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Mrs by Nora Jordan from Hallsmill
06. June 2009
Great website
Thanks Nora.
G.A.A. by Patrick Finnegan from Melbourne
14. May 2009
Dear Catherine, I really loved the section on the Tullylish G.F.C.'s 125th Anniversary, especially the pictures of folk I knew in the Parish. Some of these guys I knew personally, Paddy MacFlynn; Plunkett Campbell ( playing the spoons fame) Pat McEvoy; Greg McCartan; Cathleen Cunningham, to name but a few. and the McCartan bros.( famous Down players in the sixties.) My memory is still sharp.I had the privilege to sit INSIDE the Sam Maguire!!! in 1961, many moons ago. I would like to get in contact with these guys by e-mail or TXT ,so you have my permission to disclose my e-mail address. Could you also put these pictures of me and my Italian work-mate on the website. Thanks in anticipation. Regards, . Patrick Finnegan Leading Station Assistant Melbourne Central Station Tel: 9610 5850 Fax : 9610 5877
Thanks Patrick. Anyone wishing to contact Patrick can do so by e-mail to Patrick.Finnegan@connexmelbourne.com.au
hello by Agnes Thomsen from Denmark
12. May 2009
Hi just a quick note,keeping an eye on the website,I think it is great that we can follow the life in Gilford from our computer screen. Will be visiting Gilford from the 20th if it could be possible for me could I visit the TLC group, I am really interested to see some of their work and maybe get a few hints and a pattern or two Agnes
That's great news Agnes. The T.L.C. Group meet every Tuesday from 10.30 - 12.00 Noon, so hopefully we'll see you on the 26th. If that doesn't suit and you want to come to see the work before that, let me know.
family history by D H Purtle from London
02. May 2009
Searching my family history has brought me to your Tullylish website, apparently James Hewton and Jane Hawthorn were married at Tullylish in 1849. It looks beautiful, hopefully one day I will visit. loved the photos and the haunting music. Thank you, Good health and happiness.
Thank you
Details on William Boyle by Kevin Boyle from Letterkenny
27. April 2009
Hi, just came across this site as I was undertaking some research. The thing is Im looking for any historical or local data on my great grandfather William Hugh Boyle whom I believe was a national school teacher in the town up until late 1920s. I would appreciate the help. Kind Regards Kevin Boyle
Thanks Kevin, I'll get back to you shortly.
Thinking of home!! by Sr Bernadett Duffy from Pretoria - South Africa
17. April 2009
Dear Catherine I'm really supposed to be working but got hooked browsing the Tullylish website so now I also take the opportunity to tell you all how wonderful the website is – it brings me back into the heart of the parish and animates you all so I do not feel so very far away. Great to read everybody else’s comments. Keep up the great work!!!! Sr Bernadette
Thanks Sr. B. You are never far from any of our thoughts and I am going to show your photos and DVD to the TLC Group on Tuesday morning. So, if you feel your left ear burning on Tuesday, it is because of all the love heading to South Africa from the T.L.C.'s Take care and love to all the EDUCATION4LIFE team. Catherine
Hi Catherine by Pauline Spillman (Byrne) from London
13. April 2009
Have spent hours trawling your wonderful site, Mary warned me of the Tullylish Ladies photo, gosh did I really look like that? Do you remember when we made our confirmation and you, Mary O'Dowd and I were chosen to go up to meet the Bishop? I remember your mother RIP whispering to my mum that "they knew the ones to pick". Hope you are well and thanks again for a super site.
Hi Pauline Good to hear from you. I had forgotten about the 'meeting and greeting of the Bishop.! I don't think anyone would be picking us now!
