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  • WS Ref #: 1402 , Witness: Edward Young, Member, Brigade Flying Column, IRA, Cork, 1921

    • ... 22. Nowember 1920. O/C. Sean Murphy V.O/C. "Sonny" Dave Crowley Adjt. Paddy O'Brien Q.M. Dan Hourihane July 9th 1921 0/C. Sean Lehane V.0/C. "Sonny" Dave Crowley Adjt. Sean Murphy Q.M. Dan Hourihane Signed Edward Young Date: 17th April 1956 Witness: P O'Donnell ...

    • ... were Pete Kearney, 'Spud' Murphy, Sean Murphy, Ned Young (witness) and Harry Smith driver of the car ... 0/C. Con Ahearne V.0/C. Mick McCarthy Adjt. Paddy O'Brien Q.M. Mick Dwyer Dec. 1919 0/C. Sean ...

    • ... 2. Liam Duggan, John Young and James White. The strength of the unit was about 120. Training, which took the form of close order foot drill and arms drill with wooden guns, as carried out under Sean O'Hourihan, who was the drill instructor. Parades were held twice weekly. Weekly contributions ...

    • ... were Sean Hales, Ham Deasy, Con Crowley, Denis O'Brien, Jack Roche, 'Spud' Murphy, Stephen O'Neill ...

    • ... at Tom Donovan's, Behagh. Amongst those present were:- Tom Barry (0/C.), Sean Hales, Charlie Hurley ...

    • ... hank of the main body at Gloundaw. The section was in charge of Sean Murphy (Battalion 0/C. Dunmanway ...

  • WS Ref #: 131 , Witness: George O'Flanagan, Member IV and IRA, Dublin, 1914 - 1921

    • ... NAMES OF VOLUNTEERS MENTIONED BY GEORGE 0'FLANAGAN. Ned Daly 0/C. 1st Battalion Frank Fahy Captain C/Coy. 1st Battn. Joe McGuinness Lieut. do. do. Joe Reid Quartermaster Sean Prendergast Seen Kennedy (Armourer) Mark Wilson Farrelly (two brothers) Sean Howard Sean Flood Peadar Clancy Barney Mellowes ...

    • ... ., was a Lieutenant. Other members I recollect were Joe Reid, the Q.M., Sean Kennedy, Armourer, Sean ... . Sean Kennedy repaired all. our weapons in a store in Dews on St. I remember bringing a shotgun to him ...

    • ... on Church St. The only person who approached the gate while I was there was Sean Howard with a dispatch. I ... of hours. I then went with Sean Flood to Heathers' on Arran quay where we got underclothing for the garrison. Sean Flood gave a written note on Volunteer paper for them. I. was then with my brother ...

  • WS Ref #: 1595 , Witness: Seamus Babington, Officer IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... Breen, A. & M. Barlow, Jerry Kiely, J.K. Lonergan, Sean Prendergast, Sean Downoy, Tadhg Dwyer, S. H. Burke, Sean. Walsh, Jerome Davin, Mick Fitzpatrick, Dick Dalton and a hundred others whom I may ...

    • ... . To my Brigade officers, everyone of them Seán Treacy, Seumas Robinson, Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael ... of Dinny Lacey, paddy McDonough, Jim Kilmartain, Mick Sheehan, Sean Hogan, Bill Allen, Peter Tobin ...

    • ... the death of our beloved Vice Brigade 0/C, Sean Treacy, in Talbot Street, Dublin, after a glorious ...

  • WS Ref #: 151 , Witness: James Ryan, Member IV, Clonmel, 1916

    • ... 11. Irish Volunteers Easter Week men Frank Drohan Sean Morrissy Torn Halpin James Ryan Dominick ... Thomas Donovan Michael Burke Ned Dwyer Pat Dwyer Thos. Barrett Sean Mackey W.P. Bowen Bill Mackey Denis Skehan Mulcahy Lyons John Hickey Dick Dalton Sean Cooney Jim Whelan Thos. Regan David Short ...

    • ... now organising and prominent men on the run joined them. No. 1 Column under Denis Lacy, No. 2 Sean Hogan, later P. Dalton, Denis Saddler accidentally shot afterwards, Sean Treacy, Seamus Robinson ...

    • ... . Condon James Moore Thos. Barron Dick Kelly Dan O’Shea Edmond O’Connor Tim Buckely Sean Cooney James ...

