Name   age   RDF Battalion
9008 Norris, Robert Private     POW on medal card
           
9012 Doyle, James Lance Corporal, 25/5/1915 22 2nd Battalion Son of Jane Doyle, of Ballylusk, Ashford,
           
           
           
9041 Collins, Mark Private 1/7/1916  

2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Glasnevin, Dublin.

           
9048 Summers, Timothy Private     POW on Medal card
           
9050 Brennan, Thomas CSM 22/7/1916  

1st Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Naas

           
9058 Byrne, Joseph Private 16/5/ 1915   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds
           
9062 Comerford, Stephen Private     1st Battalion. Balkans; date of entry, 14 July 1915; discharged 3 May 1916; medals: Victory, British, 1914-1915 Star. Joined in 1915. Within days, he was sent to the Greek island of Lemnos and on to Gallipoli and Suvla Bay. He was among the few survivors evacuated to Thessaloniki. In the severe Greek winter, many of them suffered frostbite, dysentery and other sicknesses. In the summer’s heat of 1916, more came down with malaria and were evacuated from Thessaloniki. Stephen was discharged on 3 May 1916, three days after the Easter Rising ended, and sent back to Dublin. Malaria was life-threatening but life-saving – for a few months at least.
           
9070 Byrne, Thomas Private 1/3/1917   1st Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action
           
9084 Berkley, Christopher Private     2nd Battalion. POW
           
9097 Bray, John Private 16/8/1917 25 9th Battalion. Born Dublin. Son of John and Ann Bray, of 4, Grants Row, Dublin; husband of Minnie Bray, of 30, Wentworth Place, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Tyne Cot Memorial
           
9110 Glennon, Christopher, Private     Survived the war. He served with them before ww1 ( was in India), then re enlisted on the out break of the war, he managed to last the full war & was injured a few times & came home shell shocked & spent the rest of his life in & out of prision & mental homes, when he got his army pension once a month I am told he spent it on whiskey & that made things worst.He would get arrested for fighting, he then hit his landlady with a hachet & that was him in a home for the rest of his life.
           
           
9126 Arkins, Bernard CSM 9th December 1915   6th Battalion Enlisted DublinKIA in Balkans
           
           
           
           
           
9137 Orchard, Patrick Sergeant 23 November 1917   1st battallion.killed in action on in France. He was a drummer and then a sergeant. He was born in Dublin in 1891 and was married when based in Cavan Ireland 1915 to Mary Fitzpatrick. note CWGC gives Royal Irish Fusiliers
           
9149 Casey, Patrick Lance Sergeant 24/5/1915 21 2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Thomas and Rose Casey, of 8, Inns Quay, Dublin Killed in action Menin Gate Memorial .
           
9165 McLoughlin, T Private 30/01/1915   2nd Battalion
           
9189 Bowden, Michael Private 23/05/1918   2nd Battalion died a POW in Limburg camp
9189 Radford, Frederick Private     Medal Card shows Deserted 19 Jan 1917 No Medal.
           
9197 McDonald, Thomas Private     POW on Medal Card
           
9206 Maher, Martin Private 05/03/1915   2nd Battalion Son of Martin and Ellen Maher, of Athy, Co. Kildare. died at Limburg POW Camp
           
9219 Brien, William Corporal 6/6/1915   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Died of wounds
           
9245 Ludford, Michael Sergeant   na he'd been wounded twice
           
           
9249 Condron, John Private 15/6/1915 16

1st Battalion Born Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Resided Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Son of John and Mary Condron, of Oldcourt, Tallaght, Dublin. Killed in action Gallipoli. Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery

           
9266 Perrott, H Sergeant     1st Battalion enlisted Poplar DCM "At St. Louis, in the Courtrai Sector, on the night of 20th/21st October, 1918, he was in command of a platoon advancing through St. Louis. The platoon came under heavy artillery fire. With most of his men casualties he rallied the remainder and maintained an 'advanced position, during the entire night, and although '.under intense shelling, succeeded in evacuating all the wounded men. He displayed marked gallantry and able leadership during the whole attack."
           
           
9310 Brien, Thomas Private 15/6/1915.   1st Battalion. GallipoliBorn Finglas, Co. Dublin. Resided Finglas. Enlisted Dublin.
9311 Collins, James Private 24/5/1915 19 James COLLINS 2nd Battalion Born Glasnevin, Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Mrs. Anne Collins, of 36, Avondale Avenue, Phibsborough, Dublin. Killed in action Menin Gate Memorial.
           
