The Heroes of Fermoy and Castlelyons

Below the various monuments and plaques to The Kents , Michael Fitzgerald and James B. Maye.

The Thomas Kent Monument on the Bridge over the river Blackwater Fermoy

The  Kent Monument on the Bridge over the river Blackwater, Fermoy.

1916 To the memory of the Kent Family who nobly defended the Irish Republic against the English army of occupation at Bawnard House Castlelyons on the 2nd May(Easter Rising) 1916   Go dtuga dia suaimhneas síoraí dóibh  Erected by the Kent memorial committee USA  this memorial shall not be unveiled until Ireland is completely free”

The Michael Fitzgerald monument outside Fermoy Court/Town Hall

The Monument to the Hunger Striker Michael Fitzgerald  outside Fermoy Court/Town Hall

 

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The memorial to James B Maye in Castlelyons

The memorial to James B Maye outside the ruins of Castlelyons Abbey

The memorial to James B Maye outside the ruins of Castlelyons Abbey

“….who for the last 20 years of his life took a leading part in many a hard fought and stubborn battle….”

Half a mile from Castlelyons, in Bride Bridge is the 1916 – 1966 monument outside the local Church

The Bride Bridge 1916- 1966 Monument

The Bride Bridge 1916- 1966 Monument

To Richard Kent, Thomas Kent, Michael Fitzgerald and Arthur Mulcahy   "It is our sacred duty to strive to accomplish their ideals"

To Richard Kent, Thomas Kent, Michael Fitzgerald and Arthur Mulcahy “It is our sacred duty to strive to accomplish their ideals”

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