"Sorry to be so late in answering this, Francisco. I was locked out from answering because I was not a member of the group until today. Yes, I am aware of all the work the members of la Batalla de Monterrey have done. Very impressive. I have…"
Michael, welcome aboard. We have a good number of posters here who are interested in the San Patricios, so please feel free to use our blog to share anything about them or any other Irish related subject you'd like to bring to their attention.
Michael, failte to The Wild Geese. We've been hearing of your work on the history of los 'San Patricios" for many years. It is my great pleasure to welcome you here. Feel free to make use of this thread to better allow fellow members to welcome you and learn about your research, and your own unique Irish story. Ger
Just wanted to extend a bit of a belated welcome here to The Wild Geese. Hope you've had the opportunity to look around the site to see what's on offer. Of course, there is even more to come. It's a great little burgeoning community with loads of interesting folks enjoying the discussion of all-things-Irish.
I find the Irish connection to Mexico fascinating. Hope to hear more from you about that in the days ahead.
We have similar surnames, from all the reports that I've heard down the line on my family history, My G G G G grandfather's name was Michael Hogan. I'm not trying to infer that we are closely related, I just thought I'd drop you a line.