19032 Private James BRENNAN. 2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Killed in action 16th August 1917.
19093 L/Sgt William Mulvey 9 Battalion and was at Hulluch.
19108, Private Thomas MORGAN, 9th Battalion, b. Dublin, e. Dublin, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,
19115 Private T Wilkinson, 1st Battalion. enlisted Golden Hill. Awarded MM in 1919. London Gazette 17 June 1919
19133 Private John BUTLER. 8th Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 27th April 1916
19168 Corporal William H Dundon 8th Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 27 April 1916
19152 Private William BURY. 1st Battalion Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Cardiff.. Killed in action 21st August 1915. Gallipoli
19193 Pivate J O’Neill, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, July 7, 1917. Born Newbridge.
19207 Private Michael BYRNE. 8th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Patrick and Mary A. Byrne, of 21, Gordon's Place, South Richmond St., Dublin. Killed in action 10th February 1917. Age 19. La Laiterie Military Cemetery
19222 Corporal John William Humfrey HUMPHREYS died 25 April 1916. age 29. buried GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY
19243 Private Patrick DOWLING 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin Born Dublin. Son of James and Elizabeth Dowling, of 5, Seafield Rd., New Ferry, Cheshire. Killed in action 4th May 1918. Age 20 Nieppe-Bois (Rue-Du-Bois) British Cemetery
19250 Private James DALY 9th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Peter and Ellen Daly; husband of Jane Daly, of 6, Phillip's Cottages, Dean's Grange, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Died of wounds 10th August 1916. Age 34 . Chocques Military Cemetery
19251 Private Joseph DEEGAN 9th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Fairview, Co. Dublin. Son of Andrew Deegan, of Donnycarney, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 18th July 1916. Age 27. Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension
19342 Sgt Thomas Joseph Guinane (1896 - 1967) was a Sergeant in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers and holder of the Military Medal; it may also be that he was twice mentioned in dispatches but there is no formal evidence to collaborate this.Thomas was born in Brownstown Co. Kildare and moved to Dublin at some time. He joined the Royal Dublin Fusilisers 1st Batt. on December 20th 1915, serving in France. Family legend has it that it was whilst taking a machine gun post that he was injured and for this he may have been awarded the military medal but there are no surviving formal records from the now disbanded regiment to support this. The award was gazetted in 1919 but may have been the result of action in 1918. The Royal Dublin Fusiliers were disbanded as a regiment in 1922 following the creation of the Irish Free State.After leaving the army in 1919/1920 he settled in the English town of West Bromwich and on May 31st 1924 he married Lily Morris 1903 - 1981. They and had five children two of whom died in childhood (Tom Jr and Lily Jr). Their surviving children Anne, Mary and Shelia were brought up in West Bromwich. During the Second World War he served as Sergeant Major in the Home Guard. His eldest daughter Anne Guinane 1925 - 1981 (later Carless) followed in the family tradition by joining the army and serving as an army driver during the war for leading military figures including Montgomery. Thomas died in February 1967.
19354, Private Peter KEEGAN, 9th Battalion. b. Inchicore, Dublin, e. Dublin, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16,
19388 Private Thomas Ashe, 9th Battalion Born Balbriggan, Co. Dublin. Son of Thomas and Mary Ashe, of Darcystown, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin Enlisted DublinKilled in action 30th November 1916 Age 19 Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery
19461 Private Thomas BEHAN 2nd Battalion Born Dublin Son of Andrew and Mary Behan, of 19, Great Longford St., Dublin Enlisted DublinKilled in action 21st March 1918 Age 21 Pozieres Memorial - Somme
19521 Cpl James Eccles 8th Battalion enlisted in March 1915, entered the french theatre later that year in December 1915. He was 42 when he enlisted and he also records that he did 11 years under the colour (?) and 1 year <something> (could be reserve?). My Grand father was sure that he served as a sergeant major at one point being busted to a lower rank for being drunk.
19527 Private Leo Flanagan killed 29/4/1916 LOOS MEMORIAL
19580 Pvt John MATES 1st Battalion killed on Aug. 07 1915, Helles Memorial, (his brother Patrick was killed on July 15 1916, their parents were from Co. Wicklow)
19583 Private John Slevin 10th Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Killed in action 11 Feb 1917
19630 Thomas Watters
19642 Private Arthur Worrell 10th Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Died of wounds 6 Feb 1917
19690 L/Cpl P Murphy killed 4/5/1916 Lillers Communal Cemetery
19692 Private John Joseph LEAHY, 8th Battalion Husband of the late Mary Pigott (formerly Leahy) Died age 35 on 06/11/1918. Probably a POW from cemetery
19697 L/Cpl Thomas Byrne, Medal card Discharged 6 Nov 1916
19705 Private Christopher GALLAGHER, 8th Battalion. Died 29 April 1916. Age 19. Son of Bernard and Bridget Gallagher, of 63, Bridgefoot St., Dublin. Native of Dublin.
19727 Private W McGONIGLE 6th Battalion Son of Mr. J. McGonigle, of 23, Balfour St., Port Glasgow died 08/10/1918 Prospect Hill Cemetery
19782 Private Francis CAFFREY 7th Battalion Born Little Bray, Co. Dublin, Enlisted Bray, Co. Wicklow. Son of Patrick and Mary Caffrey, of 4, Aberdeen Square, Bray; husband of Mary Ann Caffrey, of Captain's Avenue, Little Bray, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 3rd October 1916. Age 35. Balkans. Struma Military Cemetery - Greece.
19843 Private P McClorey, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, April 14, 1917. Born Kilcock
19852 Private James BYRNE. 9th Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 29th July 1916.
19877 DOYLE, Corporal EDWARD,. "X" Coy. 1st Battalion. died 28th September 1918. Age 21. Son of Michael and Katie DOYLE, of 31 Regent St., Bagenalstown. Co. Carlow.
19894.Company Sergeant Major D DOYLE,, 9th Battalion . died 2nd June 1917. Husband of M DOYLE, of 110 Summerhill, Dublin, III.C.14. LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY - Poperinge, West - Vlaanderen
19931 Private Thomas Byrne, Medal Card.
19956 Private James Bourke, Medal Card discharged 6 Jun 1916