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DUBLIN CITY AND COUNTY

The War Graves in Dublin City and County, 926 in number, are contained in 22 burial grounds (though almost two thirds are in Grangegorman Cemetery).

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Chapelizod (St Lawrence) C of I Churchyard 2 8
Clondalkin (St John) C of I Churchyard 3 8
Clontarf Cemetery, Dublin City 4 8
Dean's Grange Cemetery, Monkstown 5 8
Doctor Steevens's Hospital, Ground, Kilmainham 6 11
Drumcondra (St John The Baptist) C of I Churchyard 9 11
Dublin Friends' Burial Ground, Blackrock 11 11
Glasnevin (or Prospect) Cemetery, Dublin City 12 12
Glasnevin (St Mobhis) C of I Churchyard 13 18
Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Dublin City 14 18
Hibernian Military School C of I Churchyard 15 51
Kilbarrack Cemetery, Sutton 16 51
Kilgobbin Old Church Cemetery 17 51
Killeek Old Graveyard 18 51
Kill-of-the-Grange Old Graveyard 19 51
Little Bray (St Peter's) R C Cemetery 21 51
Lucan New Cemetery 22 52
Malahide (St Andrew) C of I Churchyard 23 52
Mount Jerome Cemetery, Harold's Cross 24 52
Royal Hospital Cemetery, Kilmainham 27 53
Skerries Cemetery, Holmpatrick 29 53
Tallaght (St Maelruan) C of I Churchyard 28 54

The Register record particulars of 1168 War Dead.

Of these War Graves the majority are due to sickness or accident. Dublin, which was one of the ports of embarkation in August, 1914, was a place of military importance throughout the War, with a considerable garrison and two War Hospitals (the pre-War King George V Military Hospital and the small hospital in the Richmond Asylum). Kingstown (now Dun Laoghaire) was an Auxiliary Patrol base. But two events, which call for brief description, increased the number of the dead in County Dublin : the sinking of the R.M.S. Leinster in October, 1918, and (earlier in date but involving a smaller loss of life) the conflict of Easter Week, 1916.

1. -- THE SINKING OF THE "LEINSTER"

On the morning of the 10th October, 1918, in heavy weather, the mail-boat Leinster (2,646 tons gross), belonging to the City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, left Kingstown Pier for Holyhead. She carried 771 men, women and children, including crew, civilian passengers and 492 individual soldiers and sailors going on leave or returning. She had been attacked already, on the 27th December, 1917, by a German submarine whose torpedo missed its mark, and since then she had been defensively armed.

About an hour after leaving Kingstown the Leinster was 11 km East-South-East of the Kish Light Vessel (which is 24 kms due East of North Wall); and at that point, without warning, she was struck by a torpedo from a German submarine. A second torpedo struck her some minutes later. The engine-room was blown out, and she sank in thirteen minutes from the first impact. Lifeboats were launched, and S.O.S. messages sent; after about an hour two old destroyers and other vessels arrived from Kingstown and Holyhead and combined in the work of saving life. But, in spite of the energy of the rescuers and the heroism of individuals on the "Leinster," 501, persons lost their lives. Of these, 145 officers and men (including a few of the Royal Navy and the Merchant Navy), whose bodies were recovered, are buried at Grangegorman, 142 officers and men of the Army, one nurse and one civilian messenger are commemorated at Hollybrook Cemetery, Southampton; and 39 of the crew, including the Master, are named on the Tower Hill Memorial to the Merchant Navy. Others of the dead are buried elsewhere in Ireland and England.

2. -- THE CONFLICT OF EASTER WEEK, 1916

A small number of graves at Grangegorman and elsewhere are due to the fighting in and near Dublin in April, 1916, and during the post-Armistice period of the War. The operations of the latter period, which were ended by the Truce of the nth July, 1921, and the Treaty of the 6th December, 1921, are hardly susceptible of brief description, but the conflict of Easter Week was a definite and serious military operation, and the following brief account of it will explain the presence of graves of April, 1916, in some of the Dublin cemeteries.

The rising of the Irish Volunteers and the Citizen Army in Dublin began shortly after noon on Easter Monday, the 24th April, when about 900 armed men (about 200 of these belonged to the Citizen Army) took possession of the General Post Office (where the headquarters of the Provisional Government was established), St. Stephen's Green, the Four Courts, Liberty Hall, the South Dublin Union, Jacob's Biscuit Factory, and Boland's Mills, Ringsend. The only important position in the central area of the city not occupied was Trinity College. The troops in Dublin that morning numbered about 2,300 officers and men; and by five o'clock the Curragh Mobile Column of 1,600 men arrived.

On this day and the following night the only operations carried out by the British troops were defensive; but on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 25th and 26th, about 2,000 infantry and artillery from the Irish garrison and two brigades of the 59th (North Midland) Division from England became available. A line of posts was established from Kingsbridge Station to Trinity College, by way of the Castle. The City Hall, the "Daily Express" office and some other houses commanding the Castle yard were cleared after desperate resistance, A cordon was established round the North side of the city, from Parkgate, along the North Circular Road, to North Wall. But on the South side it was not until Thursday, the 27th, that the Sherwood Foresters, after suffering over 200 casualties near Beggar's Bush Barracks, reached Trinity College.

On Friday, the 28th April, the pressure on the surrounded areas of Sackville Street and the Four Courts was continued with the help of a gunboat lying in the Liffey. On Saturday the Post Office garrison, now under fire from field guns, surrendered, together with the garrison of St. Stephen's Green. On Sunday, the 30th April, the three other bodies of insurgents surrendered, and all organised resistance to the British forces came to an end.

Meanwhile, in North County Dublin, Swords and the district round it were occupied by the Irish Volunteers for the greater part of the week. Skerries was threatened on the 26th April, but relieved from the sea by two companies of the North Staffordshire Regiment; and hostilities ended at Swords on the 30th. The fatal casualties to the British troops numbered 106.

Reprinted by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Maidenhead 1987.

 

THE REGISTER OF THE WAR DEAD

CHAPELIZOD (ST. LAWRENCE) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, DUBLIN CITY, is 6.5 km from the City centre, on the Lucan road.

DAWSON, Spr. W. S., 8924. Royal Engineers. 4th Nov., 1920. Age 33. In North-East part.

LEES, Capt. A. G. H. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 6th Aug., 1914. Near South-West corner of Church.

YOUNGER, Pte. Robert, 12206. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. Died of wounds 25th April, 1918. Age 29. Son of Mrs. Jessie Younger, of 8, Liffey Terrace, Chapelizod. In South-East corner.

 

CLONDALKIN (ST. JOHN) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, 11 km South-West of Dublin City centre, contains a modern Church and, in the North-East corner, the ruins of an old Church. The older (Western) ground contains burials of all denominations.

ARCHDALE, Lt.-CoL Theodore Montgomery, D.S.O. Royal Horse Artillery. Drowned 10th Oct., 1918. On North-east side of new ground.

 

CLONTARF CEMETERY, DUBLIN CITY, in Castle Avenue. In the North suburbs contains the ruins of the Old Parish Church, disused since 1850. It belongs to the Dublin Corporation.

MORING, S.M. A. E., 1492. Mil. Provost Staff Corps. 7th Dec, 1918. Age 37, Husband of Ellen Moring, of Donnycarney House, Malahide Road, Dublin. In North-West corner.

 

DEAN'S GRANGE CEMETERY, MONKSTOWN, in the parish of Cabinteely, is on the road from Dublin via Blackrock to Bray. It was established by the Rathdown Union in 1865, and it now belongs to the Dean's Grange Joint Burial Board. It contains 75 scattered War Graves, one of which was brought from King George V Hospital grounds in 1920; four, which cannot now be located, are represented by special memorials.

ATKINSON, Capt. the Hon. Hector John, Royal Irish Fusiliers. 26th May, 1917. Husband of Sybil Atkinson, of 74, Merrion Square, Dublin. S.W. P. 75.

BAIRD, Capt. G. H. Royal Army Medical Corps. 9th Nov., 1919. Husband of A. Baird, of Sandymount Castle, Sandymount, Dublin. S. K2. 36.

BARRY, Pte. Daniel, T./278022. 365th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 3rd Nov., 1917. Age 27. W. C3. 11.

BELL, Chief Motor Mech. Herbert, MB.776. R.N.V.R. (Motor Boat Reserve). H.M. Motor Lighter 154. 29th July, 1918. S.W. N1. 90.

BERESFORD, Pte. Christopher, 31228. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th Aug., 1919. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Sarah Beresford, of 4, Reilly Cottages, Upper Clanbrassil St., Dublin. N. J3. 63.

BLISSETT, Pte. J. S., 5592. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. SW. T1. 85.

BRENNAN, Pte. John, 24999. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 1st Feb., 1918. Age 26. Son of Mrs. Ellen Brennan, of 51, Bride St., Dublin. W. P2. 10.

BROWNE, 2nd/Lt. Montague Bernard. Sherwood Foresters. 30th April, 1916. Age 39. Son of Mary Browne, of Rutland House, North Collingham, Notts., and the late Rev. S. B. Browne. SW. T1. 85.

CAMPBELL, Smn. Matthew, 2607C (PO.). R.N.R. H.M. Yacht "Mera." 19th May, 1916. Age 40. Husband of Catherine Campbell, of 17, St. Mary's St., Kingstown, Dublin. W. K2. 17.

CANNING (served as CULLEN), Cpl. Charles J., 3173. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. 16th Oct., 1918. Son of Mrs. Sarah A. Canning, of 38, Merville Place, Kingstown, Dublin. SW. M1. 86.

CASH, Drmr. James, 11074. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th Nov., 1918. Age 22. N. J3. 41.

CASH, Spr. J., W.R./318897. Royal Engineers (I.W.D.). 21st Feb., 1919. Age 33. Husband of L. Cash, of 8, South Gloucester St., Dublin. N. J3. 41.

CATHIE, Cmdr. Richard Archibald. R.N. 20th March, 1918. Husband of Mrs. Cathie, of Corrig House, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. SW. F1. 82.

CONNOLLY, Pte. C, G/1524. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 21st Nov., 1919. Age 36. Husband of E. Connolly, of 35, South Gloucester St., Dublin. N. T3. 75.

CONNOLLY, Pte. Michael, 16493. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 25th Dec, 1917. Age 48. W. M1. 12.

CONNOR (served as MURPHY), Gnr. Joseph, 1904. 295th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 25th Feb., 1917. W. O1. 23.

CRIMMIN, Ord. Smn. D., S.S./9473 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Vivid." 21st May, 1920. Age 19. Son of Thomas Crimmin, of 3, Annaville Avenue, Newtown Park, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. W. H. 50.

CULLEN, Cpl. C. (see CANNING, the family name).

CULLEN, Lee. Cpl. M., 27207. Depot Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 4th Nov., 1919. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Ellen Cullen, of 3, Salthill Place, Dunlaoghaire. W. B2. 6.

DIETRICHSEN, Capt. Frederick Christian. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 25th April, 1916. Age 33. Son of James M. Dietrichsen; husband of Beatrice Agnes Morgan (formerly Dietrichsen). S. K2. 66.

DORAN, Pte. H., 25600. Northumberland Fusiliers. 15th May, 1920. Age 22. Son of Mrs. Mary Doran, of 4, King St., Mitchelstown, Co. Cork. W. J. 43.

DOYLE, Pte. A., 30960. Depot Royal Irish Fusiliers. 14th Feb., 1919. Age 25. W. N. 30.

DOYLE, Pte. D., 19310. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th Oct., 1918. W. P4. 22.

DUNNE, Pte. Hugh, 12774. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 27th Jan., 1915. Age 28. N. T3. 59.

EASTON, A.B. Charles Robert, 209335. R.N. H.M.S. "Vivid". 16th June, 1918. Age 35. Husband of Mary Easton, of 3, Library Rd., Kingstown, Dublin. W. N2. 20.

ELLIS, Pte. Alfred, 21735. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 1st May, 1916. Age 19. Son of Alfred and Sarah Jane Ellis, of Leeds, Yorks. SW. S1. 85.

ENNIS, Pte. Peter, 10404. 1st Bn. Scots Guards. 25th April, 1916. Age 33. W. U2. 25.

EVANS, P.O. Thomas Henry, 239495. R.N. H.M. S/M. "H.12." 6th June, 1918. Age 26. Son of B. T. Evans, of Ipswich; husband of Edith Mabel Caton (formerly Evans), of 119, Belvedere Rd., Ipswich. SW. S. 76.

FINN, Rfh. Daniel Patrick, 393610. Queen Victoria's Rifles. 30th April, 1918. Age 36. Husband of E. Finn, of 1, Pembroke Cottages, Donnybrook, Dublin. N. F1. 103.

FITZPATRICK, Pte. James, S.4./093939. Royal Army Service Corps. 1st May, 1920. Age 39. Husband of Beatrice Fitzpatrick, of 17, Upper Baggot St., Dublin. W. I. 57.

GILBERT, Cadet P. G. Royal Military Academy. 19th Nov., 1918. Son of Mrs. E. S. Gilbert, of 11, Eaton Square, Monkstown. S. U1. 35.

GLORNEY, Lt. Ernest Edward. Royal Flying Corps. Killed 25th Oct., 1916. SW. Aa-Bb. 75.

GRAY, Cpl. Robert K., 105154. 191st Training Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 2nd Nov., 1918. Age 25. Son of John Gray, of 2, Crofton Avenue, Dunlaoghaire. S. M. 12.

HARMAN, Col. Charles Edward. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of heart failure 5th Jan., 1915. Age 59. Born at Great Marlow, Bucks. Son of James Bower Harman and his wife Anna Louisa Smith; husband of Edith J. G. Harman, of 23, Hogarth Rd., Kensington, London. Served in India (Brig.-Gen.) 1903. SW. J. 69.

INMAN, Col. Arthur Walter Patrick. Royal Army Medical Corps. 17th June, 1920. Age 66. Husband of Mrs. Inman, of "Norwood," Sandycove Avenue, Kingstown, Dublin. N. N1. 25.

JEFFRIES, Wireless Opr. Arthur Henry. Mercantile Marine. S.S. "Leinster." 10th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Born at Cambridge. Son of Richard Jeffries; husband of Margaret Jeffries (formerly Torkington, née Smith), of Monaster Lodge, Glenageary Rd., Kingstown. SW. T1. 90.

JOHNS, Boatman (C.G.) W. J. V., J. 43841 (Dev.). Coast Guard Service. 20th Dec, 1920. Son of William and Pomeroy Johns; husband of K. Johns, of 2, North St., Tywardreath, Cornwall. Sp. Mem.

JOYCE, Lee. Cpl. W., 23040. 7th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, transf. to (336822) Labour Corps. 28th Dec, 1918. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Margaret Joyce, of Cashel, Recess, Co. Galway. W. W2. 38.

KELLY, Rfn. Michael, 2987. Depot, Royal Irish Rifles. 5th Aug., 1916. Age 20. Son of Mrs. E. Kelly, of 6, Temple Rd., Blackrock, Co. Dublin. N. O1. 45.

KELLY, Rfn. P., 7558. 15th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, transf. to (329767 Pte.) Labour Corps. 23rd Nov., 1919. W. H. 40.

KENNEDY, Gnr. Herbert Colles, 269041. 2B Res. Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 15th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of the Very Rev. Dean H. B. Kennedy, B.D., of Corrig Castle, Kingstown. SW. O. 61.

KENNEDY, Pte. James, 20159. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 9th April, 1919. Age 37. Husband of Ellen Kennedy, of 49, Monkstown Rd., Monkstown, Co. Dublin. N. Q. 20.

KENNY, Pte. C, 7347. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 17th Feb., 1918. W. R. 5.

KINSELLA, Pte. J. (see MURPHY, the family name).

LANG, Pte. William, 3290. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. Sp. Mem.

LAWLOR, Pte. Martin, 10307. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 13th March, 1917. N. Q3. 94.

LEE, Capt. Robert Ernest. Royal Army Medical Corps. Drowned 10th Oct., 1918. Age 35. Son of Annie Lee, of "Glandore," Temple Gardens, Dublin, and the late Edward Lee, J.P. S. D1. 47.

LENNON, Cpl. Richard, M2/033377. Army Service Corps. 25th Sept., 1917. N. E1. 90.

LUGTON, Deck Hand George Crow, 10306 D.A. R.N. H.M.S. "Boadicea II." 10th Oct., 1918. Age 32. Son of John and Eliza Lugton, of 14, Custom House Square, Dunbar, East Lothian. SW. N1. 91.

LYNCH, Pte. Patrick, M/279006. 615th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 16th May, 1918. Age 44. Husband of Mary Teresa Lynch, of 11, Brighton Cottages, Foxrock, Co. Dublin. W. U. 28.

McTAGGART, Jessie, 14390. Women's Royal Air Force. 21st Jan., 1919. Daughter of Mrs. W. R. McTaggart, of 42/45, South King St., Dublin. SW. Z. 83.

MAHER, Pte. Thomas, 16540. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 30th Oct., 1918. Age 26. W. E1. 22.

MILLER, Serjt. Sig. A. P., 34784. 15th Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 24th June, 1920. Age 30. Son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Miller. His father and grandfather served in the R.A. W. B2. 30.

MULHERN, Rfn. John, 5797. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 24th April, 1916. Age 40. Husband of Annie Mulhern, of 3, Stephen's Place, Lower Mount St., Dublin. W. L. 49.

MURPHY, Gnr. J. (see CONNOR, the family name).

MURPHY (served as KINSELLA), Pte. J., 9584. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th Jan., 1916. N. N1. 28.

MURRAY, Dvr. M., T/33489. Army Service Corps. 30th June, 1918. N. XX. 23.

PHOENIX, Dvr. James, T/40420. 3rd Res. H. T. Depot, Army Service Corps. 27th April, 1918. Husband of Bridget Lalor (formerly Phoenix), of The Old Hotel, Foxrock, Co. Dublin. W. Y2. 20.

PRENDERGAST, Pte. Patrick, 90834. Res. Depot, Royal Defence Corps. 27th May, 1920. Son of Mrs. Prendergast, of 56, Strand St., Tralee, Co. Kerry. N. R. 127.

REILLY, Gnr. E., 19230. School of Gunnery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of phthisis 13th May, 1917. Age 38. Son of Thomas and Bridget Reilly; husband of Helen Jane Croft (formerly Reilly), of 2, Brownlow St., Dalston, London. Served in the South African War. W. X2. 10.

REILLY, A.B. James, 215472. R.N. H.M.S. "Salmon." 24th Sept., 1918. Age 32. N. I. 136.

ROBERTS, A.B. David, J/41628. R.N. H.M. Trawler "Aracari." 25th March, 1919. Age 27. Son of David Roberts, of Dundee; husband of Catherine Fairweather Roberts, of 35, St. Salvador St., Dundee. SW. R1. 93.

ROOKE, Skipper Henry, R.N.R. H.M. Trawler "Dragon II." 8th Oct., 1918. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Rooke, of 35, Dartmouth St., Milford Haven. SW. K1. 91.

RYAN, Dvr. Joseph, T.I/1357. 120th Coy., Army Service Corps. 19th May, 1915. Age 28. Husband of Winifred Ryan, of 89, Glasthule Buildings, Sandycove, Co. Dublin. W. G3. 34.

SAUL, Pte. Michael, 1485. South Irish Horse. 9th April, 1916. Age 18. Son of Mrs. Mary Saul, of 102, Patrick St., Dunlaoghaire. W. N. 17.

SAUNDERS, Pte. Charles., 4953. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 4th May, 1916. SW. S1. 85.

SAUNDERS, Lt. Col. D. M. Royal Army Medical Corps. 2nd Dec, 1918. Husband of Margaret B. Saunders, of Kilcolman, Glenageary, Kingstown. N. B. 93.

SAUNDERS, Deck Hand Robert, 12105 D.A. R.N.R. H.M.T. "Grecian Empire." 24th Feb., 1917. Age 20. Son of Mrs. E. Saunders, of 71, Park Cottages, Ringsend, Dublin. W. T2. 11.

SCOTT, Capt. W. Army Vet. Corps. 11th Nov., 1917. SW. U. 61.

SMITH, Egmn. Alfred William, 1191 T.S. R.N.R. H.M.S. "Boadicea II." 9th Oct., 1918. SW. L1. 91.

STEVENS, Wtr. Edward George, M/2702. R.N. H.M.S. "Boadicea II." Died of pneumonia 26th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Son of Lily Stevens, of 67, St. Leonards Rd., Rodwell, Weymouth, and the late George Downing Stevens. SW. N1. 92.

TIERNEY, Cpl. Joseph Valentine, 73108. Signal Dept. (Fenny Stratford) Royal Engineers. 5th Jan., 1916. Age 24. Son of Mrs. Mary Tierney, of Milltown Lodge, Milltown. N. H1. 109.

TOZER, Deck Hand Ernest George, 3204/S.D. R.N.R. H.M.M.L. "233." 20th Oct., 1918. Age 21. Son of Samuel and Sarah Ann Tozer, of 8, Hill St., Ogmore Vale, Bridgend, Glam. SW. S1. 91.

TYRELL, Cpl. M., 3/5697. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 10th Nov., 1918. Husband of B. Tyrell, of 25, King's Avenue, Ballybough, Dublin. N. G4. 56.

TYRRELL, Q.M. Henry. Mercantile Marine R.M.S. "Leinster." 10th Oct., 1918. Age 58. Husband of Bridget Tyrrell, of 18, Mellifont Avenue, Dunlaoghaire. N. K1. 92.

WILLIAMS, Sto. 1st Cl. William, K/14097. R.N. H.M.S. "Boadicea II." 26th Oct., 1918. Sp. Mem.

WRIGHT, Asst. Cook Walter. Mercantile Marine Reserve. H.M. Yacht "Helga." 19th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Son of Sarah Wright, of Law View, West Kilbride, Ayrshire, and the late Archibald Wright. Sp. Mem.

YOUNG, Sto. Arthur William, 2123T (Ch.). R.N.R. H.M.S. "Hyderabad." Drowned 7th Feb., 1919. Age 34. Son of William and Rachel Young, of South Bank, Yorks. S. Q2. 24.

 

DOCTOR STEEVENS'S HOSPITAL GROUND, KILMAINHAM, DUBLIN CITY, close to the Royal Hospital Kilmainham and the main entrance of Phoenix Park, belongs to Dr. Steevens's Hospital Board. (The Hospital is named from Richard Steevens 1653-1710.) In one grave, 19 metres West of the laundry building, are buried:-

BARNETT, Pte. George William, 4628. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 27th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of W. and K. E. Barnett, of 79, Cobden St., Loughborough, Leicestershire.

BENTLEY, Pte. Oscar, 7022. 5th Lancers. 24th April, 1916.

CARR, Pte. Michael, 9852. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 24th April, 1916.

DUFFY, Pte. James, 9947. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 24th April, 1916.

TREACY, Pte. Thomas, 11162. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 24th April, 1916.

 

DRUMCONDRA (ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, DUBLIN CITY, is close to the Dublin-Swords main road.

McCULLAGH, Dvr. James Joseph, 26287. 1st Signal Coy. Royal Engineers. 9th May, 1917. Age 20. Son of Charles McCullagh, of 3, Tolka Cottages, Drumcondra. Sect. 5 gr. 4 (East of Church).

 

DUBLIN FRIENDS' BURIAL GROUND, BLACKROCK, in the Borough of Dun Laoghaire, is at Temple Hill, on the road from Dublin and Booterstown to Bray. It belongs to the Society of Friends in Eustace St., Dublin. It was laid out in 1860.

COGHILL, 2nd Lt. Alexander Oswin. 52nd T.D.S. Royal Air Force. Killed 11th Sept., 1918. Age 26. Husband of Jessie L. Coghill, of 8, Bushy Park Rd., Rathgar, Dublin. 927.

 

GLASNEVIN (or Prospect) CEMETERY, DUBLIN CITY, on both sides of the Finglas Road, contains 163 scattered War Graves, and one buried in Kilcool Old Graveyard, Co. Wicklaw but Commemorated here. One burial was brought from King George V Hospital grounds in 1920. It belongs to the Dublin Cemeteries, Committee, a body of trustees constituted by the Dublin Cemeteries Act, 1846.

This cemetery, the largest in the State, was established in 1832; and it covers 60 hectares of which 40 are at present in use. The newer ground (opened in 1908), including the Poor Ground (St. Paul's Plot), is on the South-West side of the road. The cemetery is intimately associated with a hundred years of Irish history; it contains the O'Connell Monument (a round tower rising 50 metres from the tomb of Daniel O'Connell) and the graves of John Philpot Curran, Thomas Moore, Charles Stewart Parnell, Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins and other distinguished men. The mortuary chapel is a copy of King Cormac's Chapel on the Rock of Cashel.

A memorial erected at the South-East end of the old ground, bears the names of those buried in War Graves in the cemetery.

ABBOTT (served as COSTELLO), Pte. Robert, F/28147. Army Service Corps. 9th April, 1917. Age 35. St. Bridget's. DK. 319.

BANNISTER, Pte. II Joseph, 309277. Recruits Training Wing (Blandford) Royal Air Force. 4th Nov., 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. Mary J. Bannister, of 25, Haroldscross Cottages, Dublin. Garden. CE. 95.

BERGIN, Pte. William, 10103. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 30th March, 1919. St. Patrick's. UK. 181.

BERRY, Pte. Joseph, 10932. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (393598) Labour Corps. 7th April, 1919. Garden. ZB. 98.

BOLGER, Pte. Edward, 5883. 2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 24th Dec, 1916. St. Bridget's. BJ. 333,

BOOMER, A/C I. J. P., 299443. Royal Air Force. 25th March, 1920. Garden. RG. 155.

BOUCHER, Q.M.S. J., 12071. 5th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 13th Jan., 1918. Husband of Annie Boucher, of 39, Oxmantown Rd., Dublin. St. Paul's. OB. 39.

BRENNOCK, Sdlr. M., 90903. Royal Field Artillery. 9th May, 1915. St. Paul's. YA. 33½.

BROUGHAL, Pte. William, 18464. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 13th Nov., 1915. Age 22. St. Paul's. IA. 35.

BUCKLEY, Pte. J. (see FLYNN, the family name).

BURKE, Gnr. John, 41976. Royal Garrison Artillery. 13th Sept., 1919. St. Bridget's. RH. 328.

BURKE, Pte. Michael Leo, 4545. P.W.O. Civil Service Rifles. 24th June, 1916. Age 21. St. Patrick's. WJ. 122.

BYRNE, Cpl. E., 4720. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 6th July, 1918. Garden, SF. 124.

BYRNE, Pte. E., 33619. Royal Army Medical Corps. 17th June, 1920. Age 29. St. Patrick's. IL. 152.

BYRNE, Pte. M. (see FARRELL, the family name).

