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  • WS Ref #: 590 , Witness: Thomas Treacy, Captain IV Kilkenny, 1913-16; Commandant IRA Kilkenny, 1917-21

    • ... . Carlow) to the Scallop Gap on the Wexford border, Where we would link up with Wexford. (c) NO operations were to be commenced until we linked up with Wexford. (d) Captain J.J. O'Connell (Ginger) from ... of operations and tasks were to be taken from him, and this would hold when we linked up with Wexford ...

    • ... Lalor and Tan Furlong went to county Wexford in Peter DE Loughry's motor car and collected ...

  • WS Ref #: 1207 , Witness: Alfred White, QMG, Fianna Eireann, 1921

    • ... labour. He covered on an average 60 to 70 miles a day on his bicycle, starting in Wexford ... and promised to help. I promised to return there on Tuesday. Left Borris at 8.30 to ride to Wexford (38 miles ... It was "black" and no mistake. Rode through the night, arriving in Wexford at 12.10. Mileage covered during ...

    • ... the offer just as firmly. From his mother, born Sarah Jordan, of Castletown, Co. Wexford, Liam inherited ... native Wexford is forever linked. The five years of his childhood which he spent there made him a son ...

    • ... , Co. Wexford, as he wished. Pious, a true Christian, a soldier, with all a soldier's direct approach ...

  • WS Ref #: 865 , Witness: John (Jack) Plunkett, Brother of Joseph Plunkett, executed 1916; Lieutenant IV, Dublin, 1916; Member GHQ Engineering Staff, IV and IRA

    • ... explosion had occurred in the south of Wexford, and everyone from the ambulance drivers to the casual inquirer was given the impression. that, Mattie had bean in the Wexford explosion. The public were ...

    • ... on a promontory on the. south coast of Wexford. It was used by our men as a workshop for completing the assembly ...

    • ... , Vincent pole, Dick King of Wexford, young Walsh of Oranmore, imprisoned in Portland where we were kept ...

  • WS Ref #: 889 , Witness: James Kavanagh, Official Department of Local Government, Dail Eireann, 1921; Accountant Sinn Fein Executive, 1918 - 1919

    • ... 114. Con Collins - Limerick W. J.J. O'Kelly - Co. Louth. Dr. Crowley - Mayo N. E.J. Duggan - Meath S. K. Higgins - Laoighis Count Plunkett - Roscommon N. J.A. Burke - Tipperary Mid. P. Maloney - Tipperary S. Cathal Brugha - Waterford Co. Dr. Ryan - Wexford S. R. Sweetman - Wexford N. R.C. Barton ...

    • ... in to see me. They told me an organisation of women in County Wexford had arranged to give a holiday ... but they invited me to spend a holiday in Wexford under their auspices. Miss Kathleen Browne of Bridgetown, Co. Wexford, was one of them, I forget the other. I thanked them very much and said Pd be delighted ...

    • ... most of the Wexford men we had known in Stafford and Frongoch. After about a fortnight or three ...

    • ... with Miss Browne but I did so, and she brought me to the station in Wexford and put me on the train ...

    • ... in Wexford at the time of the Easter Rising. He was, I believe, sentenced to death, which ...

  • WS Ref #: 488 , Witness: John (Jack) Plunkett, Brother of Joseph Plunkett, executed 1916; Lieutenant IV, Dublin, 1916; Member GHQ Engineering Staff, IV and IRA

    • ... to some place in Wexford. I was to travel I think on the Monday of Holy Week. I immediately thought ... down to Wexford all the same probably by a returning empty lorry. I believe I saw O'Rahilly again ...

  • WS Ref #: 687 , Witness: M.J. Curran, Rector, Irish College, Rome, 1921

    • ... funeral in Wexford it dared not take place in Dublin was a sorry sight for Nationalists. The funeral, on arriving at DĂșn Laoghaire, was immediately diverted to Wexford. It was deemed advisable not to ...

    • ... a proposed settlement scheme propounded by M.J. O'Connor, solicitor, Wexford. In it the Archbishop ...

  • WS Ref #: 1752 , Witness: Eileen MacCarvill, Captain University Branch, Cumann na mBan, Dublin

    • ... . Corbett. Dr. Annie Stafford, Wexford. Dr. Molly Finnegan (Mrs. McMahon) T.C.D. Dr. Jane Carragher, - Section Leader Dr. Honor Aughney, M.O.H. Wexford. Eilis Aughney Dr. Mary Donaghy Mrs. Kelly). Cis Nolan ...

    • ... the Treasurers. Some of the country members of the Executive were Miss Bloxham of Wexford - she resigned ...

  • WS Ref #: 907 , Witness: Laurence Nugent, Officer IV and IRA, Dublin, 1913 - 1921

    • ... 151. "If Czecho-Slovakia can have an Irish Republic, why can't we have one?". At a meeting in Co. Wexford the chairman, in announcing the next speaker, said, "Now, my friends, I want to introduce a man who fought and died for Ireland - Shaun Etchingham!". Shaun Etchingham often told me this story ...

    • ... 288. Eastern Div. which covered Wicklow, Wexford, Waterford and Kilkenny. He held command ... to Dublin on one occasion during hostilities in a car lent to him by the O'Connor family of Wexford ... was allowed to depart and returned safely to Wexford and his command areas. He carried on the fight ...

    • ... to England early in April. The police searched a motor car from Co. Wexford in College Green - the car ...

    • ... Jameson Davis of Wexford, who was well known in the early Volunteer days, with the connivance ...

    • ... no difficulty in landing arms on the Wexford coast while he was in command there at that time. Shortly after ...

    • ... , and delivered them next day to Miss Phelan in Wexford St. The guns were collected in view ...

  • WS Ref #: 1053 , Witness: Seamus Kavanagh, Member IV, Dublin, 1916

    • ... (killed in action), Wexford Street. Roe, Patrick Ronan, Willie Wenebles, Thomas Rutherford, Alf ...

  • WS Ref #: 1277 , Witness: Michael Murphy, Friend of National Leaders, Wexford

    • ... activities, New Ross, Co. Wexford, 1904-1921. Conditions, if any. Stipulated by Witness. Nil File No S.2581 ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY VERY REV. MICHAEL CANON MURPHY, P.P., Cloughbawn, Clonroche, Co. Wexford. I have been asked by a number of people to write what I know about the Rising in Easter Week, l916, and the part ... College, and from there to St. Peter's College, Wexford, in 1895. In 1898 (September) I was sent ...

    • ... -8- shotguns and started for home - and that it was by the merest accident that, when passing through College Green on the way home. a detective saw the Wexford letters and number on it, stopped ... in Wexford, we saw Michael O'Connor, solicitor, who gave us a letter to his brother - James - who ...

    • ... was afraid Fr. Pat Walsh would arrive in Wexford at the head of five hundred Cleriestown men, fully armed and there would be bloodshed. When I was a student in St. Peter's College in Wexford from 1895 ...

    • ... would close the bank. At the time, the National Bank was the bank in Co. wexford and doing nearly all ...

    • ... owes its existence and success in County Wexford to that action of us Gaelic Leaguers. Our next ...

    • ... (Torney) motor biked to Wexford or Enniscorthy and phoned up to Dublin that it was gone, and gave ...

    • ... into prison. All this time, Colonel French, who was in charge of the English soldiers in Wexford ...

    • ... -13- priests in this diocese, I could state there were at least twelve. Fr. Gaul never left Wexford College. I was sent to Maynooth. The priests of the diocese will understand the reference and the comparison drawn between the Good Seminary (St. Peter's) and Rebel Maynooth. In 1918 the general ...

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