JKAHS 1 (1968)

Armitage, Thomas: County Kerry’s historical societies, 5-8.

Cremin Madden, Aedeen: Beaker pottery In Ireland, 9-24.

Quane, Michael: Castleisland Charter School, 25-40.

Hilliard, F.M.: Philip Ronayne, Gent., 41-45.

Ó Corráin, Donncha: Studies in West Munster history: I. the regnal succession in Ciarraighe Luachra, 741-1165, 46-55.

Ó Lúing, Sean: Some travellers in Kerry, 56-72.

Moyles, M.G. & de Brún, Pádraig: Charles O’Brien's agricultural survey of Kerry, 1800, 73-100.


JKAHS 2 (1969)

Ó Lúing, Seán: The Phoenix Society in Kerry, 1858-9, 5-26.

Ó Corráin, Donncha: Studies in West Munster history: II. Alltraighe, 27-37.

de Brún, Pádraig: An tAthair Brasbie, 38-58.

Caulfield, Séamas: Some quernstones in private possession in Co. Kerry, 59-73.

Culhane, Thomas F.: Traditions of Glin and its neighbourhood, 74-101.

Ó Súilleabháin, Seán: ‘Tuaith Siosta na bhfionna-bhrú naolta’, 102-107.

Moyles M.G. and de Brún, Pádraig: Charles O’Brien's agricultural survey of Kerry, 1800 (concluded), 108-132.


JKAHS 3 (1970)

Herity, Michael: The prehistoric peoples of Kerry: a programme of investigation, 5-14.

Waddell, John: Notes on some Kerry souterrains, 15-18.

Ó Corráin, Donncha: Studies in West Munster history: IIa. A further note on the Alltraighe, 19-22.

Nicholls, K.W.: The FitzMaurices of Kerry, 23-42.

O'Connor, Patrick: The seigniory of Castleisland in the seventeenth century, 43-47.

Ó Riain, Pádraig: A poem on Séafraidh Ó Donnchadha an Ghleanna, 48-58.

Hoppen, Theodore K. & de Brún, Pádraig: Samuel Molyneux's tour of Kerry, 1709, 59-80.

Mac Lochlainn, Alf: Thomas O’Shea, a Kerry harper, 81-83.

O'Shea, Kieran: David Moriarty (1814–77): I. The making of a bishop, 84-98.

Herity, Michael: A tour of John Windele’s in south Kerry, 1848, 99-115.

Ó , Seán: Pádraig Feiritéar (1856–1924): a shaol agus a shaothar, 116-130.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Aspects of the Fenian rising in Kerry, 1867: I. The rising and its background, 131-153.

Ó Cathaoir, Breandán: The Kerry ‘Home Rule’ by-election, 1872, 154-170.

Ó Snodaigh, Pádraig: Miscellanea: 1. Neart fórsaí Shasana i dTrá i 1916 [An estimate of British military strength in Tralee in 1916], 171-172.

de Brún, Pádraig: Miscellanea: 2. An tAthair Brasbienótaí breise [additional notes to article in Volume 2 ], 172.


JKAHS 4 (1971)

Ó Nualláin, Seán: The stone circles of County Kerry, 5-27.

O'Sullivan, William: William Molyneux's geographical collections for Kerry, 28-47.

Ó Snodaigh, Pádraig: Notes on the Volunteers, Militia, Yeomanry and Fencibles of Kerry, 48-70.

de Brún, Pádraig: A sidelight on the 1834 affray at Ballyeagh, 71-73.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Daniel O’Connell, intimidation and the Kerry elections of 1835, 74-97.

Ó Riain, Pádraig: Two Welsh visitors to Kerry in 1852, 98-105.

O'Shea, Kieran: David Moriarty (1814–77): II. Reforming a diocese, 106-126.

Ó hAilín, Tomás: Seanchas ar léamh agus scríobh na Gaeilge I gCorca Dhuibhne, 127-138.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Aspects of the Fenian rising in Kerry, 1867: II. Aftermath, 139-164.

