The Flanagan family is created: Irish immigrants have seven children and settle in St. Louis. My grandmother Catherine remembered these years as the good ones
As a city saturated with European immigrants in scores of Catholic parishes, St. Louis was always a big soccer town. In the 1930s, my dad
Above is a photo of my dad’s first-grade class. What a sad-looking bunch of Irish-American ragamuffins. They were obviously just scolded to keep their hands
Maggie Keville made her way to America like so many other late 19th-century Irish — an 18-year-old “spinster,” traveling without family, aboard the S.S. Alaska.
Why the English Prices moved to St. Louis in the late 19th century is a mystery. Our Irish ancestors emigrated as part of a phenomenon
My father’s mother was the last of my ancestors to emigrate to the States. She was barely 20 when she kissed her parents goodbye forever,