accommodation.gif (1082 bytes)

attractions.gif (1020 bytes)

business.gif (987 bytes)

entertainment.gif (1070 bytes)

Events.gif (949 bytes)

food & drink.gif (1060 bytes)

genealogy.gif (1041 bytes)

news & info.gif (1066 bytes)

search.gif (964 bytes)

shopping.gif (981 bytes)

signguest.gif (1116 bytes)

sports.gif (930 bytes)

towns.gif (945 bytes)

travel.gif (930 bytes)

weather.gif (1000 bytes)

cglogo1.gif (9172 bytes)
Read Guestbook

 

sign_guestbook.gif (5601 bytes)

View Guestbook

 


Email:
mspindel@yahoo.com 
Date:
3/30/00
Time:
4:58:38 PM

Comments

I am looking for Bernie O'Sullivan from Bantry Bay. He lived in SF from about 1987 until about 1998. He has sisters named Patty, Martina, Peggy, Nora and Mary and brothers named Tim and Jerrad who live in Bantry/Cork. If anyone knows how to contact him please let me know because I will be in the area in May. Thank you!!


Email:
emrite@hotmail.com 
Date:
3/30/00
Time:
10:31:25 AM

Comments

Hello everybody in Cork. My name is Malcolm Wright and I was born in Liverpool, the capital of Ireland as every Irishman knows. My aunt lives in Lisburn, Ulster but we moved to Mississauga, Ontario 20 years ago. My aunt and my father have tried without success to find our relatives in Cork. My grandmother's name was Mary Ellen Mathews, born at 6 James Square, Cork on May 25, 1888. Her father's name was Michael Mathews and her mother Hannah ( nee Cronin ). My gran moved to Liverpool in the early 1900's I think. We lost touch with her family. She lost one husband in the First War then another in 1929. He was a fireman in Liverpool and was killed on duty.The kids ended up in orphanages and homes all over England and Wales, with one emigrating to Canada. I would appreciate any information on Mathews or Cronin families in the area. I've got 6 kids so if they're anything like me I've got hundreds of relatives there.Is 6 James Square still standing ??? If there are any photos about I would like to see some. Look forward to hearing from family Malcolm Wright


Email:
timoxburgh@hotmail.com
Date:
3/30/00
Time:
10:06:13 AM

Comments

Can anyone help? I want the address of companies that might be able to help me find a wheelchair bound man in co.Cork? Any help would be appreciated. Thank-you.


Email:
lilldebi@hotmail.com
Date:
3/29/00
Time:
6:50:32 PM

Comments

Loved the site and will come back to visit again. Thanks!


Email:
bonnie.mcmahon@ico.com 
Date: 
3/29/00
Time:
5:57:16 AM

Comments

Hi,

I am originally from Mallow town. Left there in 1974.Although I go back nearly every year I have lost contact with lots of my old school friends. St. Marys Secondary School and Mallow Vocational School - anyone out there?????

Bonnie Flynn.


Email:
bonn
Date:
3/29/00
Time:
5:53:00 AM

Comments


Email:
lebirdsportif@hotmail.com 
Date:
3/29/00
Time:
3:26:27 AM

Comments

i was wondering does anyone know of Ann Harvey, Bandon, Co.Cork??? she was a blind horse rider who competed in the special olympics??? if anyone knows of her and has some info, i would love to hear from you as i am hoping to do a project on her for my course in college! write asap!!!!


Email:
IRISHPAPADON@aol.com 
Date:
3/28/00
Time:
4:28:20 PM

Comments

I am attempting to identify the parents of Denis O'Sullivan aka: Dennis Sullivan who was born in County Cork approx. 1802. It is recorded in his family bible that he was a descendant from the O'Sullivan-Beare clan which defended the Dunboy Castle in the 1600's. Dennis Sullivan married Ellen Crowley approx. 1823 in Ireland. He brought his family to America (Philadelphia) in 1831. Dennis had a brother named Richard O'Sullivan who married Anna Driscoll. Prior to leaving Ireland, all of Dennis's children were baptized at: St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Bandon, County Cork. Children of Dennis and Ellen were: Elizabeth b. 1826, Charles b. 1830, Richard b. 1832 and John b. 1844.

Please contact me at: IRISHPAPADON@aol.com with any information

Thank you, Don


Email:
Date:
3/28/00
Time:
12:00:12 PM

Comments

Iesa here Im from Cork City living in New Zealand,quite impressed with the site good to catch up.


