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  • WS Ref #: 908 , Witness: Michael O'Flanagan, Member IV, Dublin, 1916; IRA, 1921

    • ... who, having heard my circumstances, made me a grant of £20. As there was a shop in Wexford Street ... . About the third week in November, 1916, Paddy McGrath and Joe Larkin (the latter had a shop in Wexford ...

    • ... premises and units of the 3rd Battalion. Wexford Street and Camden Street were at that time known ... Forces and Black & Tans, my premises in Wexford Street was under constant observation by Secret ...

    • ... on one of his cars to my home in Wexford Street. I took things easy for a while as return from prison ... credit, managed to carry on our fish and poultry business in Wexford Street, so after resting ...

    • ... membership of the I.R.B. and the fact that I had a business premises in Wexford Street, General ...

    • ... that my premises in Wexford Street had been under observation for some considerable time ...

    • ... of the city. At this time I had a dump of arms and explosives stored in my premises in Wexford Street ...

    • ... and that my business premises in Wexford Street had been one of those selected. He. informed me ...

    • ... . This I did. About four doors down (No. 10 Wexford Street) was occupied by a publican named Cole who ...

    • ... 32. I then realised, of course, that the Four Courts had been attacked. At about 6.30 that morning George Donnelly, a brother of Simon Donnelly previously referred to who lived opposite me in Wexford Street, came to my house and told me that Simon had reported for duty to the Four Courts ...

  • WS Ref #: 909 , Witness: Sidney Czira, 'John Brennan'; authoress; Sister of Grace Gifford, widow of Joseph M. Plunkett executed, 1916; Officer, Cumann na mBan, Dublin

    • ... Elizath Whelan Miss Tomers Miss Duran Varein. Wexford Mary Prensint Furlong (sister of Matt Furlong and Joe Furlong, Killed while testing bombs in Wexford before R. ...

  • WS Ref #: 939 , Witness: Ernest Blythe, Minister Dail Eireann, 1921

    • ... dressed meat factory which he was running in Wexford town. I stayed the couple of nights I was in Wexford ...

    • ... was blown up later while making bombs in County Wexford, Fionan Lynch, Tadhg Brosnan from Castlegregory ...

    • ... . A man called O'Leary from Wexford came to see me and said the Dail should take steps to promote ...

    • ... 112. dressed meat factory at Wexford. But before I could do more than summon, in conjunction with Robert Barton, a meeting of farmers in Waterford, the British soldiers raided No. 6 Harcourt Street. Collins escaped to the room, but I was arrested along with Paddy O'Keeffe, the Secretary of Sinn ...

    • ... 137. little or nothing from us for the time being. During the whole of the Dail Debate there was a great uncertainty as to how certain individuals would vote, and some of those who wanted the Treaty accepted were almost anxious to vote against it. For example, William Sears of Wexford, who ...

  • WS Ref #: 993 , Witness: Cahir Davitt, Judge, Dail Courts, 1921

    • ... Eastern Circuit. Leinster. Longford N. Meath N. Meath S. Wicklow E. Wicklow W. Wexford N. Wexford S ...

  • WS Ref #: 1022 , Witness: Sean Matthews, Member IRB, Waterford, 1910; Commandant IRA, Waterford, 1921

    • ... the telegraph and telephone installations, and then go into Wexford and join up with the Wexford ...

    • ... counties - Clare, Cork, Wexford, Tipperary, Kilkenny and Limerick - to help to keep some sort of order ...

  • WS Ref #: 1096 , Witness: J.J. Murray, Captain IRA, Armagh, 1921

    • ... of Wexford, came to work in Grew's of Portadown about 1917 and remained in Portadown up to about 1920 or 1921. This man had been out and took part in the 1916 Rising in Co. Wexford. Mr. Garrett in 1917 ...

  • WS Ref #: 1210 , Witness: Michael Carroll, Member IRA, Dublin, 1921

    • ... 7. Section Leader Keys had a flair for doing things in a big way. His chance came when a large convoy of Tans crawled up Wexford St. (I think it was late June, 1921). At the time. a funeral ... Mercers St. We waited, and soon they retired towards Wexford St. As they did so, we made a run ...

    • ... to A. Company was as follows: starting at Kelly's Corner, S.C.Rd., Camden St., Wexford St., Redmond's Hill ...

    • ... in the Dardanelles. One was in Wexford St.: an armoured turret car was passing along at a medium ...

    • ... exploded inside, shaking the lorry from side to side as it sped down Wexford St. Jim and I hurried ...

  • WS Ref #: 1348 , Witness: Michael Davern, Commandant IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... 32. Tom Donovan, Tipperary; Charlie Daly, Cork; Eugene Cohalane, Cork; Owen Jackson, Cork; Ned O'Dwyer, Limerick (East) (afterwards killed in the civil war near Newcastle- west, Co. Limerick); Leo McKenna, Meath; Paddy Burns, Wexford; Paddy Whelan, Wexford; M.J. Davern, Cashel, Co. Tipperary; Dan ...

    • ... 3. When John Redmond made his famous recruiting speech at Woodenbridge in Co. Wexford, the captain of our company - Ned Quinlan of Ballynahinch - addressed us on parade. He announced that he was resigning in protest against Redmond's recruiting speech and added that if any of us wanted to follow ...

  • WS Ref #: 1369 , Witness: James Nolan, Officer Fianna Eireann, Waterford, 1921

    • ... to New Ross, Co. Wexford, Carrick-dn-Suir, Co. Tipperary, and Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. In the latter ... and was the first man I ever heard play the well-known ballad of the Wexford Rising of 1798, named ...

    • ... was, in reality, a cloak for the activities of Sinn Fein and the I.R.B. in the city. I can remember the pride I felt when allowed to carry the club jerseys. on the occasion of a match. Later on, my step-dancing brought me into the Counties Wexford and Kilkenny where I got to know people who were ...

    • ... to Wexford or Enniscorthy, but my bicycle punctured at Glenmore about five miles from Waterford ...

  • WS Ref #: 1438 , Witness: Christopher Moran, Member IRA, Fingal, 1921

    • ... was entrusted with despatches arriving from Wexford, Waterford and South Tipperary. Thomas Gaffney, who was a guard on the Wexford mail train, and William Nolan, who was a ticket collector, regularly carried ...

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