Durrow
Townland of Litter and Cadamstown
Shinrone and District
Extent of the Dioceses in King's County
Stories of the Offaly Saints
Dunkerrin District
Kilcomon Old Church
Ely O'Carroll
The Genealogy of the O'Carrolls
The Cantreds of Ely O'Carroll
The Extent of Ely O'Carroll
Rahan and Roscore
Rathleen, Killoughey
Ballybritt and Leap Castle – A Liar at Leap
Placenames In Fear Ceall and Ballyboy
Kinnitty Parish
Kinnitty
Kilcolman Church
Offaly Placenames
T.L. Cooke – "A Good Rogue and Sound Historian"
Seir Kieran
The Old Church at Drumcullen
The Name Banagher
John O'Donovan and T.L. Cooke
John O'Molloy of Eglish – The Soogan Chief
Banagher and Cloghan
Rahan in Ancient Meath
O'Molloy Chief killed by a beggar
Fearcall – (From the Inquisitions). Castlegeshill, 23 Oct., 1612. (8 Jac I.).
The Boundries of O'Molloy Country of Fear Ceall (2)
The Boundries of O'Molloy Country of Fear Ceall (1)
The Will of Sir John Coghlan
The Castles of Mac Coughlan's Country
Leamanaghan
O'Dempsey's Country
Hugh de Lacy's murder at Durrow in 1186
Gallen and Clonony
Lusmagh – The Plain of Herbs
Clonmacnoise
Did A Gallogoly Kill Hugh De Lacy?
Castles in West Offaly
"A County of Bogs and Morasses"
Durrow and Geashell – The English Authorities Attacked
Kilbride (Clara), Ballyburley, Killclonfort and Ballycommon
Ballycowan and Sragh Castles
Tullamore River, Killurin and Ballintogher
Croghan Hill
Killoughy and the Hill of Croghan
Treasure in Ballykillan
Lynally and Rahan
Eiscir Riada and the Edenderry District
Ordnance Survey Letters for Offaly 1838
The Battle of Moylena
O'Molloy's Country of Fear Ceall
The History of Killeigh
4th Letter
The Traditions of Clonsast
The Territory of Ancient Offaly II
The Territory of Ancient Offaly