Agnes Winifred O'Farrelly (24 June 1874 – 5 November 1951) (Irish: Úna Ní Fhaircheallaigh; nom-de-plume ‘Uan Uladh’), She was born 24 June 1874 in Raffony House, Virginia, County Cavan. She was an academic and Professor of Irish at University College Dublin (UCD). She was also the first female Irish-language novelist, a founding member of Cumann na mBan, and fourth president of the Camogie Association
"The by-election held in Fermanagh and South Tyrone on 9 April 1981 is considered by many to be the most significant during the Troubles. It saw the first victory for the militant republican movement, which the following year entered electoral politics in full force as Sinn Féin. The successful candidate was IRA hunger striker Bobby Sands who died 26 days later. The by-election was caused by the death of the sitting MP Frank Maguire."