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2018[edit]

  1. Mary Guiney (1901–2004), businesswoman and centenarian
  2. Patricia Cockburn (1914–89), author and artist, granddaughter of Henry Arthur Blake and Edith Blake
  3. Marjorie Hasler (c.1887–1913), suffragist
  4. Mina Robinson (fl. 1893–1910), founder of the Irish Decorative Art Association
  5. Eva McKee (1890–1955), craftswoman
  6. Maud Aiken director of the Dublin Municipal School of Music
  7. Mary Anne Holmes (1773–1805), poet and writer, sister of Robert Emmet
  8. Elizabeth Emmet Lenox-Conyngham
  9. Maura Breslin trade unionist and feminist
  10. Caroline Agnes Gray (1848–1927) wife of Edmund Dwyer Gray (Irish politician)
  11. Margaret Dockrell (1849–1926), suffragist, philanthropist, and councillor
  12. Maud Joynt (1868–1940), Celtic scholar and linguist
  13. Lucy Anne FitzGerald (1771–1851), radical
  14. Dolly Robinson (1901–77), artist and theatre designer
  15. Rosanna Johnson (1891–1987), street trader
  16. Margaret Pender (1850–1920), writer
  17. Maude Clarke (1892–1935), historian
  18. Anna Maria Chetwode (fl. 1827), novelist
  19. Kate Jordan (1862–1926), novelist and playwright
  20. May Guinness (1863–1955), painter
  21. Elizabeth Mernin (1886–1957), intelligence agent
  22. Margaret Grey Porter (d. 1881), philanthropist
  23. Barbara McDonnell (1847?–1928), philanthropist
  24. Sarah Venie Barr political and community activist
  25. Eliza Kirk (b. 1812) sculptor
  26. Mary Mathew (1724–77), diarist
  27. Harriet Kirkwood (1880–1953), landscape and still life painter
  28. Katherine Conolly (c.1662–1752), political hostess, landowner, and philanthropist
  29. Anne Deane (c.1834–1905), businesswoman, philanthropist, and nationalist
  30. Mary Ann Costello (1747–1827), actress and mother of the British prime minister George Canning
  31. Matilda Tone (1769–1849), wife of Theobald Wolfe Tone
  32. Mary O'Connell (1778-1836) (1778–1836), wife of Daniel O'Connell
  33. Claire Madden (feminist) (1905–98), feminist and political activist
  34. Etain Madden (1939–82), feminist and political activist
  35. Eileen Reid (painter) (1894–1981), painter and musician
  36. Clementina Robertson (1795–1853?), miniature-painter
  37. Ellen Forrester (1828 – 1883), nationalist and poet
  38. Caroline Douglas (1821–1904), marchioness of Queensberry, nationalist benefactor
  39. Ethna MacCarthy (1903–59), poet and paediatrician
  40. Lily Williams portrait painter, 1874 -1940
  41. Rosy Gibb (1942–97), social worker, clown, and magician
  42. Frances O'Brien (1840–83), poet and novelist
  43. Ballykealy House
  44. Ada Leask (1899–1987), historian and antiquary
  45. Emily Crawford (1841–1915), journalist
  46. Adela Orpen (1855–1927), writer
  47. Lilla Minnie Perry (1888–1974), landscape painter
  48. Harriet Bagwell
  49. Fay Sargent (1890/91–1967), singer, actress, and journalist
  50. Mary Hobhouse (1864–1901), novelist and poet
  51. Mary Downing (c.1815–1881), poet and nationalist
  52. Theodosia Blachford philanthropist and leading methodist
  53. Kathleen Behan republican
  54. Gertrude Gaffney (d. 1959), journalist
  55. Lucy Franks (1878–1964), president of the Irish Countrywomen's Association
