13012 Private Micheal John Fisher he came from Kilmacanogue,Co wicklow, Enlisted in St.Helens England with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers went to the Gallipoli 7th August 1915 & Date of Death: 09/08/1915 on Helles Memorial

13081 Corporal Joseph CONNOLLY. 6th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 4th October 1916. Balkans

13085 Private Thomas BROGAN, Born Dublin. 6th Battalion. Son of Thomas and Bridget Brogan, of 6, Usher's Island, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died 27th September 1916. Balkans. Age 18. Addolorata Cemetery - Malta.

13086 Private Francis CARROLL 6th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin . Killed in action 9th August 1915. Gallipoli

13104 Private Patrick DONOVAN 6th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 9th August 1915

13130 Private James Nulty, 9th Battalion A company, e. St. Helens, r. Prescot, Relative of 22600 Pte. Francis HEGARTY. died on 9th September 1916 at Ginchy, aged 36. James was married to Bridget Nulty and lived at 6, Hill Street, Prescot, Lancashire (now Merseyside). They had no children. He was the eldest son of the late Patrick Nulty and Catherine (nee Skelly). James was my grandad’s “big brother”, and had joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers as his father, Patrick, was originally from Dublin.

13143 Private Thomas Roscoe 10th Battalion. Born Little Neston, Cheshire. Residence St. Helens. Enlisted Parkgate, Cheshire. Killed in action 21 Nov 1917

13227 Francis McVey . His age at the time was 34 when he enlisted at Naas in County Kildare... 5/9/1914. He hailed from Holytown in Lanarkshire Scotland.

13232 Private Alexander CANTY 9th Battalion Born Dublin Resided Mossend. Enlisted Uddingston. Killed in action 7th September 1916

13282 Private Thomas DODDS 6th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Died of wounds 8th September 1915. Gallipoli

13304 Private Edward BROE. 6th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Husband of Mrs. B. Broe, of 26, Whitefriar St., Dublin.. Died of wounds 26th November 1916. Balkans.Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery

13356 Private Peter BURKE Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Motherwell. 6th Battalion. Died of wounds 8th September 1915. Gallipoli

13358 Sergeant Arthur Quinn 6th or 7th Battalion subsequently as 1038 Private Royal Irish Fusiliers, 89989 Private Liverpool Regiment, and was subsequently promoted Sergeant. Quinn first saw service in the Balkans, embarking for that theater of operations on 10/7/1915 (both the 6th and 7th Battalions Royal Dublin Fusiliers set sail from Devonport for the Mediterranean on 11/7/1915). Quinn survived the war, and his Medal Index Card notes that he was "demobd" (presumably after the cessation of hostilities). Also entitled 1914-15 Star and Victory Medal

13386 Corporal Patrick Murphy, 9th Battalion , b. Bray, Co. Wicklow, e. Kilsyth, r. Bray, killed 9/9/1916 aged 42 TERLINCTHUN BRITISH CEMETERY, WIMILLE

13390 Private Thomas Byrne, Medal card Died of Wounds 24/5/1916

13415 Private Henry BYRNE. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Motherwell. 6th Battalion. Killed in action 9th August 1915. Gallipoli

13422 Private M LENNON 29/11/1915 6th Battalion - buried in a miliary cemetery in Istanbul could have been a POW

13433 L/Cpl , Richard George.Wright , R.D.Fusiliers: 6th Bn. Age: 22 Date of Death: 09/12/1915

13448 Private Joseph BRADY. Born Dublin . Enlisted Dublin. 9th Battalion. Died of wounds.16th September 1916

13456 Private Patrick CULLEN 6th Battalion Enlisted Dublin Born Dublin. Killed in action 6th September 1915. Gallipoli

13471 Private Matthew DEMPSEY 6th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Lucan, Co. Dublin. Died 6th April 1917. Balkans

