JGAHS Vol. I (1900–1901),

No. i

Healy, J.: The aims and methods of the Society—inaugural address, 1-10.

Nolan, J.P.: The castles of Clare Barony [The thirty-four De Burgo castles in the Barony of Clare], 11-48.

Fahey, J.: Galway and its surroundings in the pre-Norman period, 49-56.


No. ii

Blake, Martin J.: Knockmoy Abbey, otherwise called the Monastery of the "Hill of Victory" [Collis Victoriæ]. Notes on its history, and some ancient charters relating to it (hitherto unpublished), 65-84.

Fahey, J.: The Galway Historical Manuscripts, and how they were discovered, 85-89.

Kelly, Richard J.: St. Jarlath of Tuam, 90-108.

Nolan, J.P.: Galway Castles and owners in 1574, 109-123.

Knox, H.T.: The De Burgo clans of Galway, 124-131.

Trench, W.F. & Lawson, T.D.: On the Corporation Books of Galway, 132-136.

Dix, E.R. McC (and reply by W.F. Trench): Galway printing—Martin Burke's Connaught Journal (query), 137.

anonymous: corrigendum to J.P. Nolan's paper, p48, 138.


No. iii

Bigger, Francis Joseph: The Franciscan friary of Killconnell in the County of Galway: its history and its ruins, 145-167.

Knox, H.T.: The manor of Admekin (Headford) in the thirteenth century, 168-183.

Madden, Thomas More: The O’Maddens of Silanchia, or Siol Anmachadha, and their descendants, from the Milesian invasion of Ireland to the present time, 184-195.

R[edington?], M.: Some notes on the Burkes, 196-197.

Blake, Martin J.: The successors of St. Jarlath [addenda to Richard J. Kelly's paper, p107], 198-200.




JGAHS Vol. II (1902),

No. i

Bigger, Francis Joseph: The Franciscan friary of Killconnell (continued), 3-20.

Madden, Thomas More: The O’Maddens of Silanchia, 21-33.

Knox, H.T.: King Guaire and Bishop Cellach, 34-38, corrigendum Vol II part ii p125.

Blake, Martin J.: An account of the castle and manor of Bunowen in the Barony of Ballinahinch, County of Galway, and its successive proprietors from the 15th century to the present time, 39-56.

Costello, T.B.: The Lurgan canoe, 57-58.

Ussher, R.J.: The Great Auk [letter], 60.


No. ii

Blake, Martin J.: The Abbey of Athenry, 65-90.

Falkiner, C. Litton: Some suggestions towards a county history, 91-102.

Knox, H.T.: The effigy of William Burke, 103-108.

Costello, T.B.: Tuam raths and souterrains, 109-116.

Lady Gregory (as narrated to): Legends of the raths, 116-117.

Redington, M.: Stone at Turoe, 118.

anonymous: note: Temple Jarlath and Tuam Cross, 125.




JGAHS Vol. III (1903–1904),

No. i

Costello, T. B.: Tuam raths and souterrains (continued), 1-10.

Bigger, Francis Joseph: Killconnell Abbey (continued), 11-15.

Hodgson, C. M.: Folklore collected in the neighbourhood of Curraghrevagh, 16-33.

Falkiner, C. Litton: Note on a drawing entitled A Prospect of Galway in 1686, 34 (photo) 35-36 (text).

Nolan, J. P.: The references for political changes of property, Co. Galway, 37-43.

Kelly, R. J.: John Burke, Archbishop of Tuam, 44-45.

Knox, H. T.: The De Burgo Clans (continued): the Clann David Burke and the family of William, Sheriff of Connaught, 46-58.

Rhys, J.: Ogam Stones—inscription at Rosshill, L. Mask (query), 60.


No. ii

Blake, Martin J.: Ballintubber Abbey: notes on its history, 65-88.

anonymous: An ancient mether, 89.

Hodgson, C. M. (collected by): Folklore (continued), 90-93.

Knox, H. T.: Ballykine Castle, 94-101.

Fahey, J.: Diocese of Annaghdown, 102-113.

anonymous: The Society’s Prize for Irish Names of Places, 114-115.

Hamilton, T.: The Repair of Dromacoo Old Church, 116-125.


No. iii

Fahey, J.: Diocese of Annaghdown. (continued), 129-135.

Knox, H. T.: The growth of the Archdiocese of Tuam, 136-141.

anonymous: Portrait of Sir Valentine Blake of Menlough, 3rd Baronet (1608–1652), 142-143.

the editor : A Galway playbill, 144-145.

the editor: The Stone of Luguaedon on Inchagoill, 146-147.

Blake, Martin J.: A transplanter’s decree of final settlement by the Loughrea Comissioners in Cromwell’s time, 148-153.

Hodgson, C. M. (collected by): Folklore (continued), 154-165.

Healy, J.: Our Irish Romanesque architecture, 166-175.

the editor: Corcomroe Abbey: a note on our illustrations, 176-179.

Kelly, Richard J.: The O’Kellys of Gallagh, Counts of the Holy Roman Empire, 180-185.

the editor: The Land Purchase Acts and the Preservation of Ancient Monuments, 186.




JGAHS Vol. IV (1905–1906),

No. i

Fahey, J.: Some De Burgo castles in eastern Hy Fiachrach Aidhne, 1-10.

Dillon, W. [& W.F. Trench]: The "Claddagh" ring, 11-16.

Day, Robert: An old Galway silversmith, 17-19.

Notes on some exhibits:

Kelly, Richard J.: A bank note of the Tuam or Ffrench's Bank, 20.

Trench, W.F.: Seal of Dominick Browne, two sealing-wax cases, 21-23.

Lawson, T. Dillon: Aran, 24-35.

Trench, W.F.: Note on a doorway, 36 (drawing), 37-39 (text).

Notes on the Pictorial Map of Galway:

?Trench, W.F.: Introduction, 40 (photo), 41-42 (text).

Trench, W.F.: The origin and date of the map, 42-43.

Falkiner, C. Litton: The Lorraine Negociations, 44.

Blake, Martin J.: The Arms of the Corporate Town of Galway, 45-48.

document: Deed of award in the "Blake Collection of Records" in the possession of Martin J. Blake, of Lincoln's Inn, 49-50.

Kelly, Richard J.: The Connaught Bar from 1604 to 1904, 51-54.

Knox, H.T.: The De Burgo clans of Galway, 55-62.

Dix, E.R. McC: Galway printing (note), 62.

?Trench, W.F.: The Browne Doorway (note), 62 (photo), 63-64 (text).


No. ii

Knox, H.T.: Grace O'Malley, 65-72.

Lady Gregory: The Goban Saor, 73-77.

Cochrane, R.: Fiddaun Castle, 78 (photo), 79-87 (text).

Kelly, Richard J.: The forfeitures and settlements of 1661 (lands in County and town of Galway), 88-91.

Kelly, Richard J.: Notes on the family of O'Kelly, 92-96.

Knox, H.T.: Tribes of the Silmurray, under O'Conor, 97-98.

Knox, H.T.: The expansion of two Royal tribes of Connaught, 99-101.

Trench, W.F. (and a note by Martin J. Burke): Sir Peter French, 102 (photo), 103-107 (text).

Trench, W.F.: The pedigree of Maria Anna O'Kelly, Countess of Marcolini, 108-110.

Dix, E.R. McC: Early Loughrea printing, 110-112.

Martyn, Jane: Baldwin de Burgo (note: relating to Vol. III, p57), 113.


No. iii

Healy, J.: Presidential Address, 117-127.

Costello, T.B.: Some old Galway domestic utensils, 128 (photo), 129-132.

McErlean, J.: Notes on the Pictorial Map of Galway (continued): The index to the map, 133-160.

Knox, H.T.: Sir Richard Bingham's Government of Connaught, 161-176.

Dix, E.R. McC: Galway song books, 178-179.


No. iv

Knox, H.T.: Sir Richard Bingham's Government of Connaught, 181-197.

Martyn, J.: The sept of O'Maolale (or Lally) of Hy-Maine, 198-210.

Redington, M.: Note on the fragment of a cross, near Ballynew, Connemara, 211-212.

Falkiner, C. Litton: The Knights Hospitallers in Co. Galway, 213-218.

D'Alton, E.A.: The French in Mayo, 1798, 219-225.

Blake, Martin J.: Will of Geoffrey French of Galway, A.D. 1528, 226-230.

Blake, Martin J.: A note on Roland de Burgo alias Burke, Bishop of Clonfert; and the monastery "De Portu Puro" at Clonfert, 230-232.

Kelly, Richard J.: The old borough of Tuam: its laws, privileges, and constitution, 233-239.

