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  • Ralph Mackey on Excerpts from the life of Malachy HardimanHi George, Excited to have contact with a direct descendant of Uncle John Hardiman and his son James! Malachy is...
  • George Hardiman on Excerpts from the life of Malachy HardimanI am a direct descendent of James Hardiman ( son of John and Winifred of Castleblakeney) who arrived in Australia...
  • Des Moore on The History Of HeadfordIs there a statue or some form of plaque to honour a man called Carty who died / shot in...
  • Trevor Hathaway on The Mountbellew Workhouse Orphans sent to Canada, 1853.I write to you from Adelaide in Australia. I am researching a relative as part of our family Genealogy. Her...
  • Margaret Gallery on 07. Waterslade HouseI found this reference (by chance I am actually looking for the laying of the stone) The Pilot - Wednesday...
  • Bar macnamara on Dunmore as a market townThe couple in the B&W photo featured in this video were my great- grandparents: Daniel & Delia McLoughlin of Lurgan,...
  • K Bourns on Shop DaybookVery interesting article about my Great grandfather. adding a bit of detail. From that I have about John he was...
  • Laura Gilbard on CashelAre there any records for around 1765 to 1775? We suspect our ancestor came from this area, as our dna...
  • Terry McCarthy on Kilbannon Graveyard, TuamI'm intrigued by the photo posted by Clare Doyle of the bonesetter symbol on the gravestone. Would Clare know the...
  • Concepta McDonnell on The History Of HeadfordHi Does anyone know the date of the photos please ? Kind Regards Connie Dohery
  • Seán O’Fiaich on Galway Museum – Decorated StoneThe Galway Piper Carving from old Galway City, Depicts Irish Píob Mór, NOT the Uileann Pipes. The Píob Mór are...
  • Mary Lambert on LisheenThis is a well written and well researched description of this townland and its history. My grandfather was born in...
  • Seamus on MungaI think I can possibly see a couple of discrepancies and am going to work through the info I have...
  • roger on MungaSeamus, I've just looked into this further and both the Down Survey and yourself could be correct. Errislannan is the...
  • roger on MungaHigh Seamus, thank you for your comment. I got the information direct from the Down Survey site and when you...
  • Seamus Lefroy-Brooks ( Sullivan) on MungaI fear there is an error here. I think that the 1670 Down Survey name for Munga was in fact...
  • Martin Connolly on LehidThomas and Barbra Conneelly mentioned in both the 1901 and 1911 census were my great grandparents. Their son Thomas, mentioned...
  • Alacoque and Brendan Mc Mahon on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyWhat a talent you have Eddie. A memory wall for sure. Lovely to hear what the various stones represent.
  • Brady Robbins on GortdrishaghAnne Forde was the daughter of Nicholas Robbins and Mary McDonough, and she grew up in Gortdrishagh and inherited her...
  • Moycullen Heritage on MAIGH CUILINN (MOYCULLEN)Our local heritage group are always delighted to hear from those with queries to be answered or information to share:-...
  • Sean Costello Jnr on Gerard Whelan 14/6/1950 – 27/8/2013Hello Whelans in Texas, We have Thomas Whelan , 1880, and son Thomas, 1901, in our family tree, from Kylebrack...
  • Gerrard O'Hara on School PhotographsExcellent detail. I must get a copy Gerrard O'Hara
  • Frank Peters on 02. An AbhainnI suspect this may have been pointed out already but if not, then here we go: I think it means...
  • Patrick Mc Donnell on Killimor Town in the PastThanks so very much for uploading this information. My Great Grandmother Mary McDonnell was the nurse/Midwife who resided at masons...
  • Marie Scalisi on Galway Famine Emigrants in New York CityThanks for the info! FYI, Michael Casey b. Athenry 1830-31 to Pat and Mary (Hayes) Casey, as per Emigrant Savings...
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