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  • WS Ref #: 1394 , Witness: John Nagle, Vice OC 2 Flying Column IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... Adjt. William Cleary Thomas Nagle James Butler Thomas Taylor Denis McAuliffe Edwd.(Bubbles) Dalton Gabriel McGrath Richard Dalton Jack Butler John (Buddy) Donoghue Chris Conway Thomas Kirwan Thomas Ryan Edward Dwyer Frank Pyne Matt McKenna William O'Brien Tom Looby Thomas Mullany Sean Morrissey ...

    • ... members of the column there, but one of them - Chris Conway - had succeeded in making his escape ...

    • ... and, on a Saturday night, we billeted in Oldtown, Co. Kilkenny. There we met Eamon Aylward, Paddy Ryan and William ...

  • WS Ref #: 843 , Witness: Vincent Rice, Legal adviser to IRA, 1921

    • ... ROINN COSANTA. BUREAU OF MILITARY HISTORY, 1913-21 STATEMENT BY WITNESS DOCUMENT NO. W.S. 843 Witness Vincent Rice, S.C., 2. Northbrook Road, Leeson Park, Dublin. Identity. Junior Counsel for the defence in the trials referred to in his statement. Subject. Trial of Frank Teeling, William Conway ...

    • ... cars. Frank Teeling was represented by Mr. Charles Bewley, William Conway was defended by Mr. Thomas ... Street, had met William Conway with his brother on their way to nine o'clack Mass. The hour of the shooting was nine o'clock, and if her evidence was accepted, then William. Conway was in Westland ...

    • ... William Conway in Westland Row Church and on his way home, and in the case of none of whom, with one ... with the case against Conway, said: "Although there is only one witness the Court is not only justified ...

    • ... STATEMENT BY VINCENT RICE. S.C., on the trial of Frank Teeling, William Conway and Ed. Potter. City Hall, Dublin. February 1921. Foreword. The following article is based on matters within my personal knowledge and on the use of the official transcript of evidence made at the request of the British ...

    • ... on February 21, 1921. The accused were Frank feeling, William: Conway, ...

    • ... of this evidence for the defence of William Conway, went to Dublin Castle and reported to the police ...

    • ... , reassembled. The accused were asked. if they wished to address the Court. William Conway said: - "I am ...

    • ... 15. "I Know, that," I said, "but the newspapers have the right to publish what I swear, and that will be a nice revelation to they world of the way in which justice is perverted here." A few days later Conway and Potter were reprieved. A word in conclusion on the attitude of the Irish Bar in cases ...

    • ... the conviction of the three accused, he turned to me and said: "I don't think your client Conway should ...

    • ... doing my best to get your client Conway reprieved". "And what about Potter?" I asked. "You have ...

    • ... ." This paean to English justice was written after the "trial" and execution of William Joyce Signed ...

  • WS Ref #: 1558 , Witness: Frank McGrath, Commandant IRA, Tipperary, 1921

    • ... . William Carroll. No. 1 Court Timothy Ryan Moneygall William Conway. No. 2 Court Toomevara Michael ... Clerk No. 1 Court Jeremiah Ryan Patrick Clifford. Nenagh Patrick Hayes William Walsh No. 2 Court ... Fr. Vaughan, C.C. William Kennedy. William Gleeson M.J. Mackey. Battalion 11 3 Parish Courts. Area ...

    • ... SCHEDULE A. Richael Honney William: "Ginlay James Robinson J. Traynor William. O'Keefe J. Clancy A. O'Donnell J.S. Burke James M'Evilly Michael Reynolds J. Gascoyne Michael Kirby John M'Kenna William ... Kennedy F. M'Grath G. Borland. Austin Stack SCHEDULE B. William M'Gineey Michael Hanlon Thomas Brehan ...

    • ... Clerk No. 1 Court Michael McKenna Nicholas McKenna. Borrisokane. Thomas Chadwick William Kennedy. No. 2 ... . Curreeney, James Ryan and Daniel Ryan Killeen. William O'Brien. No. 2 Court William Hanley John O'Meara ...

