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Shinrone Suí an Róin —  Town  — Shinrone on the R491, County Offaly Shinrone Location in Ireland Coordinates: 53°35′N 7°33′W / 53.59°N 7.55°W / 53.59; -7.55Coordinates: 53°35′N 7°33′W / 53.59°N 7.55°W / 53.59; -7.55 Country Ireland Province Leinster County County Offaly Elevation 66 m (217 ft) Population (2006)  - Urban 591 Time zone WET (UTC+0)  - Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1) Irish Grid Reference S049923 Shinrone (Irish: Suí an Róin, meaning "seat of the seal"[1]) is a village in County Offaly, Ireland. It lies at the junction of the R491 regional road between Cloughjordan and Roscrea where it is joined by the R492. According to the 2006 census the population is 591 persons. Contents 1 People 2 Buildings of note 3 In Fiction 4 See also 5 References People American President Barack Obama's earliest known relative Joseph Kearney, whose family subsequently moved to Moneygall who would be the Presidents 7th great-grandfather was from Shinrone where the Kearney family lived and died for four generations. Research from Trinity college show this to be the Presidents earliest known relatives.[2] Buildings of note Whilst there are other buildings of architectural interest in and around Shinrone, the following are featured on the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage website[3] Gloster House, Glasderry More townland (C17th, remodeled c1730) Two storey over basement country house. Annaghbrook House (c1720) Previously derelict house with some features of architectural merit being renovated. Gloster Obelisk, Glasderry More townland. (c1730) Folly consisting of Arch with two flanking Obelisks. Believed to be the work of Edward Lovett Pearce. Range of outbuildings in Cloughmoyle townland (c1740) Attached to a much modified house these ranges of domestic outbuildings are mostly original. Tierney’s, Main St. (c1750 renovated c1860) Two storey house with pub. Steeply pitched roof with terracotta ridge tiles. Detached three storey house with disused shopfront, Main St (c1780) Well proportioned detached house with early C20th shopfront. Single storey Lodge, Glasderry More townland. (c1820) Lodge to Gloster House, Triple pile with some beautiful detailing. Bridge over Little Brosna, Main St (c1820) Double arch bridge. Eastern arch has been converted to a pedestrian underpass. St Mary’s Church of Ireland (1821) Commissioned by the Board of First Fruits this church has a wider nave than usual. Pair of semi-detached two storey houses, Main St. (c1850) Attractive pair of houses retaining many original features. Shinrone Roman Catholic Church (c1860 renovated c1980) T plan church with cross finials on gables. Two storey Lodge, Glasderry More townland. (1869) Another lodge to Gloster House again with interesting detailing. Former school, Main St (1874) Attractive L shaped building behind cast iron railings. Kilballyskea House, Lilballyskea townland. (c1880) Fine three bay, two storey country house with older outbuildings associated with previous house on this site. Remains of water hydrant (c1880) Cast iron, top missing. Building formerly Guest’s shop, Main St. (c1900) Disused single storey early C20th shop premises. In Fiction Arlo Guthrie's visit to Shinrone is mentioned in Tim Winton's novel The Riders - shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1995. A character in the novel overhears locals in the small Irish town of Shinrone, recount the night Arlo Guthrie came to play. The actual event occurred in February 1988, when Arlo played the local gymnasium in Shinrone, County Offaly. The concert was organised by a local postman, Tom Stapleton. See also List of towns and villages in Ireland References ^ A. D. Mills, 2003, A Dictionary of British Place-Names, Oxford University Press ^ ^