Culhane, Thomas F.: Miscellanea: 1. Irish in an Australian goldfield, 165.

de Brún, Pádraig: Miscellanea: 2. Uacht Shéafraidh Dhonnchadha an Ghleanna, 166.


JKAHS 5 (1972)

Harbison, Peter: The building-history of Ratass church, 5-13.

Pierse, John H.: The origin of the Pierse family of Co. Kerry, 14-32.

de Brún, Pádraig: Sir Richard Cox’s description of Kerry, 1687, 33-45.

The Knight of Glin: Lord Orrery's travels in Kerry, 1735, 46-59.

Bolster, M. Angela: Insights into fifty years of episcopal elections (1774–1824), 60-76.

de Brún, Pádraig: An Scoláire Bán, 77-85.

O'Shea, Kieran: David Moriarty (1814–77): III. Politics, 86-102.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Aspects of the Fenian rising in Kerry, 1867: III. Prelude to the trials, 102-132.

Quane, Michael: Primary education in Kerry one hundred years ago, 133-159.

Deady, John: Miscellanea: 1. A souterrain at Ballysheen, Abbeydorney, 160-161.

Ó Cíobháin, Breandán: Miscellanea: 2. Saighdiuireacht i gCorca Dhuibhne, 1737, 161.


JKAHS 6 (1973)

Fanning, Thomas: Excavations at Reask, Co. Kerry. Preliminary report, 5-8.

Harbison, Peter: Some medieval sculpture in Kerry, 9-25.

Barber, John: The orientation of the recumbent-stone circles of the south-west of Ireland, 27-39.

Pierse, John H.: Nicholas Dall Pierse of Co. Kerry, harper, 40-75.

Dickson, David: The account-book of a Kerry revenue official, 1687-9,

Chinnéide, Síle: A new view of eighteenth-century life in Kerry, 83-100.

de Brún, Pádraig: ‘A song relative to a fight between the Kerry Militia and some yeomen at Stewartstown, Co. of Tyrone’, July 1797, 101-130.

O'Shea, Kieran: David Moriarty (1814-77): IV. Ecclesiastical affairs, 131-142.

Ó Súilleabháin, Pádraig: Father McDonnell’s visit to Derrynane in 1833, 143-151.

Breathnach, Breandán: Séamus Goodman (1828–96): bailitheoir ceoil, 152-171.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Aspects of the Fenian rising in Kerry, 1867: IV. Kerry summer assizes, 1867, 172-194.

Dolley, Michael: Miscellanea: 1. A nineteenth-century find of fifteenth-century coins from Cahirciveen, 195-197.

de Brún, Pádraig Miscellanea: 2. An early reference to the legend of Gleann na nGealt, 197-199.


JKAHS 7 (1974)

Twohig, Dermot C.: Excavation at Dromkeen East, Causeway, 5-11.

Dickson, David: Edward Thompson’s report on the management of customs and excise in County Kerry in 1733, 12-20.

O'Shea, Kieran: Bishop Moylan’s relatio status, 1785, 21-36.

de Brún, Pádraig: A census of the parish of Ferriter, January 1835, 37-70.

de Brún, Pádraig: John Windele and Father John Casey: Windele’s visit to Inis Tuaisceart in 1838, 71-106.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Aspects of the Fenian rising in Kerry, 1867: V. Personalities and problems, 107-133.

Nic Leóid, Caitríona: The corporation of Ardfert glass loving cup, 134-138.

Murphy Michael K. & Dolley, Michael: A late nineteenth-century Kerry forger’s mould from Lispole, 139-142.

Harbison, Peter: Miscellanea: 1. A lost Gothic roof boss from Tralee, 143-144.

de Brún, Pádraig: Miscellanea: 2. A monk of Rattoo, 144-145.

Dolley, Michael: Miscellanea: 3. A hoard of the so-called ‘gun-money’ from Causeway, 146-148.

de Brún, Pádraig: Miscellanea: 4. Ardfert in 1827, 148-149.


JKAHS 8 (1975)

Fanning, Thomas: Excavations at Reask. Preliminary report, seasons 1973-5, 5-10.

Cosgrove, Art: The execution of the earl of Desmond, 1468, 11-27.