BYRNE, Serjt. R., 30528. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 30th May, 1920. Age 40. Garden. VG. 128.

CARLIN, Cpl. John M., 101223. Royal Army Medical Corps. 3rd Dec, 1917. Garden. TF. 139.

CARR, Pte. Martin, 4388. 3rd Bn. Cormaught Rangers. 4th July, 1916. Dublin. UG. 48½.

CARROLL, Pte. C. J., 3/3067. 3rd Bn. Essex Regt. 4th April, 1918. South. CB. 96½.

CARROLL (served as John CURRAN), Pte. Dennis Joseph, 9310. Depot, King's Liverpool Regt. 25th Dec, 1916. St. Patrick's. FK. 191.

CARROLL, Capt. J. F. J. R. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 24th March, 1919. New Chapel. IE. 11.

CARROLL, Pte. J. J., 2204486. 7th Bn. Canadian Inf. 9th March, 1919. Age 27. Husband of Catherine Carroll, of 99, Lower Gardiner St., Dublin. South. RA. 5½.

CARROLL, Pnr. M., WR/327715. Royal Engineers. 14th June, 1919. St. Bridget's. NH. 274.

CARTER, Firemn J., 409817. M.M.R. 4th April, 1917. Age 35. St. Bridget's. FK. 309.

CASEY, Serjt. P., 17700. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 12th March, 1919. Age 30. Son of Mrs. Bridget Casey, of 9, Brabazon Row, Dublin Garden. DC. 76.

CLARGES, Pte. C, 43. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 3rd May, 1918. Age 42. Husband of Catherine Clarges, of 6, Lauderdale Terrace, Dublin. St. Paul's. DD. 31.

GLEARY, Cpl. John, M2/099325. Army Service Corps. 16th Feb., 1918. Age 37. Husband of A. Cleary, of Friar's Hill, Wicklow. Dublin. MA. 25.

CLOSE, Lt. H. B. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Nov., 1918. Age 30. Husband of Josephine Close, of "Plas Newydd," Killiney, Co. Dublin. St. Paul's. SB. 37.

COLEMAN, Pnr. William, 112022. 2nd Labour Bn. Roy Engineers. 29th Dec, 1915. Age 45. South. LB. 10.

CONNOLLY, Cpl. Michael Leo, 23408. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 23rd Feb., 1919. Age 25. Son of Michael Connolly, of 16, Basin St., Upper, Dublin. Garden. JD. 93.

CONNOR, (Mrs.) Anne, 27934. 23rd T.D.S. (Baldonnell), Women's Royal Air Force. 18th Feb., 1919. Garden. ND. 68.

CONROY, Serjt. J. H., 3654. 12th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 16th July, 1917. St. Patrick's. PL. 253½.

COSTELLO, Pte. R. (see ABBOTT, the family name).

COULAHAN, Pte. A., 275849. 690th Coy. Labour Corps. 22nd Dec, 1919. Age 33. Garden. CG. 203.

CULLEN, A/C I Edward Keogh, 197335. Royal Air Force. 14th May, 1920. South. PD. 39.

CURRAN, Pte. J. (see CARROLL, the family name).

CURTIS, Pte. John, 4148. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 12th Dec, 1919. St. Paul's. LC. 73.

DENNIS, Gnr. Christopher, 282225. Royal Garrison Artillery. 14th July, 1917. St. Patrick's. OL. 253½.

DOMICAN, Pte. Richard, 51807. Royal Army Medical Corps. 17th March, 1915. Age 28. Husband of T. Domican, of 3, Geraldine Square, Dublin. Dublin. AG. 20.

DONOVAN, Rfn. J., 9580. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 4th April, 1920. Garden. TG. 177.

DOOLEY, Cpl. James, 985. R.E.T.C. (Deganwy) Royal Engineers. 8th May, 1916. St. Patrick's. UL. 156.

DOOLEY, Cpl. J., 61031. Royal Army Medical Corps. 7th Dec, 1918. St. Paul's. ZA. 57.

DORAN, Lee. Cpl. James Henry, 23841. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 22nd Aug., 1918. Age 33. Husband of Agnes Doran, of 9, Great Ship St., Dublin. Garden. YF. 90.

DOWLING, Serjt. Louis W., G/151. 1st Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers (late 13084, Royal Dublin Fusiliers). 30th Sept., 1918. St. Paul's. CD. 53.

DOYLE, Lce.-Cpl. Augustus F., 73104. South Irish Horse. Drowned in R.M.S. "Leinster" 10th Oct., 1918. Son of Henry Doyle, of Island Bridge Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin. South. VN. 294½.

DOYLE, Pte. E., 12056. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 5th Oct., 1918. Garden. CE. 141.

DOYLE, Pte. John, 10093. 1st Bn. Connaught Rangers. 20th Aug., 1920. Age 25. St. Paul's. FC. 53.

DOYLE, Pte. W., 7421. Depot Leinster Regt. 28th Oct., 1919. Garden. AG. 229.

DUFFY, Pte. F. T., 16236. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 21st May, 1919. St. Bridget's. DI. 307½.

DUFFY, Pte. P., 89572. 468th Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late T/26776, 11th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders). 24th March, 1919. St. Bridget's. BI. 338.

DUFFY, Pte. Patrick, 242777. Labour Corps (late King's Liverpool Regt.). 19th March, 1920. Age 40. Husband of Mary Duffy, of 3, Camden Place, Dublin. South. LA. 19½.

DUGGAN, Gnr. J., 135322. Royal Garrison Artillery. 10th Sept., 1919. St. Bridget's. TH. 317.

DUIGNAN, Pte. P., 44154. Depot Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 19th July, 1920. Garden. VG. 87.

DUNNE, Sto. D., 6382S. R.N.R. H.M.S. "Pembroke". 13th March 1918. St Bridget's. PH. 191.

DUNNE, Serjt. Patrick, 8455. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 30th June, 1916. Age 19. Son of Mrs. Margaret Dunne, of 20, South Richmond Place, Dublin. Dublin. AG. 23½.

EDWARDS, Maj. J. Royal Garrison Artillery. 23rd May, 1916. Husband of M. Edwards, of 18, Emor St., Dublin. St. Bridget's. BI. 242½.

ELLIS, Pte. John, 8560. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 29th Oct., 1914. Age 30. Husband of M. A. Dargan, of 9, Hackett's Court, Dublin. St. Bridget's. FI. 183.

ENNIS, 2nd Lt. Edward Armstrong. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. Died of wounds 30th Oct., 1918. O'Connell Circle. C. 20½-21.

ENNIS, Rfn. Michael, 8094. 7th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 18th May, 1916. Dublin. QG. 43½.

EUSTACE, Sdlr. George, 28138. Royal Field Artillery. 4th Dec, 1914. Age 32. St. Bridget's. NJ. 307½.

FARRELL (served as M. BYRNE), Pte. C., 49757. Northumberland Fusiliers. 17th July, 1918 Agi 22. Son of Mrs. Mary Anne Farrell, of 97, Francis St., Dublin. Garden. TF. 72.

FARRELL, S.Q.M.S. John, 15371. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, attd. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th June, 1916. Age 46. St. Paul's. FC. 33.

FARRELL, Lee. Cpl. Patrick, 7951. 1st Bn. Connaught Rangers. Died of wounds 21st July, 1915. Age 31. South. JC. 86.

FLANAGAN, Lce. Cpl. Patrick, 11019. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 23rd Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Julia Flanagan, of 43, Phibsboro' Rd., Dublin. Garden. GE. 155.

FLANNERY, Surgeon A. H., M.B. R.N. 31st Dec, 1916. Age 27. Son of Mrs. Flannery, of 55, Lansdowne Rd., Dublin. South. Vault. A48.

FLOOD, Pte. Myles Beckett, 3149. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 20th Nov., 1918. Age 21. St. Paul's. HD. 20.

FLYNN, Pte. Henry J., 7318. 2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt. Died of wounds 12th Oct., 1914. Age 35. St. Bridget's. LI. 225.

FLYNN (served as BUCKLEY), Pte. Joseph, 8823. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 28th Feb., 1916. St. Paul's. IA. 36.

GEON, Gnr. P. J., 49828. Royal Field Artillery. 26th Feb., 1920. St. Paul's. SD. 67.

GLAISTER, Eng. Room Artfcr. R., 1907.EA. R.N.V.R. H.M.S. "Colleen." Killed in action 28th April, 1916. Age 45. Son of Robert and Ann Glaister, of East Cote, Silloth; husband of Harriett Glaister, of Ryecote, Skinburness, Silloth, Cumberland. A retired marine engineer. Dublin. LG. 41½.

GOFF, Pte. T., 9547. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 3rd Nov., 1918. Garden. HE. 226.

GUNNING (served as LAWLESS), Pte. M., 7034. Depot Royal Irish Regt. 20th Sept., 1918. St. Bridget's. MJ. 307.

HALLEY (or HAWLEY), Spr. John, WR/315468. Royal Engineers. 27th June, 1919. Age 31. Husband of Catherine Comiskey, of 23, Railway St., Dublin. South. PN. 265.

HALPIN, Pte. John, 9188. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. Died of wounds 18th July, 1916. St. Patrick's, MI. 145.

HAYES, Gnr. M., 41638. Royal Garrison Artillery. 10th March, 1918. St. Bridget's. EH. 203.

HEFFERNAN, Pte. E., 7220. Depot Royal Irish Regt. 20th Jan., 1919. Age 30. Husband of Jane Heffernan, of 71, Capel St., Dublin. Garden. EE. 196.

HILL, Pte. J. (see LYNCH, the family name).

HOLMES, Cpl. Joseph, T/28176. Royal Army Service Corps. 7th April, 1919. Garden. EB. 93.

HOLOHAN, Pnr. J., WR/200946. Royal Engineers (Railways). 12th May, 1918. Age 46. St. Paul's. ID. 32.

HUTTON, Pte. J., 3812. 5th Bn. Leinster Regt. 16th Jan., 1917. St. Bridget's. DJ. 290.

HYLAND, Lee. Cpl. R., 78432. Royal Defence Corps (late 5811, Royal Dublin Fusiliers). 6th Dec, 1918. Garden. TE. 77.

JAMES, Pte. William Edgar Moy, 2424. Glamorgan Yeomanry. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. Age 17. Son of Edgar Griffith James and Annie James, of Caerau, Maesteg. St. Paul's. QA. 37½.

JOHNS, Pte. Joseph P., 10313. Depot, Leinster Regt. 6th April, 1917. Age 19. Stepson of Elizabeth Johns, of 7, Camden Court, Dublin. St. Paul's. LB. 48.

JOHNSTON, Pte. M., 21701. 8th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, transf. to (371089) Labour Corps. 24th May, 1918. Garden. WF. 229.

KANE, Rfn. J., 6931. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 28th Sept., 1914. Age 31. Son of Michael Kane, of 40, Cork St., Dublin. St. Patrick's. LI. 298.

KANE, Lce. Cpl. Michael, 36638. Royal Army Medical Corps. 24th Dec, 1914. St. Paul's. SB. 11.

KEARNS, Pte. J. J., S.E./24053. Royal Army Veterinary Corps. 6th Oct., 1919. Age 27. St. Patrick's. QL. 297½.

KEELEY, Dvr. R., T/1610. Royal Army Service Corps. 16th Dec, 1920. Age 25. Husband of Margaret Keeley, of 41, North Cumberland St., Dublin. Garden. IA. 113.

KEENAN, Capt. John. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th March, 1917. Age 42. Husband of Annie Keenan, of 6, St. David's Terrace, Dublin. St. Bridget's. GH. 182½.

KEENAN, Bmdr. John, 41637. Royal Garrison Artillery. 14th Oct., 1915. South KA. 55.

KELLY, Pte. C, 200334. 663rd H.S. Coy. Labour Corps. 5th Feb., 1920. Garden. MG. 170.

KELLY, Cpl. Joseph, 11627. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 31st March, 1919. Garden. BB. 105.

KELLY, Trimmer R., 2640TS. R.N.R. H.M. Drifter "Prospective." 1st Jan., 1918. Age 35. Husband of Annie Mutch Kelly, of 48, Long Acre, Aberdeen. South. Q. 40½.

KILLEEN, Gnr. T., 91624. 27th Res. Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 13th April, 1918. Age 40. St. Bridget's. IH. 165.

LANIGAN, Dvr. Patrick Vincent, M/378593. 606th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 16th Nov., 1918. Age 25. Son of Mrs. Mary Lanigan, of 29, Arnott St., Dublin. St. Bridget's KI. 211.

LAWLESS, Pte. M. (see GUNNING, the family name).

LEE, Pte. J., 1990. 8th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 27th Jan., 1917. St. Bridget's. HJ. 291.

LONG, Pte. R., 4/6174. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 14th Oct., 1918. Garden. QE. 184.

LYNAM, Lt. James Michael, M.C. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 29th Dec, 1916. South. SA. 31½.

LYNCH (served as J. HILL), Pte. Bartholomew, 9683. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 11th March, 1918. Son of James Lynch, of 96, Lower Clanbrassil St., Dublin. St. Bridget's. LH. 157.

McCORMACK, Pte. J., 17989. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 29th June, 1916. Dublin. CG. 18½.

McCORMICK, Pte. P., 23362. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th Sept., 1918. St. Paul's. TA. 54½.

McDONALD, Serjt. Thomas, 136543. I.A.A.D. (Henlow). Royal Air Force. Died of wounds 23rd Jan., 1921. Age 31. Son of Mrs. McDonald and the late Andrew McDonald, of Dublin; husband of Annie McDonald, of 32, Lower Pembroke St., Dublin. Garden. RA. 99.

McGEER, Gnr. Thomas, 81837. 51st Res. Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 23rd Oct., 1918. Garden. GE. 171.

McHUGH, Pte. Joseph, M/346198. M.T. Royal Army Service Corps. 1st Dec, 1918. Age 23. Son of Mrs. K. McHugh, of 182, Parnell St., Dublin. Garden. ME. 121.

McLARNEY, Pte. Francis E., 45043. 2nd Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 28th Aug., 1919. St. Patrick's. QI. 108.

McLOUGHLIN, Rfn. J., 6880. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 22nd Sept., 1918. St. Bridget's. BI. 211½.

McLOUGHLIN (served as J. SMITH), Rfn. James, 7175. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 6th March, 1918. Age 38. Husband of Ellen McLoughlin, of 1, New St. North, Dublin. St. Bridget's. EH. 166.

MAGUIRE, Rfn. C., 8426. 7th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 6th Nov., 1918. St. Paul's. WA. 56.

MALONEY, 2nd Lt. P. A. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 13th Feb., 1919. South. Z. 7.

MARJORAM, Pte. Jeremiah, 4991. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 26th June, 1915. Age 37. Husband of Alice Marjoram, of 52, York St., Dublin. South. ZB. 100.

MARKEY, T/Sub-Lieut. Charles Aloysius. R.N.V.R. Hood Bn. R.N. Div. 23rd Jan., 1920. Age 27. Son of Patrick and Kate Markey, of Navan, Co. Meath. Dublin. OD. 44.

MARTIN, Pte. Thomas, 25432. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 8th Jan., 1917. St. Patrick's. UJ. 122.

MATTHEWS, Spr. Peter T., 150935. I.W.T. Royal Engineers. 27th Nov., 1916. Garden. WD. 124½.

MELEADY, Gnr. Patrick, 656798. Royal Field Artillery. 15th Jan., 1919. St. Patrick's. JL. 266½.

MELROSE, Pte. J., 23682. Royal Army Medical Corp, 14th Oct., 1919. Age 28. Husband of Annie Melrose, of 97, Lower Cknbrassil St., Dublin. St. Paul's. QF. 77.

MOLLOY, Pte. David, 19436. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 2nd Feb., 1916. St. Bridget's. UI. 179.

MOORE, Pte. B. D., 7129. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 27th June, 1917. Age 19. South. AB. 79½.

MOYLES, Pte. James, 6249. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 10th Sept., 1915. Age 34. St. Bridget's. HH. 145.

MULDOON, Sdlr. Christopher Joseph, L/1136. 17th Lancers. 22nd Feb., 1919. Garden. FF. 113.

MULLEN (served as MULLINS), Lce. Cpl. William, 6/1340. 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 10th March, 1916. Age 36. South. EB. 49.

MURPHY, Pte. Andrew, 8064. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Oct., 1915. St. Paul's. NB. 20.

MURPHY, Pte. Francis Joseph, 3/8577. 1st Bn. Bedfordshire Regt., attd. 175th Field Coy. Royal Engineers. 22nd Aug., 1915. Age 38. Husband of Florence Murphy, of 191, New Road, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. South. DA. 43.

MURRAY, Rfn. Michael J., 8998. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 4th Dec, 1915. Son of Michael Murray, of Harmony Row, Ennis. South. FC. 36.

MURRAY, Dvr. Patrick, 100590. Royal Field Artillery. 27th July, 1918. St. Patrick's. TI. 252½.

NASH, Pte. R., 21107. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.), transfd. to (10267) Royal Defence Corps. 19th Jan., 1919. Garden. PE. 235.

NEILAN, Lt. Gerald Aloysius. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. St. Bridget's. SH. 20½-21.

NICHOLSON, C.Q.M.S. Laurence M. J., 620702. Labour Corps (formerly 22526, 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, and 2408, 2nd Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Regt.). 11th March, 1919. Age 36. Son of Mrs. Mary Anne Nicholson, of 49, Portland Row, Dublin. South. JC. 32.

NOLAN, Pte. Patrick, 24888. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 24th May, 1918. St. Bridget's. II. 196.

O'BRIEN, Pte. Thomas, 9175. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 5th April, 1920. Garden. SG. 158.

O'CONNOR, Spr. James, WR/505672. Royal Engineers. 26th Nov., 1918. Age 27. Gardes, PE. 101.

O'CONNOR, Lce. Serjt. William, 17106. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 6th Sept., 1916. Dublin. TF. 25.

O'CONNOR, Lt. Col. W. M. Royal Army Medical Corps. 21st Jan., 1916. South. UD. 3~4½.

O'DRISCOLL, Lt. M. D., D.S.M. R.N.R. H.M.S. "Western Queen." 6th Dec., 1918. Oman's Square. J. 51.

O'DWYER, Pte. John, 3921. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 10th Sept., 1918. Garden. WF. 64.

O'HIGGINS, Serjt. James, 15172. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 10th Oct., 1915. St. Bridget's. OJ. 303.

O'KEEFFE, Pte. Patrick, 3757. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 3rd Dec, 1917. Age 24. Son of Patrick O'Keeffe, of 4, Pimlico, Dublin. St. Bridget's. LH. 199.

O'LOUGHLIN, Pte. J. J., 21049. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 15th Nov., 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. J. O'Loughlin, of 42, Upper Gardiner St., Dublin. South. YB. 56.

O'MAHONY, Lce. Cpl. William Francis, 26642. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Drowned in R.M.S. "Leinster," 10th Oct., 1918. Age 33. St. Bridget's. UI. 261½.

O'MAHONY, Lce. Serjt. J., 9112. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 19th Aug., 1917. South. HB. 104½.

O'MALLEY, Lt. W., Connaught Rangers, 11th Nov., 1919. St. Bridget's. EH. 225½.

O'NEILL, Pte. Patrick, 5746. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 21st Feb., 1919. Garden. RD. 92.

O'REILLY (or REILLY), Forewoman Clk. Marion, 49668. Q.M. Army Aux. Corps. 27th Oct., 1919. Garden. EG. 225.

O'REILLY (see also REILLY).

O'TOOLE, Cpl. Christopher J., D/21084. Inniskilling Dragoons. 16th Oct., 1918. St. Paul's. LB. 20.

PARKES, Pte. Thomas James, 9823. 1st Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers, 1st Jan., 1916. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Bess Parkes, of 32, Anglesea St., Dublin; husband of Annie Coyne, of 11, St. Joseph's Avenue, Drumcondra. South. KB. 71.

PEARSON, Gnr. William, 4113. 4th West Lancs Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 18th Oct., 1916. Dublin. PF. 38.

PHELAN, Pte. James, TS/2836. Army Service Corps. 11th Jan., 1916. South. IB. 31.

PHIBBS, Pte. M., 2876. 7th Bn. Leinster Regt., transf. to (109521) Labour Corps. 6th April, 1919. St. Bridget's. IK. 280.

QUINLAN, Lce. Cpl. John, P/5363. Military Foot Police. 15th July, 1917. St. Bridget's. FJ. 68.

RAPPLE, Pte. T., 1167. 13th Hussars. 23rd Oct., 1918. Age 31. Husband of E. O'Toole, of 15, Avondale Avenue, Phibbsboro', Dublin. Garden. LE. 185.

REDMOND, Pte. M. J., T4/083645. Royal Army Service Corps. 22nd Sept., 1919. St. Bridget's. TH. 295.

REID, Pte. Michael, 6263. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 16th Feb., 1919. Age 37. Garden. PD. 95.

REID, Pte. William Stephen, 18583. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th Jan., 1916. South. UB. 85½.

REILLY (served as Peter O'REILLY), Rfn. Bernard, 22462. 5th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 8th April, 1918. Age 17. Son of Peter Reilly, of 8, Middle Gardiner St., Dublin. St. Paul's. QD. 40.

REILLY, Pte. John, 19773. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 4th April, 1920. Age 48. Husband of M. Reilly, of 5, Henrietta St., Dublin. Garden. TG. 203.

RICHARDSON, Rfn. T., 9487. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 29th Oct., 1918. Age 26. St. Bridget's. TH. 63½.

ROACHE (or ROCHE), Pte. P., 9945. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 22nd March, 1919. Age 26. St. Paul's. MD. 31.

RYAN, Pte. John, 1443. South Irish Horse, transf. to (230509) Labour Corps. 25th Nov., 1917. Husband of Mrs. Ryan, of 44, New St., Dublin. South. BC. 90½.

RYAN, Gnr. L., 6277. Royal Field Artillery. 4th Sept., 1915. "Known to be buried in Kilcool Old Graveyard."

RYAN, Dvr. Philip Martin, 57347. 34th Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 7th Feb., 1919. Son of Daniel Ryan, of 32, Lower Pembroke St., Dublin. St. Paul's. GD. 11.

SAYERS, Pte. M., 9912. 1st Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 6th April, 1918. St. Bridget's. UH. 209.

SHARKEY (or SHARKIE), Pte. J., 7614. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 7th Dec, 1919. St. Paul's. DC. 72.

SHIELS, Serjt. Kieran, 5454. 1st Bn. Leinster Regt. 19th Nov., 1919. Husband of Harriet Shiels, of 45, Gardiner's Hill, Cork. Garden. EG. 220.

SIMINGTON, Cadet Joseph M., 31348. O.T.C. Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 30th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of John J. Simington, of 255, North Circular Rd., Dublin. South. DB. 29-30½.

SIMPSON, Pte. Richard, G/1030. 2nd Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers (late 193, Royal Irish Rifles). 22nd April, 1916. St. Paul's. QA. 37½.

SMITH, Lee. Cpl. E., 20091. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 2nd July, 1918. St. Bridget's. KH. 239.

SMITH, Rfn. J., 7175 (see McLOUGHLIN, the family name).

WRIGHT, Pte. Thomas Patrick, 6251. Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds 27th April, 1918. Age 24. Son of Mrs. M. A. Wright, of 10, Charlemont St., Dublin. Garden. FF. 237.

WRIGHT, Pte. W., 5/7896. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th May, 1918. Age 40. Husband of Jane Wright, of 14, Grenville St., Dublin. St. Bridget's. IH. 236.

WYATT, Pte. P., 20870. 7th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 10th March, 1916. Garden. TE. 146.

YOUNG, Gnr. Gregory J., 10108. Royal Garrison Artillery. 29th Oct., 1918. Age 36. Husband of Christina Young, of 51, Francis St., Dublin. Garden. PE. 210.

 

GLASNEVIN (ST. MOBHIS) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCYARD, DUBLIN CITY, is on the Ballymun road.

MANLY, Rfn. R., 3/6069. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 10th July, 1915. Age 46. Husband of C. Manly, of 84, Botanic Rd., Glasnevin, Dublin. In South-East part.

MILLER, Pte. S. F., M/399336. Royal Army Service Corps. 13th Nov., 1919. Son of J. A. Miller, of 6, Gracepark Gardens, Dramcondra. In North-West part.

SPRUCE, C.Q.M.S. H. C, T1/2855. Royal Army Service Corps., 27th Oct., 1919. In South-West part.

 

GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY, DUBLIN CITY, is on Blackhorse Avenue, outside the North-East boundary of Phoenix Park. It covers 2.2 hectares. It was opened in 1876; it belongs to the Government of Ireland and it is still used for the burial of ex-British soldiers and their near relatives. It contains 775 War Dead, including 14 brought in in 1920 (nine from King George V Hospital grounds, two from Trinity College grounds and three from Portobello Barracks); six American soldiers' graves have been removed. The "Leinster" graves, numbering 145, are in several trenches in the different denominational plots. A Screen Wall Memorial, of a simple design, standing nearly two metres high and fifteen metres long has been built of Irish limestone to commemorate the names of those War Dead who graves lies elsewhere in Ireland and can no longer be maintained. Arranged before this memorial are the headstones of the 83 War Dead buried in Cork Military Cemetery but now commemorated here.

ABEL, Pte. Thomas Wilkinson, 4565. 4th (Q,O.) Hussars. 13th Aug., 1914. CE. 567.

ADAMS, Pte. Eric, 46654. 1st/4th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 21st Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 763.

ADEY, 2nd Lt. William Thomas Henworth. Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster ") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of Frank Adey, of 42, Market Place, Willenhall, Staffs. CE. Officers. 19.

AIRY, Capt. James Oswald. 1st Bn. Manchester Regt. 21st July, 1920. Age 36. Husband of Gladys Maud Airy, of 8, Cleveland Rd., Ealing, London. Cork Mem.

AITKEN, Sub. Lt. William James Lightbody. R.N.V.R. H.M.S. "Colleen". 16th April, 1917. Husband of Mrs. Aitken, of Carrowbeg South, Newport. Screen Wall. Buried in Newport Presbyterian Churchyard, Co. Mayo.

AKEHURST, Pte. Ernest Gilbert, 27368. Scottish Horse. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Mrs. L. L. Natkiel, of 31, Hartington Rd., Walthamstow, Essex. RC. 604.

ALDER, Pte. Sidney, 8175. 2nd Bn. Oxf. and Bucks Light Inf. Died of wounds, 28th Nov., 1914. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Alder, of 17, Friars St., Oxford. Cork Mem.

ALDRIDGE, Lce. Cpl. Edward N., 4288. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 16th April, 1917. Age 42. Cork Mem.

ALDRIDGE, Cpl. Harry, 30191. 19th Training Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. Husband of Nellie Aldridge, of 5, Achilles Rd., West Hampstead, London. CE New Plot. 702.

