Welcome to the new Malahide Historical Society website.

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New Members

Malahide Historical Society welcomes new members. Joining is easy - fill in the form on our Contact page (under About Us) or just send an email to us at the address below and we will send you an application form:

malahidehistoricalsociety2@gmail.com

The annual subscription is just €15 but do not send any money at this stage.

​Alternatively write to: 

The Secretary, Malahide Historical Society, 31 Millview Lawns, Malahide, Dublin, Co. Dublin, K36 D660.

Family History Enquiries

The society does not maintain genealogical records and does not have facilities for dealing with family history enquiries. We can recommend the following local genealogy service CB Genealogy at www.cbgenealogy.ie   The links page offers some pointers that may be of help.

Monthly talks

Between October and May we run a series of monthly lectures on local and national historical topics. Normally, these are held in person at a venue in Malahide but during Covid restrictions these are held online over Zoom and are for members only.

2021 - 2022 programme:
October Tues. 12th. ‘Smuggling in North County Dublin’. Paddy Ryan (MHS)
November Tues. 9th. ‘Brian Inglis - from TV star to Paranormalist’  Neil Langdon Inglis, (son of Brian Inglis)
December Tues. 7th.  ‘The Fagans of Feltrim’ Eamon Madden
January Tues 11th. ‘The Coast Watchers: Neutral Ireland’s Second World War frontline, 1939-45’ Dr. Michael Kennedy
February Tues. 8th.  ‘Schools in Malahide’ Dara McGivern
March Tues. 8th. ‘Dr Kathleen Lynn, founder of the first children’s hospital in Ireland’ Dr. Mary McAuliffe
April Tues. 12th. ‘The Dublin Tramways’ Clifton Flewitt
May Tues. 10th ‘Photographs of Malahide and the Surrounding Area’ Brian Dooley (MHS)

We welcome suggestions regarding futurepossible speakers or topics, preferably with a local relevance. Ideas to: malahidehistoricalsociety2@gmail.com

Further reading:

If you have roots in Malahide

'Malahide Snapshot 1901'

By Gerry Kingston

An analysis of the people, society and economy of central Malahide as revealed in the 1901 census. The book also has a template for doing a similar detailed analysis of any other district.

Available from Manor Books,Church Road, Malahide

Further  reading:

Want to learn lots more about Malahide?

'Old Malahide' 

By Roger Greene

The story of over 100 locations around Malahide.

Available from: Manor Books,Church Road, Malahide and at this society's museum at Malahide Castle.  

Further reading:

'Portmarnock- its People and Townlands-A History'

By Garry Ahern

Local features, land ownership and salient historical events in the ten townlands comprising Portmarnock.

Available from Spar and Lidl in Portmarnock; also Hodges Figgis, Dublin.
(Mail Order from enquiries@hodgesfiggis.ie)

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