Irish Regiment

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Royal Irish Rangers - Music of The Regiment - Regimental Quick March
... It was written around 1887 by an Irish composer, Robert Martin, for the London Musical "Miss Esmeralda" ... He composed new lyrics, in 6/8 time, celebrating his Regiment's fame ... The march became popular among the other Irish Regiments and various other sets of lyrics were devised ...
Caubeen - Military Use - Canadian and South African Army Use
... headdress for the 2nd Battalion, the Irish Regiment of Canada ... It is a Primary Reserve light infantry regiment of the Canadian Forces ... The Regiment was formed in Toronto, Ontario in 1915 as 1 Battalion Irish Regiment ...
Irish Regiment Of Canada
... 2nd Battalion, The Irish Regiment of Canada is a Primary Reserve infantry regiment of the Canadian Forces based in Sudbury, Ontario ... The Irish regiment was originally founded in 1915 with headquarters in Toronto ... in Sudbury in 1965 by the conversion of the 58th Field Regiment RCA ...
Killaloe March - History
... Killaloe” is a popular march in the Irish Regiments of the British Army, written in 1887 by a 41-year-old Irish composer named Robert “Ballyhooly Bob” Martin of Ross, for the ... cousins “Somerville Ross”, who wrote “Remniscences of an Irish R.M.” and other stories ... artist and composer, to General John Doyle, who founded the 87th, later the Royal Irish Fusiliers ...
Earl Of Tyrone - Earls of Tyrone, First Creation (1542) - Exiles
... his second wife Colonel of the Irish regiment in the Spanish service in Flanders Knight of Santiago ... Shane's will provided that Hugo Eugenio be taught Irish, so he could be an effective leader of the O'Neills it also provided an elaborate system of succession if Hugo Eugenio died childless, as did happen ... Don Bernardo O'Neill, (circa 1619-1681) Colonel of the Irish regiment of Tyrone, nephew of General Eoghan Roe ...

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