Email:
griesmail@zeelandnet.nl 
Date:
3/28/00
Time:
10:03:29 AM

Comments

just look below!!!


Email:
Date:
3/28/00
Time:
10:00:56 AM

Comments

hi !! this is vinny from the netherlands and i have a girlfrend in kinsail hendrien van der kroon if you know her,pleas tell her that i love her! she knows me well so it isn,t a problem . you won,t be smacked in youre face!! : ) just say that i love her! thank,s!! vincent boom.


Email:
stevenfromutica@webtv.net 
Date:
3/27/00
Time:
6:28:12 PM

Comments

I am looking for the Venn or Vinn surname in clondulane.


Email:
ruby@innova.net 
Date:
3/27/00
Time:
11:52:35 AM

Comments

Hi, I am from West Union, South Carolina, USA. I would like to know where the Catholic Parish of Dromtarriff is. I was told that it was in Mallow, is that correct. Thanks for your help. Bob Rubel


Email:
Danlakest@aol.com 
Date:
3/26/00
Time:
8:39:45 PM

Comments

This is a great country. Looking for any information regarding the name Milligan.


Email:
maytrav@aol.com 
Date:
3/26/00
Time:
3:55:41 PM

Comments

Looking for the David Conroy family, from Ballyclough, County Cork, Ireland - Migrated to Canada (Peterbourgh) around edmonton in late 1700s' and why can't I access anything about conroy geneology on this site?


Email:
capaok@lycosmail.com 
Date:
3/25/00
Time:
10:45:55 PM

Comments

L'Associazione per ragazzi "BRUCALIFFO" di Prato in Toscana (Italy)ha visitato questo sito veramente interessante. Sarebbe bello organizzare un viaggio per un piccolo gruppo di ragazzi e vivere direttamente le vostre feste, vedere la verde Irlanda ed anche fare scambi di famiglie! Chissa' se qualcuno che crede davvero nell'Europa Unita ci potra' aiutare! Noi facciamo Teatro per ragazzi con i burattini, laboratori scolastici di teatro collegato alla didattica etc. Write us, please.....and thank you Paola


Email:
ronniehorton@webtv.net 
Date:
3/25/00
Time:
7:39:55 PM

Comments

Very well done site! I very much appreciate you efforts. I am seeking information on the Keily family from Derrinagree, Mallow, Cork.


Email:
jamn2@wcoil.com
Date:
3/25/00
Time:
2:09:20 PM

Comments

Very interesting and educational


Email:
bmmoore@rcn.com
Date:
3/25/00
Time:
5:56:08 AM

Comments

Visited Cork six years ago loved it on my way back this coming week checked out this site it is awsome. gave me alot of info.


Email:
bmmoore@rcn.com
Date:
3/25/00
Time:
5:49:44 AM

Comments

Visited Cork six years ago loved it on my way back this coming week


Email:
regina_o__brien@hotmail.com
Date:
3/24/00
Time:
5:30:54 PM

Comments

dear Darrens friend I htink this new site is great and i think u will go far with it Best of luck in the future Regina


Email:
Snyder@worldnet.att.net
Date:
3/23/00
Time:
5:49:51 PM

Comments

Looking for geneolocical info on O'toole (Catherine)family, but it seems most of the links on your site aren't working. Thanks I'll try back later. Steve - Miami,Florida USA


Email:
laelak@iol.ie
Date:
3/23/00
Time:
2:02:43 PM

Comments

I will be visiting Kinsale this weekend and checked out the internet for information on restaurants, attractions, pubs etc.

I was very impressed with the site - lots of information, easy to follow , great photos of restaurants etc. 100% Well Done

Looking forward to visiting Kinsale.

Sheila O'Kelly Dublin


Email:
joaniethebogs@aol.com
Date:
3/23/00
Time:
7:15:25 AM

Comments

bantry is the best,love that place


Email:
paula_ohare@yahoo.com
Date:
3/23/00
Time:
4:16:30 AM

Comments

Hello my name is Paula O'Hare and I am currently researching my family history. My great grandmother was called Margaret Barry, she was an Irish folk singer in the 1950's right up to her death in 1989. She sang and played the banjo. She played in pubs, clubs and festiavls in Ireland, England and America. She grew up in Cork but I don't know where or who her family were. Recently I found her old passport and it states that her name used to be Cleary. I hope someone out there can help, please get in touch if you know anything.


