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10 entries.
Bob Millar Bob Millar from Edinburgh wrote on June 9, 2018 at 9:24 pm:
Hi, Picture of Bill (William) Carroll: he was my Grandfathers brother (Jack) who moved to Scotland. Still keep in touch with cousins in Borrisoleigh (Mary & children) great to see this, thanks. All the best to everyone in Borrisoleigh.
Hi, Picture of Bill (William) Carroll: he was my Grandfathers brother (Jack) who moved to Scotland. Still keep in touch with cousins in Borrisoleigh (Mary & children) great to see this, thanks. All the best to everyone in Borrisoleigh.
Donna Moran Donna Moran from EPSOM wrote on May 7, 2018 at 9:38 am:
I have so many fond memories of wonderful holidays in Borrisoleigh and the great characters I met. My grandmother was Ellen Quinn (nee Devaney) and I am the niece of Jim Quinn. My Mum Janie Quinn was born in Chapel Street in 1923 the oldest of 9 children. My uncle Mick is the only one left now sadly. They are all much missed. I am on holiday in Borris in June and I can't wait to return it has been too long since I was last over.
I have so many fond memories of wonderful holidays in Borrisoleigh and the great characters I met. My grandmother was Ellen Quinn (nee Devaney) and I am the niece of Jim Quinn. My Mum Janie Quinn was born in Chapel Street in 1923 the oldest of 9 children. My uncle Mick is the only one left now sadly. They are all much missed. I am on holiday in Borris in June and I can't wait to return it has been too long since I was last over.
Margaret Wheatling Margaret Wheatling from Calgary wrote on December 19, 2017 at 8:00 pm:
From our house to yours 🎄Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to friends and family. Fred & Margaret Wheatling
From our house to yours 🎄Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to friends and family.
Fred & Margaret Wheatling
packy donnelly packy donnelly from london wrote on October 7, 2017 at 6:54 pm:
good luck to borrisoleigh on sunday
good luck to borrisoleigh on sunday
Elizabeth McDonald Elizabeth McDonald from Canberra Australia wrote on July 17, 2017 at 3:41 am:
My GG grandfather John Ryan and a number of his siblings came from Mountkinane to Victoria Australia in 1850s and 60s. His parents, Martin Ryan from Mountkinane and Mary Ryan from Fantane married in 1821. Martin Ryan died in the 1860s and his wife migrated with the youngest daughter Johanna who was married to a Hogan. Mary Ryan is buried in Dookie Cemetery, Victoria, with a number of her children. I suspect Martin's brother, John Ryan is buried in Glenkeen cemetery. Can anyone enlighten me further? Thanks, Elizabeth eamcdonald@ozemail.com.au
My GG grandfather John Ryan and a number of his siblings came from Mountkinane to Victoria Australia in 1850s and 60s. His parents, Martin Ryan from Mountkinane and Mary Ryan from Fantane married in 1821. Martin Ryan died in the 1860s and his wife migrated with the youngest daughter Johanna who was married to a Hogan. Mary Ryan is buried in Dookie Cemetery, Victoria, with a number of her children. I suspect Martin's brother, John Ryan is buried in Glenkeen cemetery. Can anyone enlighten me further? Thanks, Elizabeth
eamcdonald@ozemail.com.au
K. Gail Phillips K. Gail Phillips from Harper Woods, MI, USA wrote on May 13, 2017 at 10:35 pm:
I am looking for a photo of my 1st cousin 3x rmoves. Michael Kelly, SJ (1863 Borrisoleigh -1946 Spring Hill College, AL, USA). The only one I had was on my hard drive when it crashed. Please contact me on gail.phillips456@yahoo.com or on Ancestry.com Gail Browne Family Tree. Thanks
I am looking for a photo of my 1st cousin 3x rmoves. Michael Kelly, SJ (1863 Borrisoleigh -1946 Spring Hill College, AL, USA).
The only one I had was on my hard drive when it crashed. Please contact me on gail.phillips456@yahoo.com or on Ancestry.com Gail Browne Family Tree. Thanks
Margaret Wheatling Margaret Wheatling from Calgary, Alberta, Canada wrote on January 25, 2017 at 9:02 pm:
Wishing Happy New Year to our friends in Borrisoleigh and hoping 2017 will be a very good year.
Wishing Happy New Year to our friends in Borrisoleigh and hoping 2017 will be a very good year.
Michael O'Brien Michael O'Brien from Cape Town. wrote on January 11, 2017 at 1:25 pm:
Anyone from around North Tipp area planning to visit Cape Town in the future will be very welcome here in Newlands with ourselves from Currabaha, Templederry. The kittle will be on the hob!!
Anyone from around North Tipp area planning to visit Cape Town in the future will be very welcome here in Newlands with ourselves from Currabaha, Templederry. The kittle will be on the hob!!
matthew costello matthew costello from ROCHESTER wrote on December 12, 2016 at 10:43 pm:
my great grandmother Sarah Ryan of Coolderry, married James Joseph Costello, her parents were Dennis Ryan and Ann Carr, her brother was the only one who stayed in Ireland, John Ryan 1860-1949, are there any descendants of his still around, i'm interested in both the Ryan, and Carr families history, I'm pretty solid on the Costello side, but my great great grandmother was Johanna Maher, 1836-1906 and i know nothing about her at all, any help would be greatly appreciated...matthewcostello295@gmail.com
my great grandmother Sarah Ryan of Coolderry, married James Joseph Costello, her parents were Dennis Ryan and Ann Carr, her brother was the only one who stayed in Ireland, John Ryan 1860-1949, are there any descendants of his still around, i'm interested in both the Ryan, and Carr families history, I'm pretty solid on the Costello side, but my great great grandmother was Johanna Maher, 1836-1906 and i know nothing about her at all, any help would be greatly appreciated...matthewcostello295@gmail.com
JOAN JONES JOAN JONES from WIRRAL wrote on October 9, 2016 at 11:13 am:
Joan Jones from Merseyside, England wrote on October 3, 2016 at 3:02 pm: I am currently doing my family ancestry. I know that my father's cousin was Nora Stapleton of Pallas Street and who I met once in the 1980s and corresponded with until she died. She was working at the convent at the time. She never met my father but she wrote to him when he was younger. I am trying to trace my grandfather who was Patrick Ryan and whose father was Michael Ryan. However, I do not have his date of birth or where he was actually from so can't continue my search. I also know the name Mary Dagg as a relation. My grandfather Patrick Ryan married Mary Ellen Riley in Liverpool in 1944. I would love to hear from anyone with any information joan.jones22@outlook.com
Joan Jones from Merseyside, England wrote on October 3, 2016 at 3:02 pm:
I am currently doing my family ancestry. I know that my father's cousin was Nora Stapleton of Pallas Street and who I met once in the 1980s and corresponded with until she died. She was working at the convent at the time. She never met my father but she wrote to him when he was younger. I am trying to trace my grandfather who was Patrick Ryan and whose father was Michael Ryan. However, I do not have his date of birth or where he was actually from so can't continue my search. I also know the name Mary Dagg as a relation. My grandfather Patrick Ryan married Mary Ellen Riley in Liverpool in 1944. I would love to hear from anyone with any information joan.jones22@outlook.com