ALDWORTH, 2nd Lt. Douglas Gilbert Hayward. 3rd Bn Royal Berkshire Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of Arthur E. and E. R. Aldworth, of Laverstock Vicarage, Wilts. CE. Officers. 15.

ALEXANDER, Pte. John, 32636. 3rd Bn. K.O. Scottish Borderers. 10th Oct., 1918. Pres. 91.

ALEXANDER, Pte. Richard, 10277. 2nd Bn. Highland Light Inf. 5th Nov., 1914. Age 26. Son of Hugh and Mary Alexander, of 16, Savoy St., Bridgeton, Glasgow. Born at Glasgow. Cork Mem.

ALLAN, Pte. James, 1293. 1st King Edward's Horse. 15th May, 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Langford Presbyterian Churchyard, Co. Longford.

ALLINSON, C.Q.M.S, Charles Herbert, 13497. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 2nd Nov., 1916.

ANDREW, Serjt. G. F., 86273. Canadian Field Artillery. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. Can. Plot. 3.

ANDREWS, Gnr. Joseph, 91535. Royal Field Artillery. 24th April, 1917. Cork Mem.

ANTILL, Serjt. P. M., 301812. Royal Scots, 1st Sept., 1919. CE. 789.

ARGENT, Pte. Edward Harry, 38967. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of Haerry Edward and Esther Elizabeth Argent, of 59, Marlowe Rd., Wood St., Walthamstow. CE. New Plot. 737.

ARMSTRONG, Pte. Charles, 8264. 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 18th April, 1916. Husband of E. Thomas (formerly Armstrong), of 18, Great Longford St., Dublin. RC. 474.

ARTHERN, Rfn. Albert Andrew, 17550. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 26th Oct., 1914. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Martha Arthern, of High Legh, Knutsford, Cheshire. CE. 570.

ASHFORD, Pte. P. (see KAVANAGH, the family name).

ASHTON, Pte. Harry, SR/12800. 2nd Bn. Leicestershire Regt. 27th March, 1915. Son of Mrs. E. Curzon, of 166, Syston St., Leicester. CE. 593.

ATKINSON, Pte. H., 3435804. 1st Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 22nd March, 1921. CE. 823.

ATTWELL, Pte. G. W., 537127. 15th Hussars, 11th Sept., 1920. CE. 804.

AUTY, Pte. Frederick, 16485. East Riding Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Auty, of 1, Warwick Mount, Batley, Yorks. Pres. 92.

BAILEY, Pte. George Ibbotson, 34004. 30th Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 20th April, 1915. Wes. 41.

BAKER, Pte. Albert Edward, 56665. Middlesex Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 689.

BAKER, Pte. Arthur Ernest, 5226. 19th Royal Hussars. 27th Sept., 1916. CE. 653.

BAKER, Pte. R., 19804. 9th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 4th June, 1921. Age 24. Son of George Baker, of "Dunedin," Monkstown Ave., Monkstown, Co. Dublin. CE. 830.

BALDWIN, Pte. Frederick George, 13480. 6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 10th Nov., 1914. CE. 573.

BALL, Pte. Thomas George, 77083. 2nd/1st Yorkshire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 43. Son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Ball, of Hanley, Staffs; husband of Edith Ellen Ball, of "Almeida," Park Rd., Basford, Stoke-on-Trent. CE. New Plot. 734.

BALLARD, Pte. Charles Henry, 48438. 4th Reserve Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 4th Aug., 1918. CE. 688.

BANKS, Pte. Arthur, 5082. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. Age 24. Son of Isaac and Sarah Jane Banks, of 21, Victoria Rd., Wednesfield, Staffs. CE. 628.

BANTING, Pte. Frederick Charles, 3736. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 612.

BARBER, Pte. George Dennis, 9364. 2nd Bn. Worcestershire Regt. Died of wounds 4th Oct., 1915. Age 40. Son of the late George Henry and Louisa Barber, of Kidderminster; husband of Emily Jane Wright (formerly Barber), of 80, Peel St., Kidderminster. CE. 605.

BARCLAY, 2nd Lt. Samuel Dugald. 5th Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. Officers. 25.

BARDON, Pte. George, 3446. 48th Bn. Australian Inf. Died of sickness 13th Oct., 1918. Age 26. Born at Cairns, Queensland. Son of George and Catherine Bardon, of Pieramon, Queensland. Aust. RC. 2.

BARKER, Serjt. F. J., 7143030. Connaught Rangers. 25th Jan., 1921. Husband of H. Barker, of 9, Banack St., Kinsale, Co. Cork. RC. 732.

BARNES, Pte. Joseph Thomas, 6784. 48th Bn. Australian Inf. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. Born in South Australia. Son of David and Charlotte Barnes; husband of Muriel T. Barnes, of Henley Beach, South Australia. Aust. CE. 3.

BARRACLOUGH, Pte. Joseph, 72238. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (formerly West Yorkshire Regt;). Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 33. Son of George and Alotta Barraclough, of Shipley, Yorks. Wounded in France. CE. New Plot. 723.

BARRADELL, Pte. Edward, 16639. East Riding Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barradell, of 35, Oxford St., Loughborough. RC. 601.

BARRATT, Pte. Harold, 4821. "A" Coy. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 27th April, 1916. Age 19. Son of George and Elizabeth Barratt, of Wolverhampton. CE. 614.

BARRATT, Cpl. John, 4276. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. Age 48. Husband of Selina Barratt, of 29, Art St., Wolverhampton. CE. 638.

BARRON, Gnr. William, 38573. 38th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 17th July, 1917. Age 24. Son of Mrs James Barron, of Ballyellin, Goresbridge. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballyellia Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

BARRY, Pte. Michael, 11964. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 5th May, 1918. RC. 558.

BARRY, Pte. M., 1618. 5th Lancers. 27th Nov., 1918. Age 27. Husband of Maria Barry, of 2, Rainsford Ave., Dublin. RC. 590.

BARTHOLOMEW, Cpl. Percy, M/279044. 615th M.T. Coy. (Dublin) Army Service Corps. 23rd Nov., 1918. Husband of J. Batholomew, of 54, Home Villas, Donnybrook, Dublin. RC. 630.

BATES, Capt. Leonard John, M.C. Tank Corps. 10th Nov., 1917. Age 33. Son of William and Lydia Jane Bates. CE. Officers. 8.

BEACH, Pte. Edgar Hamilton, 4534. 5th Lancers. 18th July, 1915. Age 42. Husband of Florence Bessie Beach, of 324, Holdenhurst Rd., Bournemouth. Served in the South African War. CE. 602.

BEALE, Pte. E. John, 5740. 1st Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt. 13th April, 1918. Husband of Mary Beale, of 2, Shannon Terrace, Old Kilmainham, Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

BEARD, 2nd Lt. Lewis Digby Mansergh. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 19th Oct., 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

BEARY, (Served as COONEY), Pte. David, 5343. 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 3rd Jan., 1915. Son of M. Beary, of the Post Office, Thurles. In church of Ireland Sect. Grave No. 1003.

BEATER, 2nd. Lt. Louis Niebuhr. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 13th March, 1915. Cork Mem.

BELABRE, Signaller V. L., 2309138. Royal Corps of Signals. 22nd April, 1921. CE. 826.

BELL, Cpl. Richard, 10622. 5th Div. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery. 17th March, 1915. Age 34. Husband of Agnes M. Power (formerly Bell), of 20, Coral St., Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester. RC. 445.

BENCH, Pte. Frank, 37251. 4th Reserve Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 8th June, 1918. CE. 683.

BENNETT, C.S.M. James, 5396. D.C.M. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. Died of wounds 21st Nov., 1917. CE. 669.

BENNISON, Pte. William, 14573. 1st Reserve Regt. of Cavalry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 21. Son of John Richard and Mary Bennison, of Sunny Mount, Birkacre, Chorley, Lanes. CE. New Plot. 713.

BERNARD, Pte. Thomas, 30171. 20th Coy. (Tidworth), Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 39. Husband of Rosanna Bernard, of 9, St. Declan Rd., Marino, Dublin. RC. 618.

BILLINGS, Lce. Cpl. Charles, P/13667. Military Foot Police, Military Police Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 48. Son of Edwin and Margaret Billings, of Chelwood Gate, Hay wards Heath, Sussex; husband of Mahalia Billings, of 112, Stanford Ave., Brighton. CE. New Plot. 691.

BIRCH, Pte. James, 49187. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 742.

BIRD, Pte. P. F. (See BURGESS, the family name).

BISHOP, Pte. Harry, 27365. Scottish Horse. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Annie Hembury (formerly Bishop), of 86, Hermitage Rd., Crewkerne, Somerset, and the late George Bishop. CE. New Plot. 710.

BLACK, Lce. Cpl. Thomas, 61418. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 722.

BLACKHURST, Pte. Thomas, 73079. 468th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 18283, Lancashire Fusiliers). 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 58.

BLAKELY, R.S.M. William H., 5754. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 29th April, 1917. Age 38. Son of John F. and Ellen Blakely; husband of the late Elizabeth E. Blakely. Cork Mem.

BLAMPIED, Rfn. Charles William 4372. Jersey Coy. 7th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Drowned 23rd July, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried Ballyhooly (Christchurch) Church of Ireland Cemetery, Co. Cork.

BLUNDELL, Pte. James, 6976. 12th Royal Lancers. 2nd May, 1916. CE. 643.

BOAST, 2nd Lt. Frederick. 2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt. Killed on duty while an officer of the Viceregal Lodge Guard 28th Dec, 1919. Age 20. Son of Maj. Sydney Thomas Boast, M.C, D.C.M., (2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt.) and Ellen Boast, of "Arano," Birtles Rd., Orford, Warrington. Served on the Western Front with his Bn. and returned to U.K. with Cadre. CE. Officers. 41.

BOHAN, Pte. R., T1/4242. Royal Army Service Corps. 13th April, 1919. Age 27. Screen Wall. Buried in Danestown Graveyard, Co. Meath.

BOLGER, Gnr. G., 290. 49th Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 16th Feb., 1920. Son of Mrs. Bolger, of 27, Glorney's Buildings, Gloucester St., Dublin. RC. 696.

BOON, Pte. Cyril Maurice, 47466. 1st/8th Bn. Essex Regt. Drowned in the Irish 3ea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Edward and Annie Boon, of 77 Ellerslie Rd., Clapham Park, London. CE. New Plot. 724.

BOUGHEY, Lt. Anchitel Edward Fletcher. 8th Bn. The Rifle Brigade. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 26. Son of the Rev. A. H. F. Boughey (Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge) and Katharine A. Boughey, of 4, Cranmer Rd., Cambridge. CE. Officers. 26.

BOURKE, Pte. W., 65658. Suffolk Regt. 2nd March, 1920. Age 25. Son of Mrs. Mary. Bourke, of 61, Francis St., Dublin. CE. 794.

BOURNE, Pte. Harold, 5024. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action 29th April, 1916. Age 24. Son of John W. and Alice A. Bourne, of The Post Office, Sedgley, Staffs. CE. 612.

BOURNE, Capt. Richard Balfour. Royal Air Force. Killed while flying at Baldonnel Aerodrome 6th Nov., 1919. Age 22. Son of Henry Hutton Bourne and Clara Lucas Bourne, of 82, Addison Way, Golders Green, London. CE. Officers. 40.

BOWCOTT, Pte. John Reginald, 4804. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. Age 19. Son of Mrs. Louise Bowcott, of 8, Wednesfield Rd., Wolverhampton. CE. 612.

BOWEN, Pte. James Robert, 34546. Lancashire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 743.

BOWERS, Pte. Joseph, 77107. Yorkshire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 711.

BOWMAN, Pte. John Henry, 1503. 10th Div. Cyclist Coy. Army Cyclist Corps. 27th April, 1915. CE. 599.

BOYD, Cpl. J., 816. Army Cyclist Corps. 16th Nov., 1918. Age 24. RC. 584.

BOYLAND, Pte. W., 101593. 33rd Stat. Hosp. Royal Army Medical Corps. 28th June, 1917. RC. 523.

BOYLE, Cpl. A., 19974. Royal Irish Fusiliers 8th June, 1917. Husband of S. Boyle, of 12, Briffane Terrace, Cavan. RC. 521.

BRADLEY, Pte. William Edward, 042285. 15th Sect. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of Thomas Seatle Bradley and Ruth Smith Bradley, of Main St., Hawkshead, Westmorland. CE. New Plot. 704.

BRADY, Pte. Maurice, 2861. Depot Leinster Regt. 26th Aug., 1918. RC. 569.

BRASSINGTON, Serjt. Arthur, 13935. 3rd Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 709.

BREEN, Pte. Edward, 2326. 2nd Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 4th Oct., 1917. Husband of Mary Breen, of 4, Willson's Cottages, Frederick St., Dublin. RC. 533.

BRENNAN, Pte. Francis A., 25244. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 24th April, 1916. Son of C. and E. Brennan, of 24, Ushers Island, Dublin. RC. 468.

BRENNAN, Cpl. John, 9952. 3rd Bn. Rpyal Irish Regt. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. Son of Mrs. Mary Maddock, of Ballinaboola, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny. RC. 722.

BRENNAN, Serjt. John, 27864. 9th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 32. RC. 603.

BRIEN, Lce. Serjt. Charles, 3790. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 10th May, 1917. Age 24. Son of Mrs. Sarah Brien, of 5, Sleaty St. Graigue-Cullen, Carlow. Screen Wall. Buried in Sleaty Old Burial Ground, Co. Leix.

BRIEN, Pte. John, 14711. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th Oct., 1917. Age 26. Husband of Anne Brien, of 3, Bargy Rd., East Wall, Dublin. RC. 536.

BRIGINSHAW, Lt. Henry William Oswald. Royal Army Service Corps. Died of pneumonia 30th Nov., 1918. Age 43. Son of Henry Vincent and Jane Amy Briginshaw, of "The Swallows," Park Rd., Southborough, Kent. CE. Officers. 32.

BRINDLEY, Pte. Harold, 5628. 2nd/5th Bn. North Staffordshire Regt. 28th April, 1916. CE. 620.

BROSNAN, S.M. Patrick, 15231. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 25th April, 1916. Age 50. Husband of Lucy Brosnan, of 122, Lower Baggot St., Dublin. RC. 477.

BROWN, Pte. Peter, 29928. 16th Bn. York and Lancaster Regt. 7th June, 1917. Age 53. Husband of Sarah Brown, of 12, East James St., Dublin. RC. 520.

BROWNING, Pte. H. G., 2107. 1st King Edward's Horse. 27th Jan., 1919. CE. 778.

BROWNSELL, Pte. Alexander, 9150. 2nd Bn. Bedfordshire Regt. Died of wounds 8th Nov., 1914. Son of Mr. J. Brownsell, of 4, The Marsh, Pinner, Middx. CE. 572.

BRUNTON, Pte. W. K., 427495. 13th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Quebec Regt.). Died of wounds (gas) 17th Sept., 1919. Age 21. Husband of the late May Brunton, of 22, Howley Lane, Church St., Warrington. CE. Can. Plot. 6.

BRYANT, Pte. Charles, 35980. Middlesex Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 744.

BUCHANAN, Lce. Cpl., J., 7733565. Corps of Military Accountants. 21st March, 1921. Pres. 97.

BUCK, Bty. S.M. T., 91341. 326th Bde. Amm. Col. Royal Field Artillery. 27th Dec, 1918. Husband of Agnes Buck, of 15593, Wabash Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. CE. 775.

BUGG, Pte. Ernest, 16641. East Riding Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster ") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of Frederick Bugg, of 120, Lancing Rd., Sheffield. Wes. 53.

BURGESS (served as BIRD), Pte. Percy Frederick, 5496. 6th Reserve Calvalry Regt., formerly "D" Sqdn. XII Royal Lancers. Died of pneumonia 12th April, 1915. Age 20. Born at Camberwell. Son of Charles Robert Burgess, of 12, Arthur Rd., North Brixton, London. CE. 594.

BURKE, Pte. Alexander, 5436. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 12th Feb., 1916. Age 42. Husband of B. Burke, of Lady's Abbey, Ardfinnan, Cahir. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballydrinan Old Graveyard, Co. Tipperary.

BURKE, Lce Serjt. Frederick William Robert, 25692. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action 28th April, 1916. Age 21. Son of Maj. John Burke, D.S.O., M.C., D.C.M., of 62, Grove Ave., Twickenham. CE. 642.

BURLEY, Pte. James Alexander, 15861. 3rd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt., transf. to (597946) 653rd Home Service Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 30th July, 1918. CE. 687.

BURNS, Capt. Digby. Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. Officers. 23.

BURNS, Pte. Thomas T3/70041. 866th H. T. Coy. Army Service Corps 12th April, 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathmore Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Kildare.

BURNS, Gnr. William Robert, 86504. 17th Bty. 5th Bde. Canadian Field Artillery. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 22. Born at St. John, New Brunswick. Son of William R. and Mary Burns, of 205, Gerrard St. East, Toronto. RC. Can. Plot. 1.

BUTLER, Gnr. T., 22080. No. 2 Depot Royal Garrison Artillery. 22nd Dec, 1916. Husband of Mrs. Butler, of 27, Kennedy Villas, Bow Lane, Dublin. RC. 501.

BUTT, Dvr. Edwin, T/258649. 538th H.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 36. Son of William Edwin and Eliza Butt, of Euston, London. CE. New Plot. 733.

BYERS, 2nd Lt. Henry Elliott. 3rd Bn. Duke of Cornwalls Light Inf. and Royal Flying Corps. Killed 12th Nov., 1916. Age 22. Son of Henry E. Byers, of 5, Charleville Rd., North Circular Rd., Dublin. CE. Officers. 5.

BYRNE, Pte. C. M., 1853A. 46th Bn. Australian Inf. 4th Nov., 1918. Aust. RC. 4.

BYRNE, Serjt. James, 15547. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 25th Feb., 1915. Age 48. Husband of Mary Byrne, of 70, Harty Place, Clanbrassil St., Dublin. RC. 442.

BYRNE, Pte. James, 18259. Depot, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 29th April, 1916. Age 19. RC. 483.

BYRNE, Serjt. John, 13996. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th June, 1915. Age 34. Husband of Bridget Bradley, of 2, Courtney Place, Ballybough Rd., Dublin. RC. 450.

BYRNE, Pte. J., 9308. Depot, East Lancashire Regt. 10th Dec, 1918. RC. 636.

BYRNE, Pte. W., 275868. Labour Corps, formerly 2nd Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 1st April, 1919. Age 53. Son of William and Eliza Byrne; husband of Mary Anne Byrne, of Tullowbeg St., Tullow. Screen Wall. Buried in Tullow (The Abbey) Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

BYRNES, Pte. John, 5/6134. 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 10th July, 1916. Age 54. Screen Wall. Buried in Limerick (St. Patrick's) Graveyard, Co. Limerick.

CAFFERY, Pte. Joseph, 3988. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 12th Aug., 1914. Son of the late P. Caffery, of Tulindaly Rd., Tuam, Co. Galway. Cork Mem.

CAHILL, Gnr. Thomas, 4275. 6th Div. Amm. Col. Royal Field Artillery. 10th Oct., 1918. Son of Mrs. M. Cahill, of 3, Hanover Lane, Dublin. RC. 621.

CALLAGHAN, Pte. J., 29008. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 6th Nov., 1917. Age 32. Husband of M. Callaghan, of 11, Gt. Longford St., Dublin. RC 538.

CALLAGHAN, Pte. Joseph, 10495. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 6th Jan., 1916. Cork Mem.

CALLAGHAN, Pte. M., 11938. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 29th Aug., 1921. Age 39. Husband of Annie Callaghan, of 38, Old Bride St., Dublin. RC. 743.

CALLAGHAN, Pte. Peter Francis, 3887. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 22nd May, 1917. RC. 516.

CAMM, Spr. Albert G., 1856603. Royal Engineers, nth July, 1921. Age 20. Cork Mem.

CAMPBELL, Cpl. George Gunn, 17345. Depot, K.O. Scottish Borderers. 2nd Feb., 1916. Age 23. Son of William and Elizabeth Campbell, of Cairnroich, Lybster, Caithness. Pres. 85. .

CAMPBELL, Lieut. Comdr. George Richard Colin. R.N. Compass Dept. (Slough). H.M.S. "President." Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 34. Born at Ballyeglish, Moneymore, Co. Derry. Son of the Rev. Edwd. F. and Lydia Campbell, of Sheskburn, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim; husband of the late Eileen Campbell (nee Knox-Browne), of Aughentaine, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone. Inventor of Campbell-Bennett aperiodic compass. CE. Officers. 29.

CANTY, Pte. Daniel, 7562. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 8th May, 1916. Age 28. Husband of Margaret T. Shiel, (formerly Canty,) of Ardanoon, Rosslare Harbour. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrane Catholic Churchyard, Co. Wexford.

CAREW, Spr. Edward, 46134. 5th Reserve Bn. Royal Engineers. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. RC. 611.

CARMODY, Pte. James, 2501. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 6th Oct., 1917. RC. 534.

CARR, Pte. F., 10864. 25th Casualty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Aug., 1917. RC. 528.

CARROLL, Pte. Christopher, 7001. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 2nd Dec, 1918. Age 37. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathconnell Old Graveyard, Co. Westmeath.

CARROLL, Spr. E., 25184. Royal Engineers. 7th June, 1921. Age 27. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, of 41, Bolton St., Dublin. RC. 741.

CARROLL, Pte. John, 8313. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 18th Jan., 1916. RC. 462.

CARROLL, Pte. J., DM2/195097. Royal Army Service Corps. 4th Sept., 1919. Husband of Augusta Carroll, of 21, Ben Edair Rd., North Circular Rd., Dublin. RC. 679.

CARROLL, Worker Kathleen, 44412. Q.M.A.A.C. 19th July, 1918. Age 27. Daughter of Francis Carroll, of Mullavalley, Louth. Screen Wall. Buried in Louth Old Graveyard, Co. Louth.

CARROLL, Ldg. Tel. William Leo, J/1857 (Ch.). R.N. H.M.S. "Beagle." 3rd Nov., 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Killygarven Catholic Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

CARTER, Pte. Edwin Johnson, 2880. 29th Bn. Australian Inf. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 33. Son of Fanny Carter, of 37, Jamieson St.,Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia, and the late Joseph Carter. Aust. CE. 2.

CARTER, Tptr. Edwin Righton, 1409. 1st King Edward's Horse. 3rd Nov., 1916. Son of R.A. Carter, of 13, Somali Rd., Cricklewood, London. Screen Wall. Buried in Carlingford (Holy Trinity) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Louth.

CASEY, Pte. C, 9270. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 21st April, 1916. Cork Mem. -^3

CASSIDY, Pte. J., 4685. M.M. Leinster Regt. 3rd Jan., 1918. Son of Mr. J. Cassidy, of 14, Court St., Dublin. RC. 546.

CASSIDY, Pte. John, 9213. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 20th Feb., 1916. Son of Mrs. S. Cassidy, of County Home, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. RC. 465.

CASWELL, Pte. J., 18886. 3rd Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 21st March, 1919. CE. 782.

CATLING, Pte. Joseph, 74854. 457th Protection Coy., Royal Defence Corps. 1st Nov., 1918. Age 21. Son of Mr. J. Catling, of 40, Faircross Ave., Barking, Essex. RC. 625.

CAVANAGH, Pte. James, 213. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. (late 8357, Royal Irish Rifles). 26th April, 1916. CE. 811.

CHAMBERS, Pte. Daniel, 5448. 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds 6th Nov., 1917. Age 32. Screen Wall.1 Buried in Ballymodan Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

CHAMPION, Pte. Harry Stephen, 80721. 47th Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds 4th Nov., 1916. CE. 656.

CHANDLER, Serjt. Thomas Patrick, 9298. 1st Bn. Connaught Rangers. Died of Malaria 21st Nov., 1916. Age 28. Husband of Elizabeth Chandler, of 34 " G " Block, Moss St., Dublin, RC. 496.

CHERRY, Pte. Joseph, 7133. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 7th April, 1916. RC. 471.

CHESSMAN, A.B. Robert Bernard, J/8752 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Magic." 10th April, 1918. Age 25. Son of Thomas and Mary Chessman, of Topcliffe Farm, Tingley, Wakefield. Screen Wall. Buried in Killygarven Catholic Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

CHICK, Pte. James, 5035. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 639.

CLAFFEY, Lee. Cpl. B., 4180821 (late 10564). "D" Coy. 1st Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 26th Feb., 1921. Age 27. Husband of K. Claffey, of 20, Watling St., Dublin. RC. 734.

CLARK, 3rd Mate Christopher:. S.S. "Eupion." (London), Mercantile Marine. Drowned, as a result of an attack by enemy submarine, 3rd Oct., 1918. Age 29. Son of Christopher Granger Clark and Hannah Hodgson Clark, of "Hazelwood," Langholm Rd., East Boldon, Sunderland. Born at Robin Hood's Bay, Yorks. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Clare.

CLIFT, Cpl. John, 285450. Q.O. Oxfordshire Hussars. 18th May, 1918. Age 22. Only son of John and Mary Clift, of 106, East Ave., Oxford. CE. 681.

CLINTON, Serjt. Francis Joseph, 4952. 5th Lancew. Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Died of Wounds 7th Jan. 1917. Age 38. Son of Bernard and Martha Clinton, of Brook Terrace, Enniskillen. Served in the South African War. CE. 651.

COADY, Pte. J., 7502. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 17th Nov., 1919. Age 35. Husband of H. Coady, of 16, Ellis Quay, Dublin. RC. 687.

COADY, Pte. Richard, 1441. 5th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 18th Jan., 1915. Son of Mrs. E. Kelly, of Cassestown, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. RC. 436.

COBBOLD, Pte. Arthur Elias, M/2/148822. 615th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 29th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of A. R. and H. Cobbold, of Childe >Okeford, Dorset. CE.613.

COGHLAN, Pte. Thomas, 6516. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. 5th April, 1916. Son of the late Mrs. E. O'Leary, of Chapel St., Ennis, Co. Clare. RC. 470.

COLE, Cpl. W., 290074. Royal Air Force. 18th Nov., 1920. RC. 725.

COLEMAN, Pte. Hugh, 13522. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 21st April, 1916. Husband of A. Coleman, of 23, Upper Kevin St., Dublin. RC. j75._

COLGATE, Pte. Arthur Cyril, G/22773. ist/6th Bn. Royal Sussex Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of Alfred and Maud Alice Colgate, of 95, Silverdale Rd., Tunbridge Wells. CE. New Plot. 714.

COLLINS, Pte. Archibald Frederick Henry, 58100. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. 3rd June, 1918. Age 18. Son of Joseph and Mary Jane Collins, of Yew Cottage, Little Cheverell, Wilts. CE. 682.

