NFÉ Roll of Honour

Fian William DavernLimerick2 July, 1913
Fian Patsy O’ConnorDublinJuly 1915
Fian Brendan DonellanGalway24 April, 1916
Fian Seán HealyDublin24 April, 1916
Fian William Frank BourkeDublin25 April, 1916
Fian James KellyDublin25 April, 1916
Fian James FoxMeath25 April, 1916
Fian Gerard KeoghDublin25 April, 1916
Fian Seán B HowardDublin27 April, 1916
Fian Fred RyanDublin27 April, 1916
Fian Seán HeustonDublin8 May, 1916
Fian Con ColbertLimerick8 May, 1916
Fian Seamus CourtneyCork18 July, 1918
Fian Joseph ReidCork20 July, 1918
Fian John MurphyBelfast9 June, 1920
Fian Francis MurphyClare13 August, 1920
Fian John MurrayBelfast28 August, 1920
Fian Seamus QuirkeCork9 September, 1920
Fian Seán DoyleDublin19 September, 1920
Fian Christopher LucyCork10 November, 1920
Fian Patrick HanleyCork City17 November, 1920
Fian Percy HannifanTralee26 January, 1922
Fian Thomas HeathwoodBelfast6 March, 1922
Fian Thomas SlatteryLimerick2 April, 1922
Fian Joseph BurnsBelfast18 April, 1922
Fian J.P. SmythBelfast18 April, 1922
Fian Henry O ConnorEnniscorthy26 April, 1922
Fian William ToalBelfast25 May, 1922
Fian Joseph HursonBelfast23 June, 1922
Fian Leo ReaBelfast23 June, 1922
Fian Seamus WhelanKildare25 June, 1922
Fian William ClarkeDublin28 June, 1922
Fian William DoyleNew Ross28 June, 1922
Fian Sean CusackDublin30 June, 1922
Fian Thomas WallDublin1 July, 1922
Fian Michael MoynihanLimerick12 July, 1922
Fian Alfred ColleyDublin16 August, 1922
Fian Seán ColeDublin16 August, 1922
Fian Bertie MurphyCastleisland19 September, 1922
Fian Brendan Holohan7 October, 1922
Fian Éamonn Hughes7 October, 1922
Fian Joseph Rogers7 October, 1922
Fian Richard NoonanCork11 October, 1922
Fian Mathew Moran,Wexford9 August, 1924
Fian James PyneCork10 November, 1924
Fian Seán DoyleBelfast19 April, 1944
Fian Gerald McAuleyBelfast15 August, 1969
Fian Rose Curry*Belfast23 September, 1971
Fian Gerard O’Hare*Belfast23 September, 1971
Fian Michael SloanBelfast11 January, 1972
Fian Eamonn McCormickBelfast16 January, 1972
Fian Gerry DonaghyDerry City30 January, 1972
Fian David McCauleyBelfast19 February, 1972
Fian Seán O’RiordanBelfast23 March, 1972
Fian Michael MageeBelfast13 May, 1972
Fian Joseph CampbellBelfast11 June, 1972
Fian John DougallBelfast9 July, 1972
Fian David McCafferty*Belfast9 July, 1972
Fian Gerard Gibson*Belfast11 July, 1972
Fian Tobias MolloyStrabane16 July, 1972
Fian Joseph McComiskeyBelfast20 September, 1972
Fian Seán HughesBelfast4 December, 1972
Fian Bernard FoxBelfast4 December, 1972
Fian Patrick McCabeBelfast27 March, 1973
Eileen Mackin**Belfast17 May, 1973
Catherine McGartland**Belfast12 August, 1973
Fian Fian Michael MarleyBelfast24 November, 1973
Fian Patrick McGreevy*Belfast18 September, 1974
Fian Robert AllsoppBelfast23 March, 1975
Fian James TempletonBelfast29 August, 1975
Fian Kevin McAuleyBelfast6 November, 1975
Fian James O’NeillBelfast12 February, 1976
Fian Neil McCroryBelfast3 November, 1976
Fian Paul McWilliamsBelfast9 August, 1977
Fian John DempseyBelfast8 July, 1981

* These were members of the Fianna organization aligned to the Official Republican Movement.
** These were members of Cumann na gCailíní, the Republican Youth Movement for girls.

The Roll of Honour on this website is the most complete listing available. It includes many names not found on the official NFÉ Roll. The names here include those listed on the official roll of honour, as well as those found from other sources. At times some of those listed may have been listed elsewhere as volunteers of either the Irish Volunteers or the Irish Republican Army. Therefore some of those listed may have been former members of Na Fianna who went on to join the IV or IRA. Others were left off due to the chaotic situation of the time. The list here was complied not only from the conventual Fianna Roll of Honour but also those Fianna who were listed on the Antrim Republican Plot. We also decided to list those Fianna who were aligned to the Official Republican Movement, as they made no less of a sacrifice. Additionally, two members of Cumann na gCailíní are also included here because they are usually left off other published Rolls of Honour.

Please contact us with any additions or corrections to this list.

Sources used when compiling the Roll of Honour:

The official Fianna Roll of Honour
The Last Post, National Graves Association, Dublin: 1986.
Tírghrá: Ireland’s Patriot Dead, Tírghrá Commemoration Committee, Belfast, 2002.
Belfast Graves, National Graves Association, Belfast: 1985.
The Treason Felony Blog
Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation
The Roll of Honour