14033.DOYLE, Serjeant, J, 9th Battalion died 16th April 1916.
14045 Private Thomas Byrne Medal card
14051 DOYLE, PRIVATE, A, . 8th Battalion . died 17th September 1916. Age 43. Brother of Elizabeth Duffy, of Rathnew, Co, Wicklow.
14092: WESTON, ALFRED NELSON Rank: Private "B" Coy. 7th Bn. Age: 18 Date of Death: 07/08/1915 Son of Walter James and Mary Arm Eliza Weston, of 177, Wellfield Rd., Streatham, London. Cemetery: GREEN HILL CEMETERY Gallipoli
14135 Private William Boyd Medal card died 16 Aug 1915
14156 Corporal Arthur CROOKSHANK 7th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Resided Towney. Born Towney, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 16th August 1915. Gallipoli
14157 Robert Gascoyne Bourke. 7th Battalion. Arrived Gallipoli 09/08/1915. Wounded twice once in 1915 and 1916. Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant 01/06/1916. Lived at 164 Wilton Avenue, Toronto, Ontario after the war
14165 Private William Sinclair BOYD. Born Dublin. Son of James Saint Clair Boyd and Amelia Boyd, of 22, Mountain View Rd., Rathmines, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. 7th Battalion. Killed in action. 16th August 1915. Age 22. Helles Memorial Gallipoli
14176 Edmond Cecil Bourke Educated at the Diocesan School, Dublin. 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Arrived Gallipoli 09/08/1915. Commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Later commissioned as a Lieutenant. Lived at 48 Grove Park Rathmines after the war (this was the family home after the war).
14185 Lance Corporal Charles E. DOWSE 7th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Resided Monkstown. Son of John C. and J. Henrietta Dowse, of Seafield Lodge, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 16th August 1915. Age 21 Helles Memorial Gallipoli
14186 Sergeant Albert Victor Lea 10th Battalion. Born Burton-On-Trent. Residence Dublin. Enlisted Edgeworthstown, Longford. Killed in action 13 Nov 1916
14230 Private Alfred Henry BOYD. 7th Battalion Born Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Resided Blackrock. Enlisted Dublin. Eldest son of William H. and Daisy E. Boyd, of Glensavage, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Gallipoli. Age 19. Helles Memorial. He was killed at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, Turkey on 16th August 1915. Nineteen years and nine months old, he was serving with "D" Company, 7th Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
14247 Private George GRIFFITH, 7th Battalion British War and Victory Medals, 1914-15 Star. Griffith). first saw active service in the Balkans, entering that theatre of operations on 20/7/1915 (the 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers landed at Mudros on 20/7/1915, and subsequently took part in the Suvla Bay landings, 7/8/1915). Medal Index Card confirms that Griffith later saw service as 2154 Private in the Royal Irish Regiment (the 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers was reduced to cadre status on 6/6/1918, the men of the battalion being disributed among other units). M.I.C. notes Griffith as being discharged and awarded a Silver War Badge (Silver War Badge roll confirms Griffith was discharged on 18/10/1917 due to wounds, and awarded Silver War Badge no 250133). M.I.C. gives Private Griffith's home address as 9 Auburn Street, Dublin.
14263 Private J KELLY. Silver War Badge. John Kelly originally enlisted on 24th September 1914 and first saw active service in France and Flanders with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, entering that theatre of war on 20th December 1915. He was discharged from active service on 22nd March 1917 as a result of sickness (also entitled 1914-15 Star and Victory Medal). Private Kelly probably saw service with the 8th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, which was formed in Dublin in September 1914, and landed at Havre in December 1915
14357 Lance Corporal T Roberts 7th Battalion age 28 died 8/10/1918 Guizan Farm cemetery. Son of Charles and Mary Roberts, of Shepton Mallet, Somerset; husband of Elsie Roberts, of Trebanog, Cymmer, Porth (Rhondda), Glam.
14389 Lance Corporal George C. ARTHURS 10th Battalion Born Rathgar, Dublin Son of the late George William and Katharine Arthurs, of 38, Frankfort Avenue, Rathgar, Dublin Enlisted DublinDied of wounds 1st December 1916 Age 26
14391 L/Cpl Charles Anthony Victor JEEVES, MM 7th battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers later 2nd Lt in The Devonshire Regiment attached 1/9th Bn, The Kings (Liverpool Regiment), 165th Brigade, 55th Division, B.E.F. Son of Anthony and May Jeeves of Albert Park Road joined a Chums company of the 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers shortly after the outbreak of war and landed at Gallipoli on 9th August 1915. He transferred to the Salonika front in November, he was wounded, and in September 1916 was again wounded while trying to get a mortally wounded Major to safety. For his bravery on that occasion he was awarded the Military Medal.
He was given a commission on 26th June 1917, and went to France attached to the 1/9th Liverpool Regiment. A sympathetic letter from his Colonel says: "Although he had only lately joined this Battalion he gave every promise of turning out an excellent officer, and needless to state, I am very sorry to lose him, especially as he was a tried man and had done such good work in the past."
