Grace Gifford Plunkett and Irish Freedom: Tragic Bride of 1916
Grace Gifford married Joseph Mary Plunkett in Kilmainham jail a few hours before his execution. He had been one of the leaders in the 1916 insurrection. This is the story of Grace Gifford Plunkett's life.
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TWO Joseph Mary Plunkett
FOUR The Easter Rising
SIX The Struggle Continues
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