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Written by deaa on Jul. 8, 2018
Hello! Thank you for your great work and useful information on your site
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Written by Jill on Apr. 29, 2018
It's really nice, keep up the good work.
Written by Ann on Mar. 8, 2018
Good Day, My great uncle was a ong time member of the Legion in Dublin. I tried several years ago to get some information from the Legion with regards to him. I was told at that time that the Legion had closed and the records were given to someone. I am happy to see that the Legion is up and running again and I was wondering if you have any information on old members.
It is my understanding that when he died, his name was Patrick (Paddy) Shannon and that my father donated his medals to the Legion. I am trying to do family history. I do know that he is buried along side his brother Michael in Grangegorman Cemetry.
However, I could not find further information. They both survived the Wars and so the War Commission is no help.
Kind regards,
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Written by Leah on Mar. 2, 2018
What a beautiful site, looks all neat.
Written by jasmine on Aug. 15, 2017
Thank you for the hard work and dedication. Keep it up and stay safe!
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Written by Gary Harold (a Dub)! on Jul. 26, 2017
What a wonderful opportunity to see a site that remembers and respects those from Dublin who gave their youth and their lives to fight for something they believed in. I'm from St. Mary's Abbey and my father was in the RAF. He lived in Hendrick Street.
We need to stand up for the Irish contribution to keeping the British Isles safe. My earliest records go back to 1825!
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Written by Amie Byrd on Jul. 17, 2017
What an amazing site, love all the details in your site!
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Written by Angela Geraghty Tinker on Nov. 1, 2016
Where in Dublin can I buy a Poppy
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Written by John Martin on Sep. 20, 2016
I would like to contact the association in relation to a forthcoming event which may be of interest. Please feel free to contact me at the address below.

Interesting and well laid out site - well done.
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Written by Anne on Jul. 30, 2016
I discovered many new things from your website. Thank you for this!
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Written by J.T.Walker on Mar. 13, 2016
Really have enjoyed this site.

John.(Oxford)
Former.
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards.
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Written by Glenda Rodgers Mc Cormick on May. 6, 2015
Bushmills through the wars opens 10th July to 19th July 10.00 am to 6.00 p.m. Sunday 2.00 -6.00
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Written by glendarodgers@btinternet.com on May. 6, 2015
Great informative site, please visit Bushmills through the wars on Facebook and come to our annual Exhibition in July
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Written by colm mcquinn on Aug. 6, 2014
Dear Mr. Cullen,

Colm McQuinn here, archivist for Fingal County Council.

I just wanted to let you and your members know that the exhibition The Hely-Hutchinsons and the Great War is on here in Fingal Local Studies and Archives, 2nd Floor, Clonmel House, Forster Way, Swords, free and open everyday 10-1 and 2-5, and you are most welcome to visit.
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Written by mick molyneux bem on May. 26, 2014
noel your web site looks great and
encouraging keep it up
your aye mick
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Latest comments

06.12 | 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.

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26.11 | 09:41

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

Thank you

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25.11 | 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

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25.11 | 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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