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During the week of the Easter Rising more civilians died as a result of the fighting than British Soldiers or Rebels.

George Alexander Playfair

Playfair George Alexander aged 23. He was born in Canada. He was the older of two sons of the Commanding Officer of the Magazine Fort in the Phoenix Park Dublin. After the Magazine Fort was raided and an attempt was made to blow it up George Playfair was shot as he entered a house in Islandbridge Barracks, he was shot by a Volunteer who believed Playfair was attempting to raise the alarm after the attack on the Magazine Fort. Playfair was shot in the abdomen and died in hospital some nine hours after he was shot.

It is a popular myth that the first causality of the Rising was the 14 year old brother of George Playfair Gerald Playfair. I know there are witness statements and various histories which record this popular myth as fact but Gerald Playfair went on to marry in Canada in 1923.

George Alexander Playfair is buried in the cemetery of what was The Royal Hibernian Military School in the Phoenix Park, the school closed in 1924 the building is now occupied by Saint Maryís Hospital. The inscription on the headstone reads: In Loving memory of ALEC, elder son of Major G R Playfair, Royal Magazine Fort, who lost his life in the Easter Rebellion 1916 Aged 23.

Mrs Margaret Naylor

On the 29th of April 1916 Margaret Naylor was hit by a stray bullet when caught in the cross-fire between Rebels and the British Army while she was crossing the Rings End Draw Bridge with her sister Mary Bridget Liscombe. She is buried in Grangegorman Military Cemetery Dublin. Mrs Naylorís Husband John was killed in action on the same day when he was gassed in France while serving with the 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers, he was 36 years old. Service number 14578 buried commemorated Loos Memorial France.


John Naylor had two brothers killed while serving in WW1:


  • James Naylor was Killed in Action on the 12th of March 1915 he was a Lance Corporal with the Royal Irish Rifles and was 23 years old when he died. Service number 9929 buried commemorated Boulogne Eastern Cemetery France.


  • William Naylor Private with the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers died on the 14th of October 1918 aged 54. Service number 24841. Buried Commemorated Ypres Reservoir Cemetery Belgium.

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Owen Donnelly
Owen Donnelly was shot dead near Kilmainham on Thursday the 27th of April 1916, he lived in South Summer street Dublin and was about 57 years old and a native of county Tyrone.. He was an old soldier having served 21 years and was an out pensioner and the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, he is buried in the grounds of the hospital, his grave is unmarked. He had three sons serving in the British Army at the time of his death.

Margaret Keogh

Margaret Keogh

Nurse Margaret Keogh was shot dead in the South Dublin Union. Nurse Keogh was on an upper floor with another nurse, on hearing shooting on the ground floor nurse Keogh went to check on her patients, as she descended the stairs she was shot dead by two British soldiers.


To mark the 100th anniversary of the Rising Deansgrange cemetery marked the graves of the civilian victims.

The following is the list of known persons whose deaths resulted from bullet or gunshot wounds, and whose remains were interred in Dean's Grange Cemetery:
  • Browning, Francis Henry aged 47, 17 Herbert Park, Donnybrook.
  • Carroll, James Joseph aged 24, the Municipal Buildings, Kingstown. Single, Roman Catholic worked as an engineer died on the 28 ofApril 1916 (A7W)
  • Cunningham, Andrew aged 24, 77 Park View, Pigeon House Road. Dublin. Married, Roman Catholic, died on the 1st of May 1916, occupation Silk weaver.

    (Also recorded as one of the Rebels killed see Rebels Killed 1916)

John Doyle
Doyle, John aged 20, 104 Ringsend Road, Dublin. Died on the 1st of May 1916, Roman Catholic, worked as a painter (E1 30 W)

  • Flynn , John aged 63, Dodder View, Dublin.

Gregg, William aged 64, 2 Simpson's Lane, Irishtown. Married, Roman Catholic, died on the 26th of April 1916, occupation Bottle Maker. (Although the Glasnevin Necrology records him as having died on the 29th newspaper reports record he died on the 26th.)

Kelly, Mary aged 12, 128 Townsend Street, Dublin. She died from a gunshot wound and was killed in Lombard Street on the 30th of April.

McCarthy, John aged 54, Island Bridge Barracks, Dublin. Died on the 23rd of May 1916, Married, Roman Catholic.

McIntyre, Patrick aged 38, Newspaper Editor, 21 Fownes Street. Dublin, shot by the military in Portobello Barracks.