Dix, E.R. McC: note on a Galway chapbook of 1801, 240.




JGAHS Vol. V (1907–1908),

No. i

Knox, H.T.: Sir Richard Bingham's Government of Connaught, 1-27.

Coleman, James: Bibliographia Conaciensis. A list of the topographical and other works relating to Connaught and each of its five counties, 28-32.

Blake, Martin J.: Supplemental list, 33-34.

Nolan, J.P.: The summer excursion of the Galway Archæological Society, 35-47.

Lord Oranmore and Browne: Pedigree of the Brownes of Castle Mac Garrett, 48-59.

Kelly, Richard J.: The old borough of Tuam (continued), 60-63.


No. ii

Blake, Martin J.: Galway Corporation Book B, 65-144.


No. iii

Blake, Martin J: A map of part of the County of Mayo in 1584: with notes thereon, and an account of its author, and his descendants, 145-158 [duplicate pagination: 145-148 had already been used in the list of members in No. ii].

Costello, T.B.: Discovery of a sepulchral cist in Annaghkeen Cairn, 159-164.

Lord Oranmore and Browne: The Brownes of Castlemacgarrett (continued), 165-177.

Redington, Matilda: The archaeological section at the Galway Exhibition, 177 (photo), 178-192 (text).

Glynn, Joseph A.: A find of coins, 193.

Dix, E.R. McC.: Earliest Loughrea printing, 194-195.


No. iv

Lloyd, J.H.: The place-names of County Galway. 1.—Barony of Kiltartan (part of), 201-205.

Kelly, Richard J.: The forfeitures and settlements of 1661: lands in Galway (continued), 206-212.

Dalton, J.P.: The Annual excursion, 1908. Pallas Castle and Kilnalahan Abbey, 213-226.

Lord Oranmore and Browne: The Brownes of CastlemacGarrett (continued), 227-238.

Coleman, James: Bibliographia Conaciensis: a list of books relating to Connaught—a supplementary list, 239.

Blake, Martin J.: A De Burgo silver chalice, A.D. 1494: with notes on the family of Bourke of Turlough, Co. Mayo, 240 (drawing), 241-245 (text).




JGAHS Vol. VI (1909–1910)

No. i

Blake, Martin J.: Two Irish Brehon scripts: with notes on the MacEgan family, 1-9.

Dalton, J.P.: The Abbey of Kilnalahan, 10-26.

Kelly, Richard J.: The wardenship of Galway, 27-33.

Blake, Martin J.: notes on the place names mentioned in Browne’s map of Mayo, 1584, 34-50.

anonymous: note with photo: An old Celtic dagger, 51.

Dalton, J.P.: Review article: The story of an Irish property, 52-63.


No. ii

Dalton, J.P.: The Abbey of Kilnalahan—II, 65-94.

Blake, Martin J.: Notes on the place names mentioned in Browne's map of Mayo, 1584 (continued), 95-106.

Knox, H.T.: Portumna and the Burkes, 107-109.

Kelly, Richard J.: The Wardenship of Galway, 110-122.


No. iii

Holt, E.W.L: An abridged transcript of the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the parishes in, or partly in, the Barony of Dunkellin, Co. Galway; with prefatory note, 123-169.

Knox, H.T.: The study of Irish earthworks, 170-174.

Rait, R.S.: O'Shaughnessy inscription in Kilmacduagh Cathedral Church, 175-177.

Knox, H.T.: Ballisnahiney Castle, 178-179.

?Coleman, James: Memoir of James Hardiman [from the Gentleman's Magazine, February 1856, Vol. 45 N.S. pp198–9], 180-181.

Blake, Martin J.: Notes on the place names mentioned in Browne's map of Mayo, 1584 (continued), 182-185.


No. iv 

Blake, Martin J.: The Obituary Book of the Franciscan monastery at Galway, with notes thereon, 222-235.

Knox, H.T.: A Mayo version of the legend of Cuchulainn & Conlaoch, 235-237.

Blake, Martin J.: Notes on the place names mentioned in Browne's map of Mayo, 1584 (continued), 95-106.




JGAHS Vol. VII (1911–1912)

No. i

Blake, Martin J.: Notes on the persons named in the obituary book of the Franciscan monastery at Galway-(continued), 1-28.

Costello, T.B.: Trade tokens of the County of Galway in the seventeenth century: with introductory note, 29-43.

Holt, E. W. L.: The Hound’s Grave at Leganncorkee in the Parish of Ballynacourtee. Note on, 44-52.

Blake, Martin J.: O’Shaughnessy tabular pedigree [Vol. VI, No.i.], Correction, 53.

Knott, Eleanor (trans.): The deaths of Aodh Mac Garaidh and Flann Mac Duibh Dithraibh, 54-63.


No. ii

Redington, M.: Notes on the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the Barony of Dunkellin. i Killeely Parish, 65-

Hillas, A. B. E.: Legends and folklore from Rosmoney, County Mayo, 70-72.

Knox, H.T.: Ardrahan Castle, with an introduction by M. Redington, 73-83.

Blake, Martin J.: William de Burgh, progenitor of the Burkes in Ireland, 83-101.

Dalton, J. P.: The Abbey of Kilnalahan (continued), 102-114.

Knox, H.T.: Mannin Castle, in the Parish of Aghamore, Barony of Costello, and County of Mayo, 115-120.

Creery, Olive: Index to the references to National and Ancient Monuments in County Galway, contained in the Annual Reports of the Office of Public Works, Ireland, between the years 1875 and 1909, 120-128.


No. iii

Orpen, Goddard H.: Richard de Burgh and the conquest of Connaught, 129-147.

Knox, H.T.: Seven Mayo earthworks, 147-166.

Redington, M.: A relic of the fortifications of Galway, 166-168.

Ormsby, C.C.:A Petition for the fortification of Ballinrobe, 168-170.

Redington, M.: Notes on the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the Barony of Dunkellin. ii Stradbally Parish, 171-183.

Hillas, A. B. E.: Tales of St. Patrick when he lived at Aghagower, 183-185.


No. iv

Neary, J.: Florence Conry, Archbishop of Tuam, 1608–1629, 193-204.

Knox, H.T.: Fortification of Ballinrobe, 204.

Holt, E. W. L.: Notes on the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the Barony of Dunkellin; iii, Ballynacourty Parish, 205-251.




Journal of the Galway Archæological and Historical Society: Index to Volumes I. To VII. ( inclusive). Compiled by Myrrha Bradshaw and Jacqueline Dowie. John Falconer, Dublin, 1913. Contains pp i-xxiv, 1-166.

Introduction, iii-iv.

Titles of papers arranged in order of publication, v-viii.

List of illustrations in order of appearance in journal, ix-xii.

Index of works referred to in the journal, xiii-xxiii. 

Journal of the Galway Archæological Society. Index to Vols. I–VII (inclusive), 1-166.




JGAHS Vol. VIII (1913–1914)

No. i

Sadleir, Thomas U.: The Burkes of Marble Hill, 1-11.

Neary, J.: Some notes on Killala Diocese, 12-38.

Blake, Martin J.: Notes on the place-names mentioned in Browne’s Map of Mayo, 1584 (continued), 39-55.

Ormsby, C.C.: Notes on standing stones at Streamstown, near Clifden, 55-57.


No. ii

Blake, Martin J.: An old Lynch manuscript, 65-75.

Blake, Martin J. (ed.): Account of the Lynch family, and of memorable events of the town of Galway, written in 1815 by John, son of Alexander, Lynch, 76-93.

Neary, J.: History and antiquities of the parish of Dunmore in the baronies of Dunmore and Ballymoe, Co. Galway, 94-128.


No. iii

Athy, Muriel Lynch: Notes on the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the Barony of Dunkellin, Co. Galway ; iv, Oranmore Parish, 129-198.

Costello, T.B.: Leaf-shaped bronze spearhead, 198.


No. iv

Knox, H.T.: Three more Mayo earthworks, 199-206.

Blake, Martin J.: An old Lynch manuscript (continued), 207-224.

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Some seal matrices connected with the Province of Tuam, 227-233.

Armstrong, E.C.R.: The shields in the seventeenth century map of Galway prepared for submission to the Duke of Lorraine, 234-236.

Redington, M.: Standing stones at Rosleague and Roscrea, in Connemara, 237-240.

Redington, Matilda: Note on the origin of rosaries, 240-244.

Bigger, Francis Joseph: Single decade rosaries, 244-246.

Blake, Martin J.: Field-Marshal Sir John French, 247-251.

Ormsby, C.C.: The Castle and Lynch’s House (so called) at Shrule, with a note by .J. Blake, 224-226.




