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Rose McGuinness

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Alternative Address: Cloonmore, Tarmonbarry, Co. Roscommon; Main Street, Longford
Census 1901: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Roscommon/Termonbarry/Cloonmore/1672036/
Census 1911: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Dublin/Fitzwilliam/Camden_Street__Lower_West_Side/78765/
Regiment/Unit: Árd Craobh (Central Branch), Cumann na mBan (Dublin)
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Rose came from Cloonmore, Tarmonbarry. She lived with her uncle Frank in Longford for some of her youth. Later, she went to Dublin and lived with her uncle Joe. She joined the Central Branch of Cumann na mBan.

Rose went into the Four Courts at the start of the rising. At some time during the week, she fell and cut her hands on a broken bottle. After that she was detailed to carry dispatches. Rose died of TB in 1919 and was returned for burial near Tarmonbarry.

 

Parents Names: Daughter of John McGuinness and Elizabeth (née Gearty), Cloonmore, Tarmonbarry
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