COLLINS, Rfn. Thomas, 14758. Reserve Bn. 3rd New Zealand (Rifle) Bde. 27th Dec, 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Dolla Old Graveyard, Co. Tipperary.

COLLINS, Pte. Thomas Albert, 3151. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 647.

CONDLEY, Drmr. J. C, 10154. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 3rd Dec, 1918. Age 24. Son of Mrs. Sarah Condley, of 10, Main Rd., Thomas Rd., Fairbrothers Fields, Dublin. RC. 591.

CONDON, Pte. Denis, 3513. 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers, 2nd Jan., 1915. Husband of K. Condon, of 7, Lady's Well Hill, Cork. RC. 435.

CONLON, Pte. Edward, 35039. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Son of Mr. P. Conlon, of Ballynoland, Brackna, Rathagan, Co. Kildare. RC. 599.

CONNELL, Pnr. J., 16369. Royal Engineers, transf. to (Pte., 348281) Labour Corps. 7th Oct., 1920. Husband of M. Connell, of 10, Nicholas St., Dublin. RC. 720.

CONNOR, A.B. John, 203843 (Dev). R.N. H.M.S. "Vivid". 12th March, 1920. Son of Eileen Connor, of Killelane, Dingle. Screen Wall. Buried in Dingle (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard Co. Kerry.

CONNORS, Pte. Philip, 3985. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 2nd April, 1915. Cork Mem.

CONROY, Cpl. Samuel, 3612. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 30th June, 191*5. Husband of Airs. Conroy, ofi8, Gerald Griffen St., Cork. RC. 452.

CONROY, Pte. T. (see DALY, the family name).

CONWAY, Pte. J., 35263. 17th Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.). 2nd Dec, 1918. Husband of C. Conway, of 31B, Conway Buildings, Dublin. RC. 631.

COOKE, Pte. James, 4385. 8th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 16th July, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Knockainy Catholic Churchyard, Co. Limerick.

COOKE, Pte. T., 275914. Irish Command Labour Centre, Labour Corps. 5th Dec, 1918. RC. 632.

COOPER, Pte. Alfred Howard, 41354. Depot, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 18th June, 1918. Age 21. Son of the late Edward and Elizabeth Cooper. Cork Mem.

CORCORAN, Worker R. Annie, 51688. Receiving Depot (Dublin), Q.M.A.A.C. 20th Dec, 1918. Daughter of Mrs. J. Conway, of 12, Five Alley Lime, Waterford. RC. 637.

CORCORAN, Sto. 1st CI. J., 165758. (R.F.R. Dev. A. 4150). R.N. H.M.S. "Colleen". 28th Feb., 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Tracton Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

CORCORAN, Pte. T., 5578. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 14th March, 1919. Son of Mr. T. Corcoran, of Kill, Tullow. Screen Wall. Buried in Mullawn (St. Bridget's) Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

CORDWELL, Pte. Herbert John, 24522. 2nd Reserve Cavalry Regt. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. CE. 635.

CORLEY, Pte. James, 5758. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 28th Oct., 1914. Cork Mem.

CORNWELL, Lee. Serjt. James, 3818. 2nd/6th Bn. North Staffordshire Regt. Died of wounds 2nd May, 1916. CE. 621.

CORR, Pte. W. J., (see RANKIN, the family name).

COSGROVE, Cpl. John, 15553. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th Nov., 1914. Age 49. Screen Wall. Buried in Tullow (The Abbey) Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

COSTELLO, Gnr. James, 19512. Clearing Office (R.G.A.), formerly 94th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of wounds 4th Oct., 1918. Husband of E. Costello, of 33, South Gloucester St., Dublin. RC. 576.

COSTER, Pte. Thomas Edmund, 1083. 1st King Edward's Horse. 27th Oct., 1918. Cork Mem.

COUSINS, Cpl. Nathaniel, 9019. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 16th Feb., 1915. CE. 583.

COUTTS, Pte. James, 486. 2nd Bn. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds 29th Oct., 1914. Pres. 77.

COWELL, Act. Bmdr. C. C, 92231. 4th Reserve Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 19th July, 1917. CE. 667.

COX, Pte. Hampden Trevor Ashby, 2090. 1st King Edward's Horse. 9th May, 1918. CE. 679.

COX, Lce. Cpl., James 9366. Depot, Royal Irish Regt. 7th Nov., 1915. Age 25. Son of Mrs. Ellen Cox, of Maudlin St., Thomastown. Screen Wall. Buried in Thomastown (Church of the Assumption) Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

COXON, Pte. Richard, 22164. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th April, 1916. RC. 479.

CRAMPHORN, Pte. J.F.T., 170759. 2nd/lst Sussex Yeomanry. 18th Dec, 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Boyle Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Roscommon.

CRAYTHORNE, Pte. Albert, 1105. 2nd Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 28th Oct., 1914. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Craythorne, of 67, Larches St., Sparkbrook, Bkmingham. Cork Mem.

CRICHTON, A.M. III William, 141462. 19th Training Sqdn. Royal Air Force. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. " Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of John Crichton, of 4, Garrison Place, Falkirk. CE. New Plot. 749.

CROKE, Pte. J., 5242257 4th Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 29th June, 1921. Son of Mrs. Anne Croke, of 4, Walshe's Place, Ballybricken, Co. Waterford. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathpatrick Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

CROMPTON, Pte. F., 265939. Loyal North Lanes. Regt., transf, to (493985) 653rd H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 48.

CR0MN, Pte. Joseph, T/424581. 4th Reserve H.T. Depot, Army Service Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Son of Mrs. B. Cronin, of Gustanella, Cappamore, Co. Limerick- RC. 613.

CROSBIE, Pte. Michael, 5779. 4thBn. Connaught Rangers. 13th Sept., 1916. Cork Mem.

CROSS, Pte. Robert, 27386. Scottish Horse. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster ") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Robert and Ann Cross, of London. CE. New Plot. 693.

CULBERTSON, Rfn. John, 16120. 6th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 18th Nov., 1914. Pres. 79.

CULLEN, Pte. J., 142805. 16th Coy. Royal Army Medical Corps. 20th July, 1920. Age 40. Husband of Kate Cullen, of 6, Vance Buildings, Bridge St., Dublin. RC. 715.

CULLEN, Pte. Joseph, G/1015. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 25th April, 1916. CE. 610.

CULLEN, Pte. Patrick, 32014. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 31st Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of John Cullen, of 34, Wentworth Place, Dublin. RC. 626.

CUMMINS, Maj. Ian Ashley Marsham. Royal Garrison Artillery. 20th July, 1918. Son of Mr. M. Cummins, of Dublin. CE. Officers. 10.

CUNNINGHAM, Pte. J., 201455. Cameron Highlanders. 27th Dec, 1918. RC. 639.

CUNNINGHAM, Cpl. M., 607431. 52nd Artizan Works Coy. Royal Engineers. 10th Feb., 1920. Age 47. Husband of Winifred Maughan, of Church St., Boyle. RC. 695.

CURRAN, Pte. James, 10431. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died of wounds, 6th Nov., 1914. Cork Mem.

CURRY, Dvr. N., 15811. A.N. Cable Sect. Royal Engineers. 15th Sept., 1919. Age 32. RC. 680.

CURTIS, Serjt. Christopher, 6/19142. 3rd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 14th Feb., 1917. RC. 507.

CURTIS, Pte. J., 4752. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 24th April, 1920. Son of Mr. C. Curtis, of 17, Westmorland Park, Ranelagh, Dublin. RC. 706.

CURTIS, Pte. James, 22761. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 5th Jan., 1917. Age 31. RC. 503.

DAFFEN, Lt. Harold Charles. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. Mentioned in Despatches. Killed in action 26th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of Charles E. and A. Daffen, of 29, Park St., Worksop, Notts. CE. Officers. 4.

DALTON, Pte. Patrick, S/3635. 118th Coy., Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 7th April, 1919. Age 40. Son of William and Bridget Dalton, of Waterford. Served in the South African War. RC. 662.

DALTON, Pte. Thomas, 6589. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Died of wounds (gas) 31st March 1916. Age 50. Son of Mr and Mrs John Dalton, of Patrick St., Dungarvan. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilgobnet Catholic Churchyard, Co. Waterford.

DALY, (served as Thomas CONROY), Pte. Edward, 6222. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. 25th Jan., 1916. Age 35. Son of Mrs. M. Daly, of 4, Austin's Cottages, Annesley Place, Dublin. RC. 463.

DALY, Pte. J., 84741. Royal Defence Corps. 17th Feb., 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathconnell Old Graveyard, Co Westmeath.

DALY, Pte. William, 20595. 7th/8th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 22nd June, 1918. Age 25. Son of Mr. W. Daly, of 109, Townsend St., Dublin. RC. 564.

D'ARCY, Serjt. M., 7006334, D.C.M. Royal Irish Rifles. 7th Jan., 1921. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth D'Arcy, of 12, Mountjoy St., Dublin. RC. 729.

DAVIDSON, Pte. Thomas Blaylock, 52450. 3rd Bn. Border Regt. Died of cerebro spinal fever 13th July, 1919. Age 18. Son of WilUam and Bessie Catherine Davidson, of Plumtree, Easton, Burgh-by-Sands, Carlisle. CE. 787.

DAVIES, Pte. Thomas, 3148. Montgomeryshire Yeomanry. 8th March, 1916. Age 26. Son of Mrs. M. A. Powell, of Yarpole, Herefordshire. Wes. 42.

DAVIS, Spr. Michael, 62392. No. 2 Depot Coy. Royal Engineers. 6th Dec, 1915. Husband of C. Davis, of 8, West Essex St., Fishamble St., Dublin. RC. 459.

DAVIS, Pte. Marcus Vere H., 40761. 3rd/4th Bn. Loyal North Lanes Regt. 18th May, 1918. Age 18. Son of John and Bertha Davis, of 34, Westward Rise, Barry, Glam. Wes. 46.

DEAN, Pte. Albert Sidney, 47465. ist/8th Bn. Essex Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of Albert James Dean, of 89, Histon Rd., Cambridge. CE. New Plot. 735.

DEEGAN, Gnr. Robert Alexander, 358528. Kent Royal Garrison Artillery. 6th Nov., 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Dumcondra (St. George's) Burial Ground, Dublin City.

DELOHERY, Pte. Michael, 1987. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 30th Dec. 1916. Age 38. Husband of Ellen Delohery. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Clare.

DEMAINE, Serjt. William, 242610. 4th Bn. Loyal North Lanes. Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 716.

DENNEHY, Pte. W., 2375. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, transf. to (T/41292) Royal Army Service Corps. 31st Oct., 1919. Age 43. RC. 684.

DE VINE, 2nd Lt., H. 10th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 17th Feb., 1919. Husband of Mrs. De Vine, of Doogart, Achill Island, Co. Mayo. CE. Officers. 35.

DICKINSON, Pte. Harry, 1608. 2nd/5th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. Died of wounds 12th May, 1916. Age 22. Son of William and Clara Dickinson, of 7, Nock St., Toll End, Tipton, Staffs. Wes. 44.

DILLINGHAM, Pte. William David, 18919 Scottish Horse. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 24. Son of Walter George and Martha Ann Dillingham, of Ampthill, Beds.; husband of Constance Dillingham (formerly Burton). An employee of Messrs. Swaffield & Sons, Auctioneers. One of 5 brothers who served. CE. New Plot. 754.

DILLON, Pte. Thomas, 11279. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 20th Dec, 1916. Age 24. Son of Mrs. Agnes Dillon, of 9, Stafford St., Dublin. RC. 500.

DIXON, Pte. C. T., 5532. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. CE. 630.

DODSON, Boy Leonard Harry, 10270. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 21st Sept., 1914 Cork Mem.

DOLAN, A. M. II. Christopher, 309061. Halton Depot, Royal Air Force. 18th Jan., 1920. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

DONNELLY, Pte. Owen Samuel, 73106. 468th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 31597, King's Liverpool Regt.). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 705.

DONOGHUE, Pte. Thomas, 4617. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 11th Feb., 1920. Age 24. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Clare.

DOOLEY, Pte. John, 7698. 5th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 5th Feb., 1916. Age 34. Son of Patrick and Johanna Dooley, of Columbkille Cottage, Thomastown. Screen Wall. Buried in Jerpoint Abbey (Hunts Church) Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

DOOLEY, Spr. M., 505634. Canadian Engineers. 10th Dec, 1916. RC. 499.

DOOLIN, Pte. M., 17884. 3rd Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 18th Nov., 1918. RC. 585.

DOONEY, Pte. Michael, 9439. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 11th June, 1915. Age 18. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Dooney, of 6, St. James's Ave., James St., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

DOUBLE, Pte. Arthur Patrick, 57606. 4th Bn. Loyal North Lanes Regt. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Charles Henry and Lucy Double, of 90, Shakespeare Rd., Fleetwood, Lanes. CE. New Plot. 703.

DOWER, Spr. James, 163344. Royal Engineers, transfd. to (348305) 653rd Home Service Empl. Coy. Labour Corps. 6th July, 1918. Age 48. Husband of A. Dower, of Ballinamona, Ferrybank, Waterford. Born at Kilea. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilbridge Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

DOWLING, Pte. John, 6923. Royal Irish Regt. transfd. to (364286) Labour Corps. 17th Jan., 1918. Age 49. Husband of Mary Bowling of 10, Lord Edward St., Kilkenny. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny (St. John) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

DOWLING, Pte. Patrick, 7386. Depot, Leinster Regt. 3rd Nov., 1918. Husband of E. Dowling, of 29, Hanbury Lane, Meath St., Dublin. RC. 628.

DOWLING, Serjt. Patrick, 9037. 1st Bn. Cheshire Regt. 5th May, 1918. Age 27. Son of Joseph Dowling, of 16, Portland Place North, Drumcondra, Dublin. RC. 559.

DOWNES, Pte. Michael, 4394. Depot, Royal Munster Fusiliers. 7th March, 1916. Age 30. Husband of M. Downes of 15, Old Francis St., Limerick. Screen Wall. Buried in Limerick (St. Patrick's) Graveyard, Co. Limerick.

DOYLE, Pte. H., 7707. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 23rd April, 1917. Son of H. Doyle, of 1, Valentia Parade, Dublin. RC. 514.

DOYLE, 2nd Lt. Henry Thomas, 25/21. Wellington Regt. N.Z.E.F. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. 28. Born at Auckland. Son of Michael and Doyle, of Westfield, Otahuhu, Auckland. N.Z. R.C. 2.

DOYLE, Pte. James, 9243. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. 17th Oct., 1915. Age 23. Husband of Sarah Doyle, of 102, Francis St., Dublin. RC. 458.

DOYLE, Pte. John, 24139. 5th Lancers. 10th Jan., 1917. RC. 504.

DOYLE, Pte. Laurence, 13784. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 6th Sept., 1916. Husband of M. Doyle, of 3, Harmony Row, Dublin. RC. 491.

DOYLE, Gnr. Richard, 5608. 44th Amm. Supply Park, Royal Garrison Artillery. 2nd April, 1917. Age 46. RC. 508.

DOYLE, Pte. William, 14482. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 25th Dec, 1914. Age 35. Husband of E. Doyle, of 5, Earn St., Meath St., Dublin. Cork Mem.

DOYLE, Gnr. William, 15201. Royal Garrison. Artillery. 17th March, 1918. Cork Mem.

DREW, Sdlr. S/Serjt. Henry, 12616. 5th Lancers. 14th March, 1918. Age 33. CE. 532.

DREW, Pte. J., T4/127294. Army Service Corps. 2nd Oct., 1916. CE. 654.

DRUDY, Pte. Edmund James, 3/5416. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 22nd May, 1917. Age 41. Son of John and Mary Drady, of Cashel, Co. Tipperary; husband of Kate Drudy, of 26, Coliston Rd., Southfields, London. Cork Mem.

DUCIE, Pte. P., S.S./5938. Army Service Corps. 20th Aug., 1917. Age 44. Son of Mrs. Sabina Ducie, of Bunnawillian, Geesala, Ballina, Co. Mayo. RC. 531.

DUGGAN, Pte. E., A/2232. Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 11th April, 1916. Son of Mrs. ELizabeth Duggan, of 46, Portland Row, North Strand, Dublin. RC. 473.

DULLARD, Pte. James, 8293. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 26th Feb., 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny (St. John) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

DUNCAN, Pte. J., 10564. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 20th Jan., 1920. Son of the late Mr. E. Duncan, of 28, Clarendon St., Dublin. RC. 692.

DUNN, Pte. William, 2960. 5th Lancers. 22nd Oct., 1918. Age 26. Husband of Frances Dunn, of 90, Lower Gardiner St., Dublin. RC. 623.

DUNNE, Pte. Edward R., 77770. 310th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (formerly 3/8722, Royal Irish Rifles, and 27481, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers). 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of Richard Dunne, of 30, Merchant's Cottages, East Wall, Dublin. RC. 595.

DYER, Sdlr. S./Serjt. G. A., T/15063. 886th H.T. Coy. (Dublin) Royal Army Service Corps. 3rd April, 1920. Husband of G. M. Dyer, of 25, Claud Rd., Glasnevin, Dublin. CE. 797.

DYSART, Pte. John, 19787. 12th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, transf. to (464875) Labour Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 37. Son of Hugh and Sarah Dysart, of Coleraine; husband of Nancy Dysart, of Pate's Lane, Coleraine. CE. Mew Plot. 750.

EADE, S.B.A. Arthur, M/4062 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Colleen." 10th Oct., 1918. Age 25. Son of Mrs. M. Eade, of the Almshouses, Waltham Abbey, Essex. CE. New Plot. 760.

EDDY, Cpl. Samuel, 25455. Depot Welsh Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 49.

EGAN, Serjt. J., 47680. Worcestershire Regt. 23rd Feb., 1920. Husband of E. Egan, of 5a, Richmond Hill Cottages, Rathmines, Dublin, RC. 698.

ELKINS, Pte. Thomas, 261144. Middlesex Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 36. Husband of Mabel Duncan Elkins, of 39, Byne Rd., Sydenham. RC. 620.

ELLIS, Pte. J., M/39423. 39th Coy. (Dublin) Royal Army Service Corps. 16th Nov., 1919. Son of C. Ellis, of 11, Hendrick St., Dublin. RC. 686.

EMBLEIN, Pte. Frederick John, 18653. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 20721, King's Shropshire Light Inf.). Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 46. Son of Henry and Emma Emblein, of Shrewsbury; husband of Nellie Emblein, of 13, Fairford Place, Coleham, Shrewsbury. CE. New Plot. 755.

ERRITY, Pte. M., 8599. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 31st Dec, 1920. Husband of M. Errity, of 4, Rainsford Ave., Thomas Court, Dublin. RC. 727.

EVANS, Pte. Charles John, 63168. 1st Garr. Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of Albert Hewitt Evans and Annie Elizabeth Evans, of Fern Cottage, Timsbury, Bath. Wes. 51.

EVANS, Gnr. James, 100162. 1st Sect. Guards Div. Amm. Col. Royal Field Artillery. 4th Nov., 1918. RC. 577.

EVANS, Pte. J., 3644803. 1st Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 30th Dec, 1920. Age 24. Son of John and Mary Jane Evans, of Heatherbank Cove, Farnborough, Hants. CE. 819.

EVANS, Serjt. T. C., 538161. Royal Engineers. 21st March, 1920. CE. 795.

EVENS, Pte. Henry John, 166114. "A" Cyclist Coy. 2nd/1st North Somerset Yeomanry. Died of pneumonia 3rd May, 1918. Age 27. Son of Emiline Evens, of 80, Hartop Rd., St. Mary Church, Torquay, and the late William Henry Evens. A watch and clockmaker. CE. 678.

EYLSON, Pte. Edward, 18616. 6th Bn. Royal Iiraiskilling Fusiliers. 29th Jan., 1915. Son of Mrs. F. Eylson, of Ballybofey, Co. Donegal. CE. 582.

FAHY, Pte. E., 4662. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 29th April, 1920. Age 34. Screen Wall. Buried in Limerick (St. Patrick's) Graveyard, Co. Limerick.

FARRELL, Gnr. J., 76026. 55th Anti Aircraft Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 11th Dec., 1918. Son of Mr. M. Farrell, of 10, Church Terrace, Church St., Dublin. RC. 638.

FARRELL, Pte. J., 3284. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 10th Nov., 1919. Husband of P. Farrell, of 14, Middle Gardiner St., Dublin. RC. 685.

FARRELL, Lce. Sergt., Michael J., 4145. Res. Bn. Irish Guards. 18th May, 1917. Age 27. Son of Mrs Kate Farrell, of Ballintogher, Monasterevin. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballybracken Graveyard, Co. Kildare.

FAY, Gnr. P., 181305. 298th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 15th April, 1919. Age 45. RC. 666.

FELTON, Boy Thomas Edward, 19976. Depot, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 22nd Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 764.

FIELD, Pte. Henry James, 46889. 4th Reserve Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 23rd June, 1918. Age 18. Son of Edward James and Florence Jane Field, of Milton Clevedon, Somerset. CE. 684.

FINCH, Cpl. William, 348. 458th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 20051, London Irish Rifles). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 740.

FINLEON, Pte. James Maurice, 3135908. 4th Bn. Canadian Inf. (1st Central Ontario Regt.). Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 23. Born at St. Augustine, Ont. Son of Thomas Finleon, and his wife Matilda Devereaux, of Auburn, Ontario. RC. Can. Plot. 2.

FISHER, Pte. Albert Edward, 5630. "A" Coy. 1st Bn. Somerset Light Inf. Died of wounds 27th Oct., 1914. Age 35. Husband of Mabel Maud Bennett (formerly Fisher), of Knole, Long Sutton, Somerset. Cork Mem.

FISHWICK, Serjt. Wiliiam Henry, 49068. 3rd Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 35. Son of John and Augusta Fishwick; husband of Amy Fishwick, of 12, North St., Castlefields, Shrewsbury. CE. New Plot. 739.

FITZELLE, Serjt. R., 4484. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 28th Feb., 1919. Age 34. RC. 653.

FITZGERALD, Pnr. J., WR/327505. Inland Waterway and Docks, Royal Engineers. 24th Nov., 1919. RC. 688.

FLAHERTY, Pte. Martin, 6040. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 24. Son of Mrs. Kate. Flaherty, of Castleboy, Ardrahan, Co. Galway. RC. 610.

FLANAGAN, Lce. Cpl. C., 8971. Leinster Regt. 7th May, 1919. Age 29. RC. 669.

FLATT, Pte., R. J., 73402. Norfolk Regt. 15th April, 1920. CE. 798.

FLEMING, Pte. John, 3895. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 30th March, 1916. Age 46. Husband of Mary Anne Fleming, of 12, Grant's Row, Lower Mount St., Dublin. RC. 469.

FLEMING, Pte. M., 210160. 8th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 3rd March, 1918. Husband of E. M. Fleming, of 9, Upper Dominick St., Dublin. RC. 553.

FLETCHER, Serjt. John Henry, 3608. "C" Coy. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action 27th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of John and Esther Fletcher, of Wolverhampton; husband of of Hannah Fletcher, of 6, Dean St., Heath Town, Wolverhampton. CE. 616.

FLOWERS. Gnr. Jonathon George, 88607. "A" Bty. 1st Res. Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 2nd July, 1918. Age 64. Husband of Mary Flowers, of Barrack St., Kilkenny. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny (St. John) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

FLYNN, Pte. J., 6877. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. transf. to (584841) Labour Corps. 27th Feb., 1921. Husband of E. Flynn, of 73, Lower Clanbrassil St., Dublin. RC. 735.

FLYNN, Pte. John Andrew, 268595. 6th Stores Depot, Royal Air Force. 4th Jan., 1920. Son of J. A. Flynn, of Bellevue Lodge, North Circular Rd., Dublin. RC. 691.

FOGARTY, Q.M.S. Matthew, 4444. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt., attd. 3rd Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. 13th Feb., 1918. Age 54. Husband of Minnie Fogarty, of 17, Balmoral Terrace, St. Luke's, Cork. Cork Mem.

FORD, C.Q.M.S. Alfred, 15718. 866th H.T. Coy. (Dublin), Army Service Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 35. Son of Francis and Annie Ford, of Newark, Notts.; husband of Sarah Beatrice Ford, of 25, Hebbing St., Latimer Rd., Notting Hill, London. CE. New Plot. 698.

FORD, Pte. James, 7264. 2nd Bn. Duke of Wellington's Regt. 13th Sept., 1914. RC. 431.

FORD, Serjt. Robert Henry, 1172. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 27th April, 1915. CE. 598.

FORSYTH, Gnr. James, 101270. 29th Bty., Royal Field Artillery. 23rd Nov., 1915. Cork Mem.

FORTH, Pte. John Robert, 3434. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 27th April, 1916. Wes. 45.

FOSTER, Serjt. Thomas William, 129109. 45th Bn. Royal Fusiliers. 6th July, 1920. Age 31. Born in London. Son of Henry Foster; husband of Olive May Foster, of Oberlands Cottages, St. Martin's, Guernsey. Also served in Russia. CE. 803.

FOX, Pte. Ernest, 5073. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 649.

FOX, Pte. Edwin, 125114. 328th Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 1st July, 1918. CE. 685.

FOX, Pte. Henry S., 45059. 2nd Bn. Hampshire Regt. 18th June, 1920. Cork Mem.

FOX, Pte. S. J., 3550. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 5th April, 1919. Son of Mrs. Fox, of Bloomfield Ave., South Circular Rd., Dublin. RC. 661.

FREEMAN, Serjt. Edmund Valentine, 81651. 2nd/1st Essex Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 45. Born at Great Yarmouth. Son of Edmund Bennett Freeman and Alice Johanna Freeman; husband of Clara Gertrude Freeman, of 11, Churchill Rd., Great Yarmouth. CE. New Plot. 696.

FREITAS, Lce. Cpl. Peter, 14/191A. N.Z. Army Service Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Born at Guildford, Sydney. Husband of Delia Christina Freitas, of Warwick House, 8, Bartley St., Sydney, N.S.W. N.Z. RC. 1.

FROST, Lt. William Edward, M.M. 1st Bn. Lincolnshire Regt., attd. 6th Bn. 8th Oct., 1919. RC. Officers. 39.

FULTON, Pte. James, 5713. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 2nd April, 1915. Cork Mem.

GAFFNEY, Rfn. J., 5751. Royal Irish Rifles. 24th Feb., 1919. Son of Mrs. Gaffney, of 33, Haroldville Ave., Dolphin's Barn, Dublin. RC. 649.

GALBRAITH, Pte. Angus, 033882. 15th Sect. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Pres. 89.

GALBRAITH, Pte. Malcolm, S/27840. 3rd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 24th Oct., 1918. Age 22. Only son of Mary C. Galbraith, late of Barnacrioch Farm, Kilberry, Argyll, and the late James Galbraith. Cork Mem.

