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Rahilly house, The Square, Listowel, Co.Kerry

The Rahilly family lived at 6 The Square, Listowel, Co.Kerry, from 1881 to 1899. (Gone by 1901.)
This is NOT the modern number 6.
The buildings have been re-numbered.
The Rahilly house is on the W side of The Square, in the line including the Listowel Arms Hotel.
There is now a plaque to the Rahillys at the house.


Rahilly house, The Square, Listowel (yellow house, white door, grey plaque on railings).
Click to rotate and see whole square.
From Google street view.



Rahilly house, The Square, Listowel.
Photo 2013. See full size.
See wider shot.



Plaque on the Rahilly house, The Square, Listowel.
Photo 2013. See full size.



The Square, Listowel, c.1904.
Shows the N side of The Square, with the W side barely visible on the left. See approximate street view today.
You can just about see the railings outside the Rahilly house on the left.
See larger and full size. Courtesy of Vincent Carmody.



The Square, Listowel.
See approximate street view today.
Rahilly house is the lefthand one of the white houses on the left.
See larger and full size. Courtesy of Vincent Carmody.



The Square, Listowel.
See approximate street view today.
Rahilly house visible in background centre-right.
Photo c. 1880 to 1900. From NLI.



Bridge Road, the SE approach to Listowel.
Alfred O'Rahilly recalled cycling here with his father.
This would be where the "Lodge" is on the old map. See approximate street view today.
See larger and full size. Courtesy of Vincent Carmody.



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