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The list below contains the names of Scouts remembered on the memorial in Saint Patrickís Cathedral Dublin.




Beater Louis Niebuhr. He was a Second Lieutenant with the 3rd Battalion The Connaught Rangers He died on the 13/03/1915. He is recorded on the 1911 census as living at 34 Terenure Road Dublin with his father and mother and two servants. His religion is recorded as Baptist-Protestant, His age is recorded as 13 years old so he would have been about 17 years old when he died. His fatherís occupation is given as solicitor. His mother was born in England. His name is recorded on the memorial at Zion Church, Bushy Park Road, Rathgar, Dublin.

 

Benson William Francis. He was a Temporary Sub-Lieutenant with Drake Battalion Royal Navy Division, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. He died on the 08/10/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 23 years old when he died. Commissioned Temporary Sub Lieutenant RNVR 27/02/18, Draft for BEF 25/07/18, joined Drake Battalion 6/8/18-08/10/18 DD. ex-Private RAMC (no active service), he served with the RAMC in Dublin during the 1916 Rising. Born 03/07/1895. He was the eldest son of Mary Jane Benson, 46 Reuben Avenue, South Circular Road, Dublin. Killed in action. Buried Commemorated Cambrai East Military Cemetery.

 

Bingham Godfrey Joseph. Service number 24916. He was a Private 10th with the 10th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He was killed in France and Flanders on the 31/08/1916. He was born in Aghada Co Cork and was 18 years old when he died. He enlisted in Dublin and was the son of Annie and the late William Bingham.

 

Booth Thomas. Service number 10255. He was a Drummer with the 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He was killed in France on the 05/06/1915. He was born in India and was 20 years old when he died. He was the son of Thomas and Agnes Booth of 18 Manor House, Marylebone Road, London. Born at Nowgong, East India. Former student of the Hibernian Military School Dublin.

 

Borrowes Kildare Henry. He was a Midshipman with the Royal Navy HMS Queen Mary. He died on the 31/05/1916, He was born in Kildare and was 16 years old when he died. He was the son of Eustace and Winifred Borrowes of 18 Warwick Villas, Leeson Park, Dublin.

 

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Bowen Thomas Henry. He was a Second Lieutenant with the Leinster Regiment attached to the 11th  Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He was killed in France on the 02/08/1916. He was 19 years old.

 

Bridge Frederick. He was Private with the 2nd Battalion The Leinster Regiment, service number 5615. He was killed in France on the 31/07/1915.

 

Brown James Harrison. Service number G/55406. He was a Lance Corporal with the 10th Battalion Royal Fusiliers. He died on the 26/04/1917. He was born in Dublin and was 19 years old when he died.  He was the son of John Brown of 29 Westmorland Street, Dublin. On the 23rd of March 1917 James Harrison Brown made a will which was deposited with the War Office in which he left his personal effects to his mother Mrs Jessie Brown, "Ontario" Strand Road, Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland. The will was made in Southend on Sea just before he departed for the Front.

 

Carroll William H. Service number 21510. He was a Lance-Corporal with the 1st Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 01/07/1916. He was born in Dublin and was 22 years old when he was killed. He was the son of William and Anne Carroll of 5 Prince Albert Cottages, Frederick Street, Liverpool. Enlisted in Liverpool, killed in action, Buried/Commemorated AUCHONVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY, Somme France.

 

Clarke Daniel. Service number 9305. He was a Drummer with the 2nd Battalion The Leinster Regiment. He died in France on the 07/11/1914. He was born in Templemore, County Tipperary. He was 19 years old when he died. Former student of the Hibernian Military School Dublin. Died of wounds. Enlisted in Dublin. Buried/Commemorated TROIS ARBRES CEMETERY, STEENWERCK, Nord, France.

 

Corcoran William. Service number 12852. He was a Private with the 4th Battalion The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment). He died in France on the 14/10/1914. He was from Haroldís Cross, Dublin. Former student of the Hibernian Military School Dublin.