  • OíFlaherty, Joseph, Northumberland Road, Dublin.

Stewart, Bridget aged 11, 3 Pembroke Place Ballsbridge. She died in the Royal Hospital Baggot Street, cause of death was gunshot wound to the chest, haemorrhage and shock.

Sweny, William Lional. Born in 1902. He was 16 years old when he was shot on the 28th of April. He lived at 1 Lincoln Place Dublin. His father owned a pharmacy. He is buried in Deansgrange, for many years his body was unidentified.

  • Synnot, George aged 59, 98 Haddington Road Dublin. Died on the 30th of April 1916. Church of Ireland, occupation Official.

The bodies of the following, whose addresses are not recorded were brought from Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital for interment:
  • Byrne Josep, 65 Townsend Street.
  • Carrick William, Little is known of William Carrick, there are no details of his age, religion, occupation or other information recorded about him. His death is recorded as the 1st of April 1916. He is buried in a mass grave with a British Soldier, two Volunteers and another two civilians. (V2 25 N)
  • Clarke Joseph, aged 72. (Possibly from Powerís Court off Upper Mount Street Dublin)
  • Kenyon Thomas. Aged 67 years old when he died. 
  • Costello John. Little is known of John Costello, there are no details of his age, religion, occupation or other information recorded about him. (Possibly from Athlone)
  • Walsh Annie
  • Woodcock Christopher
The following bodies were brought from Saint Vincentís Hospital Dublin for burial in Deanís Grange.
Shergine Joseph

The following are believed to have been buried in Deansgrange but as the burials were not registered the location of the graves is unknown. This memorial stone was erected in 2016 to remember them.

John Loughlin

Joseph Maguire

David Swords

Pte Edward Byrne


 Two Dun Laoghaire men killed at Ashbourne

While the fighting raged in Dublin the R.I.C. barracks in Ashbourne County Meath came under attack from the Rebels. Under the command of Thomas Ashe the Volunteers surrounded the barracks but came under attack from an R.I.C. patrol and had to defend themselves.

As the battle raged two commercial travellers from Dun Laoghaire attempted to drive their car through the village of Ashbourne. Both men were killed in the cross-fire.

James Joseph Carroll

James Joseph Carroll, aged 24 from 9 Georges Place Kingstown. Died on the 28th of April 1916 and is buried in Deansgrange.

Gerald St John Hogan Gerald Hogan aged 26 from 9 Summerhill Road Kingstown. he is buried in Deansgrange Cemetery.


Richard Waters

On the morning of Tuesday the 25th of April a car travelling towards the city centre was ordered to halt by Volunteers as it approached Mount Street Bridge. Anticipating British reinforcements would use this route when travelling from Kingstown the Volunteers had set up an ambush. The car was driven by a Captain of the Royal Army Medical Corps, who, that morning was giving a lift to an official of the Bank of Ireland College Green.

As the car crossed the Bridge Volunteers in Clanwilliam House opened fire, the Bank Official was shot and fatally wounded, he was taken to Sir Patrick Dunís Hospital where he died later that day. The dead man was Richard Waters of Recess Blackrock County Dublin. He was 48 years old when he died.


Margaret McGuinness

Margaret McGuinness, died from wounds received during the fighting in Dublin. She died on the 3rd of April 1916 and is buried with her husband in Deansgrange Cemetery who had passed away two years earlier. She was 50 years old and from 3 Pembroke Cottages, Dublin.

North King Street Massacre

Father and son Thomas and Christopher Hickey were both killed in what became known as North King Street Massacre. As soldiers of the South Staffs regiment attempted to move up North King Street they came under heavy fire from the Rebels and were unable to make any progress. In order not to looses the lives of any more soldiers the soldiers were ordered to make their way up the street by tunnelling through the houses.

The soldiers of the South Staffs spent considerable time breaking through the walls of the houses and by the time they reached the Rebelís position the Rebels had gone. In their frustration at not catching the Rebels the soldiers of the South Staffs turned their anger on the residents of North King Street. 15 men and boys were rounded up and either shot or bayoneted to death.

Two of the victims were buried in Deansgrange.

  • Thomas Hickey, aged 38 of 168 North King Street Dublin.
  • Christopher Hickey, aged 16 of 168 North King Street Dublin.

