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  • WS Ref #: 1120 , Witness: Patrick Brennan, Officer IRA, Wexford, 1921

    • ... Brigade, 1918-. Subject. Carnew Company 4th Battalion, North Wexford Brigade, 1914-1923. Conditions ...

    • ... Wexford were organised into a battalion. This later became known as the 4th Battalion, North Wexford ... James Kavanagh Ballynamanoge, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow. Q.M. John McGrath Askamore, Co. Wexford. Adjt ...

  • WS Ref #: 1292 , Witness: Bryan Doherty, Member IRA, Longford, 1921

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS. DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 1,292 Witness Sergeant Bryan Doherty, Garda Siochana, Fethard-onSea, Co. Wexford. Home Address: Rhyne, Killoe, Co. Longford. Identity. Sergeant Garda Siochana. Subject. Killoe Company Irish Volunteers, Co ...

    • ... STATEMENTBY BRIAN DOHERTY,SERGEANT, GARDA SIOCHANA, FETHARD_ON_SEA, COUNTY WEXFORD. HOMEADDRESS:- RHYNE, KILLOE, COUNTY LONGFORD. During the years 1913, 1914 and part of 1915 I attended school at Esker, Killoe, County Longford, and among my classmates were Francis and Michael Gormley, Michael ...

  • WS Ref #: 1496 , Witness: John Hynes, Commandant IRA, Carlow, 1921

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21 STATEMENT BY WITNESS. DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 1496. Witness John Hynes, Ballinagrane, Borris, Co. Carlow. Identity Vice 0/C, 4th Battalion, Carlow Brigade. Subiect Activities of B. Company (Clashganny), 4th Battalion, South Wexford Brigade, 1917-Truce ...

    • ... . A few days later P. J. Byrne, a Wexford man who was "on the run" in our area, and I went to Enniscorthy ...

  • WS Ref #: 159 , Witness: Alexander Nowlan, Officer IV, Wexford, 1913 - 1916

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S 159 Witness Mr. Alexander Nowlan, Charleston Hill, New Ross, Co. Wexford. Identity Founder Member New Ross Company Irish Volunteers 1913-1916. Subject New Ross Company Irish Volunteers 1913-1916. Conditions ...

    • ... Enniscorthy Whit Sunday 1915 with all the other Irish Volunteers in County Wexford P.H Pearse and other ... in the county Wexford. During the summer we carried out drill & rifle pratice. We carried out ...

    • ... WS. 159 Charleton Hill New Ross Nov 11/48 Dear Sis Haring sewn in the Irish Press that your are collecting information about the Irish Volunteers I am sending ton my bit of information of how they were started in new Ross Co Wexford in Oct 1913 A Friend of mine Dan Murphy of Cross Lane New Ross ...

  • WS Ref #: 170 , Witness: Peter Paul Galligan, Officer IV, Wexford, 1916; Member 1st and 2nd Dail

    • ... . (c) I.V. Wexford - 1915 to Easter 1916. Conditions, if any, stipulated by Witness Nil File No. S.568 ...

    • ... in Wexford, which resulted in Whitmore resigning from the command of the Battalion. The Enniscorthy Bn. was considered to be the finest unit in Co. Wexford and in addition it was located in a very ... in the unit. There was a battalion in Enniscorthy and units in Ferns, Wexford and New Ross. The latter ...

    • ... 9. made this our headquarters. Bob Brennan had come over from Wexford and he stayed with us ... below Wexford with explosives. This was a failure, the party being surprised by the R.I.C. and two ... train with steam up at Wexford awaiting the arrival of a troop ship in the harbour ...

    • ... for me to join my unit in Wexford. After a talk with Plunkett and Pears in which I could hear the word mountains being used Connolly instructed me to go back to Wexford as quickly as I could ... Wexford as ho expected that they would be landed there. He said to reserve our ammunition and not to waste ...

    • ... . Wexford. also sent in some men. We took over a number of cars which were returned to the owners ... and we searched all stations between Wexford and Arklow but failed to find it. We took control ... as far as Ferns and down as far as Wexford. Some by-roads were left open for communication purposes ...

    • ... 8. Wexford. In the canteen I was supplied with two buns and tea by Desmond Fitzgerald who was in charge there. Joe Duffy and another volunteer were either coming off or going on duty and we had our ... - I proceeded to Wexford and late that evening when nearing Enniscorthy I contacted a Volunteer from ...

