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    Moy
    Moy More
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Gaelic League
    Finucane, Jack
    Looney, Michael
    Tuttle, Thomas
    Finucane, Morgan
    Hayes, Candy
    Egan, Molly
    Shannon, Mike
    Nagle, Joe
    Finucane, Miko
    McMahon, Pete
    Clancy, Gerry
    Clancy, Andrew
    Hennessy, Willie
    McMahon, Katie
    Nagle, Babe
    Vaughan, Sean
    Finucane, Nora
    Finucane, May
    Madigan, Marty
    Hennessy, Austin
    Egan, Nora
    Mulheeney, May
    Vaughan, Jimmy
    McMahon, Nell
    White, Tom
    Egan, Bridget
    Clancy, Jimmy
    Clancy, Michael
    Vaughan, Joe
    Nagle, Paty
    Kerin, Jack
    Finucane, Ellie
    Tuttle, Pat
    Hennessy, Mago
    Gallagher, Steve
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Clancy, Miko
    Hayes, Sean
    Irish Language
    Moy Branch, Gaelic League. Members of the Moy Branch of the Gaelic League, 1917–1918. (L-R) Back Row: Jack Finucane, Michael Looney, Thomas Tuttle, Morgan Finucane, Candy Hayes, Molly Egan, Mike Shannon, Joe Nagle, Micko Finucane, Pete McMahon, Gerry Clancy, Andrew Clancy, Willie Hennessy. Middle Row: Katie McMahon, Babe Nagle, Sean Vaughan, Nora Finucane, May Finucane, Marty Madigan, Austin Hennessy, Nora Egan, May Mulheeney, Jimmy Vaughan, Nell McMahon, Tom White, Bridget Egan. Front Row: Jimmy Clancy, Michael Clancy, Joe Vaughan, Paty Nagle, Jack Kerin, Ellie Finucane, Pat Tuttle, Mago Hennessy, Steve Gallagher, Séamus Hennessy, Miko Clancy, Sean Hayes.
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    Moy
    Moy More
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Irish Volunteers
    Moy National School
    Man
    Woman
    Clancy, Nan
    Gallagher, S
    Nagle, P
    Clancy, P
    McGough, P
    Morgan, P
    Daniels, T
    Vaughan, M
    Malone, A
    Clancy, G
    Curtin, P
    Hayes, T
    Clancy, M
    O'Brien, M
    Hennessy, Séamus
    McCarthy, W
    O'Brien, C
    Irish Volunteers First Aid Class, Moy. An Irish Volunteers First Aid Class photographed at Moy National School, 1917. (L-R) Back row: Unknown man; Nan Clancy; S. Gallagher; P. Nagle; P. Clancy; P. McGough; P. Morgan; T. Daniels; M. Vaughan; A. Malone. Middle row: G. Clancy; P. Curtin; Séamus Hennessy; W. McCarthy; C. O'Brien; Unknown man; M. O'Brien. Front row: T. Hayes; M. Clancy; Unknown man.
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    Moy
    Moy Beg
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Meitheal
    Agriculture
    Haymaking
    Finucane, Jimmy
    Finucane, Morgan
    Finucane, Nora
    Finucane, Miko
    Finucane, John
    Finucane, Tomo
    Vaughan, Francey
    Connell, Edward
    McMahon, Ter
    Madigan, Marty
    Garrahy, Patrick
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Ryan, Corrie
    Hogan, Mickey
    Meitheal at Moy. A meitheal saving hay at Moy in the early 1920s. (L-R) Jimmy Finucane; Francey Vaughan; Edward Connell; Ter McMahon; Marty Madigan; Morgan Finucane; Patrick Garrahy; Nora Finucane; Micko Finucane; Séamus Hennessy; John Finucane; Micko Finucane; Corrie Ryan; Mickey Hogan; Tomo Finucane.
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    Cloneyogan
    Clooneyogan South
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Moy
    Gun
    IRA
    Civil War
    Soldier
    Séamus Hennessy, Cloneyogan. Séamus Hennessy from Cloneyogan, Moy, 1922. He was Commandant of the 4th Battalion, Mid-Clare Brigade during the War of Independence and fought on the Republican side during the Civil War.
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    Cloneyogan
    Clooneyogan South
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Hennessy, Anthony (Tone)
    Hennessy, Patrick
    Hennessy, Michael
    Hennessy, Gerard
    Family
    Moy
    Hennessy, Mary Clancy
    Hennessy Family, Cloneyogan. The family of Séamus and Mary Hennessy nee Clancy of Cloneyogan, Moy, Lahinch. (L-R) Back Row: Anthony ‘Tone’, Patrick and Michael. Middle Row: Gerard and Mary. Front Row: Séamus and Mary
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    Hennessy, Séamus
    Hennessy, Mary Clancy
    Medal
    War of Independence
    Emergency, The
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    IRA
    Séamus & Mary Hennessy’s Medals. Medals awarded to Séamus and Mary Hennessy, Cloneyogan, Moy for services during the War of Independence and The Emergency.
