Some sources give his first name as William or Edmond Edmundbut these are less likely than Patrick. After being beheaded, his head was put on a stake for everyone to see.
Thus, Staker Wallace. The monument in his honor in Martinstown, Limerickrefers to him as Edmond. Unfortunately, contemporary news accounts in the Limerick Chronicle are long-lost. Nonetheless, his correct first name can be established from other sources.
According to traditional Irish naming patterns, the first-born son was named after his paternal grandfather. Both of Staker's sons named their first-born sons Patrick. A history of Limerick published in included a list of sentences passed by the General Court Martial in Limerick on July 4, Included on the list: "Patrick Wallis, for collecting subscriptions for procuring the assassination of Chas. Oliver, Esq. Ten of those listed had been executed, including a Patrick Wallis.
Wallis and Wallace are interchangeable spellings of his surname. Both were used in County Limerick at the time. Patrick Wallace's extended family had lived in the southeast parishes of County Limerick for generations. Wallace LP) a small farmer in his 60s when he became involved in revolutionary activities. Wallace was involved in the disturbances leading up to the rebellion in Ireland, and was hung as a local captain of the United Irishmen.
He was charged with being a disloyal revolutionary and plotting the assassination of Captain Lament For Staker Wallace - Seán Ó Riada - Our Musical Heritage (Vinyl Silver Oliver. On April 21,Wallace was publicly flogged at a cattle fair at Ballinvreena. He kept court at the city of Limerick the winter of with his Scottish army. After his defeat there is no doubt but that some of the Scotch soldiers stayed in Ireland. But the Irish genealogies of an earlier date mention the name as well as the documents I have noted.
As is well know, after each rebellion in Ireland the Irish lost their land by confiscation. The Wallaces also lost their homes; some of them, through, saved their land by being enrolled Lament For Staker Wallace - Seán Ó Riada - Our Musical Heritage (Vinyl innocents inonly to lose all in the war of All who would not conform to the established church and recognize William of Orange Lament For Staker Wallace - Seán Ó Riada - Our Musical Heritage (Vinyl their king, lost all their possessions.
In the Rebellion of none of the name cared to risk their lives and fortunes in the cause of liberty but William Wallace the Staker, who, true to the Wallace motto Pro libertate for libertygave Lament For Staker Wallace - Seán Ó Riada - Our Musical Heritage (Vinyl life to the hopeless cause.
They were prospering fairly well again when in came the crop failure and famine throughout Ireland. Having heard from friends who had come to America of the numerous chances to be had in the glorious land of freedom, all the grandsons of the Staker, with on exception, came to America. Among no people is the love of the land of their birth so strong as among the Irish. When war broke out in between the north and south the great-grandsons of the Staker enlisted under the stars and stripes for the Union.
In the arrangement of the families the small figure following each name indicates how many generations removed from the Staker. Many of the families in sending in their family chart failed to put in dates. I have inserted them just as received, Lament For Staker Wallace - Seán Ó Riada - Our Musical Heritage (Vinyl. I have not been able to trace all of the descendants; the daughters of the Staker I have only found to the third generation.
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