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page *Guestbook Page 2
Hello 12th Sept 2007
website v good.
any of you know anything about my grandmother's brother Matty Markham, from Markhams at Ennistymon? He was a rebel and was imprisoned
by the British.i'd v much like to know more about him.
bless.Fiona Cullen-Skowronski email@example.com
My grandmother was Peggy Markham, born around the end of the nineteenth century.
you for keeping us up to date on the Power Family activities back home in Clare. It makes Gerry feel like he is back home
with his clan - we really appreciate your website - great job!
and Annette Power, U.S.A 3/7/2007
Erribul & U.S.A
wanted to drop you a line, to say that the website is excellent. I really love reading all the local news and seeing the pictures
of the social nights out.It
makes the distance between here and home alot less when I'm reading all the different stories.Keep up the good work and your
effort is appreciated! Sinead,John
and Aine Brady in Canada. 18/4/2007
Dear Paul, As I gazed in wonderment at your valuable
research . and read with distress at the treatment metered out to thousands of innocent people a sense of Injustice consumed
me and I was inspired to find out more out my husbands ancestors. Being just a beginner I wondered if you would be kind enough
to post a message regarding Andrew Micheal Markham born Kirlrush< about l810. We are looking for his ancestors and
his descendants. We know that two of his children Patrick born l829 married Maria Hagney in 1856 in Australia.
And Martin Micheal (the line I am interested in) married first to Bridget in l856 and then Elizabeth Anne in1866. Martin
came to Australia in l851 on the Emperor” Patrick came to Australia 6 months later on “ St. Vincent”Accompanying
them were Bridget and Mary and we think they may be the sisters. There is no record of Andrews wife but her name may
be Bridget. Any information at all would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and good luck to all your family. Your
ancestors you have recorded would be proud of you – a true Irish son. Carolyn Markham firstname.lastname@example.org
be interested in hearing from anybody who is related to the Halloran family from Moyfadda. In 1901 the family consisted of
Bridget the mother and three children Michael, Bridget and Mary. This is for genealogical purposes.
Greetings from Murroe, Co. Limerick (Home of the Glenstal Abbey Monks.). Just got Broadband into our house here and Collette and
Noel have told me so much about your site, I decided tonight to check it out for myself. I note that my uncle Br. Pat Madigan
(now in Africa and hopefully coming home for good towards end of 2007 and also my good brother Derek) have already signed
your guest book.. Paul well done on your work with this site and all the best for the future..
Pat Madigan Jnr. (Murroe,
Co. Limerick) 2nd February 2007.
Dear Mr. Markham,
Thank you for all your dedication and efforts on your website. You'll
never know how much it means to people who have left the area, recently and generations ago. I
fall into the latter category. My great-grandmother was Margaret Foley of Erribul, whose parents were Henry and Susan/Joanna
Cuggeran (she of Cloonsnaughta). Margaret emigrated in 1882, yet I have located only one Foley descended from the
same line still living in Clare, Tim Foley of Clonola, Kildysart. The O'Neills, Sean and Maeve, of Erribul are connected to
the same Foleys, and I've met them and Mrs. O'Neill. I wonder if any other Foleys in and about the area might
be descended from a connected family? Henry had a brother Patrick who married another Cuggeran sister (the Clonola
Foleys are his line), and likely another brother Denis who married Ellen Kinnane, who had two sons at least, George and
Martin. I noticed the photo of Maeve and Catherine Foley recently on your Breaking News page, which brought this question
to my mind...
HI UNCLE PAUL :D! very nice site. hope everythings going well over there! - have fun!
Sinead Markham. Brisbane, Australia.20/11/2006
Upon doing a internet search of my grandfather, Michael Falahee, I came across your article. I must commend you on both
the breadth of your piece and the overall effort made to reveal information that not only I but several members of my
family found intriguing. You stated that the gun used by my grandfather during the War of Independence was recovered.
Do you have any idea of its whereabouts today. Also, would you happen to know where I could find a recorded copy of
the song "The Battle of Tullycrine?" Any information you could give me would be immensely appreciated. Thank you
for your time.