  56. Josephine McNeill (1895–1969), diplomat
  57. Nesca Robb (1905–76), author
  58. Máire Ní Dhonnchadha Dhuibh (d. 1795?), poet
  59. Mary Devenport O'Neill (1879–1967), poet and playwright, ended up merging into existing article
  60. Emily Cordner-Pinkerton (c.1859–1902), publisher
  61. Lucy Cane (c.1866–1926), public servant
  62. Molly Barton (1861–1949) artist
  63. Kathleen Cruise O'Brien (1886–1938), teacher, suffragist, and Irish language enthusiast
  64. Anna Maria Ball philanthropist, sister of Frances Ball
  65. Dorothea Conyers (1869–1949), novelist
  66. Letitia Overend (1880–1977), philanthropist and motor enthusiast
  67. Sheila Murphy (diplomat) (1898–1983), diplomat
  68. Naomi Overend
  69. Mary Barry O'Delaney (1862–1947), journalist and nationalist
  70. Deirdre O'Connor (architect) (1951–99), architect
  71. Margaret Barrington writer and journalist
  72. Kathleen Quigly (1888–1981), artist
  73. Emily de Burgh Daly (1859–1935), traveller and writer
  74. Catherine Drew (1832–1910), journalist and writer
  75. Mary Pollard of the Trinity Pollard collection
  76. Isabella Charlotte de Rohan-Chabot (1784–1868) aristocrat and diarist
  77. Jane Mitchel (c.1820–1899), nationalist
  78. Betty Chancellor (1910–84), actress
  79. Barbara Fitzgerald (1911–82), novelist
  80. Mary Ann Hutton (1862–1953), Irish-language scholar and writer
  81. Dick's Coffee House early Irish coffee house
  82. Richard Pue (d. 1722), newspaper publisher, bookseller, and coffee house proprietor
  83. Mary Cosgrave (c.1877–1941), social worker and local politician
  84. Erne Palais Ballroom
  85. Elizabeth Somers (1881–1934), republican and industrial revivalist
  86. Maude Rooney (1902–1974), consumers' and women's rights activist
  87. Mary O'Donovan Rossa (Q18529222) Irish nationalist, poet (1845–1916)
  88. Ballon Hill Co. Carlow
  89. Brisinga
  90. Brisinga endecacnemos
  91. Arts and Crafts Society of Ireland
  92. Newtown Anner House County Tipperary
  93. Royal Horticultural Society of Ireland
  94. August Weckbecker
  95. Pauline Clotworthy (1912–2004), teacher of fashion design at The Grafton Academy
  96. Máire Ní Scolaí (1909–85), traditional singer
  97. Eibhlín Ní Bhriain (1925–86), journalist
  98. Marianne Trotter (1752–1777), artist
  99. John Trotter (painter)
  100. Eliza H. Trotter

To do[edit]

  1. Aran Heritage Centre
  2. Ardara Heritage Centre
  3. Athenry Heritage Centre
  4. Bantry Museum
  5. Battle Of Aughrim Interpretative Centre
  6. Belcarra Eviction Cottage
  7. Berkeley Costume and Toy Museum
  8. Bray Heritage Centre
  9. Burren Centre
  10. Cape Clear Museum
  11. Carrick Craft Basketry Museum
  12. Castlerea Railway Museum
  13. Cruachan Aí Heritage Centre
  14. Douglas Hyde Centre
  15. Doagh Famine Village
  16. Donaghmore Famine Workhouse Museum
  17. Dunlewey Centre
  18. Glebe House and Gallery
  19. Hillview Museum
  20. Jackie Clarke Library and Archives
  21. Mountmellick Museum
  22. Tullow Museum
  23. Henry Hawley (naturalist)
  24. James Wilson (Irish naturalist)
  25. Timothy Hallissy
  26. John Adams (naturalist)
  27. Walter Mead Rankin
  28. Isaac Swain
  29. Nathaniel Henry Alcock
  30. David Callender Campbell (naturalist)
  31. George William Chaster
