6068 J. McCarthy
6072 Acting Sergeant Toole.Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, December 2, 1916. Born Newbridge.
6080 Private James CONNOLLY 1st Battalion Born Dublin, Enlisted Dublin. Son of Elizabeth Connolly, of 4, Coombe, Dublin. Died of wounds 9th June 1918. Age 31. Ebblinghem Military Cemetery
6087 Private Charles BRENNAN. 1st Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds 13th May 1918. 1914 Star and bar. Charles Brennan, born in Dublin, originally enlisted in Dublin. Medal Index Card confims service initially in France and Flanders with 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers from 9th October 1914 (the 2nd Dublins had originally landed as a unit at Boulogne on 22nd August 1914, and Brennan's arrival just two months after the outbreak of war indicates that he was probably a pre-war regular recalled for service on the outbreak of the war). Brennan subsequently saw service in France with 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers and died of wounds in France on 13th May 1918. Private Brennan was probably a casualty of the German bombardment with gas shells of the rear position where the 1st Dublins were located on 11th May 1918, the regimental history recording that the German artillery obtained numerous direct hits on company billets that night, leaving 6 men killed, 11 wounded and 231 gassed, many of the latter dying later from the effects of the gas, which was of a particularly nasty type, causing severe burns and blistering.Private Brennan is buried in Ebblingham Cemetery, grave refe
6094 WO1 Dudley Hanley Born Roscommon, enlisted 17th of June 1897 at Curragh Camp, Kildare. His father Roderick lived in Dollymount Tce. Dublin, served through the Boer War and was wounded, served as an Instructor during WW1 and did not leave Ireland. Went to live in Derby, England after WW1
6128 Private Christopher BYRNE. 2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 26th April 1915
6137 Private Peter DOLAN 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin Born Dublin. Killed in action 1st July 1916.
6143 Private M. Kelly, Queens South Africa Medal, two clasps, Talana and Relief of Ladysmith, named to Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Taken prisoner at Colenso, 15th December 1899, later released. Invalided to England, April 1900.
6183 Private J SMITH 1st Battalion Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing's Nek
6214 Lce cpl W Gleeson served in ww1 and died 11/10/1918 . LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY
6236 William Mangan in the boer war 1st Battalion . He had qsa,ksa, trio, msm [immed] awarded at Salonica.13553 6th Battalion CQMS in WW1
6284 Private William CUNNINGHAM 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Monkstown, Co. Dublin. Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Cunningham, of 9, Northcote Avenue, Kingstown, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 29th September 1918. Age 33. Hooge Crater Cemetery - Ieper,
6381 Private P McKEARNAN Queen's South Africa Medal, 2 clasps, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal
6410 Lance Corporal Charles AUTHORS 9th Battalion Born Dublin Son of Mrs. Annie Authors, of 4, Waters Cottage, Golden Bridge, Inchicore, Dublin Enlisted DublinKilled in action 23rd July 1916 Age 30 Loos Memorial
6583 Sergeant James Andrew BYRNE. 8th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action 9th September 1916
6588 Sergeant Robert Flood 5th Battalion during the Easter Risin. Born London circa 1884, joined RDF in 1899. During the Easter Rising waas tried for murder by court martial, and acquitted. He was later killed 9th May 1917 as CSM. R. Flood. It seems that after he was acquitted in 1916 he was moved from the RDF to the Royal Berkshire Regiment. From the Irish Times William John Rice, a night clerk in the Guinness brewery along with a Lieut. A. Lucas of the 2nd King Edward’s Horse Regiment, was shot dead at his place of work, by members of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers on Friday, April 28th. It appears the two men, Lucas and Rice, were making their nightly round of the brewery buildings when they were challenged by very nervous and jumpy Royal Dubliners. The soldiers later claimed they had caught Sinn Feiners infiltrating the brewery premises, and shot them. Another officer and a civilian brewery employee, Lieut. Worswick and Mr. Dockeray also a Guinness worker were shot dead around the same time at the Guiness Brewery, on 28th April. . These deaths caused considerable concern as the victims were known not to have any sympathy with the rebel cause. Company Quartermaster Sergeant Robert Flood was subsequently court-martialled for the first two deaths. In evidence for the defence it was argued that Lucas and Rice had shown signs of Sinn Fein sympathies. The judge was quick to point out that no such evidence had been produced in the case of Lucas. The Managing Director of Guinness issued a statement saying, on behalf of the company, that neither Rice nor Dockeray was in any way connected with the Sinn Fein rebellion. In the event the accused man was acquitted. The result was received with applause in the court. The Weekly Irish Times reported having devoted much space to an issue which, like the shooting of Francis Sheehy Skeffington, clearly troubled many of its readers.
