First Mate Michael Collins

Mercantile Marine

Died: Monday 6 May 1918 (aged 60)

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Son of the late Owen and Eliza Collins; husband of Jane Collins, (nee McGann), of 61, Corporation St., Belfast. Born at Portaferry, Co. Down.
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United Kingdom

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Great Lives: Michael Collins

BBC Radio 4 programme entitled 'Great Lives: Michael Collins' in which Humphrey Carpenter assesses the life of Irish nationlist Michael Collins. Broadcast in GB, 26/11/2004

Oral history

British civilian in London 1931-1936. Served with British Bn, 15th International Bde in Spain, ca 8/1937-3/1938; POW, 4/1938-2/1939.
REEL 1 Recollections of political activities during apprenticeship with Sunbeam Talbot Ltd, London during 1930s: attending National Unemployed Workers Movement demonstration at Shepherd's Bush Green in 1931; recruitment to Communist Party; demonstrating for release of Michael Collins at Wormwood …

plate, General Michael Collins

Plate commemorating the death of Michael John Collins in August 1922, a casualty of the Irish Civil War.
Circular china plate bearing in the centre a black on white portrait of General Michael Collins dated 1922, surrounded by a wide intricate floral and foliage border. Printed underneath the portrait: DENNISON: SCULPT PHOTO: HOGAN. DUBLIN. There are no marks or inscriptions on reverse. …

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Name recorded:
Collins, M
Kilconquhar (WMR 3020)
Kilconquhar, Fife
Name recorded:
Collins, M
Customs And Excise WW1 And WW2 (WMR 11786)
City Of London, Greater London