    • ... a review of Volunteers at Tipperary under Sean Treacy, Dan Breen and Seamus Robinson. Ben Hickey ...

    • ... and Royal Irish. Some of our Volunteers were working as civilians in Clonmel Military Barracks and Sean ...

    • ... three weeks without any exercise, and the men we’re getting sick. Sean Morrissy made a protest and told ...

    • ... — Ned Aylward Rev Fr. Delahunty C.C., Denis Butler Pat Aylward, Sean Gibbons and others. After about ...

  • WS Ref #: 217 , Witness: John J Keegan, Member IV, Dublin, 1916

    • ... 14 at my back, it is just as effective that way but I must see Sean T. Well, if you are so ... . I knock who's there? Said a voice Keegan from Rathfarnham said I. Come on Sean, said the voice ... night raiding Brittas Camp. well, Sean he said, what's your trouble. I am looking for Comdt Pearse I ...

    • ... 1 I attended 8 aclock Mass in the Church at Rathfarnham on Easter Sunday morning 1916 after Mass Staff Caption Sean Fit- zgibbon came to me in the company of Comdt Eom McNeill and he said. I am glad I was lucky enough to meet you, Sean it is so long since I saw you last. No need to ask how you ...

    • ... but it brought no result from 44 There was no Sean T. there the G. man was outside all right ... to go down to Sean T's address at ...

    • ... what to do next, when a voice rings out from the top stairs. Hello; Sean It was a voice that I knew well for I had known it for close on 25 years. It was Capt Sean Connolly who spoke. I hastened up ...

    • ... 1 Cruogh Rathfarmham March 1919. I wish to record an instance of moral courage & daring of which I was an eye witness. It was September 1919 On a Sunday. Sean Etchingham Minister of Fisheries ... fields away several men with guns moving about, this was unusual, so I called Sean out to have ...

    • ... it was the Black & Tans. They had (as we learned afterwards) just shot young Sean Doyle and were evidently on the look out for others of hi comrades. Sean Etchingham ham was as cool as any man ever could ...

    • ... 12 Belvidere avenue and I part with him, wishing him god speed, and I am away again, arrived at Belvidere av, Sean 7 is not living there now, he has moved to the corner of Mount joy sq. and Charles ... may say so but I Don't think your Mr OKelly is the man I'm seeking I am looking for Councillor Sean ...

    • ... 19 I got one hurried glance around that Council Chamber and at the further and of the room from me I saw McDonagh Clarke. McDermott and Plunkett with a few others whose backs were towards me, and so I left Liberty Hall with another few words to my friend Sean Connolly thanking him for making my ...

    • ... for Sean T and there you are wait I shall come with you there are usually G. men. ...

    • ... 15 here Mr McNeills cancellation order for him. Oh that can't be. He interjected it must go on, it must go on now. well, I said I am not going to argue with you at tall, where can I see Comdt Pearse. Sean T then said, he was here up to a half-hour ago and he has gone down to liberty Hall but I say ...

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

    • ... 62. where some of than were sent to reinforce the garrison under Sean Heuston. The remainder formed part of the garris one of Kelly's shop at the corner of Bachelors Walk and the Metropole Hotel. ...

    • ... on the national problem - My acquisition of a new gun which is swopped for Sean Treacy's parabellum ... - Talk with Sean Lemass - I resign from the army because of personal differences with my superiors - My ...

    • ... 282. the rescue of Sean Hogan from a R.I.C. armed escort at Knocklong railway station in Co ... all about the fight at Knocklong, before they made their escape to U.S.A. Dan Breen, Sean Treacy, Sean Hogan and dozens of others of the Tipperary and Limerick men made Fleming's their headquarters ...

    • ... recognised Sean McDermott, Eamon Ceannt, Sean Heuston, Willie Pearse, Michael O'Hanrahan, Con Colbert ... . Sean McDermott and Colbert smiled and nodded cheerily across to each one of us in turn ...

    • ... , was also a constant visitor to Fleming's of Drumcondra. Joe and his brother, Sean, had worked for years in Manchester, but returned to Ireland about the time of the Rising of 1916, and Sean became ... weapon that he offered to swop with me. With some regrets I agreed to the swop and Sean Treacy's gun ...

    • ... Ministry of Finance - Sean Boylan claims my assistance in the matter of transport - The capture ...

