A memorial paving stone to Sgt O'Leary VC Irish Guards will be unveiled at Glasnevin Cemetery on Sunday next,1st February at 12.00 hrs.Obituary taken from the Irish Guards Journal 1962
I don't know but I suspect that his decision was made there on the spot regardless of his own life, he was willing to give, so others may be successful in war
Did you know there is a memorial stone on the wall of the cemetry in the town of ICHEGEELA where he came.
I didn't but it is nice to know that that he is remembered by his birth place and thank you for your interesting comment.
HelloI believe I had a great uncle - MIcheal McFerran who fought in the Great War - I would be grateful for any information you could supply.
Hello - can you tell me please where I can buy the Shamrock Poppy? My grandfather was in the RAMC WW1.Thank you
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
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