Simultaneous with the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland were several
other world events that still reverberate today: World War 1, the Russian revolution, the breakup of the Ottoman Empire, etc.
This traumatic era split families and friends, allegiances. Nolans were no exception with members on all sides of the questions.
The Nolan Clan reaches out to the worldwide Nolan diaspora and asks anyone reading this Blog posting and having information about a Nolan family member during the troubled 1916 time period to submit it for inclusion in the Clan’s historical archives.
Many Nolan families have connections to events related to the Rising. We hope to hear from Nolans at home in Ireland or wherever else the winds have taken us.
Many thanks to David and Orla Nowlan of Dublin for suggesting this project and for the fascinating story of David’s great, great uncle James Nowlan, first president of the Gaelic Athletic Association which played a significant role in the events leading up to the 1916 Easter Rising.
You may add to the collection of 1916 era anecdotes by sending any information you might have either directly to (Chris Nolan ) or by submitting the particulars using the form which follows.
Chris Nolan, Nolan Clan Chief (2015-2017)
Submission of a 1916-Era Anecdote
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