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  • DubScout
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    Ah, the 32nd... one of the greats !

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  • techman1
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    Congrads to Aughrim Street Scout Group
    (9/10th Dublin)

    cheers from a friend of the long gone dominician 32nd.....

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  • DubScout
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    Thank you Victor and Joshua for your very helpful advices.. I'll follow them up..

    Kiernan

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  • Joshua
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    Originally posted by DubScout View Post
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    I am aware that the founder of the Scout Movement, Robert Baden-Powell served in Ireland on at least three occasions. 1893 (Ballincollig), 1896 and 1897 (Marlborough Barracks, Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin)

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    I'm also looking for a photograph of Marlborough Barracks around that time.



    http://www.census.nationalarchives.i..._NA06-053.html



    Photographs also available for purchase CLICK HERE

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  • Victor
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    Have a look through this thread: http://forum.irishmilitaryonline.com...ead.php?t=7663
    Originally posted by DubScout View Post
    There may also have been a Boy Scout Troop in the Royal Hibernian Military Academy in the Phoenix Park. Where could I get more information on this institution (incl. a photo)?
    This is the current St. Mary's Hospital.


    There was also a Scout Troop in the Bluecoat School, Blackhall Place. Had this school any military links?
    I think it might have - I think the green space betwen the school and the barracks changed hands at various times.
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  • DubScout
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    Boy Scouts / Baden-Powell

    I'm currently researching the History of Scouting in the Parish of Aughrim Street. The current Scout Group will celebrate its 75th. Anniversary in 2012.

    I am aware that the founder of the Scout Movement, Robert Baden-Powell served in Ireland on at least three occasions. 1893 (Ballincollig), 1896 and 1897 (Marlborough Barracks, Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin)

    I'm looking for assistance as to where he might have lived while serving in Dublin as I understand that he never 'lived in' (but this may not be true).

    I'm also looking for a photograph of Marlborough Barracks around that time.

    There may also have been a Boy Scout Troop in the Royal Hibernian Military Academy in the Phoenix Park. Where could I get more information on this institution (incl. a photo)?

    There was also a Scout Troop in the Bluecoat School, Blackhall Place. Had this school any military links?

    Any assistance would be appreciated.

    Kiernan Gildea
    Aughrim Street Scout Group
    (9/10th Dublin)
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