Identity Statement for John McGallogly

  • Reference code: IE UCDA P60
  • Title: Papers of John McGallogly
  • Dates: 1949
  • Level of description: Item
  • Extent: 23pp
  • Content and Structure
  • Conditions of Access and Use
  • Allied Material

Scope and Content

Copy of a typescript statement to the Bureau of Military History (BMH) by John McGallogly concerning his involvement with the Irish Republican Brotherhood and the Irish Volunteers in Glasgow, Scotland, from 1915 and subsequently in Dublin; his participation in the Easter Rising; his court-martial and detention in Kilmainham, Mountjoy, Portland, Lewes, and Pentonville prisons; describes IRB split in Glasgow in 1917, reprisals in Manchester for Black and Tan outrages in 1920, and imprisonment in Dartmoor from 1921 to 1922. Refers to fellow Volunteer members including Patrick Pearse and Eamon de Valera.


  • Access: Available by appointment to holders of a UCD Archives reader's ticket. Produced for consultation in original format. Original material will be retrieved at 11am and 2pm only.
  • Language: English

Original Bureau of Military History Statement held by the Military Archives

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