Falahee 8th Nov 2006 U.S.A
Dear Mr Markham,
been on your website which I think is brilliant.
I am looking for information regarding my great grandparents Patrick &
nee Chambers who married in 1876 in the Chapel of Cooraclare. They had six children, one of whom was my grandmother.
I am looking for a Patrick Neylon who worked in Scotland as a
Steelworker the early 1900's.
I am struggling with Patrick Hanrahan's parents. No mother's name only fathers's - Connor. I cannot go back further
without this information.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Anne Darroch 3/10/2006
I loved all the wonderful stories and information on the website.
Congratulations on a facinating look back at history.
I wondered if anybody could give me any information about the place name
I think it might have been on the Vandeleur Estate.
Maeve Pritchard - email@example.com July 4th 2006
Dear Mr. Markham, 22 July 2006
I stumbled across this website during a search for my County Clare
Markham ancestors. Wonderful
site and fantastic photos!
I also read your family history page but, unfortunately,
it did not go
back far enough for me to ascertain whether or not my Markham's are also
yours. Perhaps you may be able to help?
My search begins with James
Markham, born 1808 and died 15 Jan. 1907. He was married to Catherine O'Loughlin, born 1844 and died 14 Jan 1925 They
lived in Ennistymon, Co. Clare. Their house, eventually taken over and rebuilt by their son, Patrick, still stands in
Their children were:
John - born
James - born January 1861
Michael - born July
Margaret - born April 1866
Susan - born August 1867
Patrick - born June 1870
Mary Anne - born February
Catherine - born July 1875
Catherine Frances - born
05 August 1886 (This was my grandmother)
If you have any information to share with me, I would greatly
Kathleen - USA
Have you ever wondered what it is like visiting Ireland,
either for the first time, or
returning to the homeland when possible?
Hope you enjoy the following, It's probably
too long to print.
We fell in love with Ireland.
The morning sun was
rising. The earth was dark and cold.
Across the broad horizon the wonders soon unfold.
Dublin on the Liffey rising towards the sky.
We fell in love with Ireland, as the morning
sun went by.
The winding roads through Wicklow
can take you anywhere,
Killarney lakes so pretty, or the the Curragh in Kildare.
Cruising down the Shannon, Oh! Limerick what a view.
Tonight we sleep in Beds Of Silk, Lab'sheeda
we love you.
Oh, Emerald Isle of beauty, the rarest
I have seen.
On the roads 'round Derryguiha, I strolled with my colleen.
Dan Furey Fest was crowded, We danced the Cashel set.
We came to visit Ireland, just cannot
leave it yet.
There are football games in Kerry,
hurling games in Clare.
Galway, Mayo, Sligo, there's music everywhere.
There's soccer up in Donegal, there's fishing in Loughrea.
If you take your cares to Ireland,
they'll just wash'em out to sea.
so famous, your crystal is so clear.
In County Cork, the Blarney Stone, we kissed it without
Tonight we dine at Templebar, and have a pint or two.
It's time to visit Ireland if you're feeling kind of blue
The golden sun is setting, the daily chores are done.
I hear the sounds of music, the night
has just begun.
We still remember Dublin, rising towards the sky.
We fell in love with Ireland, and it's hard to say goodbye.
We fell in love with Ireland and It's hard to say goodbye.
by H.Keane (Labasheeda) 14 July 2006
My mother, NORA McINERNEY went to Coolmeen School. She was born in 1920 and
is still alive, living in Liverpool.
Are their any records of her at school?
Her parents were Michael and Susan (nee KELLY). If anyone has any
information on them,
I'd be grateful.
RegardsTONY DUNN 28th April 2006
(My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org)
I have just seen your site and would like to say how much I enjoyed it.
I mixture of past and current events , almost like living history.
I am a Clancy with roots in Kilrush so I was particularly interested in
your item on Peadar Clancy, I do not know if he was a relation.
