Ireland / Dublin

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Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington Sufraigeid a rinne smidirini de na fuinneoga seo 13 Meitheamh 1912. Suffragette smashed these windows 13th June 1912

Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland

In memory of three Dublin fire fighters Robert Malone, Peter McArdle, Thomas Nugent, Who died while firefighting on this site, 5th October 1936

Pearse Street, Dublin, Ireland

Independent House Site of the office of "The Nation" Founded in A.D. 1842 by Thomas Davis, Charles Gavan Duffy & John Blake Dillon

Abbey Street Middle, Dublin, Ireland

In Memory of Irish Patriots Captain Seán Connolly of the Irish Citizen Army lived here at No 58 Gloucester Street. Seán was killed in action on Easter Monday 1916 on the roof of City Hall by a British Army sniper. Seán's brothers Eddie, George, Joe, Mattie and his sister Katie also fought for Irish freedom on Easter week. Also remembering Irish Citizen Army woman Molly O'Reilly from Gardiner Street who at the age of fourteen was given the honour by James Connolly, Commander General of the Dublin Division Irish Republic Army, of hoisting the green flag over Liberty Hall, the Headquarters of the Irish Citizen Army on Palm Sunday 1916. Troid siad ar son saoirse ne hÉireann. Beidh cuimhne orthu go deo.

58 Seán McDermott Street, Dublin, Ireland

In memory of two Irish Patriots who gave their lives for Irish freedom. Brigadier Dick McKee and Vice-Brigadier Peadar Clancy Irish Republican Army It was from the house that stood here, 36 Gloucester Street, that Brigadier Dick McKee and Vice-Brigadier Peadar Clancy, Dublin Brigade, Irish Republican Army (IRA) were arrested along with the householder, Sean Fitzpatrick by the British Army and Black and Tans in the early hours of November 21st 1920. Both McKee and Clancy were later cruelly tortured and murdered along with IRA Volunteer Conor Clune in the Guard Room of Dublin Castle as a reprisal after IRA units smashed the elite spy network of British Intelligence during the War of Independence on Sunday November 21st 1920. Fuair siad bás ar son saoirse ng hEireann. Beidh cuímhe orthu go deo.

36 Sean McDermott Street, Dublin, Ireland

Senator Oliver St. John Gogarty (1878 - 1957), Surgeon, Poet, Statesman, was born in this house.

5 Parnell Square East, Dublin, Ireland

The first pneumatic tyre factory in the world was started here in 1889, to make tyres under John Boyd Dunlop's patent of the 7th December, 1888.

67 Upper Stephen Street, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

From the 29th December 1711 this was the site of French Peters the church and cemetery of the non-conforming French Huguenots until the remains were removed and reinterred in Mount Jerome Cemetery in 1967

Peter St, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Promoted Irish Technical Education Arnold Graves 1847 - 1930 founded Kevin St Technical School 1887

Church Lane, off Lower Kevin Street, Dublin, Ireland

47 Lower Gardiner St. Home of Dion Boucicault 1820-1890 Author of The Shaughran, The Colleen Bawn, and many other plays. Extraordinary flamboyant Irish playwright actor.

47 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, Ireland

Myles na gCopaleen Flann O'Brien Brian O'Nuallain 1911-1966 Ní bhéid a leithéad arís ann

4 Avoca Terrace, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland

In memory of Dessie Mannion who lived on this street from 1972 to 2008 and campaigned tirelessly for residents needs. These six silver birch trees were planted in his honour.

Summer Street North, Dublin, Ireland

To the memory of Frank Cahill, pupil and beloved teacher in these schools for fifty years. Died 19th Oct, 1957. Erected by his grateful pupils and friends.

Seville Place, Dublin, Ireland

Venerable Matt Talbot was born at 13 Aldborough Court on 2nd May 1856. Labourer for Christ and the hope of those suffering from addiction. Pray for us.

