Hello everyone, this is the first post on the Cloonfad blog. Please post plenty more!
Hi there, not sure if anyone reads this blog anymore but Im hoping someone can help. Im looking for relatives of Thady and Margaret Julia Corcoran (my grandparents) from Cloonfad, not sure exactly where, possibly Buckhill. I know they were a farming family and had several children. I would love to find some relatives. If anyone can help please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org thanks - Caroline
Nothing happening on this site since 2008? Bit like Cloonfad itself. RIP the Celtic Tiger.
Hi my name is Pat i was born in cloonfad .Its a very nice place with very friendly people . I have fond memories of growing up there .
Lovelly to see all the past issues of the wonderful parish magazine available on the internet. Well done you all!
John, (mother - Bridget Kelly of Culkeen)
Cngrats on the blog,great achievement for a little village,proud of my home village and what it has ahieved.God is good to us all.
Congratulations on the website, and congratulations to Nick & Emily Clapham (denizens of West Dulwich, South London, but long-time fans of Cloonfad), who were wed last Saturday.
You could definitely do with some comments from the residents!
Congrats and well done on the website, its looks really well.
Regards, Elaine Bowens
Hi Guys, congrats on publishing the website.Let me know if you guys need any help with the website design...
Cape Town calling!!! Now isn't Cloonfad a very cosmopolitan place!?! But why no comments from residents!?!
Spent a few years in Hong Kong Mark with numerous visits to Shanghai and Beijing. Is it still as cold?!?