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Son of John & Sarah Byrne, (nee Lacey) Wygram, Wexford. Step Mother Margaret Byrne (nee Roche) at John Street, Wexford. Thomas was an apprentice moulder in a local foundry at the time of the Wexford Lockout 1911. His body was never recovered. He is memorialised on panel 33, Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres.
Son of William Thomas (butcher by trade), foreman in Messrs Buttle Brothers victualing establishment, and Bridget Connors née Carty of 24 Ross Road, Enniscorthy. Grave at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belguim.
Son of Joseph Albert and Elizabeth Teresa Cullimore née Harpur of Clarence House, Wexford. Grandson of Moses Harpur, 57 South Main Street, Wexford. Formerly enlisted in Royal Innisskilling Fusiliers and no. 5101, 1st & 2nd Batt 8th London Regiment. Brother of Joseph Albert Cullimore.
Died in Hospital in service at Man Mill Hospital , Tuxedo, Winnipeg from advanced TB. Discharged from front. Returned to Canadia on H.S. Araguaya from Liverpool 04/02/18. Husband of Muriel, Patriot, Sask. Occupation on enlistment was Teamster.
Son of Richard and Mary Grannel née Brien (or Bryan possibly Tomhaggard) of Castle Hill Street, Wexford. Husband of Mary Ann Grennell née Nolan, Bond Street, Liverpool and father to Elizabeth b. Feb 1908 Liverpool. Occupation at time of enlistment was marine firemen.
Recorded as enlisting under an assumed name of Thomas Kelly but this may have been a clerical error on the part of the military. Corrected after death.
Buried Cimetière Saint-Pierre, Marseille, France.
Son of the John and Elizabeth Handrick née Whitty, Maudlins, New Ross. Buried in Lonsdale Military Cemetary, Athuile, France. (Ref: VI.2.6)
Son of Martin and Catherine Howlett (née Murphy) , of Grange, (Ballyhack), Campile, Co. Wexford. Martin worked as a farm labourer until enlisting in 1915.
Son of Michael and Mary Kenny of 9 William Street, Gorey. Irish Guards War diary extract.
Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Loughlin (nee Blye) of Clonroche. Served in the South African War prior to the outbreak of the Great war. Killed during the 2nd day of the Battle for Mons, regarded as the Opening Battle of the First World War for the British Expeditionary Force. William is remembered at St Symphorien Military Cemetery.
He had a brother James lived at Ballymackessy, Clonroche, Co. Wexford.
Son of the late Patrick and Bridget Nolan née Byrne of 5 Mernagh Street, (Edward's Lane) Enniscorthy. Memorialised on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial (France).
Son of James and Anne Stafford née Keegan. Husband of Gertrude Stafford née Moore of 161 