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Due to the ever increasing size of the Rebellion Participants page I have divided the list into the various Garrisons and out-posts which can be found under the Rebellion Participants link on the left.


The list below contains the names of the 1916 Rising Participants listed in the location or out-post they served in. Further information on the person may be contained under the location heading links on the left under Rebellion Participants.


General Post Office and O'Connell Street

Adrien Mary
Agnew Arthur P
Barry Leslie Mary
Begley David Timothy
Behan James
Behan Michael
Bermingham Andrew J
Bermingham John Joseph
Billings Joseph
Bird Patrick
Boland Edmund
Boland Harry
Boland Michael
Bolger John
Bourke David J
Boylan John
Bracken Joseph
Bracken Peadar
Brady Michael
Breen Liam
Brennan James Michael
Brennan-Whitmore William
Brophy Daniel
Brophy Thomas
Bryan Thomas
Bulfinn Eamonn
Burke Bartholomew
Burke Frank
Burke Nicholas
Byrne Catherine (Rooney)
Byrne Christopher
Byrne Edward
Byrne James
Byrne James
Byrne John C
Byrne Louis
Byrne Lucy Agnes
Byrne Patrick j
Byrne Peter S
Byrne Thomas F
Caddell Patrick
Caffrey John
Caffrey Matthew
Caldwell Patrick
Callan Joseph
Canny Daniel
Carmichael Bernard
Carney Winifred
Carpenter Peter
Carpenter Walter P
Carrigan Charles (Corrigan)
Carrigan James
Carroll Patrick
Carroll Peter
Cassels James
Cassidy James Philip
Chadwick Mrs May
Clarke Thomas J
Clinch PJ
Coade Seán
Coate John
Cole Sean
Colgan Patrick (Padraic O' Colgain)
Colley Henry (Harry)
Collins Michael
Connaughton Patrick
Connolly Brigid
Connolly James
Connolly Roderick James
Conroy Andrew
Conroy Herbert
Conway Sean Joseph
Conway Winifred
Cooper John Dutton
Corbally Laurence
Corbally Richard
Corbally Thomas
Corrigan James
Cosgrave Edward K.I.A.
Courtney Daniel
Cowley Michael
Coyle Harry
Craven Thomas
Cremen Michael
Crimmins Thomas
Cripps Joseph A
Crofts Gerard
Croke Michael
Croke Thomas
Cullen William F
Cummins Mark Joseph
Cummins Tom
Dalton Patrick
Daly Denis
Daly Liam
Daly Seamus
Davitt Daniel
de Burca Aoife
Deegan Máire
de Paor Nancy Doctor
de Stainera Michael
Dennany Patrick
Derham Joseph
Devereux Patrick
Devine Francis
Devine Thomas W
Devoy James Joseph (Seamus)
Donnelly Charles
Donnelly Patrick
Dore Eamon T
Dore Mrs Nora Daly
Dowling Michael
Doyle Edward
Doyle John Joseph
Doyle John
Doyle John
Doyle Peter
Drury Patrick Joseph
Duffy Edward
Duffy Joseph
Dunne Francis
Dunne John
Dunne Joseph
Dunne Thomas
Dwyer Michael
Dyas Albert
Early John
English Maire
English Patrick
Ennis Thomas
Finegan Michael
Fitzgerald Desmond
Fitzharris John J
Fitzpatrick Andrew J
Flanagan Matthew
Flanagan Reverend John CC
Flynn Ignatius
Fogarty Thomas
Foley Michael Patrick
Fox Michael
Frick Bernard
Furlong Andrew
Gahan Joseph
Gallagher Patrick
Galligan Paul
Gannon Harry
Garland Patrick
Gavan John J
Gethings Lucie
Gibson Richard
Giffney Michael
Gleeson Joseph

Gleeson Martin
Gogan Richard P
Good Alfred
Harris Thomas
Hayes JJ
Healy Richard
Heffernan Michael
Hegarty Sean
Henderson Frank
Higgins Frederick P
Higgins Peter
Hoey Patricia
Holohan Hugh Aloysius
Hughes Patrick
Hughes T
Hutchinson Joseph
Hynes John F
Inglis Frainne
Jackson P
Jenkinson Margaret nee Walsh
Jones Thomas
Joyce Brian
Kavanagh Seamus
Kealy John
Kearney Thomas
Kearns Hubert
Keating Con
Keeling Christopher
Kelly Barber, Kathleen J
Kelly Edward
Kelly frank
Kelly John
Kelly Joseph
Kennan Austin
Kennedy Luke
Kenny Henry Vincent
Kenny James
Kenny John
Kenny Michael
Keogh Bernard
Keogh Michael
Kerr Sean
Kerwan P
Killeen Robert
Kilmartin P
King Daniel
King George
King John
King Patrick
King Samuel
Knightly Michael
Doran Bridget (Lambert)
Lawless Edward
Lawless Mary
Leahy Thomas
Ledwith Joseph
Lee Hugh
Lee Joseph
Lemass Noel
Lemass Sean F
Lynch Diarmuid
Lynch John
Lynch martin
Lynch Patrick Leo
McAuliffe Gearoid
McCabe Kevin J
McCleane William J
MacCraic Michael
McCrea Patrick
McDermott Rory
MacDiarmada Sean
McDonagh Joseph
McDonnell John
MacDowell Maeve C
McElligott J J
McEntagart John
McEntee Sean
McEvoy Dominick
McEvoy Thomas
McGallogly James
McGallogly John
McGarry Sean
McGinley C
McGinley Liam
McGinley Patrick
McGinn Conway
McGinty Mrs L nee Burke
McGowan Seamus
McGrane Christopher
McGrath Patrick J (junior)
McGrath Patrick J (senior)
McGrath Thomas
Macken Frank
MacKey Leo
MacKey Michael
MacLaughlin Mary
MacMahon Patrick
McMahon Donal
McMahon Sean
McManus Patrick
MacMullen Brian
McNally John
MacNeive Liam
McParland frank
McPartlin Peter C
MacSharry M nee Fagan
Madden Sean
Maguire John (Jack)
Maguire Matthew
Mahon Patrick
Mahon P J
Mahon Thomas
Malone J J
Mangan Thomas
Manning Henry
Mapotar Maire
Mairé Louis
Mason Thomas
Meagher Patrick
Mhíc Ruidigh Sorcha
Milroy Sean
Mooney Patrick
Moore Edward J
Mulcahy Mary J
Mulligan Andrew
Mulvey W P
Mulvihill Michael
Murphy Charles
Murphy Fintan
Murphy Mrs Gertie
Murphy Kathleen
Murphy Martha
Murphy Michael
Murphy Michael
Murphy R J
Murphy Stephen
Murray Eileen
Murray P J
Murray Thomas
Murtagh Francis
Ni Ainle, Maire
Ni Dhubhthaigh, Luise G
Ni Foghludha, Nora
Ni Riain, Aine
Noone Mrs Ellen
Norgrove Frederick
Norton James
Nugent Michael
Nugent Patrick
Nunan John (Noonan)
Nunan Ernest (Noonan)


