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Karen Audet Karen Audet from Rochester wrote on July 20, 2019 at 11:36 pm:
Hi, I am researching my family. The family name was Mansfield and I have baptism records from 1810 thru 1823 for 5 children who were born to James Mansfield and Mary Daly who were married on 8/13/1807 in Parish Cloyne. The address on the baptism record states Ballyrussell, Cloyne. I know it was at a Roman Catholic church but have no idea which one. I was told there were 4 churches: St. Coleman's Parish Church (built 1815), St. Colmcille, Churchtown South (early 1800s?) Church of the Immaculate Conception Shanagarry (1814) and Star of the Sea (1901). Is there a way to pinpoint which church it was? Thank you.
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Write or call St. Colman's Parish:
All the records are kept there. St. Colman is the Main Parish Church. All the others are satellite churches. Good luck and thanks for stopping by my website. Bill Dorgan
James Quinn Dorgan Jr. MD James Quinn Dorgan Jr. MD from Upper Arlington / Columbus 43221 wrote on June 4, 2019 at 10:01 pm:
O'Deargains came to Columbus Ohio in about 1848 and still live there for thhe most part.
Family Bible points out County Tipperary as original home and vicinity of Cashel by the Golden Vale
as being associated.Family name changed to Dorgan post arrival in Fall River, 1848 / 9.
Great grandfather married Johannah Power in Clonmel prior to immigration...several brothers
also made crossing from Eire in 1848/9 but went West to California inGold Rush and were not
heard from again....G'father Wm Dorgan married Eliz. Quinn from Waterford in 1885....
Best regards to all // Keep The Faith !
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Jim: Thanks for your comments. Sorry for the slow reply! Your Dorgans are another branch (Tipperary or perhaps Carrignavar). Do you have a family website or can you send me a link to these Dorgans? I would like to investigate a possible connection. Thanks, Bill Dorgan
Jameson Dargen Jameson Dargen from Fargo wrote on March 9, 2019 at 4:21 pm:
Happy to learn more of where I come from, Dennis and Marie Dargen were my grandparents!
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Hello Jameson! Thanks for stopping by the DORGAN website. Many different spellings of our name: Dorgan, Dorgen, Dargan, etc.
Kevin Howley Kevin Howley from Chicago wrote on February 14, 2019 at 7:42 pm:
Just want to say hello. My grandfather, Michael Dorgan was born in Castlegregory in 1874. Migrated to Chicago in 1900 and married my grandmother, Katherine O'Donnell who was also from Kerry. Raised a large family and never returned to Ireland.
Kevin Howley
Thomas Malandris Thomas Malandris from Fort Worth wrote on February 8, 2019 at 10:00 pm:
Hello all I came across this site while doing some searches on my family. Nice to see so much info. My grandmother wash Helen L Monahan (Dorgan) and my mother was Lynne A Monahan. I will do try to see if i can contact some through social media.
Tom DORGAN Tom DORGAN from Tucson wrote on December 30, 2018 at 12:24 am:
Just stopped by to say hello. It's been a while. My hope is for your best.
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Thanks for stopping by. Is this Tom Dorgan from Tucson? Happy New Year!
Patrick O'Neill Patrick O'Neill from Katonah wrote on December 7, 2018 at 6:06 pm:
Hello Bill,

I have enjoyed perusing your sight and have learned alot, but I have not been able to find one of my ancestors and I hoping that you might be able to help. One of my maternal 2G grandmothers was Hannah Dorgan (b.Cork abt. 1847, d.NYC 1892), who married Edward Barrett in 1869. Their marriage record states that they were married in the RC chapel of New Glanmire in Carrignavar North. She was said to be a servant and living in what looks to be "Ballinsohig" but I cannot find that placename. It lists her father as William with profession farmer. They had a son James in Cork in 1869 and daughter Elizabeth (my great grandmother) in NYC in 1872, so they came to NY somewhere in between.

I have researched in all of the usual places and cannot find documentation on either Edward or Hannah prior to their marriage, but I thought you might have come across Hannah and her father William in your research. I would appreciate any information you could pass along.

