On March 17, 461 Saint Patrick, patron saint of Ireland dies. Born in Great Britain, he was captured and brought to Ireland at 16. He was confined there for 6 years until he said a dream helped him to escape. According his memoir, years later yet another dream advised him to return. So in 433 Patrick traveled back to Ireland and stayed until his death. FUN-FACT: The 1st St. Patrick's Day parade took place in America 1762, when a group of Irish soldiers in the English Army marched through…

On March 17, 461 Saint Patrick, patron saint of Ireland dies. Born in Great Britain, he was captured and brought to Ireland at 16. He was confined there for 6 years until he said a dream helped him to escape. According his memoir, years later yet another dream advised him to return. So in 433 Patrick traveled back to Ireland and stayed until his death. FUN-FACT: The 1st St. Patrick's Day parade took place in America 1762, when a group of Irish soldiers in the English Army marched through…

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St. Patrick | http://www.saintnook.com/saints/patrickofireland | Saint Patrick Oil Painting by Honate 3' x 6' antique appraisal | InstAppraisal

St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day

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☼ Seasons ☼ Spring ☼ Hail Glorious St. Patrick Dear Saint Of Our Isle St. Patrick's Day

☼ Seasons ☼ Spring ☼ Hail Glorious St. Patrick Dear Saint Of Our Isle St. Patrick's Day

St Patrick's Day vintage card --- "Three little leaves of Irish green , united on one stem, on Irish soil are often seen, they form a magic gem" --- - (the card is dotted with many tiny shamrocks and through a big shamrock "window" we view a countryside scene with glowing sunset, a white thatched cottage where a woman waits at the open door, as a donkey & cart driven by a man arrives !).

St Patrick's Day vintage card --- "Three little leaves of Irish green , united on one stem, on Irish soil are often seen, they form a magic gem" --- - (the card is dotted with many tiny shamrocks and through a big shamrock "window" we view a countryside scene with glowing sunset, a white thatched cottage where a woman waits at the open door, as a donkey & cart driven by a man arrives !).

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