The Dublin City Coroners Court has heard how a 33-year-old woman who took her own life earlier this year, left a 35-page account of sexual abuse she said she suffered as a child.

The woman, named Theresa, is a younger sister of the woman known as 'Niamh' who said that when she was 11-years-old she gave birth to the baby girl found stabbed to death in Dún Laoghaire in 1973.

Over 40 of Theresa's friends gathered at the Coroners Court this afternoon to remember a woman who tragically took her own life in her Dublin flat last February.

The inquest heard how Theresa's detailed note outlined sexual abuse and also the psychological trauma she suffered in later life.

'Niamh' told the inquest of her close bond with Theresa, and the court also heard how two of the women's brothers have also died tragically in the last ten years.

The Coroner, Dr Brian Farrell, said he could not allow the full note left by Theresa to be read into the public record, but he did allow its general message to be conveyed in court.

Sergeant Declan Healy from Mountjoy Garda station said the note was found in Theresa's flat close to where her body was found.

The inquest was told no criminal charges are pending in relation to the specific allegations Theresa left behind in her note.

But those against whome she made allegations are still under investigation relating to 'Niamh's' allegations and others.