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My Kerry Ancestors Teampall Bán: Aspects of the Famine in North Kerry <p>‘The extent of the suffering of north Kerry during the Great Famine is laid out in no uncertain terms in a new book coming as a first-time publication for the Listowel Tidy Towns.<br />Teampall Bán: Aspects of the Famine in North Kerry by Listowel historian John Pierse arrives as a major addition to our understanding of the period in this neck of the woods.<br />Seven years in the making, Aspects of the Famine focuses on the Listowel Union area comprised of the baronies of Iraghticonnor and Clanmaurice - encompassing pretty much all of rural Kerry north of Tralee’. The Kerryman January 17, 2015</p>
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‘The extent of the suffering of north Kerry during the Great Famine is laid out in no uncertain terms in a new book coming as a first-time publication for the Listowel Tidy Towns.
Teampall Bán: Aspects of the Famine in North Kerry by Listowel historian John Pierse arrives as a major addition to our understanding of the period in this neck of the woods.
Seven years in the making, Aspects of the Famine focuses on the Listowel Union area comprised of the baronies of Iraghticonnor and Clanmaurice - encompassing pretty much all of rural Kerry north of Tralee’. The Kerryman January 17, 2015