MAN IN FACEBOOK OWNERSHIP CLAIM CASE COULD BE IN GALWAYAugust 8, 2011 - 1:45pm
An American man claiming to own half of social media website, Facebook, could have moved to Galway.
Paul Ceglia spent six years of his childhood in Corofin as his mother Veronica nee Keaveney comes from Cummer.
He lodged a claim in court in The United States for half of the website, owned by Mark Zuckerberg, worth billions of dollars.
Given his family connection to Corofin, it's thought Ceglia could have returned to Galway.
The 38-year-old attended Cummer National School in the 1980s and his grandparents; Nora and Andy Keaveney ran the Ranchhouse Dance Hall on the N17 for years.