Robert Essex & the Siege of Caher

Robert Essex & the Siege of Caher

Following the rise and fall of one of Queen Elizabeth I’s favourites, and his connection to a canon ball wedged into the wall of Caher Castle in County Tipperary. Become a member of Turtle’s History Library to access all areas, €12/year...
The Clonmel Show (1865-2015)

The Clonmel Show (1865-2015)

The Clonmel Show has survived some of the darkest days in Irish history, through times of local agitation, national crisis, global conflict and Covid 19. This account was commissioned by the Clonmel Show Committee as part of the 150th anniversary celebrations in 2015....

The Rise and Fall of John Sadlier (1813-1856)

JOHN SADLIER (1813-1856) – A VERY SAD LIAR John Sadlier is arguably the best known of the Irish fraudsters who came to prominence in the Victorian Age. Banking was in his blood. His mother’s father James Scully established a bank in Tipperary town in 1803. Raised a...

The Tale of Ned Kelly

THE TALE OF NED KELLY By Turtle Bunbury image title Above: The Outlaw Ned Kelly. If you’re a member of the Kelly Clan, click here. As he reined up outside the Glenrowan Inn that fateful dawn, Ned Kelly’s mind was diverted. A bolt had slipped from the knee-length...