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DUBLIN CENTRAL BRANCH

THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION REPUBLIC OF IRELAND DISTRICT

REGISTERED CHARITY No

  "Service Not Self"

COME AND JOIN US IN REMEMBERING

OUR FALLEN COMRADES 

WE

 WILL REMEMBER THEM

 

 

The Branch Committee meets in

The City of Dublin Working Men's Club

33-36 Little Strand Street

Dublin

DO7 F861

Every Wednesday night at 20:00

 

For club Only Phone 6779760

Wednesday,Saturday,Sunday night

 




 NOTICE

 This website will close on the 22/12/2019

I would like to thank every one for their support over the years the site was runing

Bob

 

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Brian Lynch | Reply 22.05.2019 21.46

Hi any information available on a James Cassin member of rbl in 1930's from Kilkenny he moved to Dublin some time later with his wife. Thank you

bobby cosgrove | Reply 20.05.2019 16.02

we would like to come down in August can we still have a meal and drink at the club appox 50 people we hope to lay wreaths at G/Gorman , Royal, and M/oriel

bobby cosgrove | Reply 20.05.2019 15.53

bobby cosgrove i l had previous dealing with the late Noel Cullen i brought group down in August 2016 to visit G/Gorrman and then retire to the club can we ma

bobby cosgrove | Reply 20.05.2019 15.45

my name is Bobby Cosgrove and i am a member of the Newtownards
Branch, and i am researching the story of 18 Ulster men who died in uniform in Dublin during E

Amos Phillipson | Reply 11.01.2019 11.41

I would like to pay my Annual Membership Subscription. I can pay it tomorrow at the EGM, if that's ok.

Catriona Dooey | Reply 06.12.2018 00.57

Hello

I believe I had a great uncle - MIcheal McFerran who fought in the Great War - I would be grateful for any information you could supply.

Caroline Maloney | Reply 26.11.2018 09.41

Hello - can you tell me please where I can buy the Shamrock Poppy? My grandfather was in the RAMC WW1.

Thank you

Stephen 12.12.2018 10.07

Hi, i got mine by making a good donation to the royal British legion limerick branch and in the comments box i requested my shamrock poppy. Stephen

John Wright | Reply 25.11.2018 21.56

Added James Wright moved up to lambay rd drumcondra as far as i know rumours has it he was mustard gased we don't know even were he was born or regiment number

John Wright | Reply 25.11.2018 21.40

Hi could anyone help me my grandad was in the rdfa he's name was James Wright also had a nick name Jock met my grandmother she was from queens st McCluskey

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22.05 | 21:46

Hi any information available on a James Cassin member of rbl in 1930's from Kilkenny he moved to Dublin some time later with his wife. Thank you

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20.05 | 16:02

we would like to come down in August can we still have a meal and drink at the club appox 50 people we hope to lay wreaths at G/Gorman , Royal, and M/oriel

...
20.05 | 15:53

bobby cosgrove i l had previous dealing with the late Noel Cullen i brought group down in August 2016 to visit G/Gorrman and then retire to the club can we ma

...
20.05 | 15:45

my name is Bobby Cosgrove and i am a member of the Newtownards
Branch, and i am researching the story of 18 Ulster men who died in uniform in Dublin during E

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