Dorothy, My name is Phil Hawkins, I am from Redlands and wish to get things going in the Riverside, San Bernardino area. I am a Vietnam Vet and am familiar with politics, corruption in our area. The mafia is still alive and well in Riverside. I am amazed at the lack of understanding or the existence of OAS here in the Inland Empire. We need to generate some excitement...once momentum takes hold...keep it up. I also(my opinion) think we should stay completely focused on OAS and leave the extraneous stuff for another time. Our purpose should remain unified in our effort to regain Constitutional Control. There's lots that need to get done...so let's "git er done"!
Thank you for your comment Dennis. In addition, this is to Edward C. Noonan: I don't particularly care for your attitude, Mr. Know-It-All-Noonan. Also, where did you get your info that I voted for RINOs? You have no idea what you're talking about regarding me because I didn't. I can't be bothered with you any longer.
Hi Dorothy, Sorry, I got the words a bit mixed up. You actually put "County Clare, Tyrone, Munster". However, my response is still valid. Tyrone is not within "Munster", but in "Ulster". County Clare is in Munster. Therefore, the three entities do not go together as an address. If you read my response, it still makes sense. Best, Éamonn.
Hi Dorothy, The reason I say "British" is that County Tyrone is one of the "Six Counties" of "Northern Ireland. (The others are: Counties Down, Antrim, Derry, Fermanagh, and Antrim) As far as I am aware, all records from Northern Ireland are kept under British jurisdiction, as as Tyrone is still under British rule. There is also another point, which you might clear up. When you state "Co. Tyrone, Clare, Munster", this is not logical. Whereas Co. Tyrone is in Ulster (Ulster comprises of nine counties, six of which constitute "Northern Ireland", the other three are in the Republic), "Clare" and "Munster" have nothing to do with either Ulster or Northern Ireland. Munster is a province of Ireland, the same as Ulster is a province. There are four provinces in total, Ulster, Munster, Leinster and Connaught. Each province consists of a number of Counties. Clare is a County ("County Clare") and is situated in the province of Munster. County Tyrone is situated in the province of Ulster. The two counties, Tyrone and Clare, are at opposite ends of the country. Therefore, you might consider looking at Clare and/or Munster and see what you discover. Talk later, Best Wishes, Éamonn.
Hello Dorothy! Good to hear from you! I am in Dublin. I just now looked up Thomas O'Hagan in County Tyrone and a Thomas O'Hagan (1812-1885) was "1st Baron O'Hagan of Tullahogue". Tullahogue is in County Tyrone. The O'Hagans were one of the most inflential families in those parts. If you google " "Thomas O'Hagan and "Tyrone" " you should come up with lots of interesting stuff. Have you already done that? I will see what I can do for you, but have a look first and see what you come up with on the computer. One problem here, of course, is that whereas Dublin is in the Republic, Tyrone is in Northern Ireland and is therefore in the "British" records. I have a lot on at the moment: I am writing a book and I am doing research for three others, apart from my real work as a Private Investigator. However, I promise I will see if I can guide you at all. All the Best to You for the moment. God Bless, Éamonn.
Hi Dorothy! Thank you for joining the Irish group: you are most welcome. Céad Míle Fáilte! Thanks for your comment on the logo - "Eagle II" designed it. I think it's great. I printed it out and I have it in the rear window of my car. Keep up the good work. Will talk to you later. God Bless You and Yours, Éamonn.
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