Track 1: Neil Travers describes his early life and his education. He recalls his grandparents, his father’s involvement in the Boer War and the First World War, and his later occupation. Track 2: His father, who was invalided out of the First World War. The burning of Timoleague House and the building of a new house on a nearby site. Track 3: Following his early education, he attended an agricultural college in England, before returning home. In 1965 he moved to Crosshaven after his marriage. Track 4: Taking over Timoleague House after his father’s death and being involved in market gardening. Track 5: His paternal grandfather, Spencer Travers, was killed by a bull on his farm, Neil recalls this tragedy and discusses farming practices on his grandfather’s farm. Track 6: His family’s connections, and their membership of the Cork County Club in the South Mall in Cork city. Track 7: A discussion on the town of Bandon, the Protestant community there and their persistence. Rural electricity came to Timoleague in 1937, and Neil explains its early arrival.