Monthly Archives: April 2020

In May 1913, Cork emigrant Timothy Sullivan approached a Commissioner of Oaths in Liverpool. He wanted the man to write and witness a letter for him. Though he could sign his own name, the 66-year-old was not confident enough to...
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As regular readers are aware, I occasionally like to dip back into Irish connections with the American Revolution. Some of the records I have been looking at this weekend relate to Irish veterans of the British Army who went on...
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Over recent months I have been volunteering some of my time to help the Glasnevin Trust locate individuals interred in the cemetery who served in the American Civil War. Readers may recall my previous research into this topic back in...
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