Just back after a long absence. Busy cleaning up the site, and adding some new posts for interest. Are any old friends still out there?
Just registered and enjoying content of Journal. I was born into 11 lower Edward St 1939
My father was Seamus Hunter who played hurling for local team “Black Eagles” – not sure how local as unable so far to get any info on club.
My Grandfather Patrick Hunter (Caulfield Place) worked at Wilsons Mill and Harland and Wolfe. Anyone know Hunter Family?
I have just been to newry in april met up with raymond Kinney and mickey devlin in camlough also some friends in the old carnagat cotteges and had lunch in the shelbourne with my cousins who live in j f kennedy park newry still a great place can anyone remember a company called p J mccann and sons who were located on the armagh road
testing as i have not been able to send or recieve
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