Dee Fitzgerald --- Boston
Remembering all I have fondly met at Morony's in the past trips to Ireland. Just a wonderful staff with fantastic customer's. Someday, I hope to return there with Tony again. Your kindness and warmth, has never been forgotten. You are appreciated more than you know. God Bless You All, Dee email@example.com
you have the finest collection of Townies on the whole of the web. Well done.
Martin o Brien
Thanks Johnny for your kind remarks really enjoyed night out the best of luck to Clare today
What a night in Thurles this evening for all Clare supporters in a crowd of 8,883 at the Munster U21 Final vs Tipperary. While Clare are the reigning U21 Champions they were outsiders this eve and it was a fantastic performance to undo The Premier county in their own back yard on a scoreline 1-17 to 2-10.Great night in Moroneys after arriving home, many thanks to Ger Hanna for the hospitality. Come On The Banner
My 3 sisters and I are bringing the next generation to Ennis to stay at the nearby Strasburgh Manor, as we girls did 6 years ago. There will be 14 of us...8 arriving at Shannon on April 20th. We need to stop for a pint and to gather our strength...will we be welcomed for lunch?
Maggi, Karen, Ellen, Sheila et al
from New York State (not NY city, mind)
Hi Kenneth, I don't know if you have already booked your flights, but if you are heading to Clare, it would be much more convenient to fly in to Shannon Airport.
As for accommodation, there is a large selection of B&Bs and hotels in Ennis.
Have a look on www.visitennis.com which will give you an idea what is available in the town.
Good luck with the planning!
Kenneth John Moroney
The official count coming w/my wife Linda and I in 2013 for 45th wedding anniversary is up to 14. Please advise closest place for lodging as we will arrive at Dublin and rent cars or take trains or whatever. Owe you some tshirts in exchange for the one u sent.
Greetings from Berlin. Hope all is well in Ennis. I had a look at the The Pubs of Ennis photo project and found it quite fascinating! Nice to have them documented and a lot of work clearly went into it. It sounds like there's great craic to be had at the pub these days and the updates on the website and Facebook are great. Fair play to everyone for putting in the effort and making it such a positive, lively place!
Cheers, or 'Prost' as they say in Germany!
All the Best,
Jennie Moroney Butler
Hi - It is exciting to see photos of Moroneys on your website! My father was Daniel Patrick Moroney and his great grandfather was Thomas Moroney (born about 1817 in Ennis) who married Margaret Rafter (born about 1820 in Ennis.) They settled in the midwest of the United States in the early 1850's. I live in Maine (USA) just about 2 hours north of Boston.
My husband and I will be visiting Ireland next summer for about a week to celebrate our 30th anniversary and I can't wait to visit Moroney's! I plan to have more family research done before I arrive and hope to find a connection to the Moroney's currently living in Ennis.
Take care and see you next summer! Jennie Moroney Butler