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1 October 2015 Edition

Thomas Kent

1 October 2015

ONE SUNDAY in October 1915, the British Army was attempting to hold a recruitment meeting after Mass in the east Cork village of Dungourney. On hearing of it, Thomas and David Kent arranged for a group of Volunteers to march through the meeting. When they reached the end of the village, the Volunteers tuned to march through again but the meeting hurriedly dispersed. Free article

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