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Email:
LEE@KAYY.fsnet.co.uk 
Date:
12/30/99
Time:
6:45:45 PM

Comments

whatever i want to know about Allihies i get the same page telling me very little.

v. disappointing site.


Email:
lado@eircom.net 
Date:
12/30/99
Time:
1:33:05 PM

Comments

NICE TO SEE A GOOD LOCAL SITE DONT BE AFRAID TO SIGN MY GUEST BOOK AT http://homepage.eircom.net/~lado/seanand.htm


Email:
mcng9@aol.com 
Date:
12/29/99
Time:
9:33:34 PM

Comments

T0 the folks visiting Ireland for the weekend...go to Kinsale and Clonakilty...great food,pubs and places to see...Beautiful guest houses and beaches too...shop at Blarney Castle.


Email:
camcar@prodigy.net 
Date:
12/29/99
Time:
6:40:53 PM

Comments

I just found your site and find it very informative. I am trying to find relatives in Cork. My great grandmother Annie Marie Barrett was born in Cork, I think your site will help me. Thank-you


Email:
bankeym@conferon.com 
Date:
12/27/99
Time:
11:20:13 AM

Comments

My husband and I are planning a weekend trip to Cork before heading to London. We are from the U.S. and would appreciate any information at all, as this is the first time we have been out of the U.S. We are especially interested in bed & breakfasts, pubs, and driving the countryside. Thank you.


Email:
pmp@iname.com 
Date:
12/26/99
Time:
2:35:03 PM

Comments

I'm looking forward once I find my Carrolls/Birminghams to come see the town. I work in the States as Travel Consulant and I would love to see Cork


Email:
davemc@indig.ie 
Date:
12/23/99
Time:
11:20:50 AM

Comments

I like this site, and I recommend it to Cork emigrants abroad who like to keep in touch with local events. It is of particular value to people who are planning a trip home, as they can plan their itinerary.

One notable absence from the site is a listing of religious services for the different denominations. A group who paid a visit here from Chicago recently pointed this out to me. Why not add this feature to your site?

David McCarthy. davemc@indigo.ie 


Email:
darraghwiseman@hotmail.com 
Date:
12/23/99
Time:
6:16:04 AM

Comments

more photos please,otherwise good work fellas.


Email:
Rhianon744@cs.com 
Date:
12/22/99
Time:
10:34:32 PM

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Email:
g-man2k@cyberdude.com 
Date:
12/21/99
Time:
7:02:46 PM

Comments

I'm a Corkonian traveling around the world and it's cool being able to check in on stuff happening at home. Don't forget to include the Temple of Sound (old Foundry or Tropics) Nightclub on your list.

G-man


Email:
g-man2k@cyberdude.com 
Date:
12/21/99
Time:
7:02:26 PM

Comments

I'm a Corkonian traveling around the world and it's cool being able to check in on stuff happening at home. Don't forget to include the Temple of Sound (old Foundry or Tropics) Nightclub on your list


Email:
senan@storpey.freeserve.co.uk 
Date:
12/19/99
Time:
5:48:42 AM

Comments

I find your web page very interesting, being a Cork man myself,(Crosshaven)I like to log on from time to time, and catch up on things that are happening in and around Cork.So if you would like to email me on anything about cork.I would be most grateful.


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Date:
12/18/99
Time:
1:51:34 PM

Comments

Hi im 13 and i live in union hall.i am male and looking for a 13 female please reply above


Email:
gnome@oaktree47.freeserve.co.uk 
Date:
12/18/99
Time:
9:44:15 AM

Comments

Please get the Cork Camera Club to resurrect their site - it is no longer accessible! I have been specifically told to look at some prize-winning pictures on this site and am very disappointed to not be able to view them.

Maria


Email:
teresabewhay@hotmail.com 
Date:
12/18/99
Time:
7:15:36 AM

Comments

And another thing, the smoked salmon and guiness are divine, go to Mccarthys in Buttevant, and say hello to Uncle Sean casey, Friday Night is Music Night!


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Date:
12/18/99
Time:
7:07:47 AM

Comments

John and I visited County Cork in October 1999, we visited Bunratty, Kanturk, Mallow, it is a lovely island and the pace of life is charmed. Teresa Bewhay ( O'connell ) Gorey Village jersey


Email:
samatthews72@hotmail.com 
Date:
12/17/99
Time:
6:13:30 AM

Comments

Bantry is a great place to visit.


Email:
blckwldr@aol.com 
Date:
12/16/99
Time:
3:50:03 PM

Comments

Will be visiting Ireland at the end of March, first of April. I am trying to learn as much as possible about the history, the land itself and of course, the people. I am very proud of my Irish ancestors.


Email:
bg1@eircom.net 
Date:
12/16/99
Time:
12:51:55 PM

Comments

Excellent site Please visit Blarney & District Historical Society at www.local.ie/history/ireland as a whole/general


Email:
will.oliver2@gte.net 
Date:
12/15/99
Time:
7:52:52 AM

Comments

I am seeking information regarding Three Castles Head, or Dun Lough Castle as I believe it is also known. Will B. Oliver, Birmingham, Alabama, USA.


