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  • 31 décembre 2019
    Bernard Delhomme

    On the 27th of December 1601, three days after the battle of Kinsale, Red Hugh O’Donnell set sail from Castletownsend on the south coast of Ireland for Spain, to seek military assistance. Through a quirk of history his senior gallowglass captain Ristéard Mac Eochagáin, was not to take part in this mission.
    413 years later, in the summer of 2014, James Keoghan - a descendant of Ristéard Mac Eochagáin - set out from his home at Currahoo near Kinsale on a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, in memory of his illustrious ancestor.