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dc.contributor.authorCruise, Aidanen_IE
dc.contributor.otherCruise, Aidanen_IE
dc.identifier.otherwm_Captain Noel Lemass Memorial.jpg
dc.descriptionCaptain Noel Lemass (1897-1923) fought in the General Post Office during the Easter Rising 1916 and also in the War of Independence (1919-1921). He was a member of the anti-Treaty forces who occupied the Four Courts during the Civil War. Two months after the end of the Civil War he was kidnapped in Dublin and murdered and on 13th October 1923 his mutilated body was discovered on the Featherbed Mountain close to the Glencree Road, where this memorial stone honours his memory.en_IE
dc.rightsAidan Cruiseen_IE
dc.subjectCaptain Noel Lemass (1897-1923)en_IE
dc.subjectfought in the GPO in 1916 and the War of Independenceen_IE
dc.subjectanti-Treaty forces during the Civil Waren_IE
dc.subjectkidnapped and murdereden_IE
dc.subjectFeatherbed Mountain close to the Glencree Roaden_IE
dc.subjectmemorial stoneen_IE
dc.titleMemorial Stone for Captain Noel Lemass (1897-1923) at Featherbed Mountainen_IE
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