    • ... of the clarity and strength of his purposes, or the nobility of has soul. Sean McDermott, Thomas ... O'Hanrahan, Con Colbert, Sean Heuston and others of the executed leaders. All had their own personal ...

    • ... by the arrival of Tom Young and Sean O'Sullivan, worked earnestly and happily together as the fitting up of the factory progressed. paddy McHugh (then under the name of Sean Kiernan) joined the staff ...

    • ... and progress of work with my weekly letter to him. Sean Boylan was 0/C. of the adjoining Co. Meath ... to see him one day. Knowing Sean as an enterprising commander I was even less surprised when he told me ...

    • ... 400. recently, Treacy, having left his own guns elsewhere, borrowed Robinson's gun, a long Parabellum, when he left Delaney's of Heytesbury St. that evening to go to Fleming's of Drumcondra. It was, therefore, Robinson's gun that Sean used at Fernside, and which Sean gave to Breen at' the Mater ...

    • ... events were inevitably leading. I discussed the situation with Sean Lemass (lately Minister for Industry and Commerce) one evening as we left Beggars Bush Barracks after duty. Sean was also a captain ...

    • ... pages. Chapter XIII. (continued) Death of my sister, Ita. Evidences of impending enemy offensive. The Sinn Féin Courts. My father and others arrested in a British military raid on 76 Harcourt St., the office of the Dáil Ministry of Finance. Sean Boylan claims my assistance in the matter ...

    • ... of a new gun which is swopped for Sean Treacy's parabellum. ...

    • ... , Alderman Tom Kelly, Sean McDermott and Tom Kettle, addressed the people, explaining the purpose ...

    • ... . As we turned on to the Pier I noticed some Volunteer and Fianna officers, including Sean Heuston ...

    • ... treck cart, but was carefully guarded by Sean Houston and other Fianna officers). Then the police ...

    • ... any of us had Sean one. It consisted of a knuckleduster handle of an aluminium alloy, to the side ...

    • ... that Sean and Dan had arrived that one could hardly visualise the one without the other. Dan ...

    • ... number who could compete on anything like equal terms with Sean Hales at throwing the hammer ...

    • ... during the truce period, was Sean O'Meara, who was Brigade Communications Officer. O'Meara was a very ...

    • ... upon me as an ememy, to be shot if certain circumstances arose. When I left the room later, Sean ...

    • ... to College Green and walked up Dame St. to Capel St. where Sean lived at the time, and so warnest was our ...

    • ... 412 material in the ex-British officers and opportunists of all kinds, who would then become the directing influence in an Irish army to which we would become mere spectators. Sean said: "I think that is the proper way to look at it; we'll stay in the army and do our best to exert our influence ...

  • WS Ref #: 1451 , Witness: Edmund Tobin, Officer IRA, Limerick, 1921

    • ... a dispatch to the Brigade 0/C., Sean Wall asking him for all the rifles and ammunition available to attack ... in Kilmallock, where he would be able to meet Sean Wall on a certain day in the week. Scanlon had told us that Sean would be in the garage and that he would be there also and would speak to Sean on the proposal ...

    • ... 29. for, unknown to both of us her brother Sean and John Joe O'Brien had us under observation ... evening during this time Sean Ford arrived in a motor car driven by Larry MacNamee. They were accompanied by Sean Finn, Brigade 0/C., West Limerick Brigade, Tom Wallace and Sean Ready. Ford said they wanted ...

    • ... 61. the car Sean Ford said that we would try and rescue them, so we proceeded to Limerick city ... had been stationed in Ballylanders some years before. He was sure to know the three of us, so Sean ... Scanlon). After about two hours wait at the lodge, Sean. Ford joined us. He had all the news ...

    • ... about it. At this point I will leave the story of the mobilisation to Sean Ford. (See W.S. 845. It took ... for the attack also. The Brigade 0/C., Sean Wall, and Sean Ford were in charge in Mrs. Carroll's shop. We had a big number of Volunteers in this post. remarked to Sean Ford that the dark hours were slipping ...

    • ... carried out. A little later Sean Lynch, O/C. of the 6th Battalion, with Danny Quish, Sean Walsh ... Company and, I would say all of the Bruree Company, were very good and active men. Sean Morrissey ... in company with Davy Clancy, Paddy O'Donnell and Sean Murray (Bruree Company). Father Humphry told ...

