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Mountmellick Development Association Blog

  • article-by-marie-walsh
    To all Friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum, Message from Chairperson of Mountmellick Museum, Welcome to our latest article during the COVID 19 lockdown emanating from our Museum Committee. Thank you for joining us once more, We hope this finds you all well and staying safe, the outlook for a...

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  • article-by-anne-sands
    Friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum, Welcome to week five in our ongoing series of articles on aspects of our local history which have attracted many views. These articles all written by members of our Museum Committee will continue to be published each Friday while our Museum is closed due t...

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  • article-by-ger-lynch
    To all of our Mountmellick Embroidery Museum Friends. We hope that this finds you, your family and friends safe and well .. We are all in this together. Continuing our series of articles with links to our Museum and our rich historical past - in last weeks article local historian Bridie Dunne gave...

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  • the-story-of-joseph-beale-1801-1857-by-bridie-dunne
    The story of Joseph Beale (1801-1857) Article by Bridie Dunne The first Quaker to arrive in Mountmellick was William Edmundson who settled in Rosenallis near Mountmellick in 1659. He was accompanied by a group of young Quakers from the North, including Thomas Beale, his wife and son Joshua. The Be...

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