O Bhaonain Seamus
O Briain Eoghan
O Briain Tomas
O’Brien John
O’Brien Matt
O’Brien Michael
O Buachalla Domhnall
O’Byrne James
O’Byrne James
O Caoimh Padraig
O’Carroll Kevin
O Ceallaigh Eamonn
O Cearbhail Peadar
O’Connell Mary
O’Connor James
O’Connor Johnny
O’Connor Patrick
O’Connor Peter
O Donnchadha Tomas (O’Donoghue O'Donohoe).
O’Farrell Elizabeth
O’Gorman Liam
O’Hanrahan Mary
O’Higgins Annie
O'Keeffe Patrick (ÓCaoimh, Pádraig)
O’Kelly Fergus F
O’Kelly Joseph
O’Kelly Sean T
O’Mahony Eamon J
O’Mahony Matthew
Oman George
O’Moore Donough
O Mordha Padraig
O Murchadha Peadar
O Murchu Miceal
O’Neill James
O’Neill John
O’Neill John
O’Neill Maire
O’Neill Seamus
O Nunain Sean
O’Rahilly The
O Raogain Liam
O’Reilly Cathleen
O’Reilly J K
O’Reilly John
O’Reilly Joseph
O’Reilly Mary (Mrs Corcoran)
O’Reilly M W
O’Reilly Thomas
O Riain Liam
O Riain Seamus (Dr Jim Ryan)
O’Sullivan Gearoid
O’Sullivan James
O’Sullivan Laura Daly
O’Tool William
Parnell Matthew
Pearse P H
Pearse William
Pedlar Liam
Plunkett John (Jack)
Plunkett Joseph Mary
Plunkett Seoirse (George)
Poole Vincent.
Price Sean
Purcell C
Quinn Margaret
Rafferty Mrs M J nee Stapleton
Rankin Patrick
Redmond Andy
Redmond Annie
Redmond James
Reid John
Reilly Matthew
Reynolds John R
Reynolds Molly
Reynolds Peter J
Richards Bridie
Ridgeway Harry
Ring Christopher
Ring Joseph
Ring Patrick
Robinson Seamus
Roche Thomas J
Roche William
Rossiter C
Roth Thomas
Ryan Oliver
Ryan Phyllis
Ryan Thomas
Saurin Charles
Savage Martin
Scollan J J
Scullin Francis
Scullin Patrick
Seville James
Sexton James
Sheridan Francis (Frank)
Sheridan James
Shields Arthur
Shortis Patrick
Simpson Tilley
Slater Birdie (nee Walsh)
Slattery Peader
Slevin Mrs M J nee Stapleton
Smith Charles
Smyth Lucy (Mrs Tom Byrne)
Stafford Brooks, Christine
Stanley Joseph
Steinmayer Charles
Stephenson Patrick J
Stritch Jim
Stynes Mrs Ellin nee Lambert
Supple Padraig
Swan Anthony
Sweeney James
Sweeney Joseph
Sweeney Patrick
Tallon Christopher
Tallon James
Tannam Liam
Thornton Frank
Thornton Hugh
Thornton Patrick
Tobin Annie (Mrs Soalfield)
Toomey Joseph
Toomey Stasia (Mrs S Byrne)
Traynor Oscar
Treston Cathleen
Trimble Joseph
Tuohy Dr J J
Tuohy Patrick
Turner Cormac
Turner Francis
Turner Joseph
Twamley John J
Tyrrell Timothy
Ui Faoithe, Brigid Bean
Ui Glasam, Veronica (nee Ni Riain)
Wade Michael
Walker Charles
Walpole R H
Walsh Christopher
Walsh Edward
Walsh, James Joseph
Walsh Mark
Wardock James
Weafer Patrick
Weafer Thomas
Wheatley Thomas
Whelan Joseph
White John J
White Michael
Willis Henry
Wisely Esther (Mrs S O’Moore)
Wren James


Boland's Mills
Banks Henry
Banks Sean
Bermingham John
Boylan Stephen
Barcken John
Bracken John Junior
Breen Sean
Brennan Patrick
Brennan Patrick
Breslin Toby
Brown William
Browne James
Browne William
Burton Frederick
Byrne Andrew Joseph K.I.A.
Byrne Christopher
Byrne Denis
Byrne Dermot
Byrne Henry
Byrne John
Byrne Joseph
Byrne Michael
Byrne Michael
Byrne Michael
Byrne Patrick
Byrne Patrick
Byrne Peter
Byrne Thomas
Byrne William

Carberry Christopher
Carroll Dudley
Casey (Alfred) Leo
Cassidy Thomas
Christian William
Coates Peter
Colgan Daniel
Collins Charles Tottenham
Conroy William
Cooper Robert
Cosgrave John
Costello Séan (John) (AKA Joseph) K.I.A.
Coyne Thomas
Cullen John Christopher
Cullen Michael
Curran Joseph Michael

Daly James
de Valera Eamon
Donnelly Simon
Donovan Michael
Doogan John
Doyle David
Doyle James Joseph
Doyle James Henry
Doyle John William
Doyle Michael
Doyle Patrick
Doyle Patrick
Doyle Seamus
Dunne John (Sean O Duinn)

Ennis Edward

Finn Timothy
Fitzgerald James
Fitzgerald Leo
Fitzgerald Thomas
Fitzgerald Wm
Flanagan Patrick
Fleming Michael
Flynn John A
Fullam Thomas

Gill James T
Gordon Edward
Grace, James Joseph
Griffin Martin
Guilfoyle Joseph

Henry James
Hickey Michael
Humphreys Richard
Jackson Francis
Jackson Joseph

Kavanagh James
Kavanagh Liam
Kavanagh Peadar
Kelly Patrick
Kelly Richard
Kelly Thomas
Kenny Charles
Kinsella John
Kirwan Edward

Lalor Eamon
Leonard Edward
Leonard Patrick
Liffiroi Leo
Lyons Geo A

Mac an Bhaird Padraig
McArdle Owen
McBride Patrick
McCabe Liam
McCaibe Liam
McCabe Patrick
McCarthy Bernard
McCarthy Michael
McDermott Joseph
McDermott Sean
McDonnell Andrew
McDowell Cathal
McDowell Patrick
McEffoy Sean
MacGhaill Padraig
Mac Giolla Bhridge, Padraig
Mac Giollaphol Sean
Macken Peader
MacMahon Sean
Mac Uinseann Sean
Mallon James
Malone Michael
Malone Robert
Martin Joe
Meagher Michael
Meagher Patrick
Merriman Michael
Molloy Joseph
Mullen, Murtagh Patrick
Murphy Christopher J
Murphy John J
Murphy Liam
Murphy Richard
Murray Frank
Murray Michael
Murray Seamus
Nolan P


Nolan Patrick
Nugent John
Nugent Joseph
O’Brien William
O Broin Liam
O’Byrne Joseph
O’Byrne Tom
O Caomhanaigh Michael
O’Connor Joe
O’Connor Joseph
O Cuirbre Cristoir
O’Donoghue Denis
O Duinn Sean
O’Grady
O’Hanlon John
O hAodha A
O’Keeffe Sean
O Leannain Michael
O'Mara Peter
O Meadra Peader
O’Neill Andrew
O’Reilly Christopher
O’Reilly Patrick
O’Rourke Thomas
O Scolaige Tomas
O’Shea Sean
O’Treacy Seamus

Pearle Richard
Peate Thomas
Peelo Denis
Pender James
Porter Owen
Power Patrick
Purfield James

Quin Thomas
Quinn Sean

Raftis Liam
Redican James
Reid John J
Reid Patrick
Reynolds George
Roe Patrick
Roe William C
Rownan William
Ryan Cornelius

Smith Albert (Smyth)
Smith William (Smyth)
Stanley Liam
Stokes John J

Tannam Miceal
Thompson Alexander
Traynor Thomas
Tubridy Mortimer

Walker John
Walsh James
Walsh Thomas
Waters James
Whelan Patrick
Williams Patrick
Woodcock William


Cabra Bridge
Blanchfield, Thomas Patrick
Brennan Maurice
Canny Joseph
Corless Patrick John
Cusack John

Daly Patrick J
Dempsey James
Dunne Patrick
Faulkiner John (Faulkner)


McArdle John
McDermott Patrick
O Higgins James
O’Reilly Samuel P

City Hall
Barrett Mrs Kathleen
Brady Brigid (Murphy)
Brady Christopher
Byrne John
Byrne John
Byrne Louis
Byrne Patrick

Connolly George
Connolly Matthew
Connolly Sean
Coyle Thomas

Daly Thomas
Darcy Charles (D'Arcy)
Delaney Michael

Elmes E

Farrell Denis
Finlay John
Flynn Kathleen


Geoghegan George

Halpin William
Halpin William
Hanratty Mrs Emily

Kain Thomas
Kelly Bessie
King Arthur
King George
King S

Lambert James

McDonnell James
Molony John
Mullally Michael

Nelson Thomas
Nolan John


Norgrove Alfred George
Norgrove Annie

O’Duffy Brigid (nee Davis)
O’Dwyer James
O’Keeffe John C
O’Leary Philip
Oman William
O’Reilly John
O’Reilly John

Poole John

Seery James
Sexton Michael
Shanahan Jennie

Walsh Thomas
Williams, Patrick Joseph
Winstanley Henry


The Four Courts
Allen Mary (nee Murray)
Allen Thomas
Archer Liam
Ashton William Francis

Barrett Benedict
Beaslai Piaras
Beggs Robert
Bent John
Bevan Charles S
Bevan James
Bevan Joseph
Bevan Thomas J
Bibby, Father Albert OMC
Bird James
Blackburn Kathleen nee Kenny
Blanchfield Peter
Brabazon Joseph
Breslin James
Breslin Peadar
Breslin Thomas
Bridgeman Edward
Burns James
Butler George
Byrne Ambrose
Byrne Bernard Christopher
Byrne Charles Bernard
Byrne John
Byrne Laurence
Byrne Mary
Byrne Patrick
Byrne Sean
Byrne Seamus
Byrne Teresa nee Healy
Byrne William

