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The TLC photos by Sinead Magee from Las Vegas, Nevada
01. December 2008
Hi Catherine, the website is looking great. Love the photos of the TLC Group. Great idea by great woman, hope there are lots of people attending group, a good mornings craic no doubt and for a great cause! See you at Christmas, take care, Sinead Magee.
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Thanks Sinead.
Temple Street by Noel McEvoy from Glanmire Cork
30. November 2008
Sincere thanks to all who were so kind to sponsor me in the Dublin City Marathon for Temple Street Children's hospital. A great result for a great cause. Noel ,Ann & Jack. Keep up the great work on the web site.
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Thanks and well done Noel
Keenan, McCaffrey & Lindsey by Paul Thomas Keenan from Giffnock, East Renfrewshire, Scotland
28. November 2008
Hi everyone a fantastic site, keep up the great work. I know from personal experience how helpful everyone is at 'the Den' where I saw the record of the marriage of my gr gr grandparents Thomas Keenan and Cecilia McCaffrey married at St Johns in 1854 there were other Keenans and Byrne's and McCaffreys in the records however, not sure of any definate connections. Thomas and Cecilia came to Johnstone, Scotland in 1857 and a few others from the parish followed across the Irish sea. I think my Keenans were in Loughans townland but not sure. Thomas had a brother William who married Sarah Thompson in 1850 and a possible brother/cousin who married Catherine Treanor in 1853 (all St John's) Their parents were John Keenan and Anne nee Lindsey/Lindsay both born c 1895 and we think they originated outside the parish or even the county Down. Cecilia's bc 1830 had a sister Margaret 1832 and Elizabeth b 1838 who married a John Keenan (another brother or cousin)?parents were John McCaffrey and Margaret Byrne both c 1800. If anyone can give any info. on where Keenans/Lindsays McCaffreys and Byrnes lived or where they originated I would be very grateful. Even the smallest piece of seemingly useless fragments might be very significant/important. Also, if anyone needs access to Scots data please let me know as the mill factory skills honed in Tullylish in 1830-1860 period were in great demand around West Renfrewshire in the mid 19th century and it seems that many left Tullylish to live in Scotland or to save the fare to the US. if you lost some people they may not all have made it to the US directly and many spent 5/10/15 years before going to US... many stayed on in Scotland. I wish everyone a peaceful and holy Christmas and hope to get over to your lovely town again in 2009 Slan go Foill Paul
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Nice to hear from your again Paul and thanks for the compliments. If anyone can give Paul any information, let us know at tullylish.com and we will forward the information.
(rain) by Agnes Thomsen from Denmark
11. November 2008
I have just read the piece called (rain )and it brought tears to my eyes,it is very good ,It makes one think ,we forget that the Lord holds us in the palm of his hand from the day we are born til he calls us home,we forget that in our busy lives Keep up the good work
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Thanks Agnes.
great site by finbar finnegan from Dundrum
10. November 2008
Just a wee hello to all who know me..it's a great way to catch up on all the happenings of my old parish and also to look back on the past..well done to ye all
Comment:
Thanks Finbar - maybe we should post some photos of that concert in Gilford - 1992? Canon Treanor's Golden Jubilee Concert.
The Daffodil Principle by Patrick Finnegan from Australia
09. November 2008
Dear Catherine, I would like to say thank-you for the great work you do with the Tullylish web site, especially this week's bulletin. The feature, " The Daffodil Principle " was just superb, to say the least. I was wondering if you could forward me this article as an e-mail, so as I can keep and also send others in Australia to bless them.Keep up the good work! Thanking you in anticipation, Sincerely Yours, Paddy Finnegan. ( ex-patriate from Gilford ) ________________________________________
mrs by Sheila Lawell Hamilton from Belfast
06. November 2008
Hi, Im tracing my family tree and know my grandfather John Lawell was born in Tullylish, but came to Belfast, He is buried in Tullylish. Can anyone guide me to some historians to help me find out more about my family.I know my grandfather lived with a maiden aunt Mary Lawell when young and I think he came to Belfast to another aunt Sarah Lawell who married a Dan Flavelle
Comment:
Hi Sheila We'll do what we can for you - and if anyone out there "on the web" can help, let us know.
