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Some Irishmen Killed in During World War 1

Whitefield George Nicholson

Whitefield George Nicholson 101184. Died on the 4th of June 1917. He was a gunner with "D" Bty. 51st Bde. Royal Field Artillery. He is buried in ATHIES COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION France. He was born in Dublin and was about 26 years old when he died.



Robert Burton Benison

Robert Burton Benison, Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Connaught Rangers. Died on the 20th of September 1914 aged 23. He was the Son of John J. and Marie Benison of Slieve Russell, Ballyconnell Co. Cavan. He is buried in Vendresse British Cemetery, Aisne, France.
Cyril Harvey Kelly

Cyril Harvey Kelly Private 3501 16th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F. He was the son of the late Mr. W. T. Kelly of Waterford and the stepson of Mr Charles Downey of ‘Northesk’ Lansdowne, Limerick. He was born in Waterford, he was 31 years old and had worked as a commercial Clerk before the war.


Henry Couper Mills


Henry Couper Mills, Boy 1st Class Royal Navy died on H.M.S. Indefatigable in the Battle of Jutland. He was 17 years old and a native of Dublin.

Robert Andrew De Stacpoole
Robert Andrew De Stacpoole, Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Connaught Rangers died on the 20th of September 1914 aged 22. he was the Son of the Duke of Stacpoole, Justice of the Peace. Co. Galway. He is remembered on the La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France.
Geoffrey Russell Fenton

Geoffrey Russell Fenton, Lieutenant with the 2nd Battalion The Connaught Rangers. He died on the 20th of September 1914 aged 24. He was the Son of William Russell Fenton, D.L., and Josephine Fenton, of Ardaghowen, Sligo and husband of Millicent Agnes Fenton, of Hampton Court Palace, Middlesex. He is remembered on the La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France.
John Irwin Fraser
John Irwin Fraser, Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Connaught Rangers. Died on the 14th of September 1914. He was the Son of the late John Fraser, of Riversdale, Boyle, Co. Roscommon. He is buried in Vailly British Cemetery, Aisne, France.

George Haire

George Haire. Lieutenant 6th Battalion The Connaught Rangers. Died of wounds on the 7th of January 1917. He was Born in Co. Sligo and the Son of the Rev. Canon W. J. Haire and Mary Elizabeth Haire, of Gurteen Laughton, Lewes. He is buried in Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Christopher James Hughes
Christopher James Hughes. Captain 4th Battalion The Connaught Rangers. Died on the 13th of May 1916 aged 33. Son of Christopher and Nannie Hughes, of Graiguenamanah, Co. Kilkenny. Educated at Clongowes Wood College, Ireland. Gazetted to the 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers in 1901. Served in the South African Campaign with 3rd Bn. Highland Light Inf. (1902). He is remembered on the Basra War Memorial Iraq.

Donal Charles O’Connell

Donal Charles O’Connell. Second Lieutenant 4th Battalion The Connaught Rangers attached the 8th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of September 1916 aged 21. He was the son of James John O'Connell, of "Arona", Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
George Seymour Russell Stritch MD
George Seymour Russell Stritch MD. Captain 6th Battalion The Connaught Rangers. Killed in Action in Flanders on the 7th of February 1916 aged 55. Husband of Mrs. Margaret Stritch, of 3, Gardiner Place, Dublin. M.D. Studied for Medical Doctorate at Trinity College Dublin. L.R.C.P & S (Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians and the College of Surgeons of Edinburgh). Captain 5th Durham Light Infantry September 1914, Captain 6th Connaught Rangers May 1915. A native of Dublin City. He is buried in Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Charles Frederick Bailey