Cahill James
Callender Ignatius
Campbell M J
Carroll Robert (O'Carroll)
Carron Maire
Casey Hugh
Cassidy Thomas
Catlin, John Patrick
Clancy Peadar
Clarke James
Cody Sean
Coffey Joseph
Coghlan Francis X
Cole Thomas
Coleton Elizabeth nee Murnane
Collins Maurice
Comber Eamon
Condron Luke
Conroy James Patrick
Conroy James (Senior)
Coogan Patrick Vincent
Cooling Joseph
Copeland Mgt nee Byrne
Cosgrave Michael
Edward Costello KIA
Costigan Nellie nee Ennis
Cox Redmond
Coyle William
Cullen Joseph
Cullen Thomas

Daly Edward
Daly Patrick
Darker William (Michael)
Darling Luke
Delaney Henry
Delemere Edward
Dempsey James
Derham Michael
Dervin Paul
Doggett Christopher
Domican John
Donohoe Robert
Donohoe Sylvester
Dowling Andrew
Dowling James Thomas
Dowling John
Dowling Thomas
Doyle John
Doyle Thomas
Drennan William
Duffy Christopher
Duggan Eamon J
Duggan May nee Kavanagh
Dunn/Dunne Thomas

Dwan, John

Edwards Michael
Ellis Sean

Fagan John
Fagan Michael
Fahy Anna
Fahy Frank
Farrell John
Farrell Patrick
Farrell Thomas
Farrelly Christopher
Farrelly Sean
Farren Stephen
Feeney Gerald
Fitzpatrick Denis
Flood Sean
Fogarty John
Fogarty Patrick
Forde Sean
Foy Frederick
Frawley Denis

Gahan Mathew
Gaynor Arthur

Geraghty Sean
Gilsenan Patrick
Graham James
Green Patrick
Griffith William
Grimley Michael
Halpin John
Halpin Peadar
Harding Frank
Harnett Alf
Hamill Thomas
Healy Cathleen
Healey Peadar
Henderson Thomas
Hendrick Edward
Hendrick James Joseph
Heron Aine
Hogan P J
Hogan William Conor
Howard Con
Howard Sean
Howlett Michael
Hurley Sean
Hyland Thomas
Hynes Sean

Kavanagh James
Kavanagh James
Kearns Patrick
Keating Mary Pauline nee Morkan
Kelly Joseph
Kelly Michael
Kelly Patrick
Kennedy Sean
Kennedy James J
Kennedy John
Kenny John
Kenny John

Laffan Nicholas
Lawlor Mary nee O’Carroll
Lawlor Frank
Lawlor Larry
Lawlor Sean
Ledwith Emily nee Elliott
Ledwith Peter
Leggett Robert
Lennon Nicholas
Leonard Joseph (Richard)
Lowe Arnold
Lynch Gilbert
Lyons Charles
Lyons Edward
Lyons John E

Mac an Bhaird, Gilbert
McCabe Frank
McCann Thomas J
McCormack Christopher J
McCormack John
McDonnell Thomas
McDonough Joseph
McEvatt Louis
McGill Joseph
McGuinness Catherine
McGuinness Joseph
McGuinness Rose
Macken Patrick
McKeon Brigid nee Murrane
McKeon Owen
McKeon William
McLoughlin Peter
Mac Meachtaigh, M
MacMearmar, Maighnas
McMenarigh Joseph
McNally Francis
MacNamara Patrick
MacNamara James
McNestry Patrick
McNulty Michael
McNulty Peadar
McQuaile May nee Moloney
Magee Michael
Maguire Thomas
Manning Peadar
Martin Kathleen
Mason Frank
Mason G
Meade Henry
Meade Walter
Meade William
Merrigan Michael
Merrigan Thomas
Mooney Patrick
Morkan Eamon
Morkan Phyllis
Mulkearns James J
Mullen Peter
Mulligan Margaret
Munroe Thomas J
Murnane Liam
Murnane Margaret nee Martin
Murphy Bernard
Murphy Eileen nee Walsh
Murphy Francis Charles
Murphy Hubert J
Murphy Martin
Murphy Michael
Murphy Michael
Murphy William
Murphy Joseph M
Murtagh Laurence J
Murtagh Patrick
Musgrave Denis J


Neary Denis
Neilan Arthur
Nevin Patrick
Ni Briain Eilis nee Elliot
Noonan Christopher (Nunan)
O Braonain Eamonn
O’Brien John
O Briain Sean
O Briain Thomas
O’Brien Michael
O’Brien Patrick
O’Brien Patrick
O Canain Tomas
O’Carroll Annie nee O’Keeffe
O’Carroll Mary nee O’Sullivan
O’Carroll Michael
O’Carroll Sean
O Ceallachain Donnchadh
O Cearbhaill Liam
O Cearbhaill Peadar
O’Conaill Mort (Mortimer O’Connell)
O Conallan M
O’Connor John
O’Connor John S
O’Connor Patrick J
O’Dea Michael
O’Doherty Fionan
O’Doherty Liam
O Donnabhain Conn (Cornelius O'Donovan)
O’Duffy Sean M
O’Flanagan Francis
O’Flanagan George
O’Flanagan Maurice
O’Flanagan Michael
O’Flanagan Patrick
O Foghludha Michael
O’Gorman Liam
O’Gorman Mary Christina nee Hayes

O’Hanlon Bernard
O’Hanlon Patrick
O hEigeartaigh Diarmuid
O’Kelly Michael
O’Leary Patrick Joseph
O Loingsigh Miceal
O Loinsigh Fionan (Lynch)
Oman Robert
O’Moore Sean
O Murchadha Brian
O Murchadha Cristoir
O Murchadha Michael
O’Neill Joseph
O’Neill Michael
O’Neill Patrick Francis
O’Neill William
O Nuallain Tomas
O’Reardan Michael
O’Reilly Luke J
O’Reilly Peter
O’Reilly Thomas
O Riain Liam S (William Ryan).
O Scollaighe Michael
O Sullivan James

Parker Bernard
Parker Ellen nee O’Flanagan
Plunkett James P Pollard Frank D
Pollard Louisa nee O’Sullivan
Pollard Stephen
Prendergast Sean

Rawley Albert Sylvester
Regan Laurence
Reid Sean
Reynolds Joseph Francis
Richmond John
Roache Joseph
Roche Michael Joseph
Ryan William

Sanders Michael
Scully William
Sheely Charles
Sheerin Thomas P
Sheridan James
Sheridan John
Shiels Henry (Harry)
Shouldice Frank
Shouldice Jack
Siupteal Liam
Smart Thomas
Stephenson Mary
Swan Patrick
Sweeney Joseph

Thornton Brigid nee Lyons
Tierney Michael
Tobin Liam
Tobin Michael
Travers Edward

Ui Chonnallan Martin (Martin Conlon)
Ui Chonnallan, Peig Bean
Ui Conaill Eilis nee Ni Riain
Walsh James
Walsh Philip
Ward George
Ward Sean
Whelan George
Williams John J
Wilson Mark
Yourell Thomas


Jacob's Factory
Barrett James
Barrett William
Begley Joseph
Bermingham John
Berry William
Blake William L
Boland Gerald
Boyne John
Brady Francis
Brady James Joseph
Brady Patrick
Brennan James
Brennan Laurence
Breslin Patrick
Brien John
Buckley William J
Burke Thomas
Byrne Joseph
Byrne Joseph John
Byrne Vincent
Byrne William

Cahalan Patrick.
Cahill Arthur John
John Callaghan
Carberry James
Carney Francis Joseph
Casey James Joseph
Chambers Daniel
Christie Peter
Clarke Robert John
Colbert Sean
Comerford Andrew
Cotter Joseph
Cotter Richard
Cotter Tomas
Cullen Peter
Cunningham James

Daly William Joseph
Darcy James
Darcy Patrick Leo
Davys Richard Patrick
de Bruin Seosamh
Deegan Maire
Deegan Sean
Devine Frederick Victor
Dolan Peter
Doyle Patrick
Doyle Thomas
Donnelly John
Drumm Thomas
Duggan Francis (Frank)

Ellis Samuel
Ennis Christopher
Ennis Michael

Farrell James
Farrelly Christopher
Fitzpatrick Michael
Furlong John
Furlong Mathew

