reported a minor fire at the house, Duckett’s Grove burnt in earnest over the course of a night.
Today, the frame of the house still stands.