South Irish Horse South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry
My involvement with the South Irish Horse began with a family photograph, or to be more specific three photographs. Thumbnails of them are shown below.
Frank Vaugh SIH Curragh Camp Mounted SIH member France 1914-18   The South Irish Horse existed for a mere 20 years. Raised as The South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry in Jan 1902 and disbanded in July 1922 along with five other famous Irish Regiments
       The Royal Irish Regiment,
       The Connaught Rangers,
       The Leinster Regiment,
       The Royal Munster Fusiliers &
       The Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
The roots of the Irish Horse can be traced to the Boer War with the 61st (South Irish) Company, 17th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry.
To see then full size follow this link to a pictures page.  
  Frank Vaugh SIH Curragh Camp    
  I have many pieces of information that I want to share with interested parties, hence the web site. For the future, I and my brother Hugh, see the picture on the right, are working on a biographical history of the men who had a connection with the South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry or the South Irish Horse. So whether you are a relative, a collector, a military enthusiast or a casual observer please get in touch with your observations or questions, because we are keen to share experiences and information.
                       However you may just wish to use the links below.
The Bro's Vaugh. Hugh & Doug 1976
Poppy   Those who died WW1   Poppy
 Today, , please remember  :-
Pictures past & present
Potted history of the regiments
SIY 1906 Muster List
War Diaries from WW1
List of all files, site map
Medals and awards
Officers of the South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry & South Irish Horse
All men of the South of Ireland Imperial Yeomanry & South Irish Horse
Names from various documents
London gazette entries
Research enquiries
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Last updated 22nd Apr 2021