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60 patmon

Location: Belfast
Date: 31.01.2007
Time: 15:56:55
I have been on your site several times Mary, I get so engrossed that time flys by.
I look forward to new additions.
Your dedication and hard work are to be commended.

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59 paula

Location: morecambe lancashire england
Date: 31.01.2007
Time: 00:07:23
great site keep up the good work ,will be back to view thumbup in more depth

58 Trisha

Location: uk
Date: 28.01.2007
Time: 19:01:03
I am desperately trying to trace my belfast roots. Grandfather William Simpson was stationed in Dundalk, Co Louth during WW1. He met and married my grandmother here, her name was Elizabeth McQuillan. 29th April 1918. Trying to find the name of regement he may have been attached to whilst his stay in Louth. Any help would been greatly appreciated.

57 gerry garland

Location: Belfast
Date: 25.01.2007
Time: 12:11:25
great thanks i have been looking for things like this.
any for 1920-30-40-50-60. would be great

56 James Minnery

Date: 23.01.2007
Time: 19:06:39
Looking for Minnery and Bonner surnames.

55 Tim Falkiner

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Date: 23.01.2007
Time: 08:16:41
I noticed mention of a relative Daniel Falkiner who was also a barrister when I was doing a Google search.

54 Michelle Masterton

Location: Australia
Date: 23.01.2007
Time: 04:08:32
smile Hi, I've just found out that my dad was adopted in Northern Ireland, and we are trying to get hold of any information of his birth family. Look forward to searching your site.


53 Alice Cochrane

Location: Canada
Date: 22.01.2007
Time: 18:17:11
Many, many thanks! Wow what a lot of work. I am looking for my Great Grandfather's family - William Cochran, bc1825,Belfast area who emigrated to Canada (via NYC) in 1844.

52 Stanley Patton

Location: Coleraine - ex Belfast
Date: 22.01.2007
Time: 07:48:43
Fantastic site - please keep up the good work.

51 Judith Binks

Date: 22.01.2007
Time: 00:51:49
Looking for Ross McMahon b.1803 in Carrickmacross!

50 arlene pricer

Location: virginia, usa
Date: 21.01.2007
Time: 22:09:24
was not successfull and hope to locate my Bradleys from Londonderry.

49 Ryan Smith

Date: 21.01.2007
Time: 09:36:57
A brilliant resource, many thanks

48 Chris Jones

Location: Lancaster, Lancs. UK
Date: 20.01.2007
Time: 20:22:03
Great site! thumbup Found Donaldson's in Belfast. Both NAILERS. Any links, please email

47 chloe betty tumelty macdonald

Location: bangor
Date: 19.01.2007
Time: 19:10:59
we think its very interesting and it will take us a while to see it all.

46 Anne Branigan

Location: Dundonald Belfast
Date: 18.01.2007
Time: 16:29:10
Just found this site and look forward to exploring it.

45 Ruth Hall

Date: 18.01.2007
Time: 13:10:57
Great site Mary! You have put a lot of hours into this.

44 Ducklowgirl

Location: Canada
Date: 17.01.2007
Time: 18:20:54
Thanks for the info on directories and looking for my Dukelow family. I can see you've gone to a lot of work entering the info from directories. I'm a pretty fast typist but that's still an incredible task. Thanks again for your assistance...one day I hope to track down my "patriarch"'s time spent in Belfast.

43 Jeanne

Date: 17.01.2007
Time: 01:15:32
seeking caskeys in northern Ireland

42 Lois Weinman

Location: Wauwatosa, Wisconsin USA
Date: 16.01.2007
Time: 23:37:11
Just found this, and am anxious to understand how it works and will help me find my McShefferys and Gaults..
It looks most helpful Thank you

41 patrick.j.toms

Location: bangor co down
Date: 16.01.2007
Time: 14:37:28
just looking up some news which i have not found yet but will try

