John and Agnes Gill 1947

By The Culture and Heritage Group

This page was added on 22/07/2010.

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  • I was so lucky to have spent a little time with Uncle Johnny and Auntie Agnes. I remember her smile lit up her face, and Johnny was so warm and welcoming.
    My dad was the baby of the family and thought of Uncle Johnny as a father figure. Lovely pictures.❤️

    By Maureen Beath (28/09/2020)
  • Love this picture of my grandparents so many great memories of them especially our time spent with them during summer holidays. From walks down the boathouse with grandad to granny’s lovely brown bread and scones. Special times.

    By Niamh Dunne (06/08/2015)
  • Lovely photo. Agnes(nee Walsh) was my father’s sister. We used to call up to visit after mass on a sunday. They lived at the end of camp street (Dr. Tom McConnell bought the house for his Surgery) They were a lovely couple. For some reason my strongest memory was the smell of cabbage as Aunty Agnes used to cook bacon and cabbage on a Sunday!! May they rest in Peace.

    By Harry Walsh (26/05/2011)
  • What a great photo of my Grandparents wish they were still with us x

    By Jacqueline Gill Gildea (07/05/2011)

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