MacCurtain, Margaret: The fall of the house of Desmond, 28-44.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Dr Dermot Lyne: an Irish Catholic landholder in Cork and Kerry under the penal laws, 45-72.

Stagles, Joan: Nineteenth-century settlements in the lesser Blasket islands, 73-88.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Richard Griffith and the roads of Kerry, 89-113.

de Brún, Pádraig: A census of the parishes of Prior and Killemlagh, December 1834, 114-135.

de Brún, Pádraig: Scéal Gaeilge ón Tóchar, 136-174.

Harbison, Peter: Miscellanea: 1. Two prehistoric objects from Killarney in Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury, 175-178.

Dolley, Michael: Miscellanea: 2. A neglected sidelight on the last years of Ardfert corporation, 178-181.

Harbison, Peter: Miscellanea: 3. ‘Some medieval sculpture in Kerry’—additional notes, 181.


JKAHS 9 (1976)

Ryan, Michael: A souterrain in Kealduff Upper townland, Glenbeigh, 5-10.

Ryan, Michael: Fulacht fiadh at Rath More townland, Rathmore, 11-15.

Walsh, Katherine: Franciscan friaries in pre-Reformation Kerry, 16-31.

Lyne, Gerard J.: The Mac Fínín Duibh O’Sullivans of Tuosist and Bearehaven, 32-67.

Manning, Michael: Dr. Nicholas Madgett’s Constitutio Ecclesiastica, 1758, 68-91.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Richard Griffith and the roads of Kerry II, 92-124.      

Harbison, Peter: John Windele’s visit to Skellig Michael in 1851, 125-148.


JKAHS 10 (1977)

Twohig, Dermot C.: Excavation of a fulacht fiadh at Dromkeen East, Causeway, 5-13.

Fanning, Thomas: An ogham stone and cross-slab from Ratass Church, Tralee, 14-18.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Land tenure in Kenmare and Tuosist, 1696–c.1716, with notes on the tenants and their holdings, 19-54.

O'Shea, Kieran: Three early nineteenth-century diocesan reports, 55-76.

Conlan, Patrick: The Franciscan Friary, Killarney, 1860–1902, 77-110.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Robin Flower, oileánach agus máistir léinn, 111-142.

Twohig, Dermot C.: Miscellanea: 1. Pendant whetstone, 143.

Melvin, Patrick: Miscellanea: 2. The will of Henry Griffin of Riverton, 1795, 145-147.


JKAHS 11 (1978)

O'Shea, Kieran: Rickard O’Connell (1572-1653), 5-14.

O'Shea, Kieran: Humfrey Owen's account of the Seigniory of Castleisland in 1686, 15-24.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Land tenure in Kenmare, Bonane and Tuosist, 1720-70, with lists of the tenants and their holdings, 25-55.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Sean Óg Ó Caomhánaigh, 56-84.

Rowlands, David & McGrath, Walter: The Dingle Train in the life and lore of Corkaguiny, 133.


JKAHS 12 (1979)

Briggs, C.S. & Ward, G.A.: Bronze vessels of Kerry Provenance in the Saffron Walden Museum, 5-8.

de Brún, Pádraig: An extract from the Civil Survey, 9-18.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Landlord-tenant relations on the Shelburne estate in Kenmare, Bonane and Tuosist, 1770-75, with a rental of the estate for 1783, 19-62.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kildare Place Society in Kerry: I. Schools and lending libraries Aglish-Gunsborough, 63-118.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Local Government in Dingle, Ardfert and Tralee in 1833, 119-158.

O'Shea, Kieran: Bishop Cornelius Loan's diocesan reports to Rome, 159-166.


JKAHS 13 (1980)

Andrews, J.H.: Henry Pratt, surveyor of Kerry estates, 5-38.

Manning, Conleth: Cross-slab at Ardamore, 39-44.

Ó Floinn, Raghnall: Medieval crucifix figure from Skellig Michael, 45-49.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Peter McSwiney (1 783-1860) and the vexed succession to the last Mac Fínín Duibh, 50-81.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kildare Place Society in Kerry: II, schools and lending libraries, Kells-Waterville, 82-142.

de Brún, Pádraig: A Ventry convert group, 1842, 143-148.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Seoirse Mac Tomáis-George Derwent Thomson, 149-172.


