Chris Spurr, Chairman-Ulster History Circle welcomes guests to the unveiling.
Irish speaker Dr Eibhlin Mhic Aoidh-Ulster History Circle addresses the guests.
Seán Ó Coinn , CEO of Foras na Gaeilge who sponsored the blue plaque.
Dr. Gearóid Trimble who nominated John Hannon for a blue plaque.
Camera crews record the event at Newry Street, Crossmaglen.
The Most Reverend Dr. Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland.
Seán Ó Coinn -Foras na Gaeilge- unveils the blue plaque to John Hannon.
l.r. – Kieran McConville, Chair of Creggan Local History Society, Gearóid Trimble and Seán Ó Coinn, Foras na Gaeilge.
After the unveiling at Newry Street, Crossmaglen.
l-r – Deputy Mayor, NM&DC-Oonagh Magennis, Councillor Aoife Finnegan, MLA-Conor Murphy, Brian McKeown, Ulster History Circle and Mrs. Carmel McKeown.
Michael McKeown- Newry with Reamonn Ó Ciaráin – CEO-Gail Linn
Guests at the unveiling of the blue plaque.
Dr Gearóid Trimble, Chris Spurr-Chairman, Ulster History Circle and Kieran McConville, Creggan Local History Society.
Chris Andrews of BBC with Seamus McKee-Ulster History Circle.
Councillor Aoife Finnegan with Deputy Mayor-Newry. Mourne & Down Council, Councillor Oonagh Magennis.
l-r Roddy Hegarty, Director of Cardinal Tomás Ó Fiaich Memorial Library and Archive, DáIthi Ó Muiri and Stiofán Ó Drain,
Seán Ó Coinn-CEO, Foras na Gaeilge with Crónán Ó Doibhlin whose father has been the custodian of the main Hannon collection.
In the Square, the Oriel Orchestra performs ‘Chuaigh an Mhaol’ in its traditional setting.
Chris Spurr with Gearoid Trimble, the Deputy Mayor, and Kieran McConville.
Dr. Eibhlin Mhic Aoidh-Ulster History Circle with her husband Fintan, Mrs. Noreen Collins, and Dr. Peter Collins, Ulster History Circle.
Kieran McConville, Geároid Trimble and Brian McKeown-Ulster History Circle.
L.r Leslie McKeague – Ulster History Circle – Co. Cavan, Lil McCormick, Mrs Patricia Irvine and Kenneth Irvine – Ulster History Circle.