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Gerry Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's profile
May 18
Bobby Cassidy commented on Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Martin Sheridan NYPD Cop, Olympic Gold Medalist and Pandemic Victim
"Hello Geoffrey ...  My friend and one-time Newsday colleague Gerry Reagan suggested that I reach out to you. I am doing some research for a project on my Dad, Bobby Cassidy. He was a professional fighter from 1963 to 1980, wore kelly green…"
May 4
Gerry Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post John Quinn, The Irish American Patron of Genius
Apr 29
Geoffrey Cobb's blog post was featured

John Quinn, The Irish American Patron of Genius

The life and accomplishments of John Quinn are so improbable that if they were fiction no one would believe them. The son of a baker from a small town in Ohio, Quinn, by the time of his untimely death in 1924 at the age of 54, had not only amassed the greatest collection of contemporary European art in the world, but he had also played an…See More
Apr 26
Geoffrey Cobb commented on Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Kathleen Daly Clarke (1878- 1972): Dublin’s First Female Mayor
"Wow, Interesting. When I am in Ireland I want to visit Tom Clarke's grave. "
Apr 8
Finbarr O'Regan commented on Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Kathleen Daly Clarke (1878- 1972): Dublin’s First Female Mayor
"My father Tim O'Regan was friendly with the Clarke family and often visited them in Dublin. see - Peter O'Regan, Sergeant, R. I. C. Athenry - ATHENRY.ORG"
Apr 8
Finbarr O'Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Kathleen Daly Clarke (1878- 1972): Dublin’s First Female Mayor
Apr 8
Geoffrey Cobb left a comment for Karen Anne Olson
"Glad you liked my Calvary story. "
Apr 7
Geoffrey Cobb posted a blog post

A Bit of Killarney in Northern California

An Irish visitor to Northern California’s grandiose  Filoli Mansion, nestled at the edge of the towering oak and redwood-forests in the coastal foothills just 30 miles south of San Francisco, might be gob smacked by the amazing similarities the stately residence has to Killarney’s famed Muckross House, and he or she would not be wide of the mark. The elegant 43-room, the…See More
Apr 7
Geoffrey Cobb's 2 blog posts were featured
Apr 7
Gerry Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Kathleen Daly Clarke (1878- 1972) Dublin’s First Female Mayor
Apr 7
Gerry Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Patrick Gilmore The “Father of the American Band”
Apr 6
Gerry Regan liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Lucy Burns Fighter for Women's Suffrage
Apr 6
Geoffrey Cobb's blog post was featured

Lucy Burns, Fighter for Women's Suffrage

December 22nd, 2020, marked the 121st birthday of heroic women’s rights fighter Lucy Burns. Today, few remember Burns and take a woman’s right to vote for granted, forgetting that a century ago women were denied this basic American freedom. They also forget that women like Burns were imprisoned and brutalized in their struggle to obtain equality. Burns’ inspirational…See More
Apr 6
Karen Anne Olson liked Geoffrey Cobb's blog post Calvary Cemetery -- Historic Resting Place of the New York Irish
Mar 28
Geoffrey Cobb posted a blog post

John Quinn, The Irish American Patron of Genius

The life and accomplishments of John Quinn are so improbable that if they were fiction no one would believe them. The son of a baker from a small town in Ohio, Quinn, by the time of his untimely death in 1924 at the age of 54, had not only amassed the greatest collection of contemporary European art in the world, but he had also played an…See More
Mar 27

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A Bit of Killarney in Northern California

Posted on April 7, 2021 at 8:00pm 0 Comments

An Irish visitor to Northern California’s grandiose  Filoli Mansion, nestled at the edge of the towering oak and redwood-forests in the coastal foothills just 30 miles south of San Francisco, might be gob smacked by the amazing similarities the stately residence has to Killarney’s famed Muckross House, and he or she would not be wide of the mark. The…

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John Quinn, The Irish American Patron of Genius

Posted on March 27, 2021 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

The life and accomplishments of John Quinn are so improbable that if they were fiction no one would believe them. The son of a baker from a small town in Ohio, Quinn, by the time of his untimely death in 1924 at the age of 54, had not only amassed the greatest collection of…

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Lucy Burns, Fighter for Women's Suffrage

Posted on March 3, 2021 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

December 22nd, 2020, marked the 121st birthday of heroic women’s rights fighter Lucy Burns. Today, few remember Burns and take a woman’s right to vote for granted, forgetting that a century ago women were denied this basic American freedom. They also forget that women like Burns were imprisoned…

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Patrick Gilmore, The 'Father of the American Band'

Posted on March 3, 2021 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Ever wonder who started the tradition of welcoming in the new year in Times Square? Well, it was a Famine Irish immigrant, Galway man Patrick Gilmore who was the most well-known Irish immigrant of his day and a famous person, but today sadly, Gilmore and his contributions to American music are…

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At 7:09pm on January 5, 2017, Sarah Nagle said…


A belated welcome from the S.F. Bay Area....

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