Regards, Patrick O'Neill
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
This is the town you want: Ballincollig. It's in West County Cork. A lot of Dorgans there and surrounding areas, especially Carrignaver. These are not my Dorgans but I know of them. Do a Google search of Ballincollig and Carrignaver.
Bill Dorgan
Kathy Paul Dolan Kathy Paul Dolan from Nashua, NH wrote on October 16, 2018 at 8:53 pm:

My name is Kathy Paul Dolan. My father was Alphonse J Paul from Maynard Ma. His parents were Catherine O’Brien and James Paul both originally from Newfoundland. I'm not a Dorgan, but we are cousins and I know we met a long, long time ago! Although I was young I remember meeting my RI great aunts and uncles at my grandparents home as well as visiting in RI.

I have been interested in finding out more about my dad's side of the family but just haven’t had the time. But the other night I had dinner with my cousin Gerry Paul, whose father is Raymond, my dad's twin. His children were asking me about the Paul side of the family. I had some info on my great grandparents and with the wonders of the internet I came across your site and several posting that you and perhaps your dad made back in the early 2000's. Interestingly enough your name came up during our conversation the other night. If you taught in Tucson AZ then you know Gerry.

I can’t wait to read through all the info that you've posted as well as use the links to research my mom's side. My mom passed away last year and we're still going through things including pictures. There are a few pictures of my grandparents and great grandparents.


Matthew Monahan Matthew Monahan from Henderson wrote on September 24, 2018 at 11:08 pm:
I absolutely love spending time here. I use this as my primary resource in teaching my children about their family’s history. Thank you for all the hard work and dedication Bill!
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Hi Matthew!
Thanks for the kind comments.
It is a shame our families drifted apart over the years.
But the magic of computers brings us back together.
Say hello to your Dad, my first cousin, Tommy.
I would be glad to help with family history.
Do keep in contact.
Bill Dorgan
Jim Hanley Jim Hanley from Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia wrote on September 10, 2018 at 11:37 pm:
My father’s mother’s parents were Daniel Dorgan and Honora Ahearn. Daniel was born at Castlemartyr around 1851, the son of Michael Dorgan, a carpenter and Honora Donovan. Honora Ahearn also from Castlemartyr was the daughter of John Ahearn, a farmer and Kate Lynch. Daniel came to Australia around 1872, and Honora in 1877. Within a week of Honora arriving in Brisbane they were married in the Roman Catholic Presbytery in Toowoomba. They had seven daughters, my grandmother, Mary Ann Dorgan being the third. Daniel died in 1906 and Honora in 1938. I would be interested to know if any of their relatives still live around Castlemartyr. Many thanks.
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Hi Jim:
Thanks for visiting my DORGAN website.
I am just finding out about the DORGAN ancestors who left Ireland, especially during the Famine.
Do you have any information about your AHEARNs? I am interested in Elizabeth Ahearn who married David Dorgan. I believe her father is William Ahearn.

There are only three Ahearn and one Ahearne listed on the 1855 Griffitihs Valuation of East Cork: Johanna Ahearn (Shanagarry, Kilmahon, East Cork) John Ahearn (Ballybraher, Kilmahon, East Cork) and John Ahearn (Monagurra, Kilmahon, East Cork). Finally there is James Ahearne (Shanagarry, Kilmahon, East Cork). I believe that John Ahearn of Ballybraher was the father of Elizabeth Ahearne for this reason:

The marriage between Elizabeth Ahearne and David Dorgan may have been arranged since their parents were farmers with adjoining properties, the Dorgan property in Carrigkilter and the Ahearne property in Ballybraher. When Elizabeth Ahearne and David Dorgan did not have their own children they brought to their farm Margaret Grahame, the niece of Elizabeth Ahearne, and John Healy, the nephew of David Dorgan. The marriage of Margaret Grahame and John Healy was also arranged and they were married before they went to live with Elizabeth Ahearne and David Dorgan. These arrranged marriages kept the properties of Carrigkilter and Ballybraher in the family until the present day. Ironically, none of the five children of Elizabeth Ahearne and John Healy married and none had children. The ancestral Dorgan property at Carrigkilter has been sold twice, only the ancestral Ahearne property at Ballybraher remains which has extensive land holdngs.

There are 104 “Ahearne” in all of County Cork listed on Griffith’s Valuation.
There are 50 “Ahearn” in all of County Cork listed on Griffith’s Valuation.

In the meantime I am always updating the DORGAN website:
Please stay in touch
Gregory Michael Dorgan Gregory Michael Dorgan from Great Mills, MD wrote on July 15, 2018 at 1:34 pm:
First time to the site, it's fantastic! Thank you for your hard work pulling the Dorgan legacy together.

Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Hi Greg:
Sorry I missed your post.
Always glad to hear from any DORGAN!
Do you have a family website you can point me to or can you tell me a little about your DORGANs?
Perhaps we share a connection.
Thanks for a response.
Bill Dorgan
Christian Galvez Troccoli Dorgans Christian Galvez Troccoli Dorgans from Miami wrote on February 1, 2018 at 10:35 pm:
Amazed and so thankful for this intriguing information. My grandmother on my mother's side is surnamed Dorgans. As far as she knows, the Dorgans were from the Basque region of France, approximately early 20th century, prior to WW2. After that, they emigrated to Uruguay in South America. Prior to living in France, could my relatives have lived in Ireland, of the same Dorgan family you describe? Was Patrick Dorgan a great, great, great, grandfather of mine? Could the Great Famine have caused a Dorgan to flee to Northern France in search of relief and betterment? Thank you again, would be wonderful to hear from you.
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
Hi Chris!
Thanks for the comments. Genealogy is an elusive and fun experience. I've been doing this for over 20 years. I know of your family in France. There are many citations for the Dorgan or Dorgans families. I ran across them a while back while searching my Irish Dorgans from East County Cork. Dorgans is a French last name. Dorgan can be Irish (O'Deargain) or French.
Let me point you in the direction of your Dorgans:
Search your last known Dorgan or Dorgans relative here:
Good luck!
I see you are in Miami. I lived in Fort Lauderdale twice and am now in Clearwater. BTW, great music on YouTube.

Bill Dorgan
William H. Wilson, Jr. William H. Wilson, Jr. from Raleigh, North Carolina wrote on November 24, 2017 at 1:24 pm:
Mr.. Bill Dorgan, Thanks for the experience of visiting your Dorgan Family website. Truly an adventure. So much to see and learn. I must return for another lesson. Credit to you for a tremendous amount of creation and work. I definitely enjoyed the America! segment. I feel I just read a short story experience of an immigrant in 1900. You captured the difficulty and uncertainty of making that long and scary journey. Keep up the good work and thanks for your response to my request about my Thompson ancestors.
William H. Wilson, Jr.
Raleigh, NC
Admin Reply by: billdorgan
WILLIAM, Thanks for your kind words. Let's keep looking for those illusive THOMPSONS!
Bill Dorgan
Betty Briegel Betty Briegel wrote on January 1, 2017 at 8:08 pm:
Dear Bill,

Thank you so much and I commend you on how organized you have everything. I did not touch anything here , just looked.

I'm too new at this to understand where to look.

May 2017 be good to you and I again thank you for your time.
David Witcher David Witcher wrote on November 14, 2016 at 6:14 pm:
Cool website! Thanks for sharing! I will be visiting often! A lot of time and work involved to make something this complex. Your ancestors would be proud!
Bill Dorgan Bill Dorgan wrote on October 27, 2016 at 11:48 am:
Comments: Welcome to the DORGAN Website and thank you for signing Guestbook 2006! Please feel free to visit and comment often. Don't forget to read Guestbook 2005!
im Sullivan im Sullivan wrote on October 27, 2016 at 11:48 am:

Comments: looks like a great sorce for links to infomation on lost family. keep up the great work
CP Nolan CP Nolan wrote on October 27, 2016 at 11:47 am:
Comments: Thanks. Nice site.
50 Cent 50 Cent wrote on October 27, 2016 at 11:46 am:

Comments: Good job on your pages. And i like the guestbook option
Rita Reynolds Rita Reynolds wrote on October 27, 2016 at 11:44 am:
Comments: Loved the history lesson.

These are comments left by visitors to the DORGAN Website 2005


Nice to meet more DORGANs. My mother’s maiden name was DORGAN


My dad, Malachy Dargan, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone, recently died on 27th November 2005. He was born on 19th May 1930. I have been on this site before and I am interested in the irish connection. I know Dromore. Co Down has a history of the Dargan name.


Theres quite a few of us Dargans here in Liverpool England where I live, as far as I know, one of my great grandfathers Jerimiah Dargan came over here from Killkenny during the Irish potato famine, i’m quite interested in my family history and if anyone has any additional information i’d be very gratefull. Also I dont know if you know but theres a statue in Dublin engraved Dargan, after William D…(trimmed)


Great website! I am the daughter of Michael Dorgan & Catherine Walshe of Cloyne who emigrated to Philadelphia in 1950. I can’t wait to show my mother your website, as she is the family historian and can go way back!!!!