The other victims of the North King Street massacre were

  • Patrick Bealen, a native of Loon, Castlecomer, County Kilkenny.
  • James Healy
  • Peter Connolly aged 39.
  • Peter J Lawless aged 21.
  • James (Jim) McCarthy.
  • James Finnegan aged 40.
  • Patrick Hoey aged 50.

  • Edward Dunne aged 39

  • John Walsh aged 34

  • Michael Hughes aged 50

  • Michael Nunan aged 34

  • George Ennis aged 51

  • William OíNeill aged 16

  • And possibly John BŪernes aged 50

The following reports are extracts from the inquest into the circumstances of their deaths. The military claimed that the deaths occurred because the soldiers were under sustained attack and considerable stress, claims which were rejected by the inquest jury.

Dr. Louis A. Byrne, City Coroner, in the Morgue on Tuesday, 16th May, conducted inquests on the bodies of Patrick Bealen, aged 30, who had been employed as foreman at Mrs. Mary O'Rourke's licensed house, 177 North King street, Dublin, and James Healy, aged 44, employed as a labourer at Messrs. Jameson's Distillery, Bow street, and residing at Little Green street. The bodies, which bore marks of bullet wounds, had both been disinterred on 10th May in the cellar of 177 North King Street by the sanitary authorities. At the opening of the inquest the previous Friday evidence was heard, and suggestions were made against the military who had been on duty in North King Street. The Coroner then adjourned the further hearing of evidence until Tuesday, and notified the military authorities of the adjourned sitting.

VERDICT OF THE JURY. The Coroner having briefly addressed the jury, the following verdict was returned, we find that the said Patrick Bealen died from shock and haemorrhage, resulting from Bullet wounds inflicted by a soldier or soldiers, in whose custody he was, an unarmed and unoffending prisoner. We consider that the explanation given by the military authorities is very unsatisfactory, and we believe that if the military authorities had any inclination they could produce the officer in charge.

INQUEST ON JAMES HEALY. The adjourned inquest on the body of James Healy, which was also found buried in the cellar of 177 North King Street, was then resumed. The jury returned a verdict in terms similar to that recorded in the case of Bealen.

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Another victim of the North Kingís Street Massacre was James (Jim) McCarthy. He is buried in Glasnevin Cemetery.

The following list is of identified persons interred at Glasnevin Cemetery and whose deaths occurred as a result of bullet or gunshot wounds arising out of the Rebellion. The list includes several persons who were trampled to death by crowds in the Streets. Two Hundred and Fifty bodies buried in this Cemetery between Easter Monday the 24th of April and 11th July. The names are of those persons whose deaths were directly attributable to the Rising.
  1. Allen, Bridget aged 16, 27 Anan Quay. She died from gun-shot wounds on the 27th of April.*

  2. Andrews, Joseph (14), 8 Stephen's Place, Mount Street.* (Recorded in some places as Christopher Andrews. The Irish Times records a J Andrews 8 Stephenís Place Mount Street aged 14 buried in Glasnevin. There is no Christopher Andrews aged 14 recorded as being buried in Glasnevin during 1916.)
  3. Armstrong, John H. (43), 2 Great Longford Street.*
  4. Barnbrick, Alice (44), 8 Willet place.
  5. Barry, Bridget (36), 44 Lower Dominick Street.*
  6. Barter, William (23), 14 Elliott place,*
  7. Blayney, James (65), 18 First Avenue., Seville Place, married with a wife and 4 children aged 8 to 14 years.*
  8. Brennan, John (45), 6 Great Longford Street.*
  9. Brennan,Malachy. (45), 85 Capel Street. Married with six children, employed as a Van Man.*
  10. Brunell, Julia (20), 2 Grattan Street.*
  11. Brunswick, Mary Anne (Molly) (15), 57 Lower Wellington Street.*
  12. Butler, R. (45), 10 Woodgate Street, London.*
  13. Byrne, F, 30 Corporation Buildings, Foley Street
  14. Byrne, James, 31 Lower Stephen Street.
  15. Byrne, John (60), 68 Shelbourne Road. Married with 5 children, employed as a watch maker. Died in Jervis Street hospital from bullet wounds on the 26th of April.*
  16. Byrne, Patrick (42), 1 O'Brien's place, Co. Dublin.*
  17. Caffrey, Christina (2), 27 Corporation Building.*
  18. Caldwell, Anne Jane (24), 43 Corporation Buildings.*
  19. Casey. Joseph (33), 55A Townsend Street.*
  20. Cashman, James (34) Rosemount, Dundrum.*
  21. Cathcart, Christopher (9 years 8 months), 28 Charlemont Street.*
  22. Clarke, Philip (40), 65 Cork Street.*
  23. Clarke, Richard (73), 61 Mespil Road.*
  24. Coade, James J. (19), 28 Upper Mount Pleasant Avenue. He was shot dead at 10.45pm on the Tuesday of the Rising by the Military as he stood with a friend near Behanís Photographers at the corner of Military Road and Rathmines Road. James Coade and his friend had attended Sodality at Rathmines Church when they stopped to watch a party of Military, with Francis Sheehy-Skeffington as a prisoner, march from the Rathmines entrance of Portobello Barracks. James Coade was a cycle mechanic by trade.*

