Monday, July 29, 2013


ENCOURAGECHANGE.: He also saw the graves of Sergeant Patrick Dunne and Volunteer Edward Ennis, two young men who died within months of each other in 1916, one fighting for Ireland and the other Britain.

Sgt Dunne was wounded at the Somme and returned to Ireland where he died and Vol Ennis was found dead on railway lines at Connolly station. Both were 19?Unknown Quote,They Were Dirt Poor Dubliners And Of Little "IMPORTANCE"To Anyones Official Account?

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