Remembering Irish diaspora with African connections.
25th of May is Africa Day
The Irish diaspora can be found all over the globe, and the African continent is no exception. Irish people have settled in Africa since the late 18th century, many having remained or returned there following military deployments during conflicts such as the Anglo-Boer War. In the 20th Century, many Irish people of faith made Africa their home, as they joined foreign missions in developing countries.
Click on the images below to read about some of our Africa-related Chronicles
Henry Bartman 1848
Charles Daly 1832
Edel Quin 1907
Did your Irish ancestors have connections with Africa? Share their story with the people living in their Irish place of origin and those descended from the same place, living all over the world.