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Malahide Historical Society welcomes new members. Joining is easy - fill in this New Member Application form or just send an email to us at the address below and we will send you an application form: email@example.com
The annual subscription is just €15 but do not send any money at this stage.
Alternatively write to:
The Secretary, Malahide Historical Society, 31 Millview Lawns, Malahide, Dublin, Co. Dublin, K36 D660.
Family History Enquiries
The Society does not maintain genealogical records and does not have facilities for dealing with family history enquiries. We can recommend the following local genealogy service CB Genealogy at www.cbgenealogy.ie The links page offers some pointers that may be of help.
Between October and May we run a series of monthly lectures on local and national historical topics.
LATEST NEWS - IN-PERSON LECTURES ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH IN ST.SYLVESTERS CHURCH PARISH CENTRE at 8pm.
Admission €5 (cash or card accepted)
2023 - 2024 LECTURE PROGRAMME
10 October 2023 - 'The Ordnance Survey of Ireland' - Tom Broderick of OSI
14 November 2023 - 'History of the Island Golf Club' - David Evans
12 December 2023 - 'Gibneys of Malahide Down the Years' - Tony Gibney in conversation with Conor Keeling
8 January 2024 - ‘Guns or Golf? The Proposed War Office Firing Range at Portmarnock' - Garry Ahern
13 February 2024 - ‘Who Was Patrick Archer?’ - Conor Keeling
12 March 2024 - TBA
9 April 2024 - TBA
14 May 2024 - 'Images from Malahide Historical Society Archive' - Brian Dooley
We welcome suggestions regarding speakers or topics, preferably with a local relevance. Ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have roots in Malahide
'Malahide Snapshot 1901'
By Gerry Kingston
An analysis of the people, society and economy of central Malahide as revealed in the 1901 census. The book also has a template for doing a similar detailed analysis of any other district.
Available from Manor Books,Church Road, Malahide
Want to learn lots more about Malahide?
By Roger Greene
The story of over 100 locations around Malahide.
Available from: MHS museum at Malahide Castle & Fingal Archives, North St, Swords.
'Portmarnock - its People and Townlands - A History'
By Garry Ahern
Local features, land ownership and salient historical events in the ten townlands comprising Portmarnock.
Available from Spar and Lidl in Portmarnock; also Hodges Figgis, Dublin.
(Mail Order from email@example.com)
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