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Killaloe 100th- The Way it Was

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Politics

Click on an image below to  view the gallery! Scroll down for more information.  Stephen Ryan is known as the Father of Incorporation of Killaloe. The prominent businessman submitted a petition for incorporation as a village January 10, 1908. The

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