Track 1: Growing up in the 1920s and 1930s the various locations in which her family lived before their arrival at Manch. Track 2: The steward’s house at Manch, where Nan lives today, and a discussion on the out-buildings. Also, the original house, Connerville, and its fate, are described. Track 3: Why the Conners arrived in Manch from Carrigafoyle, North Kerry, and the size of the estate at that time. Track 4: The Encumbered Estate Act and its effects. The tenants on the land. Nan’s mother’s family, the Grahams in Scotland, and her paternal and maternal uncles and aunts are discussed. Track 5: Nan describes her father Henry’s career as a barrister, and his work as a District Judge. Track 6: Anecdotal stories about Nan’s time as farm manager, and her involvement in sport. Track 7: Her father’s return from World War I. Track 8: Her father’s membership of the Gentleman’s Cork County Club.