Laurence J. Kettle, member of the Provisional Committee of the Irish Volunteers
The stone reads:
Charles Stewart Kettle
Newtown, St. Margaret's County Dublin
died 29 June 1952.
Also his beloved wife
died 11 June 1956
And his brother
Dr. Laurence J. Kettle
died 27th August 1960.
And his sister
died 13 September 1967.Thomas M. Kettle
In addition to standing against British hegemony in Ireland, Thomas Kettle fought in World War I. For the story of his military history see Military Monday: Thomas Kettle. Thomas Kettle is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing (Pier and Face 16C), Somme Battlefields, France.
|Thiepval Memorial to the Missing in the Somme.|
Photo appears with permission Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Anne Magee, Cumann na mBan 1917-1921
Michael Magee, A Company, 1st Battalion, Dublin Active Service Unit, 1913-1921. (and their parents)
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