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Owner of Teac Mallon by Brigid Brady from Teac Mallon, Meigh, Killeavy
02. January 2012
Happy New Year to You All. Congratulations on your splendid and very informative site. I am delighted with photographs of your visit to Teac Mallon and the tour of Creggan graveyard etc. A lovely memorable day spent in fine company, thank you very much! Looking forward to the next storytelling night in your centre.
Thanks Brigid
Colin and Tracys wedding by Carmel Johnston from Banbridge
31. December 2011
Anne the wedding photos are beautiful, and Mark looked stunning x
new year by paddy greene from sydney
31. December 2011
happy new year to all the people in tullylish and surrounding parishes. especially gilford.
And the same to you and all you care about Paddy.
Anderson/Adamson/Edmundson by Ann Callaghan from Durham, UK
26. December 2011
Hi, my 3xg.grandparents Eliza Jane Anderson and John Edmundson/Edmondson (sometimes known as Adamson) were married in Tullylish in 1853 - they subsequently moved to Belfast. I know Eliza's family were from Lisnafiffy, but don't know where John's family was from, or why he & his children used the names Adamson & Edmondson interchangeably. Any help or suggestions appreciated! Many thanks ... Ann Callaghan
14. December 2011
Hi Catherine, I would like to wish you and all of Tullylish parish a merry Xmas and a happy New Year. I also send these wishes to all ex-pats around the world. Thanks again for this wonderful website. Love to everyone. Stella.
Happy Christmas to you and yours Stella and thank you for thinking of us back in a very cold and wintry Tullylish. Catherine
Gerry Nolan by Michael Nolan from Newcastle Upon Tyne
12. December 2011
A special thanks to the many people who sent mass, cards, telephone messages of support & to those who travelled across to attend Dad,s funeral. God Bless You All
Mr by Robert Molloy from Glasgow
06. December 2011
Recently i have traced my grandfather John Molloy to a village called Rathfriland Co Down through the Ros Davies genalogy website.I have tried to find out where he and his children went to next,but could not find any definite documentation. I then found Molloys in Loughans Tullylish in the 1901 and1911 census with the same first names,mother Anne children Daniel. John,Bernard,Michael and Mary who might have married a Patrick Finnegan in 1891 .If anyone in the Tullyish area with the Molloys in their past i would be very grateful to know if i am on the right track because someday soon i would like to visit and see the churches worshipped in by my ancestors. Yours faithfully Robert Molloy
A Christmas Story by Patrick Finnegan from MELBOURNE, Australia.
05. December 2011
"A Christmas Story"What an awesome video! Catherine. Thank You for posting this on 'the web' I think of all the people that will see this on this web-site, including the ex-pats north and south of the Equator!!!You are a great blessing to us,for sure. Is there any chance of you sending this to my e-mail? I would like to wish you and yours, and those who surf tullylish.com, a Happy,Peaceful CHRISTmas and every blessing possible for 2012. NOLLAIG SHONA!
Hi Patrick I'll forward the link to you - and a very Happy Christmas to you also and all your family
Down's but Not Out by Paula Jordan from Laurencetown
03. December 2011
We went to see the new play "Downs But Not Out" in Lurgan Town Hall last night. It was extremley funny and poignant - a box of tissues is an essential when going to see this. The highlight of the show though was the star of the evening - Mark Blevins. Mark was excellent in the leading role of Luke - a truly great performance Mark - well done! We're very proud of you.
And so say all of us!
Mark Blevins by Donna mcgivern from Gilford
28. November 2011
just want to wish Mark Good Luck with His latest acting role .. well done & God bless x Donna & Gabriel Mc Givern .
Thanks Donna and Gabriel
Hi by Nan Thomsen from Denmark
24. November 2011
Hi Catherine been a while from I have been on,my husband pasted away at Easter, With the Lord´s help and faith in him I am starting to get back to every day life again.This sounds silly but logging on to your web site has helped me to feel close to Gilford and home.Now I need to do something usefull for others and was thinking if I could ask you if you and the ladies from TLC would be so kind to send me some patterns for the small baby hats and the patterns for the little stillborn babies,so could I maybe start and help here in the local hospital,I will of course pay all postage Kind regards Nan
Hi Nan Please accept our condolences on the death of your husband. You must be feeling very lonely and I'm glad our website has helped you. You are very often in our thoughts. I will, of course, send you on the patterns etc. and hopefully you will be home in Gilford very soon. Take care Nan Catherine
Congratulations Fr.Stephen by Patrick Finnegan from Melbourne, Australia
08. November 2011
Congratulations, Fr.Crossan upon your recent appointment as C.C. in Gilford, Tullylish Parish. I am sure you will be an asset to the Parish,and the township of Gilford, in particular. This is where I was born and reared and received my academic and spiritual formation. I knew your dad, Andy, also Grandparents Billy and Minnie! From Paddy, Perla and P.J. Finnegan.
