Category Archives: D-Day

Fighting 29th Post D-Day

This  post answers questions wanting to know a bit more about Father O’Grady. Some folks have asked about the priest in my D-Day post.  He was Father O’Grady, and he was with the fighting 29th. When I looked up information, … Continue reading

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Rabbits and Uncle Donnie

Early June’s blog about D-Day reminded me of another story dad told me about Uncle Donnie.  I was in the 7th grade, and reading  Truth is Stranger than Fiction at the kitchen table. Dad sat across from me and I asked … Continue reading

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June Brings Daisies and D-Day, 29 Lets Go

Early June brings my sister’s birthday and raises memories of D-Day. For those of you who didn’t have a dad that landed on the beaches, I’ll explain that my sister’s birthday is June 3, and D-Day quickly follows on June … Continue reading

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