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  25. Coghlan, Thomas (49), 155 North Strand.*
  26. Cole, Mary Anne (37), 14 Up. Gloucester Street.*
  27. Condon, Julia (44), 56 Summerhill.
  28. Connolly. JOHN (33), 108 Philipsburgh Avenue, Fairview Dublin.*
  29. Connolly, Mary (23), 4 Nth. Richmond Street.*
  30. Connolly, William (37), 27 Usher's Quay.*
  31. Connor, Christopher (21), 31 Strandville Avenue.*
  32. Corbin, Mr., Jervis Street Hospital.
  33. Corrigan, C, North Frederick Street.*
  34. Corrigan. Mary Anne (38), 8 Engine Alley, Moore lane.
  35. Cosgrave, Edward (43). 65 Lower. Dominick Street.*
  36. Costello, John (32), 9 Wall Square.*
  37. Costello, Jane (24). 113 Seville Place. Employed as a shorthand writer and typist she was a native of Glenfield Kilmallock County Limerick. She was shot dead on the 27th of April. She was hit by a bullet at her residence as she momentarily passed a window. Her friend, Miss Katie Lewis, who witnessed the incident reported that the bullet was fired by a soldier in a doorway on the street.*
  38. Costello, Mr., Kingstown.
  39. Courtney, Clement, 24 York Street.
  40. Covle, H. (29), 32 Leinster Avenue.
  41. Crawford, Julia (20), 7 Irvine Crescent.*
  42. Creevan, J., St. Aloysius Road.
  43. Cromien, John (23), 13 Fingal Place.
  44. Cunningham, Mary (62), 7 Chancery Street.*
  45. Curley, Francis (51), l6 Green Street. A father of four children, one daughter and three sons, one of his sons, Patrick, was killed in April 1915 while fighting in WW1, he was a private in the Dublin Fusiliers.
  46. Daly. Margaret (60), 57 Queen Street.*
  47. Dorgan. Denis (58), 12 Henrietta Street. Died on the 27th of April.
  48. Davis. Catherine (59), 6 Stratford Row, Summerhill.*
  49. Derrick, Patrick (24), 22 Eustace Street.*
  50. Dickson, Thomas (31), 12 Harrington Street, newspaper editor, shot by Military in Portobello Barracks.*
  51. Dignan, P. (51), 22 Lower Ormond Quay,
  52. Dillon, Robert (65), " The Flag" 8 Moore Street. Died on the morning of April 29th while trying to escape , with his wife and daughter, from his home which was engulfed in flames.*
  53. Donnelly, John (44), 6 Newfoundland Street.*
  54. Donnelly, Thomas (52), 35 North Cumberland Street.
  55. Donlan, Brendan, (18) 2 Lower Camden Street.*
  56. Donoghue, J. (19), 97 Marlborough Street.
  57. Donohue, T. D. (22), 4 North Brunswick Street.
  58. Doyle, Daniel (46), 27 Upper Liffey Street.*
  59. Doyle, John (36), 16 Moore Street.*
  60. Doyle, John (18), 25 Summerhill.* Died on the 26th of April from gunshot wounds. Single and employed as a Labourer.
  61. Doyle, Moses (14), 7 Whitefriar Street.*

    Recorded in Glasnevin as being 14 when he was killed on the 24th of April 1916. A match on the 1911 Census shows him registered at New Street, Merchants Quay, his Motherís name and Fathers occupation match that of the entry in the Glasnevin register of burials but the Census records him as being 5 years old in 1911.