Email:
dksvette@aol.com
Date:
3/22/00
Time:
9:49:30 PM

Comments

I'm very interested in KINSALE. My name is David Kinsale and our family history is very limited. Now that I'm retired I would like to see the area and explore our genealogy. Along with the Kirkconnell side of the family.


Email:
computer1@sosinet.net
Date:
3/22/00
Time:
6:49:13 PM

Comments

The "Events" listed on this web Page are for the year 1999! It is now the year 2000. When will the "Current" attractions be posted?


Email:
computer1@sosinet.net
Date:
3/22/00
Time:
6:38:57 PM

Comments

The "Attractions" listed on this web Page are for the year 1999! It is now the year 2000. When will the "Current" attractions be posted?


Email:
holidayhaven@yoginovascotia.com
Date:
3/21/00
Time:
3:09:31 PM

Comments

Hi I am looking for a pub called The Fox and the Hound. I think that it is/was owned by the Creamer family. I am trying to find Tom from this family. Can you help PLEASE. Stefani Land Davies


Email:
jmaloney@montana.com
Date:
3/21/00
Time:
1:15:08 PM

Comments

I live in Butte Montana, and I do all my internet on Ireland. I have been there 3 times, & I thouroughly enjoyed every minute of it. I have relatives in that area, I we got to see them when were there.


Email:
haliso@aol.com
Date:
3/21/00
Time:
6:41:19 AM

Comments

Hi,I have been three times in your city and I think I'll come back soon. Is there a volleyball club in cork, because my team is interested to have a match in cork.


Email:
haliso@aol.com
Date:
3/21/00
Time:
6:40:12 AM

Comments

Hi,I have been three times in your city and I think I'll come back soon. Is there a volleyball club in cork, because my team is interested to have a match in cork.


Email:
www.giota_rg@yahoo.com
Date:
3/21/00
Time:
12:10:17 AM

Comments

it seems like a very beautiful city


Email:
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
3:31:57 PM

Comments


Email:
bodonogh@wcwood.com
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
1:55:28 PM

Comments

Very good site.

My boss is going to Cork in a few weeks time and asked me to get information about hotels, the local area and proximity to the airport. Your site provided all this and more. Great job.

Brendan O'Donoghue


Email:
philip_murphy@harvard.edu
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
10:36:25 AM

Comments

I would like to get some information about Marne Bridge its a small town about 40 miles from Cork City. My ancestors came form there. Can you help me please.Thank You for any information that you may e-mail me.


Email:
sean@callcomm
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
6:57:30 AM

Comments


Email:
nvkate@hotmail.com
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
5:40:45 AM

Comments

My father tells me his grandfather, James Collins left County Cork when his wife was carring my grandfather, John Patrick Collins, who was born in England in the 1800's. I am trying to gather more family information so I may one day visit Ireland and visit the place of my family's origin.


Email:
wdonovan@bioresearches.co.nz
Date:
3/20/00
Time:
12:55:07 AM

Comments

Hi there,

We are planning to come to your area from New Zealand to attend the Donovan Clan reunion in June. Really looking forward to our visit. May we suggest that you update your events site as at this stage it does not contain any information on 2000 at all. Unfortunately also we did not see the Donovan name in your list of names of families from your area. Hope all is well with everyone in Cork and best wishes from New Zealand. Cathy and Wayne Donovan


Email:
nanbgtim@uswest.net
Date:
3/19/00
Time:
2:48:26 PM

Comments

I have been into this item before, asking for information. No Luck so far. Will try again in a few weeks.


Email:
cool_darren@talk21.com
Date:
3/19/00
Time:
2:48:07 PM

Comments

this is a very interesting site but i cant find Trabolgan.


Email:
davelocke70@hotmail.com
Date:
3/19/00
Time:
1:17:58 AM

Comments

great Web Site. Looking forward to visiting Cork next weekend


Email:
jjhales@mybc,com
Date:
3/18/00
Time:
10:15:39 PM

Comments

looking for sid barber for a freind in terrace, canada


Email:
the.fitzs@worldnet.att.net
Date:
3/18/00
Time:
8:10:16 PM

Comments

FITZGIBBON - family own bakery on the waterfront Cork City - believe it was Thompson Street - large Irish family - my father was born in the late 1800's - he left for NYC and settled in the Bronx, NY, USA. Can anyone help us in our search?

