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  1. Jeanne Jermark

    My great great grandfather is from Moyvane. Garett Fitzgerald, he had atleast 3 sons and left aroung 1850. He, his wife Mary? and sons went to Minnesota Usa. I am looking for help to find ties in Moyvane.

  2. Mary Mckenna nee Moore

    I have really enjoyed looking at the old photos, particularly the Glin Road.
    Go raibh mile maith agaibh.

  3. Valerie de Britt

    Hi From Sydney and
    hello to the O’Connors of Aughrim. It is so good to see the the sights of Moyvane and District. Miss the pubs! and of course the delightful people.

  4. Akman

    Greetings to the people of Moyvane from United Arab Emirates

  5. maureen grace nee healy

    Hello from Queensland. The Moyvane website is excellent. I really enjoy looking at all the old photographs, and also the new. Anna Enright I loved your hat!!

  6. Brian Keane

    Hello again from Tallaght.

    I would just like to say “well done” to the Moyvane GAA who put forward a motion calling for the amendment of rule 42, which passed through the county board convention and the dreaded “motions committee” to be heard on the floor of the national congress in April.

    It is with enormous pride that I announce to all and Sundry up here that my home village is responsible for such a visionary, ground-breaking and entirely correct motion. I back the motion 100% with everything in my being and I look forward to the day when I am in Croke Park, watching an international soccer or rugby fixture, glowing with pride that Moyvane played such a significant part in it all.

    How wonderful will it be to welcome people from all over the world to this fantastic staduim, to watch them gaze in wonder at what this amateur organisation accomplished. The GAA is by far and away the best organisation in this country. It is now time to take our rightful place on the world stage.

    Let’s get this motion through congress. Keep fighting the good fight!!

    Slan abhaile,

    Brian

  7. Nora Leahy

    Greetings from the Land Down Under!!

    I am here in Bondi,Syndey at the moment in the sweltering heat-far cry from back home by all accounts!Im here just over 2 weeks and loving it. Hi to everyone at home in Clounbrane.Hope all is well.
    Take care,see you all in Feb 06.
    Regards, Nor

  8. Buddy Keane

    It was quite an event to come across the website. My mother was born in (newtownsands) Moyvane and I visited their in 1960. Her maidin name was Bridie O,Ogrady. Sisters Elizabeth and Mary Horan, brothers Daniel and Thomas O,Grady. I still Have a cousin Patrick Horan. It would be good to hear. from somone who might have known them

  9. Mary Jones

    Hi,

    My husband and I are hoping to move to the village soon and I was wondering if anyone had any advice for helping us settle. We currently live in the UK and want to move to Ireland. My husband is Irish although his family all live in Granard and Dublin now.

    You can contact us on [email protected]

    Thanks

  10. John Corcoran

    Jim,

    condolences on the death of your brother Jack. I attended the removal,as did my mother Eileen and my Aunt Gretta and I can testify that there was a massive turn-out, a fitting tribute to Jack.I am distantly related to you being the grandson of Jimmy Lynch of Clahane Tralee, previously of Knockanure. I now live in Listowel, 24 Woodview, Cahirdown.The last time I saw Jack , God Rest his Soul, he said that he would introduce me to a local man who knew all the old tales about Parnell Lynch etc etc-if you know who he had in mind feel free to give me a ring on 068-24547.
    Once again sincere condolences to all your family from the Clahane (Tralee) Lynches

  11. jim lynch

    hi everyone
    iwant to thank each and every person in moyvane knockanure and the surronding area for all their support and sympathy on the very sudden death of my brother jack
    again my sincere thanks to all of you
    see you all soon

  12. veronica Sheehan

    Well done on the web site mr. Colorado…. New York checking in here to get the updated news from home.. Great website, love the old photos you forget how much the place has changed from when we were growing up! hello to all in the parish……happy new year.

  13. Linda Scanlon

    A beautiful Web site. Thank you for the last few hours of joy spent scrolling through all the photos and remembering so many names I’ve heard from my mom. Her name was Ellen Dore, daughter of Michael and Hannah Dore. The names that were familiar were Stack, Mulvihill (her sister Mary), and Nolan. The last time I was in Moyvane was 1968 and there was a festival with the Rose of Tralee in attendance. What fun I had visiting my grandad, uncle Mike, wife Sissy, Aunt Mary, and all of my cousins with my mom, brother Mike, and my son Robert–who was 16 months old at the time and now 38–a long time ago. I now have five grown children and 7 grandchildren (#8 is on its way). Time flies, but the village still looks beautiful. Thank you again.

    • Anne Pack nee Steven

      Hello Linda, I am your cousin Anne from Hendon,London. My mother was Betty
      Dore and you visited us when you were young. Get in touch if you can, would love to hear from you, Anne

  14. Noreen Finnerty (nee Kearney)

    great new design. very fresh.

  15. Marie Oxx

    Congratulations on a terrific website. It really brings the village to life. The photo ecards are a great feature.

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