|Message||Thanks for good stuff|
|Message||You've got a neat site and an interesting blog.|
The links you offer are also useful.
What I'd like to see is how standing stones in Ireland are associated with the rest of Europe.
All the best with your PhD
|Message||Great site! I have a similar site, in italian, mcglenmysteries.blogspot.com|
check it out, I linked this site!
|Message||Great site little bro!! Its grown so much since I last looked. Nice to see you mention your long suffering assistants you take on your adventures!! |
PS... The bill for the broken shoes is in the post!
|Message||Fantastic website very informative.I visited the cemetery and church at the weekend where my Grandfather James Drennan is buried at Clonenagh a beautiful place.I also visted the old church in Coolrain where there is a memorial stone inside erected for my Great Grandfather Daniel Drennan and Great Grandmother Johanna.Both old churches really worth a visit,full of atmosphere.|
|Message||great post as usual!|
|Message||I have traced my parental lineage back to the first Pursel in America, Thomas Pursel, who sailed from London aboard the Constance in 1635. He is reputed to have been independently wealthy and, on arrival, purchased land in Long Island, NY.|
If Thomas were descended from the Purcells of Loughmoe, I might be considered the 25th Baron of Loughmoe!
There have been many spellings of the name: Purcell, Purcel, Pursel, Pursell, the last of which was originated in my line by my great grandfather to distinguish his family from the hundreds of Pursels in the area of northern NJ where he farmed. Alas, there had already been changes to Pursell in the PA branches of the family and, together with the *cels and *cells, we fill many pages in local phone books.
It is actually far easier to trace ancient roots than to sort out all the modern progeny.
Please write if you can contribute to my genealogy. Thank you.
|Message||Great blog, lovely to see all these great places on the one site. Have added a link to my blog.|
|Message||I love finding other people interested in Ireland's stones and Ruins. I hunt the fields whenever I can go, to use my photos for my art: LabadieFiberArt.com I made a piece of this very Dolmen, Haroldstown Dolmen. please enjoy my site. I wasn't allowed to go through the Contact Me page.|
|Message||Hi. .. I am very interested in the homeland of my ancestors and looking forward to more pictures of your beautiful island. Co.s Wicklow and Kilkenny are of particular interest to me.|
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