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249 bob



Location: NEW ZEALAND
Date: 23.10.2007
Time: 04:37:51
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You never cease to amaze me with your site.You go from strength to strength and we are all better people for it or we should be.Keep it going Mary


248 Bill Bowman



Location: Kent, England, originally from Belfast
Date: 21.10.2007
Time: 17:17:26
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What a great site and so full of useful information - I have just started tracing my family tree and this site has been very helpful so far - just reading through the street index.

Keep up the good work


247 Jan Pearson



Location: Hertfordshire, England
Date: 20.10.2007
Time: 14:02:50
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What a lovely site! I haven't found my grandfather yet, but he could be in there somewhere! Thank you for making the information available. Jan


246 Victor Johnston



Location: Carrickfergus
Date: 19.10.2007
Time: 00:21:04
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An excellent site.
Thank you


245 stan pearcce



Location: belfast
Date: 18.10.2007
Time: 21:01:09
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Have just discovered your fantastic site . Have so many things I would like to research , especially any concerning 8th Belfast HAA Regiment, I had two uncles who were with them at Dunkirk and Burma , and thats just a starter !
Good luck in everything you do ,

Stan Pearce


244 Sal Brennan



Location: Belfast
Date: 16.10.2007
Time: 18:00:51
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This site was a great find. In attempting to locate family members on my father's side of the family I was able to identify not just my great grand parents but my great, great grand parents in the Carrickhill area of Belfast. This information has realy enhanced my search and led me to other possibly family links.


243 Liz Carnell



Location: UK
Date: 15.10.2007
Time: 22:45:31
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What a fabulous resource. I've found my great grandfather John Bennett in Shipbuoy St, Belfast. Sadly when I visited a few weeks ago I found it was a car park under a flyover.

Can't wait to spend longer on this website and particularly hope to find out more about William Hyde and his four daughters and two sons.


242 william thompson



Location: dundonald northern ireland
Date: 15.10.2007
Time: 19:47:16

I was just browsing when I found your site. It is brilliant.
Congradulations! My own grandfather was in the second Bn
Irish Guards. He was Private Joseph Thompson 7039.
He was Killed 30 september 1916. He has no known grave.
He came from 81 Solway street Newtownards road.



email address updated - Mary 29.7.09


241 Peter Chalmers



Location: Ayr
Date: 14.10.2007
Time: 01:25:37
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In your comparison of the covenant signings and the 1910 street directory, for Canton Street, you have missed out number 49. James Burton, my Grandfather resided there and signed the covenant in 1912
Regards
Peter


240 wylie richard



Location: Comber
Date: 13.10.2007
Time: 23:20:08
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Interested in family members of John Hunter Wylie now deceased of 202 west circular rd Belfast.


239 Brernard Sancto



Location: Gillingham, Kent
Date: 13.10.2007
Time: 17:20:01
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Just found this site. Will peruse in depth & comment later.


238 Jill Chape



Location: Knowle, Solihull, West Midlands. U.K.
Date: 13.10.2007
Time: 16:52:44
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I am just starting, so have not used you site yet. But so far it looks good.
Jill


237 Pat Bryson



Location: NEWTOWNARDS
Date: 12.10.2007
Time: 12:34:36
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Haven't started yet but hope to soon!


236 Deborah May



Location: Australia
Date: 12.10.2007
Time: 10:38:29
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A fantastic website. As I am new to family history I am constantly astounded by the generosity and assistance provided by people such as yourself. Particularly for those of us unfamiliar with Ireland.
Thanks so much


235 Nancy Dinnigan



Location: Toronto, Ontario
Date: 10.10.2007
Time: 18:13:33
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Thanks very much for doing all this work. It has been very helpful. The only thing that would help me more would be the inclusion of directories between 1881 and 1900. I saw 1887 at Linen Hall while visiting Belfast recently but it was stored off shelf, which I discovered too close to closing time (and my departure from Belfast) to ask for any subsequent years.

Thank you again.


234 eileen kelly



Location: belfast
Date: 08.10.2007
Time: 17:23:45
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great site mary thank-you so much for your help in the past as you must be so busy. funny as i try to trace ellen doyle the name wylie came up. is it coinsidence?????????????


233 Ray williams



Location: Birkenhead
Date: 08.10.2007
Time: 17:14:56
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A most clear and useful source material for investigation work into the Victorian period. Sources such as yours are invaluable to children building a picture of the past and the way people lived. We are now able to construct a Victorian Street with the trades and occupations accurately represented. Naturally the so called experts in the various Departments of Education would never dream of providing such a useful resource as it might actually enable children to develop the kind of skills they keep rabbiting on about in their efforts to tell professional teachers how to do their jobs. thumbup


232 Maureen Macfarlane nee O'Hara



Location: Vancouver British Columbia
Date: 08.10.2007
Time: 11:02:50
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My father Joesph O'Hara fought WW11 form start to finish in the R.A.F stationed in north africa and germany he was always proud to be an Irishman from Falls Road Belfast but never talked much of the war years passed away in Canada 1991


231 John Scott



Location: N.Ireland
Date: 07.10.2007
Time: 23:28:33
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An excellent source of information as I research my Family Tree


230 Peter J Burrows



Location: Norfolk England
Date: 07.10.2007
Time: 19:30:20
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I have just found your very good site and have seen a picture of my dad Cpt Lionel Burrows of the 8th Belfast H.A.A Reg I would be interest to hear from anyone who can give me any information on his service record or where can I obtain this info.


