Sgt O'Leary VC Irish Guards

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

 

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Peter carey | Reply 18.02.2015 14.46

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

Regemortels Leo | Reply 30.01.2015 19.17

Did you know there is a memorial stone on the wall of the cemetry in the town of ICHEGEELA where he came.

Noel Cullen 31.01.2015 13.46

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.

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