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Mr. by Nicholas Mc Kenna from Ballymena
09. November 2010
Father Stanley was a wonderful Priest and Friend May he rest in peace
Deepest sympathy by Susan Gore from Rathkenny
05. November 2010
Our deepest smypathy is with Fr. Stanley's family and friends who will miss him terribly. A special word of thanks to Mary, his housekeeper and a close circle of friends who took special care of him as his illness progressed. As we all know he loved to keep up to date with all through this website and spent many enjoyable hours working on it. It is a credit to him as founder. It is very touching to write a message for him here as we know he will be watching over us and giving it his seal of approval. Father, please watch over and guide us and may you rest in peace. Ollie and Susan Gore & Family.
Ms by Margaret Woods from Newry
04. November 2010
Fr. Stanley, may you rest in peace. Thank you for remembering me in your prayers in my time of illness. May you continue to care for those in need, while in your new place of rest. May God reward you for your acts and thoughts of kindness when on earth. I will keep you in my prayers. Margaret.
Fr by James Kane from Orange 2800 N.S.W Australia
04. November 2010
Sympathy from a St Finians Classmate James Kane
Fr. Gerard Stanley, R.I.P. by Michael F. Moran KHS from Westport
04. November 2010
I wish to express my deepest sympathy on the passing of Father Gerard, Michael
Imelda Tobin by imelda toibin from moynalvy
04. November 2010
I did not know Fr. Stanley personally, but I prayed for him in his final illness, as he passed from this life to Eternity. May his soul rest in peace! Tu es sacerdos in aeternum, secundum ordinem Melchisedech. Alleluia! Hic est sacerdos quem coronavit Dominus Alleluia! . .....Ps. 109
03. November 2010
Fr. Gerry was a special priest and good friend. We enjoyed his company at the Western Region Mass for the Order of the Holy Sepulchre in Cong on a number of occasions. May he rest in Peace with the Lord.
sympathy by Margaret Lee from rathkenny
03. November 2010
Thank God we had Fr. Stanley as Parish Priest in Rathkenny Parish. He was humble and kind but, above all, holy. May he rest in peace.
With Sympathy by Bernie & Damien O'Reilly from Ballyjamesduff. Co Cavan.
03. November 2010
We are saddened today to hear about the death of Fr.Stanley. We give thanks to God for his life and his fifty years of dedication to the Priesthood. The "Light of Heaven" to you Fr. Stanley. We cannot mourn for a soul set free.
Rest in Peace, Fr. Stanley by Anne from
03. November 2010
We are saddened today to hear the death of our former parish priest, Fr. Gerry Stanley. He played an enormous part in starting this wonderful website and he touched the lives of many people. May he find comfort and peace with God.
Brien/Gahagan/MacGeoghegan by Elaine from Co Louth
20. October 2010
Hi can anyone help me find out more info on the following BERNARD GAHAGAN married CATHERINE LEONARD (I believe buried in Rathkenny) their children Patrick/Owen? and James (born 1833) emigrated to Sth Carolina and their daughter Kate (B1837) married Mathew Brien approx 1860. Mathew Brien born abt 1836 we think around wilkinstown he was a shepherd but have no other details on him
hiii ! by Rachel Moore from Wilkinstown
14. September 2010
hi everyone! im Rachel Moore i go to school in rathkenny it is a great school our teacher Mrs.Coogan is very helpful and kind. I would like to wish father Stanley a Happy Retirement. Bye xxxx
Thanks by ollie weldon from rathkenny
07. September 2010
I'd like thank Father Stanley for all his help over the years and wish him a happy retirement. You will be sadly missed. ollie sandra robyn and ben
Best wishes by Rathkenny Active Retirement Group from Rathkenny
30. August 2010
Best wishes and hope you enjoy your retirement Fr.Stanley.From Rathkenny Active Retirement Group
best website ever by shane fox from australia
01. June 2010
This is to me the best website in ireland, no actually in ireland and australia!!!!!!!! shane fox
Regina Coeli by Imelda Tobin from Moynalvy
19. April 2010
Lovely to see the reminder that the "Regina Coeli" is recited instead of The Angelus in Paschal Time. I have a query about the duration of its recitation. I always thought it was recited until Trinity Sunday!
White Family and Dillon Family by Robert J. Babcock from Cape Cod, Massachusett, USA
08. April 2010
I am related to the White Family (Ina, Margaret, Paddy and John). Also my Mother was a Dillon from the Glen in Lobinstown. I visit every year. I rent a cottage in Fordstown. Would love to hear from anyone.
Mullen by Stephanie from Olathe, KS, USA
13. March 2010
Hello! I am searching for any information of Mullen relatives. Specifically, my ggg grandfather was John Mullen and I believe that he was born 1809 in Castletown/Kilpatrick. His father may have been Patrick Mullen b1788 in Rathkenny. John's baptismal record shows Patrick Mullen and Anne Weldon as parents. The IFHF also shows a birth of Anne Weldon in Rathkenny. Hoping for some news before I make the trip to Ireland in October:-)
Lambe/Flood Family by Lauraine Lambe Harper from Florida USA
03. February 2010
I am trying to locate any family members in the area. My great grandfather Peter Lambe was born in Castletown/Kilpatrick to Patrick Lambe and Mary Bridget Flood/Lambe in 1869. They moved to Rathkenny and had children named Henry, John, Catherine, Mary, James and Bridget. I will be searching for any information when I come to Ireland with my sister in March, 2010. I would appreciate any information. Thank you so much.
The Mortimers of Creewood. by Pól Ó Duibhir from Dublin
20. October 2009
I am chasing up my family history and have got back as far as Thomas Mortimer in Creewood. He would have been my great-great-grandfather. I think he had died by 1861 when his son Joseph married Mary Anne Conneely, from Conemara, in Dublin's Pro-Cathedral. I guess his parish would have been Grangegeeth. I don't know whether he was Protestant or Catholic but his son married in the RC church (albeit with a dispensation from the Archbishop). I don't know if the dispensation related to his religion or to Mary Anne being less than full age (17). I would be very interested to hear from anyone with knowledge of the Mortimers (I have seen the Griffiths Valuation material). My family history site is at www.photopol.com/fam_hist_mat.html and my cameo of Joseph Mortimer is at www.photopol.com/james_st/joseph_mortimer_fam.html. Thank you for letting me use this space for this request. I can be contacted at poduibhir[@]yahoo[.]co[.]uk (remove the square brackets when emailing).
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