On 8 July 2015 the National Library of Ireland launched a new website that makes available its collection of Catholic parish registers on microfilm. You can view the registers for Drumraney and hundreds of other parishes by visiting http://registers.nli.ie. The website
Check out our new Diaspora page. This section of the website will be used to publish information about the lives and families of emigrants from the locality. Our point of departure into this vast and interesting subject is Drumraney girl Honora
Visit our Buildings and Settlements page for links to some eighteenth-century images of the castles that once stood at Ardnagrath and Killininny.
You can check out some photos of work in progress in the walled garden here.
Thanks to everyone who volunteered on 18 April to help with gathering litter from roadsides around the parish.
As part of the Westmeath Co. Council “Spring Clean Up” we will be cleaning up road verges on Saturday the 18th of April. We will be meeting to distribute pickers, gloves, jackets and rubbish bags on Monday the 30th of
On Sunday 8th March, members and friends of the Drumraney Heritage Society gathered at the local Community Hall to celebrate our website launch. The guest speaker for the event was Fr Jimmy Murray O’Carm., a noted historian of the nearby