Andrew Jackson and US Rangers Centre (England) Reviews
Description:2 Boneybefore, Carrickfergus, BT38 7EQ / Andrew Jackson was the 7th president of the USA and his parents lived here before they emigrated. They also have a small exibition dedicated to the US Rangers who were stationed in Carrickfergus prior to D Day invasion.
Customer Andrew Jackson and US Rangers Centre (England) Reviews (1)
by Lyle - written on 07/07/10
This is NOT in England!!!!You CAN'T review a book with a title like this.The book must tell people that the US Rangers were raised in Northern Ireland in 1942 and trained there.The cottage was of the type Andrew Jackson's parent's lived in.I CAN'T GO ON!!THIS IS NOT IN ENGLAND....IT IS IN NORTHERN IRELAND!!!
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