Anna Parnell, the creator of the Ladies Land Organization, has been honoured by a Dublin City Council celebratory plaque, which was revealed by Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland at AIB Financial Institution, O’Connell Road, Dublin, the headquarters of the Ladies’ Land Organization in 1881/82, composes Rachel Cunningham.
A feminist and a radical, Anna Parnell was birthed at her household estate in Avondale, Wicklow, in 1852. The younger sibling of House Rule leader Charles Stewart Parnell, she ended up being organising secretary of the Ladies’ Land League in 1881.
Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland, with Dr. Margaret Ward, historian, left as well as Lucy Keaveney, right, that recommended the plaque to Anna Parnell, the creator of the Ladies Land Organization Anna Parnell as well as her women associates led the ‘No-Rent’ project, circumnavigating the nation, motivating ladies to resist unfair rents in presentations that were independent of guys. The Kilmainham Treaty caused completion of the ‘No-Rent ‘campaign, and also Charles Stewart Parnell and the National Land Organization leadership put pressure on the Ladies ‘Land Organization to take on a totally charitable function. Anna resisted this and also, complying with the dissolution of the Ladies Land Organization in August 1882, she never ever talked with her bro again. She spent her last years living under a pseudonym in Devon, England, were she died in a sinking crash on 20th September 1911, at the age of 59.
The plaque was suggested by retired teacher Lucy Keaveney, that was also the stimulant for the government-funded repair of Anna Parnell’s tomb in 2017.
Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland, with Dr. Margaret Ward, historian, left as well as Lucy Keaveney, right, that recommended the plaque to Anna Parnell, the creator of the Ladies Land League, Anna Parnell has been honoured by a Dublin Common Council Commemorative Plaque which was introduced by Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland at AIB Bank, O’Connell Road, Dublin Talking at the introduction, Lord Mayor Alison Gilliland said:”Anna Parnell does not feature plainly in the lots of history publications that inform the tale of the troubled occasions of 19th century Ireland. That is a noninclusion, and also this plaque is a small yet considerable step in offering her due recognition.” PICTURES– Damien Eagers Digital Photography