Thomas Kent

demo opzioni binarie app Kent was the only Irish man to be executed outside of Dublin as a result of the Easter Rising in 1916. He lived in Castlelyons, near Fermoy, Co. Cork and was an active member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, The Irish Volunteers and Sinn F éin.

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http://ces.fi/?piskodrom=tipps-und-tricks-bdswiss&e0a=48 Kent and his three brothers William, David and Richard were ready to take part in the Easter Rising in Cork until orders were remanded at the last minute owing to confusion among senior ranks of the Irish Volunteers. The Rising went ahead in Dublin and the police (The Royal Irish Constabulary) were sent to round up sympathisers all over the country.

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my review here When the RIC arrived at the Kent residence the men refused to surrender and a four hour gun battle ensued in which Head Constable William Rowe was fatally wounded. The brothers were eventually forced to surrender although Richard Kent attempted to escape but was shot and killed.

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http://blog.stylein.se/?vinuk=rsi-bin%C3%A4ra-optioner&d35=d0 Both William and Thomas were tried by court martial under the charge of armed rebellion. William was acquitted but Thomas was sentenced to death and was subsequently shot by firing squad on 9th May 1916 at Victoria Barracks (now Collins’ Barracks) on the northside of Cork City.

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Get More Info Cork’s train station was renamed from ‘Glanmire Road Station’ to ‘Kent Station’ in his honour in 1966.

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