No. 7 Journal of the West Wicklow Historical Society


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The seventh publication of a set of articles on aspects of West Wicklow history. This issue contains articles featuring locations from Coolattin to Croatia. It even strays into east Wicklow with an article on Charles Stewart Parnell and his times by Mary Bergin. However, the major article runs to almost a quarter of the entire publication and is a substantial essay, by Dunlavin native Chris Lawlor, on Feagh Mac Hugh O’Byrne.


  -A Man of Integrity? The Varying Roles of Robert Chaloner, Earl Fitzwilliam’s land-agent during Black ’47  by Fidelma Byrne

  -Contextualising a Chieftain’s Career: The Case of Feagh Mac Hugh O’Byrne  by Chris Lawlor

  -Wicklow Farm Labourers: A Facet of the 1880s Land War  by Padraig G. Lane

  -The RIC and the IRA in Wicklow’s War of Independence   by Kevin Cullen

  -Constable James Stephen Cunningham and his Family   by Shay Cunningham

  -Some Facts about the Activities of Mark Forstall in Croatia   by Luka Vukusic

  -Scurlock’s Graveyard   by Brian McCabe

  -The Annual Inspections of the Dublin & Blessington Steam Tramway Company in 1912 & 1913    by James Scannell

  -Donard’s New Church 1925  

  -The Wicklow Landlord who held sway over the British Empire: Parnell and his times by Mary Bergin  

  -Raids, Robberies and Attacks: West Wicklow during the Civil War   by Jason Lawlor  – 



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