Email:
evavon@telia.com 
Date:
12/14/99
Time:
1:49:48 PM

Comments

Im a member in an (unprofessional)mixed choir in Sweden who is supposed to go to Ireland next summer. We are very interested in getting in contact with another choir from Cork or nearby. If we can make such contact we hope we can have the upportunity to meet and sing together. We sing a lot of different song for example; ABBA, Beatles, Swedish folksongs. Please, contact us if you are a member in a choir or if you now someone who could be interested in meeting a Swedish choir.//Eva


Email:
Hightider@webtv,net 
Date:
12/14/99
Time:
9:09:22 AM

Comments

I found this page very informative. Will be a very big help on my first trip to my ancestorial homeland. Thanks and top of the day to ya...


Email:
bukwheat@fcmail.com 
Date:
12/14/99
Time:
8:55:45 AM

Comments

Great site. This is my first real glimpse into one of the counties that my family comes from. Keep up the good work!

Eric Popham


Email:
edalton@idirect.com
Date:
12/13/99
Time:
9:38:43 PM

Comments

Would like to say hi to Tom&Windom Dalton and of course Candace. If yous see this page notice my change of server. (edalton@idirect.com)This is a great site ,keep up the good work.


Email:
aine419188@aol.com
Date:
12/13/99
Time:
4:55:25 PM

Comments

Wish their was more informaion on West Cork families. Looking for info. on O'Neill, O'Donovan, Townland of Knocks Parish of Enniskeane. Anyone out their have any information on the Ardfield School in Co. Cork. MERRY CHRISTMAS Aine


Email:
bjsdan@home.com
Date:
12/11/99
Time:
8:16:13 AM

Comments

I would llve to reveive some brochures on travel through your county. If you mail such information, please mail it to: Ms.Blair Daniels 3892 Magnolia Rd Oceanside, CA 92054 Thank you, we plan on traveling through Ireland in fall 2000.


Email:
srg47@aol.com
Date:
12/11/99
Time:
5:54:52 AM

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Email:
eoin@irland.com
Date:
12/10/99
Time:
6:12:38 AM

Comments

good


Email:
jonnysalmon@hotmail.com
Date:
12/8/99
Time:
6:12:56 AM

Comments

could anyone e mail me with details of the distance between cork and dublin and of the best means of transport between the two...I am taking in to consideration that it will be wales v ireland that weekend. thanks very much Jon


Email:
tateen@msn.com
Date:
12/7/99
Time:
3:41:19 PM

Comments

I am looking forward to visiting your area in July. I haven't been there since I was a teenager, before I emigrated to Cincinnati, Ohio. Jackie Betley


Email:
GEORGYPY@AOL.COM
Date:
12/6/99
Time:
3:27:06 AM

Comments

HELLO TO CATHERINE DEMPSEY OF MYRTLESVILLE NEAR CROSSHAVEN:

IF ANYONE COULD GET A MESSAGE TO CATHERINE DEMPSEY UP THE ROAD IN MYRTLESVILLE FROM HER COUSINS GEORGE AND FIONULA MC CLOSKEY IN CALIFON, NEW JERSEY WE WOULD GREATLY APPRECIATE HEARING BACK FROM HER AS WE HAVE A BIT OF AN EMERGENCY OVER HERE AND WOULD APPRECIATE MAKING CONTACT WITH CATHERINE BY TELEPHONE WHICH HAS NOT WORKED TOO WELL ON OUR END.

SO, THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN PROVIDE BY RINGING HER LOCALLY AND TELLING HER TO RING US WHEN SHE GETS THE OPPORTUNITY AND WE KNOW WHEN SHE WILL BE HOME. ALTERNATIVELY, SHE COULD RING US LATE AT NIGHT OVER HERE AFTER 10 PM, SO SHE WOULD BE SURE TO GET US AT HOME.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR INTEREST AND CONCERN.


Email:
106552.700@compuserve.com
Date:
12/5/99
Time:
6:50:00 AM

Comments

I'd love to know how Mizen Head got it's name !


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Date:
12/4/99
Time:
3:42:08 PM

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Email:
HughMaguire@Compuserve.com
Date:
12/4/99
Time:
7:57:23 AM

Comments

Impressive web-site. But have you info on Cork City Buses ? Many Thanks


Email:
martinoldham@roseoftralee.ie
Date:
12/2/99
Time:
12:54:45 PM

Comments

MY NAME IS MARTIN OLDHAM, MY MOTHER , MAUREEN (nee Hartnett) WAS BORN IN LEAP. I WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM ANYONE FROM THIS GREAT PLACE.

SLAINTE


Email:
dculbertson@rheodyne.com
Date:
12/1/99
Time:
8:57:10 PM

Comments

I have been doing genealogy on the O'Sullivan family starting with Denis O'Sullivan who left Cork with his wife and two children in mid 1800's. Denis O'Sullivan was born in 1802 in Cork and had a brother named Richard. I have a lot of information about this family if anybody is interested. Don (Sullivan) Culbertson 5057 Country Club Drive Rohnert Park, California USA 94928 EMAIL: dculbertson@rheodyne.com


 

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