Anthony Perry ( - 1798):
Anthony Perry was born in County Down. He joined the United Irishmen, having resigned from the Coolgreany Cavalry in County Wicklow. When he was arrested in 1798 he was tortured and revealed information about his comrades. On his release he took part in the rebellion in County Wexford and was one of the principal military leaders at the battles of Arklow and Vinegar Hill. He was arrested after the rebellion had been crushed, and was executed.