Henry Monro

1768-1798; [also Monroe]; b. Lisburn, Co. Antrim; linen-draper; Irish Volunteer and later United Irishman, occupied Ballynahinch, and was routed by General Nugent, 13th June; hanged on Nugent’s commands opposite his own door in sight of his wife and children, 15 June, died bravely on the scaffold, according to tradition. ODNB DIB

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