Charles Frederick Bailey. Second Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers attached to the Trench Mortar Battery. Died on the 9th of May 1916 aged 33. He was the son of Alice Bailey, of Eastville, Dunmanway, Co. Cork, and the late Charles Bailey, of Marksbury, Bath. He is buried in the Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France.
Arthur Grove Colles
Arthur Grove Colles. Captain attached to the 1st Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 12th of March 1915 aged 24. He was the son of Alexander and Georgina Colles, of 3, Elgin Rd., Dublin. He is remembered on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.
William Symes Drury

William Symes Drury. Lieutenant 6th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 29 of January 1916. He was the son of Thomas C. Drury, K.C., of Richmond House, 30, Rathgar Rd., Dublin. He is buried in the Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
William George Massy Eagar
William George Massy Eagar. Captain 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 21st of August 1915 aged 23. He was the son of W. J. A. and Ida J. Eagar, of "Iveragh," Church Rd., Greystones, Co. Wicklow. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Alexander Crichton Cooper Haines

Alexander Crichton Cooper Haines. Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 8th of May 1915 aged 20. He was the only son of Caroline Anne Haines (nee Cooper), of 9, Merrion Row, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, and the late John Crichton Haines. He is buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Noel John Davies
Noel John Davies. Second Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 27 of April 1916 aged 25. he was the son of Mrs. A. Davies, of 46, Kenilworth Park, Rathgar, Dublin. He is buried in Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
John Alan Harvey

John Alan Harvey. Second Lieutenant 11th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 20th of November 1917 aged 20. He was the only son of the Rev. Ralph Harvey and Hannah Constance Harvey, of The Rectory, Charleville, Co. Cork. He is buried in Croisilles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Poole Henry Hickman
Poole Henry Hickman. Captain 7th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 15th of August 1915 aged 35 from wounds received Dardanelles. Born in County Clare. He was a Barrister at Law B.A Trinity College Dublin 1902. Promoted to Lieutenant September 1914 Captain January 1915. He was the Son of Francis William and Elizabeth B. Gore Hickman, of 23, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin. He is remembered on the Helles memorial Turkey.
Douglas Ian Inglis

Douglas Ian Inglis. Second Lieutenant 3rd battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 7th of February 1917 aged 21. He was the son of Mr. I. A. Inglis, of St. James, Drogheda. Joined 1914. He is buried in Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Ernest Lawrence Julian
Ernest Lawrence Julian. Lieutenant D Company 7th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Barrister at Law, BA Trinity College Dublin 1897 Ex-Reid professor of Criminal Law. Promoted Lieutenant September 1914. He died from wound received Dardanelles on the 8th of August 1915. He was a native of Dublin City. Son of the late John and Margaret Julian, of Drumbane, Birr, King's County. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Thomas Michael Kettle

Thomas Michael Kettle. Lieutenant 9th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of September 1916 aged 36. He was the son of Andrew J. and Margaret Kettle, of Newtown, St. Margaret's, Co. Dublin; husband of Mary S. Kettle (nee Sheehy), of 3, Belgrave Park, Rathmines, Dublin. Member of Parliament for East Tyrone, and the Professor of National Economics at University College, Dublin. Poet, journalist, essayist and idealist. A leading Irish Nationalist, he joined the Dublin Fusiliers when Belgium was attacked, to fight "not for England, but for small nations." One of the outstanding Irishmen of his generation, he wrote a number of war poems. Killed in action at the Battle of the Somme. Poems and Parodies, published 1916, and The Ways of War, published 1917. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
Frank Brendan O’Carroll
Frank Brendan O’Carroll. Second Lieutenant 6th battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 10th of August 1915 aged 20. He was the Son of Joseph O'Carroll, M.D., F.R.C.P.I., and Frances O'Carroll, of 43, Merrion Square, Dublin. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Dudley Eyre Persse

