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At 5:11pm on September 30, 2013, Matt Purcell said…

FAO: Bit Devine

Hi Bit,
Thanks for your comment re my Blog.  Heretofore I only glanced at the piece but following your comment I read the whole of it again and had a listen to Chris Rea's song.  Guess what?  I enjoyed both and thanks again.
Matt (Purcell)
At 5:06pm on October 1, 2013, Jay Ben Images said…

Hi Bit,

Mike Quane is a friend of mine, and suggested that I sign up to be a New Wild Goose! Mike was one of the first people to be aware of my new book, Ireland in Word and Image. It's a 300 page coffee table book of my photos from the month that I spent shooting in Ireland this year and last. The photos are paired with Irish literature excerpts appropriate for each image.

I'm a photographer for Getty Images and was asked to do this book by the publishers of Welcome Books, the art book house of Random House. I've got some other professional interests in journalism and medicine. I'm delighted to be here among some people to remind me of the wonderful friends that I made in Ireland.

At 9:28am on October 5, 2013, Friends Of Irish Freedom Inc. said…

thank you.  good to connect.

At 3:54am on January 24, 2014, Frank Scott said…

Thanks Bit, the midlands has been left out of so much over the years ..

At 2:00pm on April 8, 2014,
Admin
Fran Reddy
said…

Bit, do you know Aurora and/or Newmarket? I was raised in Aurora and married and lived in Newmarket for 24 years : ) And I know Richmond Hill well.

At 12:38am on April 12, 2014,
Heritage Partner
Against The Wind
said…

G'day Bit Devine,

Delighted to accept you as a friend. Sent this as well as clicking yes on your request just in case. Am enjoying your lively comments on WG site.

Cheers, James (Against The Wind).

At 8:09pm on May 9, 2014, Eddie Stack said…
Thanks for the friend request, Bit!
At 8:02am on June 19, 2014, 1916 Centenary 2016 said…

Greetings

At 5:46pm on June 30, 2014, Geraldine Callaghan said…
Failte, Bit, glad to be your WG friend. I think you live in Tucson, AZ. I love that beautiful state. My late husband and I owned a home there at one time, we never lived in it we were thinking of retiring there. Once the grandchildren started arriving I wanted no part of it. Too far from NJ and NY. I have great memories of that state and I think we travelled from the north to the south many times. Perhaps one day I will go back again for a visit. Love your input to the WG stories and comments.
At 2:35pm on July 18, 2014, Robert P. Keough said…

Bit;

Thank you for befriending me. I'm working on my Keough/Keogh story and will share it as I find it.

Robert Keough, Long Lake, NY (That's the Adirondacks)

At 5:34am on July 30, 2014, Tom [Thomas] said…

THANKS--
Bit Devine

At 10:09am on July 31, 2014, Virginia Scallion Rupy said…
Did that. Thanks
At 8:36pm on August 13, 2014, Cindy Butler said…

Hi, nice to 'meet' you...Bit...I'm too curious about your name NOT to ask!  Nickname, short for something else?  Thanks!  Cindy

At 2:18pm on August 14, 2014, Cindy Butler said…

Bit, what a darling childhood story!  Thank you for sharing it with me - that was so sweet!

At 7:40pm on August 29, 2014, Jeanne D'Brant said…

Thanks for the welcome.  Much of my writing currently is in the sciences.  I am particularly interested in the genetics of early Irish races. Hope to bring more information out to the modern Irish on this.

At 7:41pm on August 29, 2014, Jeanne D'Brant said…

Looks like I'm rotated!!

At 8:35am on September 19, 2014, Colin Farrell said…

Thanks Bit!

At 10:37am on September 25, 2014, philip kelly said…

thank you bit for your comments i have just put up a profile picture  

philip kelly

At 3:56pm on October 1, 2014, Jack Carey said…

Hi Bid,

By your picture, I am assuming that you are a photographer.  Please send me

any of your works by email.  Thanks,

Jack

At 4:00pm on October 2, 2014, geraldine boyle said…

Hello Bit. Have been researching my Irish family with a very English name,  I have a grandfather George (1761) when he is witness at 2 weddings in Dunsany, Co.Meath but lost him after that. George and William run through the family until the present time. Have loads of info. about them all but this George is so elusive. Maybe he does not want to be found! Sorry, the English name is Webb.

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