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Email:
jchlinsley@aol.com
Date:
31 Jan 1999
Time:
21:28:50

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Traveling with my girlfriend, want to stay on Cape Clear Island. Any recommendations?


Email:
Diederik.Heuts@village.uunet.be
Date:
31 Jan 1999
Time:
04:21:54

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I found this site while looking for info on the Beara-walk.

I would like to now how I can chat with some of your visitors. How do you get a Login an Password?


Email:
speakmo@aol.com
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
21:53:58

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I would like information about: Douglas village Ashton school Kinsale My husband and I are possibly coming to Ireland in the summer of 1999 or 2000. I lived in Ireland many years ago and am anxious to return


Email:
bobt@harding.sbceo.k12.ca.us
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
17:43:02

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Greetings from Santa Barbara, Calif. We have visited Cobh, the Heritage Center, and had a wonderful dinner at the Commodore Hotel. We will again be with you in July, 1999 to visit S. Ireland. Regards, Robert Townsend


Email:
deirdre.keane@diamond.co.uk
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
11:31:06

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I'm attempting a family tree. Any knowledge of Joseph Ignacious O'Brien from Fermoy County Cork, emigated to Nottingham late last century. He was a miner, had one surviving child. Mary Elizabeth Ann. Thank you


Email:
kathryn@nice-things.co.uk
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
08:14:43

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It was nice to see home again!


Email:
calmcobh@aol.com
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
02:35:26

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The first port I ever sailed into was Cobh. That was in 1958. It still is the most beautiful Port I have ever sailed into. Have not yet set foot on Irish soil. Hope to soon. It was also the last port my Grandmother and her Twin sister sailed from in the 1880s. I wonder if it was the beautiful welcome we recieved in your harbour that caused me to love the sea. Would also like to enter your chat area. Nora Fraher Cruise Agent.


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RichPS@aol.com
Date:
30 Jan 1999
Time:
01:51:15

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Will be spending the first week of March in Ireland. Looking for places to go and see. My step daugther was recently in Ireland and commented on the beauty of Bantry Bay. Your web site is very helpful in planning what to do in Cork.


Email:
<Gerard J. Nolan>bustours@rivnet.net
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
20:45:36

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Great webpage; a nice tribute to Cork and environs. We are supposedly descendants from settlers in the USA from Cork, but could never prove it despite our several visits there. Great grandfather surnamed Purtell. Left Cork with his three brothers during the famine. Gerard J. Nolan Callao, Va. USA


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scarpen7@hotmail.com
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
20:41:35

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I spent some time traveling through ireland...county cork is great. however, i have forgotten the name of the ruins of the castle outside of castletownbere. My name is scott from texas.


Email:
gilman@vom.com
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
20:06:50

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In July of this year my parents, William & Hanora Cotter and their six week old daughter, Eithne, will mark the 50th anniversary of their departure from Ireland for the United States. We are looking forward to receiving info from you.


Email:
a.cable@sibton.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
18:30:59

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a.cable@sibton.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
16:29:02

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I am trying to trace were in Cork my great grandfather John Cable was born in 1860 so far with no success - can anyone help?


Email:
a.cable@sibton,freeserve.co.uk
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
16:23:34

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I think this is an excellent web page


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aab06890@pop16.odn.ne.jp
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
14:03:55

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NNIKOLICH@AOL.COM
Date:
29 Jan 1999
Time:
00:02:40

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I'M TRYING TO FIND A CASH'S MAIL ORDER STORE. ID APPRECIATE ANY HELP LIKE AN EMAIL ADDRESS OR WEB SITE.GREETINGS FROM CHICAGO. NORA N.


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NNIKOLICH@AOL.COM
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
23:59:50

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I'M TRYING TO FIND A CASH'S MAIL ORDER STORE. ID APPRECIATE ANY HELP LIKE AN EMAIL ADDRESS OR WEB SITE.GREETINGS FROM CHICAGO. NORA N.


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seamusdaly@aol.comI
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
23:22:34

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Ilive in Washington St.Ileft Cloyne CO CORK in1966.Iam very interested in Golf and CorkHurling.I would like to talk to people with similar interests.


Email:
parrella@fiam.net
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
20:46:24

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I have thoroughly enjoyed using this guide to plan my week in Cork. Billy has been very helpful in answering all my questions. This publication is wonderful. Keep up the good work.


