John P & I are very interested in local history, so we went up to Glentaneatnagh on Tuesday (March 10th) on the anniversary to pay our respects. It also ties into the burning of Dromagh Castle the day before (March 9th 1921)
The main picture below is of flags on the monument at Glentaneatnagh (located here). The next (small) monument is at Nadbeg (located here), and the last monument is at Nadd village on main Banteer to Cork road (located here). – from Tom of TMC Photography
I.R.A. Suffer Losses During Roundup at Nadd is a very good article describing the activities before, during and after that wet and foggy morning in Nadd in 1921.