Happy Birthday by Caoimhe and Shannon from Gilford
24. October 2008
Happy 13th Birthday Arron and Neil Toner!! From Shannon Owens and Caoimhe Toner
HI!! by Caoimhe and Shannon from Gilford
24. October 2008
Wel wdc wif all of yas
Happy Birthday by Karen Byrne from Newry Armagh supporter
22. October 2008
Special birthday greetings to you uncle Gerald on this your big 60. Hope you had a good day and heres to the next 60 ha ha Love from your neice Karen Adrian Ryan Suzanne Tara Ronan Dearbhla and not fogetting Bobby the big red setter woof
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CATHERINE by Mary Campbell from Perth, WA
22. October 2008
Hi Catherine just wanted to wish you a big happy birthday, enjoy your day. See you when I get home. Mary Campbell
Comment:
Thanks Mary. I presume it was Geraldine that spilled the beans!
Happy Birthday by mark blevins from kernan
20. October 2008
Happy 60th birthday granny kaye from mark
Comment:
And a very happy birthday to Kaye from all at tullylish.com - and you can blame your sister Ann for the lovely photograph!
Congratulations by Alison Bowes, Julie Back and Bobby Day from York
10. October 2008
Congratulations to Roisin and Thom, the photos are gorgeous and it looked like a fab day! Whilst looking at the website we came across the photos of Mrs Catherine McParland celebrating her 100th birthday and would like to extend our congratulations and best wishes, please can you let us know what face cream you use?!!! Lots of love xxxxx
Congratulations by Noel McEvoy from Cork
21. September 2008
Congratulations to the Tullylish girls under 14s. Brilliant result. Great to see Skinnys daughter carrying on the tradition.Great photos on the web. Great to keep in touch with what is going on. Greetings from Glanmire, Cork. Noel, Ann & Jack
Comment:
Thanks Noel and good luck in the Dublin Marathon!
Gerry Nolans 80th Birthday Party by The Nolans from Newcastle
21. September 2008
Many thanks to our family for coming over to Newcastle last weekend to help Gerry celebrate his 80th birthday. Special thanks to Kevin & Marie McCartan, Frances Smith & Ann McCartan,Liam & Marie McManus, Dwayne & Matthew
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And may we also add our congratulations to Gerry on his 80th birthday. Any photos of the celebrations?
Congratulations by Tullylish Parish Web Team from
20. September 2008
Congratulations to all involved with the Under 14 Girls team at Tullylish- the players and management. Well done and well deserved.
Miss by Laura Finnegan from Melbourne
12. September 2008
Fab website i can catch up on whats happening back home.
Comment:
Thanks Laura - what about sending us a photo of yourself in Melbourne?
Mrs. by Mary Teggart (nee Johnston) from Australia
15. August 2008
I visit the website often, trying to spot a familiar face from the past - a trip down memory lane - and what a wonderful site it is, thank you to all responsible, I truly enjoy the photos and God Bless you all.
Comment:
Thanks Mary. What about those photos you promised us for the website? We'd love to see all the family in their home surroundings. Catherine
Reilly, Prior, Doran, by Lynda Poyroo from London
09. August 2008
Great site. My mother, Margaret Reilly, was born in Gilford, although all the family moved to England in 1938. My Uncle, Francis Patrick Reilly is remembered on the war memorial in Gilford. He was just 21 years old when he died. My Grandmother was Margaret Prior and my Grandfather was Edward Reilly and would be happy to hear from any family who believe they are related to us. Thanks for the photo of Kieran Prior.
Comment:
Thanks Lynda. What about sending us some photos of yourself?
Very interesting website by A Allen from Banbridge
21. July 2008
What a very interesting website and what wonderful photographs. Congratulations to everyone concerned with this site's creation. Keep up the good work.
Comment:
Thanks for the compliments. It's nice to know all the work is appreciated. Let me know if there is anything else you would like to see on the website. Catherine
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