Paddy Daly



Paddy Daly, (1888–1960) sometimes referred to as Paddy O'Daly, served in the Irish Republican Army during the Irish War of Independenceand subsequently held the rank of Major-General in the National Army in the period 1922 to 1924.

He did not directly lead any of the attacks on Bloody Sunday but was on stand by in one of the squads safe houses. In the aftermath he was arrested and interned in Ballykinlar Camp in Co. Down.

He was based at 17 North St, and after all the groups had reported back to him there, he went to Sean Russell at 10 Bessboro Av to make the battalion report.