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Email:
pmcmorrow@moorscabot.com 
Date:
11/30/99
Time:
2:57:56 PM

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Is anyone aware of a family named "Power" who operate a dairy farm in Mitchelstown??

Phil McMorrow - Boston


Email:
oggie@sunley82.freeserve.co.uk 
Date:
11/30/99
Time:
11:01:49 AM

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i was in cork last october and fell in love with the county would any male or female like to correspond with me i am 63 yrs old and very interested in irish history especially michael collins


Email:
rochfojc@aol.com 
Date:
11/28/99
Time:
1:53:44 PM

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I am interested in learning about the history of the town of Castlelyons, especially concerning the old castle at that location which I understand burned in the 1700's. Does anyone know anything about this place? -John in Nashville


Email:
sjsfam@aug.com 
Date:
11/28/99
Time:
1:47:45 PM

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coming in May 2000


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richardp@a-znet.com
Date:
11/25/99
Time:
6:46:53 PM

Comments

Trying to contact Kinsale Chamber of Tourism, but something is wrong with the site given. It comes up with an error. Acts as if it has been discontinued.


Email:
mmglenn/ELN
Date:
11/24/99
Time:
5:01:48 PM

Comments

Looking for secondary teaching position in Southern Ireland


Email:
flyingsnail@lycosmail.com
Date:
11/24/99
Time:
5:13:50 AM

Comments

Visit the Cullen Pipe Band Website at http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/Atrium/1572/


Email:
d95-vvu@nada.kth.se
Date:
11/24/99
Time:
4:46:52 AM

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Hi people! I spent a year in UCC (98/99) and I LOVED Cork! I had a lovely time! This site is quite helpful, but the only way to get to know the spirit of Cork is to move there! Greetings from the snowy Stockholm!


Email:
eah@doc.ic.ac.uk
Date:
11/23/99
Time:
2:24:43 AM

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I THINK IT IS A WONDERFUL


Email:
aabbep@aristotle.net
Date:
11/22/99
Time:
10:47:27 PM

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How can I get brochures for bed and breakfasts in the Cork region?


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Date:
11/22/99
Time:
3:34:48 PM

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Email:
Softlad85@hotmail.com
Date:
11/22/99
Time:
1:57:53 PM

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I am seriously considering moving to Ireland - could you help me?


Email:
gordon-P@ulst.ac.uk
Date:
11/22/99
Time:
8:58:38 AM

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Cork is a very nice city - nice shops and all that, but its nothin' compared to the dizzy heights of Belfast. As a man from Belfast who knows a lot (well, a few) people at UCC I am in Cork quite a bit. But once agagin, Belfast is better - so there.


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Date:
11/22/99
Time:
4:39:20 AM

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Hello Cork, Here i come again


Email:
mcng9@yahoo.com
Date:
11/21/99
Time:
3:45:57 PM

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Wow! what a lovely site. I was feeling a little homesick today...the anniversary of my arrival in New Orleans 11/21/54.Reading all the wonderful comments about my old hometown...made me proud of Cork...Although, now when I go to Ireland,it's to Clonakilty West Cork...God's Country... the place where I would like to spend my retirement...BEST FOOD on the face of the earth...and that's coming from someone who lives in the food capital of the world " NEW ORLEANS " MARY from Cork


Email:
c-landow@execpc.com
Date:
11/21/99
Time:
9:57:43 AM

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While in Cork/Kinsale in the summer of 1998, my fiance' and I heard an excellent duo, which included Don Murphy. We purchased an outstanding CD from him which was recorded at Sound Masters Studios in Cork. Now, my husband and I would like to contact either Don Murphy or his studio in order to purchase other CD's by him. Please e-mail me if you can help. Thank you. Theresa (McGrath) Landowski


