Crinkill Barracks



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  • The barracks were built by Bernard Mullins at the instigation of Lawrence Parsons, 2nd Earl of Rosse, who had supported the need to build some barracks within a few hours’ march of the River Shannon, and were completed between 1809 and 1812.

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Crinkill Barracks

BT Birr

Crinkill Barracks

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Crinkill Barracks

  • UF Crinkle Barracks
  • UF Birr Barracks

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Memoir by Kathleen Barnwell, Birr

  • IE OCL P31
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  • 1918-1985

Typescript of memoir titled ‘Do You Remember’. Recounts the life in Birr and covers the following subjects: soldiers from Birr returning from World War I (1918), the Treaty (1921), occupation of Free State Troops of ‘The Gorm' (the workhouse) in Birr (1922), burning of Crinkle Barracks (1922) and other reminiscences of life in Birr from 1930s to 1980s.

Barnwell, Kathleen