Terence Bellew MacManus (c.1811 - 1861):
Terence Bellew MacManus was born in Tempo, County Fermanagh. He went to Liverpool, where he was engaged in shipping. After returning to Ireland, he joined the Young Ireland movement in 1843, was arrested as a rebel in Cork, tried and sentenced to death. In 1849 he was transported to Tasmania, but he escaped in 1852. He died in San Francisco, and his body was brought back to Ireland and buried in Glasnevin cemetery, attended by masses of sympathisers, the funeral having been organised by the Fenian Brotherhood.
||15 January 1861