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Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks in Co Louth, Ireland

Introduction

 

The following pictures are of former RIC Barracks and the sites of former RIC Barracks in Co Louth, many of which Sergeant Henry Connolly and his family lived in or near.

 

Please see the other links for Henry Connolly's story. Thank you.

The house to the right is the former RIC Barracks in Tallanstown, Co Louth. Henry Connolly was stationed here as an Acting Sergeant.
This is the former RIC Barracks in Reaghstown, Co Louth where Henry Connolly was stationed after promotion to Sergeant in 1916.
This is the former RIC Barracks in Termonfeckin, Co Louth where Henry Connolly was stationed when he met and married Ellen Mary McDonald in 1901. This is also where their first two children were born.
The former RIC Barracks at Gilbertstown, Co Louth where the disarmed Constable Charles McGee was stationed on the day he was shot by Irish Volunteers in Castlebellingham, Co Louth on Easter Monday 1916.
The former RIC Barracks in Dunleer, Co Louth in 2017. The image below shows an earlier configuration.
The former RIC Barracks at Dunleer, Co Louth in an earlier configuration. Before Kinsella's shop was built, the widows on either side of the middle door were symetrical.
Site of former RIC Barracks in Louth, Co Louth. Hernry Connolly was stationed here as an Acting Sergeant.
Site of the former Anne Street RIC Barracks in Dundalk, Co Louth in 2017. The outside gates and wall are original as is the cream coloured former District Inspector's house to the left
Sign fro Anne Street in Irish and English just down from the former Barracks.
Site of the former (Oxfam) Clanbrassil Street RIC Barracks in 2017. Henry Connolly was stationed here as a Constable and a Sergeant.
Street sign in Irish.
More modern street sign in Irish and English.
Site of former RIC Barracks in Bridge Street, Dundalk, Co Louth in 2017. Henry Connolly was stationed here early in his service and just before he retired in 1920.

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