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On Thursday night the same party defending the same bridge was menaced by troops who had managed to occupy a house at the corner of Bridge Street. The enemy was sniping all round from this house when Lieut. While this was in progress he calmly walked across the bridge carrying tins of petrol. Having broken the windows and poured the petrol into the building, he set it on fire and burned out the enemy. Members of the Battalion, who witnessed this and other incidents, to this day speak of the wonderful coolness displayed by this young Officer who was destined to become Vice-Brigadier of the Dublin Brigade of the Irish Republican Army and whose ultimate fate was to be murdered by Black and Tans in Dublin Castle five years later.

Seeing the barricade the chauffeur stopped the car and attempted to get it into reverse. Clancy, noticing this, immediately jumped over the barricade. Clancy, who made the occupants of the car prisoners. In addition to the driver, Lord Dunsanny who was also wounded and a Colonel Lindsey, were in the car. On his departure, he shook hands with all the men manning the position saying: After the surrender in he was court martialled and sentenced to death, later commuted to penal servitude for ten years, in Portland and Lewes.

From that time he and Commandant McKee became the closest friends and associates, and partners in many daring enterprises. When nineteen prisoners escaped from Mountjoy Prison, it was Peadar who threw the rope across the wall to them, and stayed on the Canal Bank holding the rope till the last man got away. With a time element of seven minutes maximum allowed, the entire operation was completed in five to six minutes. Twenty-five Rifles, two Lewis Guns and a large quantity of ammunition were seized, and carried away without casualties. Here they were surrounded and captured, later an attempt to rescue them failed, and they died under the most horrible and excruciating circumstances, on 22nd November, He was placed with D.

Clancy and all three were murdered together. It would be impossible to estimate the loss of this outstanding leader Peadar Clancy whose services to the Dublin Brigade were invaluable. His membership in the Volunteers began with the formation of the Clooney Company. He was an ardent and loyal supporter of the Volunteer Movement, and engaged in all the operations of the Clooney Company, during the Fight for Independence. In he joined the Active Service unit and was killed in Action in Dublin early West Clare Brigade Educated in Coore National School An unusually tall and athletic young man, an outstanding Gaelic Football player, and a successful competitor in jumping events at many of the local sports meetings.

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The steward registered his disapproval and immediately opened fire with a revolver. He was shot down and critically wounded. After an interval of four days, due to transportation difficulties, he was removed to a Limerick Hospital where he died the next day. He was buried in Killimer Cemetery, June He engaged in all IRA activities in the 5th Batt. Following the split he remained on the Republican side. He was arrested in and imprisoned in Limerick where he was hospitalized after two weeks. He was released in ill health and died soon after. His death was attributed to Active Service.

He later transferred to the East Clare Column, and participated in the Cratloe Ambush where he died during the attack, on British Forces. Following his death he was taken to Duagh, Co. Kilbehenny had hundred suppliers from the following places: Work was hard, cows were hand- milked, and the 20gallon churns had to be physically lifted into carts and from there on to the creamery floor. However, people helped each other and there was great camaraderie and banter during these happy hours. Many a trick was played on an unsuspecting farmer, but this was taken with good humour and 'revenge was sweet' t was at the creamery that people learned of births, marriages, deaths and all sorts of events.

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