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  • Noreen Roney Conley on My grandmother and a china tea setA lovely story. I read about it in The Irish Echo and checked out Milltown Heritage Group. I loved hearing...
  • milltown heritage on Teach Uí ShioradáinGlad to be of assistance and to hear you are making progress with your family history
  • Gerard Cunningham on Teach Uí ShioradáinI am connected by marriage to the Slattery/Sheridans. Would be interested in making contact with the pub owner to share...
  • milltown heritage on My grandmother’s brush with the infamous Titanic tragedyHi Patrick, thanks for your comment. Emeracly is spelt a number of different ways. The official spelling is Ummeracly. More...
  • Patrick Donelan on My grandmother’s brush with the infamous Titanic tragedyWhere exactly is Emmeracly or Emeracly? I cannot find it on maps anywhere.
  • MHG on St Patrick’s Church, BallyglassDetailed description of building: https://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=MA&regno=31311917
  • milltown heritage on Frank GlynnHi Monica, we've forwarded you an email
  • Monica on Frank GlynnMy Father, the Late Michael Egan of Ballymara, Milltown, worked for Mr. Frank Glynn for a considerable amount of years....
  • Chris Murray on Dr Nora McGarryYes a beautiful woman treated everyone the same.
  • Patrick Donelan on Collection of Group photosThank you
  • milltown heritage on Collection of Group photosHi Patrick, the wedding is of John & Nora Leonard (nee Burke) of Carrowreagh
  • Patrick Donelan on Collection of Group photosThe top photograph dated 1937 is described as a wedding photograph on Flickr. Does anyone know whose wedding it was?...
  • Maura Morrison/Kilcoyne on Dr Nora McGarryYes this was an unbelievable woman/GP/Single parent and super mum making sure all were taken care of. She obviously had...
  • MH on CurraghaunSome info on Cunniffes: https://www.ancestry.com/boards/thread.aspx?mv=flat&m=45&p=surnames.cunniffe
  • Anne Burke on George GarveyGeorge, you were a great teacher and Ina was a lovely lady. Xxx Anne
  • milltown heritage on CurraghaunWe have asked locally but could not get further info from anyone as the both families are now gone. However,...
  • P. on Padraic FlanneryA lovely interview. Well done Padraig. My father remembers a real myna bird in a bird cage which used to...
  • Eileen Rafferty on Todd Greene RemembersThank you for the chance to read Todd Greens's memory. Aware that the piece was compiled in 1995, and that...
  • Pauline Doyle on Fleadh Cheoil TuamWonderful footage Frank. Very well done. Brings back many memories. Brian loves the background music - beautiful Elgar cello piece....
  • Martin Dunne on CurraghaunHi me again does anyone know if the Cunniffes living in Curraghaun and Carrontomush were related? Lewis Keating lived in...
  • milltown heritage on CurraghaunThanks Martin for your message. For more information check out the following link: https://places.galwaylibrary.ie/place/22758 where it states Curraghaun is in...
  • Jo Kelly on My Grandad’s FarmSounds like the farm I grew up on, well said
  • Jo Kelly on Traditional Brown BreadThanks for sharing your story, I am feeling hungry now thinking of your granny Mary’s lovely brown bread
  • Jo Kelly on My Granny’s Serving PlateMy mam had a plate like that also when we were growing up. Love your story
  • Jo Kelly on Potato FarmA Great story, it takes me back to when I was a lot younger Well done Andrew and Adam
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