    • ... but that Sean O'Rourke would meet us at Kingsbridge station. Sean was a Dublin man who had spent a holiday ... for the night. When he told me he had sent a telegram to Sean and how the telegram was worded I ...

    • ... held. We thoroughly discussed every detail of the proposed attack. Sean T. O'Riordan, O/C ... of five positions selected for the attack, so Sean T. had to listen to himself being appointed ... grate at the time. Sean Ford (Thomas Malone) was coming and going and had some information for us ...

    • ... of Bruff, Bruree, Kilmallock, Kilfinane, Cush and Martinstown. I helped Sean Ford in selecting the men ... to keep feather pillows on the windows. Sean Lynch of Galbally was in charge at Mrs. Burke's and Jack ... story). Sean Forde and myself occupied a post at the dispensary which was the house next door ...

    • ... Sean Wall, who was Chairman of Limerick County Council, had Meade removed to the County Infirmary ... for the attack to be carried out on the 28th May. The arrest of Sean T. O'Riordan was a great loss to us due ... . Sean T., in the course of his duties, had often been in the barracks and knew it well. A few days ...

    • ... (known as Wild Mike), Sean Walsh and I think Mike Walsh were on duty. They saw a number of R.I.C. men ... Crowley and myself were sleeping in Crowley's house. Tom Crawford was in his sister's house. Sean ... collecting with Sean Stack the day before and it appears Stack had a good deal of money on him ...

    • ... . I suppose Sean Wall had stopped it. Tom Murphy and I went back to our own Column in Kilclooney ... and went to the Glenbrohane area. Here Sean Forde came to us in a motor car which had been the property of the R.I.C. District Inspector and had been seized in Pallasgreen some tine before 1920. Sean had ...

    • ... and attended to Meade until he was sent to hospital. Sean Ford and myself did guard every night and slept by day at Sheedy's. One day Sean Wall the Brigade 0/C. called and asked me to take over Quartermaster ... a small light it was a Sacred Heart lamp at Seen Lynch's house. We knew that Sean sisister ...

    • ... of the road which gave us the impression that the enemy knew we were there. Sean Stapleton ... where Sean Stapleton was posted. I spoke to each of our men as I passed. Some of them told me ... reached Sean we discussed the possibility of opening fire on the enemy. They were so near we could ...

    • ... large area. Sean T. O'Riordan became 0/C., and Jack McCarthy became Vice 0/C. I forget who the other ... how they had helped in the rescue of Sean Hogan. It was only when he had finished that he told me ...

    • ... 20. The Match over, we went to Moran's Hotel where we met Jack McCarthy and others from our own Battalion area. We also met Sean O'Murhlie of the I.R.B. who asked us to meet him at 13 Fleet Street ... R.I.C. barracks. I understand that this was a general order from the Brigade O/C., Sean Wall to all ...

    • ... 27. Sean, "We will take him away with us". I went to the village and got Jack Crowley, who had a new Ford car, to bring it to the First Aid post. There we placed a stretcher with Meade on it across ... returned accompanied by Sean T. O'Piordan, Battalion O/C. They had got a nice place for Meade, well ...

    • ... of that Company who led us by the old Abbey to the east of the town to O'Brien's cottage. Sean Ford was there and between us we spent the day looking after the bombs. and preparing them for use that night. Sean ...

    • ... the fight started. I met Sean Wall and Sean Ford coming down the stairs with the bags of bombs ...

    • ... , thinking the police were coming out gave his men an order to charge. Sean Finn, O/C., West Limerick ... . Sean Finn and Michael Brennan were the only ones, as well as I cam remember, who had bayonets. I went ...

    • ... . As the main body retreated, Davy and a few others covered the retreat. Sean O'Riordan one of those ... operations in their own areas. Liam Hayes or 'Yank' Carty could give the details. Sean O'Riordan ...

    • ... between ourselves, They included Davy Clancy, Sean Stapleton, Ned Ryan, Donnchad Hannigan and myself ... arose. Sean Stepleton who followed me expressed his opinion which was similar to mine. ...

    • ... of No. I. Column included Sean Noonan and Davy Quane of Ballyoogan Company. I forgot to mention them before ... , Sean Finn, Brigade O/C., West Limerick, ...

