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Flood, John (1841–1909)

Irish nationalist and newspaperman

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2 May, 1841
Howth, Dublin, Ireland


22 August, 1909 (aged 68)
Gympie, Queensland, Australia

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Crime: insurrection
Sentence: 15 years
Court: Dublin (Ireland)
Trial Date: 21 May 1867


Occupation: solicitor