    • ... 4. Battalion Vl l Parish Court. Area: Newport, Ballinahinch, Killoscully, Kockfune, Rearcross, Lackamore. Parish Justices Court Clerk One Parish William Gorman Thomas McGrath. Court John Kennedy ... . John Corcoran. and Patrick Doorley Shinrone. William Brophy. No. 3 Court John Sutton J. Maher ...

    • ... of the prisoners, namely, Michael Reynolds, James Robinson, Charles Kenny, William McGinley, T ... Robinson, John J. McKenna, and William Jones. In consequence of this conduct restraint restraint had ...

    • ... at Moneygall were: Austin McCurtin, William Flannery, Joseph Starr, Peter Gill and Michael O'Meara, all ...

    • ... ., Mr. P.J. Dempsey, Mr. Rody Cleary and Mr. William Gleeson. The sitting of the Court took place ...

  • WS Ref #: 1525 , Witness: James Maloney, Captain IRA, Limerick, 1921

    • ... . O'Dwyer, Thomas Malone again 0/C of operations Martin Conway, Edward Maloney, James Mortell, William Wail, James Bond, William Moroney, Richard O'Donnell, Edward Treacy and myself (who stole away from ... and R.I.C. barrack one building. Those from Bruff were: N. O'Dwyer, Denis Conway, Myself, Denis Mortell ...

    • ... , Brothers). Denis Conway, James O'Connor (Carpenter), James Maloney (Meadagh), William Meade, William Moroney, John Moroney (brothers), myself and brother Patrick, Michael Hogan, William Hogan (New ...

    • ... 14. D Cremins and myself, together with Martin Conway, Edward Neary and others from Grange Company. The Sinn Féin organisation was gaining strength also and was publishing a little paper called ... Purcell, D. Cremins, myself, James P. O'Connor, John Cremins, James Mortell, Michael Hogan, William Hogan ...

    • ... Martin Conway, raided Rockbarton House early in July, 1920. I assisted on the occasion. Barring ... space between, was blown up later In July, 1920. James P. O'Connor, myself, and. John and William ...

    • ... at O'Brien's, Ragamus. Next morning we went to Paddy Kennedy's, Killballyowen, where we met Martin Conway. We were presented with three tumblers of whiskey. Conway and myself were temperate but Tobin ... for reprisals: Martin Conway, Edward Neary, James (Benny) Maloney, myself, Tom O'Brien, Q.M. Grange' Company ...

    • ... for Jack's Houses' in the caherguillamore-Rockbarton woods. O'Malley, Martin Conway, myself and James ... was not at the ambush.. At the Battalion Council he promoted Martin Conway to be Vice Commandant, with fun charge ... be Ineffective. Martin Conway wag ordered to form a battalion fighting unit and O'Malley enjoined that he ...

    • ... Collins, Seán Wall, Nicholas O'Dwyer, Liam Purcell, David Cremins, Denis Conway, James O'Connor, John ... , with Denis Conway and Patrick Carroll, approached the Master of the Fox Hounds at a hunt meeting ...

    • ... . J.G. 0'Dwyer March, 1921. Bn. Vice 0/C Martin Conway Dec., 1920. Shot Bn. Adjt. James Maloney (Ballycurpin) July, 1920. On the run. Denis Conway (Bruff) Sept., 1920. Arrested. John O'Mahony (Athlacca ...

    • ... . for Martin Conway, Holycross, and Nicholas O'Dwyer. All four had to go "on the run". Conway ...

    • ... in Lough Our and during that time Martin Conway, James Maloney (Kilcullans) Edward TRACEY and myself ... , Thomas Malone, Robert Ryan, James Maloney (Kilcul1ans.) Martin Conway, Edward TRACEY James Maloney ...

    • ... on a tripod. Martin Conway Ons in chars of local preparations. He was plucky to a fault but had no head ... . The first lorry and occupants wore bombed and shot up and all were casualties. Martin Conway ...

