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on March 10th, 2005 at 11:05am
This is brilliant.. Thank you so much for maintaining this site..
on March 9th, 2005 at 10:44pm
Great cards, great music--love this sight! Go raibh maith agat!
on March 9th, 2005 at 4:16pm
on March 7th, 2005 at 6:39pm
Love this site! I come from Gallaghers and Williamsons in Co. Donegal, McAfees, Reids and Atkinsons in Co. Derry, Johnstons in Co. Fermanagh and O'Maras and Lallys in Co. Mayo and Galway....I visited and fell in love with Ireland in 1998...looking forward to visiting again! I live in Colorado, USA.
on March 7th, 2005 at 4:38am
on March 4th, 2005 at 6:28am
worderfull web sight, loved the photographs by john eagle,like him im drawn to the sea and the light houses growing up in new hampshire usa. and having family across the pond somewhere in cork or tipperary possably
poss????FROM BACK IN 1800s IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFO FOR JERAMIAH LEARY OR ELLEN LUCE PLEASE E MAIL US THANKS!
on March 3rd, 2005 at 4:46pm
Having Irish ancestors,anything Irish is always like a homecomming.
on February 23rd, 2005 at 8:16am
What a lovely place this is! It's almost like actually being in Ireland! Someday, perhaps, if it's God's will. Thank you for this beautiful web site and for the beautiful e-cards. When I get a few pennies set aside, I'll surely send them to you, to help support this wonderful, magical place. (smiling with gratitude)
on February 20th, 2005 at 5:44pm
I am a freshmen in college and am doing a research project on Irish Immigration to the US. I myself come from an irish background...but do not know much about my history. Looking to interview someone regarding immigration to the US from Ireland. Please email me back at firstname.lastname@example.org - I can do the interview via emails. Thanks!!
on February 15th, 2005 at 10:34pm
I received one of your cards from a friend which really made me smile! I then went on your site and proceeded to spend about an hour looking at all your photos! It brought back wonderful memories of my two trips to Ireland. I could see myself, my husband and our friends in so many of your shots. Thank you for your site. I hope you'll be adding more photos.
on February 14th, 2005 at 10:38pm
Two years ago, on March 17,1998, I was at the New York City Saint Patrick Day Parade. That day it felt like summer. I was standing by a large group of people, when suddenly I heard loud cheering. That was when I saw Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. I too began screaming his name and when he saw me, he ran over to me. It was wild; he shoved his security man out of the way to reach me! At that moment, that single solitary moment, he shook my hand. All the TV reporters took photos of the Mayor and me. I was dressed as an Irish clown, and you could see the smile on Mayor Giuliani's face. There were many other people in this photo, and their eyes showed wonder as the most famous Mayor in the whole world shook Danoe the Clown's hand. I made a lot of friends that day, and I hope to see them next Saint Patrick's Day. I wondered if my picture would be in the newspapers the next day, so that night, when I came back to R.I, I called the New York Mayor's office, and they sent a copy of the parade photo.
on February 6th, 2005 at 11:28pm
I love this website, happy and sad when I read it. If anyone from Cross, County Clare will read this message I would love to hear from them. Left this happy village over 50 years ago, now a senior in San Diego, California. If only I had the opportunity to have stayed in Eire, but I had to better myself
and emigrate. USA has been very good to me and I was able to better myself through education. God Bless the free world.
Gay on February 4th, 2005 at 8:43pm
Kewl website......for Gordon, so I can "see" a bit of your world!!!!
on February 3rd, 2005 at 2:47am
Thank you for the wonderful pictures, I will return...
on February 2nd, 2005 at 9:42pm
How great to get Barry Maguire's image of Patsy Whelan! He played in our wedding at Nanny O'Briens pub in DC. If you ever get the chance, his act with Brian Gaffney should not be missed!
on January 28th, 2005 at 10:15pm
Interesting Pages. I carry my Mom's Irish family name Walker. Her Great great Grandfather George Walker came to America in1750 accompanied by his brother and sister. He met and married a irish girl and sired eight children. I found another George Walker on the WEB.
Name: George Walker
Dates: 1618 to 1690
Field of Fame: Military & Politics
Further Details: Born in County Tyrone, Ireland, of English parents George
Walker (1618 - 1690) was a clergyman who became the governor of Derry,
Ireland. In 1689 he raised a regiment in order to help garrison Londonderry
before the seige of 1689. He led raids and sallies against the forces of
King James II, and was recognised for his bravery by King William III. Not
long after he was killed at the Battle of the Boyne while fighting for King
William. He is commemorated by a statue in Londonderry, and he wrote 'A True
Account of the Siege of Londonderry' (1689).
on January 28th, 2005 at 3:56pm
I love this website, i have family in Carrick on suir c/o Tipp, i used to go every school holiday with my dad, and when he retired back there. Hes gone now and i havent been back since. I miss carrick so much and will go again one day. Please keep up with the good work and please, more photos of Tipp!!!
on January 24th, 2005 at 8:54am
Images of Dingle can be purchased on my Website ...
on January 23rd, 2005 at 4:23pm
An Tír is fearr ar domhain, isea Eireann..
Níl a leithéid in aon áit ..
éireann go brách.
on January 23rd, 2005 at 1:40pm
Thanks for all the glorious images, blessings, and music.
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