    • ... of Wicklow, Wexford, Carlow and Kilkenny areas, but that he refused to take over the command ...

    • ... ) with Capt. Etchingham were escorted to Wexford Military Barracks where they were given a pass to see ...

    • ... gave evidence against me. He stated he found me at Ferns in the Co. Wexford in uniform and armed ...

  • WS Ref #: 174 , Witness: James Kenny, Lieutenant IV and IRA, Dublin, 1916

    • ... Etchingham's Battalion in Wexford were there before us. With them were two R.I.C. men whom they had arrested ... was told by C. Brugha to cut open the bundles and give a rifle to every Wexford Volunteer present, which I did. The Wexford men were mostly on bicycles, but I was again detailed with Dan McCarthy to continue ...

  • WS Ref #: 319 , Witness: Michael de Lacey, Member IV and IRB, Wexford, 1916; Official Dail Eireann, 1920 -1921

    • ... , Ferns, Co. Wexford - W.S. 315. Conditions, if any, stipulated by Witness Nil File No. S.242 Form ...

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

    • ... head was in his hands and ha was utterly confused. I suggested I should go to Wexford to sea Johnny ... to Wexford. We saw Johnny Sinnott who was in charge of the Wexford Volunteers. He s a toe quiet sort ... wouldn't like to accuse hem of it - that when the taximan went back to Wexford he gave information about ...

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 399 Witness Mrs. Richard Mulcahy, Lissonfie1d House, Rathmines, Dublin. Identity Secretary Cumann na mBan, 1915-1916; Courier to (i) Wexford and (ii) Enniscorthy (i) Holy Thursday and (ii) Easter Sun. 1916 ...

    • ... seer, during Easter Week, we always went home to Wexford. My sister later hire. Sean T. O'Kelly - was in the on Holy Thursday morning. University at that time. She went down to Wexford Phyllis and Agnes ... . for Wexford). I said: "All right. I will announce my intention to sisters that I will stay here". Although ...

    • ... 7. MacDeznott on Holy Thursday morning to Sean Sinnott, who was in charge of the Volunteers in Wexford. He must have banded it to me on Wednesday night at our house. He did not toll me what wee in it. When I haz1ed it over to Bean Sinnott in Wexford town his only remark: was That will be all right ...

    • ... with MacNell's own name. I was asked would I go to Wexford with this message. I said: "All right." Jim ... to Wexford on 3ae tar Sunday morning. I remember I had en awful feeling that the Rising would take ...

    • ... it. On Easter 5mday morning X got off the train at Enniscorthy. I went to Wexford town afterwards. I knew Ginger O'Connell was in Knniscorthy end was in charge of that part of the country - Wexford, Carlow ...

    • ... down to Wexford. During 1915, as far e I can remember, it was all general sort of work. We helped ...

  • WS Ref #: 415 , Witness: Eily O'Hanrahan O'Reilly, Member Cumann na mBan, 1914 - 1921; Sister of Michael O'Hanrahan, executed, 1916

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 415 Witness Mrs. Eily O'Hanrahan O'Reilly, 12 Northumberland Ave., Dun Laoghaire. Identity Member of Cumann na mBan 1914-. Courier Dublin-Wexford 1916. Subject Fuller account of raids referred to in her ...

  • WS Ref #: 513 , Witness: Thomas Furlong, Member IV and IRB, Kilkenny, 1916

    • ... ROINN COSANTA BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21 STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 513 Witness Thomas Furlong John Street, Kilkenny. Identity,. Member of I.R.B. Wexford, 1908 do. Kilkenny, 1909 Member of 'B' Company Irish Volunteers, Kilkenny, 1915 Subject. (a) His national associations 1909 ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY THOMAS FURLONG, John Street, Kilkenny. About 1908 I joined the I.R.B. in Wexford. I was sworn in by Se├ín T. O'Kelly. Amongst those present were Ned Foley, Watt Foley, Bob Brennan, John ... to me with a letter of introduction from Ned Foley, I.R.B. Centre in Wexford. McDermott discussed ...

    • ... went to Wexford with Peter de Loughrey, Jimmie Lalor and Pat Corcoran and brought back a quantity ... , were that the Kilkenny Volunteers were to go via the Scollop Gap and link up with the Wexford ...

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