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You'll be pleased to see that there are still some surprises left in Eugene's archives:



(source: Eugene MacBride)

An aerial view of The Priory (undated)

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(source: www.multimap.com)

I've included this map of St Boswell's just in case you are unaware of the excellent facility provided
by www.multimap.com .

Simply type in the street / road/ town of where you want to go and within seconds you are given
a map of how to get there (as above) - plus many other facts about the area if you want them.

You can also ask for a more detailed (street level) map if you require it:


(source: www.multimap.com)


Amongst other uses, it's a handy way of making a map to send to people who are about to visit you.

Note:
This item will later be moved to the "PASS IT ON" facility (which can be accessed via the Welcome Page.
Nobody has yet offered me any items for inclusion in "Pass it on" , which is a pity because I still think
that it has great potential as a device for passing on useful information to each other.


Email me with your views on this

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(source: Eugene MacBride)

The Priory First Eleven 1950 - 1

Left to Right:
Back:
Alec McGarry, Pat Menzies, Chas Robinson, Peadar O'Brien, Frank Dillon, Peter Finn
Front: Tom Bradley, Robert Clyde, John Morrissey, Dessie Fitzmaurice, Paul Farrell

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(source: Eugene MacBride)

Sorry about the quality (the original was worse than this, by the way).
It's a very evocative snapshot and certainly worth including here.
I can see Brother Modeste on the right but can't identify any other people.
Can you help, please?

Pat Menzies writes

" The WF with his back to camera is Jimmy Tolmie, Brother Modeste is on the right and Fr 'Tich' Moran is centre, dressed in black.
Walter Perry seems to be looking out between them and on his right is someone who could be John Morrissey, but am not sure.
The event looks to me like the return of Tich after his illness or his final, much lamented departure. He was a popular figure but somewhat enigmatic"