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  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThanks a lot Ken. You presented great work too which I enjoyed. Well done to Nell, she should be proud...
  • Sunny Wieler on Walling Styles on the Royal Breffni County Bounds by Eddie FarrellyGreat video Eddie. Keeping the craft alive.
  • Kenneth Curran on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyBeautiful wall Eddie. Great story to go with it. Enjoyed the film. All the best. Ken
  • Eddie Farrelly on Ballyknockan Granite, Wicklow – A New GenerationA wonderfully interesting and educational video, Killian. Great craftsmanship, well done to you Sir. I hope that all the gang...
  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThank you George for your kind comments. There were a couple of more points that I had intended to include...
  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThank you Roxanne. If you ever pass my way, you have an open invitation to visit.
  • George Gunn on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyI really enjoyed your wee video, Eddie . It's a wall with a story to tell, for sure. I hope...
  • Roxanne on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellySo interesting! That was a labour of love for sure. Well done! I like it that you know and have...
  • Eddie Farrelly on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyThank you Thomas for you complimentary remarks. I hope that you will enjoy everything that Virtual Féile na gCloch has...
  • Thomas Dolan on The Story of a Wall by Eddie FarrellyMagnificent piece of work Eddie...a true craftsman..thank you for your lovely story..
  • Kerry White on Cloghbrack LowerJohn Walsh, son of John Walsh and Mary Comer of Cloughbrack. As noted on this original post, the only child...
  • Hayley Malone on DerrigimlaghHello - this info is great and much more than I have managed to find anywhere else. My Grandfather was...
  • Kerry White on Cloghbrack LowerFrom the 1911 Census, House 14-John and Mary Walsh are my great great grandparents. Mary's maiden name was Comer. Their...
  • Pat on Mammy’s Super Black PuddingLovely Memories Teresa, I Can Almost Taste It....
  • Mary Burke on To School Through The YearsFor the records, the teacher listed on the former staff of Tiaquin N.S., quoted as Ida Griffin is incorrect. Her...
  • roger on AddergooleThank you Ann for bringing this to my attention. I have now corrected that entry.
  • Ann walsh on AddergooleIn the 1901 census William walsh ,his wife Catherine , their son William and his wife Anne abs their children...
  • Fergus Brogan on 13. STONEY BRENNANhttps://thesession.org/tunes/8530 This is a link to a beautiful reel, Stoney Brennan, written by Vincent Broderick.
  • Abbey Heritage Group on Mountbellew Heritage and Tourism NetworkVery impressive photos. Lovely to see Bellew House in its prime. Well done to all involved.
  • thomas sullivan on The Lost village of GortardThis is an amazing document. My connection to it is my Great Grandmother, Mary Connors was from there. This is...
  • Eithne Noonan on 34. Tuam Town HallHave great memories of this building when growing up in Tuam. Downstairs, I can still remember the delight of choosing...
  • Bill Nee on TeeraneaLiam, just saw your posting. I have found out that my great-great grandparents were James Browne and Penelope (not Winifred)...
  • Norma on SunsetStunning Martina Love this spot !
  • Michael Leahy on EmlaghdauroeWilliam B Lougheed came from Dunowla Co Sligo where his father John and wife Sarah Lougheed (from Co Lritrim) lived...
  • Michael Leahy on EmlaghdauroeWould you have any follow up info on the Lougheed family We are history group in Ruan Co Clare we...
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