Posts Tagged ‘Society of United Irishmen’

The United Irishmen and the 1798 Rebellion

By Colin Lacey The Society of United Irishmen, founded in Belfast on October 26, 1791 by radical political thinkers, including Theobald Wolfe Tone, Hamilton Rowan, Samuel Nellson, Henry Joy McCracken and Thomas Russell, the organization’s declared objective was “equal representation of all the people in parliament” and the establishment of a political system that wouldRead more..

Peter Murphy

Peter Murphy has been in the financial services industry for 39 years, helping hundreds of clients achieve their financial goals. For the past eight years he has been proud to work as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Southbury, Connecticut. Peter’s Irish ancestry extends far back on both sides of his family. On his mother’s side,Read more..