Visitors Book

Some of you have sent us some very kind comment about this site. In the absence of an interactive guestbook we are printing your comments on this page. words of encouragement are always gratefully received as is constructive criticism.

If you wish to add your own comment to this page then just email us




24th Aug 2003

May it be a welcoming gate where many meet their relatives!

Denise Cozart
23rd Nov 2003 I am glad that I found your site as I have always had a lot of questions and no starting place. Victoria Johnson
3rd January 2004 New site Looks GREAT!     Dave Blair
4th Jan 2004

Your site is great. I had the opportunity to spend a couple of hours in Tuam, Dunmore and Glenamaddy last November and can't wait to go back for a longer time.


9th Jan 2004 Mom was born in Tuam. (Mary Bridget Fahy)   I have been there several times.  I love it.  Thanks for your website.

Teresa Browne

10th Jan 2004

Thank you so  much for the wonderful website.

Tracy Kearns Caraker
13th Jan 2004

The site is looking great, just dropped in after some time and noticed all the new stuff you have added. Keep up the good work.

Regards, Virginia
11th Feb. 2004

I greatly enjoy reading new items on your website  - for example, David Blair's virtual cemetery.  I hope he continues to add material and, perhaps, tell us a bit more about this burial site.  Is there a written record of inhumations?

John Egan

6th March 2004

I just found the site a few days ago and I think I have perused every piece of it so far. Excellent job. Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us out here who plugging along to fit the pieces together.   

Jackie and Joe Davis

11 June 2005

I wish I had found this website before I set off for Tuam, but had booked the trip to Ireland before I received all news of a possible Tuam connection and had limited time in the city. This site is excellent, the links are very helpful. Thank you and very best wishes to all.

Ray McHugh

28th Jan 2006

Thank you! I'm forever looking for new sources of information and your Tuam website is a beauty! I shall return to it often.

Tadhg Mac an Bháird
Anoka, Minnesota, USA

28th June 2006

Great site with lots of info about Tuam. My mother Margaret Bancroft [nee Peg Holden] lives there on the Dublin Road, and I come over 3-4 times a year from England to see her, when she is not over here seeing us. Let me know if you know her!

Jarlath Bancroft

25 July 2006 I would like to express my sincere thanks for having such a website. I come from a very small family and have often tried to research my families history several times.  I think you may have given me a starting point although I'm not certain but excited none the less.

Dawn Largy

28 September 2006

I have just discovered your site and it is wonderful, I was born In Lissavalley about 7miles out of Tuam on the Dublin road, it is so good to read anything from home as I live in New Zealand and have been here for 25 years now. I went to school at the Mercy Convent in Tuam and my first job was at Moran’s sweet shop (this is going back a few years now).  Thanks for the opportunity to reminisce   I have some great memories of Tuam.

Would love to hear from anyone that remembers me?

Geraldine Hitchiner nee Kirwan

24th Oct 2006 Thanks for the terrific web site! Pat Peoples, Ormond Beach,  Florida

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