Great info Bill. I am original from Dublin, but now living in Kildare.I tell my father, also Frank, about this site, he very interested in finding out new information about the family name


Excellent job! I am the the brother of Nina the cousin of Mickey and the nephew of Liam.. Thanks! for the hard work, that you put into all of this research…


I am trying to track some members of the Dargan/Dorgan family from around Kanturk County Cork. My grand uncle, John Dargan, emigrated to NY in 1897. He was a seaman around the 1920s. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Pat Daragn


Bill….BRILLIANT job! Thanx for sharing


The origins of your family name are fascinating. Lovely job on your site.


I love this very page, keep on the good work.


I am looking for my Dorgan ancestors that came from the Causeway, County Kerry area, Patrick H.Dorgan who married Mary Lumery and settled in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. You have a great set up here-an example, a pattern for the rest of us Dorgans!!! Thanks!


Nice to meet more DORGANs. My mother’s maiden name was DORGAN


Thanks Bill. What a great site.


great site as a native of churchtown south and domiciled in NY its like finding gold on the web.


nice site. starting to research my mother’s family name, we spelled it darrigan. my great grandfather was maurice darrigan, came to newfoundland, canada from ireland mid 1800’s. any connection?


my grandfather inchicore ,dublin ireland his name was james hartnett one of his sons a james hartnett played for Stpats and weny on to play for middlesbourough and hartlepool soccer my mothers name was chrisse hartnett /Ilike your webb page and will visit again.


Bill: We should chat!! Bill


I found you site really interesting, I came across it while searching for info on my fathers family who are mostly from Ballymacoda.


Wonderful site and very informative


Nice site keep it up.


Hi Bill, well done on your interesting and invaluable website. I came upon it as I was searching for my family and it brought up Sponsors: Thomas Smiddy (Ballybraher) and Mary Healy but I was unable to find them on your site. Were they sponsors for any of you extended family? Regards Ann


Cerco la mia origine. Qualquno mi auti!


hi again is fab since u got back “home”.look forward to seeing u again soon.


The “Dorgan” History/Legacy is nearly old as time itself, once traced it to around 890AD. Think the origins are from the Highlands of Scot…could be wrong though.


Thank You Sir for you offer to sign your guest book. I am happy you found all your people. Still Searching James J Hartnett. RE:- Son of James Joseph Hartnett. Grandfather James Joseph Hartnett, Great Grandfather – James Joseph Hartnett. Moroe – Limmerick


Hi Bill – I’m Liam’s son (Garryowen, Cloyne) – sorry to have missed you on your trip – maybe next time. Great Website.


Thanks for the interesting info


The web site is great. I am enjoying learning more about my family to pass down to my daughter. Thanks and keep up the good work.


Great Site! I have just started exploration of my ancestory and this is the best site found so far. My great grandfather, Dennis Dorgan, immigrated from County Cork to Boston around 1850 to 1855. His parents’ names were Edmund and Mary Dorgan of County Cork.




Good Site!


Congratulations on the new layout. Keep it up to date as a celebrity 🙂


Where are the updates? i cant seem to find them. But anyway, nice job.


i just started looking in to what my name meant for my a coat of arms im not yet sure if are trees cross but you have whats called around here as the Dorgan ears i loved the site and will show it to my little girl Stephanie R.E. Dorgan thanks


I am Carl Dorgan, Son of James J Dorgan. This is the guy who left East Cork, and moved to the 2Big Smoke” — Dublin. You met my cousin, Martin Godfrey, in East Cork. Anyway, if you want to contact me, you have my e-mail address. Cheers, Carl.


Comhghairdeachas leat, a Liam. Tá suíomh iontach agat. Go n-éirí gach rud leat.


Love and Best Wishes all the way.




Great site!!


Nice job Billie. But where did all your hair go? Great site.


Thanks for your work and the information


Nice website! Hello -from the relatives in South Africa


Cheesus me Lad, this web page is fantastic!


Dear Bill, Your name was of interest to me as our family had a Bill Dorgan too. He passed away several years ago and had no children (he married in his 60’s). “Billy” was the son of one of my mother’s relatives (Mary Hoar, I believe one of her grandfather’s cousins). I checked your relative list and found a Hoar there. Billy lived in the northern Massachusetts (Lawrence). I wonder if there i…(trimmed)


Great site! I discovered your site through Tom Shinnick.I was shocked to find my name listed under “Descendants”. I’m planning to visit Cloyne in June. Great timing! Much thanks to you and to Tom.