  32. Arthur Humphreys Foord
  33. Arthur Wynne Foot
  34. Padraic Breslin
  35. Sir John Langham (1894–1972) Irish botanical artist
  36. Samuel Brocas (c. 1792–1847)
  37. James Gwim (c. 1720–1769)
  38. Jack Hanlon (artist) (1913–1968)
  39. William Howis (1804–1882)
  40. Phillip Hussey (1713–1783)
  41. Hans Iten (born Switzerland 1874-1930))
  42. James Mannin (Died 1779)
  43. Edward Murphy (c.1796–1841)
  44. Rev D.P. Murray (1887–1967), born in England
  45. Frances Proskitt, born in England
  46. John White (c. 1577–1590), born in England
  47. Isaac Whitehead (c.1819-1881)
  48. David Wilson (1873–1935)
  49. Cecil Crawford O'Gorman Irish artist, father of Juan O'Gorman
  50. Dublin Painters' Society
  51. Alexander Strain (1873/74-1943) architect and builder
  52. Val Vousden (1886-1951) actor, poet and playwright Bill MacNevin (William Francis Maher MacNevin)
  53. Patrick Dowling (engineer) (1904-1999) electrical engineer
  54. George Willoughby Hemans (1814-1885) railway engineer
  55. John Ingram (educationalist) (1887–1973), engineer, educationalist, and civil servant
  56. James Emerson Reynolds (1844 - 1920) chemist
  57. John Apjohn (1796-1886) chemist and mineralogist
  58. William Ringrose Gelston Atkins (1884-1959)
  59. Samuel Clossy (c.1724-1786) anatomist
  60. Robert Collins (physician) (1800-1868) physician in 1824, master of the Rotunda hospital
  61. Francis Cruise (1834-1912) physician
  62. Stephen Mitchell Dixon (1866-1940) civil engineer
  63. Joseph Allen Galbraith (1818-1890) reformers of third-level education
  64. Edward Edwin Glanville (1873-1898) physicist, wireless telegraphy pioneer
  65. John Horn (shipbuilder) (1814-1895)
  66. Cornelius O’Sullivan (1841-1907) chemist
  67. Robert Perceval (1756 - 1839), chemist
  68. William Kirby Sullivan (1822-1890) chemist
  69. John Henry Synge (1788-1845) educator
  70. Margaret Aylward (1810-1889) educator
  71. Francis Nevill (c.1648 - 1727) geologist
  72. Maura O'Crohan (Q19882701) Irish writer?
  73. Máirín Ní Rodaigh (Q13157586) Irish language teacher
  74. Briege McKenna (Q5135774) "Nun who heals"?
  75. Maud O'Farrell Swartz (Q50822349) US Labour leader
  76. Sarah Jane Carr (Q43928546)
  77. Sister Agnes (Q27833494) Irish nun and hymn-writer
  78. The Big Snow of 1982 large snowfall in Ireland, weather event
  79. William Edward Steele director of the National Museum of Ireland
  80. George Tindall Plunkett director of the National Museum of Ireland
  81. Anthony T. Lucas director of the National Museum of Ireland
  82. Joseph Raftery director of the National Museum of Ireland
  83. Breandán Ó Ríordáin director of the National Museum of Ireland
  84. Richard Caulfield Orpen architect and painter
  85. Guild of Irish Artworkers
  86. Society of Dublin Painters
  87. Dublin Sketching Club
  88. Cecil ffrench Salkeld artist
  89. Muriel Mary MacSwiney, political activist
  90. Margaret Palmer, suffragette
  91. Margaret Murphy (suffragette)
  92. Florence Hobson, first woman architect in Ireland
  93. Leslie Owen (academic) and Linguist
  94. Mary D'Alton, chair Obstetrics & Gynecology, Columbia University and NUIG graduate
  95. Mary Rynne, Abbey playwright and author
