Patrick Coll1

M, #381921
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Patrick Coll married Elizabeth Carroll.1
     He was a farmer.1 He lived at Knockmore, Bruree, County Limerick, IrelandG.1

Child of Patrick Coll and Elizabeth Carroll

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Catherine Coll1

F, #381922
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Catherine Coll is the daughter of Patrick Coll and Elizabeth Carroll.2,1 She married, secondly, Charles Wheelwright.1 She married, firstly, Vivion Juan de Valera, son of Juan de Valera and Amelia Acosta, on 19 September 1881.1
     Her married name became Wheelwright.1 She emigrated to U.S.A.G, arriving on 1879.1 From 19 September 1881, her married name became de Valera.

Child of Catherine Coll and Charles Wheelwright

Child of Catherine Coll and Vivion Juan de Valera

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Eamon de Valera1

M, #381923, b. 14 October 1882, d. 29 August 1975
Last Edited=13 May 2017
Eamon de Valera 2
Photograph by Library of Congress
     Eamon de Valera was born on 14 October 1882 at Manhattan, New York City, New York, U.S.A.G.1 He was the son of Vivion Juan de Valera and Catherine Coll.3 He married Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan, daughter of Laurence Flanagan, on 8 January 1910.1 He died on 29 August 1975 at age 92.1
     He was given the name of Edward de Valera at birth.1 He was educated at National School, Bruree, County Limerick, IrelandG.1 He was educated at Christian Brothers' School, Charleville, Blackrock, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1904 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)1 He was a secondary school teacher and Teachers Training College and university lecturer.1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1910 with a Higher Diploma of Education.1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1914 with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)1 He was officer in charge of the 3rd Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Irish Volunteers between 1915 and 1916.1 He was Commandant of the Irish Nationalists during the Easter Uprising in 1916.1 He was President of the Irish Volunteers between 1917 and 1922.1 He was President of Sinn Fein between 1917 and 1926.1 In June 1917 he was sentenced to death (commuted to penal servitude for life and released in the General Amnesty).1 He was Parliamentary Represenative for East Clare between 1918 and 1921.1 In May 1918 he was re-imprisoned.1 Between 1919 and 1920 he visited the U.S.A. seeking official recognition for the Irish Republic and raised an external loan of £6,000,000 for the Irish Republican Government.1 He held the office of President of the Irish Republic between 1919 and 1922.1 In February 1919 he escaped from Lincoln Gaol.1 He held the office of Chancellor of the National University of Ireland in 1921.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Down [Northern Ireland] between 1921 and 1929.1 Between December 1921 and January 1922 he rejected the Anglo-Irish Treaty.1 He was President of Fianna Fáil between 1926 and 1959.1 He held the office of Leader of Opposition [Irish Free State] between 1927 and 1932.1 He held the office of President of the Executive Council [Irish Free State] between 1932 and 1937.1 He held the office of Minister for External Affairs [Irish Free State] between 1932 and 1937.1 He held the office of President of the Council of the League of Nations between September 1932 and October 1932.1 He was awarded the Grand Cross, Order of Pius IX in 1933.1 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) for South Down [Northern Ireland] between 1933 and 1937.1 In 1937 he introduced the Constitution of Ireland to the Dail Eireann.1 He held the office of Taoiseach [Ireland] between 1937 and 1948.1 He held the office of Minister for External Affairs [Ireland] between 1937 and 1948.1 In 1938 Pres Assembly of League of Nations.1 He held the office of Minister for Education [Ireland] between 1939 and 1940.1 He held the office of Minister of Education [Ireland] between 1939 and 1940.1 He held the office of Leader of the Opposition [Ireland] between 1948 and 1951.1 He held the office of Taoiseach [Ireland] between 1951 and 1954.1 He held the office of Leader of the Opposition [Ireland] between 1954 and 1957.1 He held the office of Taoiseach [Ireland] between 1957 and 1959.1 He held the office of President of Ireland between 1959 and 1973.1 He was awarded the Grand Cross, Order of Charles in 1961.1 He was awarded the Grand Cross, Order of Christ in 1962.1 He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)1 He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law (LL.D.)1 He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science (Sc.D.)1 He was appointed Fellow, Royal Society (F.R.S.) in 1968.1 He was awarded the Grand Cordon, Order of Leopold in 1968.1

