Full Name: Patrick Joseph Fleming

Address: 11 St. Joseph’s Parade (off Nelson Street)

Unit: E Coy, 2nd Battalion.

Born: 20 March 1900 at 28 St. Joseph’s Place.

Parents: Charles (a Warehouse/Van Man) and Esther Connor

Siblings: Sisters Rosanna and Honor; brothers Andrew J., Patrick J., James, Charles and Gerard J. (Larry died as an infant).

Military Service: E Coy, 2nd Battalion, Dublin Brigade. 1st Lieutenant, 2nd Eastern Division, National Army. During the Civil War again served under Tom Ennis in South West Cork Command at Bandon, Co. Cork as O/C Column.

Personal Life: Married on 3 June 1926 to Elizabeth Murphy at Bandon Church, Co Cork. A Clerk from 11 St Joseph’s Parade, Dublin. Died on 17 March 1976 aged 76 at 285 Pearse Avenue, Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin. A widower and retired Civil Servant. Buried in Deansgrange cemetery plot H0/127 St Brigid’s section. He was survived by his brothers Charles and Gerard.

Burning of Dublin Custom House 1921
A few inaccuracies but some truth too.

Remarks: Interned in Kilmainham Gaol until 8 December 1921. Listed in Army Census 1922. No MSP file online.

Relatives: None known.