RIC Man Shot Dead at Charleville
A  fatal attack was carried out on a member of the RIC by men from the Second Cork Brigade at Charleville on February 12, 1921. Constable Patrick Walsh, who was based at Churchtown, a few miles away, was shot as he left a public house on Charleville's main street.

The dead man, who was twenty three at the time of the shooting, was originally from Rosmuck, Connemara, Co. Galway.