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good website by shay magennis :) from gilford
09. March 2011
hi i like tullylish u12s gaa
Thanks Shay
School Photos 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.
photos 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.
Snow 2010 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.
hi 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
Mrs 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
images 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
Snow Pics 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!
lnn 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.
Well done by Fr G Powell from Laurencetown
03. December 2010
Well done Catherine on reaching over 400,000. Heading now for Half a million!
No bother to us at tullylish.com!
Info for Terry Rice by Len Rice from leyland
19. November 2010
Catherine, as the last Rice born in laurencetown I may be able to give that chap Terry Rice some info on his family search, but i need his Email address. Hope you are keeping well on that side of the water Len
Thanks Len. i have sent you his e-mail address
Well done by Nan Thomsen from Denmark
10. November 2010
Congratulations on the great work in the TLC,fantasic sum of money to raise and for a really good cause. You should come over here and learn the danes how to do it.
Thanks Nan - good to hear from you again. When are you visiting us again?
Male Voice Choir by Colum McGarry from Tullylish
23. October 2010
Yes Catherine, I am very proud of the Male Voice Choir, a great bunch of talented men that are full of enthusiasm and the craic is 90 at the rehearsals, but at the same time, the work is done. I must say, I do get some good laughs, but its a pity that there are wonderful male voices in the Parish that would be a welcome addition. People need to have confidence in themselves and their voices to come forward, even for the mixed choir, and I'm sure Mary McCann who is Organist/Choirmistress in Gilford would agree with me there. People sometimes have it, and indeed say to me that they can't sing, but every voice is not the same, but they contribute to a choir family when singing together, it then that their confidence grows and their talent is nurtured. The choir(s) is also a social organisation that should be enjoyable. Now, Catherine, even I could work wonders with you, keep practicing with your special key (God help us) x
Ah Colum, you had my hopes built up and then you had to go and ask God for help! I actually thought you were going to burst into song before that. Still, the Mission might work wonders - for you that is!
Happy Birthday! by Colum McGarry from Tullylish
18. October 2010
Happy belated birthday Catherine, I hope that you enjoyed your weekend away. I was going to buy you a Porsche, but parking it would have been a bugger.
I'm old enough without you making me older Colum! It was a pre-birthday weekend - any excuse! Congratulations on your Male Voice Choir - going from strength to strength and you don't even need my special key to keep youze in tune!
Jessica Rose Cunningham by Dr Peter Cunningham from Newry
10. October 2010
Dear Fr Powell Many thanks for making Jessica's christening such a lovely experience. You made everyone so very welcome. A special word of thanks to the lady who took the pictures - they were lovely. Many thanks Peter & Patricia Cunningham
Thank you catherine@tullylish.com
hello by fergal fegan from melbourne
09. October 2010
great site keep up the good work!!!! good for people oversea's with family and friends in the parish.. slan..
Thanks very much Fergal for taking the time to write in. Hope it doesn't make you too homesick!
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