JGAHS Vol. IX (1915–1916)

No. i

Knox, Hubert T.: Carnfree and Carnabreckna, 1-33.

Orpen, Goddard H.: The Mote of Oldcastle and the Castle of Rathgorgin, 33-44.

Redington, M.: Notes on the Ordnance Survey Letters relating to the Barony of Dunkellin, 45-61.

Blake, Martin J.: Names of Roman Catholic freemen of the town of Galway on 29th April, 1794, 62-64.


No. ii

Knox, Hubert T.: Carnfree and Carnabreckna, Co. Roscommon. Supplement to former paper, 65-78.

Blake, Martin J.: An old Lynch manuscript (continued), 79-107.

Lloyd, J.H.: Iubhar O bhFiachrach, 107-110.

Lloyd, J.H.: Formaoid na bhFiann, a country of the Clanna Morna, 111-115.

Lord Oranmore and Browne: Memorial tablet to Bartholomew French 1689, 116.

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Descriptions of some ecclesiastical and other seals, 117-122.

Redington, M.: Old church of Ballinacourty, Barony of Dunkellin, 123-125.

Knox, Hubert T.: Tooloobaun Castle, 126-128.


Nos. iii & iv

Knox, H.T.: Kilcolgan, 129-177.

Knox, H.T. & Redington, M.: Some rath-caves, 178-190.

Knox, H.T.: The Turoe Stone and the Rath of Feerwore, Co. Galway, 190-193.

Lloyd, J.H.: The "small [island] in the Chanel between the Continent and the Island of Turra", 194-

Orpen, Goddard H.: Notes on the Bermingham pedigree, 195-205.

Knox, H.T.: The mound at Tample, 206.

Knox, H.T.: Correction [to p22 of Vol. VIII], 207.



Galway Archæological and Historical Society: Index to Volume IX (1915–1916). Compiled by M. J. Fahey, The Library, University College, Galway, 1919.

Index 3-12.





JGAHS Vol. X (1917–1918)

Nos. i & ii

Knox, H.T.: Caher and rath caves of Galway and Meath. Suggestions for the study of the caves of Ireland [includes list of reference to 'caves' in Irish journals], 1-45.

O'Flaherty, Annie: A poem by Tadhg Ó Dálaigh, 46-57.

Redington, M.: Count Patrick D'Arcy, an eminent Galwayman of the 18th century; with tabular pedigrees of the D'Arcy family by Martin J. Blake, 58-66.

Blake, Martin J.: Pedigree of Lynch of Lavally, County Galway, 66-69.

Armstrong, E.C.R.: Ornamented bronze celt, found near Castlerea, 70.

Knox, H.T.: The Masonbrook rings and mound and their relation to other similar works, 71-96.

corrigenda, Vol. IX, p165 & p206, 98.

after R.A.S. Macalister (summarised from P.R.I.A. XXXIII C.15): excavations in Masonbrook and Grannagh, 99.

"R.M.": Mills family from near Headford (query), 99.

Bouwens, B.G.: Higgison family of Portumna (query), 100.


Nos. iii & iv

Knox, H.T.: Ballygurraun and Raheen group of works in earth and stone, 101-124.

Blake, Martin J.: The families of French of Duras, Cloghballymore, and Drumharsna, with tabular pedigree, 125-138.

Knox, H.T.: The Birmingham family of Athenry, 139-154.

Redington, M.: An island's story, 154-157.

Relph Sneyd Smith: A disclaimer [corrigenda to Martin J. Blake's D'Arcy pedigree in No. i–ii], 158-159.

Blake, Martin J.: corrigendum to D'Arcy pedigree in No. i–ii, 163.



Galway Archæological and Historical Society: Index to Volume X (1918–1919). Compiled by M. J. Fahey, The Library, University College, Galway, 1920.

Index iii-xii.


JGAHS Vol. XI, (1920-##),

Nos. i [& ii?] (1920)

Knox, H.T. and a Colleague: Notes on the Burgus of Athenry, its first defences, and its town walls, 1-26, corrigendum p151.

Rabbitte, J.: The Lynch Memorial in Galway, commonly called the Crossbones, 27-49.

Westropp, Thomas Johnson: The beginnings of historic tradition and survival of Celtic mythology in Ireland, 50-71.

Costello, T.B.: A bronze cauldron, 72-75.

Costello, T.B.: Find of bronze pin with La Tene ornament, 76.

anonymous (probably the editor: A. Eraut): Bofin Island [note], 77.

anonymous (probably the editor: A. Eraut): Frenches of Drumharsna [note], 77-78.


Nos. iii & iv (1921)

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. With introduction and notes, 81-111.

Westropp, Thomas J.: The promontory forts of the three southern provinces of Ireland, 112-131.

McNeill, Charles: Remarks on the walls and church of Athenry, 132-141.

Blake, Martin J.: The origin of the families of French of Connaught, with tabular pedigree of John French of Grand-Terre in 1763, 142-149.

Lord Oranmore and Browne: Memorial Tablet to Bartholomew French 1689, 150.


JGAHS Vol. XII (19##–19##),

Nos. i & ii.

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 1-36

Martyn, G.V.: Oliver Martyn and the Tribes of Galway, 37-41.

Blake, Martin J.: A Repealer’s card of 1844, 42-43.

Costello, T.B: Discovery of bronze ornaments, 44-45.

Jones, Walter A.: The proclamation stone of the Connaught kings, 46.

O’Farrell, C.: Aille Castle, 47-54.


Nos. iii & iv.

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 57-84.

Martyn, G.V.: Random notes on the history of the County Mayo and with special reference to the Barony of Kilmaine, 85-109.

Costello, T.B: A Bronze Age burial in a tumulus at Annaghkeen, Headford, Co. Galway, 110-119.

Shea, Professor: Description of the human remains found in the cist at Annaghkeen, 119-128.



Nos. i & ii

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 1-22.

Martyn, G.V.: Random notes on the history of the County Mayo and with special reference to the Barony of Kilmaine, 23-49.

Ó Raghallaigh, Tomás: Seanchus na mBúrcach. Réamh-rádh, 50-60.


Nos. i & ii [recte iii & iv]

The numbering in this part was mistakenly begun at 1 and continued until 64, after which the proper pagination was resumed with 129. The page numbers as printed are shown here first, followed by the true page numbers in square brackets.

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 1-19 [65-83].

Martyn, G.V.: Random notes on the history of County Mayo, 19-36 [83-100].

O Raghallaigh, Tomas: Seanchus Burcach, 37-40 [101-103].

Ó Raghallaigh, Tomás: Seanchus agus geinealac na mBúrcac/Historia et genealogia familiæ De Burgo 40-138 [104-138].

Blake, Martin J.: Families of Daly in Galway with tabular pedigrees, 140 and four tables.




JGAHS Vol. XIV (1928–1929)

Nos. i & ii

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 1-24.

Blake, Martin J.: The Franciscan convents in Connacht. With notes thereon, 25-29.

O’Raghallaigh, Tomas (trans.): Seanchus búrcach/history of the Burkes (continued), 30-51.

Dalton, John P.: Who built Dun Aengus? 52-77.

the editor (A. Eraut): Clonfert [query], 77.

the editor (A. Eraut): The Ordnance Survey [note], 77-79.

the editor (A. Eraut): Bronze Age burial [note], 79.

the editor (A. Eraut): Standing stones [note], 79.

Smith, Aquilla: On an inedited silver coin of Edward IV from the mint of Galway, 80-83.


Nos. iii & iv

Ormsby, George: The Ormesby letters, 85-100.

Blake, Martin J.: Castle Bourke, formerly Kilboynell Castle in Carra Barony, Co. Mayo, with notes on the history of its ancient owner the clan MacEvilly (Stauntons) and on the history of the family of Bourke, Viscounts Mayo, 101-108.

Martyn, G.V.: Headford Castle [note], 108.

Dalton, J. P.: Who built Dun Aengus ? (concluded), 109-132.

Martyn, G.V.: Random notes on the history of County Mayo, 133-137.

Shea, Professor: Note on "find" at Portumna, 137.

Blake, Martin J.: The Westport chalice, made by Peter Brown of Westport, for the Austin Convent of Murrisk, in 1724, 138-140.

Hynes, J.: Discovery of a cist, 141.

O’Raghallaigh, Tomas (trans.): Seanchus búrcach/history of the Burkes (continued), 142-167.

Crawford, R. C.: Query? [re Rev. Gideon Ouseley], 166.




JGAHS Vol. XV (19##–19##)

Nos. i & ii

Hackett, J.D.: Information requested: Aedanus Burke, John Daly Burke, Thomas Burke, inserted before p1.

