Francis Fahy
Padraic Fallon
George Farquhar
James Gordan Farrell
Michael Farrell
Thomas Farrell
Piaras Feiritear
Harry Ferguson
Sir Samuel Ferguson
John Field
Alexander Findlater
Pat Finucane
Barry Fitzgerald
Eamon Fitzgerald
Lord Edward Fitzgerald
George Fitzgerald
George Robert Fighting Fitzgerald
Percy Fitzgerald
John Black Jack Fitzgibbon
James Fitzharris
George Fitzmaurice
James Fitzmaurice
William John Fitzpatrick
Father Edward Flanagan
Aloys Fleischmann
Robin Flower
Donal Foley
John Foley
Lundy Foot
John Foster
Vere Foster
John Frazer
William Percy French
Paul Furey
Thomas Furlong














































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Francis Fahy - songwriter - The Ould Plaid Shawl

Padraic Fallon - poet

Famine Graves - Callan, Dungarvan, Eglish, Galway, Swinford

George Farquhar - dramatist

J. G. Farrell - writer, Booker prize winner

Michael Farrell - writer Thy Tears might Cease

Thomas Farrell - one of the top 19th century sculptors

Dick Farrelly - songwriter who wrote the theme tune for The Quiet Man

Piaras Feiritear - One of the four Kerry Poets

Harry Ferguson - First one to combine the tractor and the plough as a unit

Sir Samuel Ferguson - writer The Lark in the Clear Air

John Field - inventor of the nocturne

Alexander Findlater - businessman

Pat Finucane - solicitor murdered in Belfast


Barry Fitzgerald - actor, won Oscar for Going My Way

Desmond Fitzgerald - revolutionary and politician, father of Garret

Eamon Fitzgerald - athlete, came 4th in  hop, step and jump in1932 Olympics

Lord Edward Fitzgerald - United Irishman

George Fitzgerald - mathematician

George Robert Fighting Fitzgerald - a bit of a rogue

John David Fitzgerald - solicitor general and attorney general

Percy Fitzgerald - sculptor and writer of over 200 books

Constantine Fitzgibbon - writer Man in Aspic, Out of the Lion's Paw

John Black Jack Fitzgibbon - chief architect of the Act of Union

James Fitzharris - Skin the Goat, jarvey for the Invincibles

George Fitzmaurice - playwright

James Fitzmaurice - first to fly the Atlantic from east to west

Patrick Vincent Fitzpatrick - friend and colleague of Daniel O'Connell

William John Fitzpatrick - writer


Father Edward Flanagan - founder of Boystown

Aloys Fleischman - musician and teacher

Henry Flood - stateman, orator, patriot

Robin Flower - encouraged writers from the Blaskets

Donal Foley - satirist

John Foley - one of the top 19th century sculptors

Lundy Foot - magistrate who was murdered

John Foster - last Speaker of the Irish House of Commons

Vere Foster - educationalist and philantropist

John Frazer - poet

William Percy French - songwriter Mountains of Mourne

Paul Furey - musician with the Furey Brothers

Thomas Furlong - poet from Wexford