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  • Callaghan, S. (2023). Kilcomin Graveyard, County Offaly. Tullamore: Offaly County Council.

  • Callaghan, S. (2020). Birr Military Cemetery, A history of the cemetery and those interred there. Tullamore: Offaly County Council.

  • Callaghan, S. Society of Old Lucan (2020). Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Lucan, County Dublin. Memorial Recording Project. Lucan.

  • Callaghan, S., O'Brien, C. (2016). Heart and Soul, A History of St Brendan’s Graveyard in Birr. Tullamore: Offaly County Council.


  • When the Nightjar Returns, The Natural History and Human Story of Killaun Bog, County Offaly (contribution on the history of the sites rifle range)


  • Callaghan, S. (2023). The Story Behind the Photo, The Leinster Regiment Association Journal The 40/10. p7-8.

  • Callaghan, S. (2022). Disbandment, Destruction and Commemoration, History Ireland. 30 (4).

  • Callaghan, S. (2020). War Stories: Richard Montague Raynsford, The Armourer, p68-69.

  • Callaghan, S. Shine, D. Montgomery, H. (2020). Great War Training Trenches at Birr Barracks: A rehearsal ground for Kitchener’s new army. Offaly Heritage.11, p4-27.

  • Callaghan, S. (2020). Saving Captain Studholme’s Cross, The Leinster Regiment Association Journal The 40/10. p19-21.

  • Shine, D., Callaghan, S., Green, A., Arrigan, B. (2019). Rehearsing for the Theatre of War, Archaeology Ireland. 33 (2) p30-35

  • Callaghan, S. (2019). An Unusual Souvenir of the Boer War, History Ireland. 27 (2), p43.

  • Callaghan, S., Shine, D. (2018). Trench Warfare in the Fourteen Acres, Birr Year Review 2018. 18, p51-53.

  • Callaghan, S. (2018). Great War Memorials in the Church of Ireland churches of County Offaly, Offaly and the Great War. p323-354

  • Callaghan, S. (2018). Tunic, Tinsel, Toga: The Life of County Offaly Musician Henry George Farmer,Irish Lives Remembered. 39, p29-33.

  • Callaghan, S. (2017). A Remarkable Musicologist; Henry George Farmer. Birr Year Review 2017. 17, p33-34.

  • Callaghan, S. (2015). Leinster Regiment Soldier’s Grave Marked after 96 Years, The Leinster Regiment Association Journal The 40/10.

  • Callaghan, S. (2014). A Comparison of the Sedimentary Record of the Upper Lake Glendalough, County Wicklow, with the Historic Lead Mining Records of the Area. The Journal of the Mining Heritage Trust of Ireland. 14, p87-103.

  • Callaghan, S. (2013). Military Burials and Memorials at Birr: From the Pyramids of Egypt to the Beaches of Normandy. Offaly Heritage. 7, p221-243.


  • Callaghan, S. "Birr Barracks burnt 100 years ago on 14 July 1922", OffalyHistoryBlog, 2022. 

  • Callaghan, S. "Disbandment of the Leinster Regiment based at Birr Barracks 100 years ago". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2022

  • Callaghan, S. "The departure of the British Military from Offaly one hundred years ago – Birr Barracks". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2022

  • Callaghan, S. "The 14th and 15th earls of Huntingdon of Sharavogue, Shinrone and the Birr barracks scandal". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2021

  • Callaghan, S. "Interesting Graves and Graveyards of Offaly". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2020. Web. 29 April 2020.

  • Callaghan, S. "A Birr Letter’s Untold Story: Hugh Leonard of Crinkill". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2020. Web. 8 April 2020.

  • Callaghan, S. "Vintage Week before it was Vintage! Military sports and spectacles at Birr Barracks in August 1919". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2019. Web. 3 Aug. 2019.

  • Callaghan, S. "Barbados to Birr, the story of Sergeant Gordon Brooker, Leinster Regiment", OffalyHistoryBlog, 2019. Web. 16 March 2019.

  • Callaghan, S. "The McDonald Family of Birr and the Great War: one story of many from Offaly about those who fought in the Great War, 1914–18", OffalyHistoryBlog, 2018. Web. 4 November 2018.

  • Callaghan, S. "Birr Barracks WW1 Trench Dig", OffalyHistoryBlog, 2018. Web. 11 Aug. 2018.

  • Callaghan, S. (2018). A Napoleonic Veteran's Grave. Lucan Newsletter. p10-11

  • Callaghan, S. "Captain Studholme of Ballyegan". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2017. Web. 10 Sept. 2017.

  • Callaghan, S. "Burial Grounds of Birr". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2017. Web. 10 June 2017.

  • Callaghan, S. "A Murder at Birr Barracks". OffalyHistoryBlog, 2017. Web. 26 Mar. 2017.

  • Callaghan, S. "Lead-Bearing Minerals from Glendalough, The First World War And The Wicklow Lead Mines". Documentation Discoveries, 2016. Web. 26 Mar. 2017.

  • Callaghan, S. (2016). A Medieval Church and Graveyard at Aderrig. Lucan Newsletter. p10-11.

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