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Thomas MacDonagh Heritage Museum

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OUR MUSEUM

Thomas MacDonagh was an Irish patriot, poet, teacher and a leader of Ireland’s 1916 insurrection. He is celebrated here in his home town of Cloughjordan. Our museum showcases the story of MacDonagh and his family and the inspiring and enduring relationship they had with a small midlands town.

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News & Announcements

Musical Legacy of the MacDonagh Family

February 24, 2021
The home of the MacDonagh family, with Joseph and Mary Louise and their six children, nurtured fine qualities and many talents. Perhaps the gift of […] Full Details »

Lahorna De Wets-Tipperary senior hurling champions 1902

February 8, 2021
Lahorna De Wets hurling club were the predecessors of Kilruane MacDonaghs club in the parish of Cloughjordan. They were founded in 1900 and named after […] Full Details »

The first day of February

February 1, 2021
February begins with a celebration – Spring has arrived! The early Irish church dedicated the day to ‘Muire na nGael’, bestowing the honour of that […] Full Details »

Centenary of Fatal Shooting of James Devanney

January 23, 2021
James Devanney an IRA Active Service Unit member was fatally wounded on January 26th 1921 near O’Meara’s pub in Kilruane. James from Pallas, Toomevara was […] Full Details »