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Casement, Sir Roger David (1864-1916) Knight Diplomat and Irish Nationalist

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Surname: Casement
Pretitle: Sir
Forenames: Roger David
Gender: Male
Date: 1864-1916
History: Diplomat & rebel. Knighted for his work as a diplomat in Africa & South America. Landed by German submarine at Tralee in 1916 on eve of Easter Rebellion. Arrested, tried for treason, convicted & hanged
Biography: ODNB link for Casement, Sir Roger David (1864-1916) Knight Diplomat and Irish Nationalist
References: WWW; NCA Rules
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P274938 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P156116 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Sir Roger David Casement
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
1916-1984: Supreme Court of Judicature and other Superior Courts and Tribunals: Notebooks of Judges
The National Archives, Kew
2
1901-1911: Diaries of Roger Casement
The National Archives, Kew
3
1889-1958: Foreign Office: Consulates, Belgian Congo: General Correspondence
The National Archives, Kew
4
1889-1930: Director of Public Prosecutions: Case Papers, Old Series
The National Archives, Kew
5
1846-1958: Treasury Solicitor and Director of Public Prosecutions: Transcripts of Proceedings in Selected Criminal Trials
The National Archives, Kew
6
1901-1973: Prison Commission and Home Office, Prison Department: Registered Papers: Series 2
The National Archives, Kew
7
1880-1991: Supreme Court of Judicature: High Court of Justice, Chancery and King's Bench Divisions: Depositions
The National Archives, Kew
8
1882-1916: corresp and papers
National Library of Ireland
See HMC Private papers of British diplomats 1782-1900, 1985
9
corresp
National Library of Ireland
See Accessions to repositories 1987
10
1895-1916: corresp incl letters to Richard Morten and Francis H Cowper
National Library of Ireland
See Annual Return 1995
11
1895-1899: journal
National Library of Ireland
See Annual return 2003
12
1914: additional corresp and speech rel to plans for reception for the German liner Rhaetia in Cobh
National Library of Ireland
See Annual Return 2004
13
1901-11: diaries (3) and notebooks (2)
The National Archives
14
letters (transcripts)
Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)
See Annual Report 1991-92
15
letters to Anti-Slavery Society
Oxford University: Bodleian Library, Special Collections
NRA 1095
16
letters to John L Burke
National Library of Ireland
See Annual Return 1997
17
letters to WB Cockran
New York Public Library: Manuscripts and Archives Division
18
1900-14: letters to Francis H Cowper
National Library of Ireland
See Annual return 1994
19
1912: letters to Manchester Guardian
Manchester University: University of Manchester Library
NRA 18162 Guardian
20
1899-1916: corresp with ED Morel
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
NRA 7532 Morel
21
1895-1916: letters to Richard Morten
National Library of Ireland
See Annual return 1994
22
1896-1915: letters (44) to Fritz Pincus
Trinity College Dublin
NRA 24098
23
letters (81) to Alice Stopford Green
National Library of Ireland
See Chris Cook, Sources in British political history 1900-1951 vol 5 1978
24
1903-1911: photocopy extracts from diaries and cash ledger prepared for Rex v. Casement
Cambridge University: Churchill Archives Centre

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