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  1. brenda duggan nee myles

    yes i am brenda myles. from the narrow road. only just heard about your message. very happy easter to all the family. to sean fitzmaurice. my love to mum and dad

  2. gemma gourlay

    i veenjoyed reading this site, partner is daniel john peter mulvihill, his dad john is from listowel, and we have two boys liam daniel, and reece, 3 and 6. the site is very interesting, i know bit more where theyre family come from thanx gemma

  3. residiant of the village

    great pictures of this the village festival ’05 but i was expecting to see some picures of the queen of the boro. I think some should be added!

  4. joanna housden(nee culhane)

    hello moyvane,i enjoyed very much looking at the website an excellent effort by all involved with the project. My late father jimmy culhane was born and bred in leitrim east before emigrating to england in the late 1940,s. I have visited Moyvane every year as far back as i can remember and i now visit every summer with my mother Hazel Culhane and my own children i have lots of relations that still live in the area and i enjoy visiting moyvanes pubs on my annual summer holiday.My mother ,myself and partner are in the early stages of moving from england to Moyvane to begin a new life in Ireland, how times have changed!!!!!!!!!

  5. John Dineen

    What a great little site this is. Reading through the history of the song The Valley of Knockanure I learnt more than my father probably knew about the events of that the night that Lyons, Walsh and Dalton were murdered. As a boy my father took me to Knockanure to the monument and told me all he could about what had happened to them.Jerry Lyons was my Grandmothers brother. The last time I visited the monument was the day before we laid my father to rest with his family back home near Balinvoher. Thank You for all the information you have provided.

  6. paul foley

    hi to all at home and abroad. up da kingdom.

  7. Mary Ellen O'Neill

    What a great website you have! It was so nice to see the article about my grandfather, Danny Mulvihill on your website. I am the daughter of his son Donald. He is gone 10 years this month and we miss him every day. He was a great friend to many and a very loving grandfather.We have not been back in over 15 years, very busy raising our children Brendan & Eileen. We hope to bring them to Moyvane one day. The videos bring back fond memories of our visits to Moyvane, visiting my aunt Jeannie O’Carroll and having a pint in Enrights Bar!

  8. p

    brill web page for any one feeling home sick, love the pic of the weddings its mad how everyone is getting older and getting married its kinda scary.

  9. Brian Keane

    What’s happening with the plebiscite??

  10. Obsever

    Great Website, but should be more youth on the website, any young initiatives etc!!!

  11. ?

    Great Site, No Pictures of ‘McElligotts’ though……………

  12. Michael Holly

    Hello, Michael Holly from Ballyduff, reporting from Alberta, Canada- Great website, spent many days fishing on the Gale- and hope to do so again

  13. Mikey Joe Enright

    Hi! I was very interested to read your page on Enright’s Bar, and wonder if I am related. I am another Mikey Joe Enright, I’m 53 and live in Swindon, England, although I’m an Irish citizen. My father Patrick Joseph Enright comes from Lisaniskea, and his parents were Jeremiah and Mary (nee Finucane). If anybody in Knockanure or Moyvane knows the Enrights of Lisaniskea (with whom I’ve lost touch) I’d love to hear from them.

  14. ildi lukacsova

    Nice village.Friendly people.Hope to be back soon.

  15. Jane

    Visiting your town in February, 2006. Looking for cemetary where my ancestors Denis Casey & wife Mary might have been buried. His approximate birthdate @1800. date Can you help?

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