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My Grandmother, Nellie B. Creaghe (1894-1977), kept a genuine cedar chest tucked in the back of her closet. I first discovered it as a kid in the 1950’s. There was lots of intriguing stuff in it: civil war sword, her sister’s Red Cross uniform badges...

Stephen Creaghe (b.1947) November 23,2016 The Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands lies about 15 degrees above the equator in the western Pacific, just north of Guam and seven and one half hours from Hawaii. While not as lush as other tropical paradises such as the windward side...

Creaghe Family Burial Vault Stephen B. Creaghe, Michael Barnett July 16, 2016 Creaghe Family Burial Vault 1998 In 1817 Richard Creaghe, D.L. (d. 1837) had a burial vault constructed for his family in the Anglican churchyard, Golden, Co. Tipperary, just across the River Suir from this Castle Park estate. ...

To understand the proud Spanish heritage brought into our family by the marriage of my grandfather St. George Creaghe to my grandmother Serapia Bazan y Ortiz it was necessary to review the historical records that date back to the first Spanish Conquest and the Re-Conquest...

The two leading Anglo-Irish families in Ireland have long been the FitzGeralds and the Butlers. From being comrades in arms of the invading Strongbow1, they became by degrees rival barons, and fierce contestants for the vice-sovereignty of their adopted country. In the War...

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