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GUESTBOOK JUNE 2000



Email: hrow71@yahoo.co.uk
Country:
Date: 30 June 2000
Time: 15:55

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as a regular visitor of youghals i personally think that it is beautifully situated along the banks of the blackwater and so making youghal a tourist attraction .


Email: kevin.waters@gulfaero.com
Country: USA
Date: 30 June 2000
Time: 11:22

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Greetings! I enjoy this site and look forward to every visit. Have a great day!


Email: eljardinero@mixmail.com
Country: spain
Date: 30 June 2000
Time: 09:24

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I am a student of guitar and I want to find a job for learn the irish music.


Email: gormangayle@talk21.com
Country: Britain
Date: 29 June 2000
Time: 05:38

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My husband and I visited Cobh and its environs in 1995. We stayed at "Sheila's B&B " near to the information centre.We had a marvellous time in Cobh and would love to come back soon. Please could you tell me if Sheila's is still open and a number to book if possible.Many thanks Gayle Gorman.


Email: alain.hervy@brittany-ferries.fr
Country: France
Date: 28 June 2000
Time: 00:18

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Good morning,

I am in charge of the administration of french web site Brittany Ferries (https://www.brittany-ferries.fr/) and I can see on the transport section of your site, links to irish Ferries and Sawnsea Cork Ferries. We would be pleased if you could include as well the https://www.brittany-ferries.com (pls note that a .ie site will be set up this year). Also I would like to include a link to your site in our's.

I am waiting for your agreement.

Best regards


Email: darenredmond@fsmail.net
Country: England
Date: 27 June 2000
Time: 12:24

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Cork is a wonderful city and I hope to take my new born daughter there (one day soon, hopefully).


Email: bluekat
Country: USA
Date: 26 June 2000
Time: 17:55

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So happy to have a Cork Guide to unite all us far-flung sons and daughters of Cork! Kathleen Lawton


Email: tacstott@talk21.com
Country: england
Date: 26 June 2000
Time: 13:39

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several years back whilst on holiday in tenerife,we stott's met up with a family from bantry,kelly's was the name,pat, tim & emir, what fun we had.The following year we visited bantry,they came to bolton,since then not a thing.Why this lack of communication has occured god only knows,but one thing is for sure,we shall meet again.Whilst in bantry i had a bit of a problem with my ...,i was going to say cocksick but didn't know how to spell it!Anyway tim took me along to see Dr Tom,whilst i was bent over in a very sad position i took notice of some of the photo's on the wall.To cut a long story short it turned out that Tom used to be a Dr in my local town of Horwich,Nr Bolton.So the main job of me being on this dammed site is,if anyone out there sees either pat or tim let them know the stott's are thinking of them. regards tony,rose,natalie & sammy.


Email: cboffa@maltanet.net
Country: Malta
Date: 26 June 2000
Time: 10:09

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we really like this site and with its help we managed to find lodging and information about cork . thank - you regards charisse


Email: j.haider@polarcompanies.com
Country: United States of America
Date: 26 June 2000
Time: 08:31

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Hi please help me find my sister ShahlaZaidi (021-87-0990 no longer in service) she is forty years old and working for a nursing home in cork county. She is under lot of emotional stress and we need to contact her as soon as possible. any lead or suggestion is appreciated. jamal Haider 3396 cleveland, troy, Michigan 48083 248-526-0447


Email: Little-Koki@webtv.net
Country: USA
Date: 24 June 2000
Time: 18:44

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Hello! Does anyone know where I can write to Maureen O"hara in Ireland? Is it true that she lives in Glengariff? I love this site, My grandparent was from Ireland and it puts me in perspective when I see all the beauty of my heritage. God Bless All!!! : )


Email: everton
Country:
Date: 24 June 2000
Time: 12:41

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Email: coulthub@oup.co.uk
Country: United Kingdom
Date: 23 June 2000
Time: 05:05

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Is this site this active? I see all the entries are from last year?

I'm looking for a pleasant, reasonably priced B&B near the Blarney Castle. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Many thanks, Britt


Email: solimar@mindspring.com
Country: USA
Date: 21 June 2000
Time: 16:48

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Email: ashmj@hotmail.com
Country: Wales
Date: 21 June 2000
Time: 15:16

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We had a wonderful stay in the Bantry Bay Hotel and a few Guinness's in the Victories listening to the music of Pat Keleher. We had a marvellous welcome and thoroughly enjoyed our stay in your charming town. Superb views and a loads of history, we can't wait to return.


Email: pcadkins@yahoo.com
Country: England
Date: 21 June 2000
Time: 13:53

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A wonderful site I only wish I had more time to browse Thanks Pat Adkins


Email: colininemdapye@lineone.net
Country: England
Date: 21 June 2000
Time: 02:50

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Is Knocknagree near Millstreet. My Grandfather often used to speak of Millstreet. He grew up in Knocknagree. Name: Michael Slattery. There were about 7 brothers and sisters. The youngest, Patrick, remained in Knocknagree.


Email: tommycunningh39@hotmail.com
Country: ireland
Date: 19 June 2000
Time: 14:48

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site is a bit loose,and I found "trabolgan" but no link,?? and not much info


Email: jameshardie@iol10.com
Country: usa
Date: 19 June 2000
Time: 09:55

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Love the site. I have heard of a tour group called Concept Ireland in Cork. Is this a reputable company? Please email back with any info you have. Thanks jim


Email: boyleroisin@aol.com
Country: im from co.antrim
Date: 18 June 2000
Time: 08:48

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I met a few boys from cork called sean and conal but i would like to get in touch with them again they were up here in county antrim playing hurling.


Email: rioghnach.casey@dial.pipex.com
Country: England
Date: 17 June 2000
Time: 13:27

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Very informative. As a vegetarian I would appreciate a guide of what restaurants, hotels cater for us. Thanks.


