Roddy McCorley was a leader of the Emmet Insurrection of 1798 who was hung in the town of Toomebridge on February 28, 1800. Legend has it that Roddy's body was dissected and the parts buried under the gallows. The great-grandson of Roddy McCorley participated in the Irish War of Independance in 1919-1921 as an officer of the Irish Republican Party. KentCourtney.com

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