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Eamonn Flood, Tommy Markey, Ailís Markey, Maureen Reilly and Seán Flood standing beside the grave of Thomas Markey at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

Eamonn Flood, Tommy Markey, Ailís Markey, Maureen Reilly and Seán Flood standing beside the grave of Thomas Markey at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

Eamonn Flood, Tommy Markey, Ailís Markey, Maureen Reilly and Seán Flood standing beside the grave of Thomas Markey at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

Eamonn Flood, Tommy Markey, Ailís Markey, Maureen Reilly and Seán Flood standing beside the grave of Thomas Markey at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

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Eamonn Flood, Tommy Markey, Ailís Markey, Maureen Reilly and Seán Flood standing beside the grave of Thomas Markey at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill. Photo: Aidan Dullaghan/Newspics

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Relatives of Thomas Markey the Dundalk man killed in action in Dublin in 1922 gathered on Friday last on the century of his death at his graveside in St. Patrick’s Cemetery.

Thomas from St. Brigid’s Terrace was one of a family of four of Thomas and Ellen Markey and had been living in Dublin when he joined the 1st Batt.,


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