Full Name: Myles Doody
Address: 1 Addison Road, Fairview
Unit: 5th Battalion (Engineers), No. 2 Section.
Born: 20 January 1902 at 6 St. Joseph’s Terrace, Fairview [Hmm, that address was given on 25 May 1921 by fellow Custom House prisoner Frankie Freyne alias George Lewis!].
Parents: John ‘Jack’ Doody (ex-Sergt DMP) originally from Rathvilly, Co. Wicklow and Ellen née Reddy from Dublin.
Siblings: Richard F., Mary B., Patrick T., John, Joseph T., and Eileen.
Military Service: Dublin Brigade IRA. Sergeant National Army, Dublin Guards, Beggars Bush.
Personal Life: Married Catherine Kennedy on 18 April 1931 at Coolock church. He was a Motor Driver of 1 Addison Road. Died 21 October 1955 at James Connolly Memorial Hospital, Blanchardstown. Aged 53, a married Lorry Driver late of 54 Wadelai Road, Ballymun and North Strand. Buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, plot FK77, St Patrick’s section.
Remarks: No Military Pension File online. Arrested at Custom House and interned in Kilmainham Gaol.
Relatives: None known. Myles and Catherine had at least four children between 1933 and 1943; names identified are John M., Myles J. and Barbara M.