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My ancestors - O'Rahilly - Contents


Memorials to The O'Rahilly

Memorials to The O'Rahilly, the 1916 leader who died in action.



The song "My Love: The O'Rahilly"


The song "My Love: The O'Rahilly" (2006).



The song "Darling Michael"


The song "Darling Michael" (2014).






O'Rahilly Parade and plaque, Dublin




Plaque at Ballylongford, Co.Kerry




Bust of The O'Rahilly, Ballylongford




Bench at Ventry, Co.Kerry




Grave of The O'Rahilly, Glasnevin




The poem "The O'Rahilly" by Yeats




The song "My Love: The O'Rahilly"




The song "Darling Michael"




The play "The Unsung Hero"





Other poems, songs, plays, etc.




Streets and sports clubs




The Small Square, Listowel (formerly "O'Rahilly Square").
From street view.



A letterhead from "O'Rahilly Square", Listowel, in 1925, showing the name before it reverted back to "The Small Square".
See full size. Courtesy of Vincent Carmody.




RTE 1966 programs



Other



 

Plaque in the bar of Wynn's Hotel, Dublin, to commemorate the meeting founding the Irish Volunteers here in 1913.
From Wynn's Hotel.
See also 2009 photo.
See also shot from Cé a Chónaigh i mo Theachsa? (2010).
The O'Rahilly is the first name listed.
See also plaque to Cumann na mBan at Wynn's Hotel, with the name of his wife Nancy on it.


 

Irish-language plaque to The O'Rahilly on church bench at St Teresa's church, Clarendon St (off Grafton St), Dublin.
This is where his cousin Rev. Dominic Mangan was Prior (see letter of Feb 1917 about the plaque).
Photo 2015. See larger and full size. See other shot.
The plaque is at the back of the church on the RHS. See wider shot.




Not relevant



O'Reilly Street in Havana, Cuba (see map) has been mistakenly called "O'Rahilly Street".
In fact, it is named after Alejandro O'Reilly.
Image from here.



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