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James Haggerty of Tír Conaill, Irish patriot - American hero : on the occasion of the unveiling of a memorial, First Calvary Cemetery, Woodside, New York, May 30, 1992

by James H. McLaughlin
Books/Monographs
English
New York, New York : [County Donegal Association of New York?], 1992
[26] p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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James Haggerty (d.1861) was born in Glenswilley, County Donegal, Ireland and arrived in America as part of the great Irish exodus caused by the potato famine. While living in New York, he married a Miss Bentley from Limerick and they were the parents of two daughters. James was a member of the Fenian Brotherhood which was dedicated to Irish independence. At the beginning of the Civil War, James joined the 69th New York Regiment which was known as an "Irish regiment" because of the large number of Irish exiles who were a part of the regiment and who were also Fenians. James Haggerty was killed at the Battle of Bull Run on 21 July, 1861.

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