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The Clare Revolution 1916-1923: Part One
by Ger Browne

 

Eamon De Valera in Ennis


This is the first part of the Clare Revolution 1916-1923 project. It includes over 3,200+ Volunteer/IRA/ National Army Pension and Medal applications, with another 400+ for Cumann na mBan. It gives the Nominal Rolls for the East, West and Mid-Clare Brigades as well as the Clare Cumann na mBan (over 8,200 names in all). It also includes the Activity Files for each Brigade and links to the Clare Witness Statements and to the Clare County Library. Also available are valuable Court and RIC records from the period.

The second part includes over 2,000+ profiles of all the RIC, Black and Tans and Auxiliaries in and from Clare for the period, along with details of all the 72+ Clare RIC Barracks, Huts and Protection Posts with the roll of officers in each one for each year from 1916-1921, their location, photos and maps, and a timeline of their attacks and closure. .

Ger Browne
April 2021

Cumann na mBan Pension and Medal applications 1916-1923 (PDF)

Clare Volunteer / IRA / National Army Pension and Medal applications 1916-23 A-D (PDF)

Clare Volunteer / IRA / National Army Pension and Medal applications 1916-23 E-L (PDF)

Clare Volunteer / IRA / National Army Pension and Medal applications 1916-23 M (PDF)

Clare Volunteer / IRA / National Army Pension and Medal applications 1916-23 N-W (PDF)

Cumann na mBan (PDF)

East Clare Brigade (PDF)

Mid Clare Brigade (PDF)

West Clare Brigade (PDF)

British Court and RIC Records for Co Clare 1916-1921 (PDF)

Clare Volunteer/IRA Witness Statements from Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 (PDF)

Clare Revolution 1916-1923 Part 2

 

 

 

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