Thank you by patricia evers from dublin
07. November 2011
thanks a million, Catherine, for all your kind attention to me, my daughter Sarah and son Peter when we stayed in Ballydougan recently. My son Peter was particularly thrilled to see his grandfather's birth records.
Thank you by patricia evers from dublin
07. November 2011
thanks a million, Catherine, for all your kind attention to me, my daughter Sarah and son Peter when we stayed in Ballydougan recently. My son Peter was particularly thrilled to see his grandfather's birth records.
That's great Patricia. It was lovely to meet you again, and your family. I'll be in touch.
happy birthday by FERGAL FEGAN from Melbourne, Australia
17. October 2011
I just wanted to wish my old my man John Fegan happy 70th birthday. Great site for us people oversea's keeping in touch with all things local.. keep up the good work cheers..
Thanks Fergal and happy birthday from tullylish.com to John!
happy birthday by Fergal Fegan from Melbourne, Australia
15. October 2011
I would just like to wish the old man JOHN FEGAN Happy Birthday 70 today.. cheers great site keep up the good work..
Mrs by Martina Dempsey Toner from Belfast
03. October 2011
Hi, this is my first visit to this site and I am very impressed with all the info & pictures. I am tracing my Donnelly family tree and it has led me to Tullylish via Seapatrick. My Great Granda was Felix Donnelly son of Felix Donnelly & Catherine Downey. My Great Great Granda was Felix Donnelly son of Hugh Donnelly & Rose Fegan. I am hoping to get some info on my Great Great Great Grandparents Hugh Donnelly & Rose Fegan. Many of my Donnelly relatives appear to have been tailors. If you think you can help then please feel free to email me. You have a brilliant website - one of the best I've came across.
Thanks Martina. I will be in touch regarding your relatives when I look through our registers.
My wee brother by Dolores O'Neill (nee O'Dowd) from Tullydagan Road, Lurgan
18. September 2011
Hello Catherine Got a telephone call from my brother Gerard today who directed me to the website to look at the photos of John back at school. Felt very proud to see him but also to see Mrs O'Hare or Miss McNeill as I knew her when she taught me. I loved her she was a brilliant teacher and so glamorous, A lot of changes since I was in Laurencetown because of course it was the old school I attended. I love the website and will now be a frequent visitor to it. Keep up the good work Catherine.
Thanks Dolores - your 'wee brother' told me he is also a frequent visitor to tullylish.com. It was great to see Mrs. O'Hare there - of course I was a lot younger than all of you O'Dowds!! Think of the number of us who used to walk down to school - I think there were 18 of us at one time - The Campbells, Greene's, O'Dowd's, Tighes and McEvoys - and that's before we joined all the McCartans at the end of their lane!
Mr by Les Barkla from Brisbane Australia
17. September 2011
Hello. I'm in Dublin today doing some research before I venture up to County Down, Tullylish by Monday 19/9 to look up ancestor history records and have a look around. Would love to make contact with someone local who might be able to help me in my research Mary Jane Fraser married to Richard Frazer on 17/1/1857 in the Parish Church Doughan Tullylish. Also, trying find ancestry history on Mary's family. • James Kennedy born 1816 Mullabrack County Down, died 20/12/1876 in Gympie Australia – I cannot find any details on his wife: Elanor Aitchison (or Acheson) – have given a 10 year period for marriage and tried both surnames but no luck • James’s father – William Kennedy – cannot find anything on him either Kind regards Les Barkla [email protected]@hotmail.com P: 07751867056
Hello Les, I have sent an e-mail to your address with further information - your family seems to belong to Tullylish Church of Ireland and I have forwarded you the relevant details. Good luck with your search [email protected] tullylish records.
the 'wee' brother by Gerry O'Dowd from Lurgan
16. September 2011
Hi Catherine. so proud of the "wee" brother Gerry
I'm sure you are, Gerry. Couldn't help but think of Vincey and Bridie yesterday and how proud they would have been of 'your wee brother'!
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