40 Ray McLaughlin

Location: Belfast
Date: 11.01.2007
Time: 23:57:45
I would love to know if it is possible to contact anyone who has access to later Belfast Street Directories, say from 30's or 40's, and onwards .
I'm interested in finding out more about relatives and old neighbours from the Springfield Road, Clonard area.
Your site is excellent, and it is good to see someone preserving the history of Belfast city.I look forward to you finishing the entire A to Z listings
Many Thanks

39 Sam Thompson

Location: Australia
Date: 09.01.2007
Time: 11:45:13
Congratulations on a fantastic resource. thumbup

38 Ian Reynolds

Location: Dubai UAE (but originally Glasgow)
Date: 09.01.2007
Time: 11:27:58
Excellent site. My grandmother (Sarah Young 1906-1979) moved from Belfast to Glasgow in the early 1920's. She was perhaps put in an orphanage or convent as a young child as we always thought she was an orphan. But her parents were married and lived in Boyd St and whilst I never saw them in the census list it was just great to see so much detail. many thanks.

37 Gina Owen

Location: Northern Ireland
Date: 08.01.2007
Time: 18:02:56
Hi there. My grandmother (Majorie Porter) gave me the site details to look at as she does not have a computer in the house - I am so touched to see an appreciate to my grandfather, Colonel Harry Porter! I will be recommending this site to my family members to they too can have a look. Thank you so much :) Gina


Location: ABERDEEN
Date: 08.01.2007
Time: 15:39:52

35 Janet

Location: Devon
Date: 06.01.2007
Time: 15:07:15
Very well put together site nice and clear and concise.

I am looking for my elusive McCandless family from Donegal, they are all over the world, but, i can't find one of them.

34 barbara hannon

Location: Cedar Rapids Iowa USA
Date: 06.01.2007
Time: 05:29:34
Spectacular. My great granparents left Belfast in 1880 to come to Iowa. You have helped provide a link to a void in our family history. Thankyou

33 Darren Wiese

Date: 02.01.2007
Time: 14:29:42
Thank you for making your extensive work available to everyone. I found the occupation of my GG Grand Father on your site which I couldnt find anywhere.

Kind regards, Darren

32 Mary Lennon

Location: Northern Ireland
Date: 02.01.2007
Time: 00:35:05
Thank you so much everyone for your lovely comments, makes it all worthwhile, if you have problems with this annoying anti-spam code, please email me what you'd like put in the guestbook and I can do it from my end, I'm sorry it's neccessary to have the anti-spam thing otherwise you'd be wading through numerous porno and enlargement adverts, Thank you for your persistance smile

31 Michael Costello

Location: Belfast
Date: 31.12.2006
Time: 12:55:03
A very useful site .Well done,you have put a lot of work into this! thumbup

30 Kenneth

Location: Castlewellan
Date: 30.12.2006
Time: 21:10:20
smile Good site .Very interesting about the Burma campaign smile smile

29 Kermit Heid

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Date: 28.12.2006
Time: 17:17:29
Looking for information regarding Robert & Solomon Carson, born about 1820 in, I believe, the Derryvalley area.

28 Christopher

Location: Co. Down. Northern Ireland
Date: 28.12.2006
Time: 00:02:36
A great site. Loads of interesting information and brilliant photographs.


27 Bob Cook

Location: York
Date: 27.12.2006
Time: 23:31:07
Very good site - piles of info and great construction. Now on my favourites list
Thank you

26 Gary Thompson

Location: Belfast
Date: 20.12.2006
Time: 16:07:40
Excellent site. Many thanks for making the results of your hard work available to us all.
Best regards,

25 jim donnelly

Location: belfst
Date: 19.12.2006
Time: 19:00:33
just stumbled across the page and will return when more time is available.

24 George McCarroll

Location: San Diego CA USA
Date: 17.12.2006
Time: 17:25:17
Excellent site ! Keep up the great work.