GALLIVAN, Cpl. John Joseph Patrick, 7592. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gallivan, of 33, Barrack Hill, Newport, Mon. RC. 619.

GARRETT, Lce. Cpl. Henry, 8282. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 18th Jan., 1915. Cork Mem.

GARVEY, Pte. W., G/1657. Depot, Royal Munster Fusiliers. 10th Feb., 1920. Age 35. Son of John Garvey, of Hillstreet, Drumsna. Screen Wall. Buried in Aughrim Old Graveyard, Co. Roscommon.

GEANEY, Pte. Richard, 3128. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 13th Jan. 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathcormac Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

GEEVER, Dvr. James, 105227. Royal Field Artillery. 2nd Nov., 1919. Age 27. Son of Thomas Geever, of Castlemore, Ballaghaderreen. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballaghaderreen Graveyard, Co. Roscommon.

GENTLE (served as McNAUGHTON), Civilian Clerk G., 156. "D" Supply Coy. Royal Army Service Corps (formerly (Pte. 466768) 85th Bn. Canadian Inf.). Died of phthisis following wounds (gas) before 9th Aug., 1921. Pres. 98.

GERAGHTY, Rfn. M., 4/1192. Royal Irish Rifles, transf. to (Pte. 231060) 635th H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 16th Nov., 1918. Age 54. Husband of Ellen Geraghty, of 21, Hendrick St., Dublin. RC. 586.

GERAGHTY, Pte. M., 43121. 3rd Cavalry Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 8th Dec., 1916. RC. 498.

GERETY, Pte. E., 7076196. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 13th May, 1921. Age 42. CE. 827.

GIBSON, Spr. Edward, 150220. Command Depot (Thetford), Royal Engineers. 1st July, 1917. Age 37. Husband of Mary McMahon (formerly Gibson), of 63, Bride St., Dublin. RC. 525.

GIDDINGS, Pte. Thomas, 7732. 1st Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 17th Nov., 1914. Husband of Janet Dickie McCubbin Giddings, of 46, Townhead St., Stevenston, Ayrshire. CE. 575.

GILLIGAN, Pte. Patrick, 294297. Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. RC. 605.

GILMORE, Cpl. Robert A., 142899. "A" (G.H.Q.) Signal Coy. Royal Engineers. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 24. Son of Mrs. M. Gilmore, of 3, Sarsfield St., Dublin. Wes. 50.

GLOVER, Boy William Thomas, 10789. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 16th April, 1915. Cork Mem.

GLYNN, Pte. P., 24760. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (580624) Labour Corps. 22nd Jan., 1920. Husband of M. E. Glynn, of 133, Cork St., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

GOGGIN, Pte. John, 15899. 6th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 5th Feb., 1915. RC. 440.

GRAHAM, Pte. W., 47439. 16th Bn. Worcestershire Regt. (formerly 23494 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers). 28th Feb., 1919. Age 40. Husband of Harriet Graham, of 86, Abbeyfield, Killister, Co. Dublin. CE. 781.

GRATTON, Pte. Joseph, 2872. 4th Bn. Aust. Machine Gun Corps. Drowned at Sea 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. Son of John Richard and Elizabeth Gratton, of Carrington Rd., Glenvale, Toowoomba, Queensland. Aust. CE. 1.

GRAVES, Lt. Robert James. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 28th Jan., 1917. Age 57. Son of R. W. Graves, F.R.C.S., and Bell, his wife, of Gloucester. Cork Mem.

GRAY, Lt. George, 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action 28th April, 1916. Age 22. Son of the late Alexander and Helen Ross Gray, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. A Dental Student. CE. Officers. 46.

GREALLY, Cpl. Peter, 10076. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 7th May, 1917. Age 25. Husband of Margaret O'Brien (formerly Greally), of 6, St. Mary's Square, Cork. Cork Mem.

GREENE, Capt. Charles Kendall. The Buffs., Cmdt. Cork Detention Barracks. 25th March, 1916. Cork Mem.

GREGORY, Gnr. James, 91214. C/75th Bde. Royal Field ArtilUery. 25th Feb., 1918. Age 27. RC. 552.

GREY, Gnr. G., 31196. 65th Bde. Amm. Col. Royal Field Artillery, 11th Oct., 1919. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Annie Grey, of St. Mary's, Nelson Place, Youghal, Co. Cork. CE. 791.

GRIEVE, Maj. C. C. 2nd Bn. Cameron Highlanders. 22nd Sept., 1920, Age 38. Son of W. Grieve. Cork Mem.

GRIFFIN, Sto. P.O. Patrick, 290942. (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Colossus". 9th Aug., 1918. Age 37. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmoe Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

GRIFFIN, Pte. P., 4417. 2nd Reserve Bn. Irish Guards. 18th Oct., 1918. Son of Mrs. M. Griffin, of Belgarthen, Drogheda, RC. 682.

GRIFFITH, Pte. George, 145. 5th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 10th Oct., 1914. Age 37. Son of T. Griffith, of Flower Hill, Navan, Co. Meath. RC. 432.

GROGAN, Lce. Cpl. Christopher, 36363. 5th Coy. London Electrical Engineers, Royal Engineers. 23rd Feb., 1917. Age 21. Son of P. J. Grogan, of 113, Richmond Rd., Drumcondra, Dublin. Cork Mem.

GROGAN, Lce. Cpl. John, 3657. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 15th July, 1917. Cork Mem.

GWYN, Lt. Donald Stodart, M.C. Royal Canadian Dragoons. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 22. Son of Cyril and Margaret Dorothea Gwyn, of 78, Melbourne St., Sherbrooke, P.Q. Served in France. CE. Can. Plot. 1.

GWYNNE, Pte. Reginald John, 4767. 5th Lancers. 29th Dec, 1914. CE. 579.

HACKMAN, Pte. Christopher, 20384. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 2nd Feb., 1916. Age 30. Husband of Norah Hackman of Knockrow, Delganey. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilcool Old Graveyard, Co. Wicklow.

HAILWOOD, Pte. Edmund Thomas Marcel, 30710. Lancashire Hussars. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Son of William Thomas Hailwood, of Manchester; husband of Muriel Maybell Hailwood, of the Woodlands, Drummond Rd., Skegness. CE. New Plot. 712.

HAINES, Pte. J., 13027. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 3rd June, 1918. Husband of J. Haines, of 16, York St., Dublin. RC. 740.

HALL, Lt. William Stephen. 5th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 46. Born in London. Son of William Stephen and Theresa Hall; husband of Edith Hall of 129, Windmill Rd., Brentford, Middx. CE. Officers. 17.

HALTON, Pte. Mathew, 1850. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. Died of wounds 6th Aug. 1916. Age 34. Screen Wall. Buried in Tullaghanoge Old Graveyard, Co. Meath.

HAMILTON, Pte. David, 6720. 1st Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died 24th March, 1915, of wounds received in France. Age 18. Son of Thomas and Margaret Hamilton, of 25, Robertson Place, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Pres. 81.

HAMILTON, Serjt. George, G/398. 1st Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 24th Dec, 1915. CE. 607.

HAMPTON, Pte. Arthur, G/156. Royal Munster Fusiliers, transf. to (336084) 659th H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 757.

HANNA, Pte. John, 6774. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 28th April, 1916. RC. 721.

HANNAH, Pte. H., EMT/44669. 615th H.T. Coy. (Dublin) Royal Army Service Corps. 20th April, 1920. CE. 799.

HARDING, Yeo. of Sigs. Thomas, 234639 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Lion". 6th Jan., 1920. Age 30. Son of the late Thomas and Mary Harding, of Ballycotton, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Shanagarry (Kilmahon) Graveyard, Co. Cork.

HARE, Serjt. Henry, 6745. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th April, 1916. Age 40. Husband of R. Hare, of 109, Cupar St., Belfast. RC. 482.

HARKNESS, Dvr. J., T4/086509. Royal Army Service Corps. 21st July, 1920. Son of Mr. A. Harkness, of 4, Aston's Quay, Dublin. RC. 714.

HARRICK, Worker M. K., 46616. Q.M.A.A.C. 12th Nov., 1918. Cork Mem.

HARRISON (served as McELROY), Pte. Bernard Michael, 9333. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 13th Feb., 1918. Son of Mr. John Harrison, of 26, Upper Gloucester St., Dublin. RC. 550.

HARRISON, Pte. Thomas, M2/156059. 615th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 29th April, 1916. CE. 646.

HARTE-MAXWELL, Cpl. Albert Herbert, S/6328. 9th Bn. Black Watch. 1st Sept., 1919. Age 36. Son of the late Samuel Maxwell Harte-Maxwell and E. Harte-Maxwell, of Glen Albert, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. Twice wounded. CE. 790.

HARVEY, Pte. George, 17778. 5th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 6th Oct., 1914. Age 29. Son of Thomas and A. M. Harvey, of 51, Elsey Rd., Lavender Hill, London. CE. 568.

HARVEY, Pte. J., 10386. Connaught Rangers. 27th Feb., 1919. Age 28. Son of Mrs. Anne Harvey, of 3, Connor's Buildings, James St., Harbour, Dublin. RC. 654.

HARVEY, Ldg. Smn. William Edward, PO5151B. R.N.R. S.S. "Oak." 28th Nov., 1918. Age 28. Son of William and Louisa Harvey, of 50, New Rd., Southampton; husband of Kathleen Alitalo (formerly Harvey), of 871, Elm St., Humberston, Ontario. CE. New Plot. 768.

HARVEY, Pte. William George, 47416. 4th Reserve Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 17th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 758.

HAYDON, Drmr. Daniel, 9798. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 11th Sept., 1915. Son of J. Haydon, of Milford, Co. Carlow. Cork Mem.

HAYE, Lt. Basil, 2nd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 24. Son of George and Maude Haye, of 6, Shute End, Wokingham, Berks. CE. Officers. 14.

HAYES, Serjt. D., 85746. Depot, West Yorkshire Regt. 4th Aug., 1919. Husband of E. Hayes, of 3, Mount Vernon Terrace, Cork. Cork Mem.

HAYES, Gnr. Edward, 199174. 31st Fire Command (Cork) Royal Garrison Artillery. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Husband of Mary Harriett Hayes, of 192, Sion St., Radcliffe, Manchester. CE. New Plot. 718.

HAYES, Pte. Edward, 60497. 17th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 27th Sept., 1918. Husband of E. Hayes, of 9, Hackett's Court, Dublin. RC. 573.

HEADLAND, Cpl. James David Arthur, 5165. 5th Lancers. 24th April, 1916. 624.

HEALY, Lee. Cpl. J., (see KELLY, the family name).

HENDERSON, Pte. J., EMT/53659. 1165M.T. Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 29th July, 1920. Age 31. Son of John and Margaret Henderson Best. Screen Wall. Buried in Claremorris (Ballinsmaula) Catholic Cemetery, Co. Mayo.

HENDERSON, Pte. Robert, 72741. 462nd. Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 4235, Durham Light Inf.). 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 52.

HENNESSY, Pte. John, 15203. Royal Dublin Fusiliers (formerly Royal Irish Rifles). 28th Oct., 1917. Age 29. Husband of Alice Dowdall (formerly Hennessy), of 142, Upper Dorset St., Dublin. RC. 537.

HERLIHY, Lieut. P.J. Royal Air Force. 5th Dec, 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Skibbereen (Chapel) Graveyard, Co. Cork.

HEWETT, Cpl. Henry Meyrick, 1474. 2nd King Edward's Horse. Killed in action in King St., Dublin, 30th April, 1916. Age 42. Son of Lt. Gen. E. O. Hewett C.M.G. (Royal Engineers) CE. 648.

HEWITT, Pte. Leonard, 45432. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 36694, Manchester Regt.). 10th Oct., 1918. Son of Hamlet and Sarah Ann Hewitt, of 31, Busk Rd., Oldham. CE. New Plot. 690.

HICKMOTT, R.Q.M.S. David, 6279. Depot, Royal Irish Regt. 21st June, 1918. Cork Mem.

HICKEY, Pte. John, 4585. 9th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 20th Sept., 1915. Husband of Mary Hickey, of 4, Little Gerald Griffin St., Limerick. Screen Wall. Buried in Limerick (St. Patrick's) Graveyard, Co. Limerick.

HIGGINS, Pte. T., 922799. Can. Machine Gun Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. Can. Plot. 2.

HILL, Pte. Joseph, 72252. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 30973, Leicestershire Regt.). Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 35. Husband of Nellie Hill, of 86, Wand St., Belgrave Rd., Leicester. CE. New Plot. 738.

HILL, Lt. Stafford Norman. 101st Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 2nd March, 1919. CE. Officers. 36.

HISCOCK, Pte. Tom, 58045. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 699.

HOBAN, A.M.II William John, 33505. Royal Flying Corps. 12th Oct., 1917. RC. 535.

HOBBS, Dvr. G., T4/122803. Army Service Corps. 15th May, 1917. RC. 515.

HOBBS, Pte. Richard, 63710. 1st Garrison Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 1st July, 1918. Wes. 47.

HODNETT, Cpl. L. D., M/16638. M.T. Royal Army Service Corps. 28th Feb., 1921. Age 20. Son of John Hodnett, of 125, Well Hall Rd., Kent. Cork Mem.

HODSON, Pte. Ernest, 51486. 14th Coy. Royal Army Medical Corps. 25th Feb., 1915. CE. 586.

HOLBROOK, Pte. Arthur, 5605. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. Age 22. Son of T. and H. Holbrook, of 71, Lees Hill St., Sneinton, Nottingham. CE. 631.

HOLLAND, Pte. E., 21376. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 9th Feb., 1920. Age 24. RC. 694.

HOLLAND, Pte. Luke, 4136. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. CE. 629.

HOLTON, Lce. Cpl. John, 8848. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 5th Nov., 1916. Age 26. Screen Wall. Buried in Dunfierth Graveyard, Co. Kildare.

HONOUR, Pte. William Henry, 3439. Inniskilling Dragoons. 6th Sept., 1914. Screen Wall. Buried in Kildare (Grey Abbey) Cemetery, Co. Kildare.

HOPKINS, Pte. Peter, 5879. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 15th March, 1919. RC. 386.

HORAN, Pte. James, 3448. Royal Munster Fusiliers, transf. to (421257) Labour Corps. 9th July, 1918. Husband of H. Horan, of Harbour View House, Lingshinneys, Skerries. RC. 566.

HORE, Pte. William, 8938. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 4th Nov., 1920. Age 32. Son of E. Hore, of Kilree St., Bagendstown, Co. Carlow. Screen Wall. Buried in Sleaty Old Burial Ground, Co. Leix.

HORGAN, Pte. David, 5017. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 24th July, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Shanagarry (Kilmahon) Graveyard, Co. Cork.

HORN, Pte. William Thomas, T/4/219491. Clearing Office, Army Service Corps. 9th March, 1918. Age 21. Son of Charles and Louisa Horn, of 38, Nunhead Grove, Peckham, London. CE. 674.

HORNER, Pte. Alfred Ray, 266132. 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 727.

HOUGH, Ord. Smn. Fred, Mersey/Z/2102. R.N.V.R. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 21. Son of Mary Hannah Hough, of Manchester, and the late Peter Jackson Hough. CE. New Plot. 759.

HOUGHTON, Pnr. Arthur Penrhyn, 350403. 4th Cyclist Bde. Signal Sect. Royal Engineers, 11th Nov., 1918. CE. 772.

HOWARD, Cpl. Peter, 35546. 3rd Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 695.

HOYLE, Cpl. Charles, 6081. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 26th April, 1916. Age 33. Son of Major and Ellen Hoyle, of Huddersfield; husband of Sarah Hoyle, of 4, Ambro St., Beeston Hill, Leeds. CE. 632.

HUGHES, Pte. Frederick John, 8227. 12th Royal Lancers. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. Age 20. Son of W. J. and Annie Hughes, of 35, Rowlls Rd., Kingston-on-Thames. CE. 812.

HULLAY, S.M. Frank, 330377. 2nd/1st Yorkshire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 719.

HUMPHREYS, Cpl. John William Humfrey, 19222. "A" Coy. 3th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action 25th April, 1916. Age 29. Born at Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. Son of Marguerite Elizabeth Warfield (formerly Humphreys), of 13, Swanage Rd., Wandsworth, London, and the late Robert Humphreys. RC. 484.

HUMPHRIES, Pte. William Henry, 5154. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action 29th April, 1916. Age 19. Son of Benjamin and Martha Humphries. CE. 650.

HUMPHRIS, Pte. Sidney, 81229. 4th (Res). Bn. Devonshire Regt. 3rd Oct., 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Clonmany (St. Columba) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Donegal.

HUNT, Pte. Albert Edward, 16471. East Riding Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 726.

HUNT, Pte. John, 9459. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 28th Sept., 1915. RC. 456.

HUNTER, Pte. G., 11822. 6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 27th Dec, 1914. CE. 578.

HUNTER, 2nd Lt. Godfrey Jackson, 5th Lancers. 26th April, 1916. Age 26. Church of Ireland (Officers Sect.) Grave 65.

HURST, Cpl. R. 510. South Irish Horse 4th April, 1917. Age 25. Son of Mrs. K. Hurst, of 15, Ardee Terrace, Ballydoogan, Sligo. Screen Wall. Buried in Dumcondra (St. George's) Burial Ground, Dublin City.

HURLEY, Pte. Patrick, 9/15679. 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds, 4th Aug., 1916. Age 18. Screen Wall. Buried in White church Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Waterford.

HUSTWITT, Pte. Isaac James, 77105. 2nd/1st Yorkshire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 606.

HUXFORD, Ldg. Btmn. Edward, 204643. (P.O). H.M.S. "President IV". 12th Feb., 1919. Husband of Catherine Huxford. Screen Wall. Buried in Cleggan Graveyard, Co. Galway.

IMBER, Pte. Mark, GS/10814. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 11th June, 1915. CE. 600.

ISAACS, Pte. George, 14917. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 23rd Feb., 1915. CE. 585.

JACKSON, Pte. Walter John, 9361. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 27th Oct., 1914. Age 26. Son of William T. Jackson, of 39, Abbey Rd., Belvedere, Kent. Cork Mem.

JACOBS, Engineman George Richard. 1239E.S., (Ch.). R.N.R. H.M. Trawler "Bradford". 26th Oct., 1916. Husband of Nellie Jacobs, of 168, Patrick St., Grimsby. Screen Wall. Buried in Pulla Graveyard, Co. Waterford.

JAMES, Clr. Serjt. Edward, 15211. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 18th Feb., 1915. Husband of L. Ramsay, of 15, Bishop St., Dublin. CE. 584.

JAMIESON, Pte. George, 27636. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 2nd Jan., 1918. Pres. 87.

JANNINGS, Pte. George Herbert, 2205. Queen Victoria's Rifles. Died of wounds 2nd March, 1915. CE. 589.

JENNINGS, Pte. Joseph, 10993. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 16th Aug., 1917. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Mary Jennings, of 48, Fenian St., Dublin. RC. 529.

JOBBER, Pte. Frank, 5076. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. Killed in action 29th April, 1916. Age 26. Son of H. B. and Florence Jobber, of 111, Walsall Rd., Willenhall, Staffs.; husband of Florence Maria Jobber, of 428, Wolverhampton Rd., Walsall. CE. 612.

JONES, Pte. R., 02217. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 16th July, 1920. Age 38. Husband of E. Jones, of 14, Lower Grangegorman, Dublin. RC. 713.

JORDAN, Pte. Frederick, 4736. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 7th July, 1917. Son of Mrs. H. Jordan, of Drumcollagher, Co. Limerick. RC 526.

JOYCE, Drmr. Frank J., 6598. 3rd (Reserve) Bn. Irish Guards. 3rd March, 1917. CE. 661.

KAVANAGH, Pte. C, 3/10334. Royal Irish Regt. 8th April, 1920. Age 27. Son of Peter Kavanagh, of 16, Verschoyle Place, Dublin. RC. 704.

KAVANAGH, Pte. J., 1233. Connaught Rangers. 29th Oct., 1919. RC. 683.

KAVANAGH, Serjt. James. 4295. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 13th Jan., 1918. Age 32. Husband of Mary Kavanagh, of 11, Wolfe Tone St., Kilkenny. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny New Cemetery, Co. Kilkenny.

KAVANAGH (Served as P. ASHFORD), Pte John, 8/25292. 8th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 1st March, 1918. Age 25. Son of William and Annie Kavanagh, of 6 Back St., Little Bray. Screen Wall. Buried in Old Connaught Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

KAVANAGH, Pte. P., 65301. 17th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 26th March, 1920. Age 27. Son of Mrs. Jane Falby, of 15, Turner's Cottages, Ballsbridge, Co. Dublin. RC. 700.

KEANE, Pte. P., 5618. Leinster Regt. 15th Aug., 1920. Age 45. Husband of M. Keane, of Female Health Dept., South Dublin. RC. 717.

KEEGAN, Dvr. George, T/26151. Army Service Corps (Dublin). 20th Nov., 1914. Son of Mr. J. Keegan, of 33, Merchant's Quay, Dublin. CE. 576.

KEEGAN, Spr. John Joseph, WR/553766. Inland Waterways and Docks, Royal Engineers. 9th Dec, 1919. Age 35. Son of J. J. Keegan, of Dublin; husband of Florence Keegan, of 9a, Prescot St., Liverpool. Served in the Battle of Jutland on H.M.S. "Princess Royal." RC. 690.

KEEGAN, Pte. Nicholas, 25949. 7th/8th Bn. Royal Irish Fus., 3rd May, 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Balrothery (St. Peter) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Dublin.

KEENAN, Rfn. F. 12689. 5th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps. 27th June, 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathcooney Cemetery, Co. Cork.

KELLY, Serjt. G., 9360. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (512402) Labour Corps. 29th April, 1921. Son of Mrs. E. Doyle (formerly Kelly), of 26, Upper Mercer St., Dublin. RC. 739.

KELLY, Cpl. J., 33482. Royal Army Medical Corps. 18th June, 1920. Age 65. Husband of Annie Kelly, of 81, Oxmantown Rd., North Circular Rd., Dublin. RC. 711.

KELLY (served as HEALY), Lce. Cpl. James, 35534. 10th Bn. Cheshire Regt. Died of wounds 24th July, 1916. Husband of M. Kelly, of 17, Great Ship St., Dublin. RC. 488.

KELLY, Pte. John, 2320. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 2nd June, 1917. RC. 519.

KELLY, Pte. John, 43681. 1st Bn. Manchester Regt. 26th Aug., 1920. Age 30. Cork Mem.

KELLY, Pte. L., G/13270. 1st Bn. The Buffs. 31st May, 1919. Age 19. Son of Mrs. E. Kelly, of 9, Lower Mount St., Dublin. RC. 671.

KELLY, Pte. T., 131770. Royal Army Medical Corps, transf. to (674003) 444th Agric. Coy. Labour Corps. 17th Feb., 1919. Husband of E. Murphy (formerly Kelly), of 55, Bridgefoot St., Dublin. RC. 644.

KENNEDY, 2nd Lt. Arthur St. Clair. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 6th March, 1915. Son of Mrs. M. Kennedy, of Tivoli, Limerick. Cork Mem.

KENNEDY, Pte. Thomas, 33968. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died of pneumonia 19th Feb., 1919. Age 52. Son of James and Mary Kennedy; husband of Ellen Kennedy. RC. 647.

KENNY, Pte. C., 4954. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. 16th Oct., 1919. Husband of M. Kenny, of Eagle Hill Lane, Hacketstown, Co. Carlow. RC. 681.

KENNY, Pte. Michael, 32026. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 8th Nov., 1918. RC. 581.

KEOHANE, P.O., 1st Cl. Daniel, 211781 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Vivid." 9th Feb. 1920. Age 39. Screen Wall. Buried in Caheragh Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

KERR, Pte. John Brodie, 375539, 10th Bn. Royal Scots. 30th Nov., 1918. Age 26. Born at Cupar, Fife. Son of Peter and Margaret Kerr. Screen Wall. Buried in Balla (Holy Trinity) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Mayo.

KERR, Pte. W., 2714129. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 5th April, 1921. CE. 824.

KETT, Pte. William, G/19510, 3rd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 3rd May, 1917. Husband of K. Kett, of Clashmore. Screen Wall. Buried in Clashmore Old Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Waterford.

KIDNEY, Pte. Patrick, 5106. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 21st April, 1916. Husband of M. Kidney, of 23, Malachy's Lane, Gill Abbey St., Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballintemple Cemetery, Co. Cork.

KILDUFF, Pte. Michael, 7265. 3rd Bn. Irish Guards. 11th Nov., 1918. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Mary Kilduff, of Doonally, Ballydawley, Collooney, Co. Sligo. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilross Graveyard, Co. Sligo.

KING, Pte. Edward Thomas, 8358. 2nd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt. Died of wounds 19th March, 1915. CE. 591.

KINGHORN, Lce. Cpl. Edward, 12479. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 19th Feb., 1915. Husband of B. Kinghorn, of 15, Coombe St., Dublin. RC. 441.

KIRBY, Pte. II. Patrick, 287330. Royal Air Force. 30th Oct., 1918. Husband of Mrs. M. Kirby, of Broom Lane, Mallow. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilshannig Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

KRETMAR, Lt. William Forrest King. 141st Sqdn. Royal Air Force. Killed 7th May, 1919. Wes. Officers. 37.

LABROM, Pte. T., M/31415. Royal Army Service Corps. 16th July, 1921. RC. 742.

L'AMIE, Lt. H. St. Clair. Duke of Wellington's Regt., attd. 2nd Bn. Cheshire Regt. 5th Oct., 1920. CE. Officers. 44.

LAMONT, 2nd Lt. Alexander. 9th Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. Officers. 28.

LANGRISHE, Lt. Hercules Ralph. Montgomeryshire Yeomanry and Royal Flying Corps. 16th Feb., 1917. Age 29. Son of Sir Hercules Langrishe, 5th Bart, of Knocktopher Abbey. Screen Wall. Buried in Knocktopher (St. David) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

LANNON, Pte. P., 2/5711. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 26th March, 1916. Age 46. Screen Wall. Buried in Clara Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

LARKIN, Pte. J., 22014. 3rd Bn. Cheshire Regt., transf. to (456854) Labour Corps. 6th Aug., 1919. Age 28. Son of John Larkin, of 4, Golden Lane, Dublin. RC. 675.

LAWLESS, Spr. M. WR/502540. Inland Waterways and Docks, Royal Engineers. 6th Dec, 1919. Husband of B. Lawless, of 2, Mark's Alley, Francis St., Dublin. RC. 689.

LAWLOR, Dvr. William, 115428. 29th Bty. Royal Field Artillery, 1st Feb., 1916. Cork Mem.

