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  • WS Ref #: 1014 , Witness: Christopher M Byrne, Officer IRA, Wicklow, 1921; TD and Senator, Dail Eireann

    • ... , Wexford G.A.A. All-Ireland Champions, also came along. (Dia trocaire ar a namnaibh!) ...

    • ... information but failed. On Friday I heard that Wexford was out. It was too late then for us to do ...

    • ... -9- said he couldn't under Board of Trade regulations so the train remained in the Station all day. Bob Brennan who was travelling from Wexford to Dublin was amongst the people who were held up. All business was at a standstill in Wicklow town that day and it was an illustration to the British ...

    • ... . Tinahely, Shillelagh and, in fact, south from Aughrim was in Wexford Brigade. Baltinglass ...

    • ... . But no train from Wexford got to Westland Row that night. During the next couple of weeks we got ...

  • WS Ref #: 1023 , Witness: William Keane, Commandant IRA, Waterford, 1920 -1921

    • ... , with myself in charge, crossed over to the Wexford side of the River Suir by boat and made our way ...

  • WS Ref #: 1043 , Witness: Joseph V Lawless, Member IV, Fingal, 1916; Officer IRA, Dublin, 1921

    • ... and Wexford in 1170, Fingal was ravished by the Norman troops of Fitzgerald at the behest of the traitor ...

    • ... by the Yeomen near Garristown, and his subsequent execution in Dublin. One of the Wexford columns, which ...

    • ... mind in connection with this matter of dress - Commandant Brennan-Whitmore from Wexford, who had ...

    • ... was William Sears, of Wexford, a veteran Irish Nationalist and proprietor of the "Enniscorthy Echo ...

    • ... practical joker was a man named Gallagher from Wexford, and I remember that it was about this time ...

  • WS Ref #: 1086 , Witness: Patrick Mullooly, Senior Officer IRA, Roscommon, 1921

    • ... carrying off some 'stunt'. Duffy was a Wexford man, but I do not think that Duffy was his real name. ...

    • ... 29. G.H.Q. wanted him to return to his native county but his answer was: "If I go to Wexford they will point out Vinegar Hill and tell me when the rest of Ireland does as much as we did there, Ireland will be free. I want to go back to have revenge for my family". His wife was outraged by the Tans ...

  • WS Ref #: 1092 , Witness: Michael J Kehoe, Member Irish Brigade, Germany, 1916

    • ... "Gaelic America", "Irish World" etc. that in the County Wexford, southeastern coast were scattered ...

  • WS Ref #: 1093 , Witness: Thomas Treacy, Captain IV Kilkenny, 1913-16; Commandant IRA Kilkenny, 1917-21

    • ... from Cobb, around by Waterford and Wexford, and up the full length of the east coast of Ireland ...

  • WS Ref #: 1105 , Witness: Nicholas Whittle, Director of Elections, Sinn Fein, East Waterford, 1918; Member, IV & IRA, Waterford, 1918-21

    • ... on the ground. I recalled in a flash the sufferings of the Wexford insurgents at the hands of the Yeos ...

  • WS Ref #: 1108 , Witness: Jeremiah J (Diarmuid) O'Leary, Director of Elections, Sinn Fein, Pembroke, 1918

    • ... ORIGINAL BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY 1913-21 BURO SIAIBE MILEATA 1913-21 NO. W.S. 1108 STATEMENTOF Mr. JEREMIAH JOSEPH O'LEARY, 54 Marlborough Road, Donnybrook, Dublin. I was born on the 4th September, 1889, in Colchester. My father, James Aloysius O'Leary, was from Enniscorthy, County Wexford ...

    • ... in from Waterford, Kilkenny and Wexford, and the parade was formed and marched to The Mall ...

  • WS Ref #: 1132 , Witness: Daniel Ennis, Captain IRA, Waterford, 1921

    • ... wal in charge of the camp. Following the camp I returned to my home in Rosslare, County Wexford, where ...

  • WS Ref #: 1146 , Witness: Eugene Kilkenny, Captain IRA, Leitrim, 1921; Member South Leitrim ASU, 1921

    • ... in Wexford during the 1916 Rising, Paul Galligan from Cavan and Peter Moynagh, also from that area ...

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