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    Kilfenora Townland
    Kilfenora Parish
    IRA
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Wae of Independence
    Gun
    Soldier
    Uniform
    4th Battalion on Parade. The 4th Battalion of the Mid-Clare Brigade at a training camp in Kilfenora in November 1921. Commandant Séamus Hennessy from Cloneyogan, Moy is the Officer standing to the right.
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    Tralee
    Kerry, County
    RIC
    Tug-of-War
    Team
    Uniform
    Hennessy, Michael
    Sullivan, J
    Clancy, James
    Murphy, J
    O'Connell, A
    Barnes, G
    Wright, WJ
    O'Donnell, R, Sergt
    Henry, T
    Tralee R.I.C. Tug of War Team. An R.I.C. Tug of War team in Tralee, c.1920, which includes Michael Hennessy from Cloneyogan, Moy. (L-R) Back Row: J. Sullivan; James Clancy; J. Murphy; A. O’Connell; G. Barnes; W.J. Wright. Front Row: Michael Hennessy; Sergeant R. O’Donnell; T. Henry.
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    Miltown Malbay
    Leagard South
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Jones' Shop (Miltown Malbay)
    War of Independence
    Rineen Ambush
    Reprisal
    Ruin
    Man
    Shop
    Jones' Shop, Miltown Malbay. Jones' Shop in Miltown Malbay being rebuilt after Crown Forces' reprisals for the Rineen Ambush.
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    Prisoner
    IRA
    Prison
    Strand Barracks (Limerick)
    Kerin, Pako
    Malone, Anthony
    Gallagher, Steve
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Civil War
    Clare Republican Prisoners. Clare Republican prisoners at the Strand Barracks in Limerick. The photo includes some members of the 4th Battalion Mid-Clare Brigade. (L-R) Back row: Pako Kerin (2nd); Anthony Malone (4th). Front row: Steve Gallagher (2nd).
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    Burke, John
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Soldier
    IRA
    War of Independence
    Uniform
    John Burke. John Burke, Lieut. Lahinch Company. After participating in the Rineen Ambush, he was promoted to Adjutant of the 4th Battalion, Mid-Clare Brigade. He was to become one of Ireland’s greatest amateur golfers winning 26 major Irish titles, 36 international appearances for his country and inclusion in the Walker Cup side.
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    O'Neill, Ignatius
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Ignatius O'Neill. Commandant Ignatius O’Neill of the 4th Battalion, Mid-Clare Brigade.
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    O'Neill, Ignatius
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Ignatius O'Neill. Ignatius O’Neill, Commandant of the 4th Battalion, Mid-Clare Brigade.
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    O'Neill, Ignatius
    Uniform
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Ignatius O’Neill. Ignatius O’Neill in Irish Army uniform.
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    O'Neill, Ignatius
    Horse
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Ignatius O’Neill. Commandant Ignatius O’Neill.
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    Leonardo da Vinci (Airplane)
    Airplane
    New York
    Sabelli, Cesare
    Pond, George
    Pilot
    Pond & Sabelli. Lieutenant Cesare Sabelli (left) and Captain George Pond on board the ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ before taking off from Floyd Bennett Field, New York, 15th May 1934 on a first attempt to fly directly from New York to Rome.
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    Leonardo da Vinci (Airplane)
    Crash Landing
    Hennessy, Séamus
    ‘Leonardo da Vinci' Memento. Part of the fuselage of the ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ given as a memento by pilots Pond and Sabelli to Séamus Hennessy of Cloneyogan, Moy, Lahinch beside whose farm the plane crash landed. (Note – Séamus wrote the incorrect date. The plane left New York on May 15th 1934)
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    Leonardo da Vinci (Airplane)
    Airplane
    New York
    Man
    Sabelli, Cesare
    Pond, George
    ‘Leonardo da Vinci’. The ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ taking off from Floyd Bennett Field, New York, 15th May 1934 on a first attempt to fly directly from New York to Rome. Its pilots were Captain George Pond and Lieutenant Cesare Sabelli.
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    Clooneyogan South
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Moy
    Crash Landing
    Man
    Leonardo da Vinci (Airplane)
    Airplane
    Sabelli, Cesare
    Pond, George
    Crash landing at Moy. The 'Leonardo da Vinci' which crash-landed in Cloneyogan, Moy on May 15th 1934 after attempting to fly directly from New York to Rome. Its pilots were Captain George Pond and Lieutenant Cesare Sabelli.
