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Hi,buster good luck with your search if memory serves me right we did have a photograph of some of the macken staff posted here on the site but I m not sure if it's still around to see,maybe some of the other members can help.
Walking past Brendella skirt factory on Cumberland street on Friday I read a notice well two actually in the window one thanking everyone for 83 years of loyalty, and on the near window plans for apartments end of an era, I remember mister Fogarty the owner driving around in his silver rolls Royce.
Yes have heard similar comments about Joe's over the last few years which is sad .
- Wed Sep 25, 2019 7:23 am
- Forum: Genealogy
- Topic: The Workhouse, Loughlinstown
- Replies: 44
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Hi rocker, a few years ago I did a little research on a relative who spent a short spell in the workhouse, I joined the national archives and got the regesters for the year of her death 1902 I back tracked the pages and got her date of her admission and reason for admission states the word sick besi...
- Thu Jun 20, 2019 3:01 pm
- Forum: Holidays and Festivities
- Topic: BIRTHDAYS
- Replies: 2169
- Views: 152389
Sinead sorry to have missed wishing you a happy birthday ,so belated happy birthday, anyhow every day we wake up and put our feet on the ground (or foot in some people's case) is a bithday, hope you're on the mend.
Regarding Lidl the supermarket was built on the site where mount Belton bungalows stood so why not "welcome to Lidl Mount Belton ".On a side note and on the same road my great grandparents marriage certificate (1896) reads The Sally noggins glenageary kingstown parish of monkstown .Sorry strum way o...
- Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:25 am
- Forum: Welcome to the Site and introduce yourself here if you like.
- Topic: Hello
- Replies: 10
- Views: 695
Hello john and welcome I had a very enjoyable weekend with family home for st Patrick's festival, it's nice meeting up on these occasions instead of the usual wedding and funerals I hope you're bank holiday went well.
- Wed Feb 20, 2019 3:56 pm
- Forum: Famous and infamous Dunlaoghaire-ites
- Topic: Father Shay Cullen
- Replies: 12
- Views: 3640
Just watched a very interesting interview with father Shay Cullen (Glasthule born) this man has done sterling work as pointed out by grammer in the above posts,to think Dun laoghaire/rathdown county council gave its first civic honour to Brian O Driiscoll who is to my knowledge not from the borough...
- Tue Feb 19, 2019 10:05 am
- Forum: General chat
- Topic: Somewhere to Chat.
- Replies: 12918
- Views: 617022
Jemser,s correct about the food,we stopped off for grub in bakers about three weeks ago and the food wasn't at all up to it's old standard ,most important for the grub in your pub to be up to scratch as the reputation of the establishment is often built on it recamendation and word of mouth from cus...