13 Aldborough Court, North Strand, Dublin, Ireland

George Petrie Antiquarian Painter Collector of Irish Folk Music Lived Here 1835 - 1850

21 Charles Street Great, Dublin, Ireland

The North King Street Massacre. April 1916. On The Night Of Friday/Saturday 28th 29th April 1916 during some of the fiercest fighting of the Rising, sixteen innocent civilians, who were sheltering in their homes, were brutally murdered in their homes, by British Crown Forces. They were: Christopher Hickey (16) Thomas Hickey (38) Peter Connolly (39) Peter Lawless(21) James McCarty (36) James Finnigan (40) Patrick Hoey (25) Edward Dunne (39) John Walsh (34) Michael Hughes (50) Michael Nunan (34) George Ennis (51) Patrick Bealen (30) James Healy (44) John Biernes (50) William O'Neill (16)

Kevin Barry House, North King Street, Dublin, Ireland

In Memory of an Irish Patriot Patrick Heeney 1881 - 1911 In 1907 the music of the Irish National Anthem, Amhrán na bhFiann (The Soldier's Song), was composed by Patrick Heeney at his home here at 101 Mecklenburgh Street (renamed Railway Street). His fellow Irish patriot, Peadar Kearney, wrote the song's lyrics, also in 1907 and assisted Heeney with the music. Patrick Heeney never lived to see his music become famous; he died in abject poverty in 1911 aged 29. He lies buried in an unknown grave in a Drumcondra Cemetery in Dublin. The song became the battle hymn for the men and women of the 1916 Easter Rising and was later sung in various British internment camps and prisons. In 1923, the Irish language translation of the song was made by Liam Ó Rinn, chief translator to the Oireachtas, who, along with his four brothers: Christopher, Joseph, Leo, and Patrick Ring, all fought in the GPO during the 1916 Easter Rising, as members of the Irish Volunteers. "Beidh cuimhne againn go deo ar ár dtírghráthóiri".

Railway Street, Dublin, Ireland

Éirí Amach na Cásca 1916 Anseo a bhí an siopa Thomáis Uí Chléirigh, céad shínitheoir porógra Phoblacht na hÉireann. Here was the shop of Thomas J. Clarke, first signatory of the Proclamation of Easter Week.

Parnell Street, Dublin, Ireland

John Millington Synge writer & dramatist lived here 1890 - 1906

31 Crosthwaite Park West, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

In No 7 Hoey's Court (now demolished) about 100 feet NW of this spot it is reputed that Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, was born on the 30th day of Novr. 1667 He died on the 19th day of Octr. 1745

near Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland

Robert Emmet arrested 25 August 1803 here in Palmer's House while hiding as a lodger under the assumed name of Hewitt after the aborted uprising

Harold's Cross Road, Dublin, Ireland

Here as he walked by on the 16th of October 1843 Sir William Rowan Hamilton in a flash of genius discovered the fundamental formula for quaternion multiplication i² = j² = k² = ijk = −1 & cut it on a stone of this bridge.

Broom Bridge, Broombridge Road, Dublin, Ireland

Quaker educationalist Anne Jellicoe 1823-1880 founded here in 1861 The Queen's Technical Training Institute for Women

Buswell's Hotel, 25, Molesworth Street, , Dublin, Ireland

Veronica Guerin was assassinated close to this site on June 26th 1996. May we always remember her for her courage. Honoured by South Dublin County Council and the Sunday Independent. An bheis dé go raibh a h'anam dílis solas dé inár measc

Newlands Cross, Naas Rd, Dublin, Ireland

Adjacent to this house was born AD 1740 James Napper Tandy civic tribune soldier and patriot, Secretary Dublin Society United Irishmen, Chef de Brigade Armée de la Republique Francaise, died in Bordeaux 1803. Erected by Quay Ward branch Wolfe Tone and '98 Memorial Association A.D. 1900 [full inscription unknown]

in the grounds of St Audoen's Chruch, 5 High Street, Jamestown, Dublin, Ireland

Constance Countess Markievicz lay in State in this Pillar Room of the Rotunda Hospital on 16 July 1927. Tens of thousands of people filed past the remains of one known as "The Lover of the Poor" She was interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.

