Dear Cilla, I sent you two emails, but from your message here, I feel they most be coded in some way. This I didn't realise. Perhaps you could enlighten me as to what you do receive. Grandfather Donegan appeared to die around 1952. Apparently, the family was praying around the bed when, suddenly, he sat up and, bright as a button, asked what the commotion was about! He lived on until 1958, when I was four. So, I didn't know him very well. His wife was indeed Sarah Redmond, from Multyfarnham, and she had a blind brother (or cousin) who emigrated to Scotland and had a family there - a daughter named May, who married a man named Walker something-or-other. Ever heard of them? I'll leave it for now. Contact me about this coding business, Olive.