Since our report on the threatened demolition of 16 Moore Street, the final HQ of the 1916 leadership (HI 11.2, Summer 2003), the building has remained standing. However, despite a […]

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‘For the present I have said enough to indicate that when my father and mother married there came together two very widely remote traditions—English and Puritan and mechanic on the […]

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‘At the request of the Easter Week Memorial Committee, a number of persons who participated in the Easter Week Rising, 1916 . . . undertook the task of preparing an […]

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In his account of St Enda’s, of which he was a pupil and where he came to know Pearse intimately, Desmond Ryan said simply: ‘It is hardly within my province […]

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TG: Tell us a bit about your background. BM: I was typically London Irish. My father, John, came from a farming family with land at Tarelton and Inchigeelagh, Co. Cork. […]

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