14438 Private Christopher BRENNAN. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. 8th Battalion. Killed in action 9th September 1916
14472 Pte. Edward Carroll RDF
14480 Private Matthew CONNOLLY 8th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Stepson of Mrs. Mary Connolly, of 29, South Cumberland St., Dublin. Killed in action 27th April 1916. Age 25. Loos Memorial
14492 Private Joseph BRENNAN. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. 10th Battalion. Died of wounds 30th March 1918
14514 Private Francis O'Frill killed age 32 on 29/4/1916 Loos Memorial
14523 Lance CorporalJohn Sullivan 1st Battalion W Company. Son of Bridget Sullivan, of Borris, Co. Carlow, and the late Michael Sullivan. age 22. died 03/06/1918. Ploegsteert Memorial
14537 Private Daniel BAZIERE Born Dublin Son of Lewis and Kate Baziere, of 7, Plunkett's Cottage, Sandwich St., Dublin Enlisted Dublin 9th Battalion Killed in action 7th June 1917 Voormezeele Enclosure No.3 - Ieper, West-Vlaanderen - Belgium. Age 2114559 Lance Corporal, John GALLAGHER, 8th Battalion Died 7 September 1916. Age 44. Husband of Mary Gallagher, of 13, St. Augustine St., Dublin.
14560 L/Corporal Henry Harrison 10th Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Belfast. Killed in action 15 Apr 1917
14596 Corporal Thomas DEVINE 2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Resided Lucan, Co. Dublin. Born Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow. Killed in action. 1st July 1916
14610, Private Michael RAFFERTY, 9th Battalion. b. Dublin, e. Dublin, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,
14620 Private Francis CAFFREY 8th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 6th September 1916.
14626 Private John BUTLER. Born Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Resided Dun Laoghaire. Enlisted Dublin. 1st Battalion. Killed in action 29th June 1915. Gallipoli
14646 L/Sergeant Charles Arthur Findlater, 10th Battalion. Born Dublin, Resided Dublin, Enlisted Blackrock. KIA 13 Nov 1916
14675 Private John Fitzpatrick 8th or 9th Battalion John Fitzpatrick first saw active service in France, entering that theatre of operations on 20/12/1915 (the 8th and 9th Battalions Royal Dublin Fusiliers, part of 48th Brigade, 16th Irish Division,both landed at Havre in December 1915)
14705 Sergeant R HEALY awarded BCM for gallantary in rescuing the wounded his wife resisded at 35 Hardwick Street and his Father at 7 Lower Domnick Street.
14711 Private John BRIEN. 2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Husband of Anne Brien, of 3, Bargy Rd., East Wall, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.. Died 26th October 1917. Age 26. Grangegorman Military Cemetery - County Dublin
14761 Lt W J Mount (commissioned from the ranks - see 10th battalion) became a POW
14775 Lance-Corporal Edward Gray, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded. Born Rathgar, Naas. Awarded a Parchment Certificate for gallantry. (No date given, when wounded – Rathgar or Rathasker, Naas ).
14779 RSM John Scott HENDERSON was in the Balkans and then with the 10th Battalion in April 1916 during Easter Rising Mentioned in Dispatches in London Gazette 25 May 1917. Commissioned in June 1918 into RASC and survived the war.
14789 Private Walter D'Ancie APPLEYARD. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. 7th Battalion Killed in action. 16th August 1915. Was employed in the Irish Land Commission. Enlisted and left for the Dardanelles with D Coy. 10 July, 1915, arriving at Gallipoli 6 .Aug. and landing at Sulva Bay on Saturday, the 7th iitst. The moment they landed the troops were in action, and D Coy. leading they advanced over the open plain a target for heavy shell fire and snipers, at evening driving the Turks out at the point of the bayonet and capturing Chocolate Hilli. Private .Appleyard escaped without a scratch, though a bullet passeil through the leg of his trousers. Later he was with three or four men in a small post without ammunition ; the enemy were throwing bombs on them. It was while throwing back these bombs that he was shot through the heart, 16 Aug. 1915. on the ridge Kizlar Dagh. He was buried in Gallipoli at the foot of Dublin Hill (Hill 5:i) : . Letters from his comrades are unanimous in extolling his bravery, devotion to duty. self-sacriflce, and good comradeship. His brother. George, is now (1916) serving with the Leinsters at the Front.Gallipoli
14795 joined as a Private promoted 20 Jan 1918 to temp 2nd Lt William Jackson, 1st Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, attached 23rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, who was killed in action on 30th September 1918.
14801 Private Robert R. Evans 10th Battalion. Born Dublin . Resided Dublin. Killed in action 15 Apr 1917
14821 Private Charles BYRNE. 2nd Battalion.Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Mary and Patrick Byrne; husband of Anna Maria Byrne, of 6, Niall St., Dublin. Died of wounds 31st May 1918. Age 22. Aire Communal Cemetery - Pas De Calais
14890 Private Thomas Byrne, Medal card
14899 Private Edward John Drew 2nd Battalion Son of Joseph and Harriet Drew died 07/10/1918 Age: 26 PROSPECT HILL CEMETERY, GOUY
14901 George Clark. 9th Battalion. His medal card says the theatre of war fist entered in was balkans ,which i think must be Gallipoli . Date of entry 9 8 1915. he was badly injured and got a silver war badge .
14940 Corporal Ralph READ, 9th Battalion, b. Downton, Wilts, e. Salisbury, , CPL., Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16, FORMERLY 12140, WILTS REGT.
14960 Private Arthur Frederick PURNELL 5th Battalion 0233 in 6th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. Then transferred to Royal Dublin Fusiliers 5th Battalion. Medals & Awards BWM, VIC, 14/15 Star. 26/10/1915 Arrived 2(B) (Gallipoli). Presumed wounded and transferred to the 6th Battalion before RDF at a later date. Listed on the 1918 voters list (a NM), Widham. Name on Remembrance list in St Mary`s.