JKAHS 14 (1981)

Ryan, Michael: A gold box from Ballinclemesic, 5-9.

Kelly, Eamonn P.: A log boat from Derryco, 10-13.

Barnard, T. C.: Fishing in seventeenth-century Kerry: the experience of Sir William Petty, 14-25.

de Brún, Pádraig: Rev. Forster Archer’s account of Kerry in 1801, 26-30.

de Brún, Pádraig: Caoineadh Ar An Easpag Ó Siochfhradha, 31-36.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kildare Place Society in Kerry: IIa, schools—addenda, 37-93.

Gailey, Alan: Traditional houses at Riasc, 94-111.

Healy, P.: Miscellanea 1. Container of butter from a bog at Banemore, 112-115.

Healy, P.: Miscellanea 2. Dugout wooden boat in the estuary of the Cashen, 115-116.


JKAHS 15-16 (1982-83)

Kelly, Eamonn P.: Three Kerry souterrains, 5-14.

O'Connor, Patrick J.: The Munster Plantation Era: rebellion, survey and land transfer in north County Kerry, 15-36.

O'Shea, Kieran: A Castleisland inventory, 1590, 37-46.

Valkenburg, Augustine: Thadaeus Moriarty, O.P., c. 1603–1653, 47-57.

de Brún, Pádraig: A lost Fitzmaurice dunaire, 58-60.

Faulkner, Anselm: General John Sigismund Maguire and the Kerry connection, 61-69.

de Brún, Pádraig: Some documents concerning Valentia Erasmus Smith School, 1776–95, 70-82.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Lewis Dillwyn’s visit to Kerry, 1809, 83-111.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kildare Place Society in Kerry: III — teachers, 112-156.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Muiris Caomhánach i Meirice, 157-189.


JKAHS 17 (1984)

Woodman, P.C.; Duggan, M.A. & McCarthy, A.: Excavations at Ferriter’s Cove, preliminary report, 5-9.

Jennings, Catherine: The voyage of Saint Brendan in Old French, 10-36.

Giblin, Cathaldus: Bonaventure O’Connor Kerry: a seventeenth-century Franciscan abroad, 37-60.

Lyne, Gerard J. & Moriarty, Daniel: An Enterprising Cromwellian Family: The Taylors of Dunkerron, 61-76.

The Knight of Glin: Three Eighteenth-Century letters from Lady Theodosia Crosbie, 77-88.

Bric, Maurice J.: Richard Townsend Herbert’s ‘Information of the State of Tithe in Kerry’ (1788), 89-93.

Canning, Bernard J.: Michael Condon’s visit to Derrynane, 1839, 94-100.

Ó Fearghaill, Fearghus: The O’Connell Monument in Rome, 101-112.

O'Shea, Kieran: An extract from Bishop David Moriarty’s diary, 1856, 113-126.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Kruger agus a , 127-152.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kildare Place Society in Kerry: IV. summary and discussion, 153-205.


JKAHS 18 (1985)

Purcell, Mary: Richard Ferris, 1754–1828, 5-77.

de Brún, Pádraig: Further fragments of the Civil Survey, 78-82.

de Brún, Pádraig: Some lists of Kerry priests, 1750–1835, 83-169.

Bric, Maurice J.: Popular protest movements in Kerry, 1770–1800, 170-182.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Rev. Daniel A. Beaufort’s tour of Kerry, 1788, 183-214.

Cleary Rose M.: A Bronze Age cist grave at Pound, Portmagee, 215-223.

Bary, Valerie McK.: An unrecorded tower house in Kilcoleman parish, Co. Kerry, with some notes on the Godfrey family, 224-235.


JKAHS 19 (1986)

Lyne, Gerard J.: John Townsend Trench’s reports on the Lansdowne estates in Kerry, 1863–73, 5-64.

Dickson, David: The 1732 religious returns and the evolution of Protestant Kerry, 65-72.

de Brún, Pádraig: Tralee voters in 1835, 73-79.