Pillar Room, Rotunda Hospital, Parnell Street, Dublin, Ireland

1779 The birthplace of Thomas Moore, Ireland's lyric poet. Reconstructed in 1963

12 Aungier St, Dublin, Ireland

Michael Mallin [full inscription unknown]

Emmet Hall, 122 Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland

John Giles Irish international footballer was born and raised in Ormond Square

Ormond Square, Dublin, Ireland

Sculptor John Hughes lived in this house 1890-1901

Lennox St, Dublin 8, Dublin, Ireland

Temple Street Children's University Hospital first started as a charitable infirmary here on 7th November 1872

9 Upper Buckingham Street, Dublin, Ireland

Samuel Beckett (1906 - 1989) Writer and Nobel Laureate was born and mainly lived in Cooldrinagh, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock until 1927. This area insporied the settings for many of his works including Molloy, Watt, All That Fall and Company.

Brighton Road, Foxrock Viullage,, Dublin, Ireland

Railway Dtation Architect Sancton Wood 1816 - 1886 Heuston Station Main Building 1886

Heuston Station, Dublin, Ireland

Sir Jonah Barrington 1760 - 1834 memoir writer lived here

15 Harcourt St Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Civil & Structural Engineer First Professor of Engineering, T.C.D. John B. MacNeil F.R.S. 1793 - 1880 Dublin - Cork Railway 1844 - 1855, Heuston Station Concourse Roof 1848.

Heuston Station , Dublin, Ireland

Mhair and Chairdinéal John Henry Newman Diagaí, Scoláire agus céad Reachtaire ar Ollscoil Chaitlicheach na hÉireann anseo - 1854 go 1858 Cardinal John Henry Newman Theologian, Scholar and First Rector of the Catholic University of Ireland lived here 1854 - 1858

16 Harcourt St, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

St. Patrick's House of the Catholic university University College 1854-1909. John Henry Newman, Rector 1852-59, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Professor of Greek 1884-89, James Augustine Joyce, student 1899-1902

Merrion Square South, Dublin, Ireland

Sarah H. Purser Artist Lived Here 1887 - 1909

Harcourt Terrace, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Surgeon and Radiologist Dr Walter C. Stevenson 1877 - 1931 Lived Here 1910 - 1931 Pioneer in Radiation Oncology

60 Lwr Baggott St,, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Francis Bacon 1909 - 1992 artist was born in this house on 28 October 1909

63 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, Ireland

Catherine McAuley Woman of Mercy Built this house and lived here 1827 - 1841

Mercy International Centre, Baggot St Lwr, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Clonmell House home of The Municipal Gallery of Modern Art 1908 - 1932 founded by Sir Hugh Lane

17 Harourt St, Dublin 2, Dublin, Ireland

Birthplace of James Joyce poet - novelist 1882-1941

41 Brighton Square, Dublin, Ireland

In memory of Sean Healy Na. Fianna Eireann aged 15 years. Mortally wounded by British Forces at this spot during the Easter Rising April 1916

Doyle's Corner, Phibsborough, Dublin, Ireland

Lord Edward Carson 1854-1935 politician and lawyer born here 1854

4 Harcourt Street, Dublin, Ireland

Cathal Brugha 1874-1922

O’Connell Street, Dublin, Ireland

Society of United Irishmen of Dublin founded 9th November 1791 at The Eagle Tavern on this site

Quaker Meeting House, Eustace Street, Dublin, Ireland

The first meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland was held on premises on this site on 9th April 1798

59 Dawson Street, Dublin, Ireland

Senator William Butler Yeats 1965 - 1939 poet & playwright lived here 1922 - 1928

82 Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland

George William Russell AE 1867-1935 poet, mystic, painter, co-operator worked here

Plunkett House, 84 Merrion Square, Dublin, Ireland