Moore-street-room

The back room in No.16 Moore Street, where it is said that a wounded Connolly lay and a surrender was first discussed by Pearse and the other leaders. Image: Franc Myles

The back room in No.16 Moore Street, where it is said that a wounded Connolly lay and a surrender was first discussed by Pearse and the other leaders. Image: Franc Myles

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  1. It turns my stomach to think that this history could be demolished. Always about money. Root of all evil. My Grandfather Laurence Nugent was the captain of K company, his wife Teresa Nugent was also involved. They printed leaflets in 22 Upper Mount Street, Dublin. They did so much for freedom. God bless Ireland.

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