Ó Lúing, Seán: William Maunsell Hennessy, Celtic scholar, 1829-89, 80-120.

O'Donoghue, Thomas A.: Educational innovations in the Kerry Gaeltacht, 1904–22, 121-135.

Woodman P.C.: Excavations at Ferriter's Cove, 1985–6, 136-142.

Twohig, Elizabeth: A wedge tomb and other antiquities at Drombohilly Upper, 143-150.

Bennett, Isabel: Excavations of two long stone cists at Dromkeen East, Causeway, 151-165.


JKAHS 20 (1987)

Pierse, John H. & de Brún, Pádraig: Lament for Garrett Pierse of Aghamore, slain at Liscarroll, 1642, 5-27.

Ó Mainín, Mícheál: Verbum scriptum manet, 28-31.

Bary, Valerie McK. & Spring, Jane: The Godfrey papers: abstracts of the eighteenth-century deeds, 32-78.

Ó Lúing, Seán: Marie-Louise Sjoestedt, Celtic Scholar, (1900-1940), 79-93.

Lyne, Gerard J.: New light on material concealed by Roger Casement near Banna Strand, 94-110.

Twohig, Elizabeth: Two stone circles at Uragh, Kenmare, 111-117.


JKAHS 21 (1988)

Donnelly, James S., Jr.: The Kenmare estates during the nineteenth century, 5-41.

Bary, Valerie McK. & Spring, Jane: The Godfrey papers: abstracts of deeds, 1800-1839, 42-101.

O'Connor, Patrick J.: Medieval regionalism in north County Kerry: concepts and criteria, 102-132.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Journal of a visit to Kerry in July 1788, 133-139.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Letter to an emigrant from an old inn at Lauragh, 1768, 140-147.

O'Sullivan, Marie: A history of the development of St Brendan's Cathedral, Ardfert, 148-165.

Power Catryn & Doody, Martin: Archaeological excavations on Abbey Island, Darrynane, 166-170.


JKAHS 22 (1989)

Lyne, Gerard J.: The pattern of Kilmakilloge, 5-34.

Bary, Valerie McK. & Spring, Jane: The Godfrey papers: abstracts of deeds, 1840-1848, 35-60.

Donnelly, James S., Jr.: The Kenmare estates during the nineteenth century, 61-98.

de Brún, Pádraig: Kerry diocese in 1890: Bishop Coffey's survey, 99-180.


JKAHS 23 (1990)

Donnelly, James S. Jr.: The Kenmare estates during the nineteenth century, Part III, 5-45.

Bary, Valerie McK. and Spring, Jane: The Godfrey Papers: abstracts of deeds, 1850-1858, 46-68.

Lyne, Gerard J.: Kilmakilloge: its patron saint and antiquities, 69-90.

McCarthy, Brendan G.: The surrender of an Armada vessel near Tralee: an exploration of the State Papers, 91-108.

O'Connor, Patrick J.: Medieval regionalism in North County Kerry: a region anatomised, 109-156.

Sheehan, John: Some Early Historic cross-forms and related motifs from the Iveragh Peninsula, 157-174.

Mac Conghail, Muiris: Brian Ó Ceallaigh, Tomás Ó Criomhthain and Sir Roger Casement, 175-196.

Cowman, Des: Two Kerry lead-silver mines: Kenmare and Castlemaine, 197-219.


JKAHS 24 (1991)

Byrne, Martin E.: Report on the excavation of a cashel at Ballyegan, near Castleisland, Co. Kerry, 5-31.

Connolly, Michael: A prehistoric decorated pillar-stone from Teeromoyle, Co. Kerry, 32-39.

Gwyn, David, Valentia slate slab quarry, 40-57.

Fennessy, Ignatius: The strange case of a subdeacon, Jarlath Prendergast, O.F.M. (1884-1911), 58-68.

Mac Conghail, Muiris: The literature of the Blasket Islands: an additional bibliographical note, 69-71.

Bary, Valerie McK. and Spring, Jane: The Godfrey Papers: abstracts of deeds, 1860-1898, 72-94.