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mdc@duart.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
20:10:37

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I am looking for my cousin Martin Ryan who I believe runs the Kilmichael Bar at Bandon, with regard to tracing my family tree (Madden). Can anyone confirm that he is still running it? Any help/information would be much appreciated. Thanks Margaret


Email:
rshea67663@sol.com
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
18:47:25

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My family had It's beginnings in County Cork and I was just interested to find out more about it. In my research in the comming months I'm sure I use this site more. Thanks


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Allan@mansfield22.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
18:46:50

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In august/september 1999 my family and I will be visiting Ireland for the first time, what I want is a list of camp sites in the cork area, If any one can help then please e mail me, What ive seen of cork in books etc looks beautiful. Yours A.Mansfield (Sussex England)


Email:
rshea67663@sol.com
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
18:43:35

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My family had It's beginnings in County Cork and I was just interested to find out more about it. In my research in the comming months I'm sure I use this site more. Thanks


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dmilnor@freenet.columbus.oh.us
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
13:37:50

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Where may I find some scenic pictures of Ireland?


Email:
Banshee626@aol.com
Date:
28 Jan 1999
Time:
03:21:13

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Great site. Most comprehensive. Every County should have a site like this one.


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Date:
27 Jan 1999
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20:03:23

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hgarage@bulloch.com
Date:
27 Jan 1999
Time:
17:53:30

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I'm coming home. Yep, can't wait to get wild in Johnny's and Nellie's and the Castle Tavern. It's been three years and I'm ready for a down home kind of party. Georgia is fine but when it comes to fun, give me Allihies any day with the wild and crazy Keatings and all the cousins - Gowens, Dineens, etc. etc. Ballyhooly, here I come. Roll on Summer '99. Pat


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bailey55112@yahoo.com.
Date:
27 Jan 1999
Time:
02:30:08

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is there something wrong here? it does not seem that anyone can get into the loggin part of the website. why not? please let me know


Email:
bailey55112@yahoo.com.
Date:
27 Jan 1999
Time:
02:13:27

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i have been trying to get into the chat to talk to come people from cork is this possible?


Email:
btrack@iol.ie
Date:
26 Jan 1999
Time:
19:49:27

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Hi .. trying to sign up as a user on the chat .

Is there a particular format I should be using ??

Thanks


Email:
lorraine@cse.fau.edu
Date:
26 Jan 1999
Time:
13:58:01

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Visited Ireland in Aug 85,Oct 93 & Nov 94. Next time I visit, I just might stay. My husband was born in Cork and raised in Kerry, & I've been informed that as his widow, I can claim Irish citizenship. Love Ireland, most of all, love its people. Hopefully returning this yr. in the Fall when there are less American tourists.


Email:
ciara@medialive.ie
Date:
26 Jan 1999
Time:
05:21:56

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Great Site ! Keep up the great work ! Ciara http://www.medialive.ie


Email:
madair@hotmail.com
Date:
25 Jan 1999
Time:
14:31:51

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I used to live there in cork about 6 years ago,at saint lukes cross.I live in Texas,what a bad trade michael


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royr85@yahoo.com
Date:
25 Jan 1999
Time:
07:38:03

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I work as a teacher at a state adult education centre in Oslo, Norway. We have a project where we try to create three "virtual" villages in Ireland. The villages are situated in the Bantry Bay area, this means we have to gather information about the Bantry Bay area to make the simulation as "real" a s possible. It was a pleasure to see the information about the area on your homepage, it's amazing how close we came to the real Ireland in the descriptions of our virtual villages. Ireland IS a beautiful country. If you would like to take a look at the Simulation you can visit the following address: http://oyt.oulu.fi:800/telsipro/bin/user Since a username and password is required I would suggest that you e-mail to get these. I am sure that my students will enjoy learning more about Ireland through this simulation.


Email:
mtntop@cruzio.com
Date:
24 Jan 1999
Time:
14:47:33

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We will visiting Ireland in June of 1999. We plan on renting a car and staying in Bed and Breakfast facilities. Your site has been very helpful thus far. We will only have one week in Ireland and will take the southern route fron Dingle to Dublin. Any suggestions?

