16033 Private James BROWN. 2nd Battalion. Born Mulhuddart, Dublin. Enlisted Omagh.Killed in action 1st August 1917

16047 Private Michael BYRNE 9th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 7th September 1916

16062 Private John Flanagan, age 27 died 1/7/1916 SUCRERIE MILITARY CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS

16106 Private Michael BENNETT 9th Battalion Born Dublin Resided Dublin Enlisted ManchesterKilled in action 27th April 1916

16126 Private Edward BOYNE. 9th Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds. 9th June 1916

16153 L/Cpl James O'NEILL, 9th Battalion. b. Edinburgh, e. Edinburgh, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16

16171 Corporal, Patrick GALLAGHER, 2nd Battalion., Died 26 April 1915

16177 Sergeant S FYNNOTT, Mentioned in Dispatches 25 May 1917

16190 Private Patrick BYRNE 8th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 4th January 1916

16216 Private Edward DELANEY 8th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 1st July 1916

16217 Private M Donohoe, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, 1916. Born Naas.

16219 Sergeant Thomas George DOBBS 8th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Joseph and Georgina Dobbs, of 2, Wellesley Place, Russell St., Dublin. Killed in action. 6th April 1916. Age 21. Loos Memorial

16239 Private Herbert Butler.

16294 Private John Watson 10th Battalion. Born Kilcock, Kildare. Resided Naas. Died 30 Oct 1918

16327 Private Robert Dawson POW

16350 Private J Burke Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, July 21, 1917. Born Naas.

16351 Private Philip CONNOR. 8th Battalion Born Sandyford, Co. Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Bray. Killed in action 29th April 1916.

16369 William Dunne died 08/10/1918 6th Battalion A Company. Age: 39 Son of Peter and Mary Ann Dunne, of Dublin; husband of Catherine Dunne, of 13, Upper Digges St., Dublin.. Prospect Hill Cemetery

16402 Private Edward DOOLEY 6th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of John and Mary Cowran Dooley, of Dublin; husband of Margaret Dooley. Killed in action 9th December 1915. Age 44. Balkans. Doiran Memorial - Greece.

16479 Private C Perry 6th Battalion enlisted from Blackrock. Awarded MM in 1919. London Gazette 17 June 1919

16519 Lance Corporal Patrick BREEN. 8th Battalion. Born Dublin. Husband of Bridget Breen, of 4, Julian Place, North Wall, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Killed in action 27th April 1916. Age 27. Loos Memorial

16548 STLE, Joseph. Age 26. 6th Battalion Killed in Action, 4th September 1916.Grave. Struma Military Cemetery. Born Castle Eden Durham

16553 Private Philip DONOVAN 6th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Glasgow. Killed in action 15th September 1915. Gallipoli

16568 Private P QUINN 6th Battalion died 08/10/1918 Son of Mr. J. Quinn, of 79, Denmark St., Possilpark, Glasgow. Prospect Hill Cemetery

16694 Private George Alderson, 2nd Battalion Husband of Mrs. Hannah SIMPSON (formerly ALDERSON), of 10, Galt St., Thornley, Co. Durham. Born: 1894 South Shields, Co. Durham. Enlisted: Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland. Died: 24-May-1915 Killed in Action aged 21 Memorial: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Panel 44 and 46, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium Second Battle Of Ypres: St Julien, April - May 1915, The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers suffered near annihilation during the second battle of Ypres on the 24th of May 1915. On May 24th, 1915, around 2.45am, the Germans launched a poison gas attack. By 9:30 pm, out of a battalion strength of 666 men, all that remained when the battalion ‘retired’ was one officer and twenty other ranks 'retired' to headquarters. For the record, in just eighteen and three quarter hours, the Dublin Fusiliers had suffered a loss of 645 men who were blown to bits, gassed, or driven insane by the effects of poisonous gas. In the years that followed the ending of the war, many of those who did survive the attack and suffered a gas wound, would die a very slow and painful death from weakened lungs. The German gas attack in the early hours of May 24, was described as being about three miles long and forty feet deep. The Allied troops in the trenches had little hope of escape. The 2nd Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers were serving at the front that night. The gas bleached the grass, blighted the trees and left a 'broad scar of destruction in its wake'. Outside the city of Ypres on the road to Menin, stands the majestic Menin Gate memorial. Engraved on that memorial are 143 names of Dublin Fusiliers belonging to the 2nd Battalion who died on the 24th of May 1915.

16784 Private Thomas Coyne Medal Card

16816 Private Alexander Charles Skinmore Born Whitechaple1875 Married Emma Colley 1898. Brother Charles in Royal Flying Corps
Father poss Edward. Later Pte 119112 Labour Corps. Date of entry into france 03/05/15. His number suggests he was transferred to the Labour Corps in October 1917. 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal all named to 16816 Private A. Skinmore, Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

16952 Private John Berkeley, Medal Card