O’Sullivan, M.D.: The Lay School at Galway in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, 1-32.

Crossle, Philip: Some records of the Skerrett family, 33-72.

Shea, Professor: Report on the human skeleton found in Stoneyisland Bog, Portumna, May 20th, 1929, 73-81.

Blake, M.J.: The Teige Morphy-Margrett ffargus Chalice, 1720, 82-83.

anonymous: At Shee-Beg near Carrick-on-Shannon’ [note, re digging-out of a cist by farmers], 83.

anonymous: Galway Corporation Mace and sword [note], 83-4.

anonymous: The Ouseleys of Dunmore [note], 84.


Nos. iii & iv (19##)

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (continued), 85-96.

Comerford, W.J.V.: Some notes on the Borough of Tuam and its records, 1817–1822, 97-120.

Curtis, Edmund: Original documents relating to the Butler Lordship of Achill, Burrishoole and Aughrim (1236–1640), 121-128.

Martyn, G.V.: Oliver Martin of the Crusades, 128.

O’Sullivan, M.D.: Glimpses of the life of Galway merchants and mariners in the early seventeenth century, 129-140.

Costello, Thomas B.: Discovery of coins, 140.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: Ballyshannon: its strategic importance in the wars in Connacht, 1550–1602, 141-159.

Costello, Thomas B.: Trade tokens of Co. Galway in the 17th century, 160.

Costello, Thomas B.: Discovery of a cist with urn burial, 161-162.

the editor (Mrs. O’Sullivan): An enquiry [query re the Garvey family, 162-163.]




JGAHS Vol. XVI (1934–1935)

Nos. i & ii

O’Sullivan, M.D.: The fortification of Galway in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, 1-47.

Curtis, Edmund: Seventeenth century documents relating to the manors of Aughrim and Burrishoole, 48-56.

Langan, S.: Discovery of cists, with notes on the huan remains by Professor Shea, 57-62.

Costello, T.B.: Discovery of Bronze Age burial with cremated remains, 63-66.

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS. C. (contd.), 67-80.

O’Raghallaigh, Tomás: The MaGauran Duanaire, 81-86.


Nos. iii & iv

MacNeill, Eoin: Colonisation under early kings of Tara, 101-124.

Chitty, Lily E.: Notes on Iberian affinities of a bone object found in County Galway, 125-133.

Curtis, Edmund: Original documents relating to Aughrim, Burrishoole and Aran, 134-139.

Kelly, E. Festus: Notes on the O’Kelly family, 140-143.

Hynes, John: Lynch’s Castle, Galway, 144-154.

Rabbitte, J.: Historical account of the Wardens of Galway, a manuscript, 155-181.

Shea, Professor S.: The Moyveela (Co. Galway) skeleton, 182-185.

Curtis, Edmund: The pardon of Henry Blake of Galway in 1395, 186-189.




JGAHS Vol. XVII (1936–1937)

Nos. i & ii

Leask, Harold G.: The collegiate church of St. Nicholas, Galway. A study of the structure, 1-23.

Shea, Professor S.: Description of short cist burial, 24-33.

Rabbitte, J.: Alexander Lynch, schoolmaster, 34-42.

Rabbitte, J.: The Birmingham chalice, 43.

Riley, F.T.: Excavation in the townland of Pollacorragune, Tuam, Co. Galway, 44-54.

Shea, Professor S.: Report on the skeletons found in Pollacorragune, 55-64.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The MacDonalds of Mayo, 65-85.

Rabbitte, J.: Historical account of the wardens of Galway (continued), 83-90.

Raftery, J.: Excavation at Carrowjames Co. Mayo, 91-92.


Nos. i & ii [recte iii & iv]

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The gallóglach axe, 101-121.

O Riordain, Sean P.: Cist burial in Cuillare townland, Co. Mayo, 122-123.

Walsh, Paul: Christian kings of Connacht, 124-143.

Hynes, Monsignor: The Headford cairn, Co. Galway, 144-146.

Ó Duígneáin, Mícheál (ed.): Three seventeenth century Connacht documents, 147-161.

Jackson, J.: County Mayo finds, 162-164.

Rabbitte, J.: Historical account of the wardens of Galway (continued), 165-183.


JGAHS Vol. XVIII (1938–1939)

Nos. i & ii

O’Sullivan, M. D.: Barnabe Googe, Provost-Marshal of Connaught, 1582–1585, 1-39.

Ó Ríordáin, Seán P.: A Bronze Age find from Oldtown Kilcashel, Co. Roscommon, 40-42.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The early history of guns in Ireland, 43-65.

Mahr, Adolf: The galloglach axe, 66-68.

O’Sullivan, M.D.: Note on the St. Nicholas MSS., 69-71.

Leask, Harold G.: Derryhivenny Castle, Co. Galway, 72-76.

Rabbitte, J.: Historical account of the wardens of Galway (continued), 77-93.


Nos. iii & iv

O’Sullivan, M.D.: The use of leisure in old Galway, 99-120.

Willmot, G.F.: Two Bronze Age burials at Carrowbeg North, Belclare, Co. Galway, with geological note by C.D. Ovey and report on the human remains by Stephen Shea, 121-140.

O Duígeannáin, Mícheál: On the temporalities of the Augustinian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, Cong, Co. Mayo, 141-156.

Raftery, Joseph: The tumulus-cemetery of Carrowjames, Co. Mayo. Part I, 157-167.

Leask, Harold G.: Doorway and window, St. Augustine Street, Galway, 168-169.

O’Sullivan, D. (ed.): Some documents relating to Galway, 170-182.

O Duígeannáin, Mícheál (ed.): A letter from Roderic O’Flaherty to William Molyneux, 29 Jan. 1697, 183-185.


JGAHS Vol. XIX (1940–1941)

Nos. i & ii

Walsh, Paul: Connacht in the Book of Rights, 1-15.

Raftery, Joseph: The tumulus-cemetery of Carrowjames, Co. Mayo. Part II, 16-88.

Costello, Thomas B.: The ancient law school of Park, Co. Galway, 89-100.


Nos. iii & iv

Leask, H. G.: The Augustinian abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, Cong. Co. Mayo, 107-117.

Curtis, Edmund (ed.): The O’Maolconaire family: unpublished letters from Sir Edward Conry, Bart., to H.F. Hore, Esq., 1864, 118-146.

Hayes-McCoy, G.: A Galway freedom box of 1771, with a note on corporate freedom, 147-157.

Rabbitte, J.: Galway Corporation MS C. (concluded), 158-177.



JGAHS Vol. XX (1942–1943)

Nos. i & ii

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The Battle of Aughrim, 1691, 1-30.

Raftery, Joseph: A bog-butter vessel from near Tuam, Co. Galway, 31-38.

Mulchrone, Kathleen: The tripartite life of Patrick. Lost fragment discovered, 39-53.

Raftery, Joseph: A bronze halbert from Carn, Co. Mayo, 54-56.

Hayes McCoy, Marguerite: The Eyre documents in University College, Galway, 57-74.

Raftery, Joseph: On a food vessel from Ower, Co. Galway, 75-81.

Staunton, E. De Lacy: The O’Maolconaire family. A note, 82-88.

Raftery, Joseph: A Bronze Age burial from Ballinchalla, Co. Mayo, 89-91.

Kelly-Mór, Michael F.: A past generation with their utensils [Plate], facing p106.


Nos. iii & iv

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The Irish pike, 99-128.

Mulchrone, Kathleen: The tripartite life of Patrick. Fragment of Stowe copy found, 129-144.

Connellan, M.: St. Raoilinn of Teampall Raoileann, 145-150.

Hayes-McCoy, Marguerite: The Eyre documents in University College, Galway (continued), 151-179.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: A sixteenth century Irish sword, 130-184.

anonymous (the Editor): An enquiry [asks if polychrome Saintonge jugs have been found in Ireland], 185.


JGAHS Vol. XXI (1944–1945)

Nos. i & ii

Jones, Frederick M.: The Spaniards and Kinsale, 1-43.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The Irish pike, additional notes on its history, 44-50.

Moran, Patrick: Note on an inscribed slab, at Newport, Co. Mayo, 51-55.

Connellan, M.: St. Muadhnat of Kill Muadhnat, 56-62.

Jennings, Brendan: The chalices and books of Kilconnell Abbey, 63-70.

Hayes-McCoy, Marguerite: The Eyre documents in University College, Galway, 71-95.

Costello, Thomas B.: A short cist : : stone bracer : : flint arrowhead, 96-99.

