Michael Dwyer

Michael Dwyer (1772–1825) was a Society of the United Irishmen leader in the 1798 rebellion. He later fought a guerilla campaign against the British Army in the Wicklow Mountains from 1798-1803.

Read more about Michael Dwyer:  Early Life, Dwyer in 1798 Rebellion, Guerilla Campaign, Dwyer and Robert Emmett, Australia, Dwyer's Cottage

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Jameson Dublin International Film Festival - History
... It was revived by Michael Dwyer, renowned international film critic and The Irish Times Chief Film Correspondent, along with David McLoughlin, film producer ... attendance per capita, among the highest in Europe, certainly the highest in the EU," Dwyer said in a 2003 interview. 2008 saw a significant change to the festival's executive with Grainne Humphreys replacing Michael Dwyer as Festival Director and Joanne O'Hagan assuming the role, formerly held by ...
Integrated Risk Management Services - Affiliates - Michael Dwyer
... media attention following the revelation that a former employee, Michael Dwyer, shot dead by Bolivian police in April 2009, had worked for the firm, as a team leader, on the ... Dwyer had travelled to Bolivia with four other former I-RMS employees, supposedly to join a bodyguard training course, but ended up in the armed entourage of Eduardo Rózsa-Flores, who was also shot ... According to La Prensa the people who travelled with Dwyer on November 17, 2008 were (Tibor) Revesz, (Gabor) Dudog and (Ivan) Pistovcak ...
Michael Dwyer - Dwyer's Cottage
... 'Dwyer's Cottage', or the 'Dwyer McAllister Cottage', as it is more formally known, was acquired by the Irish State from the Hoxey family in 1948 ...

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