Matthew Finbar Fitzgibbon - son


Email:
Aljets@t-online.de
Date:
3/18/00
Time:
1:23:35 PM

Comments

Hello!

We are looking for a flat to rent in the near of Cork for about 6 months. Monthly rate not more than 150-200 IRP. Please send a mail to : Aljets@t-online.de

Thanks Sandra


Email:
shay799@yahoo.co.uk
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
9:58:25 PM

Comments

A very impressive site! I especially found the genealogy site an eye opener.I had been looking for some information on the Irish side of the family and found it here.


Email:
maryhayes@mediaone.net
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
3:48:12 PM

Comments

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW MUCH PER NIGHT IN DOLLARS.. AND HOW MANY PER STAY PER NIGHT


Email:
TJSULLIVAN@EIRCOM.NET
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
11:43:39 AM

Comments

\\\\\\\\\\\\\\GREAT I ENJOYED IT.


Email:
barryassociates@netcentral.co.uk
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
5:47:00 AM

Comments

I have logged on in the hope that someone may point me to a website for Killavullen(nr)Mallow. I am trying to build a historical picture of this place and in particular for the Barry family from Monanimy Upper.I was reared on the farm there and I would like to know more. Anyone able to help.

Regards

Kevin Barry


Email:
joolsirwin@hotmail.com
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
5:11:07 AM

Comments

i think overall its a good site but being from cork myself i thought you were a bit sparse with some details,it was a bit too brief and didnt really give enough info.If anyone needs info regarding cork feel free to e mail me. Julie


Email:
joolsirwin@hotmail.com
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
5:02:27 AM

Comments

i think overall its a good site but being from cork myself i thought you were a bit sparse with some details,it was a bit too brief and didnt really give enough info.


Email:
kiom@wxs.nl
Date:
3/17/00
Time:
2:43:50 AM

Comments

great site, easy access, no long waiting periods for ingenious lay-outs. I printed the map and I find that the names are difficult to read, perhaps you could make that a bit sharper. It is just an indication to find your way, but: important! Thank you.


Email:
jonpohl@hotmail.com
Date:
3/16/00
Time:
1:55:53 PM

Comments

I am looking forward to visiting cork in May. See you then!


Email:
Clochan@bellsouth.net
Date:
3/16/00
Time:
12:30:43 PM

Comments

Failte, agus dhia duit! WE are Irish and living in America, and seek property for renovation in the Bantry Area and surroundings in Cork. We are from Kerry (meself) and clifden respectively. Please forward any e-mail on with any information. Go raibh mile maith agat! Slan abhille, Kate


Email:
hblair1@twcny.rr.com
Date:
3/16/00
Time:
7:09:04 AM

Comments

any kayaking opportunities? Who should I ask?


Email:
MDFoster@att.net
Date:
3/14/00
Time:
10:34:55 PM

Comments

I was in the u.s.marines and the ship i was in stopped at COBH,that was in about april of 1984.The people in the town were very freindly and even had a town party for us!A beautiful town,great for photographers,to go to IRELAND and not go to cohb/cork would be missing a great spot.If this is read by someone in Cobh that knows Mary O'Keefe,tell her that mark still remembers.GOD BLESS.


Email:
bsf@nb.sympatico.ca
Date:
3/14/00
Time:
3:22:19 PM

Comments

Top of the mornin' to ya by! Looking forward to going visit to my ancestral home (Young/Barry), Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland. Can't wait to travel over the water to get there.

Mike Young, New Brunswick, Canada


Email:
sedsav@aol.com
Date:
3/14/00
Time:
2:56:35 PM

Comments

I am planning on visiting Castletownsend this summer and stay at Bow Hall. Site is very nice but cannot find any info on above.


Email:
david.simpson@pool.net
Date:
3/14/00
Time:
5:36:58 AM

Comments

I am trying to get in touch with Des Cunningham and/or Tommy Rassmussen both friends of mine from University who come from Cobh. If anyone knows hwo I could get in touch please email me - thanks.