LAWS, Pte. Frederick William, 37202. 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 715.

LEADER, Pte. R., 7623. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 19th April, 1917. Age 41. RC. 513.

LEAKER,. Pte. Ernest George, 9511. 2nd Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of wounds 20th Nov., 1914. Cork Mem.

LEATHERBARROW, Ldg. Smn. George, 7953/A (Dev.). R.N.R. S.S. "Leinster." 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 762.

LEATHERLAND, Lt. Percy John. 3rd Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Born at Harborne. Son of T. M. and A. M. Leatherland, of 45, Gough Rd., Edgbaston, Birmingham. CE. Officers. 16.

LEE, Pte. James Joseph, 13552. 3rd Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 25. Son of Ada Lee, of 56, Corn St., Dingle, Liverpool, and the late John Lee. RC. 614.

LEES, Pte. W., 200777. K.O. Scottish Borderers, 11th Oct., 1917. Pres. 86.

LEWIN, Capt. Frederick Henry. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 8th Dec, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmaine (Holy Trinity) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Mayo.

LEWIS, Pte. Richard, 200373. London District Labour Centre, Labour Corps. 30th Nov., 1917. Husband of E. Lewis, of 7, Hatton Place, Mountjoy Square, Dublin. RC. 542.

LILLEY, Pte. Anthony, 10033. 2nd Bn. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds 16th Nov., 1914. Pres. 78.

LISSEMORE, Pte. C., T/289856. 866th H.T. Coy. (Dublin) Royal Army Service Corps. 16th April, 1919. RC. 665.

LLEWELLYN, Pte. Wilfred, 4954. Pembroke Yeomanry. 29th April, 1916. CE. 640.

LLOYD, 2nd Lt. Thomas Richard Beamish. Army Service Corps. 20th Feb., 1916. Husband of Marion G. Lloyd, of Cartown, Kildimo, Co. Limerick. Screen Wall. Buried in Ardcanny Churchyard, Co. Limerick.

LONG, Pte. Francis, 16839. 11th Bn. Royal lnniskilling Fusiliers. 9th July, 1916. Son of John Long, of Mullains, Buckless, Co. Donegal. Screen Wall. Buried in Killaghtee Old Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

LONGWORTH-DAMES, Lt. T. D. lnniskilling Dragoons. 28th Nov., 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballyburley Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Offaly.

LOOBY, Pte. Edward, S4/094598. 66th. Field Bakery Army Service Corps. 30th Oct., 1918. Age 50. Husband of Annie Looby, of King St., Clonmel. Screen Wall. Buried in Newcastle Old Catholic Graveyard, Co. Tipperary.

LOUGHREN, Gnr. M., 18816. Royal Garrison Artillery., transfd. to (Pte. 553054) Labour Corps. 20th March, 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny (St. John) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

LUCAS, 2nd Lt. Algernon. 2nd King Edward's Horse. 29th April, 1916. Age 37. Church of Ireland (Officers Sect) Grave 66.

LUCAS, Pte. Francis, 17687. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th April, 1916. RC. 480.

LUNDY, Lce. Cpl. John William, 87831. 3rd Garrison Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of John and Mary Lundy, of 104, Claude Rd., Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Manchester. Pres. 90.

LYNAM, Pte. M., 3802. Leinster Regt. 3rd April, 1920. Son of Mr. J. Lynam, of Main St., Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath. RC. 703.

LYNCH, Dvr. Christopher, T4/263994. 547th H.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 16th Nov., 1918. Age 37. Son of Mrs. Sarah Lynch, of Carrick Hill, Portmarnock. Screen Wall. Buried in Portmarnock (St. Marnock's) Old Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

LYNCH, Pte. F., 3168. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 30th March, 1919. Age 25. RC. 660.

LYNCH, Serjt. James, 8462. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 3rd Nov., 1918. Age 33. Son of Mrs. Sarah Lynch, of Carrick Hill, Portmarnock. Screen Wall. Buried in Portmarnock (St. Marnock's) Old Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

LYNCH, Pte. James, 8548. Croix de Guerre. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 23rd Oct., 1918. Husband of R. Lynch, of 4, Lower Gloucester St., Dublin. RC. 612.

LYNCH, Pte. James, 2G/2780. 2nd (Home Service) Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 23rd May 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny (St. John) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

LYONS, Cpl. John 280. 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 4th April, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballina (Old League) Cemetery, Co. Mayo.

LYONS, Pte. W., 10922. Connaught Rangers. 15th April, 1919. Age 25. RC. 667.

MacAULAY, Ldg, Deck Hand John, 43155D. R.N.R. SS. "Kenmare". Drowned 2nd March, 1918. Age 37. Son of Donald and Peggy MacAulay, of 7, Islivig Miavaig, Stornaway, Lewis; husband of Catherine MacAulay, of Breanish, Islivig, Stornaway. Screen Wall. Buried in Balrothery (St. Peter) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Dublin.

MACAULAY, Lt. John B., Leinster Regt. 8th Feb., 1919. Husband of Mrs. Macaulay, of 1, Merrion Square, Dublin. RC. Officers. 34.

McAULEY, Pte. Owen, 12541. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 1st Sept., 1915. Age 19. Son of Owen McAuley of Old Hill, Leixlip. Screen Wall. Buried in Confey Cemetery, Co. Kildare.

McAULEY, Cpl. Thomas, 41604. Depot Reserve Bn. (Blackpool) Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 600.

McCABE, Pte. James, 19216. 14th Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.), transf. to (1607) 296th Reserve Coy. Labour Corps. 22nd Nov., 1920. CE. 815.

McCABE, Dvr. Thomas, 5758. 3rd Div. Amm. Col. Royal Field Artillery. 23rd Oct., 1918. Age 36. Husband of Elizabeth Farrell, of 8, Lower Gloucester Place, Dublin. RC. 624.

McCALLUM, Pte. A., 13438. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 28th Dec, 1918. Age 41. Husband of Anne Theresa McCabe (formerly McCallum), of 8, Robin Villas, Palmerstown, Co. Dublin. CE. 776.

McCARTHY, A.M. III Bartholomew, 283101. Airship Training Wing (Cranwell), Royal Air Force. 21st Nov., 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Ring (Ballintemple) Graveyard, Co. Cork.

McCARTHY, Pte. M., 8475. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 5th Dec, 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. Bridget McCarthy, of 59, Parnell Squares Dublin. RC. 633.

McCLELLAND, Rfn. William, 9507. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 26th March, 1915. Age 26. Son of James and Agnes McClelland, of 26, Cromwell St., Belfast. CE. 592.

McCULLOUGH, Rfn. James, 3728. 8th attd. 17th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 2nd May, 1916. Age 38. Husband of S. A. McCullough, of 29, Manor St., Donaghadee, Co. Down. CE. 810.

MCDONNELL, Lce. Cpl. Alexander, 3252. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 26th Dec, 1917. RC. 545.

McDONNELL, Dvr. J., 100397. Royal Field Artillery, transf. to (200228) Pte., 657th H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 28th Nov., 1918. Age 50. Husband of Martha McDonnell, of 21, Suir Rd., Kilmainham, Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

McDONNELL, Pte. John, 4337. 8th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds 14th Oct., 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland, Co. Clare.

McDONNELL, Pte. John, 73130. 34th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 608.

McDONNELL, Gnr. L., 137157. 73rd Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 5th Jan., 1920. Son of Mrs. A. McDonnell. Screen Wall. Buried in Grangegeeth Old Graveyard, Co. Meath.

McELROY, Pte. B., (see HARRISON, the family name).

McELROY, Capt. J.O. 14th Bn. Manchester Regt. 4th March, 1919. Son of Mrs. McElroy, of Guilmore, Gorteen. Screen Wall. Buried in Killaraght Church of Ireland, Co. Sligo.

McEVOY, Lce. Cpl. Michael, 8706. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 29th Dec, 1915. Age 29. Son of Mrs. Ellen McEvoy, of Maddenstown Upper, Curragh Camp. RC. 461.

McFADYEN, Gnr. Neil, 93003. C 50th Bde., Royal Field Artillery. 26th Nov., 1916. Cork Mem.

McGOWAN, Pte. John, 8638. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 15th May, 1915. RC. 449.

McGRANE, Pnr. M., WR/318852. Royal Engineers, transf. to (541493) 686th Agric Coy. Labour Corps. 18th Nov., 1918. Husband of C. McGrane, of 22, North Anne St., Dublin. RC. 588.

McGUINNESS, 2nd Cpl. Patrick, 16702. Royal Engineers. 23rd Oct., 1915. Son of Thomas McGuiness, of Kiltyclogher. Screen Wall. Buried in Rossinver Old Graveyard, Co. Leitrim.

McGUIRE, Pte. John, 10386. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. 5th Nov., 1914. Cork Mem.

McHUGH, Dvr. Hugh, T4/161298. Army Service Corps. 7th March, 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballybrack (St. Mary) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Donegal.

McINTOSH, Lt. Joseph Francis, 3rd, attd. 2nd Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. Officers. 24.

McKAY, Pte. W., 5/252. 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 21st May, 1917. Age 52. CE. 665.

McKELLAR, Sqdn. Q.M.S. Duncan, 165258. 2nd/1st North Somerset Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 30. Son of John McKellar, of Luss, Loch Lomond, and the late Elizabeth McKellar; husband of Agnes D. McKellar, of 202, Saracen St., Possilpark, Glasgow. Wes. 56.

McKENNA, Pte. C., 1036. Army Cyclist Corps. 21st Feb., 1920. RC. 697.

McKENNA, Q.M.S. G., 13575. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 21st Feb., 1918. Husband of Anastasia McKenna, 38, Clarence Mangan Rd., Dublin. RC. 551.

M'KENNA, Pte. J., 41640. 10th/11th Bn. Highland Light Inf. 25th Feb., 1919. Son of the late J. McKenna, of 9, Merchant's Quay, Dublin. RC. 656.

MACKINNEY, Pte. Edward David, 6075. 8th K.R.I. Hussars. 12th Oct., 1915. Age 24. Son of Thomas and Mary Mackinney. RC. 457.

MacLEAN, Lt. Donald Lewis. General List (late Rifle Bde.). 21st Nov., 1920. Age 31. CE. Officers. 47.

McLEAN, Serjt. James, 17514. 3rd Bn. King's Shropshire Light Inf. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 616.

McLOUGHLIN, Spr. M., WR/315349. Inland Waterways and Docks, Royal Engineers. 25th Feb., 1919. Age 60. RC. 651.

McLOUGHLIN, Cpl. Patrick, 3353. 9th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 22nd Sept., 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Banagher Old Graveyard, Co. Offaly.

McMAHON, Pte. John, 6718. 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 2nd June, 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland, Co. Clare.

MacNAMARA, Pte. Patrick Francis, 3080114, 42nd Bn. Canadian Inf. 4th March, 1919. Son of Mrs. MacNamara, of Quarry Rd., Thomond Gate, Limerick. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilquane Cemetery, Co. Cork.

McNAUGHTON, Civilian Clerk G. (see GENTLE, the family name).

McNIFFE, Pte. P., 2G/2452. Royal Irish Regt., transf. to (329681) 653rd H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 7th June, 1919. RC. 672.

McQUILLAN, Pte. Joseph, 12780. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 10th April, 1917. CE. 663.

McVEIGH, Dvr. P., 187357. 282nd Army Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 23rd Dec, 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. Bridget McVeigh, of 95, Lower Gardiner St., Dublin. RC. 642.

MAGUIRE, Pte. James, 2G/3002. Royal Irish Regt., transf. to (584759) 546th H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 23rd June, 1918. Age 43. Son of Mrs. Catherine O'Shea, of 11, Mark's Court, Pearse St., Dublin. RC. 565.

MALONEY, Pte. Michael, 5889. 5th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 13th Aug., 1914. Age 18. Son of M. Maloney, of Fairyhall, Montpelier, O'Brien's Bridge, Limerick. Cork Mem.

MANGAN, Rfn. Thomas, 9445. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 3rd March, 1915. Son of Mr. Mangan, of 17, Gloucester Place, Dublin. RC. 443.

MAPLES, Pte. W., M/296663. No. 1 Reserve M.T. Depot (Grove Park) Royal Army Service Corps. 20th March, 1919. Age 33. Husband of Jane Fitzsimons, of 12, Marlboro' Place, Dublin. RC. 659.

MARSH, Pte. Charles, 18690. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 20830, King's Shropshire Light Inf.). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 732.

MARSH, Serjt. G., 10758. 21st (E. of I.) Lancers. 6th Jan., 1918. RC. 548.

MARSHALL, Pte. Edward, 9012. 1st Bn. Worcestershire Regt. Died of wounds 29th March, 1915. CE. 595.

MASSEY, Pte. N., 55161. 5th Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 14th June, 1919. CE. 785.

MATHAMS, Dmr. Albert, 5580. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 23rd Dec, 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Buttevant (St. Mary's) Catholic Cemetery, Co. Cork.

MATHEWS, Gnr. Isaac, 67459. No. 2 Depot Royal Garrison Artillery. 20th Aug., 1917. Age 26. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Mathews, of 42, Castle St., Dalkey, Co. Dublin. CE. 668.

MATTHEWS, Pte. P., Deal/14588(S). Royal Marine Labour Corps. 18th Feb., 1919. R. C. 645.

MATTHEWS, Lt. Robert. 60th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Quebec Regt.). Drowned, 7th May, 1915. Age 35. Son of Thomas Matthews; husband of Martha Ellen Matthews, of 541, 12th Street A, North, Lethbridge, Alberta. Cork Mem.

MATTHEWS, Pte. T., 11534. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt., transf. to (174810) Labour Corps. 15th June, 1920. Screen Wall. Buried in Columbkille Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

MAY, Lce. Cpl. Thomas, 7599. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 23rd Oct., 1916. Age 34. Cork Mem.

MEADE, Pte. J., 30958. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 13th Nov., 1918. Age 28. Husband of Agnes Meade, of 23, Winetavern St., Dublin. RC. 582.

MEEHAN, Pte. Peter, 1135. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 24th Aug., 1916; Age 50. Husband of Catherine Meehan, of West Gardens, Sligo. Screen Wall. Buried in Sligo Cemetery, Co. Sligo.

MEGROFF, S./Serjt. Frederick George, A/2274. Royal Army Ordnance Corps, attd. South Irish Horse. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. Husband of Lydia Maud Rosalina Megroff, of 76, Arlington Rd., Camden Town, London. CE. New Plot. 694.

MEHIGAN, A.B. Jeremiah, 222624 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Magic". 10th April, 1918. Age 30. Eldest son of Catherine and Jeremiah Mehigan, of Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Killygarven Catholic Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

MEIGHAN, Pte. Denis, 5463. Depot, Royal Munster Fusiliers. 12th Nov., 1916. Son of Patrick Meighan, of Ballyphehane, Blackrock. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballintemple Cemetery, Co. Cork.

MERRY, Pte. M., 12400. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, transf. to (232217) 653rd H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 24th Nov., 1918. Son of Mrs. A. Merry, of 74, Aungier St., Dublin. RC. 589.

MIDGLEY, Lt. Gordon George. Royal Air Force. 13th Jan., 1919. Age 22. Born at Adelaide, Cape Province. Son of George Thomas and Elizabeth Ann Midgley, of Ocean View Hotel, Humewood, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. CE. Officers. 33.

MILLER, Pte. Thomas H., 5664. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. CE. 618.

MILLING, C.Q.M.S. I. O., MS/2772. M.T. Depot (Lee) Royal Army Service Corps. 22nd Dec., 1918. CE. 774.

MILLS, Serjt. Jesse, 7159. 4th Bn. Coldstream Guards. Died of wounds 16th Nov., 1914. Age 26. Son of Jesse Mathew and Janet Mills, of 109, Collyer Ave., Bognor, Sussex. CE. 574.

MILLS, Capt. William Thomas. Royal Army Medical Corps. 25th Oct., 1915. Husband of E. E. Mills, of "Elm Bank," Pirbright, Surrey. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballyburley Church of Ireland, Co. Offaly.

MILNES, Pte. Harold Harvey, 2021. 1st King Edward's Horse. 30th Oct., 1918. CE. 770.

MINOGUE, Pte. Patrick, 3134. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 11th March 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Columbkille Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

MITCHELL, Pte. Christopher, 25355. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 27th March, 1916. Son of Mrs. E. Mitchell, of 76, Aughrim St., Dublin. RC. 468.

MITCHELL, Lce. Cpl. Joseph, 20069. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 17th Sept., 1916. Age 30. Husband of Catherine Mitchell, of 11, St. Audoen's Terrace, High St., Dublin. RC. 493.

MOLLOY, Pte. B. R, ES/59087. 1st Supply Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 24th March, 1920. RC. 701.

MONAGHAN, Rough Rider L., R.T.S./3228. 2nd Remount Depot (Woolwich) Royal Army Service Corps. 23rd Feb., 1919. Age 39. Comm. on Screen Wall. Buried in Kilcarn Old Graveyard, Co. Meath.

MONAHAN, Dvr. Thomas, 70823. 4th Reserve Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Son of Mrs. Maria Monahan, of 45, Phibsborough Rd., Dublin. RC. 609.

MOONEY, Cpl. Owen David, 6172. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 15th July, 1916. Cork Mem.

MOORE, Pte. C., 2496. Leinster Regt. 26th April, 1916. Age 28. RC. 723.

MOORE, Pte. George, 261233. Middlesex Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 745.

MOORE, Pte. Richard Temple, 38963. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Son of Temple Lushington Moore and Emma Storrs Moore, of 28, Downshire Hill, Hampstead, London. CE. New Plot. 751.

MOORE, Pte. Samuel, 15261. 12th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 15th March, 1918. CE. 676.

MORAN, Pte. Jeremiah, 11842. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 20th April, 1918. Son of Mrs. J. Moran, of 39B Block, Iveagh Buildings, New Bride St., Dublin. Cork Mem.

MORRIS, Pte. F. A., 68824. 1st Garrison Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 29th March, 1919. CE. 783.

MORROW, Serjt. G., 19475. 13th Bn. Highland Light Inf. 14th Jan., 1919. Age 52. RC. 640.

MORROW, Pte. R.E., 291. Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. Scottish Horse. 15th Feb., 1916. Age 28. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballyjamesduff Presbyterian Cemetery, Co. Cavan.

MORTON, Lce. Cpl. Nathaniel, 18/250. 18th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 29th April, 1916. Age 19. Son of James Morton, of 22, Woodvale St., Belfast. Pres. 96.

MOSSE, Col. William Oliver Matless. 1st Garr. Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers (Indian Army Ret. List). 10th Oct., 1918. CE. Officers. 20.

MULGREW, Pte. James, 5245. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. 23rd June, 1915. Son of Mrs. Mulgrew, of Ballynamarroge, Islandeady. Screen Wall. Buried in Islandeady Old Graveyard, Co. Mayo.

MULHALL, Pte. P., 12132. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 14th Jan., 1917. Age 23. Son of David and Mary Mulhall, of Bridewell St., Carlow. Screen Wall. Buried in Carlow Old Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

MULHALL, Pte. T., 3832. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. 19th Jan., 1918. Age 45. Son of David and Mary Mulhall, of Bridewell St., Carlow; husband of T. Mulhall, of Brewery Lane, Carlow. Screen Wall. Buried in Carlow Old Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

MULHOLLAND, Pte. George William, 330662. Yorkshire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 708.

MULHOLLAND, Q.M.S. P., 2110. Leinster Regt. 8th April, 1919. RC. 663.

MULLIGAN, Pte. John, 3025. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 12th Feb., 1916. Cork Mem.

MULLIGAN, Pte. P., 4133. 5th Bn. Leinster Regt. 12th Aug., 1917. Age 25. Son of Laurence and Anne Mulligan, of Buckley's Lane, Maynooth. Screen Wall. Buried in Moyglare Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Meath.

MULRANEY, Pte. William, 5422. 8th K.R.I. Hussars. Killed in action 26th April, 1916. RC. 481.

MULVANEY, Pte. W., 7849. 3rd Bn. Durham Light Inf. 1st July, 1917. Age 31. RC. 524.

MULVEY, Pte. J., 7088. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 1st June, 1917. RC. 522.

MULVEY, Pte. James Arthur, M2/050797. 615th M.T. Coy., Army Service Corps. 24th April, 1916. CE. 636.

MURPHY, Pte. Arthur Andrew, 5365. 19th Bn. Australian Inf. 2nd June. 1918. Age 34. Born at Pine Grove, Gulargambone. Son of John and Mary Murphy, of Pine Grove, Brightling, New South Wales. Aust. RC. 1.

MURPHY, Pte. D., 7243. Royal Munster Fusiliers, transf. to (388476) Labour Corps. 3rd March, 1919. Son of Mrs. D. Murphy, of 86, Barrack St., Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Killingley Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

MURPHY, Pte/1. James, 82582. 52nd Training Depot Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 30th Sept., 1918. Age 33. RC. 572.

MURPHY, Serjt. Laurence, 7783. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 24th Aug., 1916. Age 32. Husband of L. Murphy, of 1, Grattan Court, Lower Mount St., Dublin. RC. 490.

MURPHY, Pte. Thomas, 12760. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 31st May, 1915. Age 35. Husband of Theresa Murphy, of 2 Storey's Villa, School St., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. John) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

MURRAY, Pte. Christopher, 6685. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 23rd April, 1918. Son of Mary Murray, of Brook St., Ballina. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballina (Old League) Cemetery, Co. Mayo.

MURRAY, Pte. J., 24550. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 5th Nov., 1918. Age 25. Husband of K. Murray, of 1, Farrel's Cottages, Charlemont St., Dublin. RC. 580.

MURRAY, Lce. Cpl. J., 12613. 5th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 7th Jan., 1915. CE. 580.

MURRAY, Serjt. John, 7985. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 20th Dec, 1915. Cork Mem.

MURRAY, Pte. Michael, 3004. 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 25th Jan., 1915. Age 35. Husband of Anne Murray, of 121, Townsend St., Dublin. RC. 438.

MURRAY, Pte. William, 6429. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 9th Dec, 1917. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Murray, of 2, Ardee Row, Meath St., Dublin. RC. 543.

MURRAY, Serjt. William, 6481. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 15th June, 1915. Age 31. Cork Mem.

MURRAY, Lce. Cpl. Cornelius, 8692. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 13th June, 1917. Son of Mary Murray, of Crumlin, Moneygall, Co. Tipperary.

NASH, Pnr. Michael, 163287. 12th Labour Bn. Royal Engineers, 11th June, 1916. Age 63. RC. 487.

NELSON, Staff S.M. Archibald Henry, 24428. 10th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 18th Sept., 1919. Age 54. Husband of Catherine Nelson, of 49, Lower Mount St., Dublin. Pres. 95.

NEWLAND, Pte. Albert, 5937. XII Royal Lancers. 2nd May, 1916. CE. 809.

NEWMAN, Serjt. W., 13693. M.M. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th Dec, 1918. Age 32. RC. 635.

NICHOL, Pte. James C, 17015. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died of wounds 17th April, 1915. Son of William Nichol, of 14, High St., Dumfries. RC. 447.

NOLAN, Pte. Congreve James, 11765. Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 10th Labour Bn. Royal Engineers. 15th Jan., 1918. CE. 672.

NOLAN, Rfn. J., 8692. Royal Irish Rifles. 24th April, 1916. Age 20. Son of Mrs. M. Nolan, of 48, Power's Court, Mount St., Dublin. RC. 485.

NOLAN, Pte. Laurence, 28106. 1st Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 31st Dec, 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Sleaty Old Burial Ground, Co. Leix.

NOLAN, Bmdr. P., 37063. Royal Garrison Artillery. 30th July 1917. Age 30. Screen Wall. Buried in Killinure Old Graveyard, Co. Leix.

NOLAN, Pte. Thomas, 56536. 9th Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.) 29th Jan. 1920. Son of Patrick Nolan, of 18, Upper Gloucester St., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. John) Church of Ireland Churchyard Dublin City.

NOLAN, Pte. William, 8126. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 3rd Nov., 1918. Age 27. RC. 627.

NOLAN, Pte. William, 16846. 6th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 28th Feb., 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Maynooth (Lady's Chapel) Graveyard, Co. Kildare.

NOONAN, Pte. Michael, 1605. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 11th Dec, 1917. Age 32. Husband of Mary Noonan, of 140, Barrack St., Waterford. Screen Wall. Buried in Mooncoin Catholic Cemetery, Co. Kilkenny.

NORTH, Gnr. Cecil Edward, 101263. 86th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 7th June, 1918. Age 21. Son of Mrs Sarah North, of Killashandra, Co. Cavan. Screen Wall. Buried in Killashandra Cemetery, Co. Cavan.

OAKLEIGH, Pte. John Terence, 57688. Dorset Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 20. Son of John and Margaret Oakleigh, of Ramsgate. RC. 598.

O'BRIEN, Pte. C., 22954. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 3rd May, 1919. Age 42. Husband of Margaret O'Brien, of 77, Benburb St., Dublin. RC. 668.

O'BRIEN, Pte. Patrick, 14512. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 7th May, 1915. Son of Mrs. C. O'Brien, of 52, Thomas St., Dublin. RC. 448.

O'BRIEN, A/C1. Patrick, 116250. 21st Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 5th Feb., 1919. RC. 641.

O'BRIEN, Pte. William, 40220. Leinster Regt. 19th March, 1920. Age 18. Screen Wall. Buried in Rathconnell Old Graveyard, Co. Westmeath.

O'GALLAGHAN, Gnr. T., 64136. 17th Fire Command, Royal Garrison Artillery. 14th Oct., 1920. Son of the late P. O'Callaghan, of Honan House, Montenotte, Cork. R.C. 719.

O'CONNELL, Pte. Jeremiah, 5805. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 9th Dec, 1914. Cork Mem.

O'CONNELL, P.O. 1st Cl. Thomas Francis, 89851 (P.O.). R.N. H.M.S. "Indus." 14th July, 1919. Age 59. Husband of Margaret O'Connell, of Pier Rd., Rathmullen. Screen Wall. Buried in Killygarven Catholic Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

O'CONNOR, Pte. Daniel, 4433. Depot Leinster Regt. 17th Aug., 1917. RC. 530.

O'CONNOR, Pnr. James, 330981. Inland Waterways and Docks, Royal Engineers, 11th Jan., 1918. Age 43. Husband of Annie O'Connor, of 35, Bride St., Dublin. RC. 549.

O'CONNOR, Pte. II. John, 305588. Recruits' Training Wing (Blandford) Royal Air Force. 27th Oct., 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. M. O'Connor, of Gurteen, Ballyhooly. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballyhooly Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

O'CONNOR, Cpl. Michael, 18454. Welsh Regt., transf. to (345798) Labour Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 597.