Dennis and Denise Mozeleski 325 Braemoor Drive Santa Cruz, California 95060


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Christina101@webtv.net
Date:
24 Jan 1999
Time:
14:41:50

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want to talk about webtv


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Date:
24/01/99
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05:41:11

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big.mlm@lineone.net
Date:
19 Jan 1999
Time:
20:06:53

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After visiting Cork city 2/3 times per year for the last ten years, I am looking forward to moving there next month (Feb). I am moving to Castlelyons, Co. Cork from Sunderland, U.K. Looking forward to making lots of new friends and the Guinness of course.


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ST RITA3@AOL.COM
Date:
18 Jan 1999
Time:
23:45:39

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JANUARY 18, 1999

MY NAME IS Brigid O'Brien. My grandmother was born and raised in County Cork. I miss her so much.

She died in 1985 at age 89. She was born Elizabeth Healy and I think she lived in Donoughmore or something that sounds like that.

Her youngest sister was Christina Porter (married name) and the family still has a dairy farm there.


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Date:
18 Jan 1999
Time:
19:33:05

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mraknes@c2i.net
Date:
18 Jan 1999
Time:
16:36:15

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4 of us was visiting your lovely country in 97 and drove around the whole country north and south. For shure we are coming back one day. Nice people and good food and lovely beer. We recomend it to all take the tour. Have a nice trip.


Email:
kyakjell@wirehub.nl
Date:
18 Jan 1999
Time:
15:33:10

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Your information is complete and well taken care off. Our (my wife and I) compliments. If possible add more pictures of the town and surrounding. Regards Paul Neumann


Email:
jeff-clark@bigfoot.com
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
22:24:01

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My wife and I visited Ireland in November for the first time and were, of course, entirely enchanted. We especially loved Cork and the surrounding enviorns. The people were delightful. We will be back!

Jeff & Penny Clark Nahant, MA USA


Email:
constab8@teche.net
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
22:13:48

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Web page is great just wish i could get in your chat room .

SEAN CANTY South Louisiana U.S.


Email:
constab8@teche.net
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
22:10:36

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webpage is great


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Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
19:45:31

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Happy 1999 to all visitors to this site. Come and see us here in West Cork some time during the year. You are all very welcome! Betty.


Email:
MONARCH381
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
19:10:42

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vimike@total.net
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
14:29:32

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Great web site. My wife and i are planning a trip in Sept 1999 with our two kids (6 yrs & 1 yr). Looking really forward to it. Would like to have more info on where to stay with small kids! Mike and Viviane Montreal, Canada


Email:
schoener@palm.a2000.nl
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
13:29:29

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Please wil you send me books with adresses of Bed&Breakfast homes in Ierland , We want to visit your country for three weeks by car. We wil start in Cork to the south and then the west coast to the north side and then middle Ierland , the east coast back to Cork. Thanks a lot Rob Schoen, Jaspersstraat 2, 1504GG-ZAANDAM HOLLAND


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JWC-38@WEBTV.NET
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
08:07:59

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Great site just like to look up my ancestors. Have a gool new year and god bless. Ergin go bar....


Email:
Dymvel@wxs.nl
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
06:11:58

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great site! Looking forward to our planned holiday in July to your region(kissing the Blarney stone a live long ambition!!)


Email:
Dymvel@wxs.nl
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
06:11:45

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great site! Looking forward to our planned holiday in July to your region(kissing the Blarney stone a live long ambition!!)


Email:
jtu547@tninet.se
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
05:36:56

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Hello to all my couisins in Cork! I hope to see you all soon. Lots of love Sarah Busteed.Sweden!


Email:
l.glennon@gte.com
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
00:30:01

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Loved your web site.Anyone with information on the Glennon clan of County Cork. My ancestor was Daniel Glennon born 1815 in County Cork and Immigrated about 1838. Timothy Glennon 2123 N. Shady Ct. VIsalia,Ca. USA 93291-3135.


Email:
l.glennon@gte.net
Date:
17 Jan 1999
Time:
00:15:50

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We really enjoyed your city's web page ,the Glennon's of California,USA.


Email:
jfkeohane@aol.com
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
23:52:24

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Very nice site. We hope to be back in Cork in 2001 for a Keohane family reunion.


Email:
jayswift@msn.com
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
23:39:05

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I'm looking for information on descendants of Richard and Frances Allen (Allan?) of southwest Cork, Ireland. Frances born Coughlan. One of their ten children, Elizabeth Allan married John St. Helens. Frances Coughlan Allan is my great-grandmother so going back through the generations they must have lived in the southwest Cork area in the early-ish 1800's. Any information will be appreciated.


