Ladies of Llangollen
Fintan Lalor
Peter Lalor
Sir Hugh Lane
John Larchet
Delia Larkin
James Larkin
Fr Patrick Lavelle
Maura Laverty
Lady Hazel Lavery
Sir John Lavery
Mary Lavin
Patrick Lawlor & Peter Murphy
William Lawless
Mary Leadbeater
W.E.H. Lecky
Francis Ledwidge
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Father Peter Lemass
Sean Lemass
Maurice Lenihan
Desmond Leslie
Shane Leslie
Charles James Lever
C S Lewis
Limerick Mayors
Joseph Locke
John Bernard Logier
Cardinal Logue
John St John Long
Lady Longford
Lord Longford
Samuel Lover
Dan Lowrey
Charles Lucas
Robert Lundy
Charles Lynch
Jack Lynch
Joe Lynch
Kevin Lynch
Patricia Lynch
Robert Lynd
Kathleen Lynn
Phil Lynott
F S L Lyons














































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Ladies of Llangollen - the two most celebrated virgins in Europe

Fintan Lalor - his ideas would later bring about the Land League

Peter Lalor - he is considered one of the fathers of democracy in Australia

Sir Hugh Lane - art collector

John Larchet - composer

Delia Larkin - union activist, sister of Big Jim

James Larkin - Big Jim, union organiser

Fr Patrick Lavelle - stood against proselytism and evictions in Mayo

Maura Laverty - writer, Tolka Row

Lady Hazel Lavery - her face graced the Irish banknotes for decades

Sir John Lavery - painter

Mary Lavin - writer, Tales from Bective Bridge

Patrick Lawlor and Peter Murphy - Red Cross workers who died in service


William Lawless - United Irishman who the French Legion of Honour

Mary Leadbeater - writer, the Leadbeater Journals

W.E.H. Lecky - historian

Francis Ledwidge - poet who died in the First World War

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu - writer of the macabre

Fr Peter Lemass - documentary maker

Sean Lemass - Taoiseach

Maurice Lenihan - Limerick historian

Desmond Leslie - science fiction writer, Flying Saucers have Landed

Shane Leslie - writer

Charles Lever - writer

Richard Levey - director of music at Theatre Royal for 43 years

C.S. Lewis - writer, Chronicles of Narnia


Limerick Mayors - shot dead by the British during the War of Independence

Joe Linnane - actor

Philip Francis Little - prime minister of Newfoundland

Joseph Locke - singer, Hear My Song

John Bernard Logier- inventor of the Logerian sytem of music

Michael Logue - cardinal

John St John Long - quack doctor

Lady Longford - writer, patron of the Gate Theatre

Lord Longford - writer and patron of the Gate Theatre

Samuel Lover - writer, Handy Andy

Dan Lowrey - music hall owner, now the Olympia

Charles Lucas - founded the Freeman's Journal

Robert Lundy - the original Lundy from the Siege of Derry

Lusitania - some graves in Cobh of the victims


Charles Lynch - musician

Jack Lynch - Taoiseach

Joe Lynch - actor, Dinny Byrne in Glenroe

Kevin Lynch - died on hunger strike

Patricia Lynch - writer, the Turf Cutter's Donkey

Robert Lynd - essayist

Kathleen Lynn - took part in 1913 Lock Out and the Rising, founded St Ultans

Phil Lynott - lead singer with Thin Lizzy

F.S.L. Lyons - historian