Sources and Acknowledgements


The following sources were consulted in the course of preparing this project:

The Death of Thomas Ashe. Full Report of the Inquest. Dublin 1917.

Ashbourne Memorial Book: Published by Cumann Cabhartha

Sean-Oglach Fhine Gall, n.d.

Ashe, Rev. John: Annascaul Revisited and Reviewed,

Carnegie, Renown Press, n.d.

Foley, Patrick: History of County Kerry,

Dublin, 1907, (Sealy, Bryers & Walker).

Gaughan, Fr. J. Anthony: Austin Stack, Portrait of a Separatist.

Kingdom Books, 1977.

The Kerryman: 1916-66 Golden Jubilee

Commemoration Supplement, 9 April, 1966.

King, Jeremiah: History of County Kerry, 3rd. Ed.

London, n.d. (post - 1922)

Ó Lúing, Seán: I Die In A Good Cause, a study of

Thomas Ashe, Idealist and revolution,

Anvil Books, 1970.

O'Mahony, Sean: The First Hunger Striker - Thomas Ashe 1917,

ELO publications, 2001

Ó Moraín, Michéal: Thomas Ashe 1885 - 1917,

Coiste Cuimhneachán Thomaís Ághas, 1985

Ó Muirthile, An that Seosamh: Tréithe Thomáis Ághas, Baile Átha Cliath, 1967 (Clodhanna Teo.).

O'Sullivan, Thomas F.: Romantic Hidden Kerry, Tralee 1931.

(The Kerryman). Includes

"The Martyrdom of Tom Ashe" pp. 339-46.


In adddition we wish to acknowledge the assistance of Kerryman journalist Seamus Mac Conville for his reporting of the visit of Gregory Peck to Kerry in 1968 and to Gary Fishall,biographer of Gregory Peck for providing source material on the actor's genealogy.

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