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  • Martin O'loughlin from United Kingdom posted on Sat, Jan 18, 2020 12:42:56
    Just to echo Gerald Joyce point ,he is a first cousin of mine His mother Barbra and my mother Bridie are sisters All of the family moved  either moved to the States or the Uk Gerald has a wonderful command of the Gaelic language considering he is not a native speaker and was good to meet up him when recently in the UK
  • Gerald Joyce from United States posted on Sat, Oct 12, 2019 1:57:22
    My mother is Bairbre Hughie Sheian Bhreathnaigh from Doire Iorrais. The house she was born in is literally across the road from Loch con Aortha. I live in Chicago now, but spent a lot of time there as a child.
  • Anthony Neill from Ireland posted on Sun, Jul 07, 2019 17:36:11
    Hello all I have just watched your wonderful programme on TG4 thankfully with subtitles, congratulations to you for deciding to act!!! How can I help? have you ever thought of creating a "friends of Loch con Aortha? I am originally from Courtmacsherry in Co. Cork but have lived in the UK for many years, your programme touched me and if you have any initiatives that you take to raise funds or the very important issues of emigration please let me know Kind Regards Anthony O' Neill Its very strange but i have no Irish but just listening to the language stirs my soul!!!
  • Marie Sullivan from Ireland posted on Fri, Jul 05, 2019 11:32:08
    I completed my Masters in Landscape Archaeology based on the village in 2011. Happy to see that my groundwork has been equally portrayed on the screen.a lot done much more to do. Great to wintness so much community spirit.
  • Pádraig from Ireland posted on Sun, Jun 30, 2019 23:10:20
    Beannachtaí Ó Chorcaigh. Sár-chlár, sár-áit, sár-suíomh. Bhí mé ann Ráth. Go n-éirí go geal libh
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