Dudley Eyre Persse, Captain with the 4th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers attached to the 2nd Battalion. Died on the 1st of February 1915 aged 22. He was the Son of Alfred Lovaine Persse and Florence G. Persse, of Cragmoher, Corofin, Co. Clare. He is buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nrod, France.
William Reeves Richards
William Reeves Richards. Captain (Adjutant) 6th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in Action Dardanelles on the 15th of August 1915, h was mentioned in dispatches. He was the son of John William Richards, J.P. (of Rath, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, and 51, Merrion Square, Dublin) and of Adelaide Prudentia Richards (nee Roper). He is buried in Green Hill Cemetery Turkey.
Richard Brinsley Sheridan

Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died on the 7th of March 1916 aged 26. He was the Son of John R. and Helen Sheridan. Native of Dugort, Achill Island, Co. Mayo. He is buried in Lillers Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Robert Lepper Valentine
Robert Lepper Valentine. Lieutenant 8th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds received on the 30th of April 1916 aged 26. he was the Son of the late William J. and Grace Dalton Valentine, of Enniskillen, 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 Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He is buried in the Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Eric Beresford Greer

Eric Beresford Greer. Lieutenant Colonel 2nd Battalion The Irish Guards. Killed in action on the 31st of July 1917 aged 25. He was the son of Capt. J. H. and Mary Greer, of Curragh Grange, The Curragh, Co. Kildare. Raised by his Grandmother Agnes Isabella Greer in Moy County Tyrone. He is buried in Canada Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

Francis St. Leger Greer, brother of the above, Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Irish Guards. Died on the 1st if February 1917 aged 22. He was awarded the Military Cross. He is buried in Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-l'Abbe, Somme, France.

The Honourable Andrew Edward Somerset Mulholland
The Honourable Andrew Edward Somerset Mulholland. Captain 1st Battalion The Irish Guards. Died on the 1st of November 1914 aged 32. He was the Son of 2nd Baron Dunleath and Baroness Dunleath, of Ballywater Park, Co. Down Ireland and husband of Lady Joan Mulholland (now Countess of Cavan), of 22, Great Cumberland Place, London. He is buried in Ypres Town Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.


Sinclair Baxter Coghill


Sinclair Baxter Coghill. Second Lieutenant 5th attached 8th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of September 1916 aged 22. He was the son of Alexander S. and Rhoda A. Coghill, of 100, Marlborough Rd., Donnybrook, Dublin. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
Donald James Grubb
Donald James Grubb. Second Lieutenant 5th Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died on the 15th of August 1915 aged 20. He was the only son of the Rev. James and Jessie Grubb, of Belfast. Educated at Wesley College, Dublin. A member of the O.T.C., Queen's University, Belfast. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Francis George Jones

Francis George Jones. Lieutenant Colonel 1st Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died on the 5th of May 1915 aged 51. He was the son of the Rev. Edward G. and Eliza W. Jones, of Cecilstown Lodge, Mallow, Co. Cork. Awarded Indian G.S. Medal (Chin Hills, 1892-93). Medal for Tirah Campaign (2 clasps "Tirah" 1897-82nd "Punjab Frontier" 1897-8); and Queen's South African Medal, with 3 clasps, (Brevet Major, twice Mentioned in Despatches). He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Charles James William Kane Lendrum
Charles James William Kane Lendrum. Major 3rd battalion attached 1st Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died of wounds on the 13th of November 1916 aged 28. Mentioned in Dispatches. Only son of Mrs. James Lendrum, of Bundoran, Co. Donegal, and the late Maj. James Vesey Lendrum (Seaforth Highlanders). He is buried in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France.
Noel Desmond Trimble

Noel Desmond Trimble. Second Lieutenant 12th attached 8th Battalion The Royal Enniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 29th of April 1916 aged 20. Son of W. C. and Lily Trimble, of Century House, Enniskillen. Former student of Trinity College Dublin where he enrolled in 1913.

The image gives his initials as L. D. and he is listed in the Trinity Collage Roll as Noch Desmond.

