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ISBN:0954227522
Author: Ray Bateson
ISBN13: 978-0954227524
Title: They Died by Pearse's Side
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Language: English
Category: Ethnic and National
Publisher: Irish Graves Publications (January 1, 2010)
Pages: 360

They Died by Pearse's Side by Ray Bateson



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Bateson, Ray. Publication, Distribution, et. Dublin. Irish Graves Publications, (c)2010. Over 60 Volunteers were killed during the Easter Rising of 1916. This book tells the stories of how, where and when each Volunteer died, as well as including information on those who died as a result of illness due to imprisonment after the Rising. Corporate Name: Irish Volunteers Biography. Geographic Name: Ireland History Easter Rising, 1916.

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Others died from the effects of wounds received during the battle or from the conditions of imprisonment after the surrender. The names of these Volunteers are now largely forgotten and their graves known to only a few. They Died by Pearse's Side is the first book to bring together the stories of these Volunteers. It presents an overview of each major battle and an overall timeline and location for these Volunteer deaths. It tells the story of how each of them died and provides a photograph and the location of each grave

Others died from the effects of wounds received during the battle or from the conditions of imprisonment after the surrender. They Died by Pearse’s Side is the first book to bring together the stories of these Volunteers. It presents an overview of each major battle and an overall timeline and location for these Volunteers deaths. It tells the story of how each of them died and provides a photograph and the location of each grave. Hardback Cover with 360 pages.

After confronting Patrick Pearse, who refused to be swayed by this revelation, MacNeill felt he had no option but to place a last minute news advertisement calling the Rising off. This caused tremendous confusion among the Volunteers, especially outside of Dublin. For those that did show up, the British, reportedly, "considered De Valera's forces the best trained and best led among the rebels". On the other side of Whelan House is St. Patrick’s Church in Ringsend, where a statue of Our Lady overlooks the canal. This statue was donated by Patrick's younger brother, Thomas A. Whelan (1 April 1898 - 26 December 1960), who founded the Ringsend branch of the Catholic Young Men's Society (CYMS). They Died by Pearse's Side.

Oh, had they died by Pearse's side or fought with Cathal Brugha. Their names we will keep, where the fenians sleep 'neath the shroud of the foggy dew. But the bravest fell, and the requiem bell rang mournfully and clear. For those, who died that eastertide in the springing of the year

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They Died by Pearse's Side is the first book to bring together the stories of these Volunteers. It tells the story of how each of them died and provides an photograph and location of each grave.

Over sixty known Volunteers were killed in action during the Easter Week 1916. There were a number of others who were killed that have not been identified. Others died from the effect of wounds they received in battle or from the conditions of imprisonment after the surrender.

The names of these Volunteers are now largely forgotten and their graves known to only a few.