Correspondence, papers and photographs of Keogh returned to his family in Ireland after his death, together with letters received
by the family relating to Keogh, and newspaper clippings. The family assembled two albums to honor the memory of Keogh, the
first containing original documents and photographs and the second comprising a letter book relating to his service record.
Myles Keogh was born on March 25, 1840 in Orchard, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow, Ireland to John and Margaret Keogh. After
finishing school in Leighlinbridge, he attended St. Patrick's College in Carlow.
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