Francis Alfred Joseph Brown
Francis Alfred Joseph Brown. Second Lieutenant 6th battalion The Leinster Regiment attached to the 8th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of September 1916 aged 22. He was the son of Jane Eleanor Brown, of 19, Ballyholme Esplanade, Bangor, Co. Down., and the late William Henry Brown. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
William Nagle Creagh

William Nagle Creagh. Second Lieutenant 3rd battalion The Leinster Regiment. Died of wounds on the 7th of march 1917 aged 36. He was the son of William and Emma Creagh, of Mallow, Co. Cork; husband of Christina M. Creagh, of 3, Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park, London. He is buried in Pond Farm Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Reginald Horace Crosbie Gilliat
Reginald Horace Crosbie Gilliat. Captain 5th Battalion The Leinster Regiment attached to the 1st (formally 2nd Bn) The Connaught Rangers. He was born in County Meath Ireland and was the Son of Mr. C. Gilliat, of New Club, Cheltenham, Glos. He is buried in Rue-du-Bacquerot No.1 Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Harry Pemberton Dudley

Harry Pemberton Dudley. Second Lieutenant 3rd Battalion The Leinster Regiment. Killed in action on the 3rd of September 1916 aged 36. He was the 3rd son of the late Henry N Dudley M.D. formerly of Kinnitty King’s County and afterwards Durrow Queen’s County. He was born in Kinnitty on the 8th of May 1880. Married to Mary Elizabeth nee Pemberton of 2 Burdett Avenue Sandycove the daughter of John Pemberton of Blackrock. Educated by private tuition, Lanly School and Dublin. He was living in Singapore and returned home at the out-break of war, he joined 7th (service) Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers, went to the Dardanelles where he was severely wounded at Suvla Bay in August 1915. After recovery he was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Leinster Regiment in November 1915. Went to France in July 1916 attached to the 2nd Royal Irish Regiment and was killed in action near Guillemot on the 3rd of September 1916.
Albert Fisher Gibson
Albert Fisher Gibson. 4th Battalion The Leinster Regiment attached to the 4th Squadron The Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action on the 24th of March 1917. He was the son of Robert Dane Gibson and Amy Gibson, of 20, Morehampton Road, Dublin. He is buried in Beugnatre Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Michael Aloysius Higgins

Michael Aloysius Higgins. Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Leinster Regiment. Killed in action on the 31st of March 1917 aged 26. He was the son of Thomas F. and Josephine Higgins (nee Sullivan), of Woodlands Stradbally, Queen's Co. He is buried in Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France.
Henry Harold Hodges
Henry Harold Hodges. Second Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Leinster Regiment. Killed in action on the 13th of July 1916 aged 21. he was the son of John George Hodges, B.D., and Anna Maria Gore Hodges, of Ardnurcher Rectory, Moate, Westmeath. Native of Belmont, King's Co. He is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
George Averil Read

George Averil Read. Captain 3rd Battalion attached 11th Battalion The Leinster Regiment. Died on the 8th of March 1917 aged 30. Born in County Tipperary. He was the son of Turner 0. and Emily M. Read, of Dungar, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.
James Vernon Yates Willington
James Vernon Yates Willington. Second Lieutenant 6th Battalion The Leinster Regiment. Died on the 10th of August aged 20. He was the son of James T. C. and Alice Willington, of St. Kierans, Birr, King's County. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
John William Bennett

John William Bennett. Lieutenant 3rd Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action at Loos on the 13th of October 1915 aged 25. He was the only son of John Hallaran Bennett and Brida Battine Bennett, of Charleston, Ballinacurra, Co. Cork. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers on the 4th of November 1914 promoted Lieutenant May 1915.Landed in France on the 17th of August 1915, served with an entrenching battalion for some weeks before being attached to the Munster Fusiliers on the 30th of September. He is buried in Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos, France.
Guy Walter Burrowes
Guy Walter Burrowes. Lieutenant 6th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action in Gallipoli on the 16th of August 1915. Son of the late George Burrows Garriglea Sunday’s Well Cork. Born Cork 15th November 1886. Educated at Buckley’s Private Academy. Went to Rhodesia but returned at the out-break of the war. Gazetted Temporary Lieutenant 2nd September 1914 promoted Lieutenant 23 January 1915. Served with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force at the Dardanelles and was KIA near Suvla Bay.
Patrick Leopold Cahill

