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Irish language writer Seosamh Mac Grianna
Dublin City Council unveils a commemorative plaque to the Irish language writer Seosamh Mac Grianna, at the site of his home in St Anne’s Park, Raheny. Born in Donegal in 1901, Mac Grianna came from a storytelling background, and his brother Séamus Ó Grianna was also an Irish-language author. Trained as a national school teacher…
Mac Grianna, Seosamh – Irish language writer
This plaque commemorates the Irish-language writer Seosamh Mac Grianna (1900-1990). Born in Donegal in 1900, Mac Grianna came from a storytelling background, and his brother Séamus Ó Grianna was also an Irish-language author. Locate this plaque on Google maps. Trained as a national school teacher in St Patrick’s, Drumcondra, Mac Grianna was a staunch republican,…
Dublin firemen commemorated with City Council plaque
Two firemen who died attending a fire on the night of 20 May 1891 have been memorialised by a Dublin City Council Commemorative Plaque at 30 Westmoreland Street, now CCT College. The plaque was unveiled by Lord Mayor Caroline Conroy and Chief Fire Officer Dennis Keeley on 19 May 2023. In 1891, Graham’s chemist occupied…
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