Five sons in the army, one wins Military Medal

My maternal grandfather John Crowe was born on this day, 29 Jan, in 1889 at Clones, Monaghan, he was the third son to Montgomery Crowe and Ellen Stringer who had been married in Clones on the 24 Jun 1884. Montgomery and Ellen had 13 children in total. His father, brothers and himself seemed to have... Continue Reading →

Correspondent to prisoner of war

  My mother's sister, an aunt I never had the pleasure to meet. The fifth of six children born in Belfast - two boys who died at a young age and four girls. Today - 27 Jan - is her birthday. The photo above was sent to Wilfred Young, her brother-in-law, while he was a... Continue Reading →

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