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by Marsha Hathaway O'Loughlin from Denton, Texas
22. March 2011
Catherine, thanks for posting the pictures.hopefully some of the people will know who I am, although I was from Gilford I do remember some of the folks that I see on you website. it is a very good site. and I love to see all the Brides and all the Babies being Baptised. I am training for the 1/2 now and we ran Hills this morning at 5am. Can't wait to see all of you. Marsha
Thanks Marsha for sending in the photo - you are getting younger looking! Hopefully see you when you 'cross the pond'.
by Colum McGarry from Laurencetown
16. March 2011
Thank you Maire for your kind words, I will pass your message on to the Male Voice Choir. The next time your there, please feel free to call up unto the organ loft and say hello to us in person, you'll be made very welcome. Colum
by Kathy from Gilford
16. March 2011
John Joe Molloy was my grandfather and I'm very proud to say his famous Shamrock Mandolin is being played once more this St. Patrick's day in both The Gilford Inn and the Castle Bar. It will be a fantastic opportunity to hear this wonderful instrument once again!
That's great to hear. Happy Saint Patrick's Day
Male Voice Choir
by Maire Boylan from Armagh
15. March 2011
Hello! I was passing through Laurencetown on Saturday evening and I went to the 6pm Mass. I was overwhelmed by the marvellous Male Voice Choir that was in attendance. They sang my favourite hymn 'Steal Away' that brought tears to my eyes. The Choir and music where wonderful. Could I have more info on them?. I have never heard such beautiful singing and music. Thank you.
Hi Maire. The Male Voice Choir will be delighted with your praise. They sing at the 6.00pm Mass every two weeks and their director is Colum McGarry from the parish, who also directs the joint choir on Sunday morning Mass at 10.00am. They are are very committed group of people and certainly add so much to the liturgy. Colum is a regular contributor to our Guestbook as you will see and I have no doubt he will respond to you himself. Thanks again.
by Paula Jordan from Laurencetown
14. March 2011
Happy Birthday and congratulations on 5 excellent years
by Fr Gerry Powell from Laurencetown
14. March 2011
Happy 5th Anniversary to tullylish.com thank you Catherine
by Jules from Honiara, Solomon Islands
11. March 2011
I would like to covenvey my sincere appreciation to those of you who worked tirelessly to upload stuffs onto this website. I'm really blessed with infos esp. the daily mass readings. May God richly bless us all.
by shay magennis :) from gilford
09. March 2011
hi i like tullylish u12s gaa
by J. Monaghan from St. Colman's Bann
04. March 2011
Catherine, thank you for all your hard work. It's great to see the children from school on the site, and great that everyone can share the fun of school events. The children in school love to see themselves especially, and it always generates a lot of craic among them which helps to build fond memories for the future. "Happy Days"
Thanks John. It was realy enjoyable to see all the effort made by both pupils and staff. Your own contribution was worthy of a slot on the comedy circuit. Well done everyone.
McCartan Family Tree
by Paula Lavery from Derrymacash, County Armagh
02. February 2011
I was looking to see if I could get any information on a William John McCartan born in 1880 in Drumhorc, Gilford, died 1944. He married Sarah Ann Farnon from Caul Hill, Lenaderg on 7/9/1911. He is my great grandfather. The poem Our Tullylish Rose is beautiful. Your site is well designed. Thanks Paula
Thanks Paula I am sure you will have no problem finding info on your great grandfather as there are still many McCartans living in Drumhorc.
by paddy Greene from sydney
18. January 2011
still can't get to the photos in treasury of the past. maybe the trouble is at my end?
Paddy The trouble is as this end! I can't seem to upload them again but I will keep trying.
RIP Michaela McAreavey
by Nora Walsh and Family from London
17. January 2011
John may you find the strenght and faith to carry on in those dark days, your angel Michaela is looking down on you and may she guide you through the rest of your life. Michaela may you rest with the angels in heaven, we will never forget you. Ar dheis de go raibh do anam naofa.
by Nan Thomsen from Denmark
03. January 2011
Hi Catherine Just had to comment on Gemma McGrath´s photos, I think they are fantastic!!! Is it allowed to copy some of them over to a hard drive or maybe print them off to make a picture. Makes one homesick for the area, snow and all
That's no problem Nan. It's great to see young poeple taking the time to send in photos. Enjoy!
Langley family origins
by Kevin Langley from Oxford, England
02. January 2011
I have recently obtained a copy of my grandfather's birth certificate from the general record office in Dublin and discovered that he was born in Tullylish on 7 Jan 1866. His father was called Richard Langley and his mother was Sarah McCusker. I also have a death certificate for a Richard Langley in 1872. He died in Lurgan at the age of 45 - presumably my great grandfather.
We will see what we can do Kevin.
by Nan Thomsen from Denmark
01. January 2011
Wishing you a very Happy New Year,and all the best for 2011
Hello Nan! Hope you are well. Have a great 2011 and please let us know if you are visiting the area any time soon. Take care Catherine
by joan Ross from Banbridge
28. December 2010
I think this is an excellent site, i visit it quite often. It keeps me informed of what is going on in Tullylish. I do like all the photos that are sent in. Keep it up, You are doing a great job.
Thank you Joan and have a happy New Year
by Paddy Greene from Sydney
28. December 2010
Hi We are having trouble viewing the images in Treasury of the Past. Is anyone else?
Hello Paddy I don't know what has happened the photos - they seem to have disappeared. i will try and upload them again and thanks for letting us know. Happy new year
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
by Mary and Frankie Teggart from Brisbane, Australia
24. December 2010
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all at Tullylish Parish. Well done Catherine for giving us this beautiful website as especially at this time of the year when all relatives are across the miles, we look up the Tullylish Website and feel like we are home. The photos are astounding and love the snow.......if it snowed in Brisbane we would die of shock. God Bless everyone, especially family and friends there in Ireland.
Happy Christmas to you both Frankie and Mary. Beleive me, if you want the snow, you can have it!! Take care Catherine
by Lynn Laverty from Hallsmill
14. December 2010
Hi Catherine, Love the pictures of our two gorgeous Godsons, Tom and Jack playing in the snow in Dublin! Looks like they are having great fun!
Yes Lynn, it was a lovely photo. Oh to be young again - and not on crutches!
by Larry from Clinton, Iowa USA
05. December 2010
Great web site. Does any one know if there were any McClimon in the Parish before or now.
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