Gahan Tadhg
Gleeson Doctor P (aka D P )
Goulding Charles
Goulding James
Grattan Richard
Gregory John

Hunter Thomas

Joyce John
Joyce Joseph James

Kavanagh Daniel
Kavanagh Patrick
Kealy Sara
Kearns Frank
Kearns John
Kearns Joseph
Kearns Tom
Kelly Henry
Kelly John E
Kenny James
Keogh Thomas
King Sean
Lake John Watson
Lane Edward
Lane Kathleen nee McCarthy
Lanigan Patrick
Lawless M
Long Patrick
Losty Thomas
Love Michael
Lynch Sean
Lynch William
Lyons Edward

MacAodha Saoirse
McBride John
MacDiabhis Risteard
McDermott Owen
MacDonagh John
MacDonagh Thomas
McDonnell Matthew
McDonnell Patrick
McEvoy Patrick
McGlure John
McGrane Thomas
McGrath Daniel
McKee Richard
MacMahon Bernard J
McParland James
Magee Teresa
Maher William
Manning Patrick
Meade Michael
Meade Owen
Meldon John
Meldon Thomas
Molloy Richard
Moran Patrick
Mullen Martin
Murphy John J

Nic Siubhlaigh Maire
Nolan Patrick

O Beolain Gearoid
O’Byrne Patrick
O’Carroll James Joseph
O’Carroll James
O’Carroll Richard
O Casaigh Seamus
O Cathalain Padraig
O'Ceallacáin Seán (John O'Callaghan)
O Ceallaigh Padraig
O Ceallaigh Seosamh S
O Cearnaigh Peader
O'Colgáin Michael (Michael Colgan)
O’Connell Patrick
O Cortain Michael
O’Donnell Christopher
O’Donnell James
O’Grady John
O’Hagan Annie

O’Hagan Hugh
O’Hanrahan Edward
O’Hanrahan Henry
O’Hanrahan Joseph
O’Hanrahan Michael
O’Hanrahan O’Reilly, Lily
O hAodh Michael
O hAodha Seamus
O’Malley Christopher
O Maoilfinn Seamus
O Murain Seamus
O’Neill Cecilia nee Conroy
O’Reilly Patrick
O’Reilly Thomas
O Riordain Domhnall
O’Rorke Frederick
O’Rourke John
O’Rourke Michael
O’Ruairc Sean T
O’Ruairc Tomas
O’Shea Dermot
O’Shea James
O’Torma Seosamh

Phelan Michael J
Pollard Josephine nee Daly
Pollard Kathleen nee McDonald
Pounch James S
Price Eamon
Pugh Thomas

Redmond Patrick
Redmond William J
Reynolds John A
Roche Sean
Roe Richard
Rooney Patrick
Ryder John
Ryder William

Slater Michael
Slater Thomas
Slater William
Slattery James
Smyth Michael
Somers Daniel Charles
Stapleton William James
Stokes Dick
Sweeney P Emmet

Turner John
Tyrrell Andrew

Ui Dalaigh Liam

Walker J
Walker Michael
Walsh John
Walsh Patrick
Ward George
Ward Nicholas
Whelehan Christopher
Williams Henry J
Williams Peter


Magazine Fort
Begley Daniel J
Boland Patrick James
Dempsey James
Gilligan Bob
Holohan Patrick Hugh

Marié Louis
Martin Christopher
Martin Eamon
Murphy John

Murray Edward Joseph
Ó Briain Sean
O’Daly Patrick (Pádraig Ua Dalaigh)
O hUallachain Gearoid
Roche Timothy

Marrowbone Lane
Adams John

Bailey Patrick J
Bowman Joseph
Breathnach Seamus
Burke Matthew
Butler Christopher
Butler James
Byrne Alphonsus
Byrne Christopher
Byrne Frank
Byrne James
Byrne Kate
Byrne Michael
Byrne Michael
Byrne Patrick
Byrne Patrick

Carty Thomas
Clarke Joseph
Clince Maria nee Quigley
Colbert Con
Cooney O’Brien Annie
Cooney Elizabeth (Lillie)
Corcoran Joseph
Corrigan James
Cosgrave Philip
Cullen John

Darcy John Francis
Dempsey William
Downey Joseph
Doyle Christopher
Doyle Joseph Francis
Doyle May nee Byrne
Doyle Thomas J
Doyle Thomas
Dunne Dennis K
Dunne Patrick J
Dwyer Michael

Edwards John

Farrelly Rose nee Mullally
Fitzpatrick James
Foley William

Gay Thomas
Greene Josephine nee Kelly
Grehan James


Harbourne, Eileen Cooney
Harbourne Patrick
Harbourne Sean
Harman Patrick
Harmon Brigid nee Hegarty
Hendley Emily nee O’Keeffe
Holland Daniel
Holland Robert
Holland Walter

Judge John Patrick

Kavanagh James
Kavanagh Martin
Kavanagh Priscilla nee Quigley

Kavanagh Thomas
Kelly William
Kennedy Joseph P
Kennedy Margaret
Kenny James
Kenny Kieran
Keogh John
Kerrigan Owen
Keys John

Lamb Patrick
Leigh James
Liston Michael
Lynch Sighle nee O’Hanlon

McCabe Edward
McCabe Michael B
McCabe Peter
McCabe William
McCarthy Patrick
MacDiarmuid Lughaidh
McEvoy Christopher
McGavan Josephine
McGrath Joseph
McGrath Patrick
McGrath Patrick
McGrath Sean
McKenna Bernard
McNamara Rose
McNamee Agnes
MacNeill Diarmuid
Marrinan Edward
Mason D H
Morgan John
Mullen Martin
Mullen Patrick

Murphy Francis
Murphy Kathleen
Murphy Seamus
Murphy Thomas
Murray Gabriel B
Murray Harry S
Nolan George

O’Brennan Lily M
O Briain Donncada
O’Brien Patrick
O’Brien Laurence
O’Brien Peadar
O Broin Padraig
O’Byrne Hugh
O’Byrne Sean
O’Caomhanaighe Tomas
O’Carroll Joseph
O’Connell James
O Duinn Peadar
O’Gorman John J
O’Gorman Joseph
O’Hagan James
O’Hanlon Mollie
O’Neill Edward
O’Neill Jos
O’Neill Michael
O’Riordan Michael
O’Rourke Patrick
O’Toole John

Pairceir Henry
Pender Henry
Power Arthur
Power Joseph
Power Liam

Roche William

Saul John
Simmons Margaret nee O’Flaherty
Spicer Josephine

Teehan James
Troy Daniel
Troy Patrick

Venables omas

Walsh James
Walsh Patrick
White Michael

Young Eamon Christopher
Young Patrick J
Young Robert
Young Thomas

Mendicity Institute
Balfe Richard C
Brennan James J
Brooks Frederick John

Clarke John
Coleman Richard
Crenigan James
Cullen John Francis

Derrington Seán
Derrington William (Liam)

Harrington Sean
Heuston Sean

Kelly Patrick
Kelly Richard
Levins George

Marks James
Meehan William

Norton Joseph

O Broin Seosamh S
O Ceallaigh Padraig

Harrington Sean
Heuston Sean

Kelly Patrick
Kelly Richard
Levins George

Marks James
Meehan William

Norton Joseph

O Broin Seosamh S
O Ceallaigh Padraig

Roe's Distillery
Bowles William P
Byrne George

Cunningham Michael

Dowling John (Sean)

Egan Patrick

Fagan William


Gaskin Henry
Gaskin Thomas
Gogan John Gerard

Haran D

Keely Sean
Keogh Martin

Nugent John

O’Grady Charles
O Murchadha Seamus

Quinn George J

Ward Bernard
Ward Patrick J
Ward Patrick


Saint Stephen's Green
Adams John
Alexander Nicholas

Bannon John
Barry John
Bermingham Peter
Bradley Luke
Bradley Patrick
Brougham James
Burke Edward
Buttner Patrick
Byrne Christopher
Byrne James
Byrne Joseph

Carton Eugene (Owen)
Caffrey-Keeley Christina
Campbell George
Carroll Michael
Chaney Patrick
Chaney William
Charlton Michael
Clarke Philip
Clifford Tom
Coates Peter
Connolly William Joseph
Conroy Eileen
Conroy John (Sean)
Corcoran James
Courtney Bernard
Craven Barney
Crothers Christopher
Cullen Patrick

Daniels Harry
de Coeur Robert
Devlin Ann (Anastasia)
Donnelly James

Donnelly Michael
Doyle Christina Mary
Doyle Dennis
Doyle Joseph
Doyle Sylvester Joseph
Duffy Patrick
Dunne Andrew
Dynan Christopher

