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The Model School Students 1933

The work began on the Model School in Limerick in 1853, and the official opening took place in 1855. The plaque over front door reads: Limerick Model National School 1853. The school is located on O’Connell Avenue in Limerick City. The building consisted of four... read more
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Limerick History Quiz 2, Questions from the Tweety Stone

Limerick History Quiz 2, Questions from the Tweety Stone

A Very Tweety Stone Quiz Time limit: 0 Quiz-summary 0 of 10 questions completed Questions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Information This months Limerick History Quiz has been created for Limerick’s Life by The Tweety Stone The Tweety Stone works through twitter in 140...
10 Questions on Limerick History through the Centuries.

10 Questions on Limerick History through the Centuries.

A Limerick History Quiz Time limit: 0 Quiz-summary 0 of 10 questions completed Questions: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Information Welcome to the Limerick’s Life quiz on local history. How well you know what has happened in Limerick over the centuries, take our short...
The Model School Students 1933

The Model School Students 1933

The work began on the Model School in Limerick in 1853, and the official opening took place in 1855. The plaque over front door reads: Limerick Model National School 1853. The school is located on O’Connell Avenue in Limerick City. The building consisted of four...
People’s Park Colourised

People’s Park Colourised

Below is an image from about 1900 of the People’s Park, from the Lawrence Collection which we have colourised to give a new lease of life. The photograph is taken from the Lord Edward Street side of the park and is no longer viewable from this aspect due to the...
To Pew or Not to Pew

To Pew or Not to Pew

New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVII, Issue 18, 23 August 1889 reissue of a report from Dublin Nation, June 22 1889: On last Friday night some persons entered Knockea chapel through a window, proceeded to the gallery, cut away the seat and footrail of the pew of a...

Sharon Slater’s Little Book of Limerick

Step-by-Step Guide to Tracing your Limerick Family History

Keeping Limerick’s History Alive

This website is a personal project of Sharon Slater, born from a passion for Limerick and it's history. She maintains, updates and contributes to it independently and voluntarily. If you'd like to donate to keep Limerick's history online, please know that all donations will go directly into the costs of hosting the website and the time and travel to research and write the articles found on the site.





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