O'CONNOR, Pnr. W., W.R./283657. Railway Operating Div. Royal Engineers. 31st March, 1920. Husband of Annie O'Connor, of 29, Lower Leeson St., Dublin. RC. 702.

ODELL, Serj. William Henry, 10797. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 25th Oct., 1914. CE. 571.

O'DRISCOLL or DRISCOLL, Pte. Joseph, 9929. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 6th Jan., 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Currykippane Cemetery, Co. Cork.

O'GORMAN, Sh. Smith Charles, 13057. 2nd Reserve Cavalry Regt. Died of wounds 24th April, 1916. CE. 641.

O'HALLORAN, Pte. Alfred, 133042. 7th Coy. (Devonport) Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. R.C. 593.

O'HARA, Pte. Michael, 10217. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 11th May, 1915. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Marcella O'Hara, of Harristown, Brannoxtown, Co. Kildare. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballymore Eustace (St. John) Churchyard, Co. Kildare.

O'KEEFE, Pte. J., 2G/489. Royal Irish Regt., transfd. to (228141) 653rd H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 23rd Feb., 1919. Son of Mrs. M. O'Keefe, of 1, Blackball St., Dublin. RC. 648.

O'KEEFE, Pte. William, 5595. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Died of Malaria, 4th Nov., 1918. Age 22. Screen Wall. Buried in Affane Old Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Waterford.

O'LEARY, Pte. D., 3/5492. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 18th Feb., 1920. Age 21. Son of Mrs K. O'Leary, of South Douglas Rd., Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Inishkenny Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

O'LEARY, Tel. 1st. Cl. Timothy, J.42012 (Ch.). R.N. H.M.S. "Defiance." 26th May, 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballymodan Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

O'NEILL, Serjt. Joseph, 43059. 7th/8th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers (formerly (5083) 2nd Bn. Connaught Rangers). 30th Nov., 1916. Age 35. RC. 497.

O'NEILL, Pte. Michael, 5384. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 19th March, 1916. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Kate O'Neill, of Talbot's Hill, Clifden, Co. Kilkenny. Screen Wall. Buried in Paulstown (St. Paul) Catholic Churchyard, Co. Kilkenny.

O'NEILL, Served as NEALE, Dvr. Thomas. T.4/043381. Army Service Corps. 14th Oct., 1915. Age 30. Son of Richard O'Neill of Coolenane, Cappagh, Co. Waterford. Screen Wall. Buried in Affane Old Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Waterford.

O'REILLY, Pte. M., 32175. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th Nov., 1918. Age 19. Son of Denis O'Reilly, of 48 C Block, Keogh Square, Inchicore, Dublin. RC. 629.

OSBORNE, Lce. Cpl. Clarence, 4130. 5th Lancers. 27th April, 1916. CE. 808.

O'SHAUGHNESSY, Pte. Michael, 9513. Depot, Royal Irish Regt. 12th Jan., 1919. Screen Wall. Buried in Old Kildimo Graveyard, Co. Limerick.

O'SHEA, Pte. C., 26933. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 11th April, 1920. Husband of Mrs. O'Shea, of 14, Ussher's Island, Dublin. RC. 705.

O'SHEA, Rfn. J., 6532. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, transfd. to (680673) Labour Corps. 21st Feb., 1919. Age 40. Husband of Mary O'Shea, of Leamnagullia, Ballyhar, Farranfore, Co. Kerry. Cork Mem.

OXFORD, Pte. Robert, 8174. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 1st Aug., 1916. Age 28. Husband of E. Oxford, of 65, Lower Dominick St., Dublin. RC. 489.

PARKINSON, Lce. Serjt. William, 7863. Depot, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 20th Nov., 1917. Age 27. Husband of Julia Parkinson, of Curtis Cottage, Dalkey Hill, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. RC. 539.

PARSLOW, Lt. and Qmr. A. J., Royal Engineers. 7th April, 1915. CE. Officers. 3.

PATERSON, A.B. John Langlands, Tyneside, Z/9497, R.N.V.R., S.S. "Brandon". 13th April, 1917. Son of Mrs. Paterson, of 108, Corbridge St., Byker, Northumberland. Screen Wall. Buried in Castlehaven Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

PATTON, Rfn. John, 4785. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 27th Dec, 1914. CE. 577.

PEARL, Pte. Victor Wade Major, M/23037. 615th M.T. Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 13th April, 1921. Age 32. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pearl, of 9, The Green, Beccles, Suffolk. CE. 825.

PENDLETON, Pte. Joseph, (see VERNER, the family name).

PEVERELL, Tpr. Reginald, 2663. 1st Life Guards. 28th Oct., 1914. Cork Mem.

PHAROAH, Pte. James, L/12093. 2nd Bn. Middlesex Regt. Died of wounds 17th April, 1915. CE. 597.

PHILLIPS, Pte. Arthur, 2527. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 12th April, 1917. R.C. 512.

PILGRIM, Yeoman of Sigs. Herbert Robert, 218657 (PO). R.N. H.M.S. "Colleen." 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 761.

PINFIELD, 2nd Lt. Guy Vickery (K.R.I.) Hussars. 24th April, 1916. Age 21. Church of Ireland (Officers Sect) Grave 67.

POBJOY, Serjt. H. 34362. M.M. "D" Bty. 59th Royal Field Artillery. 23rd July, 1920. Age Husband of Elizabeth Pobjoy, of Laburnham House, Richmond Rd., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Dumcondra (St. George's) Burial Ground, Dublin City.

POMFRET, Pte. Alexander, G/37086. 1st/6th Bn. Royal Sussex Regt., 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 748.

PORTER, Gnr. Henry William, 69149. 67th Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 29th Nov., 1914. Son of C. and M. A. Porter, of 2, Claybury Cottages, Tomswood Hill, Barkingside, Essex. Cork Mem.

POWELL, Pte. E. W., 5241890. 2nd Bn. Worcestershire Regt. 21st Nov., 1920. CE. 816.

POWELL, Capt. Thomas, D.C.M. Royal Irish Regt. (formerly Oxf. and Bucks Light Inf.). 1st July, 1918. CE. Officers. 9.

POWER, Pte. Michael, 10188. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. Died of wounds 7th May, 1918. Age 25. RC. 557.

POWER, Pte. Percy, 315421. West, and Cumb. Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 617.

PRICHARD, Pte. Thomas Walker, G/22727. 1st/6th Bn. Royal Sussex Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 747.

PROBERT, Pte. Samuel William, 85927. Middlesex Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 753.

PROSSER, C.S.M. Thomas, 277897. 10th Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 721.

PUDDY, Pte. Frederick G., 625. 6th Bn. Leinster Regt. 19th March, 1915. Age 33. Son of Mrs. Charlotte Puddy, of Clevedon, Somerset. CE. 590.

PURCELL, Serjt. W., 13022. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 16th May, 1917. Age 43. RC. 518.

PURCELL, Pte. William, 10135. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 19th July, 1915. Cork Mem.

PURSER, Lt. Phillip Addison, Army Service Corps. Died of wounds 30th April, 1916. Church of Ireland (Officers Sect) Grave 68.

QUIGLEY, Pte. Daniel, 7051. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 2nd Feb., 1915. Age 28. Husband of Johanna Kennedy, of 4, Cottage, Gortland Row, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. RC. 439.

QUINLAN, Pte. Richard, 144447. 3rd Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 20th Nov., 1918. Age 24. Husband of Mary Quinlan, of 15, Stafford St., Dublin. RC. 587.

QUINN, Pte. John, 12472. N.Z. Army Service Corps. Died of sickness 6th Nov., 1918. Age 36. Husband of Jean Quinn, of Wellington. N.Z. R.C. 3.

QUINN, Pte. Robert, 3/39421. King's Liverpool Regt., transf. to (266066) Labour Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 34. Husband of Sarah E. Quinn, of 83, Berry St., Burnley. RC. 596.

QUINSEY, Sh. Smith Henry, 73120. South Irish Horse. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 37. CE. New Plot. 701.

RANDALL, Gnr. George Frederick, 38322. 50th Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 30th Dec., 1916. Age 22. Son of Fred and Lucy Ann Randall, of 8, Lenham Terrace, Old Rd., Crayford, Kent. Cork Mem.

RANKIN (served as CORR), Pte. W. J., 42468. 9th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 10th April, 1919. RC. 664.

RAYNER, Pte. George, 76583. Lancashire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 736.

REDFERN, Pte. A., EMT/57388. 1155th M.T. Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 18th April 1920. Screen Wall. Buried in Claremorris (Ballinsmaula) Catholic Cemetery, Co. Mayo.

REGAN, Chief Gnr. Daniel. R.N. H.M.S. "Dreadnought." 6th July, 1919. Age 44. Husband of Mary Regan, of Glenview, Leap, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Drinagh Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

REILLY, Pte. E., 7360. 2nd Bn. The Cameronians (Sco. Rif.). 27th March, 1915. Age 28. Son of Edward and Margaret Reilly, of Carnbroi, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire. RC. 446.

REILLY, Pte. J., 1816. 6th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 14th Nov., 1918. RC. 583.

REILLY, Pte. J. 4100. 2nd Leinster Regt. 12th Jan., 1918. Age 26. Son of T. Reilly, of Wagstown, Trim. Screen Wall. Buried in Moymet Old Graveyard, Co. Meath.

REILLY, Dvr. James, 25013. "A" Bty. 91st Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 24th Nov., 1917. Age 35. Screen Wall. Buried in Teltown Old Graveyard, Co. Meath.

REILLY, Sh-Smith Michael, 1849. South Irish Horse, 29th June, 1916. Age 34. Husband of Agnes Reilly, of 32, Regent St., Bagnalstown. Screen Wall. Buried in Tullow (The Abbey) Cemetery, Co. Carlow.

REILLY, Rfn. Peter, 9933. 14th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 20th June, 1918. Age 28. RC. 563.

REILLY, Pte. Thomas, 85531. Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. RC. 607.

RICE, Pte. Abraham, 60612. 94th Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 8th Nov., 1916. Age 21. Son of Christopher and Bridget Rice. RC. 495.

RICHARDS, Pte. Martin, 3403. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 15th June, 1916. Husband of I. Richards, of 31, Queen St., Dublin. Cork Mem.

RILEY, Pte. John Edward, 26005. 17th Coy. (Curragh) Royal Army Medical Corps. 13th Dec., 1917. Husband of E. Riley, of 9, Thirlestone Terrace, Thomas St., Dublin. CE. 670.

ROACHE, Pte. Patrick, 3345. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt., transfd. to (412977) Labour Corps. 2nd Oct., 1918. Age 39. Husband of Bridget Roache, of 11, Cottage, Green St., Callan, Co. Kilkenny. Screen Wall. Buried in Mallardstown (Whitechurch) Cemetery, Co. Kilkenny.

ROBERTS, Pte. Leslie Craig, S/30523. "D" Supply Coy., Army Service Corps. 8th Jan., 1915. Age 22. Son of Elizabeth R. Roberts, of 27, Cheltenham St., Blackburn, and the late Walter Roberts. CE. 581.

ROBERTSON, Serjt. James Voy, 3/4033, M.M. 3rd Bn. Black Watch. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 37. Son of Ebenezer and Janet Robertson, of Perth; husband of Elizabeth Robertson, of Albert Rd., Scone, Perthshire. RC. 602.

ROBERTSON, Capt. Thomas Arthur. Army Service Corps. Drowned 11th July, 1917. Age 50. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Robertson, of 8, Nightingale Square, Balham, London. RC. Officers. 7.

ROBINSON, Pte. Daniel, 6261. 3rd Bn. Suffolk Regt. 10th Aug., 1915. CE. 604.

ROCHE, Pte. Maurice, 9/4963. 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of John Roche, of 1, Gratton St., Cork. RC. 615.

ROCHE, Serjt. M., 6731. 3rd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 14th Dec, 1918. Age 36. Husband of Bridget Roche, of Chapel St., Cloyne, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballynacorra Graveyard, Co. Cork.

RODGERS, Pte. Harold, 3814. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 27th April, 1916. CE. 617.

ROONEY, Pte. James, 11/27983. 11th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (314580) Labour Corps. 4th Jan., 1918. RC. 547.

ROONEY, Pte. J., 4863. LeinsterRegt. Drowned 15th Feb., 1915. Age 32. Husband of F. Rooney, of 50, Purdon St., Talbot St., Dublin. RC. 444.

ROONEY, Pte. J., S/15442. Seaforth Highlanders, transf. to (T/445025) Royal Army Service Corps. 25th Feb., 1919. Age 45. Son of Mrs. R. Rooney, of 43, Dawson St., Dublin. RC. 650.

RUBLEY, R.S.M. W., 10932. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 14th Feb., 1916. CE. 611.

RUSH, Pte. James, 4632. 4th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 5th May, 1915. Pres. 83.

RUTH, Gnr. J. J., 285819. Royal Garrison Artillery. 5th May, 1919. Cork Mem.

RUTHERFORD, Rfn. William, 8301. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 31st July, 1915. Age 26. Husband of Kathleen Stafford, of 45, Bride St., Dublin. CE. 603.

RUXTON, Lt. Wilfred Hay. 22nd T.D.S. Royal Air Force. Died of injuries 29th Aug., 1918. RC. Officers. 12.

RYAN, Lce. Cpl. J., 7681746. Military Foot Police, Military Police Corps. 5th Feb., 1921. Husband of B. Ryan, of 16, Railway St., Dublin. RC. 733.

RYAN, Pte. James, 37786. Machine Gun Corps. (Inf.). 28th Oct., 1918. Screen Wall. Buried in Killea Graveyard, Co. Tipperary.

RYAN, Pte. John Patrick, 21275. 2nd Res. Regt. of Cavalry. 8th Dec, 1915. Screen Wall. Buried in Thornback Old Graveyard, Co. Kilkenny.

RYAN, Pte. Michael, 9929. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 21st April, 1916. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilpatrick Old Graveyard, Co. Tipperary.

SALTON, Pte. William James Alexander, 56666. Middlesex Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 57.

SAVAGE, Maj. Arthur Raymond Boscawen. Royal Field Artillery (Intelligence Officer, Dublin District). 18th May, 1921. Age 52. Son of Col. Henry Savage (91st Regt.) and Isabel Savage; husband of Cornelie Savage, of 36, Chelsea Gardens, London. CE. Officers. 49.

SAVILLE, Serjt. R., 1409203 (late 39859). 20th Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 29th Dec, 1920. CE. 820.

SCANLAN, Bmdr. M., 3778. Royal Field Artillery. 9th Feb., 1916. Age 28. Son of Mrs Mary Scanlan, of Moore St., Kilrush. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland, Co. Clare.

SCANLAN, Pte. T. 382893. Labour Corps, formerly 9/4627, Royal Munster Fusiliers. 19th March, 1920. Age 33. Son of Mrs. Mary Scanlan of Moore St., Kilrush. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland, Co. Clare.

SCARLETT, Pte. Arthur James, 6297. "B" Sqdn. 5th Lancers. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. Age 31. Husband of Florence K. M. Scarlett, of 55, Lambert St., Hyson Green, Nottingham. CE. 627.

SCOTT, Pte. George, 2548. 2nd Garr. Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 17th Dec, 1917. Age 38. Husband of M. J. Scott, of 9, Marine Park Ave., Fairview, Dublin. CE. 671.

SCULLY, Pte. M., 49879. Worcestershire Regt., formerly 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 30th Aug., 1921. Age 35. Husband of Kathleen Scully, of 18, St. Michael's Hill, Christ Church, Dublin. RC. 744.

SEXTON, Pte. William, 9878. 2nd Bn. Cheshire Regt. Died of wounds 27th March, 1915. CE. 596.

SHARPE, Lt. Leonard F. R. 3rd Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. 27th July, 1918. Age 24. Son of Robert James and Sarah Sharpe, of West Norwood, London. Cork Mem.

SHAW, Pte. William James, 6458. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 24th Oct., 1914. CE. 569.

SHEEHAN, Sto. P.O. Timothy, 304570. R.N. 20th Dec, 1917. Age 32. Son of John Sheehan, of Kilbrown, Goleen, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmoe Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

SHEENAN, Lce. Cpl. Edward, 28324. 11th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 19th Jan., 1917. Age 36. Husband of C. Sheenan, of 23, Windsor Terrace, Portobello, Dublin. RC. 511.

SHEPHERD, Serjt. K., 16125. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 24th April, 1916. RC. 486.

SHERIDAN. A.M. II C.J., 276580. Royal Air Force. 16th Aug., 1921. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Mary Sheridan, of 91, St. Ignatius Rd., Drumcondra. Screen Wall. Buried in Celbridge (Church Lane) Cemetery, Co. Kildare.

SHERLOCK, Pte. E., 189354. Machine Gun Corps. (Inf.). 23rd Jan., 1920. Son of Mrs. M. Sherlock, of Mail Coach Rd., Sligo. Screen Wall. Buried in Sligo Cemetery, Co. Sligo.

SHERWOOD, Pte. John Henry, 4841. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 5th May, 1916. CE. 615.

SHEVLIN, Pte. James, 5697. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 12th Sept., 1914. Cork Mem.

SIBLEY, Pte. A., 3308. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. CE. 633.

SINGLETON, Lt. William James. 20th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, attd. 3rd Bn. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 30. Husband of Marion E. Waldron (formerly Singleton), of 55, Addington Mansions, Highbury Grange, Highbury, London. CE. Officers. 27.

SKELLY, Lce. Cpl. William, 26741. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds nth May, 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. Mary Anne Skelly, of 7, Phibsborough Place, Dublin. RC. 560.

SKELTON, Spr. William, WR/269250. Railway, Operating Division Royal Engineers. 3rd March, 1919. Age 27. Son of Mr. & Mrs. Skelton, of 8, Church Terrace, Bray. Screen Wall. Buried in Old Connaught Cemetery, County Dublin.

SLOAN, Pte. Joseph, 5867. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died of wounds, 2nd Nov., 1914. Age 26. Son of George and Eliza Sloan, of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. Cork Mem.

SMITH, Pte. Arthur Charles, 2373. 4th (Q.O.) Hussars. 29th April, 1916. CE. 807.

SMITH, Pte. David Allan Grant, 25844. Cameron Highlanders, Transf. to (254092) Labour Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Son of David Smith; Husband of Christina Nicholson, of 2, Meadowbank Ave., Edinburgh. Pres. 88.

SMITH, Pte. Francis, M/353350. H.T. Depot (Sydenham), Army Service Corps. Died of wounds 19th May, 1918. Husband of M. Smith, of 5, Buckingham Place, Dublin. RC. 562.

SMITH, Pte. Frederick Daniel, 58198. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry. 16th May, 1918. Age 23. Husband of Ida Annie Smith, of East Knighton, Dorset. CE. 680.

SMITH, Lt. F. de Lisle. Royal Field Artillery. 31st Oct., 1918. CE. Officers. 31.

SMITH, Pte. John, 8470. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (384027) Irish Command Labour Centre Labour Corps. Died of wounds 12th Oct., 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. Catherine Hipwell, of 11, Baggot Court, Baggot St., Dublin. RC. 622.

SMITH, Pte. J., 8719. 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 11th March, 1919. Husband of J. Smith, of 20, Newmarket, Dublin. RC. 658.

SMITH, Pte. Michael Ernest, 4530. 19th Bn. Australian Inf. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 25. Born at Sydney, Australia. Son of James and Margaret Smith, of Mulgawarrina St., Coolabah, New South Wales. RC. 3.

SMITH, Serjt. William, 259219. 11th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 18th May, 1917. Husband of M. Smith, of 43, Lower Mount St., Dublin. CE. 664.

SMYTHE, Serjt. John Frederick, 7498. "D" Coy. 2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt. Died of Pneumonia 24th April, 1920. Age 35. Son of James and Eliza Smythe, of Woking, Surrey; husband of C. B. Smythe, of 99, Dersingham Avenue, Manor Park, Essex. CE. 801.

SOUTHAM, Clr. Serjt. A., 13261. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 24th April, 1920. Age 52. Husband of R. Southam, of 17, South Dock Place, Ringsend, Dublin. CE. 800.

SOUTHGATE, Cpl. W. J., 8370. 3rd Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. 14th Feb., 1919. Age 29. Husband of E. A. Davey (formerly Southgate), of R.A.F. Married Quarters, Cranwell, Lines. Cork Mem.

SPEED, Pte. Bert, 3946. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 637.

SPILLANE, Pte. Frank, 11527. Depot, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 15th May, 1918. RC. 561.

STAINTHORPE, Pte. J. E., 9510. King's Own Yorkshire Light Inf. 2nd March, 1915. CE 588.

STANDING, Pte. William Henry, 39887. 1st/8th Bn. Essex Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Wes. 55.

STANLEY, Pte. William, 20876. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 22nd July, 1918. RC. 567.

STANTON, Pte. J., 5012. 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds 18th May, 1918. Age 26. Son of Lawrence and Mary Stanton, of Ballinacurra, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Dungourney Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

STARR, Pte. S. W. D., 24499. 463rd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps. 17th Dec., 1918. Age 43. Son of Richard Starr; husband of Florence Louisa Starr, of 56, Sea View Terrace, Ore, Hastings. Born at Ore. CE. 773.

STEPHENS, Pte. Nicholas Richard, 9660. East Riding Yeomanry. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 706.

STOKES, Pte. Francis, 10416. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 10th Sept., 1914. Age 28. Son of Mrs. Mary Stokes, of Garden St., Ballina, Co. Mayo. Cork Mem.

STOREY, Rfn. Robert, 5980. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 14th Jan., 1917. Age 36. CE. 658

STOTHERS, Pte. Jackson, 14706. 10th Bn Royal Irish Fusiliers. 7th Jan., 1917. CE. 657

STURGESS, Pte. Harry, 09. 4th Reserve Bn Wiltshire Regt. Died of pneumonia 24th Oct. 1918. Age 18. Adopted son of Mr. and Mrs John Bell, of Salisbury. CE. New Plot. 765

SULLIVAN, Pte. James, 6176. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. 26th Aug., 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmachunna Graveyard, Co. Offaly.

SWEENEY, Pte. D., 4674. Leinster Regt. 21st Aug., 1919. Age 30. Son of Mrs. Anne Sweeney, of 44, Upper Mercer St., Dublin. RC. 677.

TAGGART, Pte. James, T4/124354. Clearing Office, Army Service Corps. 7th July, 1918. Age 49. Husband of Mary Taggart, of Bushy Park Lodge, Templeogue Rd., Terenure, Dublin. CE. 686.

TAYLOR, Sqdn. Q.M.S. Charles William, 4635. 6th Reserve Cavalry Regt. 6th Dec, 1915. Son of Mrs. J. M. Taylor, of 2, St. Brendan's Cottages, Irishtown, Dublin. CE. 606.

TANCELL, Pte. William Edward, 46216. 2nd Bn. King's Shropshire Light Inf. 21st Nov., 1919. Age 18. Son of Edward and Emma Tancell, of Little Whitfield, Marstow, Herefordshire. Cork Mem.

TEMPEST, C.Q.M.S. David Percival, 889. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 29th April, 1916. CE. 626.

THOMAS, Pte. Ezekiel, 92077. 3rd Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 10th Oct., 1918. Pres. 93.

THOMAS, Pte. Frederick, 26193. 7th Bn. Somerset Light Inf. 25th Dec, 1916. CE. 634.

THOMAS, Cpl. J., 306702. Recruits Depot, Royal Air Force. 16th May, 1920. Age 42. Husband of Mary Thomas, of 32, Paul St., Dublin. RC. 708.

THOMAS, Serjt. James, 26775. 3rd Bn. King's Liverpool Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 717.

THOMPSON, Pte. Albert, 473013. 1st East Anglian Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of the late Arthur Thompson, of Long St., Ipswich. CE. New Plot. 729.

THOMPSON, Pte. Charles Henry, 1793. 4th Eastern Coy. Non-Combatant Corps. 24th Aug., 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilworth Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Cork.

THOMPSON, Pte. J., M2/077004. Army Service Corps. 6th Nov., 1918. Husband of A. Thompson, of 16, Ashfield Terrace, Dublin. RC. 579.

THOMPSON, Dvr. Robert, 44257. 84th Bty. Royal Field Artillery. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 29. Son of William and Elizabeth Thompson, of Paisley. CE. New Plot. 720.

THOMPSON, Serjt. Thomas, 4457. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 23rd July, 1915. Pres. 84.

THOMSON, Gnr. Andrew, 125977. Royal Garrison Artillery. 8th March, 1917. Cork Mem.

TITMUSS, Pte. Leonard George, 44449. 1st/10th Bn. Royal Scots. 16th July, 1919. Age 21. Son of Charles Valentine Titmuss and Elizabeth Titmuss, of 57, Goat Rd., Enfield Wash, Middx. CE. 788.

TOBIN, Pte. James, 2860. 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 4th Jan. 1917. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilkenny New Cemetery, Co. Kilkenny.

TOBIN, Pte. Thomas, M2/105593. Clearing Office, Army Service Corps. 25th April, 1918. Husband of M. Tobin, of 68, Amiens St., Dublin. RC. 556.

TRAYNOR, Lce. Cpl. Michael, 23132. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusihers. 1st Oct., 1917. Husband of M. Traynor, of 5, Manowbone Lane, Dublin. RC. 532.

TRUSCOTT, Serjt. Herbert Pope, 193. 12th Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. 13th March, 1916. Age 30. Husband of Jessie Gillberg, of Kent St., St. George's, Bermuda. Wes. 43.

TUOHY, Pte. Patrick. 1221. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. (formerly 732 Royal Munster Fusiliers). 16th June, 1916. Husband of M. Tuohy, of 15, St. Finbarr's Place, Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Kenmare (St. Patrick) Churchyard, Co. Kerry.

TURVEY, Boy Albert Arthur, 26877. Depot, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 1st Nov., 1918. CE. New Plot. 766.

TYLER, Pte. Alfred, 4905. 2nd/6th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 27th April, 1916. Age 22. Son of George and Mary Tyler, of Exton, Rutland. CE. 645.

UNDERWOOD, Pte. Henry, 24468. 4th (Q.O.) Hussars (No. 2 Cavalry Depot). 21st June, 1915. CE. 601.

UNSWORTH, Serjt. John Robert, 19127. M.M. 3rd Bn. King's Liverpool Regt. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. Son of Robert and Susan Unsworth, of Middleton Junction, Manchester; husband of Ada Unsworth, of 819, David St., Brampton, Ontario. Enlisted Sept., 1914. CE. 771.

VENTRISS, Pte. W.H., M/45303. 1155 M.T. Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 18th April, 1920. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilcolman (St. John) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Mayo.

VERNER (served as PENDLETON), Pte. Joseph, 14103. 1st Bn. Irish Guards. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 28. Husband of Annie Verner, of 56, Mount Brown, Dublin. CE. New Plot. 725.