  62. Doyle, Stephen P. (50), 27 Wellington Quay.*
  63. Doyle, Thomas (50), 12 Upper Mercer Street.*
  64. Dunne, Edward (39), 91 North King Street.*
  65. Dunne, M. (28), 36 Wexford Street.
  66. Dunlea, Richard (35), 83 Marlborough Street.*
  67. Dunphy, J, Adelaide Hospital.
  68. Dwan, John. (24), 1 Lower Gardiner Street.*
  69. Ennis, Edward (31), 5 Dromard Avenue., Sandymount.*
  70. Ennis, George (50), 174 North King Street*
  71. Fahey (Fahy), Peter (23), 18 Usher's Island* He was a tailor and he died on the way to Jervis St Hospital with his pregnant wife.
  72. Farrell, Jeremiah (48), 20 City Quay.*
  73. Farrell, John, (35), 3 Monks' Cottages, Lower Sheriff Street.*
  74. Fennell, Patrick (33), 13 Portobello Road.*
  75. Ferris, Arthur (35), 22 Lower Kevin Street. Died as a result of injuries received when trampled during a stampede. *
  76. Fetherstone, Patrick (12), 1 Long Lane, Dorset Street.*
  77. Finegan, William, (66) 48 Marlborough Street.*
  78. Finnegan, James (40), 27 North King Street.*
  79. Foran, Thomas (28), 22 Patrick Street.*
  80. Foster, John F. (2 years 10 months), 18 Manor Place, Dublin.*
  81. Fox, William, 6 Holycross Road.*
  82. Fraser, James, 68 Caledon Road.*
  83. Friel, Patrick (59), 17 St. Joseph Villas. Strand Street.*
  84. Geraghty, Joseph (21), 16 Middle Gardiner Street.*
  85. Geraghty, Patrick (39), 64 Lower Dominick Street.*
  86. Gibney, James (5 Years 6 Months) 16 Henrietta Place.* Died from concussion, he received his injuries during a bombardment by the military.
  87. Glaister, Robert (55), Ryicote, Silloth, Cumberland (Naval Petty Officer).*
  88. Glennon, Daniel (65), 99 Upper Church Street.*
  89. Glynn, Michael (57), 24 C. Corporation Buildings.*
  90. Goulding, Andrew (45), 18 Up. Buckingham Street.*
  91. Hanratty, Elizabeth (30), Moore Street.*
  92. Harris, Patrick (35), 23 Marlborough Place.*
  93. Hayes, Morgan (45), 8 Christchurch Place.*
  94. Healy, John (14 Years 6 Months). 188 Phibsborough Road.*
  95. Healy, James P. (33), 143 Church Street,*
  96. Heavey, William (32). 57 Moore Street. Mortally wounded as he was leaving his burning premises, he was a native of Athlone.*
  97. Heeney. Robert P. (40). 14 North Great George's Street. Shot in the stomach in OíConnell Street in the early days of the Rising, Mr Heeney was a cattle exporter and was shot while going to the aid of another wounded man. He was originally from Old Bridge Drogheda but had been living in Dublin for some time. He was buried in Glasnevin on the 3rd of May. Newspaper reports state he was shot by a Sinn Feiner.*
  98. Hoey, Patrick (25), 27 North King Street.*
  99. Hoey, Ryder's Row.
  100. Hogan, James (28), 31 Upper Rutland Street. Mr Hogan worked as a carter for the Dublin Tramway Company and was shot dead on the Thursday. Mr Hogan was keeping the night watchman company and against the advice of his fellow workers he went out to get milk, he was shot dead in Earl Street.*
  101. Higgins, Christopher (26), 40 Jervis Street.
  102. Hughes, Michael (34). 172 North King Street.*

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  103. Hyland, Charles Hachette (29) 3 Percy Place. A dental Surgeon*
  104. Ivors, Patrick, 15 Cumberland Street.
  105. Jessop, James (12), 3 Upper Gloucester Street.*
  106. Johnston Robert (75) 18 Denzille Street. A retired carpenter and native of County Wicklow.*
  107. Jordan Christopher, Holles Street Hospital.(See Christopher Jordan above)
  108. Keegan Francis, Upper Ormond Quay. 60 years old.

