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The Irish Times
Proclamation said to have hung in GPO sells for €150,000Captain Percival Lea-Wilson, who gained infamy for his degrading treatment of r
Proclamation said to have hung in GPO sells for €150,000
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
Captain Percival Lea-Wilson, who gained infamy for his degrading treatment of republican prisoners who were detained at the Rotunda Gardens following the Rising, also exceeded its valuation and sold for €7,000. His wife Marie Lea-Wilson famously... Read more
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Irish Central
1916 Proclamation and other amazing Rising artifacts to be auctioned in Dublinletters, photographs and other memorabilia of Captain Percival Lea-Wilson, Roya
1916 Proclamation and other amazing Rising artifacts to be auctioned in Dublin
Irish Central / Posted 19 days ago
letters, photographs and other memorabilia of Captain Percival Lea-Wilson, Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) and his wife Dr Marie Lea-Wilson. Captain Lea-Wilson, infamously known for the abuse and humiliation of Republican prisoners in his charge... Read more
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The Irish Times
The ‘lost’ Caravaggio, and the Irish woman who bought iton the eve of the actual centenary of the Easter Rising (April 23rd), is an arc
The ‘lost’ Caravaggio, and the Irish woman who bought it
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
on the eve of the actual centenary of the Easter Rising (April 23rd), is an archive relating not to the Rising but to Marie Lea-Wilson who lived in Gorey, Co Wexford, and died in 1971. Hers is not a household name, but ought to be because it... Read more

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