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Irish Brigade, the

The Functions of Association Football in the Boys’ Brigade in Ireland, 1888–1914

MacBride, John (1868-1916), Irish revolutionary and officer in the Irish brigade of the Boer army

MacBride's Brigade: Irish Commandos in the Anglo-Boer War Donal P. McCracken

WEBSTER, Herbert Cayley (died 1917), explorer, naturalist, author, composer; Captain late 7th Brigade, South Irish Division RA

GREENFIELD, Richard Menteith (1856 - 1916), Brigadier-General, General Staff, Ireland; Commander Bombay Brigade, 1905–09

O’Brien, Edward Donough (1839 - 1900), Representative Peer for Ireland from 1873; Lord-Lieutenant for Co. Clare from 1886; Hon. Colonel 7th Brigade (S. Irish Division) Royal Artillery from 1882; [descent is claimed from Brian Boroimhe, who fell at the battle of Clontarf, 1014; 6th Baron was distinguished in Ireland in the Civil War as a Royalist]

STONHAM, Charles (1858 - 1916), Senior Surgeon, Lecturer on Surgery, Teacher of Operative Surgery, Westminister Hospital, London; Examiner in Surgery, Society of Apothecaries, and Royal University, Ireland; Hon. Major in the army, and Lieutenant-Colonel in command of London Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance

Ashley-Cooper, Anthony (1869 - 1961), HM Lieut Co. Dorset, 1916–52; Chm. Dorset County Council, 1924–46; late Development Commissioner under the Development Fund Act 1910 (Chairman of the Commission, 1946–48); Younger Brother of Trinity House; Vice-Pres. Royal Choral Soc.; Provincial Grand Master of Dorset, 1902–52; Pres., Shaftesbury Society; late President of the English Church Union, and Member National Church Assembly; late Chairman National Advisory Council to the Ministry of Labour for Juvenile Employment in England and Wales; Bailiff of Egle and Bailiff Grand Cross in the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Brig.-General Commanding 1st South-West Mounted Brigade, 1913–16; served European War, 1914–18; retired with hon. rank of Brig.-Gen.; late Hon. Col North Irish Horse; Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, 1910–22; Commissioner of Congested Districts Board for Ireland, 1902–14; Chancellor of Queen’s Univ. of Belfast till 1923; HM Lieutenant for Co. of Antrim, 1911–16; Grand Officer Legion of Honour


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(1692–1791), the, a corps in the French service that originated with the 5,000 or 6,000 men brought to France during the Williamite War in exchange for troops sent to assist ...

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