Email:
Pkeoh@worldnet.att.net
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
14:32:48

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just looking for info. i'm vacationing in ireland in july and was surfing. Pat Keohane,NY,USA


Email:
mkathriner@hotmail.com
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
08:05:19

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We met a member of cork in lucerne, Switzerland, and heard a lot about your town.

Bye


Email:
saroneil@webtv.com
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
05:06:20

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Thanks, I've enjoyed your site and plan to visit your beautiful country by or before May 2000. Maybe this May.


Email:
saroneil@webtv.com
Date:
16 Jan 1999
Time:
04:58:43

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Thanks, I've enjoyed your site and plan to visit your beautiful country by or before May 2000.


Email:
StilyoFace@aol.com
Date:
15 Jan 1999
Time:
10:57:29

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Hello from Mike Desmond in North Dakota, USA. I am the brother of Connie in Lisheen.


Email:
joyceandperry@hotmail.com
Date:
14 Jan 1999
Time:
23:01:42

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Hi there, my husband and i are HUGE Rory Gallagher fans, and so we have planned a trip to Cork to pay our respects at his resting place, visit "crowley's music store" where he bought his first guitar, and to tip a guinness with friends to his memory. but most of all, to visit your beautifull country which he spoke of with such love and warmth, he said he felt peacfull there, and from all that we have seen here and in countless pictures and stories, i know we will too! see you in may,99!!!!!! perry and joyce Lichtenberger


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Jjl7344@aol.com
Date:
14 Jan 1999
Time:
19:30:00

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My ancestry stretches back to Kinsale. Does anyone know the name Coleman. Family history says that my great grandfather was the harbour master at Kinsale. My grandfather ran away from home when he was 12. he sailed the great schooners out from Cork and told great tales of rounding the Horn in storms whilst up on the yards. He even worked on one of the New York bridges before settling in Birkenhead England where he worked at Cammel Laird. For his sake I would dearly like to trace Irish relatives. I have visited Ireland many times but had no success.


Email:
wriordan@mail.neurology.rochester.edu
Date:
14 Jan 1999
Time:
13:49:30

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Mighty


Email:
sdanico@webtv.net
Date:
13 Jan 1999
Time:
23:13:12

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Ireland is so beautiful, but most of us will never travel there. Except in Cyberspace.I need some things to Link to so I can set up Webpages for Cyber Travel.I want pictures and info on Balarney. I enjoyed my visit here.

Gerry England


Email:
mary@fqr.com
Date:
13 Jan 1999
Time:
18:23:04

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I think you web page is going to help me with my trip to Ireland. Thanks! Mary


Email:
RCramer310@AOL.COM
Date:
13 Jan 1999
Time:
17:28:59

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Love Ireland ... Will be back in ireland in June ... Looking for a place to rent for the month


Email:
tdb0777@sbsheriff.org
Date:
13 Jan 1999
Time:
16:32:59

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Great site! Lots of good info. Visiting the first of February this year. My mother's great grandparents emigrated from Cork in the mid-1800's - Michael Donovan and Ellen Connell. Terry Donovan Brown, Santa Barbara, CA USA


Email:
dmerss@chesco.com
Date:
13 Jan 1999
Time:
14:30:06

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It's a nice site for those planning to go, as well as those who are still dreaming. I've been so lucky as to have visited many times....and will be back again.


Email:
daly@ocean.ucc.ie
Date:
12 Jan 1999
Time:
04:41:52

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I've lived in Cork all my life (23 years) everythig in this web site is all true. Cork is the Capitol of the South. UP THE REBELS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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IrishCharm1@Yahoo.Com
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
22:42:35

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Hi, My family is from Ireland,from Cork, Mayo. I was adopted in 1955, My Mothers name was, Marjorie Gearin, I think they dropped the O' I am dying to go there and find any family, that I might have. If you know anyone with that name, Please let me know, My parents are gone, need to know some family. Ireland is the most beautiful country I have ever seen, but only in pictures. Please e- mail me if you can help, or my icq # is 20764923. Thank You, Joni


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IrishCharm!@Yahoo.Com
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
22:41:05

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Hi, My family is from Ireland,from Cork, Mayo. I was adopted in 1955, My Mothers name was, Marjorie Gearin, I think they dropped the O' I am dying to go there and find any family, that I might have. If you know anyone with that name, Please let me know, My parents are gone, need to know some family. Ireland is the most beautiful country I have ever seen, but only in pictures. Please e- mail me if you can help, or my icq # is 20764923. Thank You, Joni


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MCARBERY@COMTEL.CO.UK
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
18:34:16

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Just thouht i would take a visit at my name place.....I`ll be back in Cappamore CO.Limerick to see the cousins in May `99 good luck to you all and keep up the good work.


