Today in Irish History: Death of Confederate General Joseph Finnegan. Painter William Hartnett.

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TODAY IN IRISH HISTORY

1885: Monaghan born Joseph Finegan who served as a General in the Confederate Army and was victorious at the Battle of Olustee dies.

Monaghan born Joseph Finnegan

Monaghan born Joseph Finegan

1892: Clonakilty, Co. Cork born still life painter William Hartnett dies at age of 44.

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Clonakilty born William Hartnett
Clonakilty born William Hartnett

 1901: Leon Czolgosz, assassin of Scots-Irish president William McKinley is executed.  McKinley died eight days after being shot by Czolgosz on September 6, 1901.

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