    • ... to Caherguillamore. He was a good man, but he saw Conway and others making preparations. On going home he ... 12.30 a.m. I got a message via Thomas HOURIGAN Holy Cross, that Martin Conway wanted me out ...

    • ... 12. Manister Company Rank Name Appointed Remarks Capt. Frank Keating 1920 do. Stephen Cregan 1921 1st Lt. Patrick J. Costello 2nd Lt. Grange Company Capt. Martin Conway 1919 SHOT do. MICHAEL O'Donnell 1921 1st Lt. Edward Treacy 1919 ARRESTED do. Richard O'Donnell 2nd Lt. Jack O'Connell 1919 ...

    • ... were: Martin Conway James O'shea, FRANK Keating, Stephen Cregan, Robert Ryan, Michael Daly, James P ...

    • ... Conway, Lieutenant John Quinlan, Volunteers' Edward Moloney, Daniel Sheehan ant Henry Wade. Wounded ...

    • ... present were: James O'Connor, (carpenter), William James and Paddy Morbell and John Cremins. Shortly after ... (Kilteely), D. Cremins, John Cremins, James Mortell, William Moroney, John Moroney, Dersis Mortell, William Wail (see "Limerick's Fighting Story" by me as Seamus'). Our intelligence had reported a Lewis ...

    • ... . William Moroney 2nd Lt. James O'Connor 1919 do. Geoffrey Mortell July, 1920. Lough Gur Company Capt ...

    • ... O'Higgins's "Moses ry-tooral-f-ooral-ii-a". About 1911 or 1912, William Lundon. local Nationalist ...

    • ... . Clare, Co. Kilkenny had elected William T Cosgrave, the Sinn féin candidate, in another by-election ...

    • ... a company was toned at Honeypound, outside Croon, by a William Burke and others. Seán Wall was now ...

  • WS Ref #: 1320 , Witness: Michael J Ryan, Captain IRA, Galway, 1921

    • ... : John Fleming. Corofin: William Feeney. Sylane: Bernard Kelly, Patrick McHugh. Kilconly: Frank ... Conway continued as Brigade Q/M. I was appointed Brigade Engineer. In concluding this statement I ...

    • ... Higgins of Sylane Coy. and Patrick Conway, then lieutenant Sylane Company and afterwards Brigade Q/M ...

    • ... name, became 0/C of the new brigade. The Quartermaster was Patrick Conway who had been a lieutenant ...

    • ... , and William Cannon addressed the company and put the anti-Redmondite point of view before them. I remember ...

  • WS Ref #: 127 , Witness: James Doyle, Survivor of Clanwilliam House Garrison, 1916; Member ASU, 1920 - 1921

    • ... G.H. Squad Francis Bolster G.H. Squad James Conway G.H. Squad John Dwyer G.H. Squad L. Finnegan G.H ... Foy A.S. Unit. William Doyle A.S. Unit. James Doyle A.S. Unit. ...

    • ... Patrick Brunton Sean Condron William Doyle James Doyle Patrick Irene Thomas McGrath Patrick Mowissey Owen ... Patrick Mullins Sean Bourke C. Ryan F. McGee Mich Sweeney Philip Quinn Michael Dunn William Philipe ...

    • ... Reynolds (in Charpe) Richard Murphy Patrick Doyle, Thomas Walsh, James Walsh William Ronan, Jaince Doyle ...

    • ... in overy Way. The Fourth Sunwor William Ronan, hae Heen in a Mental Home for a Long Number of Yeare ...

    • ... Reynolds (in Charge) William Rowan, James Doyle, Daniel Maher, and a New reestul by the name of Byrne ...

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

    • ... ) and among the early members were Batt, Kelleher, Robert Warren, Eugene Power, William O'Herliby, Daniel Tierney, Terence NacSwiney, Fred Cronin, Robert Fitzgerald, Michael Radley, William Curtin, Maurice Conway, John O'Keeffe, Patrick O'Sullivan, William O'Sullivan. ...