VERRALL, Pte. Charles, 235040. 157th T.F. Depot (Oxf. and Bucks Light Inf.). 12th March, 1918. CE. 675.

VERSEY, Act. Bmdr. George, L/13227. "B" Bty. 326th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 3rd July, 1917. CE. 666.

WALDRON, Cpl. Thomas, 64233. 21st Bn. Highland Light Inf. 24th Sept., 1918. Age 22. Son of Hugh Waldron, of 41, James St., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilmainham (St. John) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin City.

WALKER. Asst. Std. Charles A. S.S. "Eupion" (London). Merchant Navy. Drowned, as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 3rd Oct., 1918. Age 25. Son of Charles and Sarah Elizabeth Walker, of 20, Edward St., Brantford, Ontario. Born at Brantford. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland, Co. Clare.

WALKER, Pte. George, 110501. Dute of Lanc. Own Yeomanry. Drowned 10th Oct., 1918. Husband of Harriett Ethel Walker, of 151, Eccles New Rd., Salford. CE. New Plot. 692.

WALKER, Pte. Thomas, 30646. 462nd Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 47. Husband of Margaret Ann Walker, of 30, Woodville Terrace, Darwen, Lanes. CE. New Plot. 697.

WALKER, Pte. William, 2743. 5th Lancers. 27th April, 1916. CE. 622.

WALL, Pte. John, 22281. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusihers. 11th Nov., 1915. Age 18. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Wall, of 74, Capel St., Dublin. Cork Mem.

WALLS, Pte. J., 02565. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. 10th Dec, 1918. RC. 634.

WALLIS, 2nd Lt. John Buckeridge. 4th Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 26. Son of Frederick B. and Ellen Ann Wallis, of Chitterne, Codford, Wilts. CE. Officers. 18.

WALSH, Lce, Cpl. Thomas, 192965. Special Bde. Depot, Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 28th Sept., 1918. Husband of M. Walsh, of 12, Railway Cottages, Lansdowne Rd., Dublin. RC. 574.

WALSH, Ord. Sigmn. Thomas, J/30975 (Dev.). R.N. H.M.S. "Magic." 10th April, 1918. Son of R. Walsh, of 2, Granby Ope, Devonport. Screen Wall. Buried in Killygarven Catholic Graveyard, Co. Donegal.

WALSH, Pte. W. H., 101445. 43rd Bn. Royal Fusiliers. 15th Feb., 1919. Age 36. Husband of Mary Walsh, of St. Brigid's Lodge, Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin. CE. 779.

WALTERS. 2nd Mate Sidney Frederick. S.S. "Eupion" (London). Merchant Navy. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 3rd Oct., 1918. Age 28. Son of John and Eleanor Walters, of Myrddin House, Lloyd's Terrace, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmathenshire. Born at Newcastle Emyln. Screen Wall. Buried in Kilrush Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Clare.

WALTON, Lce. Cpl. Austin Joseph, 18506. 10th Reserve Cavalry Regt. Killed in action 27th April, 1916. Age 35. Son of Sarah Walton, of Maidenhead, and the late Izaak Alfred Walton; husband of Laura Louise Walton (now Mrs. Rivers), of 169, Oxford Rd., Reading. CE. 623.

WALTON, Pte. George Edward, 61656. 3rd Bn. Lincolnshire Regt. 6th July, 1918. Cork Mem.

WARD, Pte. Charles, 2457. 2nd Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 21st Nov., 1917. Age 33. Son of Mrs. Jane Ward, of Harbour St., Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. RC. 540.

WARD, Ldg. Boatman Fred, 163883. R.N. H.M. Coastguard Wireless Signal Station. 2nd May, 1915. Age 39. Husband of A.M.M. Hearn (formerly Ward), of 29A, Holmans Buildings, Northcorner, Devonport. Screen Wall. Buried in Carlingford (Holy Trinity) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Co. Louth.

WARD, Pte. J., 3300542 (late 77467). Highland Light Inf. 9th Oct., 1920. Age 18. Cork Mem.

WARD, Pte. John, G/154. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 18th Sept., 1920. Age 44. Husband of C. Ward, of 36, St. Augustine St., Dublin. RC. 718.

WARD, Pte. J. C., 79327. 4th (Q.O.) Hussars. 23rd Jan., 1920. RC. 693.

WARING, Lce. Cpl. T. H., 70127. 2nd Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 28th April, 1920. CE. 802.

WARMINGTON, Capt. Alfred Ernest. 6th Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. CE. Officers. 45.

WARREN, Serjt. George, 22123. Central Siege School, Royal Garrison Artillery. 10th Feb., 1918. Husband of W. Warren, of 184, Phibsborough Rd., Dublin. CE. 673.

WATCHORN, Pte. Abraham, 25026. 5th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th April, 1916. Age 21. Son of Abraham Watchorn, of Williamstown, Rathvilly, Co. Carlow. CE. 625.

WATERS, Pte. James, 34193. 8th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 31st Oct., 1918. Age 24. RC. 594.

WATKINS, S.M. Arthur Mantor, 31628. 14th Coy. Royal Army Medical Corps. 31st Oct., 1918. Husband of Dora Watkins, of Lombards, Redmarley, Glos. CE. New Plot. 728.

WATKINS, Spr. Fredrick, 325871. "A" Signal Depot (Bedford), Royal Engineers. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 19. Son of Job and Jane Watkins, of Groesnewydd, Llanfechain, Mont. CE. New Plot. 700.

WATLIN, Gnr. Frederick, 49136. 29th Res. Bty. Royal Field Artillery. 7th May, 1916. Age 42. Cork Mem.

WATSON, Pte. Walter, 32369. 3rd Bn. King's Shropshire Light Inf. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 41. Husband of Martha Watson, of 60, London Terrace, Darwen, Lanes. CE. New Plot. 731.

WATTAM, Lce. Cpl. Frank, 2173. 2nd/8th Bn. Royal Scots. 16th Feb., 1917. CE. 660.

WEAKS. P.O. John, 171923 (Dev.). R.N., H.M.S. "Vivid." 12th Jan., 1917. Husband of Kate Weaks, of 4, Thomas St., Midleton, Co. Cork. Screen Wall. Buried in Ballymore Old Graveyard, Co. Cork.

WEBBER, Lce. Cpl. Bryant Richard, 9748. 2nd Bn. Oxf. and Bucks light Inf. 27th Oct., 1914. Age 20. Son of Francis and Fanny Fauset Webber, of 43, Windsor St., Wolverton, Bucks. Cork Mem.

WEBLEY, Pte. J. R., 9939. Wiltshire Regt. transfd. to (599442) Labour Corps. 14th Nov., 1918. CE. New Plot. 767.

WELLS, Bglr. Frederick, 9500. 2nd Bn. Oxf. and Bucks Light Inf. Died of wounds, 30th Oct., 1914. Age 21. Son of Mrs. H. Wells, of 41, Alpine St., Reading. Cork Mem.

WELLS, Lce. Cpl. Reuben John, 291367. 14th Bn. Suffolk Regt. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 23. Son of J. J. and H. A. Wells, of 1, Goffs Oak Ave., Cheshunt, Herts. CE. New Plot. 707.

WESTWELL, Assistant Administrator May. Q.M.A.A.C. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 30. Daughter of Ellen Westwell, of 103, Lovely Lane, Warrington, and the late W. W. Westwell. CE. Officers. 30.

WHELAN, Pte. J., 22898. 3rd/5th Bn. The King's Liverpool Regt. 20th Feb., 1916. Husband of Mrs. Whelan, of 16, Lower Gloucester Place, Dublin. RC. 466.

WHITE, Sto. John, 8187(S). R.N.R. H.M.S. "Malaya". 15th Sept., 1916. Age 38. RC. 492.

WHITE, Pte. P., 2G/2132. 4th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (275866) Labour Corps. 16th March, 1920. Age 45. Husband of Ellen White, of 5, Mount Pleasant Place, Ranelagh, Dublin. RC. 699.

WHITE, Pte. R., 11865. 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 21st March, 1921. Husband of C. White, of 17, Golden Lane, Dublin. RC. 737.

WHITING, Pte. B. J., 3645917. South Lancashire Regt. Died of wounds (gas) 21st March, 1921. Age 26. Son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Whiting, of Caerau, Bridgend, Glam.; husband of Rachel Mary Whiting, of 10, Greenfield Terrace, Argoed, Mon. CE. 822.

WHITTAKER, Serjt. John, 6729. 461st Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps (late 20066, East Lancashire Regt.) 10th Oct., 1918. CE. New Plot. 730.

WILCOX, Serjt. Thomas, 721. Military Foot Police, Military Police Corps. 21st Oct., 1918. Age 36. Husband of K. Wilcox, of Marsh's Library, St. Patrick's Close, Dublin. CE. 769.

WILD, Pte. Henry, 6127. 1st Bn. Manchester Regt. 11th July, 1920. Age 34. Husband of Nellie Florence Wild, of R.E. Married Quarters, Western Heights, Dover. Cork Mem.

WILKS, 2nd Lt. Percy Walter. Army Service Corps. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 41. Son of Ezra T. and Emma Wilks, husband of Edith Catherine Wilks. Wes. Officers 22.

WILLIAMS, Pte. A. G., 34456. 2nd Bn. King's Shropshire Light Inf. 11th Oct., 1919. Husband of M. Williams, of 22, Little Ship St., Dublin. CE. 792.

WILLIAMS, Cpl. John, 47246. 412th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps. Drowned in the Irish Sea (from R.M.S. "Leinster") 10th Oct., 1918. Age 40. Son of the late Mrs. Anne Williams. Wes. 54.

WILLIAMS, Pte. R.W. 4179390. 2nd Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 10th July, 1921. Son of Mrs. M. Williams, of 3, Abbey Green, Chester. Screen Wall. Buried in Bunratty Old Graveyard, Co. Clare.

WILLIAMS^ Pte. Thomas, 6417. 1st Bn. Leinster Regt. 1st Feb., 1915. Cork Mem.

WILLIAMS, Pte. William, 17653. 316th Coy. Royal Defence Corps, (late 24116, King's Liverpool Regt.) 3rd April, 1918. CE. 677.

WILLIAMS, Pte. William Edward, 18551. 3rd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 29th Nov., 1915. Cork Mem.

WILSON, Serjt. A., S.4/172166. 866th Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 9th March, 1918. Cork Mem.

WILSON, Pte. Harry C., S/3428. Depot, Black Watch. 28th July, 1916. Cork Mem.

WILSON, Pte. Hugh, G/209. 1st. Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 20th Dec, 1915. Age 45. RC. 460.

WINTERBOURNE, Capt. Frank Thomas. 2nd Bn. London Regt. (R. Fus.). Drowned 10th Oct., 1918. CE. Officers. 13.

WITT, Pte. R. J., 32325, M.M. 3rd Bn. Wiltshire Regt. 14th June, 1919. Wes. 59.

WOOD, Lce. Cpl. George, 251029. Lancashire Hussars. 10th Oct., 1918. Pres. 94.

WOODGATE, Pte. II Thomas Joseph, 297699. 23rd Training Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 18. Son of Edward J. Woodgate, of Mill St., Callan, Co. Kilkenny. CE. New Plot. 752.

WOODS, Pte. Jeremiah, 15135. Royal Irish Regt. transf. to (406886) Clearing Office, Labour Corps. 9th Oct., 1918. Husband of M. E. Woods, of 135, Townsend St., Dublin. RC. 575.

WORSLEY-WORSWICK, 2nd Lt. Basil Henry. 2nd King Edward's Horse. 29th April, 1916. Age 35. Son of Major William Worsley-Worswick of Normanton Hall, Leicestershire RC. (Officers Sect) Grave 5.

WRIGHT, Worker, M., 52954. Q.M.A.A.C. 4th Sept., 1919. Daughter of Mrs. E. Wright, of Sidney Lodge, Cork. Cork Mem.

WRIGHT, Pte. William Thomas Percy, 4985. 2nd/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regt. 28th April, 1916. CE. 644.

WYLD, Pte. George, 5430. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 26th April, 1916. CE. 619.

YOUNG, Capt. Benjamin Poyntz. Royal Army Medical Corps. 6th Nov., 1916. Age 60. Husband of Anne Young, of 17, Sandymount Rd., Dublin. Screen Wall. Buried in Drumcondra (St. George's) Burial Ground, Dublin City.

YOUNG, Pte. Sidney Leonard, 8419. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Killed in action 25th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of Mrs. Nellie Young, of 75, Eversley Rd., Small Heath, Birmingham. CE. 806.

UNIDENTIFIED.

TWO UNIDENTIFIED SOLDIERS, drowned from R.M.S. "Leinster", are buried in the Church of England New Plot, graves 741 and 756. In this Cemetery are also buried three men of the 1st Dublin Battalion, Volunteer Training Corps, killed on the 24th April, 1916; Lce. Cpl. R. F. CLEARY (R.C. 478), Pte. HARBOURNE (CE. 652), and Pte. J. HOSFORD (CE. 805).

 

The HIBERNIAN MILITARY SCHOOL CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, DUBLIN CITY, is in the South part of Phoenix Park. It belongs to the Government of Ireland, and it is still in use.

MARTIN, Lce. Cpl. B. L., 20382. 1st Bn. Leinster Regt. 1st March, 1919. Age 30. Son of the late Christopher and Catherine Martin, of St. Mary's Cottage, Martin's Row, Chapelizod, Dublin. 89.

 

KILBARRACK CEMETERY, in the Townland of Sutton, is on the Dublin-Howth road, and belongs to the Dublin Corporation. The old and new grounds adjoin, and the old ground contains the ruins of a Church.

BRADY, Pte. Edward E., 3508. 7th Bn. Leinster Regt. 1st Nov., 1915. Son of James and Mary Brady, of 3, Palace St., Dublin. Old ground, in South-East corner (5103).

BRADY, Pte. M. E., 20. 8th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Manitoba Regt.). Died of pneumonia following wounds (gas) 17th Nov., 1915. Age 27. Son of James and Mary Brady, of 3, Palace St., Dublin. Old ground, in South-East corner (5104).

FELGATE, A.M. III William, 297474. Airship Constrn. Stn. (Pulham), Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. Husband of Annie Felgate, of 9, Springarden Passage, Ballybough Rd., Dublin. New ground (5277).

 

KILGOBBIN OLD CHURCH CEMETERY, near the East side of the road from Dublin to Kilternan and Enniskerry, belongs to the Eastern Health Board. It stands on the North-East side of the old Kilgobbin Churchyard.

LENOX-CONYNGHAM, Major (Bt. Lt. Col.) Hubert Maxwell, D.S.O. D.D.V.S. Fifth Army, Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Mentioned in Despatches. 15th March, 1918. Age 47. Born in Dublin. Son of Col. Sir William and Lady Lenox-Conyngham; husband of Eva Lenox-Conyngham (née Darley), of The Paddocks, Kilsby, Rugby. Served in Somaliland Campaign (mentioned in Despatches). In North-West part.

 

KILLEEK OLD GRAVEYARD, 4km's West of Swords, belongs to the Eastern Health Board, and contains the ruins of an old Church.

McCORMACK, Cpl. J., 275893. 361st Res. Emplt. Coy. Labour Corps. 25th Dec, 1918. Age 46. Son of Mrs. M. McCormack, of 10, Richmond Cottages, Summerhill, Dublin.

 

KILL-OF-THE-GRANGE OLD GRAVEYARD, belonging to the Eastern Health Board is three miles from Dun Laoghaire a little North of the road to Dean's Grange, opposite the entrance to Kill Abbey. It contains a ruined Church.

McDONALD, Pte. John, 10296. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 3rd June, 1915. Age 27. Son of Timothy McDonald, of 5, Crofton Parade, Kingstown. In South-West part, 11ft. West of ruin.

 

LITTLE BRAY (ST. PETER'S) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY, close to the Dublin-Bray road, adjoins St. Peter's Churchyard.

KINSELLA, Pte. J., 4014. Leinster Regt., transf. to (363753) Labour Corps. 16th April, 1919. Age 41. Husband of Margaret Kinsella, of Shankill, Co. Dublin. B. 81. 1.

MULVEY, Pte. William, 19093. 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (228771) 657th H.S. Employment Coy. Labour Corps. 23rd Oct., 1918. Age 36. Husband of Catherine Mulvey, of Casey's Cottages, Green Park Rd., Bray. Ha. 47. 7.

O'CARROLL, Frmn. K., 898499. M.M.R. H.M.S. "Eaglet." 21st Nov., 1918. Son of Mrs. K. O'Carroll, of Bray. D.A. 52.

 

LUCAN NEW CEMETERY, on the road to Esker, belongs to the Eastern Health Board.

CASEY, Rfn. Peter, 8753. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 6th Oct., 1916. Son of Mrs. B. Casey, of 6, Albert St., Clarkmore St., Dublin. RC. 332A (on West boundary).

 

MALAHIDE (ST. ANDREW) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD is on the road to Portmarnock.

BOUCHER, Boy Alfred Henry, 251890. Royal Air Force. 10th Oct., 1918. Son of W. Boucher, of Coastguard Station, Rush, Co. Dublin. Behind Church.

 

MOUNT JEROME CEMETERY, HAROLD'S CROSS, DUBLIN CITY, is near the Grand Canal, facing Harold's Cross Park. It belonged to the General Cemetery company of Dublin from 1835 until 1984 and has now been taken over by a private company; it covers about 20 hectares, and it contains 35 scattered War Dead.

ALLARDYCE, Lt. George Gilmour. 4th Bn. Australian Inf. Died at Oxford, from wounds received in France 18th May, 1918. Age 22. Born in Dublin. Son of George and Janet S. Allardyce, of "Viewmount," Archiestown, Carron-on-Spey, Morayshire. An undergraduate of Trinity College, Dublin. 16. C13587.

BAIRD, Pte. D. H., 24699. Depot, Royal Warwickshire Regt. 21st Jan., 1920. Age 27. Son of Mrs. Mary Jane Baird, of 23, Drumcondra Park, Dublin. 391. A24.

BALL, Lt. Col. Sir Charles Bent, 1st Bart. Royal Army Medical Corps. 17th March, 1916. Age 65. Hon. Surgeon to the King. Son of Robert Ball, LL.D., of Dublin, and Amelia Gresley Ball; married Annie Julia Kinahan. 19/20. C7457.

BALL, Capt. R. G. Royal Army Medical Corps. 3rd Feb., 1920. Age 31. Son of Mrs. Mary Ball, of 28, Waterloo Rd., Dublin. 19/20. C9598.

BATTERSBY, Maj. G. L. 2nd/6th Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 29th Oct., 1919. Age 56. Husband of Eleanor J. Battersby, of 62, Waterloo Rd., Ballsbridge, Dublin. 133. C12953.

BELL, Cpl. William James, 12365. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 1st Nov., 1919. Age 23. Son of William Bell, of 20, Grantham St., South Circular Rd., Dublin. 209. B8.

BOURKE, 2nd Lt. Thomas Leslie. 10th T.D.S. Royal Air Force. Died of injuries 9th Sept., 1918. Son of H. L. Bourke, of 48, Grove Park, Rathmines, Dublin. 237. A87.

BURTENSHAW, Pte. A., SE.30305. Royal Army Vet. Corps. 23rd Jan., 1920. 327. A33.

CAMERON, Lt. E. H. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 27th Aug., 1915. Son of the late Sir Charles Cameron, of Dublin. 116. C13984.

CANHAM, Rth. J. J., 7544. Royal Irish Rifles. 9th Nov., 1918. Age 22. Son of Mrs. W. Canham, of 29, Penrose St., South Lotts Rd., Dublin. 316. A69.

DAVIS, Pte. Philip Douglas, 6864. 12th Bn. Australian Inf. Died of sickness 2nd May, 1917. Age 19. Born at Westbury, Tasmania. Son of Arthur Henry Douglas and Edith Ethel Davis, of Penguin, Tasmania. 290. A8.

ELLIOTT, Cpl., George, 7345. Royal Army Pay Corps. 21st April, 1918. Husband of Sarah Jane Elliott, of 45, Stella Gardens, Sandymount, Dublin. 385. A64.

FARLEY, Matron M. R.R.C. Q.A. Impl. Mil. Nursing Service. 1st June, 1918. 411. A81.

FINNEY, Cpl. James, 62865. Royal Army Medical Corps. 16th April, 1916. Age 50. 411. A44.

FRYDAY, Pte. Neville Nicholas, 140229. 75th Bn. Canadian Inf. (1st Central Ontario Regt.) Died of wounds 30th April, 1916. Age 17. Born at Ballydough Milestone, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. Son of William and Elizabeth A. Fryday, of Mill House, Shankill, Co. Dublin. 276. A101.

HAMMOND, Lt. Col. R. W. Royal Engineers. 26th Aug., 1918. Age 54. Husband of J. S. Hammond, of 21, Pembroke Rd., Dublin. 39. C15314.

HERON, Lce. Cpl. G., 13479. 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, transf. to (488861) Labour Corps. 17th March, 1920. Age 44. Husband of J. Heron, of 25, Ashfield Rd., Ranelagh, Dublin. 220. A43.

HOLDEN, Capt. C. A. N. 2nd Bn. Leinster Regt. 22nd Nov., 1918. 127. C15418.

HUNTER, Maj. Archibald, M.C. 5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders. 10th Oct., 1918. Age 27. Son of Archibald and Elizabeth Hunter, of 214 Merrick Gardens, Ibrox, Glasgow. 25. C15345.

IRWIN, Worker Kate, 51457. Q.M.A.A.C. 23rd Nov., 1918. 330. A14.

ISAAC, Pte. D. H., 14129. 7th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 15th Aug., 1917. Age 33. 237. A4.

JAMES, Pte. M., 8056. 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers. 27th Jan., 1920. Son of M. James, of 43, Upper Wellington St., Dublin. 327. A37.

McGUSTY, 2nd Lt. B. E. 3rd Bn. Leinster Regt. 15th May, 1918. Son of W. McGusty, of Holmpatrick Terrace, Skerries, Co. Dublin. 25. 15246.

MELLETT, Nursing Sister Henrietta. Can. Army Medical Corps., attd. 15th Can. Gen. Hosp. Died in the sinking of R.M.S. "Leinster" 10th Oct., 1918. Age 39. 410. A62.

MEYERS, Capt. H. Deverell. Army Service Corps. 30th Oct., 1918. Age 38. 359. B5.

MURPHY, Capt. G. F. L. Royal Army Medical Corps. 22nd Nov., 1918. 144. C15414.

NEWTON, Lt. J. E. Cheshire Regt. 6th Sept., 1919. 355. B8.

O'GRADY, 2nd Lt. de C. Connaught Rangers. 14th Feb., 1915. 8186 (114).

PARKER, Serjt. W., 16139. 6th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 24th March, 1919. Husband of L. Parker, of 1, Upper Sherrard St., Dublin. 398. A10.

RAMSAY, Capt. Alan Livingstone. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Killed in action 24th April, 1916. Age 26. Son of Daniel Livingstone Ramsay, of The Nurseries, Ballsbridge, Dublin. 2/3. C9345.

REID, Pte. Thomas James, G/237. 1st Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 28th Jan., 1916. Age 45. 397. A34.

RUDDOCK, Cpl. A. D., 13570. 9th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 23rd Sept., 1918. Age 25. Son of Mrs. Harriett E. Ruddock, of 21, Claremont Rd., Sandymount, Dublin. 357. B94.

SESSIONS, Lt. F.H.N. Royal Dublin Fusiliers and Royal Air Force. 5th June, 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. I. F. Sessions, of 4, Castlewood Ave., Rathmines, Dublin. 159. C13378.

WILLIAMS, Spr. Carlyle Woodhouse, 466940. 4th Fortress Coy. Royal Engineers. 22nd Feb., 1920. Husband of Elizabeth A. Williams, of 8, Gardiner Place, Dublin. 411. A7.

WILSON, Rfn. David, 5852. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 24th April, 1916. 275. A12.

 

The ROYAL HOSPITAL CEMETERY, KILMAINHAM, DUBLIN CITY, belongs to the Government of Ireland, and dates (as a military burial ground) from 1700 or perhaps earlier. The Other Ranks' ("O.R.") grounds are on St. John's Road; the Officers' ground is opposite them, across the avenue. A broken shaft in the oldest part of the graveyard is said by some authorities to mark the graves of the son and grandson of Brian Boru, who were killed in the Battle of Clontarf.

BLACKBURNE, Lt. Col. Charles Harold. D.S.O. 5th Dragoon Guards. Drowned in the torpedoing of R.M.S. "Leinster" 10th Oct., 1918. Off. Grd.

BRADFORD, Pte. James Horace, 5617. 2nd/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 5th May, 1916. Age 19. Son of William and Mary Bradford, of Gladstone Terrace, Alfreton, Derbyshire. O.R. Grd.

CHAPMAN, Lce. Cpl. Thomas Henry, 3493. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 27th April, 1916. O.R. Grd.

COYLE, C.Q.M.S. J., 6427. D.C.M. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Killed in action 30th April, 1916. O.R. Grd.

DUGGAN, Rfn. Cornelius, 3/5470. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Killed in action 29th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of Bridget Duggan, of Calhane, Anagry, Co. Donegal. O.R. Grd.

LEEN, Pte. Patrick, GS/16095. 5th Lancers. Died of wounds 1st May, 1916. Age 22. O.R. Grd.

PHILLIPS, Pte. Harry, 8379. 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. Killed in action 25th April, 1916. Age 23. Son of Wintour Tom and Mary Ann Phillips, of Rosebank Cottage, Whitminster, Glos. O.R. Grd.

WARNER, Pte. Arthur, 4643. 2nd/8th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 27th April, 1916. Age 19. Son of Arthur and Gertrude Warner, of Sanatorium Lodge, Mansfield, Notts. O.R. Grd.

 

SKERRIES CEMETERY, in the parish of Holmpatrick and the main street of Skerries, adjoins St. Patrick's (C. of I.) Churchyard. It belongs to the Eastern Health Board. In the North-East (far left) part, against the North wall, an unidentified rating of the Royal Navy was buried on the 18th March, 1918.

 

TALLAGHT (ST. MAELRUAN) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD is 11 km. South-West of Dublin. In the South-East part are buried:-

DELAP, Rfn. H., 2685. 7th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. 25th July, 1918. Age 22. Son of William Delap, of Bohernabreena, Tallaght.

FORDE, Pte. C., 11114. Irish Guards. 24th Jan., 1920. Age 24. Son of Charles and Mary Forde, of Oldbawn, Talkght.

HEARNE, Lce. Cpl. James, 13983. 8th (K.R.I.) Hussars. 19th March, 1915. Husband of Mrs. A. Hearne, of 16, Charlemont Villas, Ranelagh Rd. Dublin.

 

Reprinted by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Maidenhead 1987.

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