Wexford Gaol, Civil War Prison

Wexford Gaol

Wexford Gaol, Hillstreet, Wexford town. Built in 1812, this building was last used as a prison during the Irish Civil War. It was also the location where three anti-treaty IRA prisoners, James Parle, John Creane and Patrick Hogan, were executed on the 13th of March 1923.

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