Email:
bibianegy@hotmail.com
Date:
3/13/00
Time:
7:01:13 PM

Comments

Hello. I am definitely interested in visiting the homeland of my ancestors (on my mother's side) this coming autumn . Could someone be kind enough to let me know if and how to visit Cork County either by bicycle or by horse. I'd really like to spend some time in family style hostelling (because i love your accent)or on camping grounds. I am planning to stay for around 4 weeks . Please contact me at the above address. Thank you kindly . Gilles-Yvon Gagnon

p.s. My internet adress is bibianegy@hotmail.com


Email:
bibiane@hotmail.com
Date:
3/13/00
Time:
7:00:01 PM

Comments

Hello. I am definitely interested in visiting the homeland of my ancestors (on my mother's side) this coming autumn . Could someone be kind enough to let me know if and how to visit Cork County either by bicycle or by horse. I'd really like to spend some time in family style hostelling (because i love your accent)or on camping grounds. I am planning to stay for around 4 weeks . Please contact me at the above address. Thank you kindly . Gilles-Yvon Gagnon


Email:
Date:
3/13/00
Time:
12:42:28 PM

Comments


Email:
harjinder.nijjer@westlondon.com
Date:
3/13/00
Time:
4:14:39 AM

Comments

Hi, i've been trying to secure some accommodation for the 16th-19th March on the city of Cork... with little success. I found this site and thought it would answer all my dreams. Now I've found a few suitable B&B's but when I tried to phone them, the number were incorrect. I then tried e-mailing the B&B's but have received no reply, I have now send an on-line booking and hopefully will receive confirmation in 24hrs time! If I don't hear anything by then I will start to worry. Can anyone help?

Thanks

Miss Harjinder Nijjer


Email:
goodboring@aol.com
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
8:03:19 PM

Comments

Still think it's a nice site.....but the Events Calendar hasn't been update for 2000!!! Too bad; people would like to be able to plan.


Email:
goodboring@aol.com
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
7:34:21 PM

Comments

Nice web site. See you in June 2000!!!


Email:
rouine@indigo.ie
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
1:34:08 PM

Comments

I was in crosshaven to-day,to look up my roots or so they say,Iwas born in 13MarriedQuarters FortCamden,Crosshavenon 8/1/42to Nellie ANDWALTER Ryan(Rouine) Did any body know them? Dad was a Tailor. My name is Declan. Eriee tracing your steps after solong.


Email:
rouine@indigo.ie
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
1:17:24 PM

Comments

Looking foward to reading all the material


Email:
barbonza@indigo.ie
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
11:19:47 AM

Comments

Stay in the Eccles Hotel Glengarriff. Ask for sexy Colin. Watch out he is totally loyal to his girlfriend though!! Look but you can't touch. The hotel is not bad either!!


Email:
Irishpoets@aol.com
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
11:11:22 AM

Comments

Join our St Patrick's Day celebrations and find FREE help for writers of Irish poetry, images of Ireland, recipies, family trace and much more. www.irishpoetsworldwide.com


Email:
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
4:51:33 AM

Comments


Email:
mandi@mankar.demom.co.uk
Date:
3/12/00
Time:
4:49:26 AM

Comments

One of the best tourism web sites I have visited. Easy to use, but still full intersting information, just what you need when booking a holiday in Ireland.


Email:
westcork@computer.net
Date:
3/11/00
Time:
8:41:22 PM

Comments

My Father was born in Clonakilty and raised in Rosscarbery. My Uncle, John Tobin (RIP) lived at t the site of the Benduff Slate Quarry, 3 miles west of Rosscarbery. Do the Carbery Rangers still exist. The Southern Star was the local paper. Uncle Johnny wrote the Rosscarbery Notes for some year.

It was nice visiting you site. Thank You!


Email:
Date:
3/11/00
Time:
12:16:40 PM

Comments


Email:
ninthrock@aol.com
Date:
3/11/00
Time:
7:56:18 AM

Comments

I've just discovered that my paternal grand parent was born in Doneraile. I have been surfing through your beautiful county ever since. I love it.


Email:
katja.karki@kolumbus.fi
Date:
3/11/00
Time:
7:50:35 AM

Comments

this seems like a good guide for coming visitors, like us.(me and my coming husband)


Email:
Date:
3/10/00
Time:
2:04:44 PM

Comments


Email:
Cookielady@interlinkcc.com
Date:
3/10/00
Time:
1:22:53 PM

Comments

The cottage & surrounding countryside is absolutely beautiful. I really enjoyed viewing your site. Thank you so much. I will keep this in mind for our future vacation planning.


Email:
gigglesgrace@yahoo.com
Date:
3/10/00
Time:
4:07:30 AM

Comments

Very nice photographs which really, show corks beauty


Email:
cpbeal@telstra.easymail.com.au
Date:
3/9/00
Time:
11:10:42 PM

Comments

I have found your site very helpful. I am trying to follow the Condon and Morrissey families in Mitchelstown and have been pleased by the amount of imformation you have provided. Please keep it up.


