Comment Moderation

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We love people to comment on, indeed it’s a great way of getting people involved, but over time we have found that some have tried to take advantage of the facility to post inappropriate comments on the site, so we now moderate all comments before they are published 🙁

Because of this, it may be a little while before your comment is approved.

Here are some of the reasons why your email may be rejected are:

  • Play nice: This is not a platform for personally abusive comments, inappropriate content, foul language, offensive material, abusive or off-topic comments – all will be deleted
  • Racist, sexist and homophobic comments will be deleted, and IPs may be blocked;
  • Be yourself: Impersonating any other individual or organisation may get you banned, so please use your correct email and name
  • No repeated posts please, and no marketing/sales messages – they will be deleted
  • No spam – they just make us angry !!!
  • Anything that might be inappropriate in a small community will not be tolerated … most of us know each other to meet on the street every day !

Some comments that make a good point, but have some objectionable content may have the objectionable bit comment removed. It will be marked where this has happened.

We’re pretty liberal and thankfully we haven’t had to block many comments, but better safe than sorry.

thanks for understanding

the admins at Millstreet.iefa

2 thoughts on “Comment Moderation”

  1. Can you please place this ad on Millstreet website:
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  2. Hello:

    I am searching for the Duggan Family from the County Cork area. Specifically my great-grandparents John Duggan and Julia Crowley. They were married at Rathmore Parish in 1871 and most, if not all of their children were baptized at Rathmore Parish.

    John Duggan, my great-grandfather died around 1926 if records are correct.
    Julia Duggan (maiden name Crowley) died around 1941 if records are correct.

    If anyone knows anything please respond.
    Thank You

    I know they lived in Nohoval for at least 1871-1941.

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