    • ... . Butterfield, T.C., Lord Mayor; M.K.Barry, Chairman Cork Co. Council; William O'Brien, M.P.; Maurice ... William Murphy, solicitor; Jeremiah lane, T.C.; T.J. Murphy, J.P., M.C.; P. Lynch, President, Cork Trades ... . O'Sullivan, P.L.G.; Patrick Crowley, Maurice Conway, John A. O'Connell, Sean Ó Tuama, J.F. Fawsitt ...

    • ... , They Were: Maurice Conway, a supporter of William 0'Brien who had been connected with the Young Ireland ...

    • ... 121. 1913 At meetings of our organising group I had expressed the opinion that there may be disturbance at the meeting and we ought prepare for it. J.J. Walsh waived all such warnings aside. Sunday morning, Maurice Conway and myself went to the railway station to meet Eoin MacNeill. We learned he ...

    • ... concluded. Then, Maurice Conway urged me on, to thank Casement and make a general explanation ...

    • ... ; Domhnall O'Callaghan, Seán Good (Secretary, Cork Trades Council), Seán Jennings, Maurice Conway, Liam ...

    • ... ., Maurice Conway, Pat Barrett and myself. I sent the resolution to Herbert Pim for insertion in his ...

    • ... and talents". November 6th; A long letter in the press from Mr. William O'Brien, announcing his intention ... has arisen over the land Act: "the Wyndham Act", as it is caned, William is enthusiastial1y In favour ... seriously, a crisis of the first magnitude in Irish political history! But, William will probably ...

    • ... Irish league, founded by William O'Brien a few years previously, was a "constitutional organisation ... , a United Irish League meeting was hold in Cork Cornmarket on April 27th. William O'Brien spoke ...

    • ... way? William O'Brien, M.P., and lord Mayor Augustine Roche have subscribed to a "Rossa Testimonial" organised by Skibbereen Young Ireland Society. William is to be at Macroom on Sunday next. What if ho ...

    • ... ", as we have not asked lord Mayor Roche to preside at it, nor William O'Brien to speak! 11th. With Rosen ... with Rossa Iii his room in the Victoria Hotel, We talked of the possibility of the lord Mayor and William ...

    • ... . Redmond, M.P., Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary Party, and endorsed by Mr. William O'Brien ... demonstration" in Boston, addressed by William Redmond, M.P., where, it was stated, 30,000 people who ...

    • ... 58. 1905 November 28th. William O'Brien, in "The Irish People" is making capital for himself out of the Industrial Association Conference; this was to be expected. He is now a preacher ... of the United Irish league and the League's attitude towards William O'Brien and his "Conciliation" policy ...

    • ... 84, 1906 A Captain MacClure was presented with an address by the Cork Young Ireland Society.. Ha was connected with the Kilclooney Wood affair in '67, When Peter O'Neill Crowley was killed. Week by week1 in "The Irish People", fir. William O'Brien hits at Mr. John Dillon. According to William ...

    • ... was William O'Brien, M0P0 it was, of course, a very respectable and representative gathering ... was mentioned. We protested. William O'Brien, 11 M.P., a little excited, appealed to "the young mom" to let ...

    • ... 108. 1910 January. A general oloction was hold, the House of Lords having rejocted the finance proposals of the British Liberal Government. William O'Brien came back for this election and the 0 ... as on independent. Owing to his intervention, the result was tint William alone von on his side and Augustine ...

    • ... present. Alderman James Simcox proposed the rosolútion inaugurating the fund, Coroner William Murphy ... with the Volunteers were: George Crosbie (of the "Cork Examinor"), R.A. Atkins, William Kelleher, T.C., Jeremiah ...

    • ... with the good wishes of the Liberals and of the "Daily Mail". Mr. William O'Brien says he is a friend of Joseph Devlin. So, William does not welcome him. January 5th. A sensational bit of news ...

