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  • Mike TM on The Lost village of GortardAn excellent account of the historical changes in Gortard and Clarinbridge, Mark. Thorough enjoyable read. My g, grandparents were married...
  • Ellen Killeen O’Connor on BallymaglancyI liked reading that. That was my dad the young Thomas Killeen, he immigrated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1927 and...
  • Mike Kilkelly on Ballydavid SouthHello Just a correction on South Galway census 1911. where it says John Kilkelly lived with brother James. I believe...
  • Stephen Fannon on SonnaghDo you have any further census information relating to the 1920s and 1930s. Many thanks Stephen
  • Hilary Kelly on The History Of HeadfordI would love information on the Headford co op, particularly Headford co op stores. It was listed in the 1851...
  • Paddy Audley on The History Of HeadfordHi William, I believe the place you're looking for is Greenfield lodge Headford Co. Galway. look it up on google....
  • Jim Bernard on Cloghbrack LowerJohn and Mary Walsh (Comer) also had a daughter named Mary, who is my great-grandmother. She emigrated to Boston around...
  • william pearson on The History Of HeadfordTrying to find a place outside of Headford. Where there was a farm by the side of the Lough with...
  • Linda Clougherty on The James Hack Tuke Emigration Schemes from Connemara, 1882-4.Wonderful information ! Researching family history. Thank you. Tom and Linda Clougherty
  • Ann Marie Sheehan on KilmeelickinEnjoyed this post. What about the National School?
  • Margaret Reynolds on AthryI am a 2nd cousin of Brian. My Mum, Nancy O'Malley, was a daughter of James O'Malley (1876-1945) referred to...
  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThank you Ken Baker. I am happy that you find inspiration in my video.
  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThank you Alacoque and Brendan for your kind comments. There are some nice dry stone walls (no mortar) in your...
  • Joanne Norris on ClonburEddy Lynch lived House #5 with his unmarried sister. He would have been born in 1877. Any information would be...
  • Joanne Norris on ClonburWho did Eddy Lynch marry - the man listed in House #5 in the 1911 Census - where did his...
  • roger on ClonburHi Joanne, thank you for the comment. The incorrect statement that you pointed out has now been corrected, thank you...
  • Joanne Norris on ClonburRe: House #1 Patrick Kyne (89): "(Both sons were married, but as Catherine’s name followed Thomas Joseph’s I assume he...
  • Gerard Connolly on The Emigration Schemes from the Crown Estate at Boughill and Irvilloughter during the Great Famine.Great to read this, this was a government sponsored scheme, totally voluntary, approx 50% of the occupants of Boughill availed...
  • Thomas Minihan on 3D model of Medieval AthenryMy Great grandfather was a Shepard here on the 1901 Census. Thanks
  • Ken Baker on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyA beautiful wall Eddie. I replay this video when i want to remind myself of what a wall built by...
  • Brian Brennan on AthryMy mother Mary Nee, was born in Athry, July 1915. My grandfather was employed in Lisnabrucka, and the family moved...
  • Colleen on InishlackenSo excited! One of my Irish ancestors was from here - my great grandmother on my father's side of the...
  • 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...
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