Remembrance Mass. St. Mary's, Haddington Road

A Remembrance Mass took place last Saturday,15th November, in St. Marys Church, Haddington Rd. A Poppy wreath was laid by H.E. Dominick Chilcot, British Ambassador to Ireland and a laurel wreath by Fr. McCarthy at the refurbished World War 1 Memorial. There are 93 names inscribed on the War Memorial, including Tom Kettle, poet/barrister/soldier/politican and eight names of Irish Guardsmen.
Our Branch Standard was paraded and carried by the Branch secretary.

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james long | Reply 23.06.2016 17.55

Hi my family have a 'long' association with the Irish Guards and I would like someone to contact me ref a memorial/plaque idea I have see below

Noel Cullen 23.06.2016 22.59

0871449934. Call me tomorrow James.

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