 

Craig Hedley William. He was a Second Lieutenant with the Royal Flying Corps. He died on the 15/04/1917. He was born in Wicklow and was 27 years old when he died. He is recorded on the memorial as Craig H A but should be Craig H W. Craig was educated at Aravon and Saint Stephenís Green Schools and graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 1913. He played a leading part in athletics as a member of  the University Harriers where he gained his international as a runner and won numerous cups and prizes, at the outbreak of the War he was about to take up his Divinity Course. He had served as Superintendent of the Fishamble Street Mission and as secretary for Ireland of the Boy Scoutsí Association. He joined the army in September 1914as a motor dispatch rider and was gazetted to the Royal Engineers in January 1916, he went to Mesopotamia in the following May and in January 1917 was attached to the Royal Flying Corps in which he was serving when he was killed. He was the Son of the late Thomas Craig, of Novara House, Bray, Co. Wicklow, and the late Mrs Craig, of "Kenmare," Orwell Park, Dublin. He is Buried/Commemorated in Baghdad North Gate War Cemetery.

 

Crawford Sydney George. He was a Lieutenant with the 3rd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 10/10/1918, he drowned when the R.M.S. Leinster was sunk by a German U-Boat. He was born in Stillorgan, County Dublin. He was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of William Henry and Elizabeth Crawford, of Carrickbawn, Torquay Road, Foxrock, Dublin.

 

Crichton William. Service number 1493. He was a Serjeant  with the 1st Battalion The Gordon Highlanders. He died in France on the 02/03/1916. Former student of the Hibernian Military School Dublin.

 

Cunningham Bernard Camelis Josh. He was a Captain with the 7th Battalion attached to the 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 21/03/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 30 years old when he died. Worked as a Clarke for the Agriculture and technical Institution of Ireland.

 

Day Robert. Service number 8566. He was a Private with the 2nd Battalion The Dublin Fusiliers. He died in France on the 05/06/1915. He was born in Dublin.

 

Dodds Cecil James. He was a Captain with the 6th Battalion The Munster Fusiliers. He died in France on the 22/09/1916.

 

Dowse Charles Edward. He was a Lance Corporal with the 7th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died at Gallipoli on the 16/08/1915. He was from Monkstown, County Dublin. He was 21 years old. He was the Son of John C. and J. Henrietta Dowse of Seafield Lodge, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.

 

Duggan George Grant. He was a Captain with the 5th Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. He died at Sulva Bay on the 16/08/1915. He was from Dublin and 29 years old when he died. He was the son of George and Emilie Duggan, of Ferney, Greystones, Co. Wicklow and husband of Dorothy Duggan, of Glenvar, Saint Kevin's Park, Rathgar, Dublin. He had a B.A. from Trinity College, Dublin and was a member of the Dublin University Athletic Union and also an Irish International cross country runner.

 

Duncan Daniel. Service number 20117. He was a Private with the 8th Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. He died in France on the 10/07/1916. He was a native of Sligo Ireland and was 19 years old when he died. He enlisted in Glasgow Scotland.

 

Dundon Sydney Jack. He was a Second Lieutenant with the 13th Battalion The Kings Liverpool Regiment. He died in France on the 16/08/1916. He was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of the late Selig and Raie Dundon.

 

Fitzpatrick Christopher James. Service number 6961. He was a Private with the 2nd Battalion The Irish Guards. He died on the 30/09/1915. He was from Kildare and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of Peter and Catherine Fitzpatrick, of Newtown Bert, Athy, County Kildare.

 

Fowler Archibald Walter. Service number 45018. He was a Private with the 15th Service Battalion The Hampshire Regiment. He died in France and Flanders on the 04/09/1916. He was from Dublin and was 17 years old when he died. Resident in Palmerston Dublin in 1911, enlisted in Penzance Cornwall while resident in St. Buryan Cornwall.

 

Goodwin David Private Service number 23740 9th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He died on the 01/07/1916. He born in Dublin and was 19 years old. He lived in Ballybrack Co Dublin, enlisted in Randalstown.