Thanks so much for bringing back my own memories of Ireland. I just love your site. Great job!! Looking at the Shannon airport brought this huge smile to my face… Once again THANKS!


Beautiful job with the Photojam – you got some really great pictures!


What a delightful surprise to find your remarkably well-done file! I hope I can find more about my Cork antecedents. I’ll be back for another visit soon.


Thanks Bill for all your hard work! I am currently in Southern Maine with relatives throughout New England. Keep up the good work!


I thought that you would call this site What a great picture from 1966 — I understand that all the guys at Carmel Hamilton in the class of 1966 were smart and good looking. Can you confirm that? Question: how can you be so good at geneology when you were so bad in Greek class?


Greetings from an O’Dwyer (on my mother’s side) of County Limerick! Really enjoyed your Cork2005 pictures!


Just love your site. Will use it as a guideline for my COYNE family. Thanks


Wonderful site. Enjoyed the concise time line history. Photos are great. Also loved photo jam. I will be back to visit in more detail


Wonderful! Although my family is from Counties Meath, Louth, Carlow and Dublin I love all of Ireland and have visited your area many times.


Great site. Thank you.


Had a great trip to Ireland couple of years back……these photos ensure we’ll be back !!


Wonderful site…


Well Done Bill,Excellent site,very informative and well researched.Keep up the great work. Regards from Ireland.


Very nice family site you have here. If I could only find that much information on my Kissane’s who came her in 1873.


Bill, Enjoyed your site.


Hi Bill. I,m a kiwi Dorgan living in Wellington New Zealand.My Grandfather arrived here about 1905 and worked as a cop until he was shot on duty in 1921. Will enjoy your site


Our family was from Cloyne. You have done a really good job here . Thank You


Well done


What a beautiful job you have done with your photos. I enjoyed the trip! Blessings, Jeanine, NJ


Great site. My family came from Ballyshannon,Donegal I love the pictures


I am originally from Newfoundland,Canada,with ancestry in Cork and other parts of Ireland. I am in the process of investigating the Dalton’s and Power families in Ireland,have overdone the Nfld families. I loved your pictures and totally in awe of the similarities between Nfld and Ireland,not only the landscape but the people. Made me feel as if I were at home…….WONDERFUL.


The Donovans are linked to the Hartnetts somehow but I haven’t fathomed it out yet. PJD


Great photo-journey around East Cork. Well done. My family are Olliffe, from the locality. Michael


Great web site! Enjoyed the photos & will use the entire site as a model. Family stories have the paternal line coming from Carrigaline but have not been able to confirm this to date.


What a fantastic website! It is such a delightful mix of scholarly research and light hearted family moments, beautifully presented. An inspiration! So many good ideas for the lay out and all the historical and geographical background that I am sure will give us all ideas for our own sites. Well done, Bill! A labour of love! best wishes, Moira (researching FORDE of Bandon, Cloyne and Ballycotton …(trimmed)


I find this site great. My grandparents and all thier children are buried in Macroom, They are OSullvans and I cannot trace any of thier line, I keep hitting brick walls as the saying gos but keep up your work and I enjoy your wesite


My mother was a Keefe born in Little Dover, Guysboro county, NS, canada. Oral history has it her great grand father James keefe b abt 1800 was from County cork. Does any one know if the keefe name is fromm that part of Ireland.


I greatly enjoyed your site , and especially the photo jam. My Grandmother was from Cork, Ladysbridge Parish Diocese of Cloyne. The name was Hyde.Thanks again


Thank Goodness I found an extra 30 minutes to view your photos of your last trip to Ireland. I was spellbound. Great job!


Why should I pay someone to find information for me,when Bill gives it out free. This site is like going to the movies, you want to watch it again and again. Keep it up Bill. Ed.


Thanks for a wonderful “phantasy trip” to Ireland!


Bill – What a wonderful, enjoyable site. Your research is an inspiration. I am the gggrandaughter of Maurice Hartnett b.c.1815 in Cork (daughter, Mary b.Iowa). Still searching, and your info is a great boost. Thanks.


lovely to meet you is fantastic.have a safe trip home and we will drink a few pints of the black stuff together again.slan leat.


