James Hayden was shot dead by Crown military forces on Sunday
6th March 1921 for 'failing to stop when ordered'. He was
mistaken for the O/C of a Kilkenny Flying Column that had been
lying up in the area. He was from Crannagh, Borris.
Michael Fay, James and Peter O'Farrell (or Farrell), and
Michael Ryan were all killed during an ambush at Mullinaglown,
Ballymurphy on 18 April 1921.
Larry O'Neill's Flying Column had been intercepted by British
Forces and it was here, or more precisely in Joyce's Bog, that
Fay met his fate.
In the ensuing follow-up the other 3 civilians were killed
whilst working on their farms.
Myles (Myley) Carroll was killed on December 5th 1922 in an
action with Free State forces at Straduff, Shean, near
Garryhill; alongside Seamus O'Toole from County Wicklow.
M. O'Carroll was from Killedmond, Borris
No further information yet on Byrne; he may also have died
during the Civil War
M. Ryan J. Hayden (Crannagh Borris)
M. O' Carroll (Killedmond, Borris)
P. O' Farrell
M. Fay C. Byrne