Name of memorial: Dripsey Memorial
Place: Dripsey, Co. Cork
Address and map reference: On the Coachford road (R618) about2km west of Dripsey (Ambush Crossroads) Map reference: W 481 730 (Map 80).
Position: At roadside
Description and dimensions: Limestone obelisk on a base approached by steps, with a low wall and steel gates. Height: 450cms, width: 100cms at base. Beside it is a slab with the inscription in English
Recorded by: Michael Dolan, August, 2008.
THE OBELISK ON THIS SITE WAS ERECTED
AS A LASTING MEMORY TO THE MEMBERS OF
THE SIXTH BATTALION
FIRST CORK BRIGADE IRISH REPUBLICAN ARMY
WHOSE NAMES ARE INSCRIBED THEREON
THEY WERE CAPTURED WHILE ENGAGING
BRITISH FORCES ON JAN. 28TH 1921
AND EXECUTED IN CORK PRISON ON FEB 28TH 1921.
CAPTAIN JIM BARRETT
DIED IN CORK PRISON ON MARCH 22ND, 1921.
Beannacht Dè le na n-anamann