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The coffin of executed 1916 leader in 2015. Thomas Kent arrives at Castlelyons church in County Cork. Photo by: RollingNews.ie/Merrion Street. April 24 is the historic anniversary of the start of the Easter Rising, which took place over the course of ...
Easter Rising leader executed in 1916: Thomas Kent
A year after his body was exhumed from an unmarked plot in Cork prison and interred in the family grave in Castlelyons, Co Cork, commemoration events in memory of Kent have been organised in his native village, nearby Fermoy and Cork city.
Memorial and parade will honour Thomas Kent
AN almost new-look Cork minor hurling team will be visitors to Walsh Park on Wednesday night hoping to kick start the bid for a first Munster title for the county since 2008. Among the players to look out for are full-back and captain Niall O'Leary ...
New-look Cork minor hurling outfit face tough test in Waterford
Despite Irish Volunteer contingents being on standby in Cork city, Kerry, Wexford and other major centres, the only serious fighting in Easter 1916 took place in Dublin and at Castlelyons in north Cork. Thomas Kent (50) and his brother Richard (41 ...
Tributes to those who died in fighting outside capital
Thomas Kent was the fourth son born to Mary Kent at Bawnrard House, Castlelyons, near Fermoy, Co Cork. The Kent family were substantial farmers and Thomas was raised as an Irish speaker who developed a deep affection for Irish music, dance, poetry ...
Thomas Kent: Agrarian agitator to forgotten volunteer
Overall winner Dermot McAuliffe, Castlelyons, Co Cork (second from left), receives his awards from Henry Corbally, Glanbia chair; Colm Eustace, Glanbia Agribusiness CEO, and Maurice O'Connell, Glanbia Business manager, at the Glanbia Quality Grain ...
Cork grower claims Glanbia grain award
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