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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    Hearses holding the remains are greeted by a pipe band and members of the AOH

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    The memorial service took place at St Peters Church in Staten Island

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    Bill Reilly advocated for years for a proper burial of the remains

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    The adult hearse is brought into the church

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    The Ancient Order of Hibernians leads the procession into the church

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    Caskets in the church aisle

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    The memorial service opens with singing

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    Cardinal Egan thanks the Staten Island community for their faith and piety

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    Angel on the child's casket

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    Cardinal Egan addresses the audience next to the caskets

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    An AOH member places a hand on the casket

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    N.Y. funeral for forgotten Irish immigrants

    Lynn Rogers speaks with John Luisi, a candidate for Staten Island Borough President, at the reception

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