Schreibmann, Susan: Thanking the goodness and the grace? One woman's story of teaching in the National Schools in the closing decades of the nineteenth century, 95-104.

McAuliffe, Mary: The use of tower houses and fastnesses in the Desmond Rebellions 1565-1583, 105-112.

Mac Mahon, Bryan: New light on the Golden Lion and the Danish silver robbery at Ballyheigue, 1731, 113-149.


JKAHS 25 (1992)

O'Sullivan, Ann and Sheehan, John: Fionnán enclosures: aspects of traditional land use in South Kerry, 5-19.

Connolly, Michael: An iron sickle from a previously unrecorded souterrain at Beaufort, Co. Kerry, 20-36.

Crumlish, Richard: Archaeological monitoring of the Dingle Sewerage Scheme, Dingle, Co. Kerry, 37-50.

Lyne, Gerard J.: William Steuart Trench and post-Famine emigration from Kenmare to America, 1850-55, 51-137.


JKAHS 26 (1993)

O’Hare, Patricia: A brief survey of the typical vernacular housing of a portion of East Kerry, 5-72.

Fennessy, Ignatius: Guardians of the East Road at the West End of the World, 73-92.

Ó Conchúir, Donncha: Thoughts on the Early Christian Church, 93-106.

Reid, Richard E.: Old Ireland lent this champion to the Australian Imperial Force, 107-116.

O’Connor, Michael H.: An Leana Mór: From woodland to townland on the Trinity College Dublin Estate, 117-135.


JKAHS 27 (1994)

Fitzsimons, Bob: Medicine and society in 19th Century Kerry—a life of Francis Crumpe, M.D., 5-88.

Ó Súilleabháin, Eoghan: Seán Ó Súilleabháin (1903–96), múinteoir agus cartlannaí béaloidis,89-106.

Bennett, Isabel: Excavations of Clocháin in Glin North townland, Co. Kerry, 107-125.

Fauler, Volker: The "Glattjoch-chapel in honour of St. Virgil"—an Irish oratory in Austria/Central
Europe? 126-133.

O’Flaherty, Hugh: Daniel O’Connell, the counsellor, and our present constitutional disposition, 134-148.


JKAHS 28 (1995)

Redmond, Markus: A survey of the promontory forts of the Kerry Peninsulas, 5-63.

Moriarty, Edmund: Kerry’s forgotten historian—Jeremiah King, 64-76.

Nic Craith, Mairéad: Primary education on the Great Blasket Island 1864-1940, 77-137

Quirke, Bill: Notes on the region of Barnasnaw, its population, and routes through it in historic and pre-historic times, 138-147.


JKAHS 29 (1996)

Bennett, Isabel: Archaeological investigations at Caherquin, near Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry, 5-30.

Wells, Sharon: A Few impressions of Ross Castle, 31-39.

Connolly, Michael: The earthen barrows of the Lee valley, Tralee, Co. Kerry, 40-54.

O’Hare, Patricia: Holy wells and other sites of pilgrimage within a portion of East Kerry, 55-98.

Ó Mainnín, Mícheál: A post-mortem on the Protestant crusade in Dingle, 99-18.

Harris, Amy Louise & Cockerham, Paul: Suffolk Summer School: The Desmond brass at Euston, 119-123.

Mhóráin, Bríd: Ról na mBan i Malartú Teanga, 124-129.

Ni Mhoráin, Bríd: Women's lives at the time of Seán Ó Conaill, 130-134.

Breen, Colin: An unidentified late 18th-century shipwreck in Derrynane Harbour, 135-143.


JKAHS 30 (1997)

Articles reprinted from the Kerry Archaeological Magazine:

Byrne, Mathew J.: The Civil Journey [recte Survey]: a Cromwellian record [K.A.M. No. 6, April 1911, 357-368], 7-17.

Delap, M.J.: Some holy wells in Valencia and Portmagee [K.A.M. No. 7, October 1911, 403-414], 18-22.

Talbot-Crosbie, Bligh: Tobar na Molt [K.A.M. Vol. III, No. 7, October 1911, 421-436], 23-33.

