Monthly Archives: November 2017

As some readers will be aware, I am often asked to contribute to the genealogy magazine Irish Lives Remembered on topics relating to Irish military history. The Autumn 2017 issue has just been released, in which I have a piece on Irishmen...
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The 1893 Act of Congress that halted Civil War pension payments to non-residents of the United States who could not prove their citizenship is a topic I have explored frequently on previous occasions (see for example my book The Forgotten Irish and The...
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I have recently been researching Irish-born men and women who served in North American forces during the Second World War. A little over a year ago, while working on files relating to servicemen who lost their lives in Canadian forces,...
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A recent post explored some of the American Civil War veterans buried around Newcastle Upon Tyne in England, where I am currently carrying out research on the Irish of the American Civil War at Northumbria University. I have continued to...
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