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Search Results for "Beale"

  • the-voyage-of-the-inconstant-article-by-ger-lynch
    A message from our Chairperson. Greetings again all Friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum and welcome to another Article relevant to our local Museum and History.  We hope that wherever you are reading this that you, your family and friends are staying safe and looking forward and planning...

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  • article-by-a-dowling
    Welcome again all friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum to another article which we hope is of interest to you. We send best wishes to you, your family and friends, that you are staying safe and looking forward to meeting up outside of social media sometime very soon. Enjoy this week’s con...

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  • article-by-m-walsh
    Needlework Samplers The word ' sampler ' comes from the Latin ' exemplum ', meaning example. Many think of samplers as decorative items, however their original purpose was practical - used to learn and record stitches and patterns. Commonly cotton and silk thread on linen,...

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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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