229 Cathleen



Location: California
Date: 29.09.2007
Time: 03:27:04
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thumbup This is a GREAT web site, very well done. I would like to see if anyone know's Patrick, John and James McAlindon from the Hilltown, Co. Down area...These are the Children of MaryAnne Farnon and James McAlindon. There must be some family somewhere out there, children and Grandchildren....Mary Anne is my Grandfather Peter Farnon sister. Thanks! for any help !!!!


228 Eleanor Mckittrick




Date: 21.09.2007
Time: 17:35:31
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thumbup Just a quick visit but I am impressed went on to Eddie's site, I will be back, Congratulations on what I have seen so far. and Good Luck
Eleanor


227 Victoria Brann



Location: Co. Down. N. Ireland
Date: 20.09.2007
Time: 18:27:30
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Thank you. It was lovely seeing photographs of my Father Norman Brann who died last year aged 90. Up until the last few years he regularly saw Jack Baillie, Harry Porter, Stuart Pollock, Robin Reade and many others from The 8th.


226 Marge Fulton



Location: Hazard, KY, USA
Date: 20.09.2007
Time: 14:57:25
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thumbup What a treasure this site truly is. You must love genealogy, as do I. My husband's Fulton family from Ligoneil, left Ireland around the famine. It is hard to find records but this site brought up a few Fultons from that time period. Kudos to you!


225 THOMAS



Location: Co DOWN
Date: 20.09.2007
Time: 12:40:45
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THANK YOU FOR A VERY INTERESTING SITE ,I HAVE ENJOYED IT IMMENSELY. I WILL USE IT MORE OFTEN ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU.


224 john hetherington



Location: Armagh
Date: 19.09.2007
Time: 22:37:02
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A very interesting site.The photographs are especially evocative.
I recently was given photographs of my grandfather and his brothers from 1916.The look in their eyes says it all! I have always had a passionate interest in the first world war and was deeply gratified to find a site as interesting as this one.I am amazed that such facinating material has survived---a few lines in an old register paints such vivid pictures of daily life in the battery---laconically recorded,but this is the very stuff of living history.


223 perde




Date: 19.09.2007
Time: 11:02:35
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good site thank you


222 joan melville



Location: Dundonald
Date: 16.09.2007
Time: 08:22:04
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Hi thanks for a wonderful site.My father's family came from inner Belfast,but I knew nothing about them till tonight I found them on your great site Geo Nellins Paviour in teutonic st.Father is Melville ,mother is Hunt /Gaughan from mayo and Sligo but then to the Durham mines where she was born!Brilliant site.I've been living in Spain for 25 years so I imagine all these old streets are now gone.Thank you for a huge effort.Joan


221 David Mannus



Location: N Ireland
Date: 15.09.2007
Time: 01:31:56
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First class site. My parents had one of these yearbooks at home and it used to fascinate me as a child. I used to wonder at the efforts made to record everything and some of the occupations. Now trying to piece together my family history the whole thing makes historical sense. Well done! thumbup


220 Anne



Location: Born Nth Ireland. Living in Australia.
Date: 14.09.2007
Time: 07:42:11
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I stumbled on your pages and you are to be congratulated for the work you have done. I have been browsing here for the last 2 hours and have so much more to read. I was fascinated with the old photos and the stories. Keep up the great work. smile thumbup


219 Diane Van Ess




Date: 13.09.2007
Time: 20:17:36
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I thumbup am looking for anyone who knows Leonard Van Ess. He served in the army during ww2.


218 Carol Miller Voigt



Location: Newark, Delaware
Date: 10.09.2007
Time: 15:43:13
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First view of your wonderful website. Looking for record of my g-g-grandfather Thomas Miller, born in/near Belfast ca 1790, ropemaker, came to US abt 1830 with wife Mary Burton & two daughters to maintain ropes for new gravity rr hauling coal at Carbondale, PA. Could he have been son of ropemaker George Miller in 1806-1819 Belfast City Directories?


217 STEPHEN WRIGHT



Location: LICHFIELD, STAFFORDSHIRE
Date: 10.09.2007
Time: 10:55:37
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I was delighted to find your interesting site. My father, Sidney Ernest Wright served with 8th (CoB) HAA Regiment in India. He was a Leicester man and was Assistant Adjutant and later a Battery Commander. I think I could pick him out on one of your photographs, also his very good friend Frank Waterton. My father passed away a few years ago now and Frank Waterton CBE died last year. Both had long retirements. I have my father's very personal War Diary ( a precious memento) from setting sail on the Brittanic and quite a collection of photographs and other documents.