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    Miltown Malbay
    Leagard South
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Veteran
    Gun
    Parade
    Fleadh Cheoil
    Malone, Anthony
    4th Battalion Mid-Clare Brigade Veterans. Former members of the 4th Battalion Mid-Clare Brigade on parade in Miltown Malbay at Fleadh Cheoil an Chláir, August 1957. Leading the Volunteers is battalion Vice Commandant Anthony Malone.
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    Callura
    Calluragh West
    Calluragh West Burial Ground
    CL015-104---
    Headstone
    Graveyard
    O'Dwyer, Michael
    Callura Graveyard
    McDonagh, P
    Burke, John
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Malone, Anthony
    Hayes, Mickey
    Burke, Thomas
    Woulfe, John
    Frawley, P
    Kerin, Pako
    Neylon, JJ
    Curtin, G
    IRA
    War of Independence
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Burke, Anthony (Col)
    Veteran
    Unveiling of O'Dwyer Headstone. Former comrades attend the unveiling of a headstone for Vol. Michael O’Dwyer on 21st September 1958 in Callura Graveyard, Lahinch. (L-R): P. McDonagh; John Burke, Anthony Burke; Séamus Hennessy; Anthony Malone; Mickey Hayes (The Old Gael); Thomas Burke; John Woulfe; P. Frawley, Pako Kerin, J.J. Neylon; G. Curtin.
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    Headstone
    Graveyard
    IRA
    War of Independence
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Kilfarboy Townland
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Kilfarboy Graveyard
    CL031-00802-
    Burke, Thomas
    White, Thomas
    Gallagher, Seán
    Queally, Paddy
    Burke, Anthony (Col)
    Burke, John
    Malone, Anthony
    Finucane, Morgan
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Connell, Timmy
    Gallagher, Tommy
    Clancy, Michael
    Gallagher, Steve
    Nagle, Paddy
    Malone, John
    Veteran
    Unveiling of Gallagher Headstone. Former comrades attend the unveiling of a headstone for Comdt. Steve Gallagher in Kilfarboy Graveyard, 21st September 1958. (L-R): Thomas Burke, Thomas White, Seán Gallagher, Paddy Queally, Anthony (Col) Burke, John Burke, Anthony Malone, Morgan Finucane, Séamus Hennessy, Timmy Connell, Tommy Gallagher, Michael Clancy, Steve Gallagher, Paddy Nagle, John Malone.
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    Drummin (Kilfarboy)
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Rineen
    Rineen Ambush
    Rineen Memorial
    IRA
    War of Independence
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Veteran
    Rogers, Most Rev Joseph
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Burke, Thomas
    Monument
    Rineen Ambush Memorial Unveiling. The Rineen Memorial unveiling, 22nd September 1957. Rev. Dr. Rogers, Bishop of Killaloe, arrives at the unveiling of the memorial to the Rineen Ambush. With the Bishop are Commandant Séamus Hennessy and Captain Thomas Burke.
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    Rineen
    Rineen Ambush
    Rineen Memorial
    Memorial
    IRA
    War of Independence
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    Drummin (Kilfarboy)
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Burke, John
    Rodgers, Most Rev Joseph
    Guard of Honour
    Veteran
    Monument
    Rineen Ambush Memorial Unveiling. Rev. Dr. Rodgers, Bishop of Killaloe, inspects the 4th Battalion Mid-Clare Brigade guard of honour at Rineen at the unveiling of a memorial to the Rineen Ambush. With the Bishop are Commandant Séamus Hennessy (on left) who introduced his Lordship to members of the guard of honour and Captain Thomas Burke who was in charge of the parade of veterans.
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    Rineen Ambush
    Rineen Memorial
    Drummin (Kilfarboy)
    Kilfarboy Parish
    Mid-Clare Brigade
    War of Independence
    IRA
    Lehane, Kathleen
    O'Neill, Dr
    Hillery, Michael, Fr
    Rogers, Most Rev Joseph
    Hillery, Fr Michael
    O'Reilly, Canon
    Hennessy, Séamus
    Nestor, Owen
    Unveiling
    Veteran
    Monument
    Rineen Ambush Memorial Unveiling. The unveiling of the Memorial at Rineen to commemorate the Rineen Ambush, 22nd September 1957. (L-R): Kathleen Lehane, Dr O’Neill, Fr. Michael Hillery, Rev. Dr. Rogers, Bishop of Killaloe (seated), Canon O’Reilly, Séamus Hennessy, John Burke, Owen Nestor.