Thomas Traynor
 

Thomas Traynor

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Having fought alongside Eamon de Valera at the Boland Mills Garrison during the Easter Rising of 1916, Thomas Traynor spent some time in prison in Wakefield, England. Upon his release he returned to active duty with the IRA and was attached to ‘B’ Company, 3rd Battalion Dublin Brigade, during the Irish War of Independence. On March 14th, 1921, whilst in action against British soldiers and the Black and Tans, he was captured on Pearse Street, Dublin and was tried and sentenced to death by hanging at Mountjoy Prison on April 25th, 1921.

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Thomas Traynor and other Great Irish People are featured in the book Great Irish People - A Dictionary of Irish Biography, which you can buy online here.
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Thomas Traynor Print

This beautiful print of Thomas Traynor (1882 - 1921) comes in four sizes 12" x 16" or 16" x 20" or 20" x 24" and Poster size 24" x 36" with two different finishes, Gloss or Parchment and will be delivered to your home or business within 14 days. For a small additional charge you can have a short biography of Thomas Traynor printed beside the portrait.

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