ASU Men in Kilmainham (Names listed in text below)Readers may have seen how Patrick Reilly and Tom Kehoe  became the first of the Custom House prisoners to die, killed in action with the National Army during the Civil War.The next of their comrades to join them in the grave not too long after his release was George Gray. He survived the 1922-23 conflict on the pro-Treaty side, only to succumb to illness the year after hostilities ceased. The cause may have been a legacy of his active service and imprisonment. And as we shall see, his early death may also have been a happy release for him.During the War of Independence Gray served as a member of the Dublin Brigade ASU but had survived ...

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