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James Stephens

(1825—1901) Fenian leader


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(1825–1901).

Fenian. Stephens, a protestant railway engineer from Kilkenny, was one of the few who joined Smith O'Brien in the abortive 1848 rising. He escaped to France and returned to ...

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