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03-02-2009 11:17 hour
izac ( iran , asia )
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very good website im very impressed

26-01-2009 11:51 hour
Cornelius Chapman ( Springfield , USA )

Well done to Daryl on his win at the weekend with John Mitchel's of Liverpool.

Hopefully he will get plenty of support from his native club when Mitchel's take on the Kerry champions on Feb 14 in Croke Park! Wishing you the best of luck!

18-12-2008 03:42 hour
Tim ( Rockford, Illinois , United States )

Everytime I read the historical information, I feel like I am walking amongst those that lived at that time.
I last wrote in Aug of this year 2008.

I am trying to find the grave of Mary Reilly. She died in Aug of 1902, I believe the 6th. She lived with her family in Cranaghan until her death.

I think that since Mary Reilly, and her husband Charles Reilly, were wed in the old Drumlane Parish in Aug of 1838, that they are probably interred there. Is there anyone in the area that makes a hobby of, or is interested in, locating headstones? I would love to see the cemetery myself but can not afford to do so. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your help in Aug. Brendan. I'll be talking to Father Dan soon.

Merry Christmas to all!!!!!

27-09-2008 15:06 hour
ciaran ( London )

Well done underage footballers and hurlers, brilliant stuff

23-09-2008 14:25 hour
Jag så trevlig!!! (chloe) ( Drumlane , Ireland )

Hey! Im so proud to be a Drumlane girl! LOve the site guys! Well done! =]

20-09-2008 16:36 hour
satisfied fan

welldone the underage footballers and hurlers in the club they know how to win, one more cup to claim good luck for monday

13-09-2008 05:36 hour
James Wood ( Clitheroe , UK )

I have visited my relations in Milltown a few times now, and love the place!! I am now looking for a job in the area, has anyone any idea's which employers might be interested in a maintenance fitter/technician? Please email me at:

09-09-2008 14:23 hour
Dancin Gal 95! ♥ ( Drumlane , Ireland )

Im so happy to be a Drumlane girl! This site is fantastic! Well done everybody! ♥

02-09-2008 18:29 hour

Hi Tim I have passed on your information to someone that may help you. They are looking into it and will be in touch as soon as they find out something.

22-08-2008 20:43 hour
Tim ( Rockford,Illinois,USA , United States )

This is simply a wonderful site. I love all the historical information.

Do you know of someone that might have knowledge of different cemetaries that were used for RC burials during the 1820's-1880's for the Drumlane parish population?

My O'Reilly's lived in Cranaghan, Derryvony and Ballyconnell. They were parishioners of Drumlane. Some of them were buried in the Old cemetary just south of Ballyconnell.

I have a Charles Reilly born about 1800, had a farm in Cranaghan, his wife Mary Reilly nee Reilly b.1805.

Charles probably died in the 1850's. Mary d.1903, they are not interred at Ballyconnell's OLd Cemetary.

I would appreciate any assistance that may give me, even if only to hand this to someone else.

May God continue to bless you and all