Raftery, Joseph: A lidded food vessel from County Mayo, 100-102.


Nos. iii & iv

Raftery, Joseph: Contributions to the study of western archæology. Notes on recent finds from Co. Galway, 107-127.

Jennings, Brendan: Irish casualties at Cassano, 128-132.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The raising of the Connaught Rangers, 1793, 133-139.

Dodd, M.J. de C.: The manor and fishery of Killorglin, Co. Kerry. Note on its history, 140-173.

O’Sullivan, M. B.: The wives of Ulick, 1st Earl of Clanricarde, 174-183.

Jennings, Brendan: The Abbey of Kilconnell, two documents, 184-189.


JGAHS Vol. XXII (1946-1947)

Nos. i & ii

Egan, Patrick K.: The Augustinian priory of St. Mary Clontuskert O Many, 1-14.

Prendergast, Ellen: Togher at Kellysgrove Co. Galway, 15-18.

Bieler, Ludwig: O’Sullevan Beare’s Patriciana Decas, a modern Irish adaptation, 19-33.

Mulchrone, Kathleen:The Old-Irish form of Palladius, 34-42.

Ó Máille, T. S.: Áit-Ainmneacha I gcathair na Gaillimhe, 43-48.

Ó Báille, M.: The Buannadha, Irish professional soldiery of the sixteenth century, 49-94.


Nos. iii & iv

Jennings, Brendan: The Abbey of St. Francis, Galway, 101-119.

Lord Killanin: Notes on some of the antiquities of the Barony of Moycullen, Co. Galway, 120-131.

O’Sullivan, M.D.: Italian merchant bankers and the collection of papal revenues in Ireland in the thirteenth century, 132-163.

O’Neill, Patrick: The identification of Foclut, 164-173.

Jennings, Brendan: Melchior De Burgo, a Connaught soldier of fortune in the Low Countries in the seventeenth century, 174-181.


JGAHS Vol. XXIII (1948–1949)

Nos. i & ii

Lambert, G.W.: Sir Nicholas Malby and his associates, 1-13.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: A second 16th century Irish sword, 14-18.

O’Riordan, S.: Rinuccini in Galway, 1647–1649, 19-51.

Moeran, A.E.: The Gobaun Saor, 52-56.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: A relic of early Hanoverian rule in Galway , 57-69.

Connellan, M.J.: Clann Ceithearnaigh: its whereabouts and extent, 70-74.

Dobbs, Margaret E.: Dún Eogain Bél, 75-76.


Nos. iii & iv (1949)

Jennings, Brendan: Florence Conry, Archbishop of Tuam. His death, and the transfer of his remains, 83-92.

Ó Máille, T. S.: Place names from Galway documents, 93-137.

Connellan, M.J.: St. Brocaidh of Imliuch Brocadha, 138-146.

Hayes-McCoy, Marguerite: The Eyre documents in University College, Galway, 147-153.

Dobbs, Margaret E.: The Battle of Corann, 154-158.

Mark, Gordon: The pedigree of the family of French—a correction, 161-162.

anonymous: Wooden vessel found in Raford Bog [photograph and caption], 163.


JGAHS Vol. XXIV (1950-1951)

Nos. i & ii

Jones, Frederick M.: James Blake and a projected Spanish invasion of Galway in 1602, 1-18.

Connellan, M. J.: The see of Tuaim in Rath Breasail synod, 19-26.

O’Malley, Sir Owen: Note on the O’Malley lordship at the close of the XVIth Century, 27-57.

Ó Máille, T.S.: Place names from Galway documents (continued), 58-70.


Nos. iii & iv

Duignan, Michael: The Moylough (Co. Sligo) and other Irish belt-reliquaries, 83-94.

Egan, Patrick K.: The town of Loughrea in 1791, 95-110.

Lucas, A. T.: Horse hair fishing lines, 111-114.

Lord Killanin: The national monuments of county Galway, 115-124.

Connellan, M.J.: Three Patritian bishops and their seats in Airteach, 125-129.

Ó Máille, T.S.: Place names from Galway documents (concluded), 130-155.


JGAHS Vol. XXV (1952–1953)

Nos. i & ii

Ni Chinnéide, Síle: Coquebert de Montbret’s impressions of Galway city and county in the year 1791, 1-14.

Hartnett, P.J.: Recent archaeological finds from Connacht, 15-27.

O Máille, T. S.: Four County Galway place-names, 28-31.

O’Malley, Sir Owen: O’Malleys between 1651 and 1725, 32-46.

De Valera, Ruaidhri & Ó Nuallain, Seán: A cruciform passage-grave, 47-51.

Mac Fhinn, E.: Muircheartach Ó Domhnalláin, 52-59.


Nos. iii & iv

Killeen, Francis: Bread and circuses, 67-77.

Connellan, M.J.: Where on Cruachain was Seandomnagh Maighe Ai? 78-80.

O Máille, T.S.: County Galway place-names, 81-85.

Lucas, A.T.: Two recent bog-finds, 86-89.

Mac Fhinn P.E.: Ainmneacha na nDíoghaise I nÉirinn, 1716, 90-91.

Lord Killanin: Notes on some of the antiquities of the Barony of Ballynahinch, Co. Galway, 92-103.

Egan, Patrick K.: Progress and suppression of the United Irishmen in the western counties in 1798–99, 104-134.


JGAHS Vol. XXVI (1954–1956)

Nos. i & ii

Jordan, John: The battle of Aughrim: two Danish sources, 1-13.

O Danachair, Caoimhín: Representations of ploughs on grave-slabs at Claregalway friary, 14-18.

Egan, Patrick K.: The Carmelite cell of Bealaneny, 19-25.

Rynne, Etienne: ‘Giant’s Grave’, Knockshanbally, Co. Mayo, 26-27.

Lord Killanin: A stone celt from Ross demesne, Co. Galway, 28.

Duignan, Michael: Clonfert cathedral: a note, 29.

Walsh, Micheline: A Galway officer of the Spanish navy, 30-34.

Goulden, J.R.W.: Kilnamanagh: the lost church of Aran, 35-41.

O Máille, T.S.: Shurick in placenames, 42-47.


Nos. iii & iv

de Paor, Liam: The limestone crosses of Clare and Aran, 53-71.

Rynne, Etienne: ‘Turnincorragh’—a Bronze Age burial mound in Co. Mayo, 72-74.

Ó Danachair, Caoimhín: Semi-underground habitations, 75-80.

Ni Chinnéide, Síle: Luke Wadding, 1588–1657: tercentenary lecture, 81-93.


JGAHS Vol. XXVII (1956–57)

Gwynn, Aubrey: The Annals of Connacht and the abbey of Cong, 1-9.

Cullen, Louis M: Five letters relating to Galway smuggling in l 737, 10-25.

Brady, John: Some Connacht links with the ‘Popish Plot’, 26-32.

Egan, Patrick K.: Clonfert museum and its collections, 33-76.


JGAHS Vol. XXVIII (1958–59)

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: Three Galway ships, 1-4.

Gwynn, Aubrey: A Franciscan Bishop of Clonfert, 5-11.

Ó Máille, T.S.: Five County Galway placenames, 12-17.

Brady, John: Some Connacht links with the ‘Popish Plot’ (continued), 18-22.

Butler Blackall, Sir Henry: The Butlers of Cregg, 23-41.

Mooney, Canice: The Franciscans in County Mayo, 42-69.


JGAHS Vol. XXIX (1960–1961)

Nos. i & ii

Rynne, Etienne: A bronze cauldron from Ballyedmond, Co. Galway (preliminary note), 1-2.

Raftery, Joseph: A Viking burial in County Galway, 3-6.

Mooney, Canice: The Friary of Ross: foundation and early years, 7-14.

Hayes-McCoy, G.A.: The Galway Sword and Mace, 15-36.


Nos. iii & iv

Sheehy, Maurice P.: The Bull Laudabiliter: A problem in medieval diplomatique and history, 45-70.

Rynne, Etienne: A medieval burial at ‘Slagfield’, near Moytura, County Sligo, 71-73.

Raftery, Joseph: A long stone cist in County Roscommon, 74-77.

Egan, Patrick K.: An O’Kelly deed, 78-82.

Aldridge, R.B.: Some megalithic and other sites in Counties Mayo and Sligo, 83-90.


JGAHS Vol. XXX (1962–63)

Rynne, Etienne: Cist-burial at Corrower, Co. Mayo, 1.

Mooney, Canice: A French bishop of Annaghdown, 2.

Connellan, M.J.: Ballygeraghty and Castlecoote, 3-6.

Cullen, Louis M.: The Galway smuggling trade in the seventeen-thirties, 7-40.

