This bronze plaque was commissioned by the Cabra Historical Society. It was unveiled December 2016. It reads “In memory of Fianna Sean Healy and the Healy and Kinsella Family who gave their lives and worked tirelessly for Irish freedom from this house. 1911-1938. Mhair siad agus fuair said bás ar son Saoirse na hÉireann”. The plaque was placed on the house in which he was born in Phibsboro in Dublin. It was unveiled by the Society and Mary Lou McDonald.
Sean Healy: Short Description
SEAN HEALY – ONE OF THE YOUNGEST MARTYRS OF 1916. Joined na Fianna Eireann AT THE AGE OF 13.There is a plaque where he fell too in Phibsboro. Pearse sent him home because of his age, but asked him to drop in a dispatch to the Volunteers at the North Dublin Union,it was Jacobs, and it was actually to the Bridge in Phibsboro he was heading with a message for the Commanding Officer there. J. Langton.
Courtesy of: Irish Volunteers