  109. Kelly, Denis, Jervis Street Hospital.*
  110. Kelly, Laurence (50), 1 Lower Clanbrassil Street. Died from gun-shot wounds in the Meath Hospital on the 24th of April.*

  111. Keogh, M., Holles Street Hospital.
  112. Knowles, Henry (40), 6 East Essex Street.*
  113. Kane. Jane (40), 109 Amiens Street.*
  114. Kavanagh, (15), 4 North King Street.
  115. Kelly, James (18), 205 Phibsborough Road.*
  116. Lawless, Peter J. (21), 27 North King Street.*
  117. Lawlor, Christopher (46), 6 Halston Street. Shot at the barricade at the top of Halston Street within a few yards of the church. The bullet entered his arm and body, he was covered with blood. Mr Lawlor was given the Sacraments at the church in Number Six Halston Street and died soon afterwards.*
  118. Leahy, Michael (62), 3 Inns Quay.*
  119. Lennon, Kate (55), 5 Upper Gloucester Place.*
  120. Lennon, Mary (64), 43 Corporation Buildings.*
  121. Long, Samuel (44), 25 Great Clarence Street.*
  122. Macken, Peter (37), 13 Nassau Place.*
  123. Maguire, William (40), 92 Marlborough Street.*
  124. Mallon, John (29), 96 Upper Dorset Street.*
  125. Manning, Peter P. (25) 4 Broadstone Avenue.
  126. Martin, Patrick (42), 22 Lower Gardiner Street.*
  127. McCabe, Herriett (41), 34 Marlborough Street.*
  128. McCartney, J. (36), 16 Exchange Street.
  129. McCormack, James, Baldoyle.*
  130. McCormack, James (40), 44B. Corporation Buildings.* He was shaving and stuck his head out the window at the noise of the fighting in the City Centre and was shot, possibly in the head, and died. He left behind a widow and four sons.
  131. McDowell, W. (49), 10 Merchant's Quay.
  132. McElvery, J. (56), 15 Verschoyle Place Dublin.
  133. McGaley, E. (57), 4 Lower Bridge Street.
  134. McKane, Bridget (16), Henry place.* She was killed on the Friday of the Rising when a number of Rebels including Sean Mac Diarmada where fleeing the G.P.O., Bridget was with her family in their home when they heard someone trying to gain access. Her father Thomas (Tommy) went to the door, his youngest child of two years old in his arms, his second youngest six years old clinging to his leg and 15 year old Bridget standing behind him. Before Tommy could open the door a bullet came through it hitting Tommy in the shoulder and passing through him hit Bridget fatally wounding her.
  135. McKillop, M. (33), 22 Lower Gardiner Street.
  136. McLoughlin, R. (62), 27 John Street Blackpitts.
  137. McManus, P. (61), 12 Moore Street.
  138. Meagher, John (49), Dublin.*
  139. Meegan, John (53), 90 Lower Gardiner Street.
  140. Merna, Julia (60), 32 Great Charles Street.
  141. Molcady, T., Irvine Place, Fairview.
  142. Moore, James (29), 15 Little Britain Street.*
  143. Elizabeth Moran died on the 29 of April 1916. Although recorded as being killed on the 29th of April a Mrs. Moran was shot dead by machine-gun fire at her home on the 2nd of May 1916. (Address in 1937 2 Hamilton Row, Dublin)