  96. Florence Armstrong, pioneer of multi-denominational eduction in Ireland, added to Dictionary of Irish Biography, Dec 2016
  97. Nora Ashe teacher, nationalist, and Irish language enthusiast
  98. Katty Barry restaurateur and famous Cork character
  99. Máirín Beaumont teacher and nationalist
  100. Elizabeth Bennis methodist activist and diarist
  101. Edith Best (singer) musician
  102. Cecilia Betham archer
  103. Mary Bolton (counsellor)
  104. Patricia Boylan actor and journalist
  105. Hilary Boyle journalist, broadcaster, and activist
  106. Eveline Burchill dance teacher
  107. Rachel Burrows actress, broadcaster, and teacher
  108. Lady Mairi Bury gardener and philatelist
  109. Mary Butters (c.1770–c.1850) witch
  110. Cecilia Caddell novelist
  111. Margaret Callan (writer) (c.1817–c.1883), writer, teacher, and nationalist
  112. Gertrude Campbell (née Blood) (1857–1911), writer, journalist, and critic
  113. Anne Jane Carlile (1775–1864), temperance pioneer and philanthropist
  114. Elizabeth Owens Blackburne (1845?–94), author (as ‘E. Owens Blackburne’)
  115. Maureen Charlton (currently a dubious redirect) (1930–2007), playwright, poet and broadcaster
  116. Mai Clifford (1913–86), trade union official and laundress
  117. Margaret Connery (1879–1956), suffragist
  118. Violet Conolly (1899–1988), authority on Soviet Russia and traveller
  119. Sheila Conroy (1918–2012), trade unionist, social activist and administrator
  120. Nina Coote (1883–1945), croquet champion
  121. Ethna Mary Byrne-Costigan (1904–91), academic and writer
  122. Sarah Cotter (fl. 1751–92), printer and bookseller
  123. Cecil Mary Nowell Dering Craig (1883–1960), Viscountess Craigavon, unionist
  124. Anne Crone (1915–72), novelist and teacher
  125. Mary Crooke (fl. 1657–92), printer and bookseller
  126. Florence Culwick (1877–1929), director of the Culwick choir
  127. Mary Elizabeth Cunningham (1868–1939), philanthropist and war worker
  128. Amy Curtis (1894–1970), administrator
  129. Maeve Curtis (1911–71), journalist and teacher
  130. Máire De Paor (1925–94), archaeologist
  131. Henrietta Frances de Grey (1784–1848), Countess de Grey, political hostess and philanthropist
  132. Marie Louise Dickie (1871–1947), public servant
  133. Mary Digges (fl.1900–47), actress and nationalist
  134. Elizabeth Dillon (1865–1907), diarist
  135. Beatrice Dixon (1916–2005), pioneer of women's participation in public life
  136. Kathleen Dolan (1921–2003), radio announcer
  137. Anne Donnellan friend of Letitia Bushe (c.1700–62), literary critic, and promoter of literature, learning, and the arts
  138. Sheila Dowling (c.1896–1957), republican, socialist, trade unionist, and feminist
  139. Catherine Doyle (1820–1908), nun
  140. Emma Duffin (1883–1979), nurse, diarist and welfare worker
  141. Ellen Duncan (1850–1937), arts administrator and journalist
  142. Mary Dunlop (1912–2003), campaigner for the welfare of the blind
  143. Olivia Elder (1735?–1780), poet
  144. Anne Esdall (1718–1795), printer and publisher
  145. James Esdall (d. 1755), printer, publisher, and bookseller
  146. Katherine Everett writer of Bricks and Flowers wife of John Everett
  147. Geraldine Penrose-Fitzgerald (1846–1939), novelist and catholic convert