Ffrench Mullen Madeleine

Fitzmaurice Gerard
Fox James
Fox James
Fox Patrick
Foy Martin
Fullerton George

Geraghty Eugene

Gifford Helen nee Donnelly
Goff Bridget

Hackett Rosie
Halpin William
Hampton James
Hendrick John Joseph
Henry Fred
Holden Patrick J
Hyland May

Jackson Peter
Joyce James
Joyce Mrs Maggie

Kavanagh Patrick
Keenan Thomas
Kelly John
Kelly John
Kelly Annie
Kelly James
Keogh James
King Martin

Lambert J
Lawlor Patrick J
Leddy Peter


Little James
Luke Edward

McArt Daniel
McCormick Richard
McDonnell William
McDonald John
MacGrath Peter P
Maguire James
MacMahon J
Mahon John
Mallin Michael

Mannering E
Markievicz Constance (Countess)
Monks Andrew
Moore May nee Wisely
Murphy Fred
Murray Daniel

Nicholls Harry
O Briain Liam
O Briain Liam
O'Brien Francis
O’Daly Nora
O’Daly Mrs Bridget nee Murtagh
O’Doherty Michael
O'Donoghue Henry Vincent
Tomás Ó Donnchadha (O’Donoghue O'Donohoe)
O’Kelly Michael
O’Leary David
O’Neill John
O’Neill Tim (Jim)
O’Reilly Joseph
O’Reilly Patrick
O’Shea Robert

Partridge William

Poole Christopher

Poole Patrick

Reynolds Percy
Robbins Frank
Ryan Frederick
Ryan Margaret

Seery John
Shannon Martin
Skinnider Margaret

Tuke Edward

South Dublin Union
Arnold James
Blinco Alfred

Boylan Thomas J
Brady Michael
Brugha Cathal
Burke Frank
Burke James J
Burke William Francis
Byrne Charles
Byrne Joseph
Byrne Joseph P
Byrne Liam

Carroll Bartholomew Leo
Carroll James
Ceannt Eamonn (Kent)
Coady William
Condron William
Cosgrave W T
Coughlan James John
Cullen Thomas
Curran William

Doherty John Joseph
Donelan Brendan
Doolan Joseph
Downey John
Doyle Gerald
Doyle Peadar

Evans Robert J

Farrell Michael
Ffrench Mullen, Douglas
Foran James

Gibson Edward
Gibson Michael
Glynn James

Irvine George

Joyce John V

Keegan Edward
Kelly Joseph F
Kenny James
Kerr Michael

MacCarthy Dan
McDowell William
McGlynn Sean
McKenna John
McMahon Daniel J
Maguire James
Moloney Patrick
Morrissey James
Morrissey Patrick S
Murphy John

O’Brien Denis
O’Brien Liam


O’Brien Stephen L
O’Corrigan William
O’Loughlin Patrick
O Florbheartaigh Liam
O Florbheartaigh Seamus
O’Reilly Patrick
O’Reilly Richard
O’Shaughnessy Sean
O'Shaughnessy Theobald
Owens Sean

Quinn James

Rigney Patrick Joseph
Russell James

Sears David
Sweeney Michael

Tracey Sean
Traynor Sean

Ward Peter
Whelan Richard


Enniscorthy
Balfe James
Balfe John
Bernie James
Barnes Michael
Bishop Thomas
Black Edward
Boland Patrick
Boyne John
Boyne William
Brady John
Breen John
Breen Joseph
Breen Mary
Breen Myles P
Brennan Robert
Burke Fintan
Butler George
Byrne Edward
Byrne John Joseph
Byrne Stasia
Cahill Michael
Cardiff Joseph John
Carley John
Carroll John (Jack)
Carroll Joseph
Carty Patrick
Cleary James
Coady Aidan
Coady James
Coady John
Coady Patrick
Colfer Mark
Connolly Thomas
Courtney Christopher
Courtney John
Courtney John
Courtney William
Crosby Gretta
Cullen James
Cullen James
Cushen Patrick
Davis John
Davis Michael
Devereux Eugene
Devereux Thomas
Donohoe Richard
Doolan James
Doran Denis
Doran John
Doran Michael
Doyle Alexander
Doyle Andrew
Doyle Andrew
Doyle Anthony
Doyle Brigid (Brigid Moore)
Doyle Charles
Doyle Daniel
Doyle James
Doyle James
Doyle John
Doyle Joseph
Doyle Laurence
Doyle Mary Ellen
Doyle Mary Kate
Doyle Michael
Doyle Patrick Joseph
Doyle Richard
Doyle Thomas
Doyle Thomas
Doyle Thomas
Doyle Thomas
Dunbar Martin
Dunne Edward
Dwyer Jack (John)
Dwyer James
Dwyer James
Earle Michael
Ennis James
Ennis Lily
Ennis Michael
Etchingham Sean R
Farrell Patrick
Fitzpatrick Maire
Fitzpatrick Patrick
Forrestal Joseph
Forrestal Margaret
Franklin John
French Alicia
Gallagher Seán
Garrett James J
Gilligan Peter Paul
Gleeson James
Goff Henry

Goodall James
Goodall Joseph
Gray Mary
Habernatty Henry
Healy James
Hearne May (Mary Ellen)
Hearne Thomas
Heavey Thomas
Hendrick Nicholas
Hendrick William
Heneghan Annie (Cardiff)
Hiney William
Holbrook Matthew
Howlin Patrick Joseph
Hughes John
Hyland Joseph
Hyland Matthew
Johnson Patrick
Jordan James
Jordan Michael
Jordan Sara (Walsh)
Kavanagh Patrick
Kavanagh William
Kearney Thomas
Keeffe Michael O'Keeffe
Keegan Ellen
Keegan Patrick
Keegan Teresa
Kehoe Josephine
Kehoe Michael Joseph
Kehoe Patrick J
Kelly James
Kelly John J
Kelly John P
King Margaret
King Richard Francis
Kinsella Peter
Kinsella Robert
Kirwan Michael
Larkin Ita (Forrestal)
Leacy Anastasia (Stasia)
Leacy James
Leacy John
Leacy Laurence
Leacy Owen
Lynch Sheila
Maguire Michael
Maher James
Maher Michael
Mahon William
McGrath Patrick
McGuire John Joseph
Meagher Thomas Francis
Moran Brigid Christina
Moran James Joseph
Moran Michael
Murphy Denis
Murphy Felix
Murphy Felix (Phelim)
Murphy James
Murphy James (Junior)
Murphy James
Murphy John
Murphy Kitty
Murphy Martin
Murphy Michael
Murphy Michael
Murphy Nicholas
Murphy Patrick
Murphy Patrick
Murphy Philip
Murphy Thomas
Murphy William J
Murphy Winifred
Noctor Brigid
Nolan Michael
O'Brien Denis
O'Brien Elizabeth
O'Brien James
O'Brien John Joseph
O’Brien Séamus (James)
O'Byrne Seán
O'Brien Thomas
O'Connor Daniel
O'Connor Dennis

O'Connor John (John Connors)
O'Connor Michael
O'Connor Philip
O'Dwyer Peter
O'Keeffe Arthur
O'Keeffe Patrick
O'Leary Liam (William)
O'Leary Michael
O'Leary Simon
O'Neill Aidan Mogue
O'Neill Annie
O'Neill Jeremiah
O'Neill John (Senior)
O'Neill John
O'Neill Laurence
O'Neill Michael
O'Neill Patrick
O'Neill Patrick
O'Neill Thomas
O'Neill William
O'Reilly John Joseph
O'Reilly John Joseph
O'Rourke Richard
O'Rourke William
O'Toole William
Pembroke James
Pender Bella (Elizabeth Breen)
Pender Stephen
Pierce Patrick
Quigley Thomas
Quirke William
Rafter Seámus
Rafter Thomas
Redmond Charles
Redmond Laurence
Redmond Owen Nicholas
Roban Myles
Roche Thomas
Ronan Patrick
Sheehan Patrick
Shiel Martin J
Sinnott Patrick
Sinnott Patrick
Sinnott Thomas D
Smith Loftus Herbert
Stokes Patrick Francis
Stokes Thomas
Sutton Michael
Sutton Thomas
Sunderland John
Thorpe William
Tobin Margaret
Tobin Patrick
Tóibín Pádraic (Patrick Tobin)
Tomkins Patrick
Tompkins John
Treanor Thomas
Tumbleton Patrick
Twomey Eileen
Tyrell Patrick
Wafer Patrick
Walsh James Joseph
Walsh Joseph
Walsh Margaret (Margaret Doran)
Walsh Patrick
Walsh Patrick
Ward Christina
Ward Katie
Webster John
Weafer John
Weafer Patrick
Whelan James
Whelan John
Whelan John (Ó'Faoláin, Seán)
Whelan Kathleen (Moran)
Whelan Patrick
Whelan Thomas
White Mary
Wildes Myles
Willis James
Wilson Edward
Wilson Joseph
Wilson Owen
Wilson Robert