    • ... 165. 1915. April. 3rd. William O'Brien is perturbed over the Review of the (Redmondite) National. Volunteers to be held in Dublin tomorrow (Easter Sunday). What is the purpose? The greater ... Ireland, is there also A Suspension Act is somewhere near them and is the one actually in force. William ...

    • ... to German Government, May 12th. Mr. William O'Brien had a public meeting on the Grand Parade yesterday ... Walking around with n wife, we stopped for a short tine at the meeting. Though William himself ...

    • ... , the parliamentarians arc in a muddle. William O'Brien wants "the people" to load themselves. But William and his ...

    • ... relieves the English Government of a present difficulty. William O'Brien and Maurice Healy, Members ... Féin supporters took possession of the meeting almost from the beginning. William was hardly ...

    • ... 324. 1918: A Gaelic League Aerideacht was held in Kinsale on Sunday. There was quite a good number present. "The authorities" did not interfere. Yesterday, William Kent, one of the Kent family of Castlelyons, was elected chairman of Cork County Council, by 26 votes to 21 for a Parliamentary Party ...

    • ... , in Juno, 1882. His baptismal name was William Roche. His parents wore National Teachers, His statement ...

    • ... 10. 1902. ladies had barricaded the door ant the blackboard remained. Police watched the rooms during the day and detectives shadowed Individual members of the Celtic Literary Society Early in July 1902, a Convention of the United Irish league was held in Limerick. William O'Brien and John Redmond ...

    • ... it. William O'Brien's paper, "The Irish People", considered it "jejune - a thing of no importance ...

    • ... emoralising to Irish nationality. (In later years, William O'Brien himself published a booklet ...

    • ... , William Henley). January 7th. Cork County Council (which was the first Council in Ireland to hold ...

    • ... ' list. August 17th. Consequent on William O'Brien's resignation, the writ has been issued ...

    • ... writer. October 21st. William O'Brien addressed a large crowd in Cork Cornmarket on Sunday last ...

    • ... is simply using William O'Brien for his conciliation policy. Judging by letters received, the "United ...

    • ... . O'Callaghan, Nicholas Kenneally, William Curtin, Matthew O'Riordan and Thomas Irwin, Fred Cronin ...

    • ... prominent. Thers was a good, but not overflow audience. Neither lord Mayor Roche nor William O'Brier ...

    • ... 39. 1904. Some then Iavoured asking him to convene a public meeting. I opposed and so did Fred Cronin.. Doran also said the Lord Mayor informed him that he and William O'Brien would have attended the lecture had they been invited. We have £30 from proceeds of lecture to give to Rossa. Not a great ...

    • ... of Committee - Terence MacSwiney, Fred Cronin, Liam de Hoists, James Barrett, William Henley, Edward Eaton ...

    • ... . William O'Brian, M.P., again threatens to resign from public life. Things are not going as he ...

    • ... , consequent on the death of J.F.X. O'Brian, one-time prominent Fenian. In connection with it, William ...

    • ... Cronin as Assistant, and Brian Kelleher as Hon. Treasurer. August 26th. William O'Brian is re ...

    • ... be, there should be, no disunity between the followers of Mr. William O'Brien and the followers ...

    • ... man", William Field, M.P., glib and rather pretentious. A monopolist in conversation, Walter Cole ...

    • ... 57, 1905. Others I met, en passant; Host Rev. Dr. Sheehan, Bishop of Waterford; our own Corkman, William O'Brien; Gatty, an artist Dr. Windle introduced me to "a namesake" from London. I do not know anything of him. Another visitor to the Exhibition was Sloan, a liberal, or nationaflstn1ntied ...

    • ... 62. 19O5. The Secretaries of the National Council of Sinn Fein inform me that I have been elected on the Executive of the Council. Today's papers announce that there is to be a reconciliation between William O'Brien arid "The Party", Whether the Parliamentarians unite or divide, our Slim Fein ...

    • ... definitely, that William O'Brien, M.P., was asked some questions about the matter by the new Chief Secretary ...

    • ... a word William occupied the whole tire. He spoke to them not they to him. He told that he was founding ...

