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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (September 2010) Micheál Ó Droigheaín, Irish national school teacher and Brigadier of the South Connemara Brigade, Irish Republican Army, fl. 1916–1922. Ó Droigheaín's family lived at Gate Lodge, Bearna, County Galway, on an estate held by the Blake family (see The Tribes of Galway). He was interned in Frongoch after participating in the Galway Easter Rising of 1916. Following his release he became commandant in 1919, and retained this position following the reogranisation of the Connemara units by Richard Mulcahy in September 1920. His property was among those attacked and burned in the Barna area as reprisal for the kidnapping and execution of Patrick W. Joyce (teacher) by the unit for spying. Joyce's body was buried in a bog and only discovered in 1998. In 1922, the Earl of Westmeath, who had inherited the Blake family property, sold the house and nine acres to Ó Droigheaín. See also Patrick W. Joyce (teacher) Joe Togher References The History of Galway, Sean Spellissy, 1999. ISBN 9780953468331 Persondata Name O Droigheain, Micheal Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death This Irish biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e