Mary Devereux (Mrs Allen), Irish Citizen Army,Garrison of St Stephen’s Green/College of Surgeons:

//Mary Devereux (Mrs Allen), Irish Citizen Army,Garrison of St Stephen’s Green/College of Surgeons:

List of women of the Irish Citizen Army:
Garrison of the General Post Office:
Winifred Carney;

Garrison of St Stephen’s
Green/College of Surgeons:
Countess de Markievicz,
Mary Devereux (Mrs Allen),
Nellie Gifford (Mrs Donnelly),
Margaret Ryan (Mrs Dunne),
Bridget Gough;
Madeleine ffrench Mullen,
Rosie Hackett,
Mrs Joyce,
Chris Caffery (Mrs Keeley),
Annie Kelly, Mary Hyland (Mrs Kelly),
Lily Kempson, Mrs Norgrove,
Kathleen Seerey (Mrs Redmond),
Margaret Skinnider;

City Hall Garrison:
Dr Kathleen Lynn,
Helena Molony,
Jennie Shanahan,
Miss Connolly (Mrs Barrett),
Bridget Brady,
Mollie O’Reilly (Mrs Corcoran),
Bridget Davis (Mrs Duffy),
Annie Norgrove (Mrs Grange),
Emily Norgrove, (Mrs Hanratty),
Bessie Lynch (Mrs Kelly);
Imperial Hotel Garrison:
Martha Walsh (Mrs Murphy).

[Source: RM Fox, The History of the Irish Citizen Army, James Duffy
& Co Ltd, 1944.]

Irish Citizen Army outside Liberty Hall, 1917.

Mary Devereux is fourth from right back row. Patrick (Mary’s brother)was in the G.P.O. while Mary was in St.Stephens Green during the rising.(courtesey “Come here to me.com”)

We are looking for any information on Mary Devereux,please e mail to info@irishvolunteers.org

Please see below documents relating to Mary sent in by Barbara Severson:

By | 2017-09-13T15:09:07+00:00 August 21st, 2013|Individual Accounts Irish Volunteers 1913-1923|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Dominick Devereux October 15, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    Hi Maureen,

    Love to meet up and discuss our family roots. Patrick Devereux was my Grandfather and Mary was my Gran Aunt.

    Regards,

    Dominick

  2. Maureen Carey September 21, 2013 at 7:16 pm

    My cousin Gladys informed me of this site and I love the fact that there is a photo. I have very little information about my grandmother (Mary Devereux Allen) and her brother (Patrick Devereux) So I appreciate learning more about them to bring them to life for myself and my children and grandchildren.

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