Patrick Leopold Cahill. Lieutenant 4th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 21st of March 1918 aged 24. he was the son of Emily Nugent Cahill, of Ballyconra House, Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny, and the late Col. John Nugent Cahill. He is buried in Epehy Wood Farm Cemetery, Somme, France.
Edward Crump Dorman
Edward Crump Dorman. Captain (acting Adjutant) 1st Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. He died on the 1st of May 1915 aged 30. He was the son of the late John William and of Marion Isabelle Dorman, of Raffeen, Kinsale, Co. Cork and husband of Hilda Penn Dorman, of Knockmourne, Conna, Co. Cork. He is remembered on the Helles memorial Turkey.
Thomas Robert Hobart Dorman

Thomas Robert Hobart Dorman. Second Lieutenant 2nd Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds near Lille on February 21st 1916 aged 21. He was the brother of Miss M. Dorman, of 97, Lower Mount St., Dublin. He is buried in Lens Eastern Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Ernest Magowan Harper
Ernest Magowan Harper. Lieutenant 7th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of May 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant Munster Fusiliers on the 1st of September 1914 promoted Lieutenant of the 5th of May 1915. Went to the Dardanelles and KIA at Suvla Bay on the 9th of August 1915. He was born at Mullaghadun near Dungannon on the 4th of June 1890. Educated at Union Place National School, Dungannon (John Byod), Royal School and Queens University Belfast. He was the son of Henry Magowan Harper and Annie Elizabeth.
Francis Moran

Francis Moran. Lieutenant 9th Battalion attached 2nd Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 23rd of August 1916 aged 23. He was the son of the Rev. Francis and Mrs. Josephine Moran, of Grange House, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone. Scholar of Trinity College, Dublin. He is buried in Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France.
Miles Henry O’Donovan
Miles Henry O’Donovan. Captain 4th attached 8th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 20th of June 1916 aged 20. Born in Cork City. He was the son of Col. The O'Donovan, C.B., of Arda, Limers Lane, Northam, N. Devon, formerly of Liss Ard, Skibbereen, Co. Cork. He is buried in the Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France.
Francis Joseph O’Flynn

Francis Joseph O’Flynn. 2nd Lieutenant 9th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 27th of April 1916 aged 24. He was the son of James C. O'Flynn, of 4, York Terrace, Cork. Graduate, University College, Cork. He is buried in Mazingarbe Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Spencer Robert Valentine Travers
Spencer Robert Valentine Travers. 7th Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of August 1915 aged 22. Mentioned in Dispatches. He was the Son of Robert Travers, of West View, Glandore, Co. Cork. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Arthur Cecil Vigors

Arthur Cecil Vigors. Second Lieutenant The Royal Munster Fusiliers attached to the 9th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 9th of September 1916 aged 21. He was the son of Hannah Marion Vigors, of Blessington, Co. Wicklow, and the late Charles Henry Vigors. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

Charles Henry Vigors brother of the above also fell, Captain 12th Battalion The Cheshire Regiment. Killed in action on the 18th of September 1918. Awarded the Military Cross and Croix de Guerre with palm (France). He was the Husband of Kate Mary Vgors, of 33, Church St., Lenton, Nottingham. Brother 2nd Lt. A.C. Vigors also died on service. He is remembered on the Doiran Memorial, Greece.