Mitchell, J.: Colonel William Persse, 49-89.

Kennedy, Patrick J.: The County of the Town of Galway, 90-101.


JGAHS Vol. XXXI (1964–65)

Dolley, Michael: A seventeenth-century coin-find from Galway City, 5-7.

Sheehy, Maurice P.: The parish of Athenry in 1434, 8-10.

Aldridge, R.B.: Megalithic and other sites in counties Mayo and Galway, 11-15.

Quane, Michael: Galway Classical School, 16-24.

Morris, Richard Knowles: John P. Holland and the Fenians, 25-38.

Quane, Michael: Galway Grammar School, 39-70.

Duffy, Éamon P.: Clanricarde and the Duke of Lorraine, 71-99.


JGAHS Vol. 32 (1966–71)

Mitchell, J.: Mayor Lynch of Galway: a review of the tradition, 5-72.

Waddell, John: A ringfort at Ballybrit, Co. Galway, 73-79.

Timoney, Martin A.: A cross-inscribed slab from Kilmacowen, Co. Sligo, 80 (drawing), 81-88 (text).

Aldridge, R.B.: Some further megalithic sites in Co. Mayo, 89-90.

Timoney, Martin A.: A long stone cist at Carrowmore, Co. Sligo, 90-91.

Gannon, Ann: Promontory fort at Ballymore, Co. Roscommon, 91-92.

Rynne, Etienne: Stone head from Curraghboy, Co. Roscommon, 92-93.

Rynne, Etienne: Excavation at 'Lisbeg', Rinmore, Galway, 93-94.


JGAHS Vol. 33 (1972–73)

Waddell, John: An archæological survey of Temple Brecan, Aran, 5-27.

Nicholls, Kenneth: A list of monasteries in Connacht 1577, 28-43.

Lane, Padraig G.: The general impact of the Encumbered Estates Act of 1849 on Counties Galway and Mayo, 44-74.

Mitchell, James: The Rev. John Rooney, 75-77.

Mitchell, James: A reputed decree of Galway Corporation, 1518, 78-79.

Walsh, A.: A medieval graveslab at Oranmore [note], 80-81.


JGAHS Vol. 34 (1974–75)

Waddell, John: The Bronze Age burials from County Galway , 5-20.

Tuathaigh, Gearóid: Gaelic Ireland, popular politics and Daniel O’Connell, 21-35.

Deutsch-Brady, Chantal: "The Cattle Drive of Tulira", 35-39.

Hawkins, Richard: Liberals, land and coercion in the summer of 1880: the influence of the Carraroe ejectments, 40-57.

Mitchell, James: Laurence Nihell, Bishop of Kilfenora and Kilmacduagh, 1726–1795, 58-87.

Rynne, Etienne & Timoney, Martin A.: Excavations of a destroyed wedge-tomb at Breeoge, Co. Sligo, 88-92.

English, N.W.: Eyrecourt Races in the County of Galway, 1748 [note], 93-94.

McDonogh, James P.: ‘Cloch an Loingsigh’, Renmore, Galway [note], 94-95.

Coen, Martin: Anach Cuain [note], 95-98.

Anderson, Jorgen: Romanesque heads in Teampall Jarlath, Tuam [note], 98-101.

Rynne, Etienne: Some ancient finds from Boherduff, Co. Galway [note], 102-103.


JGAHS Vol. 35 (1976)

Townley, Christopher: The Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 5-11.

Martin, Francis X.: ‘Obstinate’ Skerrett, Missionary in Virginia, the West Indies and England, (c.1674–c.1688), 12-51.

Ní Chinnéide, Síle: A Frenchman’s tour of Connacht in 1791, 52-66.

Egan, P.K.: The Royal Visitation of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh 1615, 67-76.

Mitchell, James: The Tholsel at Galway (1639–1822), 77-85.

Waddell, John: Kilcholan: An early ecclesiastical site on Inishmore, Aran, 86-88.

Raftery, Barry: The hillfort at Belmont in Co. Galway, 89-95.

Harbison, Peter: The ‘Ballintober Master’ and a date for the Clonfert Cathedral chancel, 96-99.

Brady-Deutsch, Chantal: The railway question, 1902, 100-101.

Hughes, Raymond: A Galway election list of 1727, 105-128.

Ó Fiaich, Tomás: "The Patriot Priest of Partry" Patrick Lavelle: 1825–1886, 129-148.

Coen, M.: Sir William Gregory [note], 149-151.

Ryan, Michael: A bronze halberd from Lavally [note], 152-153.

English, N.W.: Galway monetary crisis! c.1804 [note], 154.

Egan, P.K.: Extent of Maonmagh [note], 154-155.


JGAHS Vol. 36 (1977-78)

O’Callaghan, Edward P.: Bishop Edward Thomas O’Dwyer and the fall of Parnell : a reassessment, 5-13

Martin Coen, The choosing of Oliver Kelly for the See of Tuam, 1809-15, 14-29

Ní Chinnéide, Síle: A Frenchman’s tour of Connacht in 1791, 30-42

Mitchell, James: James Nihell, M.D., F.R.S. (1705–1759), 43-55

Waddell, John: Some archaeological material in University College, Galway, 56-69

de Lourdes Fahy, Sr. M.: Mother M. Aloysius Doyle (1820–1908), 70-77

McMahon, Michael: Stone monuments in the Ballinakill District, 78-81

English, N.W.: Eyrecourt stocks and the Quakers, 1700 [note], 82.

Nolan, Christina: A lime kiln near Ballyhaunis, Co. Mayo [note], 83-84.

Higgins, Jim: A Bann flake from Oughterard, Co. Galway [note], 84-85.

Ó Tuathaigh, Gearóid: A letter from Fr. Mathew to Thomas N. Redington [note], 85-87.


JGAHS Vol. 37 (1979-80)

Mitchell, James: An Account of the Franciscan Friary and of the Parish Churches at Claregalway during the last two hundred and fifty years, 5-34.

Cooke, Colm: Sir William Gregory 1817–1892, 35-53.

Bolster, Angela: Correspondence concerning the system of National Education between Archbishop Daniel Murray of Dublin and Bishop George J. Browne of Galway, 54-61.

Ticher, Kurt: The silver in the Saint Clare’s monastery, Galway, 62-77.

Rynne, Etienne: Slate medals and armlets from the Aran Islands, 78-84.

Bartlett, Thomas: A Galway election squib of 1783, 85-89.

Fanning, Thomas: An Early Christian site at Ballinaboy, Co. Roscommon, 90-93.

McMahon, Michael: A wedge-tomb and other Monuments near Lough Graney in N.E. Clare, 94-95.


JGAHS Vol. 38 (1981-82)

Naughten, Mary: Judge William Nicholas Keogh, 5-30.

Mitchell, James: Mayor Lynch of Galway: a review of the tradition, 31-44.

Lane, Padraig G.: The impact of the Encumbered Estates Court upon the landlords of Galway and Mayo, 45-58.

Hogan Patrick M.: The Undoing of Citizen John Moore—President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Connacht, 1798, 59-72.

Patrick, Ross: Young Irelanders in Australia, 73-78.

Briggs, C. Stephen: On the Viking-age silver hoards from Co. Galway, 79-82.

Sweetman, David: archaeological excavation at the Cross of Cloonshanville, Co. Roscommon, 83-87.

MacMahon, Michael: A wedge-tomb and other monuments near Lough Graney in N.E. Clare, 88-89.


JGAHS Vol. 39 (1983-84)

Rynne, Etienne: Military and civilian swords from the River Corrib, 5-26.

Mitchell, James: Fr. Peter Daly (c. 1788–1868), 27-114.

Duffy, Eamon P.: The siege and surrender of Galway, 1651–1652, 115-142.


JGAHS Vol. 40 (1985-86)

Mulloy, Sheila: Galway in the Jacobite War, 1-19.

Mitchell, James: Fiction and ‘The Empty Frame’: Györ and Galway, 20-48.

Moran, Gerard: The origins and development of boycotting, 49-64.

Hogan, Patrick: The pursuit of William Mangan, United Irish captain: an historical footnote, 65-71.

Walsh, Paul: The foundation of the Augustinian friary at Galway: a review of the sources, 72-80.

Glover, Winifred: Antiquities from Connacht in the Ulster Museum, 81-89.

Lynn, C.J.: Some 13th-century castle sites in the west of Ireland: note on a preliminary reconnaissance, 90-113.

Sweetman, P. D.: Archaeological excavations at Ballymote Castle, Co. Sligo, 114-124.

Rynne, Etienne: A fourth high cross at Tuam, 125-129.