  144. Morris, Mary (27), 31 Upper Mount Street.*
  145. Moy, W E., Richmond Hospital.
  146. Mullen, William (9), 8 Moore Place.*
  147. Murphy, Catherine (68), 63 Railway Street. Died as a result of injuries received when trampled during a stampede.*
  148. Murphy, Edward (42), 18 Upper Pembroke Street shot dead on Stephen's Green on 25th April 1916. Edward had emigrated to Canada in the early 1890's and made his way to Fort Steele in BC where he worked as a printer and at gold mining. In January 1902, at age 28,  he enlisted in the Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles at Fort Steele and saw active service in the Boer War.  He returned to Dublin after the war and married Margaret Graham of Lower Pembroke street.  She was left with four children*
  149. Murphy, J. (60), 42 Henry Street. He was chairman of Rathdown Number 2 Rural Council and a Justice of the Peace, he was originally from Delgany County Wicklow. He died in Henry Street as he left his business premises.
  150. Murray, Daniel J. (28), 35 Lower Mountpleasant Avenue*
  151. Murray, John (40), 28 Empress Terrace.*
  152. Neal, John, The Castle Yard.*
  153. Nealon, Patrick (62), 77 Bridge Street.
  154. Nolan, Margaret (26), 6 Lower Wellington Street.*
  155. Nunan, Michael (34), 174 North King Street.
  156. O'Callaghan, J., Iveaqh House.*
  157. O'Carroll, Richard (40), 49 Cuffe Street.
  158. O'Connor, Ellen (50), South Union Workhouse.*
  159. O'Donoghue, Joseph (42), 31 Cabra Park.*
  160. O'Duffy, John (82), 54 Rutland Square. He was killed by machine-gun fire when running from Moore Street into Henry Street to escape fire coming from the direction of Parnell Street . He died in the middle of the street and was given the last rites by Father John Flanagan who was attached to the Pro-Cathedral.*
  161. O'Grady, Edward (25), 2 Lower Sheriff Street.*
  162. O'Grady. Patrick (45), Daisy Market.*
  163. O'Neill, William (16), 93 Church Street.*
  164. O'Reilly, J. (28), 12 Lower Gardiner Street.
  165. O'Reilly, Thomas J (21), 43 Geraldine Street.*
  166. Pentony. Thomas (48), 34 North Cumberland Street*
  167. Pierce, George (20), 12 South Earl Street.*
  168. Power, James (60), 9 Buckingham Place.*
  169. Purcell, Christina (30) 17 Wentworth Place.*
  170. Quinn, Joseph (42), South Union Workhouse.*
  171. Quirke, Elizabeth (22) Upper Liffey Street.
  172. Redmond, Christopher (21),.
  173. Redmond, Mary (16), 4 Mary's Abbey.*
  174. Reilly, John (51), 75 Capel Street.*
  175. Reynold Patrick. Died on the 4th of August 1916 from wounds received during the Rising. He was born in Hampshire England and was working in Dublin as a Clerk. He was about 20 years old and lived at Haroldís Cross. He died at the Mercerís Hospital, his death cert described the cause of death as "Shot in Spine 3 months ago, Myelitis, Cystitis, Debilitation, 3 months." He is buried in Glasnevin cemetery, his name is also recorded on the Glasnevin Necrology Wall.

  176. Ryan, Federick (18), 3 High Street.*
  177. Ryan, Patrick (13 years 6 Months), 2 Sitric Place.*
  178. Scott, Walter E. (8), 16 Irvine Crescent.
  179. Sheil, Florence, nťe Pigott, (29) of 45, Jervis Street, Dublin.

    Wife of Walter Sheil, whom she married on 8th April 1907, in Dublin.

    5th daughter, 7th child, of the 13 children of Patrick Joseph Pigott [1842-1915] and Mary nťe Kearns Pigott [1857-1910] formerly of 45, Jervis Street, Dublin.

    She was one of the first casualties of the Easter Rising.

    She was hit by a stray bullet at North King Street, Dublin, on Easter Monday morning, and died later that day in Jervis Street Hospital.

    Her younger brother, Private Henry Bartholomew Pigott [1894-1914] of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, died in Flanders, on 15th December 1914.

  180. Simpson, Vincent P. (23), 6 Enniskerry Road.*
  181. Smyth, Elizabeth (19), 5 Sandwith Place.*
  182. Spellman, Timothy (68), 62 Arbour Hill.*
  183. Stephenson, Patrick (50), 76 Lower Gloucester Street.*
  184. Stillman, John (35), 8 Leitrim Place. John J. Stillman was shot dead at Grand Canal Street Bridge on the 27th of April. He had just left his mother house at Leitrim Place and was crossing the bridge during an exchange of fierce fire between the Military at Mount Street Bridge and the Rebels. He was struck by a bullet in the right lung which killed him instantly. He was employed by Independent Newspapers Limited where he worked in the commercial department. He leaves a widow and four young children ranging in age from 18 months to six years.*
  185. Taaffe, Rosanna (41), 26 Corporation Street*
  186. Tierney, P., 123 Dorset Street.
  187. Timmons, May, 4 Harmony Row.
  188. Traynor, John J. (18), 3 Shannon Terrace, Kilmainham.*
  189. Trevor, Patrick, Ryder's Row.*
  190. Veale, Margaret M. (13), 103 Haddington Road.*
  191. Walsh, Edward (43), 8 Lower Dominick Street.*
  192. Walsh, John (34). 172 North King Street.*
  193. Walsh, James J. (19), 14 Upper Kevin Street.*
  194. Walsh, Philip (27), 43 Manor Place.*
  195. Walsh, Philip (12), 10 Plunkett's Court.*
  196. Watson, William, Swift's Row.*
  197. Watters, Very Rev. F. J , D.D., S.M. (66), 96 Lower Leeson Street.
  198. Wenny, Mrs. (63), 18 Upper Buckingham Street.
  199. West, William (52), 16 Belvedere Place.*
  200. Whelan, Christopher (15), 30 North. Great George's Street.*
  201. Whelan, Daniel (33) 122 Parnell Street.*
  202. Whelan, Patrick (23), 25 Pembroke Cottages Ringsend.
  203. Whelan, Sarah (28), 16 Great Clarence Street.*