Arthur Dominic Wilson
Arthur Dominic Wilson. Second Lieutenant 1st Battalion The Royal Munster Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 10 of September 1916 aged 21. He was the son of the Rev. Canon and Mrs. Arthur Wilson, of Dunmanway. Born at Doughcloyne, Co. Cork. Volunteered in June, 1915, when a student in Trinity College, Dublin, intending to take Holy Orders. He is buried in La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie, Somme, France.
Alan James Ramsay Anderson

Alan James Ramsay Anderson. Second Lieutenant 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Died on the 20th of October 1914 aged 21 he was the son of Robert Andrew and Mary Teresa Anderson, of The Plunkett House, 84, Merrion Square, Dublin. Educated at Strangeway's School, Dublin, Beaumont College, Eton, Bedford Grammar School and University College, Oxford. "Blue" (Boxing) Oxford V. Cambridge 3 years. President St. Patrick's Club, and Member Vincent's Club, Oxford. Probationer I.A.O.S. Staff, 1914. he is remembered on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.
Charles Reginald Fausset
Charles Reginald Fausset. Second Lieutenant 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Died on the 2nd of May 1915 aged 36. He was the Second son of Ellen F. O. Fausset (nee Lane) and the late Rev. Charles Fausset, B.A., T.C.D. B.A., M.A., L.L.D. Trinity College, Dublin. Captained T.C.D. Cricket XI. Mile and quarter-mile champion of Ireland. Gazetted 3rd Royal Irish Regiment October 1914. He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Brendan Joseph Fottrell

Brendan Joseph Fottrell. Second Lieutenant 3rd battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. He died on the 15th of March 1915 aged 29. He was the son of John George and Lily Fottrell, of Richelieu, Sydney Parade, Co. Dublin and husband of Antoinette Fottrell. He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Cedric Dunhill Nealon
Cedric Dunhill Nealon. Second Lieutenant 4th Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Killed in action on the 19th of August 1917 aged 18. He was born in Dublin and the son of William M. Nealon, a bank managed from Cork City, and Sarah his wife, of Stanley Ville, Ramsey, Isle of Man. He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Paul Charles Stacpoole O’Longan

Paul Charles Stacpoole O’Longan. Second Lieutenant 41st Squadron Royal Flying Corps and The Royal Irish Regiment. Killed in action on the 1st of June 1917 aged 19. He was the son of Paul, HM Customs examining officer, and Elizabeth O’Longan of Blackrock County Cork. He is buried in Oosttaverne Wood Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
William Hoey Kearney Redmond
William Hoey Kearney Redmond. Major 6th Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Died from wounds received in the battle of Messines Ridge on the 7th of June 1917 aged 56. Husband of Eleanor Redmond. He was the brother of John Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party and Nationalist Member of Parliament for Wexford since 1884. Awarded the Legion of Honour (France). He is buried in Locre Hospice Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.


John Dennis (Denys) Shine

John Dennis (Denys) Shine, Second Lieutenant 1st Battalion attached 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Died on the 25th of August 1914 aged 19. He was the Son of Col. J. M. F. Shine, C.B. Husband of Kathleen of Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. He is buried in Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery, Mons, Hainaut, Belgium. His brother Hugh Patrick Shine Second Lieutenant 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment also fell on the 25th of May 1915 and is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Frederick Maurice Wookey
Frederick Maurice Wookey, Second Lieutenant C Company 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Died on the 19th of March 1915 aged 27. He was the Son of Frederick Wookey, J.P., of Leixlip, Co. Dublin. He attended Campbell College County Down. He was born in Dublin. He is buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord, France.
John Broadwood Atkinson

