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  • Bernadette Forde on The Early Irish Free State CollectionThis page is full of interesting insights into what life was like for Irish people in the past. Thanks so...
  • Dorothy Crossley (nee Moss) on ClonmoylanThis has been a revelation. My great gran was Mary Elizabeth Connell nee Kemple. She met her future husband, George...
  • 's on Abbey In Years Gone ByI was very excited when my cousin pointed out this site, as our Auntie May (Mary Frances Sullivan) is on...
  • Frances Holohan on Abbey In Years Gone ByThank you Fr Clark - great to get another name!
  • Fr Kevin Clark on Abbey In Years Gone ByI was very excited when my cousin pointed out this site, as our Auntie May (Mary Frances Sullivan) is on...
  • Dee Hampton on Cartron NorthHi Can anyone tell me what the town name means? Thanks Dee Ann
  • Tim Tully on ClonmoylanThe Buchanan came to clonmoylan as planters and occupied Kenny farm who were evicted. There was a rent strike on...
  • Noelene Beckett Crowe on The Early Irish Free State CollectionMany thanks for the interesting material.
  • Alan fahy on People We RememberBrown fahy was my grandfather. The good old days. (Alan fahy abbey)
  • Lorna Elms on Musical Tribute to Aggie Whyte RyanWhat a fabulous account of a wonderful event celebrating the deep-rooted musical tradition in the Abbey area. These photographs really...
  • Noelene Beckett Crowe on Aggie Whyte RyanVery interesting story of a talented fiddler, it is wonderful that her niece still uses the instrument.
  • Mary Smith nee Hynes on Brief History of Abbey Post OfficeLiam, What an interesting article. I enjoyed reading it so much being a niece of Edmond RIP.
  • Jane Rock on Abbey GraveyardThank you for this link and this wonderful website. My Gr-great grandparents, Thomas Egan and Mary Egan nee Lynch are...
  • Pauline on Potato DumplingsWhat a great idea to make these on St Stephen's Day. We always have loads of mash left over from...
  • Pauline on Carrageen MossI'm so happy you have shared this recipe Sarah. When I get a bad cough, I get it really really...
  • Pauline on My Great Grandparents’ ChinaThis is a beautiful set of china. I always thought tea tasted much nicer drinking from a china cup!
  • Pauline on A Sugar TongsI haven't seen sugar cubes in a long long time!!!!
  • Joseph McGinley on EaglehillJames Burke of Danesfield, Moycullen (d. 1820) names "Andrew Martin of Eagle Hill" as a trustee in his will (written...
  • Tony Holmes on Abbey Céilí BandGreat article Paddy on a little piece of family history. Would have loved to have seen the band in its...
  • Tony Holmes on The Hutchinson Family, AbbeyvilleMy Godmother was Mary Slattery and My Mother was Lena Conroy also from Abbey. In 1976, My Mother and I...
  • Charmian Calvert on ClonmoylanI've just come across this website (Jan 2018) and found information about my great grandfather, George Alexander Buchanan. Two questions...
  • Brian Lynch on Abbey Pig MarketRemember it well as a kid on holidays in Abbey, John would call out the weight of each pig as...
  • Noelene Beckett Crowe on My Granny’s Shopping List from 1967Interesting article; some prices are astonishing...tea was so expensive...a stamp cost 5d.
  • Lorel Kathryn Donnelly on Sweet BallygowanI am trying to find out if Thomas Finn mentioned in the song had siblings of Mary Ann, Bedelia, John...
  • Robert White on Abbey In Years Gone ByThomas Joseph Hanrahan may have been a cousin of my grandmother.
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