Mary Fealy-McMahon Memories of Cusack Road Claureen


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The Cusack Road / Claureen booklet covers the people, buildings, and roadway features from the Maid of Erin Roundabout to the boundary of Claureen on the Lahinch Road. It commemorates the Manchester Martyrs, Allen, Larkin & O’ Brien.

The Maid of Erin Monument was erected in 1881 and was moved on two subsequent occasions to its current location. The area is unique in Ennis as it has 3 historical houses that have undergone little change since their construction, Ashfield House, Westbourne House, Claureen House. The associated families and bishops are identified and detailed.

The two bridges associated with the area Claureen (built c. 1760) & Victoria Bridge (built c. 1840) are reviewed from their design to their construction. The booklet also includes the history associated with Ennis Swimming Club at the Turrett from 1856 to the construction of Ennis first permanent Swimming Pool in October 1969 ntil the current facilities were opened in September 2003.

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