Fingal Volunteers
Aungier Richard
Birney Patrick
Blanchfield Peadar
Blanchfield Thomas
Brogan Patrick
Connor James
Crenigan John
Devine John
Daly Francis (Frank)
Doyle Patrick
Doyle Thomas
Doyle William
Duke Richard
Duke Thomas Patrick
Fleming Michael
Golden Jeremiah
Grant Patrick (Paddy)

Hayes Dr Richard
Kelly James
Kelly Matthew
Kent Edmund
Lawless Colm
Lawless Frank
Lawless James Vincent
Lawless Joseph Vincent
Lawless Monica
McAllister Bernard
Maxwell Thomas
Moran Peter
Morgan John Eamon
Mulcahy Richard

Murphy Eamon (Éamonn)
Murphy Francis Ciaran
Norton William
Norton William
O'Ceallaigh Peadar (Peter Kelly)
Rafferty John
Rooney Edward Joseph
Seaver Thomas
Sherwin Patrick
Stafford Edward (Ned)
Taylor Joseph
Weston Bartholomew
Weston Charles
Adrian Molly
McAllister Kathleen

Galway
Allum Annie
Armstrong Kate
Athy Michael
Bane John
Barrett Christopher
Barrett James
Barrett Michael
Barrett Michael
Barrett Patrick
Barrett Thomas
Bindon John
Bindon Thomas
Blake Michael
Brennan Thomas
Brannelly Michael
Brannelly Thomas
Broderick Seán
Burke John
Burke John
Burke Joseph
Burke Martin
Burke Michael
Burke Michael
Burke Michael
Burke Patrick
Burke Patrick
Burke Peter
Burke Thomas
Burns James
Burns John
Burns John

Burns Michael
Burns William
Burns William
Byrnes Michael
Cahill William
Callanan Michael
Callanan Patrick
Callanan Thomas
Cannon James
Carr Patrick
Carrick Patrick
Casserly Martin Henry
Casserly Michael
Casserly Peter
Cauldfield Christopher
James Cleary
Cleary John
Cleary Thomas B
Cloonan Michael H
Cloonan Patrick Edward
Cloonan Thomas
Cloonan Timothy
Coady William
Coen Martin
Coen Thomas
Collins John
Collins John
Connell John
Connolly John
Connolly John
Connolly John

Connolly Martin
Connolly Robert
Connolly Terence
Commins Edward
Commins Edward
Conniffe Thomas Pat
Commins Michael
Commins Michael
Commins Michael
Commins Thomas
Commins Patrick
Commins William
Concannon John
Concannon Michael
Concannon Patrick
Corbett Dominick
Corbett Eamon
Corbett John
Corbett Joseph
Corcoran Edward
Corcoran Patrick
Corcoran Thomas
Corcoran William
Corcoran William
Corket Thady
Cormican Edward
Costello Martin
Costello Martin
Costello Michael
Costello Michael
Costello Patrick
Coyne Michael
Cullinan Patrick
Cunniff Thomas
Cunniffe Michael
Curran Francis
Daly John
Daly Patrick John
Dempsey Patrick
Deveney John
Divilly Thomas
Diviney Thomas
Doherty John Christopher
Donelan Patrick
Donohue Michael
Dooley Ellen (Kelly)
Doyle Patrick
Duggan Daniel
Duggan Henry
Duggan John
Duggan Thady
Duggan Thomas (Baby)
Dunleavy Michael
Dunleavy Patrick
Fahy Margaret (Cloonan)
Fleming Michael (Senior)
Fleming Michael
(Junior)
Freaney Michael T
Freaney Michael
Hanley John (Hanly)
Mahon John
Mahon John
McGill William
Ewart McNamara Mary
Mullins Gretta
Mullin Owen
Mullin Thomas
Nolan Bartley
Roche Julia
Ruane Martin
Ruane Michael
Ruane Thomas
Treacy Michael


Printers of the 1916 Proclamation.
William (Willie) O'Brien

Michael J. Molloy.
 Worked as a compositor for Independent Newspapers Limited, Irish Time and Sunday Time ECT, for 44 years, retiring in 1962. His father and son were involved in the newspaper industry in Ireland for many years.

Christopher Brady

There is no evidence that the Leaders signed a copy of the Proclamation. The Proclamation was printed in two halves. About 30 copies of the original Proclamation exist today.

Below is a list of people who fought or served in the Rising but were not part of a well known garrison.


Atkins Thomas R. Volunteer, C Company, 3rd Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1887 died on the 30th of November 1971, aged about 29 years old at the time of the Rising. He joined the Volunteers in 1914. On the Sunday before the Rising he was at 6 Harcourt Street when a gun belonging to Volunteer Joseph Clarke was accidently discharged, the bullet hit Thomas Atkins in the thigh. He sent what arms and ammunition he had to one of the outposts at Jacob’s and also reported information on British Forces to the Volunteers. He was arrested and imprisoned in 1917 for Illegal Parading and Military Drilling in the Dublin Mountains, he spent about a month in Mountjoy, eight days on hunger strike. He was again arrested in December 1919 and deported to Wormwood Scrubs he was released in June 1920 after a 21 day hunger strike. He served as Battalion and Brigade engineering staff officer and also as Brigade Police Officer from June to December 1920. He participated in a raid on Hayes, Conyngham & Robinsons, Grafton Street in 1918 and on the Irish Independent newspaper offices in 1919. He did not take part in the Civil War.


Brennan Michael. Brigade Staff Officer, Limerick Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1896 died on the 24th of November 1986, aged about 20 years old at the time of the Rising. Fought at Bunratty County Clare and County Limerick. As Limerick Brigade Staff Officer his orders for the Easter Rising were to mobilise East Clare Volunteers and detail men to assist the transportation of arms to be landed by the Aud through Ennis and North Clare up to Galway. He mobilised 100 men at Bunratty, County Clare before receiving the countermanding order. He attended a number of Limerick Irish Volunteer Brigade Staff meetings at which he and others including, Sean O Muirthuile, Johnny Sweeney and Tom McInerney attempted unsuccessfully to persuade Limerick Irish Volunteer leadership to either fight or give their arms to those wanting to fight. He also unsuccessfully attempted to make his way to Galway when he heard of rising in Galway and was arrested but released on a number of occasions by the R.I.C. during the week before finally being arrested by British Military on Saturday the 29th of April. He was subsequently interned until December 1916. He was deported to England in May 1917, imprisoned from July to December 1917 and also from February to December 1918. Appointed Officer Commanding the East Clare Brigade in January 1919 he served in that position and as Officer Commanding the Brigade Flying Column until the end of the War of Independence in July 1921 except for two months period recovering from wounding received in November 1920. He joined the National Army in February 1922 and during the subsequent Civil War he served for a time as Officer Commanding the 1st Western Division of the National Army, continuing to serve with the Defence Forces as Adjutant General from October 1925 to October 1928, as Inspector General from 1928 to 1931 and as Chief of Staff from October 1931 until January 1940. His brother Patrick also served see below.


Brennan Patrick. Carrigaholt Company, Limerick Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1892 died on the 27th of November 1986, aged 24 years old at the time of the Rising. Fought at Crusheen and Carrigaholt County Clare and Meelick County Limerick. He joined the I.R.B. in 1910. He joined the Irish Volunteers in London in 1914. On Friday the 21st of  April he carried despatches and relayed verbal orders intended for the Galway Brigade as well as the Crusheen and Ennis Battalions of the Irish Volunteers. His orders were to take the town of Listowel, County Kerry to allow the partial distribution there and further transportation by rail to Limerick of the arms to be landed from the Aud. Following this he was to hold Ennis in County Clare thereby allowing the further transportation by rail of arms to Galway. While in the process of mobilising Volunteers in Carrigaholt, County Clare, he received the countermanding order and returned to Limerick. Along with his brother Michael, he spent the remainder of the week endeavouring unsuccessfully to persuade Limerick Irish Volunteers leadership either to rise or to give their arms to them for use of Meelick, and Newmarket on Fergus, Irish Volunteers companies. He was detained after the Rising being released in December 1916. He served throughout the War of Independence and took the Pro-Treaty side in the Civil War. His brother Michael also served, see above.


