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 to be named Monks from Inchicore. Later a woman drove up on a horse and cart and claimed the remains, which were handed over to her.

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 to be named Monks from Inchicore. Later a woman drove up on a horse and cart and claimed the remains, which were handed over to her.

By James Langton:

Mary Adrian

By James Langton:

War of Independence monument in Phibsboro, Dublin

War of Independence monument in Phibsboro, Dublin

By Chris Keane:

Cathal Brugha Barracks formerly Portobello Barracks, picture shows the spot where Francis Sheehy-Skeffington and two others were murdered 26th April 1916.

By Mike Vearnals:

E company 2nd Battalion IRA. At the grave of Tom Cullen, Squad member.

By James Langton:

Memorial to Sheehy Skeffington in Cathal Brugha Barracks, Dublin

By James Langton:

Spot where Noel Lemass’ body was found C/W, in the Dublin Mountain

By James Langton:

Members from four different Battalions of the Dublin Brigade, laying wreaths on the graves of McKee, Clancy and Clune

By James Langton:

Gaffney Fisher and Twohig were captured in the park, Im assumimg Peter was with them hence them being shot the same day.The first executions under the Public Safety Bill take place. In Kilmainham Jail, four Anti-Treaty Volunteers are executed for possession of revolvers. (Hopkinson says five.) They are Peter Cassidy (7 Usher St., Dublin); I’m actually supprised at the battalions they are in as their addresses are all in the 4th Battalions area. No wonder I couldnt find them on the 4ths Roll of Honour list. If I find anything else I’ll send it on. Good luck with your research.

By James Langton:

1953 Glasnevin cemetery, Republican plot. Members of the Four Courts Garrison

By James Langton:

Great to see all the Christmas wreaths around the Republican Plot at Glasnevin this morning, from relatives, friends and the NGA. Well done to all.

By Mike Vearnals:

In memory of Frank Lawlor, 1st company, 3rd Dublin Brigade of the Army of the Republic, who was murdered on this spot on the 29th of December 1922

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2 Comments

  1. lawrence lawlor March 25, 2014 at 6:49 pm

    great site

  2. Claire June 10, 2012 at 10:35 pm

    Great photo post.

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