Memory lane by Mena McCabe nee Mc Inerney from Alicante Spain
12. April 2009
My sister Dolores told me about the site really enjoyed seeing faces from long ago especially my nephew lee wedding photos a nice reminder of Gilford keep up the good work
Thanks Mena. Glad you enjoy the website
125 Day by Tullylish GAC from Tullylish
11. April 2009
Tullylish GAC will be celebrating 125 years of the GAA on Sunday 10th May. As part of this day it is hoped to have a display of photos, newspaper articles videos. If any one has anything that they could donate for the day contact Fionntán O'Dowd on 07709336264
Paramedic by adrian mc grath from Agaderg
07. April 2009
hi folks, just to say thanks for your great work. the teddies for ambulances will bring great comfort and distraction, in their care. thanks again Adrian Mc Grath Paramedic
It was a pleasure Adrian - and we're still knitting! Keep up the good work - from the T.L.C. Group in Tullylish
CLASS! by Claire Weir from Banbridge Library
03. April 2009
Gregory Finnegan by Stephen Finnegan from Banbridge
25. March 2009
I have some photographs of my father, taken over 20 years ago. He was a scout leader at Tullylish. (Gregory Finnegan). He died in 1985. I would love to donate some photos of him for the website. And also if anyone knew him or has any information on him, I would love to know!
Hi Stephen We would love to see the photos on the website. You can e-mail them to me at catherine@tullylish.com or drop them into the parish office (Mon - Thur between 10.00am and 2.00pm) where they can be scanned and returned.
miss you all in gilford from down under by lorraine mc conville ex finnegan from down under australia
19. March 2009
to to say i enjoyed going to Lourdes last May with mum and sisters and all the gang sad to see mum go home there in Feb but mo stayed to march 22nd. Hope to get back in a year or to, but i can see what is happening in the parish with the web site it's great going on every week. Will send photos soon cannot wait to see mum's new car, good on you mum
Thanks Lorraine. Please, do send us some photos of yourself in your new habitat. Yes, we are all delighted that your mum won the car in the raffle.
Catchup. by Michelle McKenna nee Magee from 2, Brookview Glen Eglinton. Derry
17. March 2009
Hi Martina, It would be great to make contact and catchup. Yes I am married and I have three boys Aaron (13), Ciaran (10) and Eoin (8). I have been living in Derry sixteen years. I have just found this website, its great!!!!!
Mrs. by Lee Broderick from Halls Mill via Florida
14. March 2009
A wonderful site for those of us homesick for Tullylish !! Thank God to be back.
Thanks Lee and welcome home
Gaskin family by Kevin Gaskin from Wiltshire, England
09. March 2009
my grandfather William Gaskin in 1894 was born in Tullylish so just checking to see what I can find on line. Thanks.
Hi Kevin. We'll see what we can find for you.
Martina McCartan by Martina McCartan (Now Greenaway) from Co Armagh
06. March 2009
Hello, I am trying to get in contact with the other half of my family. Paul & Martina McCartan where born of Dermot McCartan Tullylish father Willie John & Mum May If anyone knows please contact at email address would appreciate
Looking for Michelle Maggee by Martina Greenaway (Nee McCartan) from Co Armagh
25. February 2009
Hi, I went to Lawerncetown Primary in 1973 and on my 1st day met Michelle Magee (Also 5yrs) punched me in the nose and made it bleed firm friends from then. She is probably married now would really like to track her down and get in touch. I would appreciate it if anyone can help. Also went to school with Desmond McEvoy & Paul McKeown if anyone knows i remeber them being at my daddys funeral in Lawerncetown chapel Ie Daddy Dermott MCartan Kernan
Guess who's turned 60? by Patrick Finnegan from Melbourne, Australia
19. February 2009
Hi, G'day all. For those of you who still remember "wee Paddy Finnegan" (see EX-PATS) I celebrated my 60th birthday on Valentine's Day, 14 Feb.and I don't feel a day over 40!!Photos to follow soon. Paddy,Perla & P.J. Finnegan.
Congratulations Paddy - look forward to the photos!
Jubilee concert dvd by Finbar Finnegan from Dundrum
08. February 2009
Hi there Catherine , Many thanks for the DVD of Canon Treanors concert..My wife and my boys watched it here with me and I thought I was going to have to get an ambulance for them all when they dropped to the floor with laughter....It was great craic to see it all again and it was great to see so many familiar faces , some of whom have gone. Many Thanks Finbar
Glad you enjoyed the memories Finbar.
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