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Kerry - Event Notice
Sunday April 23 2006
01:00 AM

The O' Rahilly Commemoration

category kerry | history and heritage | event notice author Wednesday March 29, 2006 17:56author by Find mac Cumhaill - Craobh Gál Gréineauthor email craobhgalgreine at yahoo dot ie Report this post to the editors

1916 Leader, 90th Anniversary

A commemoration to mark the 90th Anniversary of the death of The O' Rahilly, will take place at Ballylongford, Co. Kerry; on Sunday 23rd April 2006. The main speaker of the Commemoration will be Dereck Warfield of the 'Wolfe Tones'. All are invited

Michael Joseph O' Rahilly, was born on April 22nd 1875, and was known as The O' Rahilly, being chief of the O' Rahilly clan. He was born at Ballylongford, Co. Kerry. He was killed on April 29th 1916 fighting for the freedom of his country. He was a keen Irish nationalists and Irish language enthusiast, being a member of An Coiste Gnotha, the governing body of the Gaelic League. He had personally being in charge of the first major arming of the Irish Volunteers, of which he was a founding member of, with the landing of Guns at Howth, on 26th July 1914. He was Director of Arms of Olaigh na hÉireann.

author by Craobh Gál Gréine - Craobh Gál Gréinepublication date Wed Mar 29, 2006 18:02Report this post to the editors

Organised by Craobh Gál Gréine
Irish Cultural Society

author by Curiouser and curiouser - Looking Glass Societypublication date Wed May 03, 2006 23:09Report this post to the editors

Were there many there? Did you find out anything about the O'Rahilly? What was it all about?

 
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