Plaques commemorating women

Photograph of Dublin City Council Commemorative Plaque honouring Kathleen Lynn and Madeleine ffrench-Mullen. ffrench-Mullen, Madeleine - This plaque commemorates both Madeleine ffrench-Mullen and her lifelong partner Dr Kathleen Lynn, who founded Teach Ultan (St Ultan's Infants… Continue Reading
Photograph of commemorative plaque for Margaret Keogh, in Ringsend, Dublin 4. Keogh, Margaret – Cumann na mBan - This plaque commemorates Margaret Keogh, one of two Cumann na mBan members to die in the fight for Irish freedom. Locate this plaque… Continue Reading
Photograph of Dublin City Council Commemorative Plaque honouring Kathleen Lynn and Madeleine ffrench-Mullen. Lynn, Dr Kathleen - This plaque commemorates both Dr Kathleen Lynn and her lifelong partner Madeleine ffrench-Mullen, who founded Teach Ultan (St Ultan's Infants… Continue Reading
commemorative plaque honouring Countess Markievicz. Markievicz, Countess - This plaque commemorates republican and labour activist Constance Countess Markievicz at Surrey House, Leinster Road, Rathmines, where she and her… Continue Reading
photograph of commemorative plaque honouring Iris Murdoch. Murdoch, Iris – philosopher & writer - This plaque honours philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch, who was born on Blessington Street, Dublin, on 15 July 1919. Locate… Continue Reading
Photograph of a Dublin City Council plaque commemorating Anna Parnell Parnell, Anna – founder of the Ladies’ Land League - This plaque commemorates Anna Parnell, feminist, activist, and founder of the Ladies' Land League, at the offices of the Leaguea… Continue Reading
commemorative plaque honouring Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, suffragette Skeffington, Hanna Sheehy - This plaque at Dublin Castle, Ship Street, commemorates suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, who smashed windows at the Castle in the… Continue Reading
Photograph of a Dublin City Council commemorative plaque to Jane Lady Wilde 'Speranza'. Wilde, Lady Jane ‘Speranza’ - This plaque commemorates Jane Wilde, poet, feminist, and nationalist. Born in 1821, Jane Wilde was a polyglot who translated works… Continue Reading