  148. Fanny Forrester (poet) (1828–83), poet, daughter of Ellen Forrester
  149. Mary Galway (1864–1928), trade unionist
  150. Chloe Gibson (1899–1995), theatre and television director
  151. Ellen Grimley (c.1887–1960), trade unionist
  152. Mariga Guinness (1932–89), architectural conservationist and socialite
  153. Maureen Guinness (1907–98), countess of Dufferin and Ava, socialite and charity worker
  154. Geraldine Mary Harmsworth (1838–1925), matriarch
  155. Mary Agnes Hickson (1826–99), antiquarian
  156. Robert Emmet (state physician) (1729–1802)
  157. Sarah Hyde (d. 1750), printer and bookseller
  158. Mary Latchford Jones (1877–1968), public representative
  159. May Keating (1895–1965), socialist, feminist and human rights campaigner
  160. Gertrude Keightley (d. 1929), Lady Keightley, local administrator
  161. Anna Kelly (1891–1958), journalist
  162. Sarah Kelly (landowner) (1801–56), landowner and murder victim
  163. William Boyton Kirk (1824–1900) sculptor
  164. Thomas Stewart Kirk (1848–79) sculptor
  165. Helen Laird (1874–1957), actress, costumier, teacher, and feminist
  166. Mary Agnes Lee (1821–1909), suffragist in Australia
  167. Mary Anne Locke (1831–89), distiller and philanthropist
  168. Mary "Muds" Locke (1863–1943)
  169. Shevawn Lynam (1914–98), administrator, author, and linguist
  170. Janie McCarthy (c.1890–1964), resistance worker and language teacher
  171. Maire MacDonagh (1918–97), trade unionist
  172. Kathleen McDowell (1897–1975), trade union leader
  173. Róise Mhic Ghrianna (1879–1964), traditional Irish-language singer and storyteller
  174. Kathleen Napoli MacKenna (1897–1988), republican and administrator
  175. Mary McShain (1907–98), landowner and benefactor
  176. Muriel MacSwiney (1892–1982), republican
  177. Martha McTier (1742–1837), writer of letters
  178. Vera McWeeney (1909–81), sportswoman and sports journalist
  179. Catherine Mahon (1869–1948), president of the Irish National Teachers Organisation
  180. Teresa Mulally (1728–1803), educationist, businesswoman, and philanthropist
  181. Kathleen Mulchrone (1895–1973), Celticist
  182. Maighréad Ni Annagáin (1875–1952), folk music collector and performer
  183. Lil Nic Dhonnchadha (1891–1984), Irish language scholar and language activist
  184. Maighréad Nic Mhaicín (1899–1983), translator
  185. Eibhlín Nic Niocaill (1884–1909), Gaelic League activist
  186. Máirín Ní Mhuiríosa (1906–82), Irish scholar, poet and journalist
  187. Nessa Ní Shéaghdha (1916–93), Irish language scholar
  188. Máire O'Brien (‘Máire Rua’) (1615?–1686), Gaelic aristocrat and figure in Irish folklore
  189. Sophie O'Brien (1860–1960), writer and activist (very long)
  190. Veronica O'Brien (spiritual adviser) (1905–98), Legion of Mary worker and spiritual adviser
  191. Kathleen O'Connell (1888–1956), personal secretary to Éamon de Valera
  192. Terry O'Connor (1897–1983), musician and music teacher
  193. Katherine O'Doherty (1881–1969), advanced nationalist
  194. Erica Marie-Josèphe O'Donnell (1920–99), art historian and SOE officer
  195. Eileen O'Faolain (1900–88), author of children's books, and wife of writer Sean O'Faolain
  196. Mary O'Kelly (1905–99), Belgian resistance operative
  197. Jean O'Neill (1915–2008), plantswoman and horticulturalist