Browne James. (Séamus de Brúin).  Volunteer, Knockavella Company, 3rd Battalion, Tipperary Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1899 died on the 21st of March 1980, aged about 17 years old at the time of the Rising. Fought in Cappanurra and Newpark County Tipperary areas. During the Rising he, along with Thomas Kearney, carried a despatch to Pierce McCann District Officer, Irish Volunteers and helped to cut telephone and telegraph lines, they were fired on by members of the R.I.C. outside Cashel, County Tipperary. He was   imprisoned from March to July 1918 and from January 1919 to early 1920 for possession of ammunition following the Solohead Beg ambush.


Bushell Ellen Sarah. Fianna Eireann attached F Company 4th Battalion Dublin Brigade. Born in 1884, aged about 32 years old at the time of the Rising. She was a Silk Weaver and employed as a Clerk at the Abbey Theatre box office. She served at Watkin’s Brewery in Ardee Street, Jacob’s Biscuit Factory, Jameson Distillery and the Royal College of Surgeons. She made kilts for the Fianna from 1910 and was a member of the Fianna executive in 1916. Her main activities were acting as a currier for Con Colbert. Her house was also used for meetings prior to the Rising and again for a period between 1920 and 1921 when she helped in the raid on the Abbey Theatre and her house was also used repeatedly as an arm dump, a safe house and was raided frequently. Before the Rising she made bandoliers for F Company using old Post Office mailbags. She served throughout the War of Independence providing for men on the run, collecting for the Prisoners Relief Fund and delivering and collecting dispatches. She did not take part in the Civil War.


Byrne Lillie. (Elizabeth Byrne) Inghinidhe na hÉireann Branch, Cumann na mBan. Born in 1887 died on the 1st of August 1975, aged about 29 years old during the Rising. Served at Mount Street, North King Street, Church Street, the G.P.O. and Father Matthew Hall. She joined Cumann na mBan in 1914. He house in Portland Row was used as an arms dump and during Easter Week she and her sister delivered arms and ammunition to King Street, Church Street and the G.P.O., while delivering arms they also delivered dispatches and reported British Military movements to the various posts they were visiting. She was not arrested after the surrender. She continued to serve up to the Truce. During the War of Independence her house was used as a drop for dispatches and to store first aid supplies. She did not serve during the Civil War.


Claffey Joseph. Not a member of any organisation. Born in 1882 died on the 7th of March 1943, aged about 34 years old at the time of the Rising. Employed as a guard on the Midland Great Western Railway he used his position to report troop movements to the Volunteers. He was not arrested or detained after the Rising. During the War of Independence he used his position as a railway employee to carry despatches and arms between Dublin and Sligo. Arrested in November 1920 he was interned until December 1921. In October 1922 he joined the National Army and served throughout the remainder of the Civil War. He was demobilised at the rank of Captain on the 7th of March 1924. He re-joined the Defence Forces as a Private in August 1924 and left again at the rank of Sergeant on the 16 August 1926. Two of his sons were killed during the Civil War one in Bandon the other in Dublin.


Clarke Kathleen. (nee Daly, wife of executed leader Tom Clarke). Member of the Executive, Ard Craobh Branch (Central Branch), Cumann na mBan. Born in 1878 died on the 29th of September 1972, aged about 38 years old during the Rising. Served at 10 Richmond Avenue, Dublin.



Con Collins, soon after his release from Lewes Jail

Collins Cornelius. (Con). Irish Volunteers and I.R.B. Born on the 13th of November 1881 died on the 23rd of November 1937, aged 34 years old after the Rising. With Austin Stack he was on his way to Meet Roger Casement at Banna Strand when they were arrested on Easter Saturday. He was deported and detained until about April 1917 at Lewes Prison. He was involved in political work during the War of Independence and took the Anti-Treaty side in the Civil War, he did not take part in any military actions during the Civil War.
  

Connolly-Heron Ina. Belfast Branch, Cumann na mBan. Born in 1896 died on the 9th of April 1980, aged about 20 years old at the time of the Rising. Served at Liberty Hall, Coalisland, Sixmilecross, Omagh and Clogher County Tyrone. She carried despatches from her father, James Connolly, to other leaders of the 1916 Rising, from Patrick Pearse to Irish Volunteers in County Tyrone and between officers of the Irish Volunteers based in Tyrone. She also assisted in First Aid in O’Connell Street at the outbreak of the Civil War.


Connolly-O'Brien Nora. Belfast Branch, Cumann na mBan. Born in 1896 died on the 17th of June 1981, aged about 20 years old during the Rising. Served at Liberty Hall, Coalisland and Clogher County Tyrone. assisted in the escape of Liam Mellows following his deportation from Ireland to Britain in 1916. She was heavily involved in the preparations among Cumann na mBan and Irish Volunteer units in Belfast in preparation for the Easter Rising travelling with them to Coalisland, County Tyrone on Saturday the 22nd of April for projected action. On receipt of news of the countermanding order she travelled to Dublin on Sunday the 23rd of April returning the next day to County Tyrone with despatches from her father James Connolly for Irish Volunteer officers there. She spent most of the week endeavouring unsuccessfully to ensure Irish Volunteer mobilisation in Tyrone. Following the outbreak of the Civil War in Dublin on the 28th of June 1922 she was active in providing first aid and medical assistance to the IRA in the O' Connell Street area of the city and later that year was active during fighting in County Tipperary.


Corr Elizabeth.  A Company, Belfast Branch, Cumann na mBan. Born in 1894 died on the 4thof March 1987, aged about 22 years old at the time of the Rising. Served at Liberty Hall and Coalisland County Tyrone. She joined Cumann na mBan early in 1915. She was not arrested or captured after the surrender. She was one of a party of six Cumann na mBan members who left Belfast on Easter Saturday with a company of Volunteers for Tyrone. She went to Liberty Hall with Nora Connolly and from there that she was sent by James Connolly to McDonagh to report the position in the North. Connolly gave them a dispatch that her sister Nell took to Tyrone. She lost her employment as a public library assistant as a result of her 1916 Rising activities. Following the Rising she was appointed Secretary and later Captain of the Belfast branch when Nora Connolly left for Dublin. She also formed a new branch of the Cumann na mBan in North Queen Street. She served throughout the War of Independence. She did not take part in the Civil War.


Deere Cornelius. Volunteer (Company Commander), Kilnamanagh Company, Tipperary Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born on the 8th of April 1882 died on the 30th of November 1961, aged 33 years old at the time of the Rising. Fought in County Tipperary. He returned from America in the winter of 1915 with a message from John Devoy, on his return he formed a Company of Volunteers in Kilnamanagh, there was about 15 men in the Company. His Company mobilised on the Monday night of the Rising. Other men of the Company who mobilised with him were Eamonn O’Dwyer, Michael Sheehan, Tadg Dwyer, Michael Kearney and James Browne. On the Tuesday or Wednesday Eamonn O’Dwyer cycled to Limerick to attempt to raise the Battalion at the same time another Volunteer Sean Treacy went to Cork. O’Dwyer returned to inform them that Limerick had refused to mobilise, O’Dwyer attempted to get to Dublin but was arrested near Killenaule County Tipperary. Deere and Michael Sheehan remained on Kilnamara Mountain until the Sunday and then returned home, he was arrested at home on the 3rd of May. He was deported and released on the 23rd of November 1916, he was detained for a time in Wormwood Scrubs. He remained a member of the Volunteers throughout the War of Independence working mainly with the Republican Courts and was also involved in the transport and storage of ammunition. He was imprisoned from April 1921 until early 1922. He did not take part in the Civil War.


Flanagan Mary (Mary Perolz). Irish Citizen Army. Born in 1877 died on the 1st of December 1950, aged about 39 years old during the Rising. She was mainly involved in intelligence work. She joined the Irish Citizen Army in 1914 and remained a member until the Civil War. She was mobilised on Easter Sunday 1916 at Liberty Hall to be told the orders had been changed. She was told to remain there and was sent to look for Sean McDermott. Following this, she was sent to Cork by Pearse and McDermott and secured six dispatch carriers. She brought the dispatches to Cork City, Mallow, Tralee, Dungarvan and Waterford. In Cork, her contact was the McCurtain's brother. She got back to Dublin on the Friday. She was arrested on 2 May 1916 and was interned in Kilmainham, Mountjoy and Lewes Prison until August or September 1916. Following Easter Week, she continued her involvement and did some work in connection with the Longford and Clare Sinn Fein elections, with Dr Lynn, and was sent to Cork to interview Bishop O'Dwyer regarding the Casement case. She was also involved in the import of arms, especially from Glasgow and intelligence work for Frank Thornton and Countess Markievicz.


