Jack Moore, Fianna Eireann, Howth, Co. Dublin

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Jack Moore of Seaview Terrace, Howth, Co. Dublin. Jack Moore joined the local Fianna company in Howth at the age of 16. He served in the Fianna from 1919 until 1921, when he transferred to the IRA at the age of eighteen. He was active throughout the War of Independence and took the anti-Treaty side in the Civil War. He was arrested on August 9th 1922 and held at Wellington Barracks for his activities.
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Jack Moore’s Fianna Eireann Certificate of Service signed by Chief of Staff Eamon Martin
Photograph and Fianna Certificate from Marie Drummond and by kind permission of Philip O’Connor from his new book ‘Road to Independence’ available at http://www.howthfreepress.com/
Photograph of Jack Moore taken circa 1930s

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