Waddell, John: Knocknagur, Turoe and local enquiry, 130-133.

Cooney, Gabriel: An unrecorded wedge-tomb at Scrahallia, Cashel, Connemara, Co. Galway, 134-137.

Mitchell, James: The mistitled ‘Joyce’ tomb in the Collegiate Church of St Nicholas, Galway, 138-139.

Buckley, Victor M. and O’Brien, Kevin: A recently discovered souterrain at Carnmore townland, Co. Galway, 139-142.

Higgins, Jim: A bottle seal of the Blakes of Ardfry, 142-143.

Higgins, Jim: Some further mesolithic finds from near Oughterard, Co. Galway, 144-145.


JGAHS Vol. 41 (1987-88)

Conroy, Gearóid: The work of the Galway Archaeological Survey, 6-9.

Guerin, Deirdre: Breakdown of the classifications in the Sites and Monuments Record for Co. Galway, 9-12.

Guerin, Deirdre: Computer-drawn monument distributions for Co. Galway: some preliminary results, 13-14.

Sheehan, John Excavation of a wedge tomb at Greenwood, Bekan, Co. Mayo, 16-22.

Gosling, Paul: Excavation of a possible standing stone at Cloonelt, near Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon, 23-30.

Casey, Markus: Excavation of a cist-like structure at Ard, Oughterard, Co. Galway, 31-31.

Waddell, John: J.R.W. Goulden’s excavations on Inishmore, Aran, 1953–1955, 37-59.

Sheehan, John: A reassessment of the Viking burial from Eyrephort, Co. Galway, 60-72.

Holland, Patrick: The Anglo-Normans in Co. Galway: the process of colonization, 73-89.

Clyne, Miriam: Excavation at St. Mary’s Cathedral, Tuam, Co. Galway, 90-103.

Hayden, Alan: Excavation on the line of the medieval town defences of Loughrea, Co. Galway, l04-113.

Casey, Markus: Trial Excavations in Galway City, 1987, 114-119.

Walsh, Paul: Rinmore Fort: A seventeenth century fortification at Renmore, Galway, 120-125.

de hÓra, Kathy: Some guidelines for church and graveyard cleaning and conservation, l26-131.

Higgins, Jim & Gibbons, Michael: Emerging evidence for the Mesolithic in Co. Galway: 132-135.

A long cist at Fakeeragh, Clifden, Co. Galway: Gibbons, Erin, 135-138.

Byrne, Charles & Gosling, Paul: A hilltop enclosure on Knockacarrigeen, near Knockmaa, Co. Galway, 138-141.

Kerrigan, Ann: A ringfort in the I.D.A. Business Park, Dangan, Galway, 142-144.

Meiler de Bermingham’s tombstone: Etienne Rynne, 144-147.

Morahan, Leo: A stone head from Killeen, Belcarra, Co. Mayo, 147-149.

Crombie, Deirdre: Children’s burial grounds in the Barony of Dunmore: a preliminary note, 149-151.


JGAHS Vol. 42 (1989-90)

Mitchell, James: The ordination in Ireland of Jansenist clergy from Utrecht, 1715-16: The role of Fr Paul Kenny, ODC, of Co. Galway (Part One), 1-29.

Walsh, Paul: Cromwell’s Barrack: A Commonwealth garrison fort on Inishbofin, Co. Galway, 30-71.

Foley, Timothy P.: ‘A Nest of Scholars’: biographical material on some early professors at Queen’s College, Galway, 72-86.

Kenny, Michael: The Kilmaine Hoard: silver pennies, mainly English short cross of Henry III, deposited c. 1240, 87-113.

Walsh, Anne: Galway landlords and country houses, 114-124.

Sheehan, John: A Viking-age silver arm-ring from Portumna, Co. Galway, 125-130.

Mac Lochlainn, Alf: Documents on social life: four letters from the Wilson-Lynch papers, 131-136.

Rynne, Etienne: Ringfort at Ballybane, Galway, 136-138.

Gosling, Paul: silent guns: two pieces of early 19th century ordnance on the shores of Galway Bay, 139-143.

Ryan, Anne: Gort Inse Guaire, a royal residence in South Galway, 143-150.

Walsh, Paul: The chapel of St. James at Newcastle, Galway, 150-155.

Higgins, Jim: A fourth Holy Trinity carving from Galway City? 155-158.


JGAHS Vol. 43 (1991)

Papazian, Cliona: Excavations at Athenry Castle, Co. Galway, 1-45.

Mitchell, James: The ordination in Ireland of Jansenist clergy from Utrecht, 1715-16: the role of Fr Paul Kenny, ODC, of Co. Galway (Concluded), 46-81.

Kerrigan, Colm: Temperance and Politics in Pre-Famine Galway, 82-94.

Lane, Padraig G.: Purchasers of land in Counties Galway and Mayo in the Encumbered Estates Court, 1849-1858, 95-127.

Dunleavy, John: John Yates, a traveller in Connemara, 1875, 128-138.

Ryan, Michael: Municipal dignity?: a controversy in Galway, 1898, 139-157.

Collins, Timothy: Oysters and antiquities: a biographical note on E.W.L. Holt, 158-166.

Kenny, Michael: Miscellanea 1: A small 13th century coin hoard from Dunmore, Co. Galway, 167-170.

Kenny, Michael: Miscellanea 2: A Kufic coin fragment from Carrowreilly, Co. Sligo, 170-173.

Walsh, Paul: Illustrations of the Holy Trinity in Galway City, 173-174.

Ireland, Aideen: Westport Customs and Excise, 1837-1881, 175-176.

Mac Lochlainn, Alf and Fionnuala: An ancient site at Raha? 176-177.


JGAHS Vol. 44 (1992)

Canny, Nicholas: Remembering Columbus 1492-1992, 1-10.

Long, Harry: Dún Aonghasa, 11-28.

Henry, Mary: Prehistoric life in Co. Galway: a distributional analysis, 29-46.

Walsh, Paul: An account of the town of Galway, 47-118.

O’Connor, Jimmy: Aspects of Galway postal history 1638–1984, 119-194.

Clyne, Miriam: Excavations at Rosshill Abbey, County Galway, 195-208.

Higgins, Jim: An Early Christian cross-slab from Roscam, Co. Galway, 209-212.


JGAHS Vol. 45 (1993)

Walsh, Paul: The Medieval merchant’s mark and its survival in Galway, 1-28.

Ó Murchadha, M.K.: Music in Saint Nicholas’ Collegiate Church Galway 1480-1912, 29-43.

Solan, John: Interdenominational relations in Connacht in the eighteenth-century, 44-69.

Lane, Pádraig G.: Some Galway and Mayo landlords of the mid-nineteenth century, 70-89.

Foley, Timothy P.: D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson: classical scholar and Fenian sympathiser, 90-123.

Collins, Timothy: Praeger in the West: naturalists and antiquarians in Connemara and the islands 1894-1914, 124-154.

Challis, S.D.: Galway postal history, 155-157.

Lohan, Máire: A hilltop cairn on Benlevy, near Clonbur, Co. Galway, 157-160.

O’Dowd, Peadar: A baselard-knife from Annaghkeen, 161-162.

Higgins, Jim: Lost Late Medieval woodwork from Priory Lane, Galway, 162-164.


JGAHS Vol. 46 (1994)

Collins, Timothy: The Galway Line in context: a contribution to Galway maritime history (Part I), 1-42.

Mulveen, Jack: Galway goldsmiths, their marks and ware, 43-64.

Mitchell, James: The imprisomnent of Wilfred Scawen Blunt in Galway: cause and consequence, 65-110.

Mohr, Paul: John Birmingham of Tuam: a most unusual landlord, 111-155.

Lane, Pádraig G.: Lord Plunket and the Partry Mountains: a case study of 1850s landlordism, 156-172.

Foley, Timothy P.: Thomas Maguire and the Parnell Forgeries, 173-196.

Ireland, Aideen: Clancarthy correspondence 1785–1861, 197-202.

Holland, Patrick: Anglo-Norman Galway; rectangular earthworks and moated sites, 203-211.


JGAHS Vol. 47 (1995)

Pethica, James L. and Roy, James Charles: "Nothing but misery all round me": Henry Stratford Persse and the Galway Famine of 1822, 1-35.

Collins, Timothy: The Galway Line in context: a contribution to Galway maritime history (Concluded), 36-86.

Rasche, Hermann: "...a strange spectacle..." German travellers in the West 1828–1858, 87-107.

Joyce, Toby: The Galway American 1862-63 Part 1 James Roche and the American Civil War, 108-137.

