The wall plaques and memorials trace the history of the often powerful Protestant families from the area and the often sad fate of their descendents. India, South Africa, the Great War, marking their final resting place. Others succumbing to drowning and disease a fascinating history every bit a part of Ireland's past. There was also interesting displays covering the famine, using written sources from the time. A very interesting and enjoyable visit.
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