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“Countess of Limerick Spearheads Shamrock League for Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families” – Limerick Archives

“Countess of Limerick Spearheads Shamrock League for Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families”

Limerick, Ireland – The illustrious Countess of Limerick has taken centre stage this year, championing the noble cause of the Shamrock League. This captivating initiative is geared towards generating vital funds in support of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families’ Association, an organization dedicated to aiding the kin of those who serve their nation.

With a fervent commitment to this cause, the Countess has been fervently promoting the sale of shamrocks, the iconic emblem of Ireland. Her unwavering dedication to the welfare of these families has struck a harmonious chord with individuals from all walks of life, transcending borders and class distinctions.

Notably, Her Grace has received orders for these symbolic shamrocks from none other than the esteemed King, along with the Prince and Princess of Wales. The global appeal of the initiative is evident in the widespread interest from individuals worldwide who have eagerly joined the cause.

The overarching aim of the Shamrock League is to secure a sustainable source of funding for the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families’ Association. Given the Countess’s soaring popularity, both in the heart of Ireland and the vibrant streets of London, this goal seems closer to realization than ever before. Her grace’s unyielding devotion to the cause has captured the imaginations and hearts of many.

Beyond her philanthropic endeavours, the Countess of Limerick stands as a remarkable figure, revered for her connection to the historic Dromore Castle and her stellar reputation as a sportswoman. Her multifaceted achievements and passionate advocacy have positioned her as one of the most admired Irish Peeresses of our time. As anticipation builds for the upcoming Coronation, her prominent presence is set to shine as a beacon of hope and unity, reinforcing the enduring ties that bind the past, present, and future.

Devizes and Wilts Advertiser – Thursday 13 March 1902