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Henry James Boland (1887–1922) by unknown photographer, 1919 Getty Images

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Boland, Henry James [Harry] (1887–1922), tailor's cutter and Irish revolutionary, was born on 27 April 1887 at 6 Dalymount Terrace, Phibsborough Road, north Dublin, the third of five children of James Henry Boland (1856–1895), paving overseer for the Dublin corporation, and Catherine (...

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Bond, Oliver (1760/61–1798), woollen merchant and Irish nationalist, was born at St Johnstown, co. Donegal, the son of a dissenting minister. His full name may have been Oliver Cromwell Bond, as this was used in contemporary reports of his radical activities. After serving an apprenticeship in ...

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See Hart, Aaron [Uri Feibusch, Uri ben Rav Hirz Hamburger]

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John, Edward Thomas (1857–1931), ironmaster and Welsh nationalist, was born at Pontypridd on 14 March 1857, the son of John John, an anchor smith, and his wife, Margaret Morgan. He attended the local Wesleyan day school. But early in life he moved to ...

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McCabe, William Putnam (c. 1776–1821), Irish nationalist and cotton manufacturer, was born in Belfast, the third of four children of Thomas McCabe (c.1739–1820), watchmaker, cotton manufacturer, and United Irishman, and his first wife, Jean Woolsey (d. June 1790), daughter of ...

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Monro, Henry (1758–1798), Irish nationalist and linen draper, was born in May or June 1758 in Lisburn, co. Antrim, Ireland, the second of three children. His father (1733–1793) was a Presbyterian, and his mother, Margaret Gorman (d. 1832), the daughter of a country gentleman of ...

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O Shannon, Cathal (1893–1969), Irish nationalist and trade unionist, was born on 9 June 1893 at Drumsough, near Randalstown, co. Antrim, the third of four children of Charles Shannon (c.1851–1908), a locomotive engine driver, and his wife, Alice (c.1850–1925), ...

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Sweetman, John (1752–1826), Irish nationalist and brewer, was born in Dublin, the son of John Sweetman (d. 1784), brewer, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Patrick Sweetman, brewer. R. R. Madden described him as 'an eminent and opulent citizen of Dublin, of an old and highly respectable family' (...