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Remember With Us
A note from the GAA Museum Director, Niamh McCoy.
As the national custodian of all of the archives and artefacts of the Gaelic Athletic Association, the GAA Museum is honoured to remember the 100th anniversary of Bloody Sunday.
Niamh McCoy, Director of the GAA Museum, at the launch of the GAA Museum’s Bloody Sunday centenary events series
Celebrating Ireland’s national games and how the GAA has contributed to our cultural, social and sporting heritage is at the heart of everything we do. Remembering Bloody Sunday is therefore of utmost importance to us and we invite you to remember it with us through our sensitively curated, diverse events programme.
We hope our calendar contains something of interest for everyone. Our team has worked exceptionally hard developing this programme, ensuring that each element honours the victims and safeguards their memory for generations to come.
Amongst all of the immersive and enlightening experiences we have put together, our overall focus mustn’t be forgotten – to remember the victims and to remind people who they were. This is their story and our aim is to tell it in a respectful and thought-provoking way.
The names of those who died in Croke Park on Bloody Sunday 1920: James Burke, Jane (Jenny) Boyle, Daniel Carroll, Michael Feery, Michael Hogan, Thomas (Tom) Hogan, James Matthews, Patrick O’Dowd, Jerome O’Leary, William (Perry) Robinson, Tom Ryan, John William (Billy) Scott, James Teehan, Joseph Traynor.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anam.