Email: pachungpachung@aol.com
Country: united states
Date: 17 June 2000
Time: 04:53

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Nice to see the old sod where I grew up wish there was more to see


Email: rankineg@optusnet.com.au
Country: Australia
Date: 17 June 2000
Time: 03:05

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Does anyone know where Ballyclough Castle is? Also Bearforest?


Email: rachael.griffith@talk21.com
Country: U.K.
Date: 15 June 2000
Time: 20:04

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I am 17 years old and live in the U.K., but I have many friends and family living in Bantry Bay in Cork, and I love visiting whenever I can. The scenery is so beautiful, and the people are so friendly, it's just wonderful! If anyone would like to e-mail me, then feel free and we can discuss how great Ireland is! I LOVE IRELAND!!!!!!! Rachael.


Email: mjmaloney@montana.com
Country: United States
Date: 15 June 2000
Time: 13:51

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I have relatives in that area, and we were their 3 times, and thoroughly loved the country. It is one of the prettiest countries in the world. I hope I will be able to see it again someday.


Email: reenie.griffith@talk21.com
Country: England ( but a native Bantry lass! )
Date: 15 June 2000
Time: 09:06

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I adore Bantry, I was lucky enough to grow up in this magical place, and I go back a couple of times every year with my Daughter, who also loves the place!.....


Email: realcorker2000@aol.com
Country: usa
Date: 14 June 2000
Time: 13:09

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Email: pashre@cwcom.net
Country: united kingdom
Date: 14 June 2000
Time: 12:50

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Email: cham0525@aol.xom
Country: usa
Date: 13 June 2000
Time: 19:30

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What happened to Duarigle castle on the blackwater north of town. Does it still stand in total dispair and is it available for sale in present condition.


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Date: 13 June 2000
Time: 18:49

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Date: 13 June 2000
Time: 18:47

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Date: 13 June 2000
Time: 13:20

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Email: beerjo@map.com
Country: SPFLD. MA.
Date: 12 June 2000
Time: 22:13

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RELATIVES IN BANTRY,GLENNGARRIFF & CORK.IF YOUR EVER THINKING OF VISITING DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND VISIT AN AWESOME PART OF THE WORLD.


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Date: 12 June 2000
Time: 19:20

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Great website


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Date: 09 June 2000
Time: 12:19

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Email: trixxr@hotmail.com
Country: Australia
Date: 08 June 2000
Time: 21:34

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i may only be 15 but i would like to know if any one has anything on the Egan family of Co Cork, If you do have any info could you please e-mail me please - thank tou


Email: nikol@loar-young.com
Country: ireland
Date: 08 June 2000
Time: 14:18

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if anyone knows of a john o'kelly who resides or did reside at 22 silverheights rd, Mayfield, Cork, please let me know.

Thank you.


Email: bobbysands@yahoo.com
Country: u.s.
Date: 08 June 2000
Time: 12:39

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Thank you for the wonderful Wolfe Tone page/portrait... Was in Cork 2/83 http://www.angelfire.com/ks/wingwalker/index.html Debby Deegan in McPherson Kansas home of James Birdseye McPherson, youngest Union General to die in battle OUT NOW!!!


Email: Buffy@lion.cc
Country: Austria
Date: 08 June 2000
Time: 11:51

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Hi! Macroom is very nice, I was there for an international Peace Forrest Project! You've to visit our great Forrest (it was pretty hard work!) *gg* And many greetings to the other ex-Workcamp people *g* I am still thinking on you! Bye Willow!

(PS: Colin, it was a nice time on your farm and I'll hope "our" Peace Forrest 1999 is still alive and well *gg*)


Email: TheLeprecoon@hotmail.com
Country: Ireland
Date: 04 June 2000
Time: 09:13

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Whats the weather like in Ireland in the month of June?


Email: milan_novak@yahoo.com
Country: Czech Republic
Date: 04 June 2000
Time: 05:54

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I've been to Ireland two times and I have just one thing on my mind : "Beautiful country !!!"


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Country: ireland
Date: 03 June 2000
Time: 08:46

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hello luv your webpage


Email: ingmar.mattus@ebs.ee
Country: Estonia
Date: 03 June 2000
Time: 06:38

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I will arrive there (Cork city) at the end of June 2000. I have searched the internet about Ireland and, to be true, I think the time I will stay there will be amazing. Yes, I'm sure! Peace!


Email: teri@terij.freeserve.co.uk
Country: England
Date: 02 June 2000
Time: 16:35

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I will be visiting Cork soonnow that I have seen what is on offer


Email: teri@terij.freeserve.co.uk
Country: England
Date: 02 June 2000
Time: 16:35

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Email: madocal@yahoo.com
Country: usa
Date: 02 June 2000
Time: 12:15

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Hello from Philadelphia, Pa USA. My father was from Drumcommer, Banteer, Co.Cork. I have been trying to get an e-mail address for the Golden Vale Creamery In Charleville but I can't find one. If someone could help me, It would be appreciated. Thank you.

Sincerely Yours, Madeleine O'Callaghan


Email: nettyday@excite.co.uk
Country: UK - originally Ireland
Date: 02 June 2000
Time: 10:56

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Ex-South Presentation Convent (primary and secondary) student here (Annette Calnan). If you went to school with me, please get in touch - would love to hear from you.


Email: joamaro@teleline.es
Country: Spain
Date: 01 June 2000
Time: 13:26

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I'm going with a friend to Glengarriff this summer, to work in a hotel... I would like to meet people from there. I'm a 21 years old boy, if anyone wants to meet me, please write me.


Email: hello
Country:
Date: 01 June 2000
Time: 03:57

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