Charles Donnelly (1910 - 1937):
Charles Donnelly was born near Dungannon, County Tyrone, and was educated at University College, Dublin, where he belonged to a gifted group of young men, including Cyril Cusack and Flann O'Brien. He contributed poetry to Comhthrom Feinne. He went to London, where he worked for the Republican Congress. He submitted a thesis on military strategy in 19th-century Spain and volunteered to fight in Spain with the International Brigade. He joined the Abraham Lincoln Battalion and was killed on the Jarama front.