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John Lynch The Fenian

John Lynch The Fenian

A plaque on a wall on Devonshire Street in Cork records the capture of a Fenian in 1865. JOHN LYNCH THE FENIAN CAPTURED HERE SEPTEMBER 1865 DIED WOKING PRISON JANUARY 1866 There’s more, this page has quite a bit on him, but also gives a different date for his death. John Lynch was a widower […]

Jack Bergin, Crosshaven Hero

Jack Bergin, Crosshaven Hero

We spent a pleasant afternoon in Crosshaven today. It was mild enough to actually enjoy a walk up towards the fort on the hill. As I walked past the merries I spotted this plaque. It must have been hidden every other time as I don’t remember it ever being there. The inscription reads: OUR GRATITUDE […]

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The legacy of Bertie Ahern

Bertie Ahern, who recently announced his resignation as Taoiseach or Prime Minister of Ireland was well known for opening all sorts of events and buildings. Plaques with his name dot the country. PS. This image is now hosted on my own server where I have some referrer checks. If you don’t see it in your […]

Assumpta, 03/12/1950 – 30/12/2002

Assumpta, 03/12/1950 – 30/12/2002 While walking along the path in Drake’s Pool and enjoying the sunset we came across this plaque in the ground next to a bench. “You are the wind upon my face. You inspired me with your grace. You are the wind upon my back. You keep telling me do not look […]