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Notes & Queries – Dunlavin Massacre Song

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Full title: Dunlavin Green [ballad]

Creator / Author: Anon.

Item Type / Page count: Ballad / 6 verses

When Published: Various dates

Publisher / Place of Publication: Various.

Parent Publications: Appears in various books, magazines, discs.

About: The metrics of the West Wicklow Bookshelf Blog have indicated that someone searched using the terms ‘Dunlavin massacre song’. In response, we have transcribed the lyrics of the ballad ‘Dunlavin Green’ as recorded by Frank Harte and Donal Lunny and made it available to read online. The ballad refers to the execution of 36 people by British Crown Forces on May 26th, 1798.

Extra #1: Read the lyrics of the ballad here.

Extra #2: Check Libraries Ireland for the Frank Harte recording on CD.

Extra #3: Various renditions of Dunlavin Green can be heard on YouTube

Extra #4: The full story of the atrocity is recounted in Chris Lawlor’s book ‘The Massacre on Dunlavin Green

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Notes & Queries – Kilranelagh Poem

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Full title: Kilranelagh (an ancient burial ground in Co. Wicklow) [poem]

Creator / Author: James J. Doyle (1869-1916)

Item Type / Page count: Poem / 9 verses

When Published: 1985 /6

Publisher / Place of Publication: West Wicklow Historical Society / Baltinglass (?), Co. Wicklow.

Parent Publication [journal]:  Journal of the West Wicklow Historical Society: Number 2, 1985-1986 / 88pp

About: The metrics of the West Wicklow Bookshelf Blog have indicated several internet searches for the words ‘Kilranelagh poem’. In response, we have transcribed the text of this poem and made it available to read online. Hopefully this is the poem which is sought by the searcher(s).

ID number(s): 0790-1739

Extra #1: Read the poem here.

Extra #2: Check Libraries Ireland for the publication containing this poem.

Extra #3: Check OCLC WorldCat.org for the publication containing this poem in libraries worldwide.

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