Christopher Jordan

The grave of James Jordan in Glasnevin cemetery, Christopher Jordan is also commemorated on the headstone, he is buried in the Mass Grave in St. Paulís Section on the other side of the Finglas Road.

Christopher Jordan, 5 Grant Row, Lower Mount Street, Dublin. Shot dead by British Soldiers on the 29th of April at his home at about midday. His son James Jordan was also shot and seriously wounded in the same incident. Both men were members of the Citizen Army. The British Military surrounded the house and opened a continuous hail of fire on the occupants Christopher Jordan with his wife and eight children. His wife Elizabeth and one of their daughters managed to escape the house and get help from the Parish Priest, Father Fleming, who eventually persuaded the Soldiers to stop firing on the house. Christopherís body was taken by the British soldiers to Hollies Street Hospital and after several days was taken with the bodies of other Rising fatalities and buried in Glasnevin in a mass grave containing up to one hundred bodies. James Jordan died two years later from the wounds he received in the incident, he left a wife and three children.

The Buckley Family
There were some unusual reports in the newspapers regarding deaths during the Rising. In the case of the Family of Mr William Buckley, solicitor, of Rutland Square his wife Frances, aged 54, buried in Glasnevin on the 26th of April and his daughter Edith aged 20 years buried on the 6th of May, both reported as dying of natural causes. Another daughter of Mr Buckley, Lucy aged 18 years, was buried in Glasnevin the cause of death being given as Hysteria brought on by the shock of the fighting.*

Mount Jerome Cemetery

The following is the list of remains brought to Mount Jerome Cemetery for interment as a result of the rebellion:

  • Ballantyne, John (79), 40 Merrion Square.
  • Bond, Henry (33), 38 South Frederick Street.
  • Cowley, Thomas Kearse. (66), 93 Haddington Road and Christian Union Buildings, Died on the 26th of April.
Cecil Dockeray

Dockeray, Cecil E. (44), 4 Warwick Terrace, Leeson Park.
  • Hall, Robert C. (29), 3 Serpentine Avenue
  • Halliday, William. James. (23), Herberton Bridge. Visiting Dublin from Belfast he was shot dead at Dolphinís Barn.
  • Hayter, Charles (77), Grand Canal Street Bridge,
  • Joze, Thomas Moran., Arran quay, A chemist, shot dead while going home. Mr Joze had business premises in Dame Street and Arran Quay, he was challenged by a Rebel on his way home from his place of business, when he failed to answer the challenge he was fired on, Mr Joze was severely deaf and it is thought he did not hear the challenge by the Rebel.
  • Macnamara, John H, (12 years 6 months), York Street.
  • McLoughlin, James (52).
  • Myers, Miss Annie (54), 13 North Earl Street.
  • Neil, James C. (29), 16 Fitzroy Avenue.
  • Neil, Mary (40), Aungier Street.
  • Rice, William. John (35), Glenholme Sandford Terrace.
  • Sainsbury, George P. (5 Years 6 Months), 54 South Circular Road.
  • Vantreen, Mrs Prudence (70), 23 Werburgh Street.
  • Warbrook, Emma (Eleanor) aged 15, 7 Fumbally Lane. Shot in the face by a Rebel at a barricade. 

  • Wilkinson, Miss Elizabeth (60), 4 Woodstock Gardens, Ranelagh.
  • Mr Mackenzie, provisions merchant, Rutland Square, shot dead on Thursday May 24th while sitting beside his window.

Another three victims killed due to the Easter Rising were killed as a result of German Naval shelling on the east coast of England where the port of Lowestoft was shelled. Roger Casement had arranged with the German Navy an attack on the east coast of England to try and divert the attention away from the Rebellion in Ireland. The bombardment took place on the 25th of April 1916.

  • Annie Elizabeth Davey.

  • Sidney Herbert Davey

  • Robert Vernon Mumford described in reports as a baby and an infant.