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Memoir 'Why Easter Rising'

Memoir by Aloysius O'Brennan describing 1798 Rebellion, the Great Famine, Irish Parliamentary Party, Home Rule, the futility of constitutional agitation, formation of Irish Volunteers, Redmonite split in volunteers in 1914, Sinn Fein, the Howth gun-running, and the rise of Gaelic League.

Minute Book of Ua Failghe Southern Committee GAA

Minute book containing minutes of meetings held by Offaly Southern Committee, mainly held in various locations in Birr, detailing election of officers, arrangement of fixtures, decisions on tournament permits, objections raised by clubs in relation to outcomes of matches and other matters. Also contains a letter from the Leinster Council to the Secretary of Offaly GAA, English Hotel, Birr in relation, among other things, to the application of the Parish Rule in the reinstatement of players who were in the British Army. Also includes details of Gaelic Sunday, 5 August 1918, which was organised by the GAA nationwide 'to demonstrate their right to play their games without permit from the English Government authorities.'

Annual Report 1920

Annual report addressed to the 11th Baron Digby following the death of his predecessor. Goodbody reports that £7000 has been remitted and briefs the new Lord Digby on the state of the Ireland during the War of Independence: 'Ireland continues in a disturbed and unsatisfactory condition. This neighbourhood has not escaped the general destruction of Constabulary barracks, the only three barracks on your estate having been maliciously and wantonly burnt and wrecked, those of Clonmore being wholly destroyed and of Geashill & Killeigh partially so. The police authorities having vacated them prior to their destruction have since surrendered same, with a consequent loss of future rental. Claims for compensation have been lodged for substantial amounts and are still pending.'

Goodbody, Lewis

Minute Book of Tullamore Hurling & Football Club

Minute book recording meetings held and decisions taken by the committee of Tullamore GAA Club. Notable for references to the Irish Volunteers and the nationalist movement. While not mentioning the Tullamore Incident of 20 March 1916 directly, there was a proposal, later dropped, to hold a tournament to raise funds for the prisoners involved in the Incident (4 April 2016). This minute book also records the decision, passed unanimously, that the tri-colour jersey be worn by Tullamore club players in both hurling and football (31 May 1917).

Administration

  • IE BCA ROSSE/M/37/1
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 1915-1918
  • Parte deThe Rosse Papers

Contains lists of Irish Guards noting their name, regiment number, rank and where interned, including a separate listing of those from Birr; letters from Selfridge's & Co., Oxford St, London to Lois, Countess of Rosse, in relation to the contents of nine parcel types assembled for sending to the Irish Guards Prisoners of War; correspondence from Mary Britton, Rosfaraghan, Ferbane and Col. Douglas Proby, in relation to subscriptions collected in her village on behalf of Private B. Anderson (Reg No 3220), who is interned in Limburg; and correspondence between Major de Vesci, Regimental Adjutant, Irish Guards to Lady Rosse, mainly in relation to the movement of Irish Guards prisoners between POW camps in Germany so that parcels can be sent to them. Also includes ephemeral material such as newspaper cuttings relating to the Irish Guards, a packet of jam jar covers, and a copy of an illuminated address presented to Queen Mary from the Women of Ireland in July 1911, and distributed by Lady Aberdeen, the head of war relief in Ireland.

Letter from Benjamin Bloomfield concerning the Battle of Vingear Hill

  • IE OCL P131/1/1
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 8 June 1798
  • Parte deLoughton Papers

A handwritten copy and a typed copy of a letter from Benjamin Bloomfield, New Ross, Co. Wexford to 'my dear Tom' describing his experience during the Battle of Vinegar Hill.

Within the letter Benjamin describes the battle, 'They appeared as insensible of danger as if there really had not been the least, they were so desperate as to march up in the face of my gun several times, tho' I was supported by strong detachments of Infantry.' He also discusses his sadness at being separated from his wife Harriet.

Bloomfield, Benjamin

Red Cross.

  • IE OCL P131/9/3/1
  • Unidad documental compuesta
  • 15 December 1916-30 September 1919
  • Parte deLoughton Papers

Letter from Stephen Flannery of Flannery & Co., motor engineers of Nenagh and Roscrea to Theodora Trench: 'I have received the paper from the Red Cross, and have filled in same, and returned to them.' Also includes a New Zealand mechanical transport manual used to record mileage, routes and journey lengths; Red Cross clothes patterns including male assistant's coat or overalls, gentleman's nightshirt, nurses apron, dressing gown; driving permit; meal voucher card for journey from from Walton to Cloughjordan 14/7/18 - 19/8/18; certificate of enrolment in a voluntary aid detachment; and permit to wear the Red Cross uniform.

Folder of photocopies relating to Offaly IRA

Photocopies of articles from newspapers and books relating to the Tullamore Incident, Irish Volunteer organisation in Offaly,and internment in Frongoch. Also includes a photocopy and transcript from a minute book of the Old IRA Association Tullamore Branch (1948). Also includes photocopy of the military pensions record of Clonaghadoo Co., 4th Batt.

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