25 Oct 1901.
He is not listed with mother at Strand House in census 1911, must be at boarding school.
was an extra in
(shot 1917, released 1918).
Studied agriculture in England and Denmark.
From 1932 he lived, wrote and farmed at
Downings House, Prosperous, Co.Kildare.
mar 1935 [him age 34, her age 37]
to Alice Curtayne [born 6 Nov 1898, Castle St, Tralee, Co.Kerry
dau of John Curtayne, "carriage builder", or "coach builder", of Castle St, Tralee,
by his wife Bridget Mary O'Dwyre.
for her family in
living Castle Street Upper, Tralee.
Stephen was a writer and radio broadcaster on Irish traditions etc.
He was also a journalist with
His works include:
Stephen was a contributor to long-running
RTE Radio 1
program Sunday Miscellany
He died 12 Dec 1980, Dublin North union, age 79 yrs.
He was bur at Killybegs cemetery, near Prosperous, Co.Kildare
Alice died 1981, age 83 yrs, bur Co.Kildare with husband.
Stephen and Alice
It is thought there may have been an RTE radio program
by Stephen Rynne (died 1980)
describing the visit home of his uncle Jim Sullivan (died 1935),
and this program was re-broadcast on RTE in
2003 or 2004.
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