Became Rack. What happened back then also left traces on the little people in the county. There's a story here about the camp, and there's another story about the parade ground. The west side is said to be Spy Bush. The rebels used to meet here, but there was a spy hiding in the bushes and watching them without their knowledge. He was eventually found and hanged in the bushes, and his skeleton is said to have been seen hanging in the bushes at night ever since.
This is just a small sample of the stories to Latest Mailing Database read, all of which can be found on ú. Stories of the Year: A History of Life and Death after the Easter Rising. Irish Biography Nationalism. The Irish Year, Month, Day. This series of blog posts aims to draw attention to some of the biographies in the database that are relevant to the participants in the Year Rising. Some of those who spent time in Welsh concentration camps are described here, and some of the women who played a role in the uprising in are profiled here.
This blog post continues the same theme, highlighting the stories of some who got lost or were executed for their involvement in the uprising. A comprehensive account of É and Á, the two leaders who signed the Proclamation of and were executed after Easter week , can be found iná (year) is mentioned along with and as one of the leaders of the year rebellion, who was involved in the language movement before being involved in the freedom movement. He was born in Ó á, Wexford. After his father's death, the family moved to Dublin, and by he became secretary of the Irish Language Union.