Na-Fianna-MedalBy admin|2012-04-18T15:07:21+00:00April 18th, 2012|2 CommentsShare This Story, Choose Your Platform!facebooktwitterlinkedinreddittumblrpinterestvkEmail 2 Comments Anne Rhodes (née Byrne) April 26, 2012 at 12:39 pmLog in to ReplyI think that you are describing my grandfather! If so, the family moved up the hill and settled in Ardbrugh Road. Could you forward me a copy of the photo and I can then confirm whether it is him or not. Darren Morrison April 20, 2012 at 1:24 amLog in to ReplyHi Gary, can you please forward this to the Secretary of Na Fianna for me please? Thanks D.May I first of all welcome Na Finna joining with us Irish Volunteers. I enjoyed reading the pages printed above but would have loved to have read them in order and in full. I find it very informative and would love to learn more about some of the guys that started so young and then joined the Volunteers. I have previously asked my friends about a man that fought as far as I know from Bolands Mills but sadly came up blank. I am trying to trace any information about a friends great grandfather. I have a photo and I think I found his name receiving a medal. So maybe you may help me.His name was PJ Byrne, he was from Dalkey but was evicted because he refused to pay rent to a British Landlord. I know he used to cycle in and out but dont know if his job was a cyclist delivering messages or not. I believe he became a captain. In the photo he is in uniform with a sword. Because he was from the Southside he was probably in the 1st Battalion. Would you ask your guys if they could help me as here I am stumped. We would like to see if there was anything written about him or anything at all.Looking forward to meeting some of you soon. Kind regards, Darren.Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.