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Greetings from Redding California. I had the pleasure of being in Millstreet on St. Patrick’s Day 2010. My wife and I met Sean Radley and his hospitality was fabulous. Regrets we won’t be able to be there this year, but in advance, ad Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all.
Rick and Beth Healy
Hello Rick And Beth thank,s for your Greetings i was born in Millstreet all my family went away to find work same old story they went to South Africa and oz also usa we have had a very poor summer. Sean Radley keeps the name of Millstreet going hope you make Ireland again Keep going Stay Strong All the best john
My people are from Millstreet. My Great Great Grandparents Patrick and Johanna Sullivan O’Leary lived in Millstreet. I enjoy your website. It helps keep me connected to my Irish roots.
I hope to visit Ireland sometime during the next couple of years.
Patrick O’Leary Louisville, KY
My mother was born in Park, Knocknagree in 1909. She attended secondary school at Presentation Convent in Millstreet before emigrating in 1926, and marrying my father from Ballyduff, Co. Kerry. They lived in the Bronx where I was born their entire married life. We traveled by boat and stayed the whole summer of 1949 in Ireland. It was a very dry summer, and we had a great time. I think I remember every day of it even now.
I, too, enjoy your website. I feel a link with the people I read about.
Keep up the good work!
My grandfather’s name was Jeremiah Breen and he was station master at Rathcoole railway station. Does anyone remember him?
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