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  • mary teresa dolphin on St Patrick’s Church, BallyglassPeter Dolphin Danesfort Loughrea Was Father In Law To Thomas Tighe The Heath Scardaune
  • Patrick Donelan on Fighting Bulls…and a tricky question from the BishopI would be extremely interested to know if George Garvey has heard any stories from the very early years of...
  • Patrick Donelan on CloonbruskThe civil marriage registration records show that Thomas Hosty of Cloonfane (father Stephen was deceased) married Bridget Quinn of Cloonbrusk...
  • Eamonn Conway on CloonbruskFrank and Margaret Conway were my great grandparents. Margaret’s name was Hosty. Any way of knowing if she was related...
  • Patrick Donelan on Tithes Protest in MilltownThere are several townlands in the civil parish of Dunmore (Bawnmore, Carrowreagh, etc.) in the Milltown area. The tithe records...
  • milltown heritage on KilclooneyTHE IRISH LAND PURCHASE AND SETTLEMENT COMPANY AND THE ATTEMPTED MIGRATION SCHEME TO KILCLOONY IN THE 1880s. Article access via...
  • MHG on Tithes Protest in MilltownTHE IRISH LAND PURCHASE AND SETTLEMENT COMPANY AND THE ATTEMPTED MIGRATION SCHEME TO KILCLOONY IN THE 1880s. Article access via...
  • Patrick Donelan on A Settlement of the Uí hUiginn Poets and its Landscape SettingGreat work, fascinating. Thank you.
  • Patrick Donelan on Milltown ICAN ProjectTo B. Forde, Are you by any chance descended from Timothy Ford (1797-1895) and his wife Bridget (maiden name Donelan,...
  • Damian O'Donnell on Milltown’s forgotten talentRe the request for contact for Frank O Donnell children Frank and Mary. I am his grandson if you still...
  • milltown heritage on Arklow cream teapotThanks Olive for your query. We are afraid we don't know the value of this teapot. An antique dealer would...
  • Olive woods on Arklow cream teapotI have this same teapot only difference is the lid has flowers and a gold rim on it. Could you...
  • B Forde on Milltown ICAN ProjectTo all in Milltown Heritage Group I really like your video and from what I can gather Milltown is a...
  • Chloe Greenwood on ShanballymoreThis has been very useful when tracing my ancestors, the Diskins and Ronans and Mullins. I really appreciate this resource,...
  • milltown heritage on Milltown ParishThanks Gail for your comment. Get in touch if you ever visit. Our email address is milltownheritage@gmail.com. Link to Clashaganney:...
  • Gail Cruise on Milltown ParishThis is terrific. My children’s grandparents, great grandparents and previous generations were from Clashaganney-Cruise. Now they have its history.
  • Milltown Heritage on Milltown NewsletterThanks Patrick for sharing this information. Contact was made privately through our heritage group to help with the research.
  • Patrick Donelan on Milltown NewsletterYour father was born on 25th April 1879, parents Mark Corcoran and Mary Walsh, living in Clashaganny, Milltown. You can...
  • john gavin on Drone Footage of the River ClareBrilliant footage, Milltown looking good.
  • john gavin on Stories from the Landscape – Frank GlynnBrilliant, first time I have seen it and to think that the children are adults now would be nice to...
  • MHG on Milltown NewsletterThis link may help you...
  • Therese Corcoran Evans on Milltown NewsletterMy Father, John Joseph Corcoran was born in Milltown, Ireland back in the late 18 hundreds. I am looking for...
  • Larry McTighe on Milltown ParishThis is Awesome, My ancestors the Hopkins and Tighe’s lived in coolraine county. I will be visiting from the U.S...
  • Nuala Kavanagh on This tiny village on the N17 is one of SuperValu TidyTowns’ longest-running contendersMy grandmother and her family lived in a beautiful thatched cottage on the corner of the road to Tuam &...
  • Patrick Donelan on Milltown and the Great WarHi Sandra, Are you the same Sandra Burke that has the "Burke Maher Galway Web Site" on MyHeritage? It has...
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