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  • WS Ref #: 187 , Witness: Annie Fanning, Escape of Liam Mellows from Ireland, 1916

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21 STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 187 Witness Mrs. Annie Fanning, 17, Emmet St., Birr Offaly. Identity Subject Escape of Liam Mellows from Ireland. Conditions, if any, stipulated by Witness Nil File No. S.1269 From B.S.M.2. ...

    • ... to you as trivial. Yours sincerely, (Mrs.) ANNIE FANNING. ...

    • ... as trivial Yours Sincerdy. (an) Annie Fanning ...

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

    • ... 5 The week after the Rising a colum of soldiers tame to Ross and arrested all the company and others who were not volunteers, but members of the Gealis League. One man was arrested named John Fanning ... the cormel on recuting. Mr Fanning objected as he said the country has come to a rice pass when a dependant ...

  • WS Ref #: 990 , Witness: John Fanning, Captain IRA, Cork, 1921

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21. STATEMENT BY WITNESS. DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 990 Witness John Fanning, Bettysville, Fermoy Co. Cork. Identity. Member of Fermoy Company Irish Volunteers, Co. Cork, 1917 0/C. same Company, 1918 - Subject. Fermoy company Irish Volunteers, Co. Cork, 1917 ...

    • ... Company. The strength of the Company was about 120. SIGNED: John Fanning (John Fanning) DATE: 16th ...

    • ... freely on the military. With Lar Condon, Mick Fitzgerald, John Swaine, James Fanning(brother), witness(John Fanning) was arrested on the following Monday morning (8th September). They were all taken ...

    • ... of this period Jack Swaine, Jim Fanning, Lar Condon and witness (John Fanning) were released. Following my ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY JOHN FANNING, Bettyville, Fermoy, Co. Cork. I was porn at Clondulane, Fermoy, on 29th June, 1897. I do not recollect that my parents took any part in the political movement of the time during my boyhood days, and it was not until after Easter Week, 1916, that I became interested ...

    • ... the arrest of Lar Condon, the officers were: 0/C, Liam Lynch; 2nd Lieut., John Fanning; 1st Lieut ...

    • ... -3- now:- 0/C John Fanning 1st Lient. "Pal" Gallagher 2nd Lieut. Mick Sweeney. The Company continued to increase in strength until, towards the latter portion of 1918, the membership was about 120. This figure remained constant to the Truce. I should have mentioned that during the Conscription ...

    • ... , Jack O'Neill, Mick Fitzgerald, George Power, John Fanning (witness), Jeremiah Corkery, Tom Egan ...

    • ... Company under Paddy Ahearne, 2nd Lieutenant, and witness (John Fanning), who was 0/C, carried out ...

    • ... , Lar Condon, Moss Twomey, John Fanning (witness), Paddy Ahearne, George Power (all Fermoy ...

    • ... , Jack Fitzgerald and witness (John Fanning). Liam Lynch was with the party in the Mallow car, which ...

    • ... Fanning) took ...

    • ... , Paddy Cleary, Paddy Egan, William Magner, Tom Swaine, Art Hanlon, Tom Léahy and John Fanning (witness ...

  • WS Ref #: 1030 , Witness: John J Hogan, Officer IRA, Cork, 1921

    • ... , Jack Mulvey, Mick Fitzgerald, Lar Condon, John Fanning, Jim Fanning and Jack Swaine, who had already ... a week later John and James Fanning, Lar Condon, Jack Swaine, Richard and Martin O'Keeffe were ...

    • ... Condon, John Fanning, Paddy Ahearne, Jack Fitzgerald, George Lennon and Mick Mansfield (both ...

    • ... , Paddy Ahern, John Fanning, George Power and Jack Fitzgerald, who had been standing on the courthouse ...

  • WS Ref #: 1003 , Witness: Patrick Ahern, Officer IRA, Cork, 1921

    • ... 0/C John Fanning. 1st Lt. "pa" Gallagher 2nd Lt. Mick Sweeney. The strength of the company began to increase steadily about this time and before the conscription scare had reached a strength of about ... with John Fanning (0/C Fermoy Company) to hold up the train with a. view to capturing this lot of enemy ...

