Freedom of the City of Limerick

Between the late 12th and early 19th centuries, to be a freeman of Limerick meant that one possessed the right to participate in the political and economic life of the City as a full citizen. However the present system of conferring the honorary freedom of the City only commenced in 1877.

The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee - page 317 and pdf of full article

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, full article

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, full article

by permission Limerick Civic Trust�

, page 318

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 318

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 318

by permission Limerick Civic Trust

, page 319

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 319

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 319

by permission Limerick Civic Trust

, page 320

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 320

Remembering Limerick- The Freemen of Limerick by George E. (Ted) Russell and David Lee, p. 320

by permission Limerick Civic Trust

, page 321
Roll of Honorary Freemen of Limerick since 1877 - page 322 and pdf of full article

Remembering Limerick- Roll of Honorary Freemen of Limerick Since 1877, full article

Remembering Limerick- Roll of Honorary Freemen of Limerick Since 1877, full article

by permission Limerick Civic Trust�

, page 323

Remembering Limerick- Roll of Honorary Freemen of Limerick Since 1877, p. 323

Remembering Limerick- Roll of Honorary Freemen of Limerick Since 1877, p. 323

by permission Limerick Civic Trust

, page 324.

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