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  • Fred Pouliot on Discovering the Moycullen Diaspora in AmericaVery well written and interesting. I'd love to see more articles like like it, and hope to be able to...
  • Joseph McGinley on Laurence O’DonnellO'Donnell lived at Fort Lorenzo House Bishop O'Donnell Road is presumably named after him.
  • hazel on Outside the Co-Op c1918The mustached gentleman standing at far right of photo in grey suit with pocket watch is Johnston Morrison, retired RIC...
  • Walter McDonagh on Knockarasser’s Sean Ó Conghaile/John ConneelyMe again John, I cannot find any relationship between the McDonaghs from Knockarasser. As you are probably aware, there are...
  • Walter McDonagh on Knockarasser’s Sean Ó Conghaile/John ConneelyHi John from Oughterard. I don't think there is a link with the McDonagh families from Knockarasser but I am...
  • John Conneely on Knockarasser’s Sean Ó Conghaile/John ConneelyMy name is John Conneely (born 1964) , son of Morgan Patrick Conneely “Paddy” (late) of Main Street Oughterard. I...
  • Mike Kilkelly on Outside the Co-Op c1918Many thanks for that
  • hazel on Outside the Co-Op c1918We believe Charles Randolph Kilkelly is the gentleman 4th from left in the photo, standing with white shirt and black...
  • Mike Kilkelly on Outside the Co-Op c1918Does anyone know if Charles Randolph Kilkelly of Drimcong House is in the picture
  • John O Reilly Gortacholla on Ó’Raghallaigh, Tomás (1883-1966)Hi my grandfather was a brother to Tomas O Raghallaigh from Loughwell his name was Sean ORaghalliagh
  • Lara Slough on Hynes, Tom (1878-1966)Hi. I'm another cousin of yours, it looks like. Tom Hynes is my great-grandmother's brother. My name is Lara Slough....
  • Colm Ó Cualáin on Cairn (Ring Cairn)Fadó, thugadh muintir na háite 'An Doirín' ar an gcoill beag ársa atá ag íochtar an chnoic, agus Tamhain Uachtar...
  • hazel on Rev Patrick FahyThis article was researched and written by a former colleague of ours at Moycullen Historical Society who has sadly since...
  • Martin Wallace on Rev Patrick Fahyto whom it concerns: Rev Thomas Loftus Chaplin 1833 - can you please send me source of reference Thanks It...
  • John Hynes on Hynes, Tom (1878-1966)You do realise that Tom Hynes was married twice and as a result Murt Hynes and Maureen Hynes were born....
  • Thomas MacLochlainn on Cairn (Ring Cairn)Some locals refer to this as An Tamhain Uachtair
  • Walter McDonagh on Miss Nell GreeneMiss Greene taught me in Scoil Leamhchoill. She was a nice lady but a bit over the top on religion....
  • Patricia Higgins on Miss Nell GreeneI loved Miss Greene. She always gave me a hard time about painting my nails. She had a very positive...
  • Noreen Audley on Miss Nell GreeneI loved her, R.I.P. She used to teach us sewing and knitting... she always said "where's your thimble?"
  • Rosemarie O'Neill on Miss Nell GreeneMiss Greene was a legend!! I loved her in Loughwell school and being brought to a play in the Taibhdhearc...
  • Eimear Thornton on Outside the Co-Op c1918Looks like my paternal grandfather Padraig O Droighneain (Patrick Thornton), Clooniff, Moycullen in centre of back row, wearing flat cap?...
  • milltown heritage on The Cathaoirleach’s Community Awards 2016Well done to Moycullen Historical Society. We are all winners and are moving forward in preserving our Irish Heritage. Happy...
  • Allyson Moir on Hynes, Tom (1878-1966)I was attempting to do a bit of research into my father's family who were from Moycullen and Galway -...
  • Hugh C. McKiernan on Mount St. Joseph’sI believe that the house was originally built about 1830 for a Mr Elder who was said to be the...
  • bernadette on The Game of ConkersGreat picture, the enthusiasm on the faces fabulously captured. Will try to remember to link to this page come Autumn...
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