9312 Quigley, T Private     POW Medal Card Gives discharged
9313 Franklin, Thomas Sergeant 15/4/1917   10th Battalion. Born Kilkenny. Resided Kilkenny. Killed in action
           
9325 Campbell, John Private 7/6/ 1917 21 9th Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Patrick and Annie Campbell, of 8, Upper Gloucester St., Dublin. Menin Gate Memorial
9336 Boland, Thomas Lance Corporal 17/8/1917 23 9th Battalion Born Dublin Son of Henry and Mary Boland, of Dublin Enlisted DublinKilled in action Tyne Cot Memorial
           
9345 Weir, J Lance Corporal 21/06/1915 28 2nd battalion Son of Martin Weir, of Henry St., Tullamore, Offaly. Died at Limburg POW Camp. Medal Card gives d1ed POW
           
9352 Duffy, William Private 2nd Battalion  

Posted to France Feb 1915, discharged 1916.France till May 1915 , then he vanishes until october 1915 with Mediterranean expeditionary force, Salonika 1916 were he was wounded and discharged and was given the silver war badge. born dublin 23.03/1890. Lived Faithful Place North Dock Dublin. died 1965.

           
9358 Dowling, Michael Private 1/7/1916   2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action
           
9369 Butler, Michael Private 27/8/1914   2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action
           
9378 Dunne, J Private 10/6/1916   1st Battalion. On the night of the 8th June, 1916, Lt Charles Davies led a bombing party when, according to a Private Dunne, who was the only survivor of the raid, and who himself was to die from his wounds two days later, it came under heavy enemy fire.
           
9385 Butler, Christopher Private 21/31918   2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action
9386 Summers, John Private     KIA
           
9398 Carroll, Christopher Private 18/4/1916   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Mr. J. Carroll, of 89, Upper Church St., Dublin.Bienvillers Military Cemetery
           
9408 Conway, Patrick Private 31/7/1916   9th Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action
           
9429 Byrne, Patrick Private 26/4/1915   1st Battalion Born Dublin, Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action Gallipoli
           
9439 Dooney, Michael Private 10/6/1915 18 2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Dooney, of 6 St. James's Ave. James St., Dublin. Died of wounds, buried in Kilmainham (St. James) Church of Ireland Churchyard, Dublin
           
9441 McDermott, Richard, Private 09/09/16   9th Battalion.b. Dublin, e. Dublin, PRIVATE, Killed in action, France & Flanders,
           
9443 McDonald, Peter Private 26/4/15   Died Medal card
           
9461 Brogan, James Private 27/8/1914   2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Naas.Killed in action
           
9466 Coffey Private     1st Battalion 1st Line Transport "C" Coy driver
           
9478 Kavanagh, Charles J. Private    

87 Charlton St. Grimsby.

           
9480 Byrne, John Private 27/09/1918   Died in Limburg POW Camp before the end of the war. John Byrne, from Athy, who had been a gardener employed by local vet John Holland of Model Farm, like his other comrades from the Royal Dublin Fusiliers he is buried in Niederzwehren Cemetery in Germany. Medal card confirms POW
9480 Tidy, John Private     13 Feb 1917 Medal Card
           
9484 Corcoran, Patrick Lance Corporal 27/8/1914   2nd Battalion Enlisted Naas. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Killed in action
           
9484 Dempsey, John Private 21/5/1915   2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin Born Dublin Killed in action
           
9501 Williams, Henry Private   na also served with the Royal Flying Corps (number 136754) and the Royal Irish Fusiliers (number 19221).
           
9514 McFall, James Private     POW, not on card
           
9516 P, Mooney Private     2nd Battalion. served with the Expeditionary Force in France; killed in action 29 Oct. 1914
           
9529 O'Connell, Patrick Private     4/9529 Survived the war.
9530 Brady, Michael Private 13/12/ 1914   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Resided Kildare. Enlisted Maryborough.
           
9535 Caraher, Michael Private 26/4/1915 26. 1st Battalion Born Dublin Enlisted Dublin Son of Mrs. Mary Caraher, of 40, Cuffe St., Dublin. Gallipoli. V Beach Cemetery, Turkey.
           
