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Daniel T O'Hagan 6/02/2004 dto12920@gsk.com Glasgow Scotland
Fr Joseph Ohagan is still alive and lives in Ireland.
He is 94 ,Address is the Parochial House,Cabra,Hilltown,Co.Down.Nothern Ireland
 
Simon Gavin 4/14/2004 jgsw12924@blueyonder.co.uk Newmains
Very impressive father, some good information & photos of the church. It's good to know that Newmains is now being put on the map. Well Done!
 
Brian Hughes 4/12/2004 barneyhughes@hewden.co.uk Coltness Scotland
Many thanks to Father Joe and Sister Maria Goretti from the Hughes family for their help and support to Lee in the past months at R.C.I.A.
 
Theresa Birch 2/13/2004 theresabirch@beeb.net Lancashire England
How lovely to see the church again. I went to St Brigid's as a child and would welcome any information about the Agnew family - we left Newmains in 1957 - Father Bernard and Mother Peggy.
 
Kathleen Kelly (slavin)10/27/2003 kathleenj.kelly@btopenworld.com Salford (gt. Manchester) England
Great website.Love browsing through it.Belated thanks to everyone who attended the funeral Mass for my mother, Cathie Slavin. She was such a humble lady and would have been amazed at the amount of people who were there.
 
Katrina Rae 10/15/2003 KATRINARAE@terra.es Malaga, Costa del Sol Spain
Nice to be able to read bulletin every week. There's certainly plenty going on in the parish these days. Pity I haven't seen any of my family winning the £100 yet!
 
Michael Keith (grandson) 9/19/2003 mikeyk@ntlworld.com Altrincham, Gtr.Manchester UK
A belated note to say a sincere thanks to the parish following the funeral of Cathy Slavin for a lovely service and a 'bloody good doo'!! Thank you x
 
Joanne Ballantine nee Kearney 9/11/2003 joanneballantine@hotmail.com Waterloo Canada
Good to see the homepage and keep up to date with all the news back home.
If you see my mum, Anne Kearney, then say Hi!
 
Mary Aitken 8/06/2003 aitkens@iinet.net.au Perth Western Australia
Thanks I found another Stopani relative that I didn't know about. He will be one of mine, just got to find the parents! Thanks again from a family historian.
 
Florence Graham 7/27/2003 flograham@blueyonder.co.uk Livingston Scotland
What a effort making such a great web sight.You seem to have a great parish .Though I think it starts with the hard work the priest puts in.Well done Father. "God Bless"
 
Patricia Maggelet 7/26/2003 Pladygator@aol.com Fort Walton Beach, Florida United States
I ran across your St. Brigids Parish, while trying to locate my grandmother with a surname of Slamon.I am have researching her birth in Ireland for four years and unable to locate her unfortunately. If anyone knows of a Salmon family in your parish, I would appreciate an e mail message. Peace Be With You..........
 
Maria-Ilona Ursula Hales 7/20/2003 mariailona.hales@btopenworld.com Halifax England
EXCELLENT!
 
Sarah Davidson 7/06/2003 sarah@pdavidson36.freeserve.co.uk Newmains Scotland
Enjoyed browsing the site, very interesting.I am Cathy Slavins(McCann) granddaughter.
 
Margaret Mary Logue 7/01/2003 amy00000@hotmai London Britain
I am a relative of Daniel Logue and am looking for any photos that may be in existence my number is 07788 504322. Thank You.
 
Kathryn 6/01/2003 Wishaw Scotland
Great website!! cool facts, fae me
 
Elizabeth Cope 4/08/2003 aecope@btopenworld.com Wishaw Scotland
Very informative. Enjoyed browsing!! There must be a Latin phrase that would be appropriate - but the education system let me down badly.
 
George Jaconell 2/24/2003 George.jaconelli@broadband.com Prestwick Scotland
Just to say that "I WAS THERE " the first day the school was opened.
 
John Burns 2/19/2003 brantbhoy@hotmail.com Brantford Ontario Canada
This site is great, former parish member.
 
Pat Bennett 2/16/2003 Wishaw Scotland
Interesting! Could you help me with photos of Newmains especially Brown St Hope Street, Manse Road, Main St, from the 1945 - 1950's era. DOING THE FAMILY TREE.
 
Ann Marie McGurk 2/16/2003 smcgurks@aol.com Blackwood Scotland
Hi Father Well done on the web page looking good keep up the good work.
 
Jim Brannigan 2/10/2003 jimbrannigan@yahoo.com Victoria Canada
Nice page Father. Almost as good as my own. Will see you on your Canadian Tour. Regards Jim
 
The Sweeney Family 1/13/2003 theussweeneys@aol.com Harvard MassachusettsUSA
We have enjoyed looking at the St Brigid web site. It was a great delight for the boys to see a picture of Granma Mary (Mary Kelly). We wish you well in 2003 and look forward to seeing more pictures of Newmains.
 
Jim Aitken 1/03/2003 jimaitken@blueyonder.co.uk Mossend
Just got the chance to look at your excellent web site, Father. One of the best parish sites in Scotland I've seen. Easy to navigate and pages which load quickly. A browser's dream! Keep up the good work.
 
Sean Ward 1/02/2003 Cambusnethan
Good site but I would like to see more pictures of St. Brigid's and the children of the parish. in case you don't know me I am Joe McTear's grandson. p.s. Duncan Darroch on this website should read Duncan Darragh. My Aunt Anna won't be very pleased about this.
 
Stephen Pickering 12/29/2002 the.pickerings@totalise.co.uk Wishaw
Very informative, found info on my granda and other relatives. (Phillips and Coopers).
Could encourage Fr Chromy to do same.Stephen Age 8
 
Bobby Ralton 11/10/2002 www.DOODYDOODIES86@Hotmail.com Newmains
Very good and informative web site about the parish father enjoyed the browse.
 
Deborah Grant 11/10/2002 Newmains
Good pictures, but I want to see more!
 
Selene McGurk 11/10/2002 slnmcgrk@aol.com Blackwood
Well done father it put's Newmains on the map.
 
Pat Douglas 11/09/2002 Newmains
Well done Father, a great job, impressed with the useful information enclosed in your web pages.
 
Anne McCrossan 10/11/2002 anne_mccrossan@yahoo.co.uk Wishaw
Hey! One up on Jim! Has he seen it? Well done Father. Anne
 
David Hood 10/28/2002 david@clearsight.co.uk Newmains
Father, just got round to looking at the St. B site - very impressive indeed! Looking forward to updated version with new tour of the Centre and pics of the new-look grounds! Regards, P Dave H
 
Paul Doherty 10/07/2002 paul@moonguard.freeserve.co.uk Glasgow
Very impressive site. Nice to see Joe Branigan is still alive!God Bless PD
 
Frank Denholm 7/25/2002 frank@denholm6.freeserve.co.uk Newmains
I am impressed with the new site, very informative and interesting. Well done!
 
Kenneth Keegan 7/20/2002 kk009a4847@blueyonder.co.uk Newmains
Excellent website I've already spent hours browsing. Well done Father Joe.
 
Maureen 7/18/2002 Beancube@aol.com Biggar
Very impressive site! Well done Father Joe.
 
Louise Cunningham 6/10/2002 weeloulovely@aol.com Newmains UK
Fr Joseph, that picture of you must be AT LEAST 10 years old!
 
Ray 4/11/2002 rayc@tinyonline.co.uk Hamilton
Have to agree with Pat - nice site!