I live in France and am married to a French lady, however we are both very interested
in the Irish side of the family. My great grand father was
James Clancy carpenter,
who lived in Kilrush in the middle of the
nineteenth century. My grand father was also
a James Clancy, born in 1875 he was also a carpenter and the undertaker in Kilrush, his first son (my uncle) was
also a James clancy, the town clerk. My father was Patrick James Clancy, a carpenter, he left for England in the
I am sorry that my direct links with Ireland broke with the death of my
father in 1981, I am glad to see that your family is big and strong and continuing to grow best
regards Malcolm Patrick Clancy 30th April 2006
I am trying to find a website in Labasheeda if possible. My ancestors
(and a few living relatives are from there - I am doing a
family tree and am interested in Bermingham Murphy and
Peter Connell's families, I was
in Ireland in 1967 and visited a cemetary that had their grave stones but was hoping to find census information if possible. My
grandmother and her three sisters came to the US in the late 1800's and their cousin Katie Murphy Hospal also around
that time period.
Do you know of anyone I can contact?
Thank you,Peggy Liddy 23rd April 2006
Please extend our very best to your mother and father on their diamond
jubilee it is wonderful to see them hail and hearty and we wish them many more happy healthy years together. Your web
site is brilliant i think my mother is in that photo you have on coomeen school (Teresa Clancy)
THE CURTIN FAMILY MILTOWN MALBAY march 2006.
Happy St. Patrick’s
day to all in Kilmurry Mc Mahon and especially in
Carniskey!! Your site is an excellent
information source when you are living away from home…Well
Thank you for the wonderful web
site. Keep up the good work we will check in every Monday for the latest !!
Conway Sheila O'Connell and Siobhan Farrell.
Happy New Year. Jan 2006
Dear Mr. Markham,
truly love your site, and all the information it provides. My wife
is Mary Sullivan, nee
Crehan , of Kilkerrin, Labasheeda, County Clare. Your site provides current information, and we
first learned of her
nephew, Steven Crehan's engagement on your site. Hope you can keep
up the good work. Can we help support your efforts? Please advise.
Dan and Mary Sullivan,
I found your web site and saw a family research question and I was hoping you could post mine I am doing some family research
on the Malone family from Shanneka More and I am hoping something might ring a bell to your readers. I took an add out in
the Clare Champion several years ago and received back two responses. One was from a Michael McMahon of Cork who told me
his mother Ann Malone was part of the family I was looking for. Michael's brother
died a few years ago in Cahercon, I visited the area that summer, but he was already gone. Another woman responded but
unfortunetly I lost her name and number. Here is the information, my great grandmother Mary Malone was born in 1854 to Patrick
Malone and Susan Houlihan. She was baptised in St. Michaels in Kilyderst. She came to America with her brother's
Michael, Patrick and Thomas. Her brother John stayed in Clare and married Sarah Hehir, Sarah's father was named
Martin. At least five of their children came to New Jersey. I know a son Michael stayed in Ireland. The other children
Mary, Patrick and Susan, I don't know what happened to them. My great grandmother's father Patrick had a brother
named Thomas. This Thomas had a son also named John who married a Mary Grady in 1877 in Kilmurry-McMahon.
Her father was named Patrick. This couple had about ten children, three of which came to New Jersey the remaining one's
were name Patrick, Michael, Alice, Susan and Ann.
When I was in Clare
I was told the two Michaels were called Sarge Malone and Tailor Malone. Also one of them was a foster father to John
Haugh the famous wood carver. I would be greatful if this sounds familar to anyone and they would
111 Elm St.
07016 24th Sept 2005.
Hi Paul, hope all and everybody is well. Please tell Jack and Mary and
everyone I was asking for them. Haven’t been down for a few years –
and Finn are always too busy hurling to go anywhere else! Your website is brilliant, great to find out what everyone
is up to, keep up
the good work. Can I ask a favour? I’ve been trying to get my
hands on the 2005 edition of ‘The Other Clare’ because it has an article on excavations related to
my research (Irish Iron Age burials): ‘Archaeology on the route of the Ennis Bypass’ [this might have been written
by Graham Hull]. UCD library don’t have a copy yet, would you happen to have one that you might photocopy those
pages for me from? No worries if you don’t, i’m sure one will turn up eventually.