  198. Kay Keohane-O'Riordan (1910–91), communist
  199. Madeleine O'Rourke (1951–2006), aviator and organiser of aviation events
  200. Elizabeth O'Shea (1842–1900), journalism and literature
  201. Saidie Patterson (1904–85), trade unionist and peace activist
  202. Mary Pike (1776–1832), quaker heiress
  203. Margaret Montgomery Pirrie (1857–1935), Viscountess Pirrie, public figure and philanthropist
  204. Valerie Place (1969–93), nurse and overseas aid worker
  205. Nancy Wyse Power (1889–1963), Celticist
  206. Maura Wyse Power (1887–1916), Celtic scholar
  207. Elizabeth Pue (fl. 1722–6), printer, publisher, and coffee house proprietor
  208. Sarah Pue (d. p.1776?), printer, publisher, and patent medicine seller
  209. Mary Purcell (teacher) (1906–91), teacher, religious biographer, and archivist
  210. Elaine Lambert Lewis (1914–96), writer and folklorist
  211. Clarissa Helena von Ranke (1808–71), poet
  212. Alice Reeves (1874–1955), matron of Dr Steevens’ Hospital
  213. Alice Reilly (1702/3–1778), printer and publisher
  214. Shelah Richards (1903–85), actress and director
  215. Helen Maybury Roe (1895–1988), librarian and antiquary
  216. Jane Ross (collector) (1810–79), folksong collector
  217. Anne Rowan (1832–1913), novelist, historian, and political activist
  218. Angela Gertrude Russell (1893–1991), physician and social reformer
  219. Agnes Ryan (businesswoman) (1890–1971), businesswoman
  220. Agnes Ryan (teacher) (1888–1967), teacher and activist and philanthropist
  221. Elizabeth Ryan (Mary Eucharia) (1860–1929), Loreto sister and pioneer of women's higher education
  222. Mary Kate Ryan (1878–1934), academic and political activist
  223. Veronica Ryan (teacher) (1921–1966), founder and headmistress of the Children's House Montessori School
  224. Monica Sheridan (1912–93), cookery expert, broadcaster, and journalist
  225. Molly Stack (1883–1935), founder of the Women's League of Health and Beauty
  226. Hilary Stevenson (1947–94), food scientist
  227. Eibhlín Uí Choisdeailbh (1870–1962), folksong collector, Irish language enthusiast, and political activist
  228. Róisín Walsh (1889–1949), librarian and republican
  229. Micheline Kerney Walsh (1919–97), archivist and historian
  230. Elizabeth Watts (printer) (d. 1794), printer, stationer, and ‘bookseller to the courts of law’
  231. Alexandra Wejchert (1921–95), sculptor
  232. Danuta Wejchert (1938–2014), architect
  233. Henrietta Margaret White (1856–1936), principal of Alexandra College, Dublin, horticulturist, and social activist
  234. Eleanor Whitton (1879–1956), campaigner for animal welfare
  235. Theodosia Wingfield (1800–36), Viscountess Powerscourt, evangelical religious writer
  236. Catherine Winter (fl. 1848–70), publicist and campaigner, remove disambiguation
  237. Emily Adelaide Wynne (1872–1958), textile artist and author
  238. Edith Young (1882–1974), suffragist
  239. Margarita Dawson Mitchell Stelfox 1886-1971
  240. Margaret Williamson Rea b. 1875 botantist
  241. Barbara Stokes paediatrician and disability campaigner 1922–2009
  242. Katherine MacCormack (1892-1975) design with Dun Emer
  243. Andrea Jameson (born Norway 1953)
  244. Arabella Jeffereyes (c.1734–c.1810), landowner and social radical