Email:
mary.maguire@mailcity.com
Date:
11/20/99
Time:
6:10:55 PM

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Hi Bantry Bay folk: I visited Bantry Bay in 1972 with my dad (Joseph Maguire). His mother was born in Bantry Bay, Ellen O'Sulllivan and married Patrick Maguire and settled in a small town near Quebec city. I enjoyed my visit to Ireland very much and would like to contact some of the people we visited, Finbar O'Sullivan in Bantry Bay and Anthony O'Sullivan in Cork City. Anyone with any info please contact me, I am very interested in establishing contact with my father's ancesters. I can still remember how beautiful it was in Bantry Bay. Waiting to hear from anyone knowing of any whereabouts of these people, can be reached at mary.maguire@mailcity.com Mary Maguire


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catherinec@neteze.com
Date:
11/20/99
Time:
2:17:19 PM

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Email:
piacito@yahoo.com
Date:
11/19/99
Time:
1:16:43 PM

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i am pplanning a trip next yesr this page has been very helpful i can not wait to see where my family is from for the first time and all of my friends here in the states


Email:
kdonnelly@roc.com.sa
Date:
11/18/99
Time:
7:42:39 AM

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Congratulations on your excellent site. My wife and I look forward to visiting your City in July next year.

Kevin and Martina Donnelly. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.


Email:
d_van_dyke@hotmail.com
Date:
11/18/99
Time:
3:42:26 AM

Comments

Coming from an Irish background of Grandparents and parents, really interested in viewing your webpages for Desmond and Co. Cork Ireland. Thanks for the information.


Email:
vinnyor@hotmail.com
Date:
11/17/99
Time:
1:00:27 PM

Comments

GO ON THE REBEL...

MARY KELLEHER WAS HERE...


Email:
hemlock2000@hotmail.com
Date:
11/17/99
Time:
7:04:27 AM

Comments

Hup outa dat! http://come.to/hemlock


Email:
kjstephen@hotmail.com
Date:
11/17/99
Time:
12:48:14 AM

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i am a former resident of cork. like your site. i would love an up-to-date map of city and suburbs. if possible please fax to australia 02-6296 5511. mark to the attention of keith. regards keith stephens


Email:
janem@seattleu.edu
Date:
11/16/99
Time:
11:34:20 AM

Comments

My children and I spent two wonderful weeks in Allihies at the Ocean View Bed & Breakfast, and it was heaven! We loved Allihies and all of its Glory! Allihies is the most beautiful place in the World!


Email:
Snobabe149@aol.com
Date:
11/15/99
Time:
1:06:27 PM

Comments

this is a very nice website on Ireland but please do include more pictures


Email:
mesure@echidna.id.au
Date:
11/15/99
Time:
12:55:15 AM

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Any information please on the Freeman,s of Corcastle in Co Cork please contact.


Email:
darc8816@saintmarys.edu
Date:
11/13/99
Time:
6:55:37 PM

Comments

this is great! can't wait to travel to cork!


Email:
eaas@ctv.es
Date:
11/12/99
Time:
11:59:03 PM

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Good web, beautiful country Regards Emilia Arosa


Email:
landwl@hkstar.com
Date:
11/12/99
Time:
11:03:08 PM

Comments

We lived in Skibbereen 7 years ago now and looking at the pictures of Union Hall and reading about the pubs in Bantry Bay have made me terribly homesick for that piece of heaven.


Email:
pdineen@parksite.com
Date:
11/11/99
Time:
7:24:55 PM

Comments

Great page Im a Dineen my Father told me that my Great grand father was born in Cork.


Email:
patdobedoe@hotmail.com
Date:
11/10/99
Time:
1:12:44 PM

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My husband and I visited Glengariff in 1996 and fell in love with the area. I recommend a visit to Pat in the Village Inn. Say hello to him (and Rusty) from us! The en-suite accomodation he offers is superb.


