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5 entries.
Steve Pick. Steve Pick. from Runcorn wrote on 20/08/2020 at 2:01 pm:
Good day, every one. I've just found this site and was wondering would anyone remember my parents, Betty and Tom Pick. They used to live on Green Meadows. Thank you in advance.
Beth Elzemeyer Beth Elzemeyer from Memphis, Tennessee, USA wrote on 12/09/2019 at 10:02 pm:
I am searching for my Great Great Grandfather's gravesite. There seems to be so much information on the site! Since I am not familiar with all the parishes etc. I got lost pretty quickly. I am actually coming to Gorey the end of this month, September, and would love to be able to photograph some of my relatives grave sites. It looks like most of them were baptized/married in Kilanerin 1800 - 1824 particularly. I would love to have someone contact me who might be able to take me around for a couple of hours to see what we can find. Anyone at this organization? Or do you know who to contact for this service? Thanks!
Andrew Graham Andrew Graham from Dublin wrote on 04/01/2019 at 12:57 pm:
I don't use Facebook. Have can I keep in touch with your activities. I am interested in joining your society. I posted a entry last month, but have had no feedback.
Andrew,Graham Andrew,Graham from Dublin wrote on 11/12/2018 at 11:21 pm:
My family lived on Croghan for generations u till my Grandfather, George, moved to Dublin in 1880. His father James {d.1911) is buried is Ballyfad with my Great Grandparents, George,and Bridget (Darcy). My research on the origins of the Grahams suggest that the founding father was a border Scot transplanted to Roscommon in 1606. When this plantation failed he was employed by Sir George Graham on the confiscated lands granted to him in Cosha country in South Wicklow. My Y-DNA appears to confirm this as it is that unique to the border Graham Scots. I have researched the history of the area over many years. Congratulations on your Society.,Andrew Graham
Shaun Formel Shaun Formel from searcy wrote on 30/12/2015 at 7:15 pm:
I have been searching my name for many years with little results. Because the names Formaol and Fermoyle are both phonetically practically the same as mine, I'm beginning to think that possibly my family may have left the area in the early 1700's and relocated to Cuba and possibly earlier thru Europe then to Cuba and eventually on to New York in the 1800's. The french were heavy in Cuba at that time and Pierre Formel is the first record thin the early 1700. I"m interested in finding more information about the Old name for Limbrick Hill, Fermoyle and Formaol. Thank-You. Shaun Formel


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