Mary (Mollie) Gill, Murphystown, Dundrum - first President of Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael from 1923-1941
Frances Mary Josephine Gabriel Hurley, Ballybrack - released from the North Dublin Union on 29 September 1923
Dollie Jeffares, Grove Cottage, 7, Grove Ave, Blackrock - released from the North Dublin Union on 29 September 1923
The D'Arcys of Woodside, The Hill, Dalkey - Margaret, Deenie and Mary -
Four members of the D'Arcy family were imprisoned in the Civil War for opposing the Irish Free State. The family home was Woodside, a farm at the base of Dalkey Hill. In 1923 the head of the household was Mrs D'Arcy. Margaret D'Arcy and her sisters Theresa (known as Deenie) and Mary were imprisoned in Kilmainham Jail during 1923. Deenie was arrested first on 7 March 1923, followed by Mary on 23 March 1923 and finally Margaret (known as Nellie) who joined them on 4 April 1923. Their brother Paddy was also in prison. Margaret was transferred to the North Dublin Union where she went on hunger strike and afterwards suffered from stomach trouble. She was held until 28 September.
May Reamsbottom, 164, Deansgrange Blackrock, Co Dublin - transferred to the North Dublin Union and released on 28 September 1923, having been on hunger strike for 10 days
Gretta Coffey, 1, Charlemont Ave, Dún Laoghaire - transferred to the North Dublin Union and released on the 29 September 1923
Moira Broderick, 'Ardcuain', Glenageary - held in Kilmainham Jail before bring transferred to the North Dublin Union on 30 April 1923. She was released on 28 September 1923
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