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11 Jan 1999
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11 Jan 1999
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MMKEANE@GLAM.AC.UK
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
12:34:32

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GOING HOME AGAIN FOR SAUCE. NOTHING LIKE CORK TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD FOR DRINK AND WOMEN TAKE IT HANDY MEN , I'M COMING HOME.


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MMKEANE@GLAM.AC.UK
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
12:34:23

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GOING HOME AGAIN FOR SAUCE. NOTHING LIKE CORK TO GET YOU IN THE MOOD FOR DRINK AND WOMEN TAKE IT HANDY MEN , I'M COMING HOME.


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mcuddy@mailgate.drew.buffalo.k12.ny.us
Date:
11 Jan 1999
Time:
12:08:11

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We are coming to see Ireland. This is a good place to start our plan. Thank you.


Email:
mneligan@tinet.ie
Date:
10 Jan 1999
Time:
14:39:10

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, It's a good website!!

Well done!


Email:
tacobb@prodigy.net
Date:
10 Jan 1999
Time:
13:46:33

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Your site is ver informative. I would like to receive all travel to Ireland information via e-mail.Is that possible??


Email:
jan.gramner@swipnet.se
Date:
10 Jan 1999
Time:
13:23:03

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We stayed here for 2 days in June last year and we had a marvellous time. Kinsale is indeed a beautiful little town. Smithwick`s tasted wonderful at The Mad Monk. We really long to go to Kinsale again.


Email:
Siverfx@im3.com
Date:
10 Jan 1999
Time:
12:19:18

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looking to return in the spring. loved it in 97 .... Maybe I wouln't get lost this time..... need info,please that what is avalible

Robert Rodgers po box 781 Van Wert Ohio usa 45891


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colin_jackson@yeldham.freeserve.co.uk
Date:
09 Jan 1999
Time:
13:39:56

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we are going to visit ireland again in march. this time with friends and staying in killarney. we would be grateful of any info on places to see and visit and details of evening events. we will be there for the 12/13/14th.match. thank you for a wonderful country and people it looks like we will return yearly.


Email:
redmen_71@yahoo.com
Date:
09 Jan 1999
Time:
01:53:53

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I would love to visit your country. I have a friend that just traveled there because her father is ill. Her name is Lisa Fitzgerald. Her and her family flew from Mass. in the U.S. My sister has visited your country a few times. I am trying to find a Irish Walking Stick....the one made famous because it was presented to President Kennedy...would love to have a replica.....Someday I hope to visit your lovely country...


Email:
norbie@iglou.com
Date:
09/01/99
Time:
06:15:21

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I am beginning a search for Thomas Donegan said to have left Cork in the mid to late 1800's for the port of New Orleans. His son Louis resided in the Cincinnati, Ohio area for most of his life and passed away in the 1970's Catherine O'Reagan.

Norb Donegan


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Date:
07 Jan 1999
Time:
18:18:52

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I'm a cloyne chick and I am really dissapointed that there is not enough info on Cloyne. I agree with ruacolleen cloyne rocks! Cork is a place to be proud of and I am glad that the web page shows the wankers ie. Miguel that he would be better being a Micheal than a Miguel and at least we are famous for hospiality and richness as a whole society rather than for peri-peri hot sauce! cork...keep on being the best county in Eire!!!! Best wishes Sanchia x.


Email:
Indrastuff@hotmail.com
Date:
07 Jan 1999
Time:
05:22:41

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Fantastic discriptions of every town and city in Co.Cork.I really think a great job is done here. i'm sure a lot of people will love Ireland when they read these pages.


Email:
richard.rankin@unisys.com
Date:
07 Jan 1999
Time:
00:58:48

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Would like to see a graph or chart showing annual rainfall by month. Same thing for temperture and sun shine. Thanks much Dick Rankin


Email:
brownthb@bcsnet.net
Date:
06 Jan 1999
Time:
20:46:23

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Great web site. My roots go back to the O'brien clan of County Cork. Thomas H. Brown P.O. Box 186 Luling, Texas 78648 USA


Email:
rovtec@indigo.ie
Date:
06 Jan 1999
Time:
17:29:25

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Not very up to date with events and gigs etc etc...


