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The Irish Nation

Vol 1, No 14  Saturday April 21, 1923                  

Price TWOPENCE

 

The Civil War POW list of 21 April 1923 - The Dublin names are transcribed below. I've put them - with the odd exception where two women are from the same address - in alphabetical order. Additional notes are based on Niamh O'Sullivan's book - Every Dark Hour. **

** Some 40 women - 13 from Kerry - arrived in Kilmainham on 6 February 1923 from Mountjoy. (see page 160)

A

Annie Anderson, Ranelagh Rd

B

Mary Bambra 19 No William

Eileen Barry, 8 Fleet St

? Birmingham 13 Prussia St

Sheila Bowen, Kileen Rd, Rathmines

May Bowen, Melrose, Howeth

Sheila Boyle, Synge St
Miss Hills 21 Synge St

Rita Boyle, 13 Fleet St

Nora Brick Garville Av

Eileen Brock, 3 Albert Pl

Annie Browne Grace Park Gardens, Drumconda

Annie Browner 111 Summerhill

Susan Bryan, 58 Church St

Maggie Burke, Parmore Rd

Kathleen Burton, 5 Delahunty Bldgs, Lt Mount St

C

N Callan 10 Mount Eden Rd

Eliza Caffrey 17 Church St

Molly Cleary, 21 Upper Dorset St - First cousin of East Limerick Flying Column commandant and Free State O/C Donncadh OhAnnigain. Molly and her sister Nellie (imprisoned also in 1923) spoke with me in Upper Dorset Street in December 1973.

Mary Coghlan, 2 Frankfurt Pl

Eileen Coghlan 9 Brittas Place

Bridie Connolly, Portrane House, Donabate

May Coogan, 4 Seapoint  Terr, Sandymount

Lily Coventry 48 Clanbrassi St

Beatrice Cummins, 8 Hardwick St

D

Eileen Daly 69 S C Rd

Teresa Darcey, Woodside Dalkey

Esther Davies, 40 Cumberland St, Dun Laoghaire

May Derham, Drogheda St, Ballbriggan

Ann Devlin, 24 Sinnott Place
 
Francis Dolan, 7 Landsdowne Terrace

Sadie Dowling 42 ?
Mary Burke Dowling, 2 Howth Rd (Margaret Bourke Dowling - page 161 -in the book Every Dark Hour)

Annie Doyle, 25 Carysfort Road (Angela Doyle died in 1925)

Mary Doyle, Philipsburg Av

? Doyle, 42 Ring St, Inchicore

Miss Doyle, 37 George’s St

Marie Duke, St Margaret’s

Mary Duffon, Eyre St

F

Nellie Fennel, Grattan Villas, Mulgrove St

Julia French, 36 Clarendon St,

Mrs Fitzsimmons Kelly, Dalkey

Maggie Fitzpatrick, 9 Pembroke St, Irishtown

Miss J Flood Bluebell

Katie Flynn, Springvale, Temple Rd

Katie Foley, Norfolk Rd

Kathleen Freeman, 20 So William St
Annie Freeman 20 So Wm St

Dorothea Farrell, 24 Gardiner’s Pl
Bridie O’Harte 24, Gardiner’s Pl
Mrs Rogers 24, Gardiner’s Place

G

 

Bridget Geraghty, 6 Harcourt St

Bridie and Nora Gleeson, 5O Lower Dominick St

Margt Gleeson, 50 Lr Dominick St

Cecilia Gallagher, 23 Lt Pembroke

Mrs Gordon, 8 Lansdowne Tr

H

Mrs Humphries, (sic) Ailesbury Road

Kitty Harper, Kildare Cottage, Dillon Pl (Harpur in O'Sullivan' book. Sister of a Free State soldier.)

Eileen Hoyne, 69 S C Rd (emigrated to the USA)

J

Dolly Jeffares, 7 Grove Av, Blackrock

Connie Jenkins, 17 Old Kilmainham
Kathleen Johnston, Rosemount TrBooters

K

May Kearns 87 Foley St

L

Nellie Lambert, Old Bridge House, Miltown

Harriet Lavery
Mamie Lavery, 13 N Earle St

(The Laverys were mother and daughter)

Jennie Lynch, 11 Upper Camden St

M

Kitty Maher, Botanic Dairy

Mary Mahon, Foster St

Mary Malone, New St

Cissie Moloney, 63 Foley Street
Bessie Moloney
Kathleen Moloney, 136 Leinster Road

Mona Morrissey, 6 High St

Florrie M’Garry, 17 Carlisle St
Mrs Reid 21, Carlisle St

Sadie M’Gee, 32 Blackhall Place

May M’Donnell, 12 Holles St
Teresa M’Bride, 13 Holles
May Harris, 5 Holles Place

Annie M’Keon, 117 Strand Road, Sandymount

Alice MacNamara, 1 Grove Av, Harold’s Cross

Peg Medlar, Adelaide Rd

Eileen Moran, 3 So Richmond St
Peg Murphy, 20 Hope St
Constance Murphy, Garville Av

N

Jennie Nagle, Cabra Rd (see page 166 re the killing of Sheila Nagle's brother, George, on 8 April).

Teresa Nally, 18 Mary St

O

Lily O’Brennan, 44 Oakley Rd (sister in law of Eamonn Ceannt)

Mrs O’Brien, Ely Pl

Margt O’Brien, 6 Church St, Dalkey

Agnes O’Brien, 8 Milburn Avenue

Miss O’Brien 68, Albert Rd, Glenageary

Sadie O’Connell, 12 Bushy Park, Road

Kathleen O’Carroll, The Lawn Peters Place

Teresa O’Connell, 44 Oakley Rd

Rita O’Farrelly
Annie O’Farrelly, Oakley Vernon Av

Peg O’Flanagan, Blackrock Tech School

Mary O’Kelly, Harold’s Cross

Bridget O’Mullane, 73 Heystesbury St

Mrs O’Neill, 7 Park Terr Francis St (see page 167 re hunger strike by Annie O'Neill)

Miss O’Rahilly, Aylesbury Rd

Nora O’Shea, 134 Parnell St

Maura O’Toole, 9 Leinster Av (see page 162 re 14-year-old Mggie, O'Toole)
Jennie O’Toole, 9 Leinster Av

P

Kitty Penrose, 2 Fownes St

Molly Powell, 11 Mark St
Margt Spain, 11 Mark St

Maureen Power, 21 Ely Place

R

Bridget Reilly, 6 Temple Bar (see page 162 of book re ...Free State dogs who shot ...)

Elizabeth Robinson,
Sinead Robinson, Harold’s Cross

Helen Rossiter, 168 Rathgar Road
Rose Ryan, 2 Adelaide Road

S

Eileen Shelley, Loreto Hall
Matilda Simpson, Goose Green, Drumconda

Sheila Smith 59, Pembroke Cottages Donnybrook
Florence Sullivan, 246  No  Strand Rd

T

Maggie Timony, 5 Pembroke St, Irishtown

Annie Tucker, 1 Shelbourne Road

W

May Whelan, 17 Foster Cotts

Mrs Wilson, 49 Philipsburg Av

Mrs Joseph Grace Plunkett, 49 Philipsburg Av

The last two paragraphs of the newspaper article.

 


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