Patrick Pearse Military Commander

Patrick pearse

Patrick Henry Pearse (also known as Pádraig Pearse; Irish: Pádraig Anraí Mac Piarais; An Piarsach; 10 November 1879 – 3 May 1916) was an Irish teacher, barrister, poet, writer, nationalist and political activist who was one of the leaders of the Easter Rising in 1916. He was declared "President of the Provisional Government" of the Irish Republic in one of the bulletins issued by the Rising's leaders, a status that was however disputed by others associated with the rebellion both then and later. Following the collapse of the Rising and the execution of Pearse, his brother (Willie Pearse), and fourteen other leaders, Pearse came to be seen by many as the embodiment of the rebellion. Patrick Pearse and his brother Willie were born at 27 Great Brunswick Street, the street that is named after them today. It was here that their father, James Pearse, established a stonemasonry business in the 1850s, a business which flourished and provided the Pearses with a comfortable middle-class upbringing. Pearse's father was a mason and monumental sculptor, and originally a Unitarian from Birmingham in England. The home life of Patrick Pearse was one where he was surrounded by books.

Personal details

Date of birth
November 10th, 1879
Date of death
May 3rd, 1916 at age of 36
Place of death
Dublin, Ireland
Cause of death
Execution by firing squad
Religion
Catholicism
Places lived
County Dublin , Republic of Ireland
pop. 1,185,821 (2006)

Family

Parents
Siblings

Education

1. Royal University of Ireland Colleges/University

The Royal University of Ireland was founded in accordance with the University Education (Ireland) Act 1879 as an examining and degree-awarding university based on the model of the University of London. A Royal Charter was issued on April 27, 1880 and examinations were opened to candidates irrespective of attendance at college lectures. The first chancellor was the Irish chemist Robert Kane.

Founded
1879
Headquarters
United Kingdom
Wikipedia article

Institution social analysis

Notable alumni by gender

People attended Royal University of Ireland connected by profession and/or age

b. 1882., Politician
b. 1874., Politician
b. 1874., Politician
b. 1880., Priest
b. 1873., Politician
b. 1871., Writer
b. 1859., Politician
b. 1867., Academic

Organizations founded

1. St. Enda's School

School

Wikiedia article

St. Enda's School, or Scoil Éanna, was a Secondary school for boys set up in 1908 in Ranelagh, Dublin by Irish nationalist Patrick Pearse.

Written work

1.The story of a success

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1917. at Dublin

2.Collected works of Pádraic H. Pearse

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1917. at New York City

3.Political writings and speeches

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1952. at Dublin
Ireland

4.The best of Pearse

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1967. by Mercier Press (192 pages)

5.The murder machine and other essays

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1976. by Mercier Press at Dublin (96 pages)

6.The letters of P. H. Pearse

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1980. by Colin Smythe (504 pages)
Politics and government
Ireland

Namesakes

1.Dublin Pearse railway station

Transit Stop
Dublin Pearse, referred to on all station signage as Pearse Station, is a railway station on Westland Row in the Southside in Dublin, Ireland. It is Iarnród Éireann’s busiest commuter station with 7 million passenger journeys through the station in 2012.
Located in Geolocation
Dublin
53.3433,-6.2483

2.Pearse Museum

History Museum
The Pearse Museum is dedicated to the memory of Patrick Pearse and his brother, William. Patrick Pearse was an educationalist and nationalist who was executed for his part in the 1916 Rising. The museum is situated in the suburb of Rathfarnham on the south side of Dublin, Ireland. It was formerly an Irish speaking school named St. Enda's. Originally Pearse's school was set up in Ranelagh on the 8th of September 1908. It moved to Rathfarnham in 1910. After Pearse was executed for his part take in the 1916 rising, and due to decreasing numbers and increasing financial worries, the school closed in 1935. After Padraig Pearse's sister died in 1968, St. Enda's and its grounds were handed over to the state, and the school house is now a Museum devoted to the Pearse brothers. The Museum contains reconstructions of many of the original rooms, including Pearse's study, the family sitting room, the school art gallery, the school museum and one of the dormitories. There is also a gallery devoted exclusively to the sculpture of William Pearse. Visitors can also visit a nature study room in the courtyard behind the school house where examples of Irish plants and animals can be found.
Located in Geolocation
Republic of Ireland
53.282954,-6.281715

Wikipedia

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