A well known one and one of my favs. An Anti Treaty IRA unit Dublin Brigade walking down Grafton Street 1922By admin|2012-03-24T18:20:53+00:00March 24th, 2012|5 CommentsShare This Story, Choose Your Platform!facebooktwitterlinkedinreddittumblrpinterestvkEmail 5 Comments Paul Ryan January 21, 2019 at 10:29 amLog in to ReplyBetter late then never, and certainly not disputing any claims but I’d like to make this information known. I have thought through my research the man in the light coloured coat in front could be Ben Carthy he was the 3rd battalion of the Dublin brigade transport officer. behind him to the left near the footpath I thought my uncle Austin Ryan from 2 Anne street south. There is a painting by Irish artist Saen Keating “Race of the Gael” (1928) where the sitter on the right is Ben Carthy the sitter on the right is Ben O’Hickey who went on to be one of the founding members of the Association of Irish Artists. The resemblance is striking and he also fought alongside my relative who ran the 3rd battalion “F” company from 2 Anne street south which is 150 yards back up Grafton street. Noel Lemass was their Captain and brother of Ben, Gus was the 3rd battalion munitions officer. Would like to think my relative is in the picture too. I would appreciate any comments as I may well be completely wrong. james black January 7, 2020 at 8:20 amLog in to ReplyThe man in charge with the light coloured coat is my grandfather Dan Black from Derry. Check out his story in the military archives and Derrys Dan Black article in the Derry journal Joe Mc Henry January 15, 2019 at 10:44 pmLog in to ReplyThat man shares the same name as i do. Im proud of the struggle these men went thru to try and free old ireland. Im proud to share his name too. May God rest their souls. Conor McHenry August 23, 2012 at 10:39 amLog in to ReplyJames, I too have a particulr interest in this photo and I am trying to identify the nine men in it. Joe McHenry on the left, Paddy Rigney in front and Tom Nolan behind Joe McHenry.I would welcome a meeting with yourself ….. I am writing about the Four Courts Garrison 1922 , have been here since April and go back to Brisbane in Sept.My mobile phone here is 08 6200 2079RegardsConor McHenry ciaron900 April 26, 2014 at 4:45 pmLog in to ReplyThe man in the dark overcoat in the middle foreground is John Nolan my Grandfather,looks like he’s carrying a bag under his arm,He is buried in Glasnevin Cememetry,he lived in Glencloy rd Whitehall D3.Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.