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Freney the robber

Michael Holden

Freney the robber

the noblest highwayman in Ireland.

by Michael Holden

  • 193 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Mercier Press in Cork .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freney, James,
  • Brigands and robbers -- Biography,
  • Crime -- Ireland -- History -- 18th century,
  • Ireland -- Social conditions -- 18th century

  • Edition Notes

    GenreBiography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6453.I7 H65 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination255 p. ;
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24065322M
    ISBN 101856356205
    ISBN 109781856356206
    LC Control Number2009437724
    OCLC/WorldCa301894060

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    Hi Vicky, if you are looking for any information on James Freney, Franey the Robber or Captain Freeney (one in the same person), search the net using James Freney. Contrary to legend he was quite an wild character - a trait which runs down through the family lines. James settled in New Ross County Wexford, where my father Richard Franey comes from. This game is currently blocked due to the new privacy regulation and isn't currently controlling it. In order for you to continue playing .

      James Freney (from the cover of 'Freney the Robber') He was an Irish highwayman, the most famous of that era. Freney's family in Kilkenny had . Book Description: The Mercier Press, Cork, Soft cover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. 'In the eightenth century, penal conditions forced James Freney, .


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Early life. James Freney was a native of County Kilkenny, and from a respectable family who had been wealthy and powerful in the region since the 13th century, having their seat at Ballyreddy during the s they lost their lands and were reduced in status.

His father, John Freney, was a servant working at the home of one Joseph Robbins at Ballyduff, :County Kilkenny, Ireland. The tale of Freney the robber is less well known and there have been many variations over the years. However this book ties together a lot of the old fashion tales of Freney.

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Get this from a library. Freney the robber: the noblest highwayman in Ireland. [Michael Holden] -- "In the eighteenth century, penal conditions forced James Freney, Kilkeney's most daring highwayman, to turn to a life of crime.

Taking to the roads of Ireland and striking at the secure homes of the. The true-life adventures of James Freney of Ballyduff and his wife Áine, and their struggles in Freney the robber book Ireland.

Our forgotten folk hero gallops the roads of Kilkenny again in this fanciful, betimes amusing, and even mystical tale of derring-do and telling of Freney's tale imagines a edition of his autobiography-an edition where his wife Áine finally has her say, by /5(5).

Synopsis Freney, The Robber, was something of an Irish Robin Hood and in this new book, Michael Holden has sifted through the evidence, the legend and the heroic tales to bring to life one of Kilkenny's most interesting folk heroes. His name has lived on in folklore over the centuries and the Author: Michael Holden.

Highwayman: The Robber, His Wife, and Ireland, by Donncha McSharry. Also available from in paperback, and for Kindle. Non-fiction. Life and Adventures of James Freney, by Frank McEvoy (ed.).

Freney the Robber: The Noblest Highwayman of Ireland, by Michael Holden. Highwayman: The Robber, His Wife, and Ireland -- A Novel of the Irish Robin Hood - Kindle edition by McSharry, Donncha.

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The police have targeted it as a key crime for intervention, but. Lorraine Grace in Graignmanagh, while tweeting about her intention to read the book ‘Freney the Robber’, was contacted by his direct descendants who reside in Brisbane, Australia.

Michael and Jo Freney arrived in Kilkenny last week for the first time since their fathers (two sons of the infamous Freney) left Kilkenny in the s for Australia.