I have a few sites in and around Clare I must visit sometime during the
next year, maybe
we could have a pint? All the best, Tiernan.
Department of Archaeology
University College Dublin
24th Sept 2005.
-- G'day Paul,
Greetings from Australia! My name is Niamh McDonagh. My mum comes from
near the village of Knock. My great grandfather, James King, owned
Oaklands. I would like
to know if you have any history on THE BENNETTS who
were the former owners? Mum loves reading
about the local news and gossip!
Thanks for a job well done, 10/8/05
'Took some time out this morning to look at your website...it's a credit
you & a tribute to the Markham family the great work you are doing. It is a wonderful resource for West Clare
people now residing far from home who like to keep in touch with local happenings.
I was in South Africa in April 2005 & saw a number of men's clothing
outlets bearing the name 'Markham', any connection to the Derryguiha
I hear you have yet another local history book published...
Keep up the good work
Templemore, Co. Tipperary 29/7/2005
Congratulations! I just
received your book from Mary (Val) McMahon,
Clondrina. It's a lovely book so well turned
out even to a beautiful back cover picture I haven't been able to contact you since our meeting.
It's really great to have local history coming into its own in this way,
neglected so long
for what ever reasons.
Mick Larkin, Mullinahone, Co. Tipp. June 05.
Just finished your book on the life and
times of T.J. Ryan. I really
enjoyed it. The local place and family names made each
page come to life,rolling back the years as a little piece of history was recorded for future generations.
In this era of materialism we in Coolmeen are lucky to have some one who still finds the time to research and record the history
of our area. Looking forward to your next book!!!!!!!!! Desmond Murphy.
Very interesting website.
Will pass on to some people here in Chicago from Cranny.
Eileen (Coffey)McLaughlin, Chicago Illinois. May 2005.
Hello, I am related to the McGraths of Cranny. My Mothers name is Mary
(maiden name Mcgrath). My Uncle Sean Stil lives on the house she was born in .It is up the hill Near the church. In
fact as I am writing this, My other uncle is there visiting. His name is Michael Mcgrath. I love your
site. Thanks for your work on it. My name is Ellen named after my
Ellen Lala 11/5/2005
i want to thank you for your interesting site. i have my father
mcgrath and his friend john hanrahan both from kilmurry mcmahon on one of
the first tape players about 1970 singing " the hills of tullycrine". i have been trying to verify the words and the
actual battle for quite some time . my dad would be 100 years old, if alive. i contacted another elderly clare man,
hartigan here in buffalo new york and he knew the people in the song but not
the actual song so you have provided the complete story. my daughter found your site and the song and we both thank
regards mary mcgrath klier 11th May 2005.
Hi Paul, what a great web-site really interesting, keep up the great work. Kind regards, Jean Brann. 10/5/2005
Well done on the website, very immpressive work. Didnt know
about it until I came across it on a google search. Really enjoyed reading the whole thing and seeing the pictures.
Ill definetly keep an eye on it.
M McMahon -South Korea
I looked in on your website the other night and I burned the proverbial
midnight oil going through it - very well done and congratulations on a very comprehsive and interesting site. You have
spent a great deal of time & effort on it and I conclude that every parish/area should have at least one of
Kindest regards & best wishes
John McGarry (Dublin)
I have been to Labasheeda a couple of times and have fallen in love with
the place. I have found a cottage
on the outskirts of the town that used to be
a shop and a dance! many years ago. I would to find out who owns it as I
think it deserves to be loved. I know there most be a cottage out there for
me within a reasonable prise range. I also noticed that there was no shop in
Labasheeda, is this the case. I would be grateful if you could help me in
this quest. I
am currently living in Shannon.
I very much enjoyed reading your February edition of Markham's. I am a
grand nephew to Berth and first cousin to David O'Halloran. I am enjoying your site, it is a credit to you and your
Buchanan,New York (West.Co.)1/3/2005
Hi Paul, website very informative, when is the T.V. station being launched? How's Jessie? ...Brian
Mary Kelly (nee Reidy) sister of Cyril, John, Win, and Phil. Sends her regards and best wishes. Love
Paul, thank you for all the up to date info. How is Jessie and Minnie?. Love the website. Regards, Phil, Pat
& David - Lucan, Co. Dublin.
