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  1. Elaine Hughes

    Hi there, Elaine here. My grandmother Johanna Moore was from Moyvane and i’m just wondering if anyone remembers her and might be able to give me some info on her family, would really love to meet some of them or at least find out some information about them. Thanks, Bye for now. Elaine

  2. paula rich

    Betty Gisborne(nee maggie lynch) passed away recently. anyone know the family or remember the lynch’s. (father-thomas- mother- lilian sheridan?

  3. Michael Holly

    Hello There
    I lived in O’Connells Avenue Listowel from 1936-1956 does anybody out there remember my family or that time

  4. Frank Moran

    I visited Moyvane in 1947 as a boy never to return. I have since become a remarkable spoon player – the best. I didn’t play them when I was in Moyvane – everyone’s loss!

  5. Gianluca Baroni

    I was looking for a Job in Ireland country and came across your nice website and your wonderfull village.
    I’m a farmer and hope I could find a job in your beautiful area.
    Greetings from Tuscany, Italy

  6. John Corcoran- Listowel

    Owen Hand mentioned the Moyvane presence at the Stuttgart international football (Ireland v Germany) match tonight on Today FM and mentioned he had some connection with Moyvane…Perhaps someone who reads this can pass it on to the Moyvane banner holders when they return from their travels….Pity about the result though.

  7. Rosie

    Big winner of either the Mazda or 20,000 euros in the 5/13 GAA Development Draw was Gerald McKenna!!! Why no picture of that famous fellow???? We know it isn’t shyness – what could it be? Didn’t he have his sunglasses with him?

  8. Grzegorz Kaminski

    Just a note to say this site is excellent!

  9. Buddy Keane

    Hello Again:
    I’ve notice the name Mulvihill mentioned quite often .That was my grandmothers name,her married name was O’grady sons Dan and tom, daughters Mary, Bridie{my mother} and Elizabeth..I was wondering if anyone may have known them. Its been some time since last visited at that time it was known to me as Newtownsands. Again I enjoy very much to read and keep up to the news, I can remmeber meeti g Con Broson at me cousins Dan O’Gradys wedding in the Bronx.

  10. linda pearse

    it is great that the town has a website at last . can not wait to see all over in eire .

  11. Johannes Kühl

    Hello, my name is Johannes (16). I`m from Bonn, Germany and I`m going to live in your wonderful village. The Stacks will be my hostfamily for 6 months. I`m looking forward to meeting them very soon and i think i will have a great time. See you…
    P.s.: I will arrive on the 30th of August `06

  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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!

  15. 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!!!!!!!!!

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