13513 Sergeant Thomas Michael W MALONEY 1st Battalion, later 6 and 8th Battalions Queen’s South Africa Medal, 4 clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith, Laing’s Nek, officially impressed 3996 Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers) Thomas Michael Maloney was born in the parish of Camberwell, London, and originally enlisted on 3rd February 1891. At the time of enlistment he was 18 years and 9 months old, gave his trade as that of labourer, and confirmed that he had previously seen service in the Militia with the 4th Battalion East Surrey regiment. Maloney was subsequently posted for service with the 2nd Battalion on 15th November 1892. He was promoted Lance Corporal 8th April 1896, Corporal 23rd February 1897 and Lance-Sergeant 5th March 1898. Maloney transferred to the Army Reserve in December 1898, but volunteered for a further term of service on 7th July 1899, reverting to the rank of Corporal and being posted for service with the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers. After the end of the Boer War he regained the rank of Sergeant, but on 26th October 1902 he was tried by court-martial, and was sentenced to be reduced to Private for going absent on 1st November 1902. The sentence was, however, remitted on 7th November 1902. Maloney was discharged for the second time on the termination of his engagement on 2nd February 1903. During Maloney’s initial 12 years term of engagement he saw service at home from 3.2.91 to 14.11.92, in the East Indies from 15.11.92 to 17.5.97, in South Africa from 18.5.97 to 29.11.98, at home from 30.11.98 to 9.11.99, in South Africa from 10.11.99 to 10.11.00, and at home from 11.11.00 to 2.2.03. Service papers give Maloney’s next of kin as his father, Thomas Maloney, 15 Crown Street, Avenue Road, Camberwell, London.Maloney rejoined the colours following the outbreak of the First World War, on 8th September 1914. At the time of re-enlistment, Maloney was 40 years of age and gave his trades as those of Telephone Lineman and Builder’s Labourer (Scaffolder). He was posted for service with the 6th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers on 10th September 1914, being promoted 13513 Sergeant the same day, and landed with the 6th Battalion at Suvla Bay on 7th August 1915. Maloney was promoted Colour Sergeant and Company Quartermaster-Sergeant on 9th April 1915. He was subsequently invalided and hospitalized for a time in Alexandria, eventually being evacuated to England aboard the hospital ship Essequibo on 12th December 1915. On 16th March 1917 Maloney was posted for service with the 8th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers in France, with the rank of Company Quartermaster Sergeant, but reverted to Sergeant at his own request on 5th March 1917. Maloney was hospitalized again on 6th November 1917, but afterwards was posted for service with the 1st Battalion in France, on 16th August 1918. After the cessation of hostilities he was granted 14 days leave, from 29th December 1918, but eventually extended his leave and was demobilized whilst on leave in the UK on 23rd February 1919. Maloney was subsequently awarded a disability pension, as a result of rheumatism and heart trouble, the effects of active service, his disability being assessed at 30 percent (subsequently downgraded to 10 percent). Service papers confirm total active service during WW1 comprised 4 months in Gallipoli and 1 year and 9 months in France (also entitled 1914-15 Star trio).Service Papers confirm that there was some confusion as to Maloney’s service number, one entry having his regimental service number corrected from “3996” to “3994”. This confusion can also be seen on the Medal Roll, where Maloney’s regimental number is given as 3994 (although his rank, initials and surname are given correctly as Corporal T.W. Maloney).

13522 Private Hugh COLEMAN 3rd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Husband of A. Coleman, of 23, Upper Kevin St., Dublin. Died 21st April 1916 at Home Grangegorman Military Cemetery

13524 Private Joseph Purcell 10th Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 22 Apr 1917

13553 CQMS William Mangan 6th Battalion he was also in the dublins in the boer war 1st batt 6236 .I have his medals which were donated to me two years ago, [thats a one in a million chance story in itself] he had qsa,ksa, trio, msm [immed] awarded at salonica.

13692 Private James DEMPSEY. 9th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Patrick Dempsey, of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. Father of Mrs. Margaret Furey, of 2, Eugene St., Dublin. Killed in action 31st March 1916. Age 38. Bois-Carre Military Cemetery

13768 Private Nicholas DAREY. 9th Battalion Enlisted Dublin Born Dublin. Killed in action 4th June 1916

13777 Private John RAWSON, 9th Battalion, b. Dublin, e. Dublin, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,

13781 DOYLE, Private, PETER,. "D" Coy. 9th Battalion,. 16th August 1917. Age 32. Son of Sarah DOYLE, of Ball Alley, Wicklow, and the late John DOYLE.

13790 Corporal R.A. Semmence, 6th Battalion, POW see 6th battalion Later 2nd Lt

13797 Private William C. COLLINS 2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds 7th October 1918

13811 Thomas Leslie Bourke Born Dublin 12/08/1896 Educated at the Diocesan School, Dublin Aged 16 he joined the 1st City of Dublin Cadets Enlisted 05/08/1914 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers Arrived Gallipoli 09/08/1915 Wounded 1915. Commissioned to the Royal Air Force 01/04/1918 as an instructor Died 9th September 1918 from injuries received in an accident caused by his machine swerving and colliding with a hangar in an aerodrome. Died in Norwich Hospital. Buried Mount Jerome Cemetery in Dublin. Lived at 48 Grove Park Rd, Rathmines as did another RDF Bourke.

13821 Private Herbert Grace, enlisted September 1914,He was a Lance-Corporal with the 7/RDFs, then Corporal and Acting-Sergeant with the 4/RDFs and seems to have joined the 2/RDFs as a Lance-Sergeant.a note of his transfer from the 4/RDFs to the 2/RDFs in August 1917

13974 L/Cpl Michael DONNELLY, 9th Battalion. b. Worcester, e. Cardiff, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16

13996 Sergeant John BYRNE. 4th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Husband of Bridget Bradley, of 2, Courtney Place, Ballybough Rd., Dublin. Died 7th June 1915 at Home. Age 34 Grangegorman Military Cemetery