• The Glenart Hogans
    The Glenart Hogans

    On the front step on 7 Glenart Avenue.

    Back Row: Donal, Lorcan, Eithne, Eoin, Sheila, Brendan

    Middle Row: Diarmuid, Fidelma, Nuala, Noreen

    Froont Row: Eileen, Mary, Una

  • The Picnics

    The Extended Hogans are famous for their picnics

    The first was held in Marlay Park in 1984.

    The second was also in Marlay Park on May 18th 2002

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  • 6-in-a-row
    6-in-a-row

    The successful Wexford gaelic football team that won six Leinster Senior Football Championships in a row between 1913 and 1918. They also became the first team to win 4 All-Ireland Football Championships in a row between 1915 and 1918.

    Captained by Sean O'Kennedy (front row - centre), brother-in-law of John J Hogan, the team also included his brother Gus (front row - far right).

  • Boys and Girls
    Boys and Girls

    The Girls (clockwise from top left): Eileen, Nuala, Eitne, Una, Sheila, Fidelma

    The Boys (clockwise from rear centre): Diarmuid, Donal, Lorcan, Brendan

  • The Herberton Hogans - 1966
    The Herberton Hogans - 1966

    The Herberton Hogans c.1966, possibly in Arklow

    Clockwise from top right: Dara, Mick, Eugene, Shane (on Dad's knee), Dad (Eoin), Mam (Ann), Feargal, Carmel

    And all 8 of us fitted into a Ford Cortina!

  • The Kennedys of New Ross
    The Kennedys of New Ross

    A family portrait of James Kennedy of New Ross, Co. Wexford, my great grandfather, with his family.

    They are (back row left to right):

    Michael, Tom, John, Frank, Paddy, May, and Gus

    The 2 ladies on the left are unidentified cousins from the US, and the lady on the right with the child is Tom's wife.

Mr John J. Hogan

From a May 1944 newspaper

 

Mr John J. Hogan, Blackrock, Dublin, whose death has occurred, was a former chairman of Dublin Co. Board and Leinster Council of the G.A.A.    A native of Nenagh, he was a brother-in-law of Messrs. Sean and Gus Kennedy, well-known Wexford footballers of some years back; Mr. P.J. Kennedy solicitor, Carrickmacross; Mr T. Kennedy, Edenderry and Mr. M. Kennedy, U.S.A.   He was attached to the Survey Branch, Department of Posts and Telegraphs.

Tobacco Leaves

The House Journal of Player & Wills (Ireland) Limited No. 21 Dec. 1969

 

Miss Una Hogan

The news that Miss Hogan had collapsed and died returning to her car after evening Mass in University Church was so totally unexpected that even now three weeks later it is still difficult to accept that her forceful presence is no longer with us.  She knew everybody and everybody knew her- both inside the Company and outside.  Probably no one could list the full extent of her professional, charitable and social  work but the total of her known activities in these fields is staggering.  No matter how many helping hands she extended she could always fit in just one more deserving cause and supply immediate practical help without fuss, bother, or the loss of good humour. 

Her generosity was as boundless as her charity and no sporting or social occasion in the Company - especially in Botanic Road days -  whether official or unofficial was ever left unfed -often at her own expense.

She was a rare and admirable person and the last who would have chosen resting in peace.  May she have plenty to do above. 

The Double Hogan/Lynch Marriage

From the Personal Column, The Nationalist and Leinster Times, Sat. 25th Sept. 1948, page 5
 
 
At St. Michael's Parish Church, Athy, on Monday [20th Sept. 1948], with Nuptial Mass and Papal Blessing, Mr. Diarmuid Hogan (sic.), married Miss Frances Lynch, and Mr. Eoin Hogan, married Miss Angela Lynch.  The two bridegrooms are sons of Mrs. Hogan, Glenart Avenue, Blackrock,  Dublin, and the late Mr. P.J. Hogan, Chief Superintendent G.P.O., Dublin.  The brides are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lynch, Cloney Castle, Athy.  The ceremonies were performed by Rev. J. O'Sullivan, C.C.  Diarmuid and Frances were married first with Angela and Eoin as bridesmaid and best man.  At the second marriage  Frances and Diarmuid were matron of honour and best man.  The brides were given away by their father.  The sacred music was rendered by the Sisters of Mercy with Mr. Dermot Browner (cousin of the 'grooms), well-known Dublin vocalist, as soloist.  Amongst his solos were "Panis Angelicus" and "Just for Today".  A reception was held at the home of the brides.
Left to right: Diarmuid, Fran, Eoin, Ann

Death Notice of Mrs Mary Hogan

The death notice of Mrs Mary Hogan was published 12 August 1951.

 

Hogan (Blackrock) - August 10, 1951, Mary (nee Kennedy), wife of the late John J. Hogan, 7 Glenart Avenue, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.  R.I.P.  Funeral this (Saturday) morning from Church of St. John the Baptist, Blackrock, after 10 o'c. Mass to Dean's Grange Cemetery.   House private.

Grandad Hogan

Unfortunately for Grandad Hogan, he never lived to see his grandchildren. So we are all equal when it comes to knowing much about him. Can you identify him in the photo?

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