    • ... 91. Donnchad Hannigan, Jimmie Finn, Sean Noonan, Davy Quane and others engaged the enemy. It was then and there that Séan Finn fell dead as our men were retreating for cover. Jimmie Finn, a very ... , but it was at the loss of a very brave officer Sean Finn. It was now plain to all the old timers of the East ...

    • ... O/C., Sean Wall, while on his way to attend a Council meeting in the South Tipperary Brigade area ... he died in 1955. It seems that Sean Wall, Donnchad Hannigan John Joe O'Brien and Liam Hayes were ...

    • ... . The owner and his fatly were all crying and there appears to have been a great deal of confusion. Sean ... taking Sean Wall's body with them. I asked Davy whether his comrades in the other house had taken any ...

    • ... 102. While there, anrurgent. dispatch arrived for Sean Ford who had escaped from Spike Island a short time before and was back again with us in the Brigade area. Davy Clancy, Nick Shanahan, Phil Fogarty and others were with me on the occasion. As the dispatch was urgent and not knowing Sean Ford's ...

    • ... 104. advised n to be careful and not to lose arty more of our men in the next month or so. Archbishop Harty. It was the morning after the rescue of Sean Hogan at Knocklong in May, 1919 ... Company I.R.A. that day. With Paddy O'Donnell, Davy Clancy and Sean Murray I went to the Glenbrohane ...

    • ... 19. At Kingsbridge station things did not go too well. I took a quick look around at all the cabs but there was no sign of Sean O'Rourke. The message from Tadhg to Sean had not been understood. Coming back along the platform I met Jimmie Brislane, O/C. of a Cork Battalion. He read my thoughts ...

    • ... waiting for a Doctor to attend Tom Crawford before removing him. Crawford's two sisters had saved Sean ... word to all men of the Column to join us in Glanworth. On this particular day Sean Wall, the O/C ...

    • ... Howard. Having collected them we went to Brigade Headquarters to report to Sean Wall and get some ... coughed rather loud. Sean looked at me and said "What do you want?" I thought I had a good story so I ...

    • ... -owner in Rathkeale. With this car we proceeded to Athea where we met Sean Finn, the Brigade 0/C ... across some fields to a Creamery where it cost me 16/- to buy more petrol. I had no luck with Sean ...

    • ... engagement. I posted this young man in the old ruin. Sean Stapleton was posted away hack to protect my ... felt like a coward. Sean Stapleton from behind called to me what was wrong. Liam Hayes on my right ...

    • ... and that there was fierce fighting in the streets of Dublin. On Tuesday night Sean Tracey arrived from Tipperary ...

    • ... , some of them casting doubt on the news we had already heard. Sean Tracey had left. Thomas Murphy, our ...

    • ... was in charge of Brigadier Sean Finn. After an hour or so I got Jack's reply. He had sent a dispatch ...

    • ... for all Ireland. Ned and Jimmy Scanlon went on the run in County Cork. Ned's brother John Joe, Sean ...

    • ... Sean Stack to save the money collected for the flail Eireann Loan. It was daylight now and I had been ...

    • ... 48. and came to the same decision as we did. As well as I can remember Donnchad Hannigan was one of the other officers with Sean Wall on the occasion. When night came on we approached a Mr. Walsh an Undertaker and got one of his mourning carriages and placed the rifles and ammunition ...

    • ... 50. our own Brigade area through Glenenaar (of the well-kown book of that name by Canon Sheehan). We rested in Glenroe for a day or two. Ceorgie Lennon remained in the Cork area and Sean Stack left us to carry on the collections for the Dail Loan. After two days we moved to Martinstown area ...

    • ... any rest or sleep. Ernie O'Malley was now back. Both he and Sean Wall, Brigade O/C., reorganised ...

    • ... food and other essentials to keep a man in the field for at least two months Sean Stapleton from ...

    • ... to write a dispatch to Sean Wall, 0/C and ask him to intervene to have this proposed operation called off ...

    • ... . The next thing I remember, however, was an occasion when Sean Ford came to the Column one day ...

    • ... that they were waiting for orders. When we had gone two hundred yards from the sentries Man Hayes and Sean ...

    • ... and on to a railway line nearby. Sean Ford and Moloney remained inside and had the cheek to ask the driver ...

    • ... Sean Ford. From there we got in touch with our own Column. Grange Ambush 8th November, 1920. We moved ...

    • ... Hannigan and Sean Ford in charge of a number of the Column men. They all had rifles. Around the bend ...