Harbison, Sheelagh: Rindown Castle: a royal fortress in Co. Roscommon, 138-148.

Waddell, John and Clyne, Miriam: M.V.Duignan’s excavations at Kiltiernan, Co. Galway, 1950–1953, 149-204.

Rynne, Etienne: The ‘Luguaedon’ pillar-stone, 205-211.

Mitchell, James: The first number of the Society’s Journal, 212-216.

O’Dowd, Peadar: An Chrois-a recently restored Menlo monument, 216-220.

O’Connor, Jimmy: Galway postal history [corrections], 221-222.


JGAHS Vol. 48 (1996)

Ryan, John F.: Gerald O’Donovan: priest, novelist and Irish revivalist, 1-47.

Robson, Michael: Gilbert Ó Tigernaig, Bishop of Annaghdown, c.1306–23, 48-68.

Lenihan, P draig: Galway and the ‘new’ system of fortifications 1643–50, 69-91.

Feely, Martin; Lidwill, Jerry and Monaghan, Dominic: Mrs. Coade’s Stone—a late 18th century addition to Co. Galway’s architectural heritage, 92-97.

Mitchell, James: ‘The Old Castle’ on Mutton Island, 98-103.

Joyce, Toby: The Galway American 1862-63 (concluded) politics and place in a Fenian newspaper, 104-136.

Collins, Timothy: The Town Hall in 1857—when Galway Hospitality met Crimean Cannon, 137-142.

Walsh, Anne: Smallpox in Athenry 1875, 143-152.

O’Dowd, Peadar: Some Galway and other memories from Ballykinlar Camp 1921, 153-160.

Harbison, Peter: Foster and Ballinsnave Castle: a query, 161.

Cunningham, Bernadette (ed.): Clanricard letters, 162-208.


JGAHS Vol. 49 (1997)

Mitchell, James: The prisons of Galway: background to the Inspector General’s Reports, 1796-1818, 1-21.

Ó Muraíle, Nollaig: Dubhaltach Mac Fhirbhisigh and County Galway, 22-35.

Conroy, Jane: Galway Bay, Louis XIV’s navy and the ‘little Bougard’, 36-48.

Walsh, Paul & Duffy, Paul: An extract from Strafford’s inquisition: Galway Corporation property, in 1637, 49-64.

Corlett, Chris: The prehistoric archaeology of the parish of Kilgeever, south west County Mayo, 65-103.

Briggs, C. Stephen: The discovery and origins of some Bronze Age amber beads from Ballycurrin Demesne, Co. Mayo, 104-121.

Collins, Timothy: HMS Valorous: her contribution to Galway maritime history, 122-142.

Lyons, J.B.: A Gogarty/Gregory correspondence, 1910–30, 143-158.

Holland, Patrick: The Anglo-Norman landscape in County Galway; land-holdings, castles and settlements, 159-193.

Roy, James Charles: Triumphal gateway, Moyode Castle, County Galway, 194-201.


JGAHS Vol. 50 (1998)

Hogan, Patrick M.: 1798 Remembered: Casualties sustained by Government forces during the Humbert episode, August-September, 1798: a re-appraisal, 1-9.

O’Connell, J.W.: Invasion anticipated: Colonel W. Robertson’s "Plans for the Defence of the Irish Coasts & Foreign Invasion & to prepare for Security, taken occasionally in 1796, 97 & 98", 10-36.

Wilkins, David C.A.: Defence prepared: the Galway Militia from 1793, 37-48.

Mitchell, James: Queen’s College, Galway 1845–1858: from site to structure, 49-89.

Collins, Timothy: Dodos and discord: a biographical note on A.G. Melville of Queen’s College Galway, 90-111.

O’Malley, Michael George: Memories of Queen’s College Galway, 1904-1906, 112-117.

Clear, Caitríona: Homelessness, crime, punishment and poor relief in Galway 1850-1914: an introduction, 118-134.

Corlett, Christiaan: A survey of the standing stone complex at Killadangan, County Mayo, 135-150.

Lyttleton, James: Loughpark ‘crannog’ revisited, 151-183.

O’Keeffe, Tadhg: The fortifications of western Ireland, AD 1100–1300, and their interpretation, 184-200.

O’Dowd, Peadar: Leachta cuimhne or funerary cairns of Wormhole, Moycullen, Co. Galway, 201-209.

Mac Lochlainn, Alf: Some place-names in Larkin’s 1819 map of Galway, 210-213.

Crumlish, Richard: Excavation of an enclosure at Tuam, Co. Galway, 214-217.


JGAHS Vol. 51 (1999)

Mitchell James: The appointment of Revd. J.W. Kirwan as first President of Queen’s College, Galway and his years in office: 1845–1849, 1-23.

O’Sullivan, M.D.: The centenary of Galway College (the text of a centenary lecture delivered on the 19th November, 1949, prepared for publication by Joe O’Halloran), 24-42.

Corlett, Christiaan: Rock art on Drumcoggy Mountain, Co. Mayo, 43-64.

Casey, Markus: Excavation at the promontory fort at Doonamo, Aughernacalliagh, Co. Mayo, 65-76.

Lohan, Máire: Ceremonial monuments in Moytura, Co. Mayo, 77-108.

Ó Broin, Tomás: Inis Thiar: Naming and misnaming, 109-119.

Langan-Egan, Maureen: Some aspects of the Great Famine in Galway, 120-139.

Fennessy, Ignatius: Hugh Charles Horan of Galway and Mother Mary MacKillop, 140-146.

Ó Cearbhaill, Diarmuid: From Dooghcloon to Chicago: the life and career of Congressman Lawrence E. McGann 1852–1928, 147-166.

Mulveen, Jack: Tóchar Phádraic: Mayo’s penitential and sculptured highway, 167-181.

Marnell, Cian: Healing wells of Kiltartan, 182-188.

O’Dowd, Peadar: James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’ and its Galway connections, 189-193.


JGAHS Vol. 52 (2000)

Harbison Peter: Church reform and Irish monastic culture in the twelfth century, 2-12.

Etchingham, Colmán: Episcopal hierarchy in Connacht and Tairdelbach Ua Conchobair, 13-29.

Andrews, J.H.: Post-Armada cartography in Galway, 30-48.

Mitchell, James: ‘Scandalous almost beyond endurance’: Bishop Laurence O’Donnell and his advocacy of Queen’s College Galway, 49-68.

O’Halloran, Joe: The correspondence of Sir D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson: letters from members of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, 1919–47, 69-103.

Mulveen, Jack: Old Galway’s occupational fraternity, 104-119.

Ryan, David: ‘Ribbonism’ and agrarian violence in County Galway, 1819–1820, 120-134.

Fitzpatrick, Martin & Crumlish, Richard: The excavation of three burnt mounds on the outskirts of Galway City, 135-143.

Roy, James Charles: Caher na Earle (The Earl’s Chair), 144-154.

Chapple, Robert M.: A statistical analysis and preliminary classification of gravestones from Craughwell, Co. Galway, 155-171.


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JGAHS Vol. 54 (2002)

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Some Wild Geese of the West, 1-24.

Clesham, Brigid: Lord Altamont's letter to Lord Lucan about the Act of Union, 1800, 25-34.

Mitchell, James: The parish church of St. Mary, Oughterard: the background to its construction, with an account of the dispute concerning title to its site, 35-54.

Carey, Anne: Excavations at Knockcarrigeen Hill, Tuam, Co. Galway, 55-71.

O'Conor, Kieran & Finan, Tom: The moated site at Cloonfree, Co. Roscommon, 72-87.

Thompson, D'Arcy Wentworth: Galway; or, the City of the Tribes [edited and introduced by Tadhg Foley], 88-102.

Conroy, Jane: Ballinasloe, 1826: Catholic emancipation, political tourism and the French liberal agenda, 103-120.

Ó Cearbhaill, Diarmuid: The Colahans—a remarkable Galway family. Snadh na Sean, 121-140.

Collins, Timothy: The Helga/Muirchu: her contribution to Galway maritime history, 141-167.

Boran, Marie: The Ireland that we made: a Galway tribute to Arthur J. Balfour, 168-174.

Curtin, Geraldine: Female prisoners in Galway Gaol in the late nineteenth century, 175-182.

Stafford, Seán: Taibhdearc na Gaillimhe: Galway's Gaelic theatre, 183-214.

Fitzpatrick, Martin: The excavation of a souterrain entrance at Loughrea Golf Course, County Galway, 215-220.

Higgins, Jim: A Bronze Age rattle pendant from Cloon townland, Co. Galway, 221-226.

Mac Lochlainn, Alf: James Joyce on the Galway harbour scheme, 227-229.