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  • Dennis Walsh on Finnaun Stone HouseThanks for the information Rick . My Great Grandfather was the David (Daithi) Walsh (1841 -1876) referred to here. I...
  • Susan Toulson on Finnaun Stone HouseLots of descendants of this family in the USA and Australia. David Walsh of Ogoole married Sarah Walsh of Muckanaghkillew...
  • Antoinette Lydon on Oughterard and Irelands Mayfly FestivalExcellent film on Oughterard & Lough Corrib. Well worth viewing.
  • martin conneely on Seamus O MailleThanks for information, Gregory. I had only searched for Ó Máille and O'Malley.
  • Gregory O'Malley on Seamus O Maille@Martin Conneely. Seamus O'Malley was my great uncle. His brother Peter was my grandfather. Here is a link to the...
  • Maureen Hathaway on Introducing this websiteThis site has been a God-send in helping us unravel our family history. On all US documents the surname was...
  • Rick on Finnaun Stone HouseCensus information - Finnaun - parish of Killannin: 1841 - Number of Males - 2 - Number of Females -...
  • Rick on Finnaun Stone HouseRegarding the herds house in Finnaun, Tom Walsh of Uggool, Killannin had heard that a family named "Clancy" had lived...
  • Jim Fahy on CappanalaurabaunRegarding previous post on Rev. William Kennedy, please note that "Ballynahinch" should read "BUNLAHINCH", Louisburgh, Co. Mayo, commonly known as...
  • Jim Fahy on CappanalaurabaunRev. William Kennedy is recorded at page 35 in "Soupers and Jumpers" by Miriam Moffitt - 2008. Apparently he was...
  • Mai Raftery on Jim and Brigid StewartMy mother BRIGID MALONEY was born in Cornboy , Carritigue , Ballina , Co.Mayo not Rosmuck. Her parents were also...
  • Antoinette Lydon on Fr. Colman KingMany Thanks Tim, The Oughterard Heritage Group would love to hear about your time in Glann with Fr. King.
  • Arnie Munissen on The Famine Part 1If I am not mistaken, Colonel Richard Martin died on January 6, 1834, a full decade before the Great Famine...
  • Tim O'Reilly on Fr. Colman KingFather Colman was a beloved priest. His name, hovever, is without an "e" as it is commonly listed. Colman built...
  • Jane Morrison on A Rift amongst the MissionariesJohn Brice Blake, born on 22 June 1811 at Menlough, was the second son of Sir John Blake, 11th Baronet,...
  • Jane Morrison on CappanalaurabaunDear Jim Fahey, Thank you very much for posting the above information about John Brice Blake. This confirms his date...
  • Robert on Farewell to Canon Sean ManningA good man. Approachable and warmhearted. Someone you felt treated others as he would like to be treated. Rest in...
  • Jim Fahy on CappanalaurabaunRe: Death of John Brice Blake: Galway Vindicatorof March 10th 1858 reported the death of John Brice Blake at Doon...
  • Jane Morrison on A Rift amongst the MissionariesJohn Brice Blake's wife, Frances Blake nee McIllree, did not die until 23 January 1871 in Leicester, England. However Frances...
  • Jane Morrison on CappanalaurabaunIt appears that there are some typos in this 'history'. John Brice Blake died at Doon House on 5 March...
  • Maureen Gill Beath on Jim and Mary CurranAny visit to Ireland and first stop was Lemonfield. Great memories.
  • Maureen Gill Beath on Delia and Mary GeogheganMy granny and Aunty Mary. God bless them.
  • Jim Moloney on Stephen LambertI served with Steven Lambert in USA army back in the 60. Have lost contact with him ever since and...
  • Tommy O Flaherty on Michael John Joyce – An AppreciationRIP MJ
  • Antoinette Lydon on Angler’s Hotel, Main Street, OughterardMany Thanks Bridget. on behalf of the Oughterard Heritage Group
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