216 Lefayre Palmer



Location: Sydney Australia
Date: 09.09.2007
Time: 03:03:10
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Thank you for your wonderful work. I have only just found your site and will be sure to return. My interests are Scotts of Rathfriland, Barlows of Dublin and Wexford, and Jeffares of Wexford..


215 Yvonne Burrows



Location: Georgetown Ontario Canada
Date: 07.09.2007
Time: 17:54:42
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Great site, will come back often, my Family was from East Belfast.
Thank you for all your hard work.


214 Wayne



Location: Ontario Canada
Date: 07.09.2007
Time: 03:35:52
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Wonderful site, I finally found Leopold Street and Derry Street. I am researching Porters in county Antrim. Keep up the good work it is appreciated, Wayne


213 Sharon/USA



Location: USA
Date: 06.09.2007
Time: 17:59:34
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Very nice website. Thanks for all the very hard work.


212 Maureen Macfarlane nee O'Hara



Location: Vancouver British Columbia Canada
Date: 06.09.2007
Time: 08:03:15
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Hello
Great site looking for anyone who new the O'Hara on 142 falls road and falls water street 1928 to the 1970 elen O.Hara ansd Andrew O'Hara worked clonard confectionarys on the falls joesph and sheila o,hara nee Depo
thank you
Maureen


211 shirley burnett



Location: liverpool
Date: 05.09.2007
Time: 11:57:47
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researching relatives. MAINEY, WHATLEY and BURROWS. VERY HELPFUL SITE. thumbup


210 Hilda Baker nee Wylie



Location: Sligo Ireland
Date: 04.09.2007
Time: 17:10:01
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I have been researching my Wylie family for some time and at last found most of them. They came from Loughgall Armagh.I believe the Allens family took over when William Wylie died.in 1900 or there abouts.I am still looking for my the whereabouts of my Grandfather William George Wylie he sailed to Toronto in 1906 and I cannot find where he went to after that.He left a wife and four children back in Sligo. Anyone out there have any information on my Wylie family I would be so greatfull to hear it.Thank you all.
Hilda Baker nee Wylie


209 Patrick Sheehan



Location: Belfast
Date: 04.09.2007
Time: 01:06:07
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Excellent site. The Computer searching makes researching so much easier. Thanks for all the hard work. Do you know if anyone has computerised the 1901 Belfast Street Directory (assuming there is one). It would tie in so well with the 1901 Census.


208 Christopher Mulholland




Date: 02.09.2007
Time: 17:11:08
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Looking for Mulhollands in cavan 1840s


207 Jim McCully



Location: New Zealand
Date: 02.09.2007
Time: 12:04:02
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Just located your website through Rootsweb IRL-ANTRIM - Belfast Streets query. Yet to go through it thoroughly, I have been gathering McCully/McCulley records in a one name study for 30+ years and looks like your information will be a great help


206 Doreen Amos



Location: Winnipeg, Canada
Date: 01.09.2007
Time: 21:02:46
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Just found your website so will be busy trying to find
where my grandparents lived. I think one is 112 Agnes St. and another 19 Bentham St. (surname Carberry). On my mother's birth certificate Braemer St. is mentioned. Thanks so much
for this wonderful site. Doreen


205 Nancy Holmes Simpson



Location: Gallup NM
Date: 01.09.2007
Time: 18:07:57
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Thanks so much for your hard work on this ! It was exciting to find more information on the HOLMES family merchants of Ann St. Anyone with info on this family is welcome to write !


204 Joan Walker



Location: Washington State, U.S.A.
Date: 31.08.2007
Time: 23:09:12
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Looking for relatives in County Donegal who frequently spilled over into N. Ireland.
Your website is amazing. So generous to share all your hard work!


203 Kathleen



Location: U.S.A.
Date: 30.08.2007
Time: 05:34:50
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thumbup This is a Great Web. site, and I'm having a nice time.
I'm tring to fine any information I can on John J. Carroll, born abt. 1844-45 County Cork, Ireland. His wife was Mary Casey, born 1845 , County Cork , Ireland. Her parents were Ellen and Jeremiah Casey. They came to the U.S. in abt. 1869-70, lived in New York til abt. 1879, and came out to Park City, Utah. They raised four children , Mary, Ellen, Frank and Agnes. They both died in Park City.


202 Francis Bottomley



Location: Camberley, England
Date: 27.08.2007
Time: 12:25:41
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A brilliant morning. Up to now, I have had very little information about my Belfast ancestors. Today I have more than doubled what I know. Thanks.


201 George McCartney



Location: New York, USA
Date: 26.08.2007
Time: 19:32:35
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I've visited your site several times. It has been helpful and informative. I will be back many times. I want to see everything.

It is a great site. Thank you for all of your work.


200 james mcilvogue



Location: llandudno north wales
Date: 25.08.2007
Time: 16:52:11
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very interesting site. i was searching for my fathers place of birth i remember it could of been REA ST OR RAY ST. BELFAST in 1900 not too sure though. will keep looking
mni tks


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