Sheila O’Hanlon was linked to several of the previously ‘Lost’ Volunteers who traveled from Manchester to take part in the Rising.

Sheila took part in the Rising as a member of Cumann na mBan, being stationed in the Marrowbone Lane Distillery until she was arrested after the surrender.

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Sheila O'Hanlon

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With many thanks to: Gillean Robertson Miller – 1916 Easter Rising Historical Society….
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