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Re: Royal Irish Constabulary deserters
Posted by: Lori Salim (ID *****4054) Date: June 25, 2010 at 21:32:56
In Reply to: Royal Irish Constabulary deserters by Bridget Carroll of 980

My great-grandfather supposedly did this. His last name was Goodwin but when he came to the US he was suddenly a Delaney...his mother's maiden name. Supposedly they would use a family name so their family could find them. Interestingly, he joined the US service!


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