I hope you had a happy and safe xmas
and new year.
Someone in the family has said that our original Mathew Cunningham married a Mary
McMahon of Kilmurry-Mcmahon. I am coming up against brick walls with the Cunningham side, so i thought i'd try and investigate
the mcmahons.Apparently Marys mother gave a considerable amount of money for her grandsonThomas to leave ireland for
America but instead he came to Australia.. I know i have asked a lot of questions of you but Is there a mcmahon family
still living in Kilmurry-Mcmahon that has been there forever? Can you please put me in contact with them so i can
investigate this. Thank you
Jo Barker (Australia)
Your website is fantastic! It shows so much research and provides a glimpse of what our forebears were involved
in and makes us so much more appreciative of them.........Bob Reiser, Georgia (USA)....17/1/2005
Paul, Congratulations! that's an excellent website you have created. Hope you are staying well, keep up the good
work.........Nick Downes, (USA)......18/1/2005
Great website, enjoy the local news, best wishes..........Dolly & Sean Brogan, London. 8th January
Hi Paul, Congratulations on an excellent website which keeps people at home and away up to date
on all the news. Can I suggest that all regular visitors to your site send a contribution to you at Derryguiha, Kilmurry McMahon
towards cost in maintaining website. I would suggest each person contribute the value of one hour of their own income……….Best
Wishes, Pat Shannon, Cranny…..January 5th 2005Dear Paul, I am
in the process of locating my Grandfathers family. He was born in Shessive November 18, 1882. He came to the US in 1904. His
father was Pat Collins a tailor by trade and his mother was Hanora Collins. I have seen in your notes that there are still
Collins family living in Shessive. Could you tell me how I could contact them? I am planning a trip to Ireland this year to
locate and hopefully the graves of my great grandparents. Your assistance is greatly appreciated………Dave
Buckland, PO Box 467, Star, North Carolina 27356, USA………6th January 2005.
Dear Paul, we treasure the memories of a wonderful evening ride in a horse and trap in the middle
of the mist with you and Eamon. Also, you and your parents honoured the famous hospitality by offering us a delicious evening
meal. It was a magic moment and, to us, like going back to the old Irish ways in a farm with churns, turf and genuine human
warm. Now, in this time of Christmas, when you recall your kins and friends we want to send you a message of peace and cheer.
Please kiss your parents as if we were there. We wish you and your parents a truly happy Christmas and a New Year plenty of
peace, love, health and sponsors for your website……….From Paco, Amparo, Gracia and Nuria (in Spain) 24th
Hi Paul, Jack and Mary and family….special blessings on you this Christmas and always from
sunny Africa….all goes well here…quiet involved with the poor and I helped to feed 2000 prisoners a special Christmas
dinner last Saturday and Sunday…hope you all keep well….will again help with the lighting of Christmas candles
in your house on 24th Dec 05! If we all are alive…say Hi to Eily for me and all my beloved friends in Derryguihy,
and Kilmurry and Coolmeen…prayers and good wishes to you all for happy New Year….Patrick Madigan (Br.) ……22
December 2004Paul, Many thanks
for the fantastic service you have provided over the year. Looking forward to following the development of your site in 2005. Best Wishes, Des Murphy (Coolmee)…23rd December 2004.