 

Goodwin Michael Private Service number 13521 9th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He died on the 01/07/1916. He was born in Dublin and was 22 years old. He enlisted in Dublin, resident in Ballybrack County Dublin. He worked as a Coachman before enlisting. Brother of David Goodwin also KIA 01/07/1916.

 

Hamilton G C M Second Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on 07/09/1916. He is buried in Guillemont Road Cemetery.

 

Hannam Sydney George. He was an apprentice with the Mercantile Marine on S.S. "Romford" (London). He died on the 10/02/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 17 years old when he died. He was the son of Herbert Henry Hannam, of 6, Willow Place, Booterstown, County Dublin, and the late Edith Hannam. Born at Beckenham, Kent.

 

Harrington W J Trumpeter Service number 7698 19th (Queen Alexandraís Own Royal) Hussars. He died in France on the 13/08/1916. He was born in Saint Maryís Mullingar and was 18 years old. He was a former student of the Hibernian Military School Dublin. Son of Mary Cogan (formerly Harrington) of 27 Sarsfield Road, Inchicore, Dublin, and the late Michael Harrington. Recorded on CWGC roll as Michael Walter.

 

Henley Henry Thomas, Second Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. He died on France on the 08/03/1917.

 

Horner James Percy Private Service number 20781 9th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. He died in France on the 01/07/1916 aged 20. Known as Percy on CWGC, Son of William and Josephine Horner of The Cottage, Shanganagh Terrace, Ballybrack, County Dublin.

 

Howell Reuben Harrison Second Lieutenant (Temp) 11th Battalion attached to the 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died in France on the 29/03/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 20 years old when he died. He was the son of George and Lilian Howell of 5 Saint Clairís Terrace Rathmines/Rathgar County Dublin.

 

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King Horace John Lance Corporal Service number 9311 2nd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment. He died on France on the 04/11/0914. He was born in the U.K. and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of Arthur King of 59 Ingram Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey, and the late Eliza Ann King. He was educated at Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin.

 

Kevin Thomas John Private Service number 8957 1st Battalion The Dorsetshire Regiment. He died on the 11/10/1915 aged 19. He was the son of Thomas and Sarah Kevin and brother of J. Kevin of "Rosedale," 11, Hadleigh Road, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex. Trained at the Hibernian School, Dublin.

 

Kingham John Private Service number 9072 2nd Battalion The East Yorkshire Regiment. He died in France on the 17/02/1915 aged 23. He was born and Enlisted in Dublin. John and Walter (see below) Kingham were brothers, their father William Kickham, a Restaurant Proprietor, was born in England, their mother Mary was born in Dublin as were her seven children. The fatherís religion is listed as English Church, the mother and seven children are listed as Catholic.   

 

Kingham Walter Lance-Corporal Service number 9364 1st Battalion The East Yorkshire Regiment. Died in France on the 17/04/1915 aged 22. He was born and Enlisted in Dublin. Brother of John Kingham (see above).

 

Leach William Rifleman Service number 18074 14th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. He died in France on the 21/03/1916. He was born in Belfast.

 

Lemon David Wardlaw Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion (formerly 7th Battalion) The Leinster Regiment. He died in Villers Faucon on the 22/03/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 23 years old when he died. He lived at 2 Winton Avenue (Rathmines & Rathgar West, Dublin). Awarded the Military Cross. He was employed as a shipping clerk before enlisting. He was a brother of Gilbert Melville Lemon (see below). His father was a teacher of Classics. His religion was Presbyterian.

 

Lemon Gilbert Melville Lance Corporal service number 26334 10th Battalion The Dublin Fusiliers. He died at Beaumont Hamel on the 13/11/1916.He was born in Dublin and was 20 years old when he died. His religion was Presbyterian. He was a brother of David Wardlaw (see above).

 

Loggie K W Corporal Service number 106216 H Special Company Royal Engineers. He died on the 22/07/1917. He was born in Dublin and was 18 years old when he died. He was the son of Millicent Loggie of 4 Glendalough Road, Drumcondra, Dublin. Junior Assistant to Professor Gilbert Morgan, Royal College of Science, Dublin.

