T. D. Sinnott was born in Davidstown in 1893. He was active in the Gaelic League and also became involved with the Irish Volunteers in Enniscorthy. He was arrested for his involvement in the Rising and was transported to England, and held in prison there until December 1916. He took part in the War of Independence. He later took up a career with Wexford local government, and became Wexford’s first County Manager in 1942, a post which he held until his retirement in 1953. He died in 1965.