Irish 18/01/1919 A Sinn Fein Prisoner from stated that 2 men had been arrested at near both were on the run and on was already sentenced and lodged in barracks. The prisoners were given a barrack form and blanket, these articles proving the undoing of their captors. their activity with the . They sang Sinn Fein songs to the Iron legs that was attached to One managed to escape that night. His companion however, had to remain and when the affair was he was promptly conveyed at Hill, Dublin as the investigation pended.
Irish Independent 14/03/1919 - Lardner and Jordan from Lincoln and Birmingham jails were met by and crowd headed by a band and torch escorted procession to the town hall. Houses and tar burned. The Rev. E. McGough stated ‘while the prisoners were in the jail great esteem continued for them and Lardner and Jordan pierce M. P. who chairman to as Ireland’s Martyr.
Connacht Tribune 04/09/1920 - Two students of the of Agriculture went to a country dance. Their bicycles were stolen. The volunteers of raided a young man’s house and showed a saddle to one of the who claimed it was his property. On 15th August the town volunteers arrested the culprit whose house the saddle was found in he was tried at a ‘special court’ where he pleaded not guilty and was remanded on bail of £ 50 shillings.
Irish 09/11/1920 - Sensational reports of shooting in on Sun. And from early morning and military motors have been flying in that direction.
Irish Independent 21/04/1921 - At the Galway Quarter Sessions Martin Blackhall, for the burning of a barn was awarded £100. He said he heard the baring being broken into and looking out in police uniform.
Freeman’s Journal 07/05/1921 - Searches on houses by the forces happened to Fr. Rev. Cannon , P. P. as S. Jordan; L. Lardner and J. J. Broderick . Property of Jordan which was a green costume was removed.
Irish Independent 01/06/1921 - Fras Healy was acquitted at Galway on a charge of being in possession. Accused denied seeing ammunition before.
Irish Independent 27/06/1921 - The pay clerk of of the Model Farm, was held up by about 10 armed men, who took from him £60 which he had to pay staff. Troops are encamped on the farm, and the local R. I.C. mail car was on the road at the time.
Connacht Tribune 03/08/1921 - Christopher; Patrick Doherty and MI Tierney an ex-soldier a conflict on the O’Malley Farm.