Molly O'Reilly | Irish | Treasured Dolls | Easter Rising | 1916

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NEW YORK - Sept. 14, 2016 - PRLog -- Molly was born in Gardiner Street in the heart of Dublin City in 1900, has green eyes and carmel hair that has been beautifully styled to sit under her hat. She is wearing a uniform inspired by Cumann na mBan.

Molly was an exceptional girl and at the tender age of 11 joined the republican girl scouts. At 13 Molly worked voluntarily to support the families of the Dublin Lock Out and helped organise a soup kitchen in Liberty Hall, Molly became a member of the Irish Citizen Army and her proudest moment was raising the flag at Liberty Hall one week before the Easter Rising for James Connolly.

On Easter Monday 1916 Molly marched with the Citizen Army to occupy the GPO. She fearlessly carried notes for the leaders in and out of the GPO during Easter Week in the midst of the heavy rifle and machine gun fire.

Molly O'Reilly was an extraordinary girl, she helped those in need, stood strong and fought for what she believed in.

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