Dear Paul, visits your website weekly, keep up the good work. Great for home news; for people living overseas........Gerry
& Mary McNamara, Moyfadda, Labasheeda, 17/11/2004
Hi Paul I think you are doing great work, keep it up, and the pictures of the yacht trip are class!!.........Deirdre
Conway, 16 Nov. 2004
Please send me your address so I can send you a donation to continue your great work.....Sue Reidy, New York,
Congratulations on the website, you've done an excellent job on the Hickmans.....Shay Courtney, Dublin, 8/11/2004
Well Mr. Markham, ...I am very impressed and I will be keeping a close on it so that I can keep in touch with
all the gossip/news. Can I be your reporter from the Dublin side???.......Ann Maria McMahon, 30/8/2004
Just visited your website for the first time, it is very impressive, keep up the good work......Pat Lorigan,
Just a little note to let you know that there is not a day I don’t think about finding my
Hassett family through your site on the internet. I tell everyone the story about contacting you and you leading me to my
family that I have researched for many years….Thank you again for your help……JoAnne Maass, U.S.A., 29/9/2004
Well done on this site it looks very impressive, just here in New Zealand at the moment on a skiing
holiday and I stumbled across your site very informative and detailed will definitely have to keep an eye on it. ….Fergal
I love your site which is full of wonderful information ….Claire Quinlivan, London, 26/7/2004
A fantastic website….Brigid Barton, (Australia) 22/6/2004
Excellent work Paul, love the pictures…Deirdre Conway, 21/6/2004
Hi Paul, you have a wonderful site……Kay McNamara, 29/6/2004
It was marvelous to take a trip down “Memory Lane” with this insightful website! Thanks
for such a wonderful service. Mr. Markham, it is very much appreciated by all. I will recommend it to all of my family and
friends. Thanks again, ……Patrick and Edwina Burke. 17/6/2004
Love the website Paul keep the good work up!…..Fiona Griffin 17/6/2004
Hello Paul! Firstly thank you very much for the kind mention and best wishes from both myself and
Emma and also Fionnualla. Secondly I would like to say keep up the good work, this is a great way for me to keep up with events
back home. Rest assured I shall let you know of our where abouts during our intercontinental voyage…..Michael Cleary,
Congratulations PAUL I am looking forward to viewing your site. Don’t be surprised if have
some questions…..John Deely, 1/6/2004
Great site, keeps us all up to date on everything locally – keep up the good work!!….Louise,
We love looking at your news…… love Adair & Denis, New Zealand, 22/5/2004
Happy 1st birthday! ….Junior, 17/5/2004
Hello Paul, love your site…John ,McNamara….U.S.A., 2/5/2004
Great pics of the Un 16’s game….Joe Corry and Diarmuid Cahill, 29/4/2004
After having a good gawk at ur website I think its awesome!, cracking good stuff mate!, …….Peadar
J. Marshall, 28/4/2004
Very interesting Paul, keep up the good work……. Derek Madigan, 28/4/2004
Thanks for all the local news, Paul. Great pictures. The Un 12’s look great. Up Coolmeen.
Sincerely, Martin and Maura McMahon + family, U.S.A., 25/4/2004
This site is a fine tribute to a great part of Clare. I’ll be a frequent visitor from now
on, ……Hilary Brooks, 21/4/2004
Jennifer Hogan, 30/3/2004
We very much enjoy your site. We have purchased my grandfather’ home at Ballyartney, Labasheeda
and are very interested in the history of the area. Could you tell us how to obtain copies of your books. We are sure they
would be most informative and interesting. Thank you……. John and Nanette McMahon, U.S.A., 7/2/2004
Paul, thanks for keeping us up-to-date in what’s happening…… Betty O’Halloran
Fair play Paul, interesting website! …Mary Eustace, 15/3/2004
Finally visited your web site, Paul. It’s excellent – very informative. It must be
great for the local people abroad to get all the news from home. Congratulations. ….Lila Downes, 29/2/2004
Uncle Paul, hope all is well back home, regards to all for me, all is well downunder!…..Trevor
Hi Paul, Great site – great to see pictures/news from home – take care……Bruce
Paul, nice to meet you at the hunt in Labasheeda. My hunt report will be published in about 2 weeks
time. As a journalist I depend on records to do my research for my writings, so I would like to compliment you on your excellent
