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Whelan’s tailor shop was burned, P Clair’s grocery, Callinan’s pub, Hynes’ drapery, and the home of Joseph Conneally.

Lendrum’s disappearance was noticed fairly quickly and troops were sent from Ennistymon to conduct a search.

The houses destroyed, he said, were those of “notorious Sinn Feiners”, adding that “the people of those two villages knew of this ambush”.

****************************************************************** “And long will be told of the brave and the bold, In the ambush at Rineen” Those who took part in the Rineen ambush were, from Ennistymon: John Joe Neylon, Micko Nestor, Ned Hynes and Jimmy Gallagher; from Inagh: Paddy Mc Gough, John Callinan, John Clune, John Donnellan, Jack Fitzgibbon, John Rynne, Martin Marrinan, James Meaney, Dan Callaghan and Martin Hehir; from Lahinch: Pakie Lehane, Donal Lehane, John Burke, Tom Burke, Mickey Reynolds, Mikie O’Dwyer, Marty Hynes, Paddy Queally, Paddy Foley and Mickey Hayes; from Moy: Seamus Hennessy, Steve Gallagher, Joe Nagle, Pete Vaughan, Micklo Curtin and Tim O’Connell; from Glendine: Anthony Malone, Pako Kerin, Dave Kennelly, Pat Frawley, Martin Frawley, Johnny Burke, Brian O’Loughlin and Dan Mc Mahon; from Miltown Malbay: Ignatius O’Neill, Bobby O’Neill, Ned Lynch, John Mc Mahon, Tommy Moroney, Joe D’Arcy, Michael O’Keeffe, John Fitzgerald, Thomas O’Connor and Jacko Hurley; and from Letterkelly: John Crawford, Anthony O’Brien, Mort O’Connor, John Murray and James Ryan.

Houses and shops were looted and the premises of P. O’Neill, a hardware merchant, were set on fire; then those of Edward Roche, Michael Hayes, Messrs Collins, M. Many of the inhabitants took shelter for several nights with friends and relatives in the surrounding countryside.

The military arrived in Lahinch about 2.30am and proceeded to set fire to houses, to the town hall, to Miss Flanagan’s Bar and grocery, Vaughan’s grocery, Miss O’Dwyers drapery shop, Halpins and Reynolds public houses, and Mr. A visitor to Lahinch, Joe Sammon, was shot dead running from one house, while an IRA volunteer, Pakie Lehane, died in the fire in Flanagan’s Bar.

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Lehane’s house in Cregg, just south of Lahinch was also torched and Pakie’s father shot dead in front of his wife and daughter.