Dublin Volunteer Memorials

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Liam Mellows Bridge in Dublin.

By Eamon Murphy: Liam Mellows Bridge in Dublin. Formerly Queens Bridge, it was built between 1764 and 1768 and is Dublins oldest bridge still in use. It was built on the site of an earlier bridge (Arran Bridge) that was erected in 1683. On May 24th, 1942 it was renamed Mellows bridge in honour of [...]

By | 2014-02-11T10:01:31+00:00 February 11th, 2014|Dublin Volunteer Memorials|0 Comments

Dublin Volunteers IRA

Eamon Develara 1951 at Dick Mckee monument, Finglas Village. Eamon Develara 1951 at Dick Mckee monument finglas village John Monks killed in Rudlow, Clondalkin of 21, Nash street. Buried in Bluebell Cemetery. After the attack at Clondalkin on national troops, they later found the body of a man, one of the attackers, stated [...]

By | 2017-09-13T15:09:33+00:00 June 10th, 2012|Dublin Volunteer Memorials|2 Comments

Edward Bennett was a member of F Coy, 4th Battalion Dublin Brigade IRA

By James Langton I would like to share the following story of a relation of mine, Edward Bennett, who fought for Irish Freedom during the War of Independence and the Civil War.  I also enclose photos and certs etc that may be of interest. Edward Bennett was a member of F Coy, 4th Battalion Dublin [...]

Irish Citizen Army

1916 Memorial Place: City Hall, Cork Hill, Dublin 2. IN MEMORY OF CAPT. SEÁN CONNOLLY, AND LIEUT. SEÁN O’REILLY, GEORGE GEOGHEGAN AND LOUIS BYRNE, IRISH CITIZEN ARMY WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THE REPUBLIC OF IRELAND IN THIS BUILDING EASTER 1916. ERECTED BY THE NATIONAL GRAVES ASSOCIATION

By | 2017-09-13T15:10:11+00:00 March 4th, 2011|Dublin Volunteer Memorials|1 Comment