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  • WS Ref #: 335 , Witness: Joseph Furlong, Member IRB, Wexford, 1908; IV London, 1913; GHQ Staff IRA, 1920 -1921

  • WS Ref #: 353 , Witness: James McGuill, Commandant IV, Dundalk, 1916; Centre IRB, Louth, 1919 - 1920

    • ... Sally, Denis Leahy, Frank Martin, John Quinn. At their courtmartial all those were sentenced to death ...

  • WS Ref #: 355 , Witness: Kitty O'Doherty, Widow of Seumas O'Doherty; Courier Easter 1916, Kilkenny; Quartermaster, Cumann na mBan, Dublin, 1916

    • ... not delivered it but had eaten. it. Mrs. Martin Conlon and two of the Foleys called and discussed the release ...

    • ... , and it was they who consulted Martin Conboy and got his opinion as to its legality. A date in August 1919 ...

  • WS Ref #: 368 , Witness: Sean McGarry, Member Supreme Council IRB

    • ... Only Mamonn Martin and the three Fitsgeralde (Jimmy Theo and Leo). These boys ferned the nucleus ...

  • WS Ref #: 374 , Witness: Michael O'Droighneain, Captain IV, Galway, 1916; OC Connemara Brigade, IRA, 1920 - 1921

    • ... me the letter was Mrs. martin Conlon. She bad come by train from Dublin and had cycled from Galway ...

  • WS Ref #: 384 , Witness: J.J. (Sceilg) O'Kelly, Editor 'Catholic Bulletin', 1916; Speaker of Dail Eireann, 1919

    • ... -19- After some years, he got Edward Martin and John Sweetman to identify themselves with him, and he flirted for a while with William O'Brien, sir Thomas Esmonde, even Willie Redmond, so there was little if any progress. If we except its 1917 Convention, the first time Sinn Féin. sought to become ...

    • ... -20- opportunity to bring the Renunciation Act under discussion. As we left the meeting, William O'Brien said to me: "Here is Arthur again back to the King, Lords and Commons". I think it was very easy for any man of substance to get Griffith's ear. By people of substance, I mean men like Martin ...

  • WS Ref #: 388 , Witness: Joseph Good, Member IV, London, 1914 -1916

    • ... . There were eight in all, at that meeting in Regent's Park - Matt Furlong, Martin Gleeson, Sam Reilly ...

  • WS Ref #: 394 , Witness: James A.H. Irwin, Presbyterian Minister; Associated with campaign for Irish Independence, USA and Canada, 1920

    • ... . No brother Minister1 with one exception (Rev. Wm. Martin of 2nd. Randslstown) ever called on me or asked me ...

  • WS Ref #: 399 , Witness: Mary Josephine Mulcahy, Wife of General Richard Mulcahy; Secretary Cumann na mBan, 1915 - 1916; Courier to Wexford, 1916

    • ... STATEMENT OF MRS. RICHARD MULOAHY, Lissenfield House, Rathminee, Dublin. My family wee first attracted to the national movement through my oldest brother - later Father Martin Ryan - who was then in Maynooth College as a student. At that time (1902-1906) Maynooth was leader of young opinion ...

  • WS Ref #: 405 , Witness: Patrick Callanan, Brigade Officer IRA, Galway, 1921

    • ... and remained about an hour. Martin Rooney, Burke and I left and went cross country to my aunt's ...

    • ... 2. and got there about 3.30 a.m. I remained there about two weeks. As there was great police activity in the district I slept out in the fields at night and stayed in the house by day. Burke went to a cousin of his in Go. Galway. After about two weeks I went to Martin Roche's, Boston, Derreen ...

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