The Gerald Keogh Series

Anzac Mick McHugh – reputed to have killed Gerald Keogh

This website hosted The Gerald Keogh Identity Series, a popular collection of features that ran online from 2015 to 2017. It consisted of 26 articles on identity and a three-part essay on Irish national identity. They have been removed from the site and their salient issues have been incorporated into a new book whose provisional (pre-publication) title is: Irish Identity Today

The GKIS was named after Irish Volunteer Gerald Keogh, granduncle of Raymond Keogh. Gerald was gunned down outside Trinity College Dublin on Anzac Day 1916 (see here). Mick McHugh (headshot above) was said to have killed Gerald.

Gerald Keogh killed by Anzac troops on Anzac Day 1916
Reconciliation between two families who were on opposite sides in 1916. Patrick McHugh (dark glasses) born in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia and Raymond Keogh from Bray, County Wicklow reconcile on the lawn of Trinity College Dublin on Anzac Day, 2016. Mick McHugh was the great-great uncle of Patrick and Gerald Keogh was the grand-uncle of Raymond. 



Digger in Dublin by Kevin McCarthy and Geoff McArthur remembers the killing of Gerald Keogh in 1916

Reaction to the GKIS

“… a valuableā€“and provocativeā€“challenge to the dominant narrative

The Little Museum @dublinmuseum

Fascinating Website

Non-Stop Connolly @NonStopConnolly

“… a good read

Staten Ireland Fair @StatenIreland

A great series of articles …”

Dot Irish @dotirishglobal