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Tullow - Carlow Main St & Square

circa 1910

History In the market square stands a statue of Father John Murphy, the insurgent leader, who was captured near Tullow and executed in the Market Square on 2 July 1798. The town has a small museum with much information about this period and other local history.

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  • County: Carlow
  • Town: Tullow
  • Scene: Main St and Square
  • Date: 1910 (estimate)

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  • Read about Tullow below

Tullow

Tullow (An Tulach in Irish) is a town in County Carlow, Ireland. It is located on the River Slaney where the N81 road crosses.

The town was at one time connected to the Irish railway network, on a branch line from Naas in County Kildare.

Irish literary critic Denis Donoghue was born in Tullow.

History In the market square stands a statue of Father John Murphy, the insurgent leader, who was captured near Tullow and executed in the Market Square on 2 July 1798. The town has a small museum with much information about this period and other local history.

Bishop Delany, Bishhop of Kildare and Leighlin, founded the Brigidine Sisters (1st Feb 1807) and Patrician Brothers (1808). These organsiations still exist today.