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Some Highlights of the Irish in America's Civil War

This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, there's much more than could be added. Give us your additions to it. Also links here to artic…

Started by Joe GannonLatest Reply

Irishman Involved in Lincoln Assassination?

I am researching Michael O'Laughlen who was an a associate of John Wilkes Booth. He was born June 23rd 1840  in Baltimore MD. The O'Laughla…

Started by Cameron William RobinsonLatest Reply

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An Appeal for Civil War Descendants

"Mind the Gap Films is developing a documentary about the personal experiences of Irish men who served in the American Civil War, for broad…

Started by Nollaig 2016

1 Feb 10
Reply by William J. Donohue

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From the Vikings to WW2, and Beyond – The World’s Best Battle Reenactments

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Started by Nollaig 2016

0 Oct 17, 2016

Bishop John Timon

Bishop Timon was a pioneer and first bishop of Buffalo. His stance on the Civil War was woven into the politics of the time. He voted again…

Started by William J. Donohue

4 Jan 4, 2016
Reply by The Wild Geese

Edward Felvey or Edward Feloney

Hello. I'm looking for information about my great, great Irish grandfather. I'm doing a family genealogy and need any information about Edw…

Started by Sally Guynn

0 Dec 23, 2015

Colonel Patrick O'Rourke Bridge in Rochester, New York

Started by joel humphrey

4 Nov 9, 2015
Reply by Gerry Regan

Buffalo Irish Regiment

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Started by William J. Donohue

5 Apr 24, 2015
Reply by Gerry Regan

McMahon Brothers

I have been trying to find information on Colonel John Eugene McMahon the elder of the three brothers who rose to command rank during the C…

Started by Cameron William Robinson

7 Apr 11, 2015
Reply by Cameron William Robinson

THE ROCKBRIDGE ARTILLERY aka; God Bless the Dear Old Confederates

In a book published by the Texas United Daughters of the Confederacy - in the late 1800's - I found a letter written by an old Texas vet…

Started by Jed Marum

0 Jan 26, 2015

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Some Highlights of the Irish in America's Civil War

This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, there's much more than could be added. Give us your additions to it. Also links here to artic…

Started by Joe Gannon

4 Oct 19, 2014
Reply by James Francis Smith

An Irish Brigade wounded veteran and the Royal Irish Constabulary

To those of you who see this, I need your assistance. Included in the effects of Laurence Cahill was a Royal Irish Constabulary sword. How…

Started by Joseph Maghe

1 Sep 7, 2014
Reply by Joseph Maghe

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