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  • Noel O Donohoe on Nana’s Christmas PuddingYummy.....Our mother Christina (Chris) Donohoe (New Inn) would pour a dram of brandy on it each week to keep it...
  • Sean Stephens on Woodlawn StationI have fond memories of Woodlawn from the 1960's and early 70's, when returning to Ireland for summer stays at...
  • Brid Mercer on Tribute to Michael JohnLovely pictures, many thanks for posting them. Very sorry that I could not be there due to COVID-19 travel restrictions...
  • Brid Mercer on 1st Lord AshtownLooks great Roderick. You can really see the quality of the original painting now...
  • Catherine Seale-Duggan on Self isolating? Cocooning?Congrats Ita and team, great to see the community being looked after.
  • Joe Monaghan on Gardener’s HouseClarin College Athenry visited Woodlawn on 25th February 2020. Our TYs are doing research on Woodlawn House estate for their...
  • Brid Mercer on MoneyveenFascinating research, very thorough and gives a really interesting picture of the townland.
  • bernadette on Roll of HonourThank you Bríd for your contribution. Always appreciated
  • Brid Mercer on Roll of HonourJust done some research on some of the names from the 1911 census and the RAF military archives it would...
  • Brid Mercer on Roll of HonourJust done some research on some of the names from the 1911 census and the RAF military archives it would...
  • Patrick Casserly on Woodlawn StationMy Uncle Albert (Bertie) Casserly was appointed Station Master Woodlawn 1937 having served in Foxford. He was later Station Master...
  • Kathleen Marshall on Working on Woodlawn EstateThis is very interesting about our Father's family
  • Catherine Mitchell on Mitchell & SonsMy late father in-law Dudley Mitchell R.IP.of Woodlawn would have sure enjoyed reading this. Thanks for sharing. Catherine Mitchell
  • Noel O'Donohoe on Raftery’s Shop, WoodlawnGreat memories of this shop. We cycled from New Inn to buy groceries and stopped for petrol and choc ice...
  • bernadette on May Cregg’s CaféMessages from Social Media: Martin Scarry Snr: I bought my first Irelands own there Fran Quinlan: Oh yes , what...
  • Nicole Raftery on Victoria, Australia to MonaveenLook up \\\"The Raftery Estate, Monaveen\\\". It features on the Dàil website. My grandads father, John Raftery, owned it through...
  • sean ward on Raftery’s Shop, WoodlawnAngela Fitzgerald my first girl friend
  • Roderick Ashtown on Eggs Au GratinI do in fact have this book and never thought of mentioning it to you. The recipes are from the...
  • Eleanor McQuinn on Woodlawn ForestryMy grandfather John Grocock worked on the Ashtown estate and lived in Grucock's castle in the 1930s and 40s with...
  • bernadette on Letter from Corbane (New Inn) – MontrealTom Melody had the lovliest sweetest apples he very kindly shared with us. He was a gentleman. Nancy Maher, (nee...
  • bernadette on May Cregg’s CaféNancy Maher (nee Cannon) remembers calling into May Craig's on her way to Dublin on the train. The kettle was...
  • Sheilah Cangly (Victoria, Australia) on Raftery’s Shop, WoodlawnMy paternal grandmother was Katie Raftery, the half sister of Patrick Raftery of Monaveen who figures on your website. She...
  • Sheila Watson on Working on Woodlawn EstateMy grandmother, Charlotte Kelly, was 1 of 10 children born to Joseph and Charlotte Kelly whom were servants for Woodlawn...
  • Bernadette Doherty on Raftery’s Shop, WoodlawnDoes anyone know the gentleman on the left with Ted Raftery outside the shop?
  • Martin Moran on Introducing this websiteDelighted to see this website setup. Woodlawn has always been steeped in history. It's fantastic to see the book has...
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