Children of Eamon de Valera and Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S130] Wikipedia, online http;//www.wikipedia.org. Hereinafter cited as Wikipedia.
  3. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Laurence Flanagan1

M, #381924
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Laurence Flanagan lived at Carbery, County Kildare, IrelandG.1

Child of Laurence Flanagan

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan1

F, #381925, b. circa 1878, d. 7 January 1975
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan was born circa 1878.1 She was the daughter of Laurence Flanagan.2 She married Eamon de Valera, son of Vivion Juan de Valera and Catherine Coll, on 8 January 1910.1 She died on 7 January 1975.1
     She was author of numerous plays, poems and stories for children.1 She was an enthusiastic worker for Irish language.1 From 8 January 1910, her married name became de Valera.

Children of Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan and Eamon de Valera

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]


Eamon de Valera1

M, #381926, b. 11 October 1913
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Eamon de Valera was born on 11 October 1913.1 He is the son of Eamon de Valera and Sinéad Ni Fhlannagáin Flanagan.2 He married Sara O'Doherty in April 1941.1
     He was educated at Blackrock College, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1936 with a Bachelor of Surgery (B.Ch.)1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, with a Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.)1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1937 with a Bachelor of Arts in Obstretics (B.A.O.)1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1941 with a Master of Arts in Obstretics (M.A.O.)1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1944 with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)1 He was appointed Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (F.R.C.P.I.) in 1947.1 He was Master at Holles Street Hospital, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was an Obstetrician-Gynaecologist at National Maternity Hospital, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was a Gynaecologist Mater at Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was a Gynaecologist Mater at St. Luke's Hospital, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1960 at University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was appointed Fellow, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (F.R.C.O.G.) in 1970.1 He was appointed Fellow, American College of Surgeons (F.A.C.S.) in 1971.1 He lived in 1976 at 19 Shrewsbury Road, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1

Children of Eamon de Valera and Sara O'Doherty

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Eamon de Valera1

M, #381927, b. 1944
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Eamon de Valera was born in 1944.1 He is the son of Eamon de Valera and Sara O'Doherty.2,1 He married Patricia McDonagh, daughter of Dr. M. H. McDonagh, on 8 January 1968.1
     He was educated at Blackrock College, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG.1 He was educated at Gormanston College, IrelandG.1 He was admitted to King's Inns entitled to practise as a Barrister-at-Law.1 He graduated from University College Dublin, Dublin, County Dublin, IrelandG, in 1967 with a Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.)1 He was a lawn tennis player.1 He lived in 1976 at Glenshedy, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, County Dublin, IrelandG.1

Children of Eamon de Valera and Patricia McDonagh

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Dr. M. H. McDonagh1

M, #381928
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Dr. M. H. McDonagh lived at Heath House, Abbeyleix, County Laois, IrelandG.1

Child of Dr. M. H. McDonagh

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Patricia McDonagh1

F, #381929
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Patricia McDonagh is the daughter of Dr. M. H. McDonagh.2 She married Eamon de Valera, son of Eamon de Valera and Sara O'Doherty, on 8 January 1968.1
     She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)1 From 8 January 1968, her married name became de Valera.

Children of Patricia McDonagh and Eamon de Valera

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]

Eamon de Valera1

M, #381930, b. 1971
Last Edited=24 Oct 2010
     Eamon de Valera was born in 1971.1 He is the son of Eamon de Valera and Patricia McDonagh.2

Citations

  1. [S47] BIFR1976 page 359. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S47]
  2. [S47] BIFR1976. [S47]