24.11.2016 04:34, Robert McCausland IV from Detroit, Michigan. USA
Great site! Makes me want to visit all these great sites. The Irish blood in me pulls and fascinates me always with what is my past. Where did my ancestors come from? I'm pretty sure McCausland is as common of a last name as Smith or Jones is and it's hard to track down if it's actually Mac ausland or many versions of that. Hey, we probably all have a little Celtic blood in us somewhere. Great site and happy to see it updated so often as websites seem to be going to the wayside as Facebook eats the internet. I miss the days running a website. Keep it up! Happy Holidays!
22.09.2016 15:03, Patricia Sharkey from Kilflynn
Thank you so much for the time, effort and the passion which you have put into this website. It's an unequaled font of knowledge. Well done and keep up the good work. And I must add, its so beautiful too.
08.09.2016 00:55, David Conlon from Sligo
No way that photograph claiming to show croagh Patrick in the background is actually croagh Patrick....sure it's barely visible from Charlestown and clearmorris on a good day and they're both in Mayo. Great photographs and website besides that. If I'm wrong I'll eat my hat.
11.07.2016 07:03, Bernard from France
I thank you for your excellent website that has allowed us to travel out of the usual tourist beaten track. With your help we discovered another Ireland.
21.06.2016 22:29, John Moriarty from Kenmare
Congratulations a great website with amazing information. Now begins the field visits when I get the time.
10.06.2016 15:51, Mary McGraw from Delaware USA
Wonderful photos. I have been to many of the places, but you introduced me to new ones I have added to my list for this June. [quote]
25.02.2016 02:17, Lynne :
This is an absolutely amazing site! What a labor of love. I am planning a trip to Ireland and you have provided an invaluable resource. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
13.02.2016 06:04, Valerie from Colorado
My husband and I recently spent 9 days in Ireland exploring ancient sites, with our information coming from your incredible site! Thank you for sharing the information with us, especially with directions! We so enjoyed "finding" the sites you described-sometimes it was very challenging to locate them, but then very exciting to have located them and photograph them. We appreciate the effort you have put in to informing us of the incredible history that Ireland holds! Thank you so much! I have done my best to place information on Trip Advisor to help others discover this beautiful part of Irish history.
16.01.2016 03:57, Bob Hatch
I recently discovered my male DNA is traceable to a population of Irish males and now, through you information, I find a Hatch Castle. My dad looked nothing like an Irishman. He had black wavy hair and a ruddy complexion then somebody told me there were Black Irish who fit this description. Thanks.
07.01.2016 13:52, Ingo from Germany/Allgäu
Great site! Very impressive! But I miss the Kilcrea Abbey near Aherla in the County Cork! Perhaps you can added the Abbey on your site?