    • ... ' orgnisation, led by William Martin Murphy, who controlled the "Irish Independent". There had been a number ...

    • ... O'Hegarty, Terence MacSwiney, William Owens of Youghal (also a university student), Tomás MacCurtain ...

    • ... of Hibernians (Board of Erin). In Cork City and county, Mr. William O'Brien, with whom was associated ...

    • ... , Thereupon, William 0'Brien offered to rosign from Parliament and challenged Augustine Roche ...

    • ... 132. 1914 King was calling a conference in an endeavour to have the Bill enacted by consent of all parties. (this was "the Buckingham Palace Conference"). It seemed like an acceptance of the policy advocated by Mr. William O'Brien; General rumour was that the King was acting on his own initiative ...

    • ... by William 0'Brien and Maurice Healy, Parliamentary representa- tives for the city, to stimulate ...

    • ... , and Mr. Rodnond oried out "God save England". Mr. William 0'Brien refers to it as "co-called Home ...

    • ... Colonel of the "Rogiment", John J. Horgan and Thomas Byrne, captains; Coroner William Murphy, President ...

    • ... yesterday. He was not elected. February 8th. "The Bridge Guarders, as William O'Brien calls them, have ...

    • ... a recruiting poster, on which was a picture of Mr. William Redmond, M.P. The case was scouted out ...

    • ... introduced his Budget in the British' Parliament yesterday. Along with the leaders of the Tory Party, William ...

    • ... 202. 1915 yesterday. It went out with a sigh. The "old men" could do no more. The fate of Ireland is now in the hands of the young men. True for Mr. William O'Brien. And the young men are not doing badly for Ireland - going to jail, facing many threats, losing their positions, being shadowed ...

    • ... 222. 1915 Even Cork Corporation last Friday accepted it. They had another epistle from J.J. Walsh in which he lashed them unmercifully (for their pro-British attitude). There was no comment on it, but Alderman J.C. Forde, a strong supporter of William O'Brien, rubbed it in that the deportations ...

    • ... night. William O'Brien, M.P., fears for "the constitutional movement" in Ireland. He fears the young ...

    • ... to arrangements for defence. Mr. William O'Brien, M.P., is to deliver a lecture on Thomas Davis ...

    • ... of the position. December 30th. "The Cork Weekly Free Press" wakes up a little. Mr. William O'Brien writes ...

    • ... hopes it will pass quickly. William O'Brien took up that attitude at the first reading ...

    • ... (National Volunteers), William Kelleher (All-for-Ireland League), Harry Donegan (National Volunteers ...

    • ... 297. 1916. John Redmond and William O'Brien as recruiting agents grovelling before John Bull, offering Irishmen as recruits, white "Bull" holds out his hands and says: "Bless you, my children". The "Catholic Sun" has a pretty full report of the great Convention of Irish-Americans of March 4th ...

    • ... of millions. William O'Brien, T.M. Healy and Larry Ginnell made a case for special treatment for Ireland ...

    • ... company captain to start before the others. This was given. William Phillips, an oldish man, said he ...

    • ... 325. 1916. Plunkett, Edward Daly, Michael O'Hanrahan, William Pearse. In list of 15 sentenced to death, commuted to ten years penal servitude, is the name of our friend, J.J. Walsh. Further trials are proceeding. "Daily Sketch" of today reports of the following: James Connolly, now officially ...

    • ... 328. 1916. ing trial, or of the dead in the fighting. Must number four or five thousand. The business men of Dublin are concerned about their destroyed property. They want Government compensation. "No one has come forward to give us any consolation" - William Martin Murphy. ("Oh! my ducats!") Mr ...

    • ... ' on the Volunteers' side. Captain Stephen Gwynne, M.P., member of the "Irish Party", grandson of William ...

    • ... in Dublin, the circulation increased by leaps and bounds. During the West Cork election, William rounded ...

    • ... that the Government means to go on with its "Irish policy". 1918: May 19th: Mr. William O'Brien, M.P ...