John Broadwood Atkinson. Captain 5th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died in Number 19 General Hospital on the 24th of December 1915 from wounds received at the landing at Suvla Bay on the 6th of August 1915 aged 21. He was born at Summer Island, Loughgall, County Armagh on the 1st of October 1894. He was the 3rd son of the late Joseph Atkinson of Crowhill County Armagh who served as a Lieutenant with the 67th Regiment. He was educated at Mourne Grange County Down and Oundle School. Gazetted 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Reserve Battalion The Royal irish Rifles on the 15th of August 1914, promoted Lieutenant 5th Battalion R. I. Rif. 19th of November 1914 and Captain September 1915. he is buried in the Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery Egypt.
William Oliver Fortesque Darling
William Oliver Fortesque Darling. Lieutenant 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion Royal Irish Rifles. Died on the 16th of September 1915 aged 23. He was the son of the Rev. Oliver Warner Darling and the late Edith Darling (nee Dunn). Native of Duncannon, Co. Wexford. Buried in Y Farm Military Cemetery, Bois Grenier Nord, France.
William Eastwood
William Eastwood. Major 6th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died on the 11th of August 1915 aged 36. He was the son of Major Francis Eastwood-Eastwood, of Castletown, and Feeves, Dundalk, Co. Louth; husband of Georgina Harriet Barbara Cassels (formerly Eastwood, nee Cameron), of Englefield Lodge, Englefield Green, Surrey. He is remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Simeon Robert Franks Empey
Simeon Robert Franks Empey. Second Lieutenant 3rd Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles attached to the 9th Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died on the 17th of August 1916 aged 24. He was the son of Robert James and Henrietta Emily Empey, of Ballinclea, Stradbally, Queen's County, Ireland. He is buried in Acheux British Cemetery, Somme, France.
Valentine Knox Gilliland

Valentine Knox Gilliland. Captain 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died on the 8th of May 1915 aged 25. He was the Son of George Knox Gilliland and Frances Jane Gilliland, of Brook Hall, Londonderry. He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
James Valentine Hyndman
James Valentine Hyndman. Captain 14th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died on the 7th of July 1916 from wounds received. He was the son of James Hyndman. of "Lisanore," Antrim Rd., Belfast. He is buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
George Ross McGusty

George Ross McGusty. Lieutenant 8th Battalion the Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds on the 14th of June 1916 aged 22. Late of Oriel College, Oxford. Son of George Alfred McGusty, K.C., and Louisa M. McGusty, of 35, Leeson Park, Dublin. Joined Inns of Court O.T.C., Aug.,1914. He is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery, Somme, France.
Elliott Johnston
Elliott Johnston. Captain 13th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Killed in action on the 1st of July 1916 aged 28. He was the Son of Samuel Johnston, of 1, Deramore Park, Belfast. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
Ernest Dickinson Price

Ernest Dickinson Price. Lieutenant 3rd Battalion attached 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died from wounds on the 19th of March 1916 aged 22. He was the son of Lt. Col. Ivon H. Price, D.S.O., Assistant Inspector General Royal Irish Constabulary, and Margaret E. Price, of Greystones, Co. Wicklow. Educated at St. Columba's College and Trinity College, Dublin. He is buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais, France.
Roger Owen Birbeck Wakefield
Roger Owen Birbeck Wakefield. Lieutenant 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died on the 28th of August 1914 aged 22. he was the Son of Edward Wakefield, of Farnagh, Moate, Co. Westmeath. He is buried in Caudry Old Communal Cemetery, Nord, France.
Jerome Lennie Walker

Jerome Lennie Walker. Second Lieutenant 14th Battalion the Royal Irish Rifles. Killed in action on the 6th of May 1916 aged 27. He was the son of F. Manderson Walker and Helen Lennie Walker of Mount Royal, Whitehead, Co. Antrim. He is buried in Authuile Military Cemetery, Authuille, Somme, France.
Henry Walter Cecil Weldon
Henry Walter Cecil Weldon. Captain 7th Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. He was killed in action on the 27 of April 1916 aged 34. Born in Bantry County Cork he was the Son of Sarah and the late Henry Walter Weldon, of 72, Pembroke Rd., Dublin. He is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Edward Workman