web site, it is a significant service to your community and all those interested in the rich history of such communities……..Noel
Mullins – The Irish Field, 24/1/2004
I am so excited about this, I’ll get the news, the pictures and God knows what, this is great……..Betty
O’Halloran (U.S.A.) 15/1/2004
Enjoyed this website, a lot of information in same, interesting……….Lucy Finn,
Excellent site…especially like reading the ‘breaking news’ section. Keep it up!…..Anne-Marie
Sir Ken Markham, 1/1/2004
Interesting, informative and historical. It is a great tribute to your painstaking research over
a long period. Keep up the good work…..Simon O’Donnell, 22/12/2003
Wonderful website. It’s so nice to see current local news and pictures when you are 3,000
miles from home…..Martin and Maura McMahon, 14/12/2003
Great website Paul, very attractive……Marguerite O’Brien, 8/12/2003
Halo! Here in Erasmus in Spain, very impressed with the site……..Sharon Connellan, 8/12/2003
Thanks for the pictures in Mitchells at nanas party….Sean McMahon, 6/12/2003
Congratulations on a great website, keep up the good work……Susan Neylon, 30/11/2003
Great site with good information, loved the pictures of Art O’Donnell and the letters from
Con Colbert. Good job…….Dr Joseph M O’Donnell DDS, 12/11/2003
I got the web site from Simon O’Donnell, Art’son……Daniel Nealon, 10/11/2003
A complete success……Deirdre Carey, 4/11/2003
Well done, I’m really impressed with the site……..Olivia Markham, 1/11/2003
We were highly impressed with the history and photographs you have produced. You are a credit to
your family and your Parish. Paul keep up the good work!…..Maura and Michael Frawley, 21/10/2003
Very, very good….Nora Malone, 21/10/2003
Good work well done……Adrian Casey, 21/10/2003
Greetings Paul: Well done and excellent site with lots of up-to-date info. Will put a link to your
website on www.westclare.com…….Charles W. Glynn / Kilrush Chamber of Commerce, 20/10/2003
Very interesting to read about our Grandmother’s family (Florence McNamara)…..the site
is very well put together and it is good that it is updated regularly.
Well done. Keep it up!!!!!!……Irene Brooks, 12/10/2003
Fair play Paul, very impressive…….Brendan Corry, 9/10/2003
Great web-site Paul, Well done!….Fionnualla Cleary, 28/9/2003
Good stuff Sir Paul!!…..Noel McMahon, 28/9/2003
Hello…….Eamon Power, 28/9/2004
Very impressed, being from Tipperary, it’s funny reading things about people in Clare that
I actually know! I’ll definitely have another look cos I have to keep up with the goss in Coolmeen/Cranny. Great idea
for people who are away from home, short or long term, keeps them in touch with what’s going on. Like the layout too,
easy to access…….Collette Horan, 2/9/2003
I am trying to find my Irish relatives and I started with this website…I am sure that we
are related and I am interested in learning more about the Markhams…….Joanne Jewett (Mother’s maiden name
Markham) e-mail email@example.com 31/8/2003
Good website Paul, very interesting………Caroline Cleary29/8/2003
Good job……Gerard Power, 13/8/2003
My family is from Derryguiha, it’s informative reading the information Paul has presented
on the site. A great find……Tommy McNamara, 11/8/2003
Good one Paul……Alisha, 11/8/2003
Nice one Paul, I will keep an eye on the site……Michael Cleary, 6/8/2003
Tracing roots, my grandmother, Susan Hennessy was born in Labasheeda approx 1889 and came to live
in America when she was 14 years of age, her father Terence was a tailor…..looking for relatives…..John E Brincko,
Hi Paul, found your website-its very good/interesting. Talk to you soon,….. Sheila McMahon,
Good site Paul. …….Noel Kennedy, 22/6/2003
Good……Cheryl and Donal Markham, Brisbane, 16/6/2003
I acknowledge the work that Paul has done to put this website in place, it is a great achievement.
Keep up the good work……Neil Markham, Limerick, 16/6/2003
Very well written and presented. Excellent…….Darragh Kelly, 9/6/2003
Well designed Paul, keep up the good work…..Angela Meaney (nee Bolton), 29/5/2003
Well done, a lot of information on site and no doubt a lot more to be added over the years ahead……..Sean
An excellent start to a new website, very informative and interesting. Well done Paul, keep up
the good work………Emma Hanrahan, 23/5/2003Very nice colours, very nice content…..Joan Markham, 15/5/2003