9574 Keegan, Patrick Private     9th Battalion.b. Kingstown, Co. Dublin, e. Dublin, r. Kingstown, Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16
           
9576 Flynn, Richard Private     via Liverpool Regt, and back to RDF with another service no 32421. And eventually tried and shot for murder in Turkey by Court Martial
           
9578 Clarke, William Private 27/8/1914 26 2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Patrick and Mary Clarke, of 56A, Corporation Buildings, Talbot St., Dublin. Honnechy British Cemetery
           
9581 Rogers, Patrick Private     Medal Card
           
9585 Brown, John . Acting Sergeant 21/3/1918   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action
           
9594. Carpenter, J. Private     Reported wounded, September 15, 1917. Born Athy.
9505 Delaney, Alfred Private     Medal card, possibly the POW
           
9602 Higgins, Thomas Private     Wounded 1914 Prisoner of War for 16 months initially at Gefanegnen Lager, Doeoeritz, Ubungsplatz, Germany and later :in Limburg, Germany Reported back home, January 1, 1916. In WO161
           
9614 Walsh, Lawrence Private 22/02/1915 24 2nd battalion Son of Patrick and Catherine Walsh, of 82, Capel St., Dublin. Died at Limburg POW Camp
           
9619 Cooney, Michael Private 29/3/1915   2nd Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Died of wounds
           
9621 Brett, Peter Private 7/10/1914   2nd BattalionBorn Dublin . Resided Mayo. Enlisted Naas.Died of wounds
           
9622 Treacy, James Private     Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, June 16, 1917. Born Naas
           
9625 Mahoney, J Private     file WO 141/9 includes a summary of the evidence compiled by MI5 re the men and NCO’s reported to have joined the German-Irish Brigade. It suggests that the evidence is strong enough for pay, allowances etc be stopped
           
9639 Halleron, Philip Private     2nd Battalion. Reported Prisoner of War, May 15, 1915. Born Naas. Copy of letter received by Kildare Observer "We have received the following letter from Private Philip Halleron (9639), 11. Bat. 6 Camp. No. 729, Limburg (lahn). Germany
           
9698 Byrne Private     1st Battalion 1st Line Transport: "A" Coy,
           
9741 Campbell, Francis Private 28/2/1917 Age 27 1st Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Son of Elizabeth Campbell, of 12, Eugene St., Cork St., Dublin, and the late James Campbell. Killed in action Thiepval Memorial
           
9765 Haynes, Edward Private     1st Battalion Silver War Badge entitlement. Edward Haynes was a pre-war regular, who originally enlisted on 6/6/1907. He first saw active service in the Balkans, entering that theatre of operations on 25/4/1915 (the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers landed at Helles from the River Clyde on 25/4/1915). Medal Index Card indicates that Haynes saw service exclusively with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers during WW1. Haynes was eventually discharged on 15/7/1919 (entitled Silver War Badge, also entitled 1914-15 Star and Victory Medal
           
9784 Cummins, Christopher Private 25/5/1915 27 1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Brother of Mr. J. Cummins, of 5, St. Joseph's Place, Gratton Crescent, Inchicore, Dublin. Killed in action. Helles Memorial Gallipoli
           
9788 Bowes, Christopher Private 30/7/1917   2nd Battalion. Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Naas.
           
9792 Byrne, Francis Acting Cpl 17/101918   2nd Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Killed in action
           
9818 Byrne, George Sergeant 5/10/1917   1st Battalion Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin. Killed in action
           
9833 Burne, Cyril Private 1/7/1916   1st Battalion. Born Dublin. Enlisted Dublin.Killed in action
           
9842 Coyne, Richard Private     Medal Card
9843 Kavanagh, Peter Private 28/03/1915 27 1st Battalion Son of Peter Kavanagh, of 16, Verschoyle Place, Lower Mount St., Dublin. Helles Memorial
           
9866 Byrne, Thomas Private 23/5/1915   1st Battalion Born Dublin. Resided Dublin. Enlisted Naas. Killed in action
           
9903 Cullen, Christopher Corporal 22/8/ 1915   1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action. Gallipoli
           
9919 Murphy, Patrick Private 7/8/1915   Helles Memorial, Gallipoli http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?action=post;topic=456169.0;num_replies=6
           
9922 Curran, Phelim Private 30/4/1915   1st Battalion Enlisted Dublin. Born Dublin. Killed in action Gallipoli
           
9988 O'Callaghan, James L/Cpl     9th Battalion .b. Dublin, e. Dublin,Killed in action, France & Flanders, 09/09/16