Thomas Russell
(1767-1803)

Died aged c. 36

Thomas Paliser Russell (21 November 1767 – 21 October 1803) was founding member, and leading organiser, of the United Irishmen marked by his radical-democratic and millenarian convictions. He was executed for his part in Robert Emmet's rebellion in 1803.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Albert Bridge on Wikimedia Commons
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Thomas Russell 1767-1803 United Irishman 'the Man from God knows where' Librarian 1794-1796

Linenhall Hall Library, Belfast, United Kingdom where they was Librarian

Thomas Russell 1767-1803. United Irish Leader and social radical. Executed here 21 October 1803.

English St, Downpatrick, United Kingdom where they was