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Started this discussion. Last reply by Joan Austin Dec 9, 2015. 12 Replies 4 Likes
We at The Wild Geese understand that our passion for Irish History does not always measure up to our technical experience therefore we are extending a hand to assist in getting your stories told.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Alannah Ryane Feb 28, 2013. 1 Reply 2 Likes
Shipping of impoverished 'British' children to Canada Liverpool, England has long been called the real capital of Ireland with three quarters of the population claiming Irish descent. The influx came…Continue
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After fellow Wild Geese member Oisen O'Connell had generously taken me on my last Wexford tour via Ballyhack Castle,…Continue
Posted on July 10, 2014 at 12:30pm 4 Comments 6 Likes
...and not a battle at all? Was the area of Brù-na-Bóinne where the survivors of 'Noah's' flood emerged? What about the
strange report from Charles O'Kelly, a Colonel in James’ army, who said the whole thing was a conspiracy to hand Ireland to William?…Continue
Posted on July 4, 2014 at 7:30am 3 Comments 9 Likes
The Wild Geese gained a spotlight on 'Communications Corner,' on Queens Public Television (QPTV), the Queens, NYC, public television network. During the broadcast, co-founder Gerry Regan shares his personal background while discussing the ever-growing and very passionate membership of the world's leading social network…Continue
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On Thursday April 17th, Toronto's St. James Cathedral was a sea of green scarves and ties as mourners lined the streets at the state funeral for Canada's former Finance Minister James Flaherty.
Fondly known as the 'little leprechaun' with the big heart, Irish charm…Continue
Hello, Alannah. If this is a blog or a Facebook- like entry, it is my first. I doubt I'll be good at this. Stay well.
Safe travels, mo chara! Have the best of times!
Alannah a chara,
just logged on to this site for first time in many months. Hope your trip went well.Sorry I couldnt travel down to Wexford Town.
Slán go fóill,
Hi Allanah, thanks for your comment. I know I tried a couple of times to find what you were looking for without success, and now I have forgotten what it was! Memory ain't what it used to be. Remind me?
All the best,
'THE' castle. You were going to ask permission from someone to show it to me so I don't want to share that here.
Sorry for being braind-dead. Of course, I know Cynthia. But who would be sponsoring what kind of hang-out??? I'm working 7 days a week, plus my father just had a stroke, so I am up to my eyeballs in non-creative, non-fun activity. Ugh...
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