Irish Heritage Hall of Fame @ Scoreboard Memories.

Irish Heritage Hall of Fame @ Scoreboard Memories.

 

Irish Heritage


Irish Heritage Hall Of Fame Online e-Gallery

www.ScoreBoardMemories.com is the Irish Home of Irish Heritage Hall of Fame: All Ireland SportsLife Hall Of Fame & All Ireland Music/StageLife Hall of Fame Online e-Galleries...

established in 2006 by Derry JF Doody, (Blackrock,Cork) as a non commercial – non profit Irish Heritage website specialising in e-Golden Memories Tributes/Profiles of Famous & Uncelebrated Sons & Daughters Of Ireland; Irish Sports legends & Music/Stage and lots more heritage categories.

The website is designated to Irish People; Irish Exiles: Global Friends of Ireland; People of Irish Ancestry & Visitors to Ireland from around the globe.

ScoreBoardMemories.com is an e-Exclusive E based project and is “Exclusively” an Online Irish Heritage Hall Of Fame e-Gallery.

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Wednesday, 03 May 2017 19:01

Armagh: The Orchard County Of Armagh

Historic Towns & Villages Category:   Nestled In A Cluster Of Northern Ireland Counties, Armagh Is The Seat Of The Catholic Church In Ireland Armagh, the Orchard county of All Ireland, was already one of Ireland’s best known counties and when the late Donegal singer, Bridie Gallagher, recorded “The Boys…
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 01:09

Liberties Of Dublin

Historic Towns & Villages Category:   The Historic Liberties Of Dublin Renowned in Song And Verse And A Place With An Immense History   Songs and stories of renown abound about Dublin’s famous Liberties and traditionally this well known city district was anything for many decades but a desirable place of…
Explorer Captain Roberts And The Sirius Historic Links To Passage West, Co. Cork Passage West, Co. Cork, Ireland, is an old Irish town with a great maritime heritage amongst its forebears and the majority of the riverside lower lands run alongside the River Lee stretching from Rochestown to downstream Monkstown.…
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