Wild Geese

Remembering those who had to leave, and who fought and served on foreign soil

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Monsignor Gibney, Bishop of Perth

From south Down to Australia

The Lion of Northam

Some Wild Geese came back home

Don Juan McKenna

Thomas Stewart and Botany Bay

Ambrose O'Higgins

America's most famous priest

Irish deaths in the Korean War

The Beara-Boston connection

From Offaly to Argentina

Exploits of Offaly man in American Civil War

Peter Lalor, a national hero Down Under

Clare people at the Eureka Stockade

Sligoman's role in capture of John Wilkes Booth

Marcus Daly

Hands across the Atlantic

"Gone are the old folk, the house stands deserted"

His Majesty O'Rourke

Knockbridge man at the battle of Little Big Horn

Morty Oge O'Sullivan, 'Captain of the Wild Geese'

The Longford Link

Limerick lads in Korea

Clones man penned New Zealand national anthem

From the slopes of Nephin Mountain to the White House

The Victoria Cross and Irish Domination

Carlow man's part in the Fall of the Bastille

John L. Sullivan - The first Irish American Boxing Champion

American Postmaster General's parents came from Meath

Sligo's Michael Corcoran - a confidant of Abraham Lincoln

The Westmeath connection with Argentina

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