    • ... 5. already arrived by car: Liam Lynch, Liam Tobin, Lar Condon, Jack O'Neill, Mick Fitzgerald, John Fanning (Company 0/c), George Power, as well as three railwaymen who were to co-operate (Jerh ... Egan, Tim Sheehan, Jerh. Corkery, Jack 01eill and John Fanning) proceeded to the vicinity ...

    • ... as the captured arms were dumped in Clondulane. These operations were carried out under John Fanning 0/C ... them off. Subsequently witness (Patk. Aherh) with John Fanning, "Pan" Gallagher and Tim Sheehan ...

    • ... : 0/C Liam Lynch 1st Lt. Mick Fitzgerald 2nd Lt. John Fanning. At this time I was despatch rider ...

    • ... 22. They then dumped their guns and returned home. This closed the activities for October 20th 1920. Following the burial of Mick Fitzgerald I resumed my normal activities as Battalion Intelligence Officer and 2nd Lieut. Fermoy Company. In company with "Pa" Gallagher, John Fanning and other members ...

    • ... in cardboard boxes. The wagon was opened by John Fanning (Company 0/C) and witness (Patk. Ahern ...

    • ... night (September 5th 1919) was attended by Liam Lynch, Lar Condon, John Fanning (Company 0/C), "Moss ...

    • ... by enemy troops on the following night when Lar Condon, John Fanning and his brother Jimmie, Mick ...

    • ... on as previously. Parades and drills were held regularly. The Company Officer Were: - O/C John Fanning ...

    • ... (John Fanning) and he made arrangements to take Longhurst prisoner. With the assistance of Paddy ...

    • ... Fanning and the others from Fermoy arrived and took charge. It was finally agreed that the arrangements ...

    • ... . Immediately following the withdrawal a firing party composed of John Fanning, Daithi Barry and witness (Paddy ...

  • WS Ref #: 1080 , Witness: James Hackett, Captain IRA, Cork, 1921

    • ... -3- The Company 0/C (John Fanning), who had been arrested on a number of occasions and imprisoned for short periods following the Wesleyan church raid in September, 1919, had been on the run for some ... and the cloth seized was intended for this purpose. Early in January, 1921, the Company 0/C, John Fanning ...

    • ... at that time was about 120. The officers were:- 0/C - John Fanning. 1st Lieut. - "Pa" Gallagher. 2nd Lieut ...

  • WS Ref #: 1268 , Witness: Patrick J Hargaden, Commandnat IRA, Leitrim, 1921

    • ... went into Mohill and. got in touch with James Fanning and he advised me to put off the attempt ... of my conversation with Fanning, I came back to Adoon and got in touch with Connolly who ...

  • WS Ref #: 906 , Witness: James Larkin, Son of James Larkin, Labour leader

  • WS Ref #: 972 , Witness: Thomas Cleary, Lieutenant IV and IRA, Waterford, 1914 - 1921

    • ... , Tom Kirwan, Seán Cooper, Peadar Woods, Denis Barry, Martin Noonan, Michael Fanning and myself, who ...

    • ... 13. policemen from the borough boundary out to the meeting place. The day was very showery. The showers were heavy at times but what did we care! we were going to hear Dev. speak and tell us the truth about the doing of the British Government. I was accompanied by Miles Fanning of Johnstown ...

    • ... Power, Tom Walsh, Michael Malone, J.J. Sutton, Richard Lynch, Michael Fanning and myself (Tomás Ó ...

    • ... to do night duty at Dr. White's that night in company with Michael Fanning. We had to take up duty ...

  • WS Ref #: 1454 , Witness: James Leahy, Commandant IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... ) Moycarkey Jerry Ryan (16) Moyne John Fanning (17) Templemore Thomas Manley (18) Templetuohy Jack Hynes ...

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