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Posted by: Carolyn Booth (ID *****0250) Date: May 05, 2004 at 03:10:08
In Reply to: Re: To ALL seeking Military records of King Williams Army - Battle of the Boyne by Jack Storey of 83

Hi Jack,

I know of a scarf which seems to commemorate the Battle of Boyne. It also has the names of Aughrim, Derry, Enniskillen & Boyne printed around the edge. In the corners are different emblems and in the centre of the scarf is William in his usual pose on a horse. The age of this scarf maybe dated abt the early 1800's.

I was wondering if you could shed a little light on this scarf, as it travelled with our ancestors.

Thanks for your help

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