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 Sean South
On New Year's Eve 1996, the 40th anniversary of the Brookeborough attack, a monument built from the stones from that barn was dedicated to the memory of Sean Sabhat and Fergal O'Hanlon.
Both men died that night from their wounds - Sean Sabhat (South) of Limerick and Fergal O'Hanlon of Monaghan.
And the leader was a Limerick man, Sean South from Garryowen
www.jdcjr.us /Songs/SeanSouth.html   (386 words)

  
 Year 2001 Review
Bantry had the advantage of the strong wind in the opening half, but it was Clyda who started better and were well worth their 0-4 to 0-1 lead after 10 minutes with Fergal Dorgan involved in three of those points.
Clyda team: Dermot Fitzgerald, Shane Mulcahy, Aidan Carey, William Curtin, Tadhg O'Callaghan, Gavin Carey, Oliver O'Hanlon, Paudie Kissane, Cormac Murphy, Derek O'Brien, Dylan O'Shea (capt), Colin Ronayne, Donal O'Mullane, Edward O'Connor, Noel Walsh.
Indeed their sheer persistence looked to have earned them what would have been a shock result when full back Brendan Walsh, fisted home Paul Holland’s cross but he was adjudged to be in the square before the ball came and the goal was rightly disallowed.
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 Irish Historical Anniversaries
, 1956 - Death of Sean South and Fergal O'Hanlon in the 'Border Campaign'.
December 23rd, 1920 - Government of Ireland Act passed - Irish Free State created in 26 counties.
February 14th, 1895 - Birth of Sean Treacy
pearsecom.com /Ireland/anniversaries.htm   (6180 words)

  
 Fee McGorman—Songs of the Irish Republic
Unfortunately the execution of the plan was unsuccessful and Sean South from Limerick and Fergal O'Hanlon were shot dead.
On January 1st 1956 a daring raid planned on Brookeborough Barracks with the intention of securing arms.
Charles Daly, Sean Larkin, and Dan Enright were executed by Free Staters.
www.theballadeers.com /WH_D07_fee.htm   (414 words)

  
 Sean South from Garryowen-Irish song lyric with guitar chords.
Sean South was shot dead,along with Fergal O'Hanlon, during a daring raid on an R.U.C base during the I.R.A's border campaign of 1956-1962.This campaign,because of the lack of popular support, was quickly subdued by the then Unionist parliament at Stormont,and many I.R.A volunteers were interned without trial.
Sean South from Garryowen-Irish song lyric with guitar chords.
Surrounds your name - Sean South of Garryowen
members.aol.com /drochsceal/seansouth.html   (122 words)

  
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In the skirmish that followed the IRA grenades were met by small arms gunfire from the besieged policemen, in the battle Sean South and his fellow IRA terrorist Fergal O'Hanlon were killed.
On New years day in 1956, Sean South was part of an IRA team who attacked the small village of Brookeborough just a few miles north of the border with the Republic of Ireland.
Sean South grew up in Cork in the South of Ireland and had only ever visited Northern Ireland on a few occasions.
members.lycos.co.uk /inac/south.html   (586 words)

  
 Brookeborough
On 31 December 1957 at the beginning of the IRA Border Campaign against the Northern Ireland state Seán Garland led the unsuccessful terrorist attack on Brookeborough Royal Ulster Constabulary barracks in which his comrades Seán South and Fergal O’Hanlon, both the subjects of well-known Irish republican ballads, were shot dead.
Brookeborough is classified as a small village or hamlet by the NI Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) (ie with a population of between 500 and 1,000 people).
Brookeborough is a village in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
barnaby.blogiston.com /Brookeborough   (404 words)

  
 1957 in Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
January 1 - Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon are killed in an IRA attack on an RUC barracks in County Fermanagh.
See also: 1956 in Ireland, other events of 1957, 1958 in Ireland and the list of 'years in Ireland'.
March 3 - Eamon de Valera tells a crowd in Cork that a United Ireland can be achieved with time and the support of the people.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1957_in_Ireland   (404 words)

  
 1957 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
IRA attack on Brookeborough police barracks leads to the deaths of Seán South and Fergal O'Hanlon
1957 (MCMLVII) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar.
Project Orion begins, a U.S. program to build a spacecraft powered by nuclear explosions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1957   (2193 words)

  
 An Phoblacht: Notices
From the Fergal O'Hanlon, John Davey Cumann, Lavey; Connolly/Hughes, McElwee Cumann, Bellaghy; Magherafelt Cumann; Ballinascreen Cumann; Thomas McElwee Cumann, Greenlough; McCusker, McMullan, O'Hagan Cumann, Swatragh; Casement, Kelly, Highstead Cumann, Maghera; Séamus Steel, Sheridan, Lee and Bateson Cumann, Newbridge; South Derry Comhairle Ceantair; Counties Derry and Antrim Republican Graves Association
The Andy O'Sullivan SF Cumann, Mallow extends deepest sympathy to our good friends and colleagues James and Martin on the death of their father Josie.
From the Liam Lynch SF Cumann, Fermoy; From East Cork Comhairle Ceantair.
www.anphoblacht.com /notices/2005-02-10   (625 words)

  
 News - story archive
The Management Catering fourth prize went to Shane OHanlon, Jim Bean, Rory McArdal and Fergal McMahon who also had 86 points but were narrowly defeated on the back nine.
Carton House glorified in sunshine as graduates battled their way around the Mark O’Meara designed golf course for the annual President’s Cup.
The fun scramble option began with a 90-minute golf clinic with Carton House professional David Fleming, who helped the players get into the swing of things before they enjoyed a 9-hole scramble competing for the Jason Clarke Photography first prize.
www.dcu.ie /news/2004/sep/s0904a.shtml   (768 words)

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