23 Lyz Morrow Staman

Location: Alexandria, VA USA
Date: 17.12.2006
Time: 05:48:51
MORROW of Ballyjamesduff, County Cavan IRL & Ontario

Been researching them for over 20 years, then I stumble across your website with this entry:
Robert Morrow - Lord Farnham Ballyjamesduff
writings from the 'Family Altar' belonging to Robert Morrow of Ballyjamesduff

And I remember in 2003 I standing in a run down, over grown Presbyterian grave yard outside Ballyjamesduff, copying down this exact Robert Morrow's tombstone information. He is my direct descendant!

Thanks SO MUCH for adding more to my puzzle! Any MORROW researchers (CAN, AUS,NZ, IRL), please email


22 david wallace

Location: belfast
Date: 16.12.2006
Time: 15:41:37
great site i found my great great grandfather in the 1880s another david wallace living in lillput row in belfast i would love to try and find were he lived before that but i have hit a brick wall any help would be great

keep up the good work

21 Carrie Dickson

Location: Bangor. N.I.
Date: 15.12.2006
Time: 14:25:27
Great site . The street listings are wonderful I found my grandfather in the 1907 dir. in Charles St. S. working as a Hackler ( a rotten job combing the flax) McKissick ia a rare name so finding him I was delighted. looking forward to you finishing 1907.

20 Malcolm Calvert McCoull

Location: Belfast (Sleive Bloom)
Date: 12.12.2006
Time: 11:35:05
My Grandmother was born at 10 Donegal Place about 1869
(Clara Jury) They were Huguenots - Thanks to your
excellent site My Cousin (Peter Calvert) has done a lot of the
Donkey work in tracing my relatives in Ireland - The McCoull's
will be a harder nut to crack as there were so many ways of
spelling it - McCall McCool MacCool etc I think it all dates
back to the days before English as we know it was spoken.
Keep up the good work you are doing a good and important
job - Regards, Malcolm

19 Barry Daggger (son of Ken)

Location: Bath, Somerset
Date: 03.12.2006
Time: 15:30:17
Hello Jim - My father, Ken Dagger, saw a note from Mary in the recent Burma Star journal and asked that I should make contact with you. Sadly, Dad is in hospital having had a severe stroke but is recovering and still very much "on the ball" - I say that because he was "on the wing" for the 8th Belfast HAA Regts' soccer team (being English he must have been good!) of which he has a photograph.
Dad says he remembers you being in the band and wishes you the very best.
Congratulations on a terrific website. smile

18 tom Ferris

Location: Australia
Date: 29.11.2006
Time: 09:01:19
Thanks for your site. I found in the 1907 Directory my Granfather's name and address at 42 Belmont Avenue, Strandtown, Ballymacarrett, Belfast. His occupation - rivetter. He worked in the Shipyards of harland & Woolf on the hulls of the ships, "Olympic" & "Titanic". Trying to trace any of my Blefast relatives.
Wonderful site!

17 Shirley Mackay

Location: Canada
Date: 26.11.2006
Time: 02:39:58
Love reading this... Hope you keep adding to it. I am learning about the land of my 'fathers'.

Really appreciate the time and effort you have put into this.

16 Joy Todd

Location: New Zealand
Date: 24.11.2006
Time: 05:31:42
What a wonderful site, well done. smile

15 Frank Mallon

Location: Belfast now England
Date: 22.11.2006
Time: 19:05:16
smile Great. I almost feel at home and I found great grandfather and grandfather in the 1880's.

14 Sandra Wood

Location: Australia
Date: 21.11.2006
Time: 03:58:08
G smile reat site, glad I was told to look here thumbup

13 sam melville

Location: belfast (living in carnmoney)
Date: 15.11.2006
Time: 13:57:10
super site a must for anyone interested in genealogy
keep up the good work.

12 Pat Lawrence

Location: SURREY (born in Belfast)
Date: 12.11.2006
Time: 19:52:04
Have been trying to find Waddell's in Armagh/Keady and through your site have come accross 2. Thanks

11 Peter Killow

Location: Devon
Date: 11.11.2006
Time: 22:20:12
Well done, you have been busy with your valuable work - thanks.

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