|Taken in New Quay, County Clare - March 2016|
- 1837 - When the wife of W. J. Skerrett gave birth to an heir, all of the towns on the property celebrated. There were bonfires. Mr. Hyne's house of New Quay was especially brilliant.
- 1847 - A merchant vessel from Cork was driven ashore at New Quay and some lost their lives.
- On April 17, 1870, at Bayfield in New Quay, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Aynes.
- March 3, 1862, Henry Thynne married Anna Hynes in New Quay. Anna was the youngest daughter of the late John Hynes. Henry was the eldest son of Edward Thynne of Ballinagrane in County Clare.
- July 30, 1864, at St. Andrews Church, Captain Cowan of the Galway Militia married Helena, eldest daughter of W. J. Skerrett. Captian Cowan was the eldest son of Joseph H. Cowan.
- At Bayfield, Mrs. Mary Kerin (husband Thomas Kerin) died in 1865 (date not known) at the home of her son-in-law, Michael Hynes.
- Mrs. Elizabeth Baker, age 96, died on January 23, 1866. Formerly of New Quay, she died at the home of her son-in-law, George M'Clean.
- In September 1879, Timothy Kerin died.
- In February 1893, the New Quay Parish Priest, Father Martin Sweeney died. His father was Ulick Sweeney of Galway.
- In July 1925, Mr. Michael Davenport of New Quay died.
- Mrs. Mary Gaynor died on August 27, 1930, at her residence in New Quay.
Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn.
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