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I have been astounded by the prolific output of your Athenry journal through the three issues I have seen. Each copy kept me up half the night as I pored over it’s contents evoking memories whin me as you nurtured me and sustained my spirit with news of our wonderful heritage.
Please feel free to pass on my name and address to anyone who may remember me or my family. My Sister … lives in Renmore, Galway, surrounded by extended family.
A very sincere thank you,
Sean Masterson, Santa Monica, California
A little while ago I sent a copy of our Journal to a friend in England who wrote back to me as follows:
“Well I’ve seen some parish magazines in my time, but never such an impressive one as the one done in Athenry. It is a valuable reference work as well as an interesting read. It puts a great many big circulation magazines to shame. They must have combed every square inch of the area to produce such an exhaustive list of placenames. Long may it flourish!”
I share that feeling and thought you might like to know!
Written by Readers
Published here 12 Jan 2023 and originally published December 1996
The Athenry Journal
The Athenry Journal was founded and edited by Finbarr O’Regan (and later Conrad… Here some recent records:
A View of Athenry from the Outside – Christmas 2001
Athenry Pastoral Council – Christmas 2001
A Fair Day: Recollections of 60 years in Athenry
ContributeMany thanks to all our writers, researchers and contributors who have made this collation of writing a meaningful historical record. If you would like to add an article, news, thoughts, opinions, photos or anything else to the Athenry.org Library please contact our Editor, Finbarr O’Regan at: email@example.com