 

McDonald Joseph Rifleman Service number S/11736 7th Battalion The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). He died in France on the 30/07/1915. He was born in Dublin. Previous service with the 9th Lancers

 

Moir Archibald Gifford Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. He died on the 25/04/1915. He was born in Scotland and was 25 years old when he died. He was the son of Mr. A. P. Moir of Marshill, Alloa. Served his Carpentry apprenticeship in Dublin.

 

Moorman O H Gunner service number 35850 321st Siege Battery The Royal Garrison Artillery. He died on the 08/08/1917 aged 19. Former student of the Hibernia Military School Dublin.

 

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Moss Arnold Wilson Lance Corporal Service number 14188 "D" Coy. 7th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 16/08/1915. He was born in Dublin and was 18 years old when he died. He was the son of Henry William and Susan Moss of Springmount, Howth, Co. Dublin. Undergraduate of Trinity College, Dublin.

 

Narramore Albert Edwin Lance Corporal Service number 31252 6th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 08/10/1918. He was born in Dublin and was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of George William and Margaret Narramore of 59, Lower Beechwood Avenue, Ranelagh, and of "Ardvarna," Milltown, Dublin.

 

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Orr Lionel Private Service number 13363 11th Battalion The Inniskilling Fusiliers. He died in France on the 01/07/1916. He was born in Templemore, Derry.

 

Quirk Phinlo (Phiulo) Saint John Private Service number 68066 1st T.B. Depot Royal Army Medical Corps. He died on the 09/02/1917. He was born in Dublin and was 18 years old when he died. He was the son of Anna Quirk of 31 Garville Avenue, Rathgar, Dublin, and the late Hugh Griffith Quirk. Who was a Master Mariner and Navigation Teacher. His religion was Protestant Episcopalian and he had two brothers Richard and Gerald.

 

Redmond Raymond OíConnell Surgeon Probationer The Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve H.M.S. "Clan McNaughton." He died on the 03/02/1915. He was born in Dublin and was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of the late Doctor O'Connell Redmond, F.R.C.S.I.

 

Reynolds Percy Private Service number 27107 10th Battalion Dublin The Royal Fusiliers. He died on France on the 13/11/1916. He was born in Dublin and 31 years old when he died. He was the brother of Henry L. Reynolds of 30, Poulton Road, Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire. Lived in Liscard Cheshire, enlisted in Belfast.

 

Sadlier Gerald Thomas Corporal Australian Imperial Force. He died in 1917. He was born in Dublin and was 21 years old when he died.

 

Shea Henry Bandsman 9857 5th Battalion The Connaught Rangers. He died on the 03/10/1916. He was born in London and was 21 years old when he died.  He was the son of Robert William and Catherine Shea of 41, Leman Street, Wandsworth Road, London.

 

Sherlock John Private Service number 4/23144 9th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 01/08/1916. He was born in Dublin.

 

Stroughair Francis George Private Service number 43897 1st Battalion The Wiltshire Regiment. He died on the 13/09/1916. He was born in England and was 18 years old when he died. He was the son of William Thomas and Mary Ellen Stroughair of 92, Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin. Family moved to Dublin around 1908. His religion was Wesleyan Methodist.

 

Synnott Fitzherbert Paget Second Lieutenant 5th Battalion The Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He died in the Dardanelles on the 10/08/1916. He was born in Dublin and was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of Henry and Jane Synnott (nee Stewart) Ranelagh Dublin. He worked as a clerk for the Veterinary Branch of the department of Agriculture before joining the army. His religion was Church of Ireland.

 

Thomson Arthur Bell Lance Corporal 25838 7th Battalion (South Irish Horse) Royal Irish Regiment. He died in France on the 12/12/1917 aged 21. He was born in Dublin and was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of Mrs. C. M. K. Thomson, of 40, Upper Mount St., Dublin. His religion was Church of Ireland.

 

Tyrer Frederick Ernest Hamilton Private Service number 9389 2nd Battalion The East Yorkshire Regiment. He died in France on the 29/09/1916. He was born in Dublin.


