Sarah Nagle's Comments

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At 4:20pm on October 19, 2013,
Founding Member
Nollaig 2016
said…

welcome Sarah, It was nice chatting with you

At 11:27pm on November 18, 2013, Bit Devine said…

Sarah, a chara...so glad to see you in the Flock... Let us know when you are headed to Tucson... You always have a bed...and a dram of whiskey waiting... and hugs...lots of hugs!

At 5:36am on December 27, 2013, Jarlath MacNamara said…

Sarah , Thanks for that note . Im very interested in this aspect of  the story presently . From Gilmores perspective and from other Irish of the day they saw great parallels between the plight of the Slave and the Irishman . In fact the position of the Irish during penal times had legally been comparable with that of the planters slave in the south . So please any info would be tremendous . My email address is psgilmore@eircom.net   . By the way happy 2014 and I hope you have had a great Xmas . Regards Jarlath MacNamara 

At 12:25am on February 3, 2014, Kerry Casey said…

G'day Sarah, thanks for the friend request. Are you a descendant of the Nagle's of Glenosheen? If so nice to meet you coz. Cheers, Kerry.

At 6:17pm on February 8, 2014, Eddie Stack said…

thanks Sarah, SFBA feels like home today with the rain...

At 3:51pm on February 27, 2014, Kasey Farley said…

Hi Sarah .. thanks for the welcome..

At 5:39pm on March 18, 2014, Rich Rennicks said…

Thank you for the welcome. Glad to be here.

At 2:04pm on April 8, 2014,
Admin
Fran Reddy
said…

Thought you might like this ;) Saw it on facebook!

At 6:50pm on May 3, 2014, Sharon Crowley Connor said…

Gee, that's a super welcome.  Must be a friendly place, this Wild Geese campfire. I'll get in the swing of things soon enough.(Are you in LA?) Sharon

At 9:18am on June 29, 2014, Alana Brown said…
Thanks for the warm belated welcome. Glad to be here.
At 6:30pm on July 24, 2014, Bob Nagle said…

And warmest greetings from a Nagle living down-under.

At 8:24pm on August 10, 2014, Erin M O'Neill said…

Hi Sarah....Same here.  I have shared this film with my nieces and nephews over the years.  As well as another family favorite, "The War of the Buttons".  I love the folk lore of the "Secret of Roan Inish"...it's just magical!  The landscape, the music, it's just charming!!!

At 2:45pm on August 22, 2014, Lynne Duddy said…

thanks, Sarah... very nice welcome

At 6:14pm on September 2, 2014, Jenna Fennell said…

Thank you Sarah, looking forward to exploring the website a bit more.  Can't wait. 

At 10:52pm on September 29, 2014, Keith James Biever said…

Do you have Cunningham, Marrah or Nevins roots in Co. Roscommon?

At 4:21pm on October 6, 2014, Linda said…

Thanks for the welcome, Sarah.  I am looking forward to exploring the site, and  I am especially interested in genealogy.  I hope there are others here who are also interested.

At 12:12pm on December 14, 2014, John Coffey said…
Thanks for the warm welcome Sarah. Looking forward to exploring some history and genealogy here.
At 2:20pm on January 3, 2015, Judi Hyde said…

And a Happy New Year to you Sarah!  I did enjoy your article on the Three Birds...I had never heard it before but won't forget it!

At 8:36pm on January 4, 2015, ana maria soiffer said…

Thanks a lot ! I ´m very happy to be part of this group ! Happy New Year x you , too ! And greetings from Argentina !

At 7:41pm on April 5, 2015, Kathleen Sullivan Nucci said…

RE: Nucci's

Sarah, my husband had a cousin, Anthony Nucci who was a foreign language teacher in South Hampton.  He retired a few years ago and moved to Florida.  He passed away last August.

I don't know of any other Nucci's in my husband's immediate family in LI.

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