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Limerick Resident Edward Thomas Dore Receives Warm Welcome Upon Return

Mr Edward Thomas Dore, a resident of Glin, County Limerick, who had been interned, was greeted with a warm welcome upon his return home. Despite his indifferent health, Mr Dore was received with enthusiasm by his fellow residents, who organized a torch-light procession to accompany him to his father’s house.

The scene in Glin was one of jubilation as Mr Dore arrived, with cheers resounding for both him and his attendant, who accompanied him due to his health condition. The community’s support for Mr Dore’s return was evident as they celebrated his homecoming.

Mr Dore’s internment and subsequent return reflect the complexities of the period, where individuals found themselves caught up in the political turmoil of the time. His reception in Glin highlights the strong sense of community and solidarity that existed among the residents, who rallied around one of their own in his time of need.

As Mr Dore settles back into life in Glin, it is hoped that his return marks the beginning of a period of peace and stability for both him and the community as a whole.

Freeman’s Journal – Monday 01 January 1917

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