Email:
jdjclayton@aol.com
Date:
06 Jan 1999
Time:
17:23:25

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Enjoyed your 'tour' from my keyboard. I am a resident of Pennsylvania, America, and have relatives in Cork County. Thanks for the information!


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mangellheller@linccap.com
Date:
06 Jan 1999
Time:
14:05:10

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We're planning on travelling to Ireland for New Years' eve - 1999. What's the weather like and where is the best spot to spend new years' eve???


Email:
BOXMAN1@ATT.NET
Date:
06 Jan 1999
Time:
01:22:05

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THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE VISITED YOUR SITE. FOUND IT TO BE VERY INTERESTING. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK


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dan@itgworld.com
Date:
05 Jan 1999
Time:
17:46:53

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I would like to hear from Harringtons or Sullivans with roots in Cork, and whose families travelled to Montana, as mine did.

My maternal parents names were Crawford and Dolan.

Sincerely,

Daniel B. Harrington


Email:
pbucks@juno.com
Date:
05 Jan 1999
Time:
16:47:15

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I have visited Kinsale and felt very much at home. My grandfather, John J. Moran left there in the late 1890's He settled in Arlington, Massachusetts after marrying my grandmother, Mary Murphy from Courtmacsherry, Cork. Together they raised six children. My husband and I visited in '87 but we would love to bring our five children over.


Email:
waltercoolen@introweb.nl
Date:
05 Jan 1999
Time:
15:30:29

Comments

wonderful site. I am still exploring all the details!


Email:
jetvet@compuserve.com
Date:
05 Jan 1999
Time:
11:44:10

Comments

On 3 Jan 99, I mentioned that we were interested in visiting county Cork this year. I'm learning more about my Irish roots. Are the surnames McGrath and McGrough related? Also, I've heard that my grandfather changed his name to McGraw after moving to America because people here mispronounced the name McGrough. Does anybody have any comments on this? Thanks, Bill Milcarek


Email:
Annette.Tiller@global-one.co.uk
Date:
05 Jan 1999
Time:
09:59:06

Comments

Is there anywhere near Cork, where I can arrange off-road landrover driving for a day / couple of hours around 7th /8th May 1999?


Email:
johnkelso@yahoo.com
Date:
04 Jan 1999
Time:
05:44:40

Comments

I have one question? Where could I find a guide around my age to show me the area. I am going to be in country around march 1999 and would like to get around with someone my age that shares the same ideas. John,in California age 34. Thank you!


Email:
sdm_doyle@hotmail.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
22:13:46

Comments

Hello from Michael Doyle, Flandreau, SD. Decendent of Co. Wexford, IR


Email:
mfoley@theriver.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
18:13:26

Comments

To Mr Miguel Luden : Your very rude message on the Cork Guide today reveals more about yourself than anything else. You don' say whether you have visited Ireland or lived there, yet you seem to be an authority on that subject. Are you living in a cave or what, that you haven't heard about the tremendous ecomomic boom in Ireland, resulting in a huge influx of people back to Ireland because of the great employment opportunities there. Do you think that we will all be greatly influenced by your crude letter, which shows that you can neither spell nor type!! Yet you call the Irish race "ignorant bastards". Yes indeed, you have given Portugese tourism a big shot in the arm, I'm sure we will all be rushing out tomorrow to book flights to your lovely country!! Get a life, Miguel!


Email:
mfoley@theriver.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
18:13:16

Comments

To Mr Miguel Luden : Your very rude message on the Cork Guide today reveals more about yourself than anything else. You don' say whether you have visited Ireland or lived there, yet you seem to be an authority on that subject. Are you living in a cave or what, that you haven't heard about the tremendous ecomomic boom in Ireland, resulting in a huge influx of people back to Ireland because of the great employment opportunities there. Do you think that we will all be greatly influenced by your crude letter, which shows that you can neither spell nor type!! Yet you call the Irish race "ignorant bastards". Yes indeed, you have given Portugese tourism a big shot in the arm, I'm sure we will all be rushing out tomorrow to book flights to your lovely country!! Get a life, Miguel!


Email:
CROXFORDS@xtra.co.nz
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
17:45:11

Comments

We have a Bed and Breakfast here in Golden Bay in New Zealand, we have just had some people from Cork staying with us by the name of Mulcahy and they have enjoyed themselves here and some day we would like to reciprocate and visit their town!!


