A short article about New Ross Bridge.
A guide to Grogan’s Road in Wexford Town, which was once home to Wexford’s Fever Hospital.
An article about the history of Barrack Street in Wexford Town.
An article about the history of Abbey Street in Wexford.
An article about the history of the Franciscan Friary in Wexford.
The other day, an interesting question was posed on one of the local history pages on Facebook. The question was: “What is The Folly in Wexford Town...
A detailed map of Wexford that highlights some of the town’s historical sites.
Wexford History: The name “Maudlintown” is believed to have originated from the name of a church and leper hospital called St. Mary Magdalene’s, which was situated in the area.
St. Peter’s Church was situated where Peter’s Square is today; a stone’s throw away from St. Patrick’s Church in High Street and St. Mary’s Church in Mary’s Lane.
Before electricity became common in the rural parts of County Wexford, stories about men getting ‘lost’ at night were a pretty common thing. Because streetlights didn’t exist and...