Ulster Sails West

“They were the first to proclaim for freedom in these United States. Even before Lexington the Scotch-Irish blood had been shed for American Freedom – Pres. Wm. McKinley” in 1893. According to William Marshall’s book Ulster Sails West, the battle McKinley is referring to was on the Alamace river in North Carolina in 1771. McCormick (J2024) asserts that the hunter on the right is Davy Crockett, born 1786, who died in the Battle of the Alamo in the Texas Revolution. Hillview Avenue, Ballymoney.


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UDA 3rd Battalion

“For as long as one hundred of us remain alive, we shall never in any way consent to submit to the rule of the Irish. For it is not for glory we fight but for freedom alone which no man loses but with his life.” This is a modified version of the (English translation of the) Declaration of Arbroath, declaring Scotland’s independence from England. UDA North Antrim-Londonderry brigade. Carnany Gardens, Ballymoney.


Copyright © 2007 Peter Moloney