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Grangegorman Lives: Basil William MaturinMonday, 26 July 2021
Our Grangegorman Lives series continues with Basil William Maturin (1847-1915), catholic priest and writer, who died on board the Lusitania.
Grangegorman Histories: Interview with Ivor BrowneMonday, 26 July 2021
Watch a recent interview with Ivor Browne, originally presented as part of a special online screening of ‘Meetings with Ivor’ at the Virtual Stonetbatter Festival 2021.
Grangegorman Lives: Thomas Lambert SynnottThursday, 10 June 2021
This pairing in our Grangegorman Lives series demonstrate how different lives can intersect and impact one another. The lives of Thomas Lambert Synnott and Margaret Louisa Aylward, both born in 1810, intersect in...
Grangegorman Lives: Margaret Louisa AylwardThursday, 10 June 2021
The next pairing in our Grangegorman Lives series demonstrate how very different lives can intersect and impact one another. The lives of Margaret Louisa Aylward and Thomas Lambert Synnott, both born in 1810, intersect...
Grangegorman Lives: Eleonora Lilian FleuryMonday, 24 May 2021
Our Grangegorman Lives series continues with Eleonora Lilian Fleury (1867 – 1960), Manchester native and medical doctor.
Remembering James Rooney, Project Co-ordinator, Grangegorman Development AgencyFriday, 14 May 2021
Earlier this week, we learned the very sad news of the sudden death of our Grangegorman Development Agency friend and colleague, James Rooney.
Grangegorman Histories launches Grangegorman LivesWednesday, 5 May 2021
Our new series will explore the lives of people who lived, worked, visited, travelled to and through Grangegorman.
Our series Grangegorman lives begins with Francis Johnston, architect of a number of well-known buildings including the original 'Richmond Lunatic Asylum'
Grangegorman lives: Billy in the BowlFriday, 30 April 2021
Our series Grangegorman lives continues with Billy in the Bowl a notorious beggar and robber who lived on the Northside of Dublin.
'Change Minds’ Archives, Art and Mental HealthThursday, 21 January 2021
Watch the webinar, presented by Grangegorman Histories.