Email:
my@me.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
17:25:45

Comments

Greetings from Norway!

The Cork Guide guide brings back happy memories

to this ancient monument!


Email:
miguel_luder@hotmail.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
16:07:56

Comments

what the hell is so bloody interesting about Eire? you people have a very touristic notion of Ireland, what about if you try to work and to live there?! Maybe then you would think twice! Don't the irish people laugh when they ear these ridiculous pantomine non-sense?! Ignorant bastards!!!!...by the way, visit Portugal whenever you can. (no ofense).


Email:
SIMOND@IAFRICA.COM
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
12:06:33

Comments

FROM :- RICHARD DONOVAN - CAPE TOWN - SOUTH AFRICA

I RECENTLY CAME ACROSS MY GRANDFATHER'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE AMONGST PAPERS FOUND AFTER MY FATHER'S DEATH AND WOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR ANY INFORMATION REGARDING SURVIVING RELATIVES IN CORK.

MY GREAT GRANDFATHER WAS PATRICK DONOVAN, NOT VERY ORIGINAL I'M AFRAID AND MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER HAD NO LESS ORIGINAL A NAME, MARY (NEE LEARY) MY GRANDFATHER,ALFRED DANIEL DONOVAN WAS BORN IN WELLINGTON ROAD IN CORK ON 31 JANUARY 1876. HE TRAVELLED TO SOUTH AFRICA IN 1903 AND SETTLED IN CAPE TOWN WHERE HE FOUNDED A NEWSPAPER,'THE CAPE' IN 1907. HE MARRIED MINNIE DE SMIDT, THE DAUGHTER OF A PROMINENT CAPE TOWN FAMILY AND HAD TWO CHILDREN, JESSIE, MY AUNT AND ALFRED LAWRENCE, MY FATHER.

I WOULD BE PLEASED TO RECEIVE DETAILS OF ANYBODY IN A POSITION TO DO SOME RESEARCH ON MY BEHALF. MY POSTAL ADDRESS IS:- P.O.BOX 2009 CLAREINCH - 7740 REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA


Email:
jetvet@compuserve.com
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
11:35:57

Comments

My Grandparents are from county Cork (McGrough) and my goal this year is to take ( or get someone from my family to take ) my Mom to Cork as she has never been to Ireland. I am also looking forward to visiting Ireland.


Email:
SIMOND@IAFRICA.COM
Date:
03 Jan 1999
Time:
11:24:09

Comments

I UNDERSTAND THERE IS TO BE A REUNION OF THE DONOVANS NEXT YEAR. PLEASE LET ME HAVE ANY FURTHER INFORMATION SO WE CAN PLAN ACCORDINGLY.

RICHARD DONOVAN - CAPE TOWN - REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA


Email:
waustin@cyberhighway.net
Date:
02 Jan 1999
Time:
19:43:34

Comments

I was wandering if a companey that made a fruit cake I have had for over thirty years is still in bussness. The cake was made by F H Thompson & sons LTD. in Cork Ireland. It was sold in a sealed can which has never been opened,I foud it in my Christmas Decorations, and was interested in getting another one as I doubt this one is still fresh. I would return this one to your city at my expense if anyone was interested in displaying it.


Email:
cjclinton@home.com
Date:
02 Jan 1999
Time:
14:18:52

Comments

Can't wait to come there for a holiday. Happy New Year


Email:
brywilsn@concentric.net
Date:
02 Jan 1999
Time:
00:17:45

Comments

I am missing some very dear friends of mine. Kevin and Edel Morrison. Kevin is in the Navy (or was in 1992). Their 2 oldest children are Stephen and Eric. They used to live on Seaview Tce in Cobh.

Another person I seek is Margaret Chandler. If I remember right, her family owns the Welcome Inn.

If you know how I can contact them, please let me know.

Bryan


Email:
racassidy@compuserve.com
Date:
02 Jan 1999
Time:
00:12:57

Comments

The Mrs.and I Have been there twice. It is our hope to bring thr Gradnchildren next.

Nr&Mrs Robert A. Cassidy 2157 Baton Rouge Weston, Florida, USA. 33326


Email:
NTNII
Date:
01 Jan 1999
Time:
22:25:33

Comments

looking for any people with the last name Naughton


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