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z_dunntj@titan.sfasu.edu
Date:
30 Sep 1998
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14:07:21
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My girlfriend and I are visiting Ireland in the end of August of 1999 after my graduation. I'm looking for any kind of info. that would help us.


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z_dunntj@titan.sfasu.edu
Date:
30 Sep 1998
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14:07:08
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My girlfriend and I are visiting Ireland in the end of August of 1999 after my graduation. I'm looking for any kind of info. that would help us.


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z_dunntj@titan.sfasu.edu
Date:
30 Sep 1998
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14:03:36
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bryanlevy@breathe.co.uk
Date:
29 Sep 1998
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17:37:47
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Visiting Cork end of October by car from Swansea. Just 2 full days in Ireland. Would like to see surrounding scenery What do you recommend?


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jimmul@ifgi.com
Date:
29 Sep 1998
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12:56:10
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My wife, brother, sister-in-law and I are planning a trip to southern Ireland in May of 1999. We would appreciate any information from anyone on places to visit and or stay. Jim Mulligan USA


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Date:
29 Sep 1998
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12:22:15
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My Grandmother lives in Bantry Bay and she owns a bed and breakfast. It is located on 6 Slip Lawn. So if you are looking for real Irish hospitality and a close place to town then drop by and stay a night or two. Tell them Tara sent you!!


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28 Sep 1998
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smike@erinet.com 
Date:
29/09/98
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03:35:51
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My name is Michael James Patrick Donovan. All of my grandparents are from Cork. Donovan, Henehan


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jlowe@OCC-UKY.CAMPUS.MCI.NET 
Date:
29/09/98
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03:33:35
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LOOKING FORWARD TO MY FIRST TRIP TO CORK NEXT WEEK. ANYBODY HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS ON WHAT TO DO, TO SEE OR GO? PLEASE EMAIL BACK. JOE


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Date:
22 Sep 1998
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20:47:32
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This is a very informational web site. I love browsing it


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jdman@magpage.com
Date:
22 Sep 1998
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14:49:49
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I am writing from Rehoboth Beach Delaware, U.S.A. I just wanted to say that you are the kindest nationality I have ever met. I work with 4 girls from your country. They are just hear for the summer I am going to be sad to se them go. I am truly sorry that I did not know that you had your own language in Ireland. I thought you just spoke broken english. Sorry about that :) But I love your language. It is interesting listening to them talk to one another, in there native toungh.

There names are: Katriona Aisling Shelley Monica

I never asked them there last names I did not want to seem like I was prying.

My brother might be going to Ireland to get married to his Fiance. I just found out she has Irish blood in her. I have not met her yet she & him are living down in Florida U.S.A. if she is anything like the girls from Ireland I know she must be great.

Thank you, Joeseph D'Alessandro


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ThyraLS@webTV.net
Date:
22 Sep 1998
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12:33:25
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After planning the better part of 3 trips via the internet, I can honestly say that the Cork-Guide is one of the best city sights on the internet! It's informative, well designed and easy to navigate! Keep up the great work! We'll see you in spring (Well, we'll see Cork at any rate).


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bla710@localagency.dss.state.va.us
Date:
21 Sep 1998
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17:36:34
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Is it possible to be homesick for a place you've never been?? Is everyone in the United States looking for Irish ancesters?? If there are any Cork folks out there who would like to correspond with a hopeless American Ire-o-phile, please e-mail me. Especially if you know of a place called Kilberryheath -- I can't find it on any map but it's supposed to be in the Cork region. Great website; I hope I get there someday to see all this for myself.


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teach@surfsouth.com
Date:
20 Sep 1998
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08:45:19
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Looking at your web page only makes me long even more to visit Cork. My ancesters left Cork for America in the mid 1700s and I have long since want to visit and trace my heritage. This may well be the most impressive web page I have seen. God my have been smiling when he created Cork, Ireland. I may be American by birth but I am Irish by the grace of God.


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dglasheen@hbs.net
Date:
18 Sep 1998
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We hope to visit your area within the next twenty-four months .. it will be the first return visit by anyone in my family in the past 150 years. Dan Glasheen, Kaukauna [suburban Green Bay area], Wisconsin, U.S.A., 54130


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riven@brizo.request.net
Date:
18 Sep 1998
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09:43:59
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Hello


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Date:
17 Sep 1998
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20:08:07
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Great Site


 

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