    • ... 75. Jimmy was a good experienced fowler and a brother of Tom Howard of Glenbrohane. Sean Ford was in between the two of them giving orders. They were in a very good position and had the main road from Mitchelstown to Tipperary covered for at least 100 yards. All was ready when two lorry loads ...

    • ... at Knockadea, Sean Ford, Donnchad Hannigan, Jack McCarthy and others remained and checked the captured stuff ...

    • ... headquarters at Elton from where he helped the Brigade O/C, Sean Wall, to run the Brigade. With him ...

    • ... to him, he came to us and told us the R.I.C. were approaching the village along the Knocklong, Kilfinane and Galbally roads. They were sweeping the street with bullets now, but after a while there was a lull. Just then we saw Sean Stack at Connery's door. He made a dash across the street ...

    • ... Limerick. We had a strong force of R.I.C. and Black and Tans. Sean Wail, our Brigade 0/C., had his ...

    • ... 78. On the nit of New Year's Eve Donnchad Hannigan arrived at Father Humphry's from Cork City. I was still there. He told Father Humphry and I that Sean Ford had been arrested in Cork City. After talking the matter over we decided to go to Kilclooney and from there to call all of the Column men ...

    • ... who continued whole time. Sean Murray from Bruree and Dick Mortell of Kilmallock were old timers ...

  • WS Ref #: 610 , Witness: Una Daly, Secretary to Liam Mellows, executed 1922

    • ... and Sean Russell. When Liam was arrested I got a message to go out to work for Harry Boland. I think I ... he was shot in Skerries. Then Sean Russell or Seamus Donovan was appointed to carry on Liam's work and I worked with Sean Russell in Convent House, Clontarf, which was Maurice Fenlon's private house ...

    • ... 6. Sean was a very good-living fellow, a non-smoker and non-drinker. He used to have his hair, which was very remarkable, dyed by Mr. Williams. Sean carried a pipe to help his diaguise and he always went on top of the tram and occasionally knocked out his pipe. Sean sent me on several messages ...

    • ... Fenlon 4 10. Buildings occupied by I.R.A. 4 11. I work for Seamus Donovan and Sean Russell.. 5 12. Liam ...

    • ... . throughout Ireland and England. There was a good deal of correspondence with Sean MacMahon who was, I ... were among them. Liam made a joke about them and either Sean or Liam wrote to the other: "Oh ...

    • ... by Sean Lemass. I did not sleep in the building and, therefore, I was not there for the bombing. I ...

  • WS Ref #: 1047 , Witness: Sean McNamara, Member IRB, Clare, 1910; OC Mid Clare Brigade IRA, 1921

    • ... - was available to these I.R.A. men until the truce came. Signed: Sean Mac ConMara (Sean Mac ConMara ...

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21 STATEMENT BY WITNESS. DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 1,047 Witness Sean McNamara (MacConmara), Parkgorm, Crusheen, Co. Clare. Identity. Member of I.R.B. Crusheen, Co. Clare, 1910- ; Captain and later 0/C. Co Mid-Clare Batt'n. Subject. (a) National organisations ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY SEAN McNAMARA (McCONMARA), Parkgorm, Crusheen, Co. Glare, formerly 0/C. Mid Glare Battalion. I was 80 years of age on 23rd June last, being born in Crusheen, Co. Glare. My father was the owner of a fair sized farm, and both himself and my mother were native Irish speakers. I am ...

  • WS Ref #: 1236 , Witness: Sean Brouder, Officer IRA, Limerick, 1921

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS. DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 1,236 Witness Sean 0 Bruadair (Sean Brouder), Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick. Identity. Brigade I.O. West Limerick Brigade. Subject. National activities, West Limerick, 1913-1921. Conditions, if any, Stipulated ...

    • ... 5. I made my way to the hills and shortly afterwards joined Sean Finn, the Brigade Commandant, Garrett McAuliffe, Vice Commandant, and some other Rathkeale boys who were "on the run". In Sept. 1920 ... to "Limerick's Fighting Story". Signed: Sean O Bruadair (Sean 0 Bruadair) Date: 3rd 9- '55. 3rd 9. '55 ...

    • ... Volunteers Company decided with the assistance of the Brigade Commandant, Sean Finn, to attack ...

    • ... from the Brigade Commandant, Sean Finn, that an attack on Kilmallock Barracks was to take place ...

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