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Wilhem Winkelman has found some more photos for us.
If you recohnise any of the unidentified people, please email me.



(source : Wilhem Winkelman)

(L-R) : ——, Fr John Morrissey, ——, ——, ——

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(source : Wilhem Winkelman)

(L-R) : ——, ——, Fr Theo Winkelman, ——, ——, ——, ——, ——, ——

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(source : Wilhem Winkelman)


(L-R) : ——, ——, ——, ——

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(source : Wilhem Winkelman)

(L-R) : ——, ——, ——, ——, ——, Fr John Morrissey

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(source : Seamus O'Cleireacain)

Seamus O'Cleireacain sent us this photo of his brother Criostoir, taken in the 60s when he was at Blacklion.  Here, Criostoir is pictured in his home garden in Dundalk.

Seamus wrote (7th March 2007) : " . . . . my brother Criostoir O'Cleireachain was at Blacklion, but left and went on to take a Sociology degree at UCC but eventually died in a car crash.  . . . . We lived in Dundalk in County Louth."

Seamus might appreciate contact with Criostoir's old friends/ colleagues : sco4(at)columbia(dot)edu