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Patrick Whelan

Vol. Patrick Bernard Whelan (4 September 1893 - 26 April 1916) was 22 years of age when he was shot on the third floor of Boland's Mill during the Battle of Mount Street Bridge.

An active member of the Gaelic League in Ringsend, Whelan was also a renowned hurler, who played for Fontenoy's Club in Ringsend. 

He is buried in Grave VB 100 South Section in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. The memorial stone, erected by The National Graves Association, was unveiled on November 24th 1935.

Whelan was posthumously awarded the 1916 Medal in 1941 and Whelan House in Thorncastle Street, Ringsend, Dublin, is named in his honour.