    • ... on April 12 and was arrested ...". So! there is "the Plot". We know it to be a concoction. Mr. William ...

    • ... William O'Brien, M.P., to get him to move for the writ for East Cavan. He said this suggestion ...

  • WS Ref #: 1260 , Witness: Thomas Hussey, Lieutenant IRA, Galway, 1921

    • ... -20- Kelly who was followed by Patrick MacHugh. The lieutenants were Patrick Conway, afterwards Brigade Quartermaster, North Galway Brigade, Martin Bane, now a priest in U.S.A., John "Dick" Conway, still living in Ballintleva, and myself. SIGNED: Thomas Hussey DATE: 28th September 1955. ...

    • ... deceased). Martin Bane, now a priest in U.S.A., was 1st Lieutenant., and Patrick Conway was 2nd Lieutenant. Patrick Conway afterwards became Quartermaster, North Galway Brigade. ...

    • ... the tire was to be lighted and decided to prevent it. Lieutenants Bane and Conway, Volunteer John (Dick) Conway, afterwards Lieutenant, a few other Volunteers and I arrived at the top of the hill ...

    • ... , in charge of the section, Lieutenant Patrick Conway of Sylane company and Volunteer Michael Higgins of Sylane company. Michael Joseph Ryan afterwards becaE2 Brigade Engineer, and Lieutenant Conway ...

    • ... heard unusual noises, but could not make out what they were. In order to please her, we' left the house - P. Conway some yards in front of me. I stood listening for the sounds my mother had been ... house. I crawled away as well as I could and was delighted to learn that Conway also had got clear ...

    • ... Patrick Conway and Michael Joseph Ryan, whom I have already mentioned in connection with the attack ...

    • ... that Michael Moran, O/C, Tuam Battalion, and Patrick Conway, Quartermaster, North Galway Brigade, had ...

    • ... . In the first tea months of 1921. I remember that Brigade Quartermaster Patrick Conway sent me word to meet ...

  • WS Ref #: 1313 , Witness: Charles Gildea, Commandant IRA, Sligo, 1921

    • ... There were no further operations in my area. The Truce on 11th July 1921 terminated hostilities with the British forces. I was appointed Brigade VICE O.C. on the reorganisation of the Brigade Signed: Charles Gildea (Charles Gildea) DATE: 14- 12- 55 14.12.55. Witness: James J Conway (James J. Conway) ...

  • WS Ref #: 808 , Witness: John Bolster, Member IV and IRA, Cork, 1917 - 1921

    • ... -9- O'Connell, David Moylan, William Conway, Tim O'Connell. These men entered the. Barracks behind the storming party, destroyed the Barracks, seized and carried away an arms, equipment and stores ... , John Ring, P. Healy, Tim Murphy, Jerh. Roche, William Roche. These men were engaged in blocking ...

    • ... NO. 4 BRIHADE. TWOPOTHOUSE AREA as on 11th July, 1921. 0.C. Tim Ducey. Adjutant William Hutch. 1st ... Lieut. Denis O'Keeffe. 2nd Lieut. John Ring. Adjutant Wm. O'Connor (arrested). Adjutant William Morrissey. Quartermaster William Moloney LOMBARDSTOWN COMPANY, MALLOW BATTALION, CORK NO. 4 BRIGADE ...

    • ... , Michael Sullivan, James Sullivan, John Conway, David Moylan, Pat Regan, John O'Keeffe, Michael ...

    • ... . Captain Jerome Buckley. 1st Lieut. John Looney. 2nd Lieut. Philip O'Shea. Quartermaster William ...

    • ... . Cork. William Roche, Gurtmore, Banteer, Co. Cork. John Sullivan, Glenovague, Mallow, Co. Cork ...

    • ... Nagle, William Jones, Michael Flynn, Michael Rooney, Michael Dinan, James Sullivan, Maurice Walsh ...

    • ... , Ballyclough, Mallow, Co. Cork. William Morrissey, Ballyclough, Mallow, Co. Cork. Michael Callaghan ...

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