McGelligott, M.C.: Lislaughtin Abbey [K.A.M. Vol. II, No. 9, October 1912, 25-31], 34-39.

S.M.: The Skelligs [K.A.M. Vol. II, No. 11, October 1913, 163-172], 40-46.

B.B.G.: Kilcrohane [K.A.M. Vol. III, No. 14, April 1915, 119-122], 47-48.

S.M.: Ballycarbery Castle [K.A.M. Vol. III, No. 16, October 1916, 243-259.], 49-56.

S.M.: Maum-an-Affrin [K.A.M. Vol. IV, No. 17, October 1916, 66-70], 57-59.

O'Ryan, J.C.: The Post Reformation bishops of Kerry [K.A.M. Vol. IV, No. 20, April 1918, 265-272], 60-66.

O'Neill, James: Distinguished Kerrymen [K.A.M. Vol. V. No. 21, July 1919, 1-17], 67-81.

S.M.: Some old Tralee notes [K.A.M. Vol. Vol. III, No. 16, October 1916, 243-259], 82-89

S.M.: "Puck Fair" [K.A.M. Vol. V, No. 21, July 1919, 59-62], 90-93.

S.M.: A great Kerry physician [K.A.M. Vol. V, No. 22, July 1920, 98-100], 94-96.


Mac Amhlaoibh, Feargal: General index to journals, volumes 1–29, 99-302.

Mac Amhlaoibh, Feargal: Index of authors, 303-304.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 1 (1998)

McNulty, Kieran: Revolutionary movements in Kerry from 1913 to 1923, 5-29.

Spring, Jane & Bary, Valerie McK.: Kerry Militia courts martial: proceedings of the Regimental Courts Martial of the Kerry Militia, 1808–1811.

S.M.: The Trant Family, Part 1 [reprinted from the Kildare Archaeological Magazine, volume II, number 12 (March 1914), 237-262], 163-178.

S.M.: The Trant Family, Part 2 [reprinted from the Kildare Archaeological Magazine, volume III, number 13 (October 1914), 20-38], 179-193.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 2 (published in 2003 but not given a year)

Dennehy, Emer A.: Dorchada gan phian—the history of ceallúnaigh in Co. Kerry, 5-21.

Feely, Pat: Pádraig O’Keefe: the last fiddle master, 22-42.

Collins, Tracy: The excavation of a crematorium at Rockfield, Co. Kerry, 43-54.

MacCotter, Paul: The Ferriters of Kerry, 55-82.

Fitzsimons, Bob: The Tralee election of 1832, 83-86.

Knightly, John G.: Eleanor Godfrey—a tradition of landlord philanthropy, 87-102.

Dillon, Paul: The Tralee labourers’ strike of 1896: an episode in Ireland’s ‘New Unionism’, 103-122.

McNulty, Kieran: Revolutionary movements in Kerry from 1913 to 1923: a social and political analysis, 123-153.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 3 (2003)

Mac Mahon, Bryan: George Sandes of Listowel: land agent, magistrate and terror of North Kerry, 5-56.

Condon, Jim: The last voyage of the Florence Graham, 57-72.

Ó hAnnracháin, Eoghan: Kerry veterans in the Invalides, 73-103.

Ó Canann, Tomás G.: Sliocht Cormaic Mhic Cárthaigh Dúna Goill, 104-124.

MacSweeney, Marie: Blennerville 1800–1853 – the shifting fortunes of a Kerry village, 125-147.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 4 (2004)

Bary, Valerie M.: The story of Dún an Óir and a vindication of Sir Walter Raleigh

Mac an tSíthigh, Seán: "Cloigne, Cnámha agus Creatlocha": an Teampall Bán sa traidisiún béil, 17-38.

MacCotter, Paul: Lordship and colony in Anglo-Norman Kerry, 1177–1400, 39-85.

Ryan. Seán: The Killarney deer forests clearances—fact or fiction? 86-132.

Lyons, Tony: Hedge schools of Kerry, 133-152.

Tempan, Paul David: Our onomastic heritage: the Gaelic system of personal names, surnames and tribal names—categories and sources, 153-167.

