Links

Links to relevant and interesting sites are below:

Jason Burke http://www.jasonburkehistory.com

Eddie’s Extracts Roll of Honour http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~econnolly/rohpci/

Western Front Association http://www.irishwfa.com/forum

Great War Belfast Clippings http://www.greatwarbelfastclippings.com/

Our Heroes in Memoriam https://sites.google.com/site/ourheroesinmemoriam/

Commonwealth War Graves Commission http://www.cwgc.org/

Belfast Presbyterians in the Great War http://www.greatwarbelfastpresbyterian.com/

 

2 Responses to Links

  1. Jim McCormick says:

    I have to say i was so please to see the picture of my Uncle Jimmy on your site and in the Weekend magazine. Jimmy Magill was married to my Mum’s sister Bertha Wotherspoon. I have not looked at all your site but I’m excited with what i have seen so far. It is important to remember the men who fought in Great War.

  2. Castleton Lanterns says:

    Hi Jim.
    Thanks for getting in touch! Delighted that you are related to Jimmy Magill. He wrote a letter to the mother of James McCann to let her know that James had be given a proper burial. I’m sure you saw that in the Belfast Telegraph. You can see the details here: http://castletonlanterns.co.uk/francis-mccann-james-mccann-and-james-magill-royal-inniskilling-fusiliers/

    If you can make it along to the exhibition launch on Thursday night I’d be delighted to meet you. I know that the family of James McCann are also coming and I’m sure they would be interested in meeting you!

    The launch is at Red Barn Gallery, Rosemary Street, Belfast from 6pm – 9pm this Thursday.

    Any chance you have any photos of James or any stories you could tell me? My email is karen@castletonlanterns.co.uk if you would like to email me.

    Thanks again
    Karen

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