Bernard Walsh writes on the life and legacy of gun-toting, womanizing, horse trainer and landowner Harry Dyas of Gillstown, Athboy.
In 1909, townspeople of Athboy made a trip to Dublin so that they could become the owners of their own homes and businesses.
The sad and unusual story of the Brady family who when they were evicted turned to living in Moyagher Cemetery.
The proposed series of events for Athboy 100.
A short montage of Athboy 100's first official event "Genealogy - How To Find Yourself" from 2 February 2016. https://youtu.be/9ntS-E3FtV8
ATHBOY 100 was officially launched at St. James' Fest in the Fair Green Athboy on 26 July 2015. A number of our members took to the Green in their finery to promote the project and recruit members from amongst the people of Athboy. While the inclement weather did it's best to try and mar the …
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