15035 Cpl Herbert Kington 1st Battalion killed in action 3 Jun 1918 aged 21

15079 Private William CHAMPMAN 9th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 6th April 1916

15132 Private James KELLY, 9th Battalion. b. Newtown, Co. Wicklow, e. Dublin, r. Kildrain, Co. Wicklow, Died of wounds, France& Flanders, 09/09/16

15134 Private Thomas BURTON. 9th Battalion Born Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Resided Dun Laoghaire. Son of James Burton, of 55, Dominick St., Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.. Killed in action 6th September 1916. Age 20. Thiepval Memorial

15148 Private James Forsythe died 7/5/1916 buried BOIS-CARRE MILITARY CEMETERY

15149 Sergeant Joseph BYRNE. 1st Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 1st July 1916

15151 Private John DONNELLY, 9th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin, Killed in action 2nd December 1916

15183 Lance-Corporal J Doran, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, October 28, 1916. Born Naas.

15208 Lance Corporal Joseph CORRIGAN. 9th Battalion. Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 9th September 1916.

15230 Private George Arthur Paginton 7th Battalion. Died 16/08/1915 at Dardanelles Age 28 Job Labourer, Shop No 1 Dept Locco / Carr. Son of Louisa Paginton, of 4, Telford Rd., Rodbourne, Swindon, and the late George Paginton. .HELLES MEMORIAL. Enlisted: Swindon. Lived: Purton. Occupation: Formerly employed by the GWR Company in Swindon as a labourer in No1 shop of the locomotive and carriage department. Medals & Awards BWM, VIC, 14/15 Star. 09/08/1915 Arrived in (2B) Balkans (Gallipoli).

15290 Private Frederick William Edwards 10th Battalion. Formerly 663, Wilts Regt. Born Gelligaer, Glamorgan.Residence Caerphilly. Enlisted Gelligaer. Died of wounds 5 Feb 1917

15344 Colour Sergeant William G. Bastin, 9th Battalion, later Colour Sergeant (service no. 26622) of the 7th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment. His first commendation for bravery was awarded while the 9th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, as part of the 16th (Irish) Division, were preparing for the Battle of Langemarck (commenced 16th August 1917). This letter was apparently written while the battalion was resting: the 16th Division had suffered so many casualties from the Spring Offensives that it had to be returned to England on 18th June 1918 for a thorough rest and refit. It is to his sister Mabel - written from a French farmhouse in May 1918. He is also mentioned in a later dispatch from Field Marshall Haig on 16th March 1919 as then being in the 7th Batallion of the Royal Irish Regiment.

15427 Christopher Chamber. served at the Somme with the RDF and later with the Labour Corps. His regimental numbers were 15427 and then 61735. His date of entry was 19th December 1915. He received the Victory Medal, 15-Star Medal and the British Medal.

15433 Private Robert DOYLE. 8th Battalion. Died 16th April 1917. Age 26. Son of Robert and Jane Doyle, of 695, Lower Palmerston St. Lawrence, Chapelizod, Co, Dublin.

15510 Private M Byrne, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded (maybe killed), October 21, 1916. Born Athy. (No further reports to confirm that M. Byrne was killed).

15547 Sergeant James BYRNE 9th Battalion. . Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Husband of Mary Byrne, of 70, Harty Place, Clanbrassil St., Dublin. Died 25th February 1915 at Home Age 48

15548 Corporal Daniel DEMPSEY 9th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin. Died 22nd January 1915. Home

15552 Corporal Thomas BYRNE. 9th Battalion Native of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin. Resided Greenock. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Michael and Mary Byrne, of 67, Regent St., Greenock. Died of wounds 1st August 1916. Age 21. Bethune Town Cemetery

15579 Private John SHANNON, 9th Battalion b. Sandycove, Co. Dublin, e. Dublin, r. Ashford, Co. Wicklow, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16

15601 Private Thomas BYRNE. 9th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds 30th July 1916

15602 Private Joseph BYRNE. 2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Resided Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 1st March 1918

15634 Private William Douglas POW

15651 Charley Crowther from Halifax, served in the KOYLI's for about 25 years. He enlisted in or about 1887/8. As far as I know he left about 1912. By this time he was married to my Grandmother from Dublin. In 1914 he joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers where he was Co. Sergeant Major. He left the 'Dubs' in 1919. He spent the rest of his life in Dublin and died in 1954.

15654 L/Cpl William Douglas POW 8th battalion

15673 L/Cpl J Flanagan killed 9/9/1916 GUARDS' CEMETERY, LESBOEUFS

15694 Private Sidney Charles Miles 1st Battalion.

15717 Sergeant Edward WALL, 9th Battalion. b. Tullow, Co. Carlow, e. Dublin, r. Carlow, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,

15730 Private Thomas Byrne Medal card

15791 Private William BYRNE 8th Battalion Born Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 8th September 1916

15794 Lance Sergeant William CROWLEY 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Rathmines, Dublin. Son of Mrs. Rosanna Crowley; husband of Mary Crowley, of 57, Lower Dominick St., Dublin. Killed in action 29th March 1918. Age 30. Awarded Military Medal. Pozieres Memorial

15784 Private Bernard Colgan 9th Battalion died 24/4/1916. Bernard Colgan born in Dublin 1880 According to his medal card he was killed in action on the 21st April 1916. He enlisted in Dublin in 1915. He was 36 (38 CWGC records) when he was killed. He left a widow Ellen and two children John aged 7 and Mary aged 5, that is their probable ages, they lived in 2 Ormond Market, Dublin. He entered the theatre of war in France on the 19th of December 1915. Son of John and Margaret Colgan, of Dublin; The photograph was then by The Franco Art Co they had various address in Dublin. Buried Bois-Carre Military Cemetery

15829 Private Frederick Ennis Boyd Medal card Commissioned 18 Dec 1916 as 2nd Lt in RDF. Died 7 Apr 1919

15586 Cpl John Grant, Medal card shows entered Balkans 9 Aug 1915, discharged 11 Dec 1916

15893 Sergeant John PENNY, 9th Battalion b. Lambeth, Middx., e. Finsbury Bks, Middx., r. Leyton, Essex,, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16 .

6/15930 Sjt. Richard Ahern, R. Dub. Fus SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 26 APRIL, 1917. His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to award the Meritorious Service Medal. Attested 23-10-1914 , Discharged 27-8-1919. Born "Ballyvergen", Cork. Father William Ahern, Brothers Patrick and William, Sisters Nora and Bridget. Married to Elizabeth Jane Wood at Naas, 28-5-1894. 8 children. Originally Enlisted 19th April 1887, aged 18 years, 6 months. Previously served in 4th Battalion RDF Regimental Number 2565. Discharges 1909