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Drumreagh National School

#1 Post by Stanley » Wed Jan 14, 2009 10:01 pm

From Spring 1996 issue of the Warrenpoint Historical Group Magazine :
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Re: Drumreagh National School

#2 Post by Stanley » Tue Jan 20, 2009 2:38 pm

Drumreagh Primary School was built to provide education for the children of Drumreagh, Knockbarragh and Kilbroney.
Drumreagh Primary School 1926 the names left to right :
Back row : Mick Barry, Paddy Murphy, Peter Fitzpatrick, Kitty Woods, Rose Ellen Sykes, Mary Morgan, Mary McCumiskey, Kitty Barry.
4th row : Tommy Parr, Jim Parr, Tommy Parr, Felix Fitzpatrick, Michael Fitzpatrick, Robert John Fearon, John Fitzpatrick, Mick Woods, Harry Morgan, Thomas Morgan.
3rd row : Miss S. Carr ( assistant ), Miss M.G. Flatley ( Mrs W. Hackett ) Principal, Lizzie Grant, Brigid Ann Fearon, Mary Kate Morgan, Brigig Morgan, Rose Doyle, Agnes McCumiskey, Rose Farrell, Brigig Woods, Roseann Morgan, Teresa McCumiskey, Brigid Fearon, Rose Ba** ?
2nd row : Minnie Parr, Teresa Barry, Susan McGivern, Nan Farrell, Molly Fitzpatrick, ? Morgan, Teresa Woods, Maggie Barry, Lily Doyle, Rose Ellen Woods, Kitty Rooney.
Front row : Dan Doyle, John Parr, Paddy Lennon, Paddy Morgan, John Morgan, Dan Morgan, Peter Lennon, Peter Magee, James Woods.
Nb. Spelling as in the transcript.

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Re: Drumreagh National School

#3 Post by skyblu » Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:58 pm

A huge thanks to Stanley for posting this particular photo.just came across it within days of burying my gran...TERESA BARRY who would have been 92 in 3 months....in the photo along with her siblings....mick,maggie,kitty and rose.a lovely find and especially important to me and my family at this point.Again thank you.xx :-):-)

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