6612, GALLAGHER, Private, CHRISTOPHER, 7th Battalion . Drowned at sea (from H.T. "Aragon") 30 December 1917.
6618 Private P CONNOLLY Queen's South Africa Medal, 4 clasps, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing's Nek
6641 Private J JORDAN 1st Battalion Queen's South Africa Medal, 3 clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, Laing's Nek, officially impressed (Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers). Casualty Roll, which confirms Private Jordan as "missing" in action near Tweefontein, 25/10/1901. The Casualty Roll notes that he subsequently re-joined his battalion.
6643 Private John CARRUTHERS. 2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Mrs. M. Carruthers, of Gorthlum, Brittas, Co. Dublin. Killed in action 3rd May 1915. Menin Gate Memorial
6662 Stephen Filbey 1st Battalion for his entire military career from enlistment as a band boy at age 15 to the disbandment of the regiment in '22. He was one of only 22 Gallipoli Landing survivors who made it through the war! He served in India, Sudan, Gallipoli, and on the Western Front.
6713 Private. Jas. Wilson, a returned prisoner debriefing from WO161 makes extensive mention of the recruitment methods at Limburg and gives a lot of details about some of the men who joined the Irish Brigade.
6745 Sergeant Henry HARE. . 5th Battalion died 26 April 1916 age 40 Grangegorman Military Cemetery Easter Rising
6745 Pte Martin Walsh of the 2nd Battalion has same number. Killed 01/06/1917
6755 Private Christopher CLYNCH 8th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Maryborough. Resided Dublin. Husband of E. Kinsella (formerly Clynch), of 13, Lower Gardiner St., Dublin. Died of wounds 30th July 1916. Age 28. , Bethune Town Cemetery
6766 Sergeant William Henry Marshall 10th Battalion. Born York. Residence Accrington. Enlisted Preston. Died 7 Mar 1917
6772 Serjeant T GALLAGHER,, 6th Battalion Died 8 October 1915.
6776 Private Joseph Shine Medal card show him POW Entered war zone 14 Sept 1914.
6870 Private John Lee. 1st Battalion. he was born Manchester, enlisted Naas and resided Dublin, theatre of war was Gallipoli. fell in action on 28th April 1915 at Gallipoli
6874 Lance Sergeant Thomas BURKE. 1st Battalion.Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Maryborough. Son of Mrs. Margaret Burke, of 14, Hanover St., Dublin.Killed in action 29th June 1915 Gallipoli. Age 26. Helles Memorial - Turkey
6887 Private Thomas DONOHOE 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Denis and Hannah Donohoe, of 75, Dominick St., Dublin. Died of wounds 24th June 1918. Brookwood Military Cemetery - Surrey
6892 C.Q.M.S. Alexander Manson 10th Battalion. Born Wick, Caithness. Resided Wick. Died of wounds 17 Feb 1917.
6897 Private Patrick Connor 10th Battalion. Born Skryne, Meath. Residence Naas. Died 19 Mar 1918
6906 Private Patrick BURKE. 2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Husband of Margaret Burke, of 13, Coombe St., Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Killed in action 24th May 1915. Age 28. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
6953 Private Jeremiah BARNES 2nd Battalion Born Dublin Son of Patrick and Lizzie Barnes, of 4, Hanover Lane, Francis St., Dublin; husband of Bridget Barnes, of 2, Storey's Villa, School St., Dublin Resided Dublin Enlisted MaryboroughKilled in action 24th May 1915 Age 31 Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
6968 Private John DOHERTY 2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action 12th April 1915
6979 Private Thomas O’Neill,2nd Battalion.Died at Curragh Camp (from anaesthetic), June 21, 1915. Born Edinburgh. Residence Glencorse.