Email:
Trace@ca-connection.com
Date:
11/9/99
Time:
10:28:54 PM

Comments

Lovely page and am finding it extremely interesting. Am looking for relatives from Grandmothers side by the name of Murphy. Her name was Margaret Hallissey nee Murphy. I do know she had several brothers but am sure she lost all contact when she came to America. Keep up the good work.......GCHallissey


Email:
MIKEOYEAH@YAHOO.CO.UK
Date:
11/9/99
Time:
6:48:05 AM

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HELLO TO ALL MY RELATIVES (WITH E-MAIL!!)IN CORK- AND WHEREVER ELSE THEY MAY BE.IT`S ABOUT TIME I VISITED. MICHAEL O` LEARY: (FATHER DENNY, MOTHER, T.C. FORMERLY CRONIN OUT OF RATHMORE & NEWMARKET ANY RELS RECOGNISE GIVE ME A CALL ON E MAIL.BIBI


Email:
cleary@capital.net
Date:
09/11/99
Time:
02:32:42

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I am trying to contact Christine O'Reilly (married as Riordan). The only address I have is Knock Nagree(sp), Mallow. Can you suggest improvements on this address? Thanks, Dan (Albany, NY)


Email:
irishnd966@mediaone.net
Date:
09/11/99
Time:
02:31:55

Comments

Have found your web site and am enjoying very much. I am from a suburb of Chicago,Il USA


Email:
jquinlan@twcny.rr.com
Date:
09/11/99
Time:
02:30:31

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We hope to visit your fine county. This is a great web site.


Email:
margwillis@hotmail.com
Date:
09/11/99
Time:
02:29:47

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I visited the site to try to locate a store I visited on a trip to Cork two years ago. The store was called The Treasure Chest or similar, where I bought some Waterford. Unfortunately I was unable to locate the store or anything even along that line in the shopping guide of the site. Perhaps some kind person may be able to offer me some assistance.

Margaret Willis, Melbourne, Australia


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Date:
11/5/99
Time:
9:45:19 AM

Comments

Great website. only i am trying to locate the artists who had a shop in queens old castle. it would be great if they sold their art online.


Email:
richarda10@hotmail.com- 
Date:
11/5/99
Time:
5:53:26 AM

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I am involved with a large group (150) going to Cork around St. Patricks day. What can I offer or take these people to something that will be a little different than the usuall Touristy things??


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Date:
11/3/99
Time:
7:37:12 AM

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Email:
eclin_melo@yahoo.com.br 
Date:
11/3/99
Time:
6:30:26 AM

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It was nice to visist Cork by the Net , I wish I can visit this nice city in a near future .Nilce Melo from - Brazil - 500 years anniversary !


Email:
beej@capitagroup.co.uk 
Date:
11/2/99
Time:
11:55:03 PM

Comments

I'm looking for bed and breakfast accommodation within walking distance of Castletownshend for the New Year holiday - I can't find anything listed on your site that fits the bill and there isn't a number for a tourist office in Skibbereen or wherever that I can call to find out more. I have heard from a friend that there is a B&B just outside the village called "Woodlands" but directory enquiries doesn't appear to have the number. Can you help???


Email:
mccartk@franklincoll.edu 
Date:
11/2/99
Time:
3:33:35 PM

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Email:
gtshearl@gte.net 
Date:
11/2/99
Time:
3:03:28 PM

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My family came from Cork County. Our Murphy family reunions are every July in Murphy Georgia U.S.A. (actually right next door in Moultrie, Georgia) We are at a loss. We can trace just so far back and POOFF! no tracks. Our family came from Murphy North Carolina and settled in Georgia. How and when and who they were from Ireland has been bugging us all. We are a very happy, friendly family. Most of us are farmers and business owners. . which I find very unusual. I have some history, but would like to know how, for free, on the web to help trace our "ROOTS".

Debra Shearl


Email:
billyoshea@yahoo.com 
Date:
11/2/99
Time:
12:27:36 PM

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When can the Guestbook become interactive.? Billy O'Shea.


Email:
joolsa_99@yahoo.com 
Date:
11/2/99
Time:
7:57:06 AM

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After going to Glasgow for the Weekend to see OCS and meeting a bunch of crazy Irishmen from Cork! I can only say that we can't wait to visit your city, it sounds fantastic!!


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Date:
11/1/99
Time:
10:52:00 AM

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Cá bhfuil Seandún?


 

 

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