- Subscribers to Clare Papal Army, 1860 (4,000+ records), donated by Clare Roots Society
- Drumline Graveyard, Newmarket-on-Fergus (107 records), donated by Pat Carrig for OBAIR Newmarket-on-Fergus and Canon Reuben Butler
- Fenloe Graveyard, Newmarket-on-Fergus (368 records) donated by Pat Carrig for OBAIR Newmarket-on-Fergus and Canon Reuben Butler
- Deer & Coney Islands Headstone Inscriptions (33 records) donated by Clare Roots Society
It belonged to IRA Volunteer and a future important politican figure Patrick Brennan, from Meelick, and features accounts and illustrations of life in the North Wales camp and the autographs of many of the camp’s prisoners including Michael Collins and Richard Mulcahy.
While it is planned to put this on display in the Museum before Christmas, it is also hoped to create a digital copy that can be uploaded to the Library site for a wider audience.
There's more information about this important acquisition here.