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William J Walsh
Ernest Walton
Sir  James Ware
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Isaac Weld
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Liam Whelan
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James White
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Oscar Wilde
Sir  William  Wilde
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Tom Williams
Archibel Wilson
Florence Mary Wilson
Robert Wilson
Peg Woffington
Rev Charles Wolfe
Charles Wood
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Helen Waddell - writer, Peter Abelard

Luke Wadding - founded the Irish College in Rome

Laurence Waldron - MP and director of the Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway

Mervyn Wall - writer, the Fursey books

William Wallace - composer

Edward Walsh - poet and translator

George S Walsh - painter

Maurice Walsh - writer, The Key Above the Door

William J Walsh - archbishop

Ernest Walton - physicist, Nobel prize winner

Sir James Ware - antiquarian

Alfred John Webb - Compendium of Irish Biography

Isaac Weld - writer and inventor of paper boat

Arthur Wellesley - the Duke of Wellington

Robert Lucius West - painter

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Thomas Buck Whaley - a notorious

Liam Whelan - footballer who died in the Munich crash

Jack White - writer and broadcaster

James White - director of National gallery

James Whiteside - defended O'Connell and Smith O'Brien

Lady Jane Wilde - Speranza of the Nation

Oscar Wilde - playwright, Lady Windemere's fan

Sir William Wilde - doctor, writer, antiquarian

King William III - victor at the battle fo the Boyne

Tom Willimas - republican hanged in 1942 in Belfast prison

Archibel Wilsson - hanged at Bangor 1798

Florence Mary Wilson - writer, The Man from God Knows Where

Robert Wilson - Barney McGlone

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Peg Woffington - celebrated actress

Rev Charles Wolfe - poet, The Burial of Sir John Moore

Charles Wood - composer

Billy Wright - leader of LVF killed in prison