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Letter from Patrick Moran, Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin, to Mary Farrell, about his transfer from Arbour Hill to Kilmainham Gaol due to the fact he was mistakenly identified as one of the men who shot Lieutenant Ames at 38 Upper Mount Street, Dublin,

undated [1920 December].

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In Collection: Patrick Moran papers, 1916-1959.
Description: Mary Farrell is a friend of Patrick Moran from Dun Laoghaire. The Farrell family had a dairy where Patrick Moran used to work before he was arrested. One of the Farrell girls, Bea (B) was his girlfriend. He writes "I would feel down enough here if I weren't quite at ease about myself. I understand that I am not here for trial but for a further identification test. I was questioned about a little street in Dublin Upr. Mount Street that I haven't stood in for at least two years and they didn't ask me for my statement which would prove it an impossibility for me [to] be there at the hour. The partial identification broke down but the suspicion was enough to get me sent on here [Kilmainham Jail]. Looks like being a very Happy Xmas though if they hurry matters up, I might still be free then".
Main Creator: Moran, Patrick, 1888-1921
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (4 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,701/3 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.