I love Clonmel and its heritage but I’m not proud of that disgraceful event known as the “national Coiursing Meeting” and I believe I am entitled to dissent from the view that it makes the town and district look good. It doesn’t. This 3 day festival of animal baiting, of subjecting hares to the terror and distress of this so-called sport, is making Clonmel the cruelty capital of Ireland. We should ban it forever as happened in other parts of the world (Northern Ireland banned it last year) instead of promoting it as a wonderful sporting event, which it must definitely isn’t! This it what some call “sport” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D58qbzC-GI4&feature=player_embedded
I used to live out at Rathwalter by Tullaghmelan. I left there when i was 18 and i am now 83. I had to leave Ireland, i could not get a job in them far off days, i live in England It would be great if i could get in touch with someone who might remember years gone bye
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Hi my name is dermot riordan from tipperary town
Great site. Well done. Clonmel looks a wonderfully lively place. My relative George Hughes is in St Patrick's graveyard and I definitely want to come and visit. If anyone from the Landy family is still around I would love to hear from them (or anyone else related to George ) Best wishes from France.
Enjoyed short history of the city/town as my ancestors came to America from there in the second half of the 1800's.
Hi One of my ancestors Marianne Wogan married a Daniel O'Brien from Clonmel. In the 1911 census Marianne is widowed and living at 25/26 Irishtown She had Public House and Drapery shop. As far as I know Marianne had 3 surviving daughters, Josephine, Bessie and Gertie. Would love to hear if anyone remembers O'Brien's Public House/Shop Go raibh maith agat Úna
Hello, Are you going you set up a message board on this website? I think it would be great, especially for all those genealogists out there.
Is it possible to purchase back issues?
Thankyou for the lovely tribute in your newspaper Tuesday March 8th to my Aunt Katie Sloane who celebrated her 100th birthday. It was a lovely befitting write - up!
Hi there Thanks a million to clonmel online for advertising the recent fund raising event. Your support and that of the Clonmel community is greatly appreciated. This site is an excellent resource
Great to See the site expanding so quickly and with great information ,,, Keep up the good work Congratulations Stephen
Dear All; Best of luck with the paper. We have been receiving copies from my parents at the foot of sliabh na mBan and they love it. Love to hep if ever you need any. Oonagh
Delighted you included HRS Business Solutions in your newly revamped site. I really like it and best of luck
Hi MIchael great new site... well done. did you ever think of setting up a Clonmel blog and allow people to post on it lots of clonmel bloggers out there gary
Great site, Michael. Best of luck.
Great job on the site Michael
Hi Micheal, beautiful clean new look to the website, congratulations and the best of luck for the future.
Excellent work... going in my favorites!
Super improvement in the design Michael. Keep up the good work!