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July 1st In Irish History

On July 1, 1681 St. Oliver Plunkett was hung, drawn and quartered in England.

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  1. Juvelyn says:

    This may just be my most favorite post from aynnoe. Really those are so unique and I am going to try it out. My kids will love that.You taught me so much in our mentoring session! I’ve been having so much fun trying the things I’ve learned. I told Kaylene it was life altering. Okay, a little dramatic, but really this will change the way I do things for sure! You are great. I’ll be sending you some of the things I’m working on so you can see them.

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