|Series||Presbyterian Committee of Publication (Series) -- no. 69.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
The Royal Irish Regiment (27th (Inniskilling), 83rd, 87th and The Ulster Defence Regiment) (R IRISH) is an infantry regiment of the British regiment was founded in through the amalgamation of the Royal Irish Rangers and the Ulster Defence oldest predecessor; the 27th Regiment of Foot; was first raised in June to fight in the Williamite War in : British Army. Great Britain. Army. Regiment of Foot, 18th (Royal Irish) Publisher London, England: Parker, Furnivall and Parker Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: Soldiers of the 18th Royal Irish Regiment in camp, Sebastopol, View this object. Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Marshman Havelock-Allan VC, Colonel of the Royal Irish Regiment, 19th century. The regiment fought in the First Opium War () and the Second Burma War (). 18th August Inspections 2nd Battalion - Royal Irish Regiment Tuesday, August 18th, - Taisnieres Battalion route march of about 7 miles in the morning. Bathing parade and inspection of feet by Companies arrangements in the afternoon. Many men have sore and defective feet.
A Memoriam Website database for Irish soldiers with Photos. Search for WW1 Service Personal with Irish connections. Nolan M H W Lt: Photo Pigott E J K P 2nd Lt: Obituary Roberts J L/Cpl Photo Shine J D 2nd Lt: Photo, Photo and Obituary Stacpoole G E G Lt: Photo Wookey F M 2nd Lt: Photo 2nd Battalion (Regular) Abbott C T Coy QM Sergt Photo Anderson A J R 2nd Lt: Photo Anderson M K Lt: Photo Bick P A 2nd Lt: Short Record Of Service Boyd W. The Royal Irish Regiment at The Naval & Military Press Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment from CLICK HERE for a short synopsis from N&M Press. Book includes appendices showing a calendar of the Regiment’s moves from to including location of peacetime stations during that time. Each battalion is shown separately. Search the enlistment books of the disbanded Irish regiments. The Connaught Rangers, the Leinster Regiment, the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, the Royal Irish Regiment and the Royal Munster Fusiliers were units of the British Army, which were disbanded following the establishment of the independent Irish Free State in The enlistment books contain records of soldiers serving in these regiments.
The Royal Irish returned to Gibraltar in , where they remained until the Siege of Toulon in From the Regiment went on to serve during the New Zealand Wars fighting during the Waikato and Taranaki campaigns it was the last Imperial Army unit to leave New Zealand in February This includes Army and Royal Marine personnel; one Royal Naval Serviceman; 50 members of the former Ulster Defence Regiment and later Royal Irish Regiment; 10 members of the Territorial Army and 51 military personnel murdered outside Northern Ireland. 6, members of the Army and Royal Marines were wounded over the period. IRISH GREAT WAR SOCIETY - WW1 Research. - Irish Great War Society is a living history society based on the Great War to IRISH GREAT WAR SOCIETY. Last update: 25/11/ W ebsite under maintenance please bear with us. Soldier’s WW1 Service Records. Irish items on offer include medals, badges and militaria relating to the disbanded Irish Regiments of the British army including the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Royal Munster Fusiliers, the Leinster Regiment, 18th Royal Irish Regiment, Connaught Rangers and South Irish Horse. I also include items to the Royal Irish and Ulster Rifles, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Inniskillings etc.