An account of the shooting of Capt John Lohan by National Forces

Connacht Tribune, 30 September, 1922

posted by Hilary Kiely, GMTI/GCC

A Civil War era engagement involving Irregulars, or Anti-Treaty,  soldiers from the Castlegar Comapny caught off-guard by the approach of Free State Forces. Upon being ordered to stop, Jack Lohan of Wood Quay made a break for freedom and was gunned down.

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