Title Kilkenny Famine victims are helping to unveil even more secrets from the past Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Kilkenny People Media type Country Ireland Date 30/08/18 Producer/Author Sian Moloughney Persons Jonny Geber Title Story of Famine's youngest victims unearthed in mass grave Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Irish Examiner Media type Country United Kingdom Date 8/09/14 Description A study of over 500 child skeletons from a mass workhouse grave has uncovered the harrowing deaths suffered by the youngest victims of the Famine. Producer/Author Lynne Kelleher Persons Jonny Geber Title Workhouse graves give up famine horror secrets Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Irish Mirror Media type Country United Kingdom Date 7/09/14 Description Almost two thirds of the 545 youngsters buried in the mass grave were under six while workhouse records show the mortality rate for babies under the age of two was four times higher than older children. Producer/Author Lynne Kelleher Persons Jonny Geber Title New Discoveries in the Mass Burials at Kilkenny Union Workhouse Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet Irish America Media type Country United States Date 15/06/13 Producer/Author Adam Farley Persons Jonny Geber Title The Kilkenny workhouse mass burials: An archaeology of the Irish Potato Famine Degree of recognition International Media name/outlet Current Archaeology Media type Country United Kingdom Date 4/04/13 Description The horrifying human cost of the Great Irish Famine is well known, but what archaeological traces has it left? Recent research at Queen’s University Belfast by Jonny Geber has revealed the realities of life for a community struck down during the crisis, and how a misdiagnosis may have added to the suffering. Producer/Author Carly Hilts Persons Jonny Geber Title Witnesses to a catastrophe Degree of recognition National Media name/outlet The Irish Times Media type Country United Kingdom Date 20/10/11 Description A forgotten Famine burial site inside the grounds of a former workhouse in Kilkenny has yielded the remains of nearly 1,000
people, and a wealth of knowledge about how they lived and how they died.
Producer/Author Dick Ahlstrom Persons Jonny Geber