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  • WS Ref #: 1413 , Witness: Tadhg Kennedy, Officer IV and IRA, Kerry, 1916 - 1921

    • ... UNION Inmates and Patients patients in Hospital Tuberculosis cases. Aged & Infirm (Not in Hospital). Workhouse, and Hospital both abolished. Inmates and Patients sent to Kells. Oldcastle Trim Abbeyleix Mountmellick Athlone Delvin Mullingar Enniscorthy Gorey New Ross Wexford. Baltinglass Inmates ...

    • ... Union Children under 15 years (Not in Hospital). Lunatics, Idiots, Epileptics Mothers with Infant children Expectant Mothers. Delvin Mullin1gar Enniscorthy Gorey New Ross Wexford Baltinglass Inmates transferred. to Shillelagh. Rathdown Shillelagh Ballyvaughan Corafin Ennis Ennistymon Kildysert ...

    • ... APPENDIX RESULTS OF 1916 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION. COUNTY Donegal Cavan Monaghan Yermanagh Tyrone Antrim Armagh Lerry County Lown Belfast Derry City Louth Dublin Wexford North Waxford South Wicklow West Wicklow East Zildare Longford Meath King's Co. Queen's Co. Westmeath Sinn Fein 12,5O2 Mo Contest ...

    • ... UNION Number of "Deputies" All Other classes of Inmates. Officials Outdoor Indoor Qualified Trained Nurses in General Hospital Athlone Delvin Mullingar Enniscorthy Gorey New Rose Wexford. Baltinglass Inmates transferred to Shillelagh Rathdrum Shillelagh Delvin Excludes Nurses. Enniscorthy Includes ...

    • ... UNION Drogheds Duntalk Dunshauglin Kells Havan Oldcastle Trim Abbeyleix Mt. Mellick Athlone Delving Mullingar Enniscorthy Gorey New Ross Wexford Baltinglass Rathdrum Shillelagh Ballyvaughan Corefin Ennis Ennistymon Kildysart Kilrugh Scariff Bandon Castletown Clonakilty Cork Dunmanway Fermoy Kanturk ...

    • ... UNION Dundalk Dunshaughlin Kells Navan Oldoastls Trim Abbeyleix Mt. Mellick Athlone Delvin Mullingar Enniscorthy Gorsy New Ross Wexford Baltinglass Rathdrum Shillelagh Ballyvaughan Corafin Ennis Ennistymon Kiladysar Kiladysart Kilrush Scariff Bandon Bantry Castletown Clonakilty Cork Dunmanway ...

    • ... UNION Kells Navan Oldcastle Trim Abbeyleix Mt. Mellick Athlone Delvin Mullingar Enniscorthy Gorey New Ross Wexford Baltinglass Rathdrum Shillelagh Oldcastle Including 9 boarded-out children Trim Estab. charges included. Delvin Including 9 boarded-out children Ballyvaughan Ocrafin Ennis Ennistymon ...

    • ... to Dublin and spent a good part of my time on the bridge with Captain Boggan of Wexford who was Captain ...

  • WS Ref #: 270 , Witness: Eily O'Hanrahan O'Reilly, Member Cumann na mBan, 1914 - 1921; Sister of Michael O'Hanrahan, executed, 1916

    • ... dispatches from McDermott and MacDonaeh to Wexford, Holy Week and Easter Week 1916. 2. On duty in Jacob's ...

    • ... there. - Seamus Rafter said to me, "What about Wexford? To whom are you going there?". "I don't know ... a nice lunch. I took the train to Wexford, went up and down the town looking for Sinnott, whose name ... in Wexford, so I did not know what to do. I went to White's Hotel and had tea and rushed to the station ...

    • ... took both my hands. I then told him about the non-delivery of the dispatch in Wexford, but that Seamus Rafter said he would get in touch with the Wexford Volunteers. I asked him whether I should go back to Wexford. He said that was not necessary. Me looked very placid. I said I would remain ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY MRS. EILY O'HANRAHAN O'REILLY. 12 Northumberland Avenue, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin. My brother, Micheál, was not born in Dublin but in New Ross, to which my father moved his family from Wexford town. The family afterwards moved to Carlow. I do not know where my father's people originally ...

    • ... -7- with blood", Between Rathdrun and the next station, as I had' not delivered the dispatch in Wexford. - in any case Seamus Rafter had said he would get in touch with the Volunteers there- I' went into the lavatory of the train, took the dispatch from my fur and tore it in small pieces. I threw ...

    • ... Wexford, Wattie Hanrahan, called to us at Connaught Street, to which we had gone back, not having yet ...

  • WS Ref #: 1006 , Witness: Martin Kealy, Commandant IRA, Kilkenny, 1921

    • ... City Company to march via Clara and Borris (Co. Carlow) to the Scallop Gap on the Wexford border to link up there with a party of County Wexford Volunteers. (2) My Company to join the Kilkenny City Company at Clara on the march to the Wexford border. (3) Additional anus to be picked up on arrival ...

    • ... of whom, whose name I cannot now recall but who I believed was from the Counts Wexford, remarked ...

  • WS Ref #: 1032 , Witness: James Lalor, Member IRB, 1905; Commandant IRA, Kilkenny, 1918 - 1921

    • ... in the Wexford Co. Council. We conveyed the gelignite etc., which was packed in butter boxes ... Gap on the Wexford border, where we were to link up with a party of Wexford Volunteers, without ...

    • ... to Skeeter Park. Cleanys town Co. Wexford, ...

  • WS Ref #: 393 , Witness: Seumas S O'Sullivan, Lieutenant IV, Dublin, 1916

    • ... in Wexford, that, while Wexford was good, it wanted brushing up in training, and that, as I should know how critical things were and if anything should happen, I was to take command of Wexford ...

    • ... . Enda's any time you come to town". When sending me to Wexford, Pearse told me to look up Ginger ... was a medical student, had been sent to Wexford to organise the Volunteers, but had forwarded no reports ... Bob Brennan in Wexford town. From there, I visited Enniscorthy, New Ross, Gorey, Rathnew and a lot ...

    • ... of St. Enda's. I stopped to talk to him. He said he had heard that I had been looking for him in Wexford ... me the impression that he understood that he was to be appointed in charge of Wexford. ...

  • WS Ref #: 416 , Witness: Mairin Ryan, nee Cregan; Wife of Dr. James Ryan, Minister for Agriculture, 1932 -1948; Member Cumann na mBan, 1913 - 1921; Courier to Kerry, 1916

    • ... on to the G.O.C. troops in Wexford. I got no reply. Then I intended, asking for him at my ... to prison, however, for a few things I had left behind; then I returned to Wexford. On consultation ... furniture. I went "on the run". Soldiers, including Black and Tans, called to Tomcoole, Co. Wexford ...

    • ... (Dr. Jim Ryan, now T.D. for South Wexford) to live in Wexford town, where he was practising ...

    • ... ", then in I.R.A., Wexford., might still have these letters. The day following this raid my husband was arrested and brought to Wexford Military Barracks where there were other prisoners, I think. I was allowed ...

    • ... 12. until Some time in January when he was transferred to Waterford Gaol with Jim McCormack, a chemist in Wexford town, and Tom Trainor, assistant County Surveyor. They departed in style ... , 1921, there was an ambush on military lorries outside Wexford town and the following morning ...

    • ... for - documents, I daresay. I remained a few hours in Wexford Military Barracks and was then taken in a prison ... -byes. shortly after leaving Wexford I dared to raise the blind at my corner. The day was dying, and we ...

  • WS Ref #: 1698 , Witness: Liam Roche (de Roiste), Member Sinn Fein, 1913 - 1921; Member Dail Eireann, 1918

    • ... 302. l916 Joseph Doyle and Patrick Kenny of Ferns, Co. Wexford. The car was searched ... is owned by a Father Murphy, C.C., Wexford, but "he did not know the purpose for which it was being used". The young men were taking the guns, etc. from Dublin to Wexford. From statements made in Court ...

    • ... that spirit. April 14th. The Wexford men arrested in the motor car in Dublin last Sunday got three months ...

    • ... have given them. He remarked: will be as in '98 when Wexford fought and got no help". "The weather ...

    • ... John Maxwell". Very much to be queried. The end Is not yet. In Wexford, pikes that had been used ...

  • WS Ref #: 26 , Witness: Patrick S O'Hegarty, Member Supreme Council IRB, London and Dublin, 1902 - 1916

  • WS Ref #: 632 , Witness: Elizabeth Bloxam, Member Executive Cumann na mBan

    • ... a job in County Meath 28 12. I take up work in County Wexford. The British raid my Branch of Cumann na ...

    • ... Unionism. I take up work in County Wexford: The British raid my branch of Cumann us mBan. I left the pleasant pastures of County Meath to take up work in County Wexford. I still continued to organise ...

    • ... coatained in it an appointment for holding a meeting of Cumann na mBan in Wexford town, but I got ...

  • WS Ref #: 804 , Witness: Mortimer O'Connell, Member IV, 1913 - 1916; Clerk, Dail Eireann, 1919

    • ... to Cork Limerick and Tralee but not to Wexford because the Wexford men had come to Dublin for instructions ...

    • ... played in Croke Park between Kerry and Wexford, and on the Monday an order was made by Dublin ...

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