Comments

Here you can see a list of the most recently added comments on this site.  You can add your own comments at the bottom of any page on the site.

  • jean mckenna o'hare on Walsh’s of OughterardHello, My grandmother was Catherine Brannelly Cunniff. Her sister was Ellen Brannelly from Cregmore. Ellen married a Walsh. Catherine and...
  • Martin Joseph Lynch on Connemara Ponies and Cannon BallI spent time in 1952 with my uncle Martin Joe Lynch from Maam Cross who raced Mountain Ash in Oughterard....
  • Antoinette Lydon on Glann ChurchHello Joan I have sent you an email on how to see the comments on the Facebook page
  • Joan D'Arcy Sheridan on Glann ChurchI would like to read the other comments
  • jim.fahy on Camp Street in the 1920sCamp Street in the 1920's I am interested in finding out what became of "Johnny Kenny" Cooper who resided in...
  • jim.fahy on The Shape of Killannin ParishThe author of this report is to be congratulated on an interesting article which puts the parish in a new...
  • Jane Donovan on The McDonaghs of BillamoreIs this page still active? I am looking for Bridget McDonough,dob1817 married to Patrick Dorsey (Darcey),dob1806.
  • Jeffrey Fitzgerald on The Mons Family of Gortnashingaun at GlannHi "Guys". In the chance that someone may want to contact me regardimg this 2011 post on the Mons familiy;...
  • geri slevin on Camp Street in the 1920sPlease could you make a map so it would be possible to see where all these people listed live. it...
  • peter hicks on Irish Friends of Napoleon in ExileThe family legend about the Napoleon letters is true. The letter however was not in the snuff box but in...
  • Bridget Turney on Mary Gill, Eighterard B. 1892 with Granddaughter Mary Bridget CurranA photograph of my Grandmother , and my first cousin Mary-Bridget Curren Xxx
  • Antoinette Lydon on Rodger Lydon CoastguardI found 2 records for the Lydon's, see attached to the post.
  • Robert Russell on Lime Kilnsthanks for the helpful insight int these kilns.
  • Andrew Nicholls on Introducing this websiteAnswer to 'DETAILS WANTED FOR RONALD & NOEL STEVENS' Ronald was born 1902 Cradley Heath, Noel 1907 Stourbridge. Father Ernest...
  • ROBERT on The Tuam Martyrs"The six men were Seamus Ō Máille Oughterard, Martin Moylan, Farmerstown, Annaghdown, John Newell, Winefort, Headford, John Mc Guire, Cross,...
  • Shaun Savage on Kilcummin Cemetery Memorial Inscriptions DatabaseI would like to know if there is a document that is held by the cemetery that lists the people...
  • Paddy Lydon on Oughterard RevisitedDoes anyone know if the Pat gibbons you mention was from Derry (aka doirebeg) i once lived in Derry and...
  • Chris Sweeney on The Knock Ferry Bridge – Knock, North – Much Talked About – Never BuiltHere's a news report from RTE, showing that a bridge was still being discussed more than a century later: https://www.rte.ie/archives/collections/news/21228747-lough-corrib-bridge/...
  • Martina cogavin on Group Photograph c.1960Is there any Currans remaining in Oughterard to day, that would have great grand parents called edward and Catherine Curran...
  • Donal Leader on Magherabeg ClachanI just want to congratulate you on your initiative and commitment to keeping alive the history of the Oughterard area...
  • Peter on How to contact usYour link to the Tuke Emigration Project on your home page is broken. I found the page by google which...
  • jim.fahy on The ConventThe Galway Vindicator of February 4th 1843 reported on the dedication of what is described as "The Nunnery". Apparently the...
  • Helen Wemyss on Grandma’s ApronsI came across this delightful article about aprons while looking up crossover aprons after my Irish friend gave me an...
  • Patrick Lydon on The Deserted Village of Lettercraff ( Leitir Creamha)I knew Pat Gibbons from Derry (doire beg) I lived in Doire Beg and was a neighour of the Gibbons...
  • Antoinette Lydon on Read “A Valley Remembers”Thank you for your comment Noreen, we realise that the pdfs no longer load and we will try our best...
This page was added on 02/04/2015.