Edward Workman. Lieutenant attached the 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Rifles. Died from wounds on the 26th if January 1916 aged 29. Awarded the Military Cross. He was the only son of Frank and Sara Workman, of "The Moat," Strandtown, Co. Down. Native of Belfast. Educated at Charterhouse and B.A. of Trinity College, Cambridge. He is buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
John Kirk Boal
John Kirk Boal. Captain 3rd Battalion attached 1st Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. Killed in action on the 3rd of May 1917. he was the son of John and Sophie Boal, of Antrim House, Antrim. He is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.
Charles Conyers

Charles Conyers. Lieutenant Colonel 2nd Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. Died on the 12th of May 1915 aged 46. he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conyers and husband of Minnie Dorothea Conyers of Nantinan, Ballingrane, Co. Limerick. Served in the South African Campaign. He is buried in Brandhoek Military Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
George Grant Duggan
George Grant Duggan. Captain 5th Battalion The Royal Irish Fusiliers. Son of George and Emilie Duggan, of Ferney, Greystones, Co. Wicklow; husband of Dorothy Duggan, of Glenvar, St. Kevin's Park, Rathgar, Dublin. B.A., Trinity College Dublin 1908, Lieutenant Officer Training Corps Unattached List February 1913. Captain R. I. Fus. October 1914. Member of the Dublin University Athletic Union; also an Irish International cross country runner. Died from wounds received Dardanelles 16th of August 1915. Remembered on the Helles Memorial Turkey.
Richard Gardiner Brewster

Richard Gardiner Brewster. Second Lieutenant 7th (South Irish Horse) Battalion The Royal Irish Regiment. Killed in action on the 25th of March 1918 aged 25. He was the son of Susan M. Brewster, of "Audenville," Iona Rd., Glasnevin, Dublin, and the late William Theodore Brewster. He is remembered on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France.
The Honourable George Henry Morris
The Honourable George Henry Morris. Lieutenant Colonel 1st Battalion The Irish Guards. Died of wound on the 1st of September 1914 aged 42. He was the son of Baron Morris and Killanin, of Spiddal, Co. Galway, and Anna, daughter of the Hon. G. H. Hughes, a Baron of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland, husband of Dora Morris (now Mrs. Tharp), of 4, Lancaster Gate Terrace. London. He is buried in Guards Grave, Villers-Cotterets Forest, Aisne, France.
The Reverend Donal Vincent O’Sullivan

The Reverend Donal Vincent O’Sullivan. Chaplin 4th Class Army Chaplin’s’ Department. Killed in action on the 5th of July 1916 aged 26. At the time of his death he was Chaplin to the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He was the son of Son of Hannah O'Sullivan, of 6, High St., Killarney, and the late D. F. O'Sullivan. He is buried in Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery, Somme, France.
Bell Alfred Ray Lancaster
Bell Alfred Ray Lancaster listed on the Commonwealth War Grave Commission website under the family name Lancaster-Bell and on the Irish census with the first name Ray Lancaster and on the Irish Memorial Record with the first names Alfred Roy Lancaster. Born in Ballinasloe Galway. Killed in Action on the 17th of March 1915 and is buried/commemorated in Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery He was the only son of Alfred and Annie Ray Bell, of Morehampton Road, Dublin. He held the rank of Lieutenant attached to the 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He was 19 years old when he died.

Bell was educated at St. Georges College and Rosse College Dublin. He joined the army at the outbreak of the war and was gazetted 2nd Lieutenant to the 5th Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers on the 15ht of August 1914 and attached to the 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He reached the front lines on the 15th of May 1914 and was wounded by shrapnel in the lung at the second battle of Ypres on the 17th and died four hours later in the 12th Field Ambulance near Vlamertinghe (Vlamertynghe)


Private Edward Shiel

Private Edward Shiel 21067 2nd Battalion The Royal Dublin Fusiliers died on the 3rd of July 1918 while a Prisoner of War, he was 29 years old and the son of John Shiel, of Castleroe, Maganey, Co. Kildare. He is buried in Cambrai East Military Cemetery, Nord, France.