I’ve really enjoyed going through your web site. Awesome work Bill. I enjoyed the personal stories very much. Truly I keep hoping your Dorgans and mine from Cork City will connect soon ! thanks for staying in touch, and keep up the fab work. Emma from (Waterloo, Ontario)


This is an genealogy for the ages! Complete and scholarly; breathtaking tales of the Dorgan Irish family and ancestral times — and your own personal life has certainly added to the stories that will be passed on from generation to generation!


Such an impressive web site ~ so very proud of you and your extensive research.


congratulation Bill.Very nicely put together.the pictures from the past and your family. specialy the baby pictures are funny.Well put together very impressive.keep up the good work my friend,and have good time in Ireland, your friend el cubanito.Frank


Nice look to the site. Great links. Keep up the good work! I am also a descendant of families that migrated to Rhode Island. Roger Williams is in the line of my clan that are descended from Owen Williams from Bala,Wales. The other one is the Gorham family. I will chime in again. Mic Brewer


Tucson Dorgan


Great site. Thank you for the work you are doing.


This is a great Website. I love reading about fammily.


Bill, can you connect Mary Catherine Hartnett to the English Hartness?


Wonderful site. Hope you find lots more ancestors to add to the list during your trip to Ireland. Hopefully Dorgan is a rarer name than McCarthy and O’Keefe!!


Best “NEW” Cousin I ever met. Luv you Bill.


Congratulations Bill on your website! It is the consecration of your passion for the Dorgan family history. From my home in France, I was glad to help you finding out more about Michael Joseph’s branch. Enjoy soon your trip to Ireland on the trail of your ancestors!


Formaldehyde! That’s his secret! A glass a day! Site looks great, and you do, too!


Fantastic Family site, Bill! Enjoyed it! I, too, have been working on my family genealogy and will use some of your ideas when I put it all together. Your family will surely enjoy it!


Thank you for the beautiful and thorough work you did on the Dorgan Family. My children are quite excited to have this available to them.


Any room in your suitcase for me and I can look up my family history too!!


We toured Ireland last summer. If you have half the time we did, you’ll have a fabulous time. Quite an impressive web site.


Great work Bill! I need to do this for the Will family.


Thank you so much for all your hard work. I love your webite!


My family is kind of based out of the Michigan area. I currently reside in AZ. I know a bunch of Dorgan’s we should talk


I really like the site. It is well organized and easy to follow. Love the colors. Wish I was looking for Dorgans!


Great job. I’m hoping that we find other Shinick/Dorgan connections. Good hunting..


the family resemblance is obvious. you look like my uncle kevin!N.Z. has been slowly populated by a finite number of colonists, so i guess the resemblance has not been split too many times. From what I hear, most of the N.Z. Dorgans are from good catholic stock. The family tale from childhood is of my great grandfather who was a p.c. in Timaru and was shot dead at the back of a shop that was supp…(trimmed)


Hi there, what a great website. I’m Joe Maguire’s daughter, I live in LaConner, Washington, my Aunt Pat Maguire forwarded this to me. Just one correction. My dad, Joe (Anne Theresa’s son) died in April, 2002. He lived long enough to see a great-grandchild, Ryana Sobocinski, my daughter Andrea’s child. Thanks again, I will keep checking back.


Keep digging…the treasures are there.


Great work Bill! Keep it going!


Bill, it looks wonderful, and so do you. Best of the Irish to ya.


Great looking site – and it’s amazing!! You’ve hardly changed since 1966.


Well Done, Bill.


You haven’t changed in 38 years! What a handsome lad!


Bill, I’m impressed! This took a lot of work.


Nothing else to do with your days – Search the Monteiros!


Looks great. Can hardly wait to see it all.


Fascinating history! Can’t wait to sit down and chat, I am sure you have uncovered great stories. Merry Christmas!


A wonderful job.


Bill, spent about an hour on the site,absolutely wonderful. Bless you for your years of research.Most exciting!!! Fran


Nicely done, good man!


Congratulations, Bill on your Site. I will be keeping in close contact. Vince


Proud to be your “Cousin Margaret”!


Looking good ,Its a good start ,can’t wait to saee it finished


The colors sure catch the eyes.I’m sure with the info you have, will fill the website. Best of luck of the Irish. Ed.


Site looks great!


This is a test to see if the Guestbook works!