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  • WS Ref #: 157 , Witness: Joseph O'Connor, 2 I/C IV, Boland's Mills area, Dublin, 1916; OC 3 Battalion, Dublin, 1917 - 1922

    • ... Street, Aungier's Street, Redmond's Hill, Wexford Street, Camden Street, Upper, South Richmond Street ...

  • WS Ref #: 242 , Witness: Liam Tannam, Captain, IV & IRA, Dublin, 1913-20

    • ... . Sinnott, Wexford, Dick Cotter, J. O'Neill, Mick Moriarity, Frank Shouldice, Charlie Murphy, Joe ...

  • WS Ref #: 487 , Witness: Joseph O'Connor, 2 I/C IV, Boland's Mills area, Dublin, 1916; OC 3 Battalion, Dublin, 1917 - 1922

    • ... 19. Patrol Area. "A" Company. Camden Street, wexford Street, Redmond's Hill Aungier Street, George's Street, Dame Street, Parliament Street. This is the area which became known by the British as the "Dardanelles". At Redmond's Hill there was quite a narrow portion of the roadway this became known ...

    • ... 44. C Grafton Street 18.4.21 attack E Sandford Road 19.4.21 Redmond's Hill 27.4.21 Lower Baggot Street 28.4.21 Pearse Street 29.4.21 Wexford. Street 5.5.21 Grafton Street 12.5.21 Glare Street 18.5.21 Mount Street 23.5.21 Stephen's Green Area 24.5.21 3 attacks Custom House 25.5.21 Guards on Fire ...

    • ... of a convent. of nuns from Wexford to Connemara. Remembering this he made to Landsdowne Road Railway ...

    • ... in that area Camden Street, Wexford street, Redmond's Hill, Aungier Street, George's Street and Dame ...

    • ... he arrived at Wexford Street again the enemy reinforcements were in full possession of the area ...

  • WS Ref #: 548 , Witness: Daithi O'Donoghue, Official Department of Finance, Dail Eireann, 1919 -1921

    • ... in my native Wexford, and to the fact that the Republic had been proclaimed in 1916, I, naturally had ...

    • ... and stored them in Dick Tynan's slaughter house in Wexford Street. (He was a pork butcher). ten things calmed ...

  • WS Ref #: 707 , Witness: Michael Noyk, Legal Adviser to IRA, 1921

    • ... -Sergeant McNamara who was working for Mick Collins, Se├ín Etchingham of Wexford and many others ...

    • ... recall were Bolger Iron Wexford and Sean O'Hegarty, a brother of P.S. O'Hegarty, and Alex McCabe. I ...

    • ... an office for Mick Collins for use by Joe Vize. The latter was a Wexford man who had served ...

  • WS Ref #: 741 , Witness: Michael J Kehoe, Member Irish Brigade, Germany, 1916

    • ... . Assistant Organiser and Recruiting Officer of the Brigade and Adjutant. Born in Co. Wexford. Still ...

    • ... Murphy. Volunteer. Served in the 18th Royal Irish Regiment. Born Co. Wexford. Dead. ...

    • ... 65. 37. Patrick Waters. Volunteer. Served in 18th Royal Irish Regiment. Born in Co. Wexford. Dead. 38. James Carroll. Volunteer. Served in Royal Irish Regiment. Born in Waterford. Still alive. 39. Thomas McGrath. Volunteer. Served in the Royal Irish Regiment. Born in Waterford. Still alive. 40 ...

    • ... STATEMENT OF MICHAEL J. KEHOE, No.1 Ardee Road. Rathmines, Dublin. I was born in Wexford in the year 1891. My people were farmers. I was educated in St. Patrick's College, Tullow, Co. Carlow. I immigrated to America at 16 years of age and continued my education at Fordham Catholic University. At 18 ...

    • ... actually of the Easter Week hostilities in Dublin, Galway and Wexford. In the German Daily Press ...

  • WS Ref #: 1573 , Witness: Brigid Ryan, nee Brophy; Officer Cumann na mBan, Carlow, 1921

    • ... messages from Carlow to Divisional Headquarters in County Wexford. I was in charge of the firing party over ...

  • WS Ref #: 1597 , Witness: Thomas P Waters, Officer, IV & IRA Belfast, Cork & Tipperary, 1921

    • ... , O'Brien and Andy Furlong a Wexford man. Near Crossgar we met the Co. Down men. These men were ...

    • ... . One R.I.C. man, a Wexford man named Kane, when he saw us said, "You b we got you at last". We were ...

  • WS Ref #: 1612 , Witness: Peter McDonnell, Officer IRA, Connemara, 1920

    • ... , run in connection with a replay of an All-Ireland football Final between Wexford and Kerry. After ...

  • WS Ref #: 1766 , Witness: William O'Brien, Member IRB; Labour Leader

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