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The local Volunteers attacked Bundoran R.I.C. barracks (which is now Meehan‘s Travel Agents) to test the reaction time of the troops from Finner Camp.
Under the guidance of Ernie O‘Malley, the local companies were restructured into the South Donegal No. 1 battalion with its headquarters in Bundoran. Companies from Bundoran, Kinlough, Belleek, Ballyshannon, and Tullaghan were incorporated into the battalion. Thomas Mc Shea was elected 81 battalion O/C. Patrick ̳Hun‘ O‘Doherty became vice O/C and Joseph Murray was chosen…
Soldiers of the Ulster Division stationed at Finner attacked a group of Sinn Féin members on their journey home from a meeting in Bundoran. A young man from Ballyshannon died as a result of the injuries he sustained in the attack.
Joseph Murray, Thomas McShea & Patrick Johnson set up a company of volunteers in Bundoran.
Realt na Mara GAA Club (Star of the Sea) was established. The club exists to this day.
Joseph Murray begins teaching at Bundoran’s Boys School.
The 109 Brigade of the 36th (Ulster) Division was stationed at Finner Camp in preparation for World War 1 in France.
Following the increased numbers in the town during the census of 1911, Bundoran now had sufficient population to apply for urban district council status.
There would only ever be 4 town clerks in Bundoran in the lifetime of the council before it was disbanded in 2016. Edward Daly was the first one and would remain in the role until 1937.