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Posted at Thursday, 14 July 2011 09:32
Biggrin Thanks very good place, I love your content. I’ll revisit. **
Kenneth Morrison
South West Scotland
Posted at Wednesday, 21 April 2010 15:36
Glad to see the entry for Rev. Lawson Burnett and hope someone can help please.
His son (Harry) Henry Wilmer
Burnett, age 28, a Lance Corporal 4th Seaforth Highlanders is remembered on the Village and Church War
Memorials in Crossmichael near Castle Douglas, Kirkcudbrightshire (Dumfries & Galloway) – but
I’ve yet to make a connection between Harry and this area. Can anyone help?
ruth davidson
co. down
Posted at Tuesday, 04 August 2009 20:29
great site I’m interested in the mcmaster family who resided at The Glebe donaghmore and were
related to waddell family. I’m a relative on my mother’s side and want to see how far back i can go
with this.
Brian Murdock Thomson
Posted at Tuesday, 04 August 2009 20:06
Excellent web site Adrian, wish I had known of it sooner.I’m glad to see that the past isn’t just
fading away. There’s too much personal history that needs to be recorded.
Keep up the excellent

Best regards,

Amy Abbott
Posted at Sunday, 01 February 2009 18:16
I am embarking on tracing my predecessors and was so pleased to see the inclusion of my great uncle Rev
Lawson Burnett in the Donaghmore Presbyterian church article.
Does anyone know what became of his daughters?
Adrian Murdock
Loughorne, Newry
Posted at Tuesday, 06 January 2009 16:15
“Best Wishes” to Michael McKeown of the “Old Newry Society” as he soon arrives in
Tasmania to visit the homes of John Martin & John Mitchel during the years of exile! Many thanks to all
those who cared for the two men during their years there!
Charles Gossage
Bothwell. Tasmania.Australia
Posted at Saturday, 25 October 2008 23:22
Adrian Congratulations on Website.John Martin lived in far off Tasmania. More information from
Bill Harshaw
Reston, VA, US
Posted at Tuesday, 17 July 2007 18:00
Guess I beat Marjorie Harshaw Robie hereSmile. I like the site–we’re doing a Harshaw Family site together
Marv & Jeannie McKnight-Hoffer
Posted at Tuesday, 03 July 2007 21:32
Greetings Adrian,
Thank you for creating this long-overdue website for Loughorn folks. We are scattered
throughout the world like goose down in a tornado, so we need a local contact, a place to generate and learn
of “Loughorn News.”
Best regards,
Marv & Jeannie
maud hamill
Posted at Monday, 02 July 2007 19:48
Congratulations Adrian on the new site – looking forward to adding some interesting items
for you in due
Margaret Armatta
El Campo, Texas
Posted at Monday, 02 July 2007 19:23
Adrian, no wonder I haven’t heard from you lately, your own Webite. How special.
Looking forward to
enjoying it.
Edward Cole
Fort Wane, IN, USA
Posted at Saturday, 30 June 2007 19:51
Enjoyed your sit. I have a Thomas Megaw m Sariah Harshaw; she b 15 Oct 1795 Loughilly, County Armagh, d/o Wm
Harshaw & Margaret Leeper.
Know anything about Thomas, or any of them for that matter?
Norm Ruddock
Lake Mills, Wisconsin USA
Posted at Saturday, 30 June 2007 16:51
I’ve been wanting to see more web sites dealing with my ancestors homeland. Glad to see yours come
about. It is great! Keep up the good work.
Yours will be a most welcome new link from my web site.
Matt Whitaker
Utah, USA
Posted at Saturday, 30 June 2007 15:14
Biggrin, Hey Adrian,
This is a great website and makes me “homesick” to come back to Ireland and see
the beautiful country. My time with the film crew was incredible as you took us around. One of these days
I’ll come back and bring my wife with me and we’ll drop in to say hello.
All the best,


Suzanne Ballard
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Posted at Saturday, 30 June 2007 14:28
Adrian! What a TERRIFIC website! How come I didn’t know about this website before this? It’s
AWESOME! I’ll let Kevin know so he can add a link on his website about Harshaw/Martin. Great job!!
Lorie Begin
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Posted at Monday, 11 June 2007 02:40
This is the beginning of a wonderful addition to Newry history. My gggrandparents were married in Loughorne.
Their son Isaac McCrum, moved to Belfast, where he married, and my grandmother was born. She finally came to
Montreal Canada, after Isaac born, and thus begins our McCrum line in Canada.


Adrian Murdock
Posted at Saturday, 27 January 2007 17:16
Hoping all the information on this site, being put together in this small, forgotten part of Co.Down, brings
lots of interest and enjoyment to lots of folk around the World!

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