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Sweet Killough let go your anchor

Maurice Hayes

Sweet Killough let go your anchor

by Maurice Hayes

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Published by Blackstaff Press in Belfast .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Killough (Northern Ireland),
  • Northern Ireland,
  • Killough.
    • Subjects:
    • Hayes, Maurice -- Homes and haunts -- Northern Ireland -- Killough.,
    • Villages -- Northern Ireland -- Killough.,
    • Killough (Northern Ireland) -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSweet Killough
      StatementMaurice Hayes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA995.K49424 H39 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination219 p. :
      Number of Pages219
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1193639M
      ISBN 100856405280
      LC Control Number94185274
      OCLC/WorldCa31285677

      I am inspired to write this blog after reading “Sweet Killough, let down your Anchor”, written by Maurice Hayes. His mother was born in Listowel Co Kerry. Living in Killough at the other end of Ireland seemed a million miles in the s. Her mother sent her a copy of the Kerryman every week. News from home kept his mum in touch. The village is the inspiration for the book "Sweet Killough, Let Go Your Anchor" by Irish politician Maurice Hayes, taken from the publication of the same name and referred to the dubious influence of the well-known hostelry of that moniker in the Main book's title was a thinly-veiled swipe at the all pervasive alcohol culture.

      Killough is a village and townland in County Down, Northern lies on the Irish Sea shore near five miles southeast of Downpatrick, it is notable for its sycamore-lined main the Census it had a population of people. In the 17th century Ulster ports began to rise in prominence. In William Pitt was appointed as Customer of the ports of Newcastle, Killough.   He also penned three incredibly rich and detailed memoirs, two from his childhood; ‘Sweet Killough: Let Go Your Anchor’, ‘Black Puddings with Slim: A Downpatrick Boyhood’ and one detailing.

      Sweet Killough Let Go Your Anchor was an absolute delight. His insights in the corridors ofNorhtern power are bound to be riveting. June. A Guide to Irish Official Publications R. Finnegan and J. Wiles. Irish Academic Press. 80 pp?/$35 Categorised and indexed catalogue. July. Catherine McAuley and the Tradition of.   A servant of Down mourned 3 January DR Maurice Hayes, who died on December 23 at the age of 90, was a remarkable man, who gave a lifetime of service to the people of Co Down and much further afield. Dr Hayes was born in Killough in , one of a family of six to Michael and Margaret Hayes. Sweet Killough, Let Go Your Anchor, Black.


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Let Go Your Anchor A collection of poems by Seamus Heaney 'This is a book about life in a seaside village in County Down during the s, and mine of vivid information, partly a census, partly an inventory; but is also a book about what it felt like to be one particularly attentive child in a family that had "observer status" because of its.

He wrote three volumes of memoirs, Sweet Killough, Let Go Your Anchor; Black Puddings With Slim: A Downpatrick Boyhood, and Minority Verdict: Experiences of a Catholic Civil Servant.

In his wry and moving memoir Sweet Killough, Let Go Your Anchor, he recalls it as a small paradise of tolerance before the serpents of terrorism surfaced in Northern Ireland. Maurice Hayes follows up the first instalment of his childhood memoirs (Sweet Killough, let go your anchor) with this compelling telling of growing up in Downpatrick, Co Down.

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