Fleming Eamon C. Company Officer Commanding, Portlaoise Company, Laois Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1891 died on the 15th of April 1938, aged about 25 years old during the Rising. Fought in the Colt Wood, Portlaoise, County Laois Maganey, County Kildare areas. Eamon C. Fleming was appointed by Sean Mac Dermott to take command of operations to disrupt rail and telegraph links between Rosslare, Cork and Dublin and was in charge of Portlaoise Company Irish Volunteers who cut rail lines at Colt Wood, Portlaoise and obstructed rail lines at Maganey, County Kildare. He worked nationwide as an organiser for the General Headquarters of the Irish Volunteers and IRA from late 1916 onwards and during the War of Independence served on Michael Collins's personal staff working in the finance and intelligence sections and, was also in charge of Dan Breen's escape from Dublin to Tipperary following Breen's wounding in October 1920.


John Higgins

Higgins John. A native of Boyle County Roscommon. He was not a member of any of the Rebel Groups. He was educated at Saint Mary’s College Sligo and studied medicine in Dublin, he was forced to abandon his studies due to ill health. He wrote for the Catholic Bulletin with some notable articles criticising WW1. During the Rising he was engaged in ambulance and put his medical knowledge to good use in administering First Aid. He died from illness in 1917.  


Kerr Elizabeth. Bootle Branch, Liverpool Branch, Cumann na mBan. Born in 1882 died on the 25th of February 1955, aged about 34 during the Rising. She joined Cumann na mBan in Liverpool in 1912. She was sent to Dublin on Good Friday , 1916. Her husband, Neil Kerr, had given her clothes and money to take to 11 Emerald Street Kimmage. She remained there, the house was owned by Mrs Roche and was involved with delivering dispatches . Her husband received letters, dispatches, arms and ammunition from America, South America, Scotland and London and she was involved and carrying arms to certain places. Following the Rising she returned to Liverpool and visited jails mostly Knutsford and Frongoch while still dealing with ammunition and sending it to Ireland. Arms were stored in her house. Until the Truce, she was involved in distributing food, clothes and performed first aid care. Her  house was raided to search for deserters and absentees from the British army and men on the run. A lot of Irishmen used to hide there, avoiding conscription, until they were shipped to Dublin, Sam Reilly, Tommie O'Connor and Thomas Pughe were a few she helped. In 1919 her house was still used as a distributing centre for arms, ammunition and dispatches from different parts of Ireland and to and from America. Early in 1920 she was sent to Dublin to Vaughan's Hotel to deliver messages. Harry Boland and Liam Mellows stayed at her house for a week and ten days until they were shipped to Ireland. She then distributed food in Walton Jail where Crotty and McCaughey were jailed. De Valera also stayed in her house before he shipped to America. Her husband Thomas Kerr was involved with the Volunteers and I.R.A. in Liverpool and two sons John Patrick and Neil Kerr both fought in the Rising.


Lambert James. Battalion Armourer, 3 Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Before moving to Dublin he was an Employee of the B.S.A. Armoury Factory, Birmingham, England, while in Dublin he worked as an Instrument Maker, Royal College of Science, Merrion Street and used equipment as his place of employment to repair fire arms for the Battalion. During the Rising he was repairing fire arms in a workshop on Heytesbury Street in Dublin. He continued working as an Armourer throughout the War of Independence and took the Anti-Treaty side in the Civil War continuing to repair arms for the Anti-Treaty side.


Murphy Cait. (Foley). Ard Craobh, Dublin Brigade, Cumann na mBan. Born on the 19th of June 1892 died on the 5th of October 1976, aged 23 years old at the time of the Rising. Served at the Hibernian Bank on O'Connell Street and County Cork. She was not arrested after the surrender. On Sunday the 23rd of April she went to Cork with her sister Breeid Martin with a despatch from Sean McDermott for Tomas MacCurtain. Five members of the Foley family were involved in the Rising. She served throughout the War of Independence during which she transported arms and carried despatches, looked after I.R.A. members on the run and carried out prisoner welfare work. She took the Anti-Treaty side in the Civil War she was arrested on the 28th of February 1923 and interned until the 28th of September 1923.


O'Dwyer Eamon. (Éamon Ó Duibhir). Battalion Officer Commanding, West Tipperary Battalion (Kilnamanagh Battalion), Tipperary Brigade, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1883 died on the 2nd of June 1963, aged about 33 years old at the time of the Rising. He was a member of the Gaelic League, Sinn Fein and the I.R.B. He joined the Irish Volunteers at their inception in 1913. During the Easter Rising Ó Duibhir attempted to mobilise Irish Volunteer units in County Tipperary, ordered the cutting of communication links in his area and travelled to Limerick in an unsuccessful attempt to affect link up with Volunteer forces there. On Saturday the 29th of April 1916 he was captured by a party of R.I.C. at Killenaule, County Tipperary while attempting to make his way to Dublin. He was first taken to Cork then to Richmond Barracks Dublin from where he was deported, first to Wakefield then to Reading Jail, he was released in December 1916.  He served throughout the War of Independence. Following an I.R.A. court martial in October 1920, due to an unspecified disagreement between him and the I.R.A. over I.R.A. policy, he was reduced to the ranks and moved to Dublin. He continued to serve with the I.R.A., Sometime between April and July 1921 he was approached by Seamus Robinson, Roddy Connolly and Sean O' Meara to assist in plans to secure arms for the IRA in Germany and travelled to Scotland to assist the IRA in Glasgow returning to Dublin in the days immediately following the Truce with plans of Barlinnie Prison where a number of IRA prisoners were held. Between 1917 and 1921 he was arrested and imprisoned in Ireland and England on a number of occasions, taking part in several hunger strikes while in British custody. He took no part in the Civil War.


Ryan Maureen. (Mairin Bean Ni Riain, Cregan). Cumann na mBan. She carried despatches for Sean MacDermott and Gearoid O'Sullivan containing information on the landing of the 'Aud'. She went to Tralee and delivered the messages to Austin Stack and Patrick Cahill. She also brought automatic revolvers and ammunition with her. She was arrested on the 16th of February 1921 and was tried by Court-martial. She was sentenced to three-months hard labour in Waterford jail, but she was released against £50. Following this, she escaped arrest several times and in February 1920, she was sent to the Office of Foreign Affairs to report to Arthur Griffith. She carried dispatches to London and Paris up to the end of June 1922. She worked with de Valera, Oscar Traynor and Austin Stack, carrying dispatches to various places in Dublin and in the summer 1922, she was sent officially to Berlin to meet Mr J.T.Ryan to bring back money in his possession, the money was acquired in the United States. She was sent by de Valera to announce the cease fire to all the foreign legations namely London and Paris and the Pope.


Sutton Thomas. Bray and Shankill Unit, Irish Volunteers. Born in 1887 died on the 5th of February 1953, aged about 29 years old during the Rising. Fought in the Enniscorthy, County Wexford and Railway Station, Harcourt Street, Dublin. He worked for the Dublin & South Eastern Railway at the time of the Rising. On Tuesday the 25th of April 1916 Thomas Sutton used his position as a fireman on the Dublin and South Eastern Railway line to carry a despatch from Dublin to Enniscorthy, County Wexford. On that morning he fired on a party of British soldiers, including Captain J. C. Bowen Colthurst, accompanying a party of three prisoners, from his position at the end of the platform at the Harcourt Street, Railway Station in Dublin. From 1917 to 1920 he was engaged in the transportation of despatches, mainly for Robert Brennan, Commandant Wexford Battalion, Irish Volunteers and also of arms via the railway. During 1921 he took part in a number of IRA operations including an attack on Bray Barracks on the 18th April. Thomas Sutton was arrested and interned from May to December 1921 at Collinstown and the Curragh. In 1922, during the Civil War, Thomas Sutton took part in a large number of engagements against National Army forces between July and October of that year particularly in County Wicklow including Crooksling, Blessington, Ballinascorney, Enniskerry, Glen of the Downs and Bray. His service largely ceased after October 1922 due to ill health.