Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys,
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Think this is The O'Rahilly, his wife Nancy, and Nell.
Might be Dick as a toddler in front and photo might be c.1899.
Stonework strongly looks like Quinsborough House.
Image 3960 in Humphrys glass negatives. See larger and full size.
Light-adjusted. See original.
See other copy.
Think this is The O'Rahilly and his wife Nancy Brown.
See larger and full size. Image 5735 in Humphrys glass negatives.
See picture of think Nancy. Image 7091 in Humphrys glass negatives. Light-adjusted. See original.
The O'Rahilly and his sister Nell, 1914.
The Humphreys house, 54 Northumberland Rd.
This is NOT Anno.
See full size. See other scan.
See copy in [P106/112(6)]. The back says this is Nell.
See copy in [P106/112(3)]. The back says this is Nell.
See copy in [P106/112(4)].
See copy in [P106/112(5)].
[O'Rahilly, 1991] also says Nell.
Close-up of The O'Rahilly from above.
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The O'Rahilly. Similar shot. 54 Northumberland Rd, c.1915.
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Portrait of The O'Rahilly. See full size.
Photo of The O'Rahilly speaking at some event in early 1916, possibly in Limerick.
"Irish Press Pictures", though taken long before Irish Press founded (1931).
Found by Frank O'Rahilly and posted here on Save Moore Street Dublin page.
Caption of above - though it is not an O'Rahilly in top row.
Tony Kavanagh says top row is: Christopher Healy, Tess Healy, Patrick Kavanagh, May Kavanagh, George Swan.
Picture of The O'Rahilly hanging in his old school Clongowes.
"after passing numerous sentries and
riding over heaps of broken glass we got to the Morgue. There was
Michael stretched out on a stand. He was even honoured there, all the
others were lying on the ground and he did look fine, Nora. His head
thrown back, he had a very high forehead and he looked as brave and
peaceful as ever a warrior sculpted in marble on a tomb."
- Nell describes identifying the body of her brother The O'Rahilly after the 1916 Rising [P106/384].
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