Volunteer Thomas Traynor hanged in Mountjoy 1921

#OnThisDay 1921 IRA Volunteer Thomas Traynor was hanged in Mountjoy Prison. Traynor, a boot-maker and father of ten, fought in 1916 & shared a cell with Sean MacEoin. He was captured during an ambush on Auxiliaries on Brunswick St, Dublin. He is one of ‘The Forgotten Ten’.

For more, read here: http://www.tullowmuseum.com/413280731

Thomas Traynor

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