  245. Patricia Jorgensen (born 1936)
  246. Susan Lecky (1837-1896) Irish botanical artist
  247. Hilary Heron (1923-1977), sculptor
  248. Myra Kathleen Hughes (1877-1918) Wexford illustrator
  249. Ethel Kathleen Armitage-Moore (1871-1891) artist, first wife of Percy French
  250. Maggie Barry (singer) (1917–89), folk singer
  251. Ellen Duncan (1850–1937), arts administrator and journalist
  252. Louisa Glascott
  253. Clarissa Goff (b. 1862) writer of Florence & some Tuscan cities, illustrated by her husband Robert Charles Goff
  254. Josephine Fitzgerald Clarke novelist (1865-1953)
  255. Laura Stephens linguist (1875-1958)
  256. Williams & Son of Dublin taxidermists
  257. Edward Gerrard & Sons taxidermists
  258. Irish Decorative Art Association
  259. Bridget Dudley Edwards suffragette and a member of Cumann na mBan
  260. Film Company of Ireland
  261. Martha Wilmot
  262. Denis Guiney
  263. Happifats children's book by Kate Jordan
  264. John Grey Vesey Porter son of Margaret Grey Porter
  265. John MacDonnell father of Barbara McDonnell
  266. James MacDonnell grandfather of Barbara McDonnell
  267. Thurles Castle
  268. Albert Conyngham father of Katherine Conolly
  269. Ladies’ Land League
  270. George Canning father of George Canning
  271. William Theobald Wolfe Tone son of Matilda Tone and Wolfe Tone
  272. Maurice "Hunting-cap" O'Connell uncle of Daniel O'Connell
  273. Ellen Courtenay
  274. Charles Robertson father of Clementina Robertson
  275. Walter Robertson uncle of Clementina Robertson
  276. Con Leventhal husband of Ethna MacCarthy
  277. Geraldine Leeson Lady Milltown
  278. Walter George Strickland
  279. Henry Vaughan (art collector) https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Vaughan,_Henry_(1809-1899)_(DNB01)
  280. George Furlong
  281. Harold G. Leask architect and archaeologist
  282. William Tighe (MP) (1766–1816), politician, topographer, and landowner, father of Theodosia Blachford
  283. Costello Memorial Chapel
  284. Geraldine Plunkett Dillon
  285. Thomas Dillon (scientist) husband of Geraldine Plunkett Dillon
  286. Una Watters (1918-1965) artist and designer of "An Claidheamh Soluis" stamp

Levant women 2017[edit]

  1. Amal Naseer Jordanian writer (Q27464000)
  2. Marie Jubran Syrian singer (Q3292615)
  3. Yolande Labaki Lebanese painter (Q19956379)
  4. Mqboola Chalak Syrian writer and lawyer (Q27914725)
  5. Marie Seurat Syrian novelist (Q28057901)
  6. Thanaa Debsi Syrian actor (Q12203881)
  7. Lena Chamamaan Syrian vocalist (Q2583955)
  8. Abeer Issa Jordanian actress (Q12224303)
  9. Balqis Sidawi Lebanese writer and poet (Q27914729)
  10. Seta Manoukian Lebanese painter (Q3480629)

CEE women 2017[edit]

  1. Sultana Racho Petrova Bulgarian memorist
  2. Lidia Shishmanova Bulgarian writer and journalist
  3. Faina Mihajlovna Kirillova Soviet mathematician
  4. Dace Akmentiņa Latvian actress
  5. Lūcija Jēruma-Krastiņa Russian anatomist and anthropologist
  6. Gizela Bravničar Slovenian ballet dancer and choreographer
  7. Oľga Textorisová Slovak writer
  8. Marie Cantacuzène Romanian model
  9. Eugenija Šimkūnaitė Lithuanian botanist
  10. Paulina Wilkońska Polish novelist, editor, diarist

2015[edit]