 

Valentine Robert Lepper Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He died on the 30/04/1916. He was born in Enniskillen and was 26 years old when he died. His religion was Church of Ireland. Inventor of a quick-firing improvement to the Lewis Machine Gun. Appointed assistant surveyor to the Geological Survey of Ireland, by competitive examination, after enlistment in the 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Son of the late William J. and Grace Dalton Valentine, of Enniskillen, resident in Dublin in 1911 where Robert was a student at Trinity College.

 

White Arthur Victor Private Service number DM2/180156 406th Mechanical Transport Company Army Service Corps. Died in France on the 30/09/1916. He was born in Dublin and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of Mrs. H. White of 38, Rathgar Avenue, Rathgar, Dublin, and the late Richard White.

 

Wilks Thomas Private 7175 6th The Inniskilling Dragoons. He died in France 01/12/1917. He was born in Morley Yorkshire.

 

Williams Rupert Lance-Corporal Service number 63367 16th Battalion The Cheshire Regiment ex South Wales Borderers. He died in France on the 23/03/1918. He was born in Birr Kingís County (Offaly). Former student at the Hibernian Military School Dublin.

 

Wilson A W Private Service number 25507 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 01/07/1916. He was born in Dublin and was 22 years old when he died. He was the son of Robert C. and Amy Clarice Wilson of 87 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin.

 

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Burrows Frederick Private 23724 9th Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. He died on the 16/08/1916 in France. He was born in Belfast Armagh and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of Joshua Burrows of Gillis Road, Armagh.

 

De Ruyter Philippee Private 25211 7th Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. He died in France on the 13/12/1917. He was born in London and was 20 years old when he died. Resident in 116 Rialto Cottages Usherís Quay Dublin in 1911. His religion was Roman Catholic and he could speak English and Irish.

 

Ferris Bernard Carpenterís Crew Service number M/17078 Royal Navy H.M.S. ďVanguardĒ. He died on the 09/07/1917. He was born in Dublin and was 22 years old when he died. He was the son of Ellen Ferris of 28 Cambridge Avenue, Pigeon House Road, Dublin, and the late William Ferris who was a native of Londonderry. His religion was Roman Catholic. He was an apprentice carpenter in 1911.

 

Mills Henry Couper Boy 1st Class. Service number J/32856. He served on H.M.S. "Indefatigable." Royal Navy. He died on the 31/05/1916. He was from Dublin and was 17 years old when he died. He was the son of William and Florence Mills of 45, Albany Road, Freemantle, Southampton. Native of Dublin. Although not recorded on the memorial the elder brother of Henry Mills was also Killed in Action and is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Williams Mills was also a member of the Dublin Sea Scouts. William Ewart Mills was a Company Serjeant Major with the 7th Battalion The Border Regiment, he was 30 years old when he died on the 16/05/1917.

 

Noble John. Service number 3326. He was a Private with the 1st Battalion The Irish Guards. He died in France on the 10/10/1917. He was from Dublin.

 

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Sankey Edward Fetherston. Service number Z/1965. He was a Telegraphist in the Mersey Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve H.M. Trawler "Ethelwulf" He died on the 01/12/1918. He was from Dublin and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of William G. and Edith E. Sankey of 4462, Prince Albert Street, Vancouver, British Columbia. Born at Dublin, Ireland.

 

Turner Charles Henry Edward. Service number 1067. He was a Private with the 20th Battalion The Durham Light Infantry. He died in France on the 30/06/1917. He was from Fairview, Dublin, and was 19 years old when he died. He was the son of Joseph Henry and Jane Turner of 29 Nottingham Street, North Strand, Dublin. Enlisted in 36th (Ulster) Division Cyclist Company.

 

Walker Thomas Michael. Service number 6606. He was a Private with the 111th Company The Machine Gun Corps. He died on the 19/07/1916. He was from Dublin and was 21 years old when he died. He was the son of Michael and Mary Walker, of John Dillon Street, Dublin. Employed as a silk weaver before enlisting. Former service with the Royal Irish Rifles.

 

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