MacCotter, Paul: The Ferriters of Kerry: addenda and corrigenda, 168-169.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 5 (2005)

Tempan, Paul: Some notes on the names of six Kerry mountains, 5-19.

Young-Palmer, Claudia J.: Sir William Herbert’s "Description of Munster": an annotated colonial text, 20-80.

O’Carroll, Gerald: Birth, marriage and death. Notices of Kerry’s estated gentlemen, principally from the Revolutionary and Napoleonic eras, 81-124.

Knightly, John: The Godfrey Estate during the Great Famine, 125-153.

O’Carroll, Gerald: Some notable Kerry clergy in the Established Church of Ireland, 154-171.

MacMahon, Bryan: Lindsey Talbot Crosbie of Ardfert: campaigner for conciliation, 172-206.

Corcoran, John: The Rev. Robert Martin Hilliard (1904–1937), 207-219.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 6 (2006)

Hull, Graham; Taylor, Kate (with contributions from Sîan Anthony, Michelle Comber, Lucy Cramp, Steve Ford and Lynne Keys), Archaeological sites on the route of the N21 Castleisland to Abbeyfeale Road Improvement Scheme, Co. Kerry, 5-59.

Kenny, Niall: Materiality and meaning: ogham stone monuments of the Dingle peninsula, 60-88.

MacCotter, Paul: An Daingean and Dingle: what’s in a name? 89-97.

Mac an Síthigh, Seán: An Teampall Bán sa traidisiún béil: addendum, 94-97.         

Turvey, Claire: Politics, war and revolution: the Kenmare district, 1916–1923, 98-137.

Condon, Jim: Another shipwreck at Inch, 138-140.

Gibbons, Michael: Review article: two important publications on the archaeology of County Kerry, 141-147.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 7 (2007)

Gibbons, Michael; Higgins, Jim & Gibbons, Myles: A consideration of Late Mesolithic settlement on Ross Island, Killarney National Park, 5-14.


Tempan, Paul: Fionán in Kerry place-names, 15-36.


Manning, Conleth: Properties in Dingle granted to the Duke of Ormond in 1668, 37-58.


Shiels, Damien: Dún an Óir 1580: the potential for intact siege archaeology, 59-69.


Mullan, Aoibheann: An Italian account of the siege and massacre at Smerwick, 70-82.


McIntyre, Perry: “My dear husband”: Kerry convicts and their families, 83-104.


MacAmhlaoibh, Feargal: Port na bPúcaí—the fairy music of the Blaskets, 105-125.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 8 (2008)

Dennehy, Emer: A hot property: the morphology and archaeology of the Irish Fulachta Fiadh, 5-27.


Gibbons, Michael & Gibbons, Myles: A critique of the evidence recently presented for the existence of Viking maritime havens and associated rural settlement in Ireland, 28-73.


Ó Murchadha, Diarmuid: Kerry place-names in two twelfth-century poems, 74-86.


O’Brien, Niall: The Earl of Desmond’s navy, 87-96.


Synnott, Chris: A history of bog butter finds in Kerry since 1854 and some recent radiocarbon evidence, 97-113.


Harte, Aidan: A sweathouse at Caherlehillian, Co. Kerry, 114-125.



Ryan, Sean: Ralph Sneyd and Muckross: an English squire who aspired to ownership of Muckross House and Muckross Estate, 1890–1902, 126- 159.


Ó Canann, Tomás G.: Sloinnteoireacht: John Lyne’s collection of Sliabh Luachra genealogies, 160-185.


JKAHS Series 2, Volume 9 (2009)

FitzGerald, Michael (M.J.): The First Earl of Desmond as other than “rebellious”: a challenge to G.O. Sayles, 5-31.


Murray, Griffin: An ancient paddle from near Knocknagashel, 32-35.


French, Noel E.: Piaras Feiritéir, 36-54.


Doyle, John F.: The Tralee Workhouse and the Poor Laws 1832–1850, 55-76.


MacMahon, Bryan: Records of St James’ church and graveyard, Ballyheigue, 77-137.