  1. Altamont House, Co. Carlow, well known gardens with associated house.
  2. Thomas Cobden, English architect known for his work in Ireland.
  3. Katherine Sophia Kane nee Katherine Sophia Bailey wrote the first guide to Ireland's flowering plants in 1833.
  4. Margaret Clarke (artist)
  5. Carlow County Museum
  6. Alexander Carte
  7. Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio
  8. Gulielma Lister
  9. Irish Agricultural Museum
  10. John S. Jackson geologist and environmentalist.
  11. Kilmallock Abbey Co. Limerick.
  12. Arigna Mining Experience
  13. Kathleen King
  14. Cavan County Museum
  15. Evelyn Booth
  16. County Museum Dundalk
  17. Doris Reynolds
  18. Monaghan County Museum
  19. Catherine Gage
  20. Roscommon County Museum
  21. Sligo County Museum
  22. Waterford County Museum
  23. Enniscorthy Castle was Wexford County Museum.
  24. Máirin de Valéra (1912–1984), Professor of Botany at University College, Galway.
  25. Allihies Copper Mine Museum
  26. James Mitchell Museum Geological Museum at NUI Galway.
  27. Mary Leebody
  28. Clare Museum
  29. Sarah Mary Fitton
  30. County Carlow Military Museum
  31. Ethel Rhind
  32. Catherine Amelia O’Brien
  33. Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum
  34. Cork Butter Museum
  35. Carmel Humphries first woman professor of zoology at UCD.
  36. Michael Keogh (soldier) fought on both sides of the war in WWI, from Tullow.
  37. Fanny Currey
  38. Alfred E. Child
  39. Gaulstown Portal Tomb
  40. Vinegar Hill Windmill Co. Wexford.
  41. Elphin Windmill
  42. Thomas Antisell
  43. James Edwin Duerden
  44. National 1798 Rebellion Centre
  45. James Bayley Butler
  46. Katherine Butler
  47. Robert Bell (Irish geologist)
  48. Evelyn Gleeson
  49. Charles Bent Ball
  50. Mallow Castle Co. Cork.
  51. Threecastles Castle Co. Wicklow.
  52. Patrick Pollen stained glass artist.
  53. Milford Mills, County Carlow
  54. Mary Swanzy
  55. Edith Blake (1845–1926), botanical illustrator and writer, wife of Henry Arthur Blake.
  56. Catherine Isabella Osborne (1818–80), artist and patron.
  57. Letitia Bushe (c.1710–1757), watercolourist and miniature painter.
  58. Florence Ross (1870–1949), artist, cousin of John Millington Synge.
  59. Marianne-Caroline Hamilton (1777–1861), artist and memoirist, great-grandmother of Letitia Marion Hamilton.
  60. Mercy Hunter (1910–89), artist.
  61. Kathleen Fox (1880–1963), painter, enamellist, and stained-glass artist.
  62. Moyra Barry (1886–1960), artist.
  63. Kathleen Bridle (1897–1989), artist and art teacher.
  64. Grace Henry (1868–1953), painter.
  65. Piper's Stones Co. Wicklow.
  66. Elish Lamont (1816–70), artist and writer.
  67. Norma Borthwick (1862–1934), artist, writer, and Irish-language activist.
  68. Alice Jacob (1862-1921) Irish botanical artist.
  69. Marianne Fannin (1848–1938), later (Mrs Roberts).
  70. Frances Anne Edgeworth (1769–1864) artist.
  71. Diana Conyngham Ellis (1813–1851) née Monsell botanical artist.
  72. Catherine Teresa Cookson (née Catherine Teresa Murray), also known as Mrs James Cookson, botanical artist.
  73. Caroline Pounds (née Elam) (fl.c.1846-c.1880).
  74. Mary Manning
  75. Kathleen Cox (1904–72), artist, sculptor, and mystic.
  76. Harriet Kavanagh artist, traveller, and antiquarian.
  77. Ruth Brandt (1936–89), artist and teacher, daughter of Muriel Brandt.
  78. Kathleen Coyle (1886–1952), novelist.
  79. Helen Mabel Trevor (1831–1900), artist.
  80. Dungarvan Castle Co. Waterford.
  81. Glengowla Mines
  82. Mary Alment (1834–1908) artist.
  83. Helen Sophia O'Hara (1846–1920).
  84. Joan Jameson (1892–1953), still life, figure and landscape painter.
  85. Lilian Davidson (1879–1954), landscape and portrait artist, art teacher, and writer.
  86. Ellice Pilkington (1869–1936), women's activist and artist.
  87. Harriet Osborne O'Hagan (1830–1921), portrait painter.
  88. Mia Cranwill (1880–1972), design and metal artist.
  89. Dorothy Blackham (1896–1975), artist and teacher.
  90. Mabel Young (1889–1974), artist.
  91. Yvonne Jammet (1900–67), landscape painter and sculptor.
  92. Althea Gyles (1868–1949), poet and artist.
  93. Bea Orpen painter.
  94. Dairine Vanston (1903–88), artist.
  95. Sophia St John Whitty (1877–1924), woodcarver, teacher, and cooperativist.
  96. Florence Vere O'Brien (1854–1936), diarist, philanthropist, and craftswoman.
  97. Nelly O'Brien (1864–1925), miniature and landscape artist, and Gaelic League activist.
  98. Lilla Vanston artist.
  99. Helen Hooker (1905–93), sculptor, wife of Ernie O'Malley.
  100. Mary Mulvihill (1960 - 2015) writer, broadcaster, and science communicator.