Ghosts of the Irish Famine

31 07 2009

I read that between 1845 and 1848 a MILLION Irish people starved to death or died as a result of epidemics and that a further 1.5 million emigratedbecause of the unbearable living conditions and the fact that the country was depopulated:
Strange you should mention it as in the 1860’s the biggest ethnic group after Americans were Irish” said my husband, his nose in a favourite book. “30% of the 7th Cavalry,who fought with General Custer (RIP) in the Battle of the Little Big horn were Irish. (The Indian Wars) This means that approximately 80 of 260 who died were therefore Irish!”

Naturally, I dowsed for any lost souls from the above as well as the million who died during the famine, and 376 passed.  THEY GATHERED IN LANES AND FIELDS, PINPOINTS OF LIGHT WHICH JOINED THE ONE MAIN BEAM SENT TO PICK THEM UP AND TAKE THEM HOME….! Such JOY!  The END OF THEIR SUFFERINGS! ^i^

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