8 thoughts on “ Henrey Joy McCraken ”

  1. Henry Joy McCracken. Replies: 24 Re: Henry Joy McCracken sarsol. Posted: Classification: Query "The Life and Times of Mary Ann McCracken" by Mary McNeill, originally published in by Allen Figgis & Co of Dublin contains a fold out family tree showing the antecedents and siblings of Henry Joy. It is out of print and has been reprinted in.
  2. On this day Henry Joy McCracken was executed for his role as commander of the County Antrim forces of the United Irishmen. After the United Irish defeat in Antrim in June of , Henry Joy fled to the Belfast Hills, whilst Mary Ann arranged his escape to America. However, he was seized on the way to the ship and tried by court martial.
  3. Apr 14,  · United Irishman Henry Joy McCracken was born in High Street, Belfast on 31 August Proud to belong to two important Belfast Presbyterian families, he .
  4. my name is francis sean mcCracken and i know for a fact that im a relation to henry joy as my great grandad is called henry sean mcCracken and his dad is called henry joy mcCracken and he go's on to be related to the actual henry joy mccracken leader of iresh republican rebelions. so ha. i even have proof as there's a pic on my wall of him. so no your not a relitive of him.
  5. Franke Harte and Donal Lunny, "Henry Joy McCracken" (on Franke Harte and Donal Lunny, " the First Year of Liberty," Hummingbird Records HBCD ()) - BS Pakenham, p. , says of McCracken () that he was "a remarkable man -- in may way the most attractive of all the original United brotherhood of Ireland.".
  6. Henry Joy McCracken (and he was normally given his name in full) was tall, fair-haired, and just under six foot. He was rash and impulsive. He had an instinctive sympathy for his workers, caring for their welfare and education. He and his sister, Mary Ann McCracken, founded the .
  7. Kelly's Cellars is the oldest licensed premises in Belfast. The original two-storey pub was built in by Belfast merchant Hugh Kelly who kept it as a bonded warehouse in which rum, gin and whiskey were his mainstays. It was a meeting place for Henry Joy McCracken and the United Irishmen when they were planning the Rising.. The story goes that McCracken hid behind the bar when British.

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