Email:
ozolyons@itcanada.com
Date:
3/9/00
Time:
8:19:50 PM

Comments

Tried for 45 minutes to get the Cork Examiner without success The remainder of the site I enjoyed v much


Email:
jcbergez@nordnet.fr
Date:
3/9/00
Time:
1:14:02 PM

Comments

Thanks for your site.We are happy to see on your site some pages to the memoty of Rory Gallagher. We'll comme in Ireland in April 2000 and specially in CorK.can you tell us,where can we find the cemetery where lies Rory. it will be a great honor for us,to give him some flowers. Thanks.(Excuse for our very bad english!)


Email:
Date:
3/9/00
Time:
6:12:30 AM

Comments

I REILLY ENJOYED YOUR WEB SITE.IT REALLY HELPED ME WITH MY PROJECT.THANK YOU. SIGNED:MARY MC NICHOLAS


Email:
MHan97521@aol.com
Date:
3/8/00
Time:
4:52:25 PM

Comments

My grandfather was born in Cork and I would be interested to know if their are any McKigneys left there. Looking for kin. He came to America when he was 10 with an Aunt and Uncle. I only found this out yesterday and I'm 50. I never new him but heard he was a sweet heart of a man. Called my mom his Josephine my Irish Queen. All my mothers brothers and sisters are deseased and would love to find someone who might know someone there named McKigney or McEgneigh.


Email:
Date:
3/8/00
Time:
10:24:34 AM

Comments


Email:
jim63@mediaone.net
Date:
3/8/00
Time:
7:48:31 AM

Comments

a very helpful site


Email:
noel.o.donovan@dial.pipex.com
Date:
3/8/00
Time:
6:55:20 AM

Comments

Delighted to find so much information so easily. Leaves your tourist colleagues in the UK way behind !

Looking forward to my next visit

Noel O'Donovan, UK


Email:
Date:
3/8/00
Time:
6:19:31 AM

Comments


Email:
Gerard223@yahoo.com 
Date:
3/7/00
Time:
2:59:55 PM

Comments

Hi, I'm new to this site. I'm looking for a street map of Skibbereen. If possible, could someone E-mail one to me? Thank you very, very much. Gerry


Email:
Date:
3/7/00
Time:
7:46:35 AM

Comments

Hi my name is Margaret Buckley. My dad is from Banteer near Kanturk in County Cork. I try to travel to Cork every couple of years atleast. I lived there for 8.5 months in 98 and loved it. I'm coming back to stay in July this year and bringing my friend with me who has never been before. Can't wait to show her around. I think the nightclubs and pubs need to be updated, and sure history is good, but Cork has a few more modern sites to visit don't you think? Just got the internet at work,(I'll get address soon)first time I've checked it out and I knew this would be the first thing I'd look up. I'll write again soon. Hi to anybody that knows me. Watch out boys, here come 2 slappers from New Zealand. Gorgeous we are!!


Email:
ksully54@aol.com
Date:
3/6/00
Time:
6:35:00 PM

Comments

Looking for any relatives who may browse this site. My family is from Bocarna, Glengarriff, Cork. My GGrandparents Patrick & Bridget(Sullivan)Murphy immigrated to Boston around 1840's with my grandmother Mary Murphy. According to a geneology study I had done I have many relatives still in Bocarna, most recently I heard of a relative named Maggie "the island" Sullivan who died in August at the age of 99. My name is Kevin Sullivan and I have much info on my family history and I intend to visit Bocarna soon. If anyone has any info on Bocarna or of the relatives of Patrick & Bridget (Sullivan) Murphy, or Maggie Sullivan I would appreciate an email back to me at Ksully54@aol.com Thanks.


Email:
ksully54@aol.com 
Date:
3/6/00
Time:
6:31:56 PM

Comments

Looking for any relatives who may browse this site. My family is from Bocarna, Glengarriff, Cork. My GGrandparents Patrick & Bridget(Sullivan)Murphy immigrated to Boston around 1840's with my grandmother Mary Sullivan. According to a geneology study I had done I have many relatives still in Bocarna, most recently I heard of a relative named Maggie "the island" Sullivan who died in August at the age of 99. My name is Kevin Sullivan and I have much info on my family history and I intend to visit Bocarna soon. If anyone has any info on Bocarna or of the relatives of Patrick & Bridget Sullivan, or Maggie Sullivan I would appreciate an email back to me at Ksully54@aol.com Thanks.


Email:
Missy140A@netscape.net 
Date:
3/6/00
Time:
12:31:41 PM

Comments

Great info; although, I thought there would be more hostel info and/or listings. I am traveling to Cork in two weeks and am looking forward to visiting some of the places escribed on this sight.


Email:
SALWAY@AVIMO.CO.UK 
Date:
3/6/00
Time:
5:28:56 AM

Comments

Brilliant Guide. I have arranged a surprise supurb weekend for my wife on our anniversary. Many Thanks, S.A.


Email:
Allen.Whitnell@denne.co.uk 
Date:
3/6/00
Time:
3:49:02 AM

Comments

What about the music festival - Kinsale - first weekend in June ?


Email:
stoomey1@twcny.rr.com 
Date:
3/5/00
Time:
6:43:29 PM

Comments

Hello. My name is Steven Toomey. My wife Deborah and I reside in Syracuse, New York, USA. I visited this web site as part of a search for information on my ancestors, who may have lived in the parish of Macroom prior to emigrating to the US in the 1860s. Debbie and I are exploring the possibility of visiting Ireland sometime this year, and perhaps visiting Cork County in particular so I may conduct some geneaological research. We have dreamed of traveling to Ireland for many years, and we hope to fulfill that dream soon.


Email:
paxdat@aol.com 
Date:
3/5/00
Time:
4:48:57 PM

Comments

Very nice site. I am planning a trip to Ireland in the Autumn.


Email:
harper@eagle.ca 
Date:
3/5/00
Time:
4:32:33 PM

Comments

I come from a rural area of New Brunswick Canada which is called, Youghall. An extra "L" was added to the word at some point in recent history. Most people here have little idea that there is another Youghal on the planet. I am trying to find out how the name came to Canada and with whom. I have a list of original immigrants but heaven't managed to cross-reference the enthusiast who called it by its name. Any ideas? Love your site. sincerely,

Bruce Allen


Email:
Date:
3/4/00
Time:
2:45:05 PM

Comments


Email:
quinn@softcom.net 
Date: 
3/3/00
Time:
7:42:50 PM

Comments

I love your website. I like it so much I will be returning.


Email:
dmh813@aol.com 
Date:
3/3/00
Time:
6:19:03 PM

Comments


Email:
jimhog62@hotmail.com 
Date:
3/3/00
Time:
2:42:56 PM

Comments

JJ Hogan here. Having left the Town in the mid sixties, I am wonderimg if any "Kanturkorian" would be interested in joining an Exiles Club on Cyber links. Best Regards to all


Email:
jimhog62@hotmail.com 
Date:
3/3/00
Time:
2:38:39 PM

Comments

JJ Hogan here. Having left the Town in the mid sixties, I am wonderimg if any "Kanturkorian" would be interested in joining an Exiles Club on Cyber links. Best Regards to all


Email:
hajkmcknight@gci.net 
Date:
3/3/00
Time:
1:00:02 AM

Comments

Hello from ANCHORAGE ALASKA,my name is HARRY MCKNIGHT. I was told by my mother some years ago that our desendants came from COUNTY CORK and COUNTY DOWN. So I thought I would drop you a line and say hello.By the way have you ever heard of the name MCKNIGHT around there? Well anyway have a great day. SINCERLY HARRY


Email:
clodagh@compuserve.com 
Date:
3/1/00
Time:
11:30:33 PM

Comments

My parents lived in Schull some 25 years plus ago and it was a great place. I fear tourism has taken over and not necessarily for the best. I shall hold on to my memories. Clodagh Mallison (nee Garde).


Email:
Date:
3/1/00
Time:
3:24:31 AM

Comments


Email:
elske_9200@yahoo.com 
Date:
3/1/00
Time:
3:23:47 AM

Comments

good morning, I am from Belgium and this summer I'm going to make a tour through the south of ireland with 15 others. On this tour I will pass also rosscarbery. What I would have liked to know are the prices of Marine Leisure Centre, the Pet Farm and the Argicultural Museum! Thank you very much in advance! I would like to add that it is kind of urgent because I have to make up a totalprice by this friday. Please respond as soon as possible! Thank you for the trouble! Greetings, Els Callebaut.


 

 

cgsmall.gif (3275 bytes)
Last modified: Thursday February 07, 2013
Copyright 2013