Nolan Memorials in Ireland

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CARLOW – Tullow Abbey

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"Men, die like heroes; your country will remember you;
shed not the blood of the innocent; let not the word 
informer be written on the foreheads of your children."
Thus did Tom Connors of Ardristan encourage the 
three brave Maher brothers, his neighbours and fellow 
victims of abominable torture unto death on the triangle 
at Carlow Barracks, 25 May 1798. Taken down from the 
triangle Connors was tortured further until his final words
"My country and my God" presaged his death.

Unveiled by his great grand nephew Michael Nolan,
15 June 2003.
B'fhior don Chonchubbrach.
Cuimhncofar go deo ar an geeathrar acu. ( click to view image )
(Iron Cross)
Erected by John Hayden
in memory of his father
Thomas who died 6th Dec 1904
Also his mother who died 28th Mar 1916 ( click to view image )
Ruins of Tullow abbey and cemetery
located on east side of main road 
heading south from Tullow ( click to view image )
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