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  1. Nora O'Keefe

    Yes i was there that night to he was such a well mannered boy and a credit to moyvane he claims to be the heartbeat of that beautiful town. Hes a credit to everyone there he said the craic in movane was the best experienced we hear its a crazy spot.

  2. Louise Redknapp

    I just wanted to leave a comment about the lovely gentleman Damien who is working in Boston. His patience is one of the most endearing qualities and his manners are impecable forever a gentleman. And I really enjoyed the night spent in the black rose where the craic was fantastic

  3. Jenny

    I have been given the pleasure of meeting and working with one of your fine young men, Damien O’Flynn, here at Fidelity Investments, in Merrimack New Hampshire…He has brought to many smiles and a love of his country that has inspired me to not only year to dig into my own Irish roots but to not be afraid to take a chance…Thank you for all of you in this small, closely knit village for having a hand in bringing him up. He is someone who will make a wonderful husband one day! I am so glad I have the chance to know him….and would love to someday meet some of you as well.
    Thank you…..

  4. Betty Britton

    The Aherne family would like to thank all the people who travelled from all over(Belgium,Waterford,Clare etc.)to the funerals of Sean & Aggie Aherne R.I.P Moher Cross,Moyvane.They are together again,as they could not be without one another…
    -the stars fell out of the sky,
    and my tears rolled into the ocean
    cause if youre not really here
    then the stars dont even matter…
    cause if youre not really here
    then I dont wanna be either
    I wanna be next to you…

  5. Gerard Aherne

    On behalf of me and my family, i would like to thank all those who sympathised with my family and i and all the lovely cards on the loss of Sean Aherne .(Great husband and loving Father, grandfatherand great grandfather. R.I.P.moher cross moyvane.

  6. Friends in Australia

    Hello to the new residents of Moyvane! Connie and Willie Murphy. Hope you are settling in ok and the weather is great just like the weather you left behind in Canberra. Love from the ‘girls’ aka Carmel, Helen, Gaye, Sylvia, Joan and Lia. If you see them around the village go up and say hi from us!

    We check out the website regularly – love it!

  7. Gerard Aherne

    On behalf of me and my family, i would like to thank all those who sympathised with my family and i and all the lovely cards on the loss of Margreat Aherne (Aggie). Great wife and loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. R.I.P.moher cross moyvane.

  8. Matt McMahon

    I read your site every week and I am very impressed with the quality of the presentation. This is really a tribute to the Hanrahan family, and we will be forever thankful to them. We will miss them but keep up the good work.

    Matt (Washington DC)


    My Condoleences to all Members of the HANRAHAN family, May God grant them his peace and console you in your sorrow. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

  10. Marie Carmody

    I don’t know Mike and Denis Hanrahan personally, but having lived amongst the community of Moyvane for the last four years on an off, I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the Hanahran family and their friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  11. Willie Murphy

    Just found the site recently, great amount of information. But I now want to convey to all the members of the Hanrahan family my sincere sympathy, especially, Shane, Kayrena, Marian and Aine and all the devastated people of Moyvane. Will keep you all in our prayers, that the good Lord will comfort and sustain you all.

    From a Lyreacrompane exile in Maryland, U.S.A

  12. Noreen Lynch

    Our thoughts are with everyone in Moyvane during this terrible time.

  13. John J. Walsh III

    I take great pride in seeing the Web site with news of home. I’m a great-grandson of Patrick Mulvihill Walsh, who left the family farm at Galebridge in the 1880’s and went out to Chicago, later bringing some of his family members to Chicago. My cousin Jeremiah still lives on the farm at Galebridge. His mother, Julia, passed away several years ago, rest her soul. We last visited Jerh in February, 2006. Love and best regards to him, and to Joe at Joe’s Bar as well. We’ll be thinking of you all and will raise several jars to your health this weekend for St. Patrick’s Day. Slainte! –John Walsh

  14. Sean O'Connell

    In the old Knockanure cemetery there’s an old stone dedicated to James O’Connell and his father Edward O’Connell. Also mentioned are James children Michael and Anna. It was commissioned by Fr. James O’Connell, parish priest, of Melbourne, Australia. James children were born in Lahardane over by Ballybunion and James himself died in Listowel 1868. Does anyone know of this family and where Edwards home townland might have been.

  15. Gerald Moran

    I visited your lovely town in 1985. My father Augustine James Moran was born there December 16, 1923. His parents were James Moran and Hannah Nolan. I believe James worked at the Creamery. I’m wondering if any Moran decendants still live in the town.

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