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150th Anniversary of the Execution ('Judicial Murder') of 'The Manchester Martyrs'

On the 150th anniversary of their deaths (November 23rd), let us pause to commemorate, the brave Fenian heroes forever known in Irish history as  “THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS” .  (Left: A 19th century poster commemorating the Manchester Martyrs.)On the 18th of September 1867, in Manchester, England, Colonel Rickard O’Sullivan Burke,…See More
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Joe Gannon commented on Robert J. Bateman's blog post The 150th Anniversary of the Execution ("judicial murder") of "The Manchester Martyrs"
"'The execution of Fenians at Manchester', The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, November 30, 1867; Issue 198."
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Joe Gannon commented on Robert J. Bateman's blog post The 150th Anniversary of the Execution ("judicial murder") of "The Manchester Martyrs"
"The execution of the Manchester Martyrs, November 23, 1867. "
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Joe Gannon commented on Robert J. Bateman's blog post The 150th Anniversary of the Execution ("judicial murder") of "The Manchester Martyrs"
"For the first time in since 1867, descendants of Colonel Thomas J Kelly and Captain Timothy Deasy meet. This happened at the grave of Colonel Kelly. Erica Veil is the great-great-granddaughter of Colonel Kelly. Lt. Col. Robert Bateman (US Army,…"
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Joe Gannon commented on Robert J. Bateman's blog post The 150th Anniversary of the Execution ("judicial murder") of "The Manchester Martyrs"
"Colonel Thomas Kelly who was rescued from "the van" along with Timothy Deasy."
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150th Anniversary of the Execution ('Judicial Murder') of 'The Manchester Martyrs'

On the 150th anniversary of their deaths (November 23rd), let us pause to commemorate, the brave Fenian heroes forever known in Irish history as  “THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS” .  (Left: A 19th century poster commemorating the Manchester Martyrs.)On the 18th of September 1867, in Manchester, England, Colonel Rickard O’Sullivan Burke,…See More
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150th Anniversary of the Execution ('Judicial Murder') of 'The Manchester Martyrs'

Posted on November 5, 2017 at 12:30pm 4 Comments

On the 150th anniversary of their deaths (November 23rd), let us pause to commemorate, the brave Fenian heroes forever known in Irish history as  “THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS” .  

(Left: A 19th century…

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