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  • WS Ref #: 890 , Witness: Edward Fullerton, Captain IRA, Newry, 1921

    • ... APPENDIX. NEWBY REPORTER - June 6th 1922. "On Sunday morning, Mr. James Woulfe-Flanagan, R.M ... car. Deceased gentleman, who was accompanied by one of his sisters, Miss Mary Woulfe-Flanagan ... with us". Mr. Woulfe-Flanagan promptly declined whereupon his assistant pointed a revolver at him ...

    • ... . Woulfe-Fianagan attended any of the earlier Masses. Shortly after the 11 o'clock Mass had started the scouts reported that Mr. Woulfe-Flanagan had gone to that Mass. At about a quarter to twelve we ... , and immediately in front of Mr. Woulfe- Flanagan's parked car. Eddie O'Hare and myself then waited ...

    • ... or wounded in this ambush, but there was a number of casualties inflicted. SHOOTING OF MR. WOULFE ... to proceed td Newry and, on the following morning, to arrest or shoot Mr. James Woulfe-Flanagan, Resident Magistrate. I was told that Mr. Woulfe- Flanagan was in the habit of attending 11 o'clock Mass ...

    • ... 26. On that Sunday evening after the shooting of Mr. Woulfe- Flanagan, the British authorities in Newry closed all the five bridges across the Newry Canal leading from the Co. Down side of the town ... . EVENTS IN DUNDALK - JULY 1922 - CIVIL WAR. From the time of the shooting of Woulfe-Flanagan up ...

  • WS Ref #: 1304 , Witness: William O'Donnell, Captain IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... heard. the military officer, a Captain Woulfe, give the order "Dismount and fire". Before ... . Captain Woulfe and one or two British soldiers were wounded in this engagement. The cycle patrol ...

  • WS Ref #: 852 , Witness: Thomas Wallace, Lieutenant, IV Limerick, 1916; Officer, IRA Limerick, 1921

    • ... , was wounded before the finish of the fight and gas taken into a house where Father Woulfe, C.C ...

  • WS Ref #: 856 , Witness: Elizabeth Colbert, Sister of Con Colbert, executed, 1916

    • ... 3. my sister Katty married in 1913 and went to live, in Abbeyfeale where her husband, Dick. Woulfe, set up as a chemist. The house in Clifton Terrace was taken over by a friend of ours and Con continued to live there until. the Rising. I went in to other digs. Like most. of the prominent Volunteers ...

  • WS Ref #: 1011 , Witness: Patrick Garvey, Officer IV and IRA, Kerry, 1914 - 1921

    • ... Officers were Robert McElligott, 0/C; William O'Sullivan, Vice 0/C, Jack Whelan, Adjutant; Dick Woulfe, Q ...

  • WS Ref #: 1013 , Witness: Patrick J McElligott, Member IRB (1911) and IV 1914 - 1919; Commandant IRA, Kerry, 1921

    • ... 11. The officers of the Listowel or 6th Battalion at this time were Robert McElligott 0/C., William Sullivan Vice 0/C., Jack Whelan Adjutant, Dick Woulfe Q.K. and Tim Walsh, I.O. A month or so afterwards my brother attended a brigade meeting at Derrymore. Early the following morning, I subsequently ...

    • ... was the Vice O/C., John Linnane was adjutant, Dick Woulfe was Q.M. and Tim Walsh was I.O. I first ...

  • WS Ref #: 1272 , Witness: James Collins, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

    • ... became an apprentice to a chemist in the town of Abbeyfeale whose name was Richard B. Woulfe. After ...

    • ... -3- Mr. Woulfe sent me to Fr. O'Flaherty of Brosna, Co. Kerry, to borrow his car for the purpose of bringing Monteith to Co. Limerick. Fr. O'Flaherty agreed to lend the car which was a model T-Ford. Soon after, Peter Byrne, Junior, of Abbeyfeale, who was usually employed by Fr. O'Flaherty to drive ...

    • ... papera which seemed to be in order. I was working in the shop at the time. Mrs. Woulfe called me and told ...

    • ... -7- and shotgun. We then went to the residence of a man named Woulfe, also a J.P., of The Glen, Cratloe, Abbeyfeale, where we got another rifle. By the 1st June, every farmer in the area, including those attached to the vigilance committee, had joined the I.R.A. I swore them in and administered ...

  • WS Ref #: 1322 , Witness: Art O'Donnell, Commandant IRA, Clare, 1921; Paymaster Clare County Council, Dail Eireann, 1919 - 1921

    • ... place, with him, and when his holidays were up we went to Abbeyfeale where his sister, Mrs. Woulfe ...

    • ... was J. Travers Woulfe. All the prisoners denied the validity of this British constituted court to try ...

  • WS Ref #: 1544 , Witness: Patrick Meehan, Captain IRA, County Limerick, 1921

    • ... Woulfe, C.C., Kilmallock. We got the order to retire; the fight had been going on for about seven ...

  • WS Ref #: 192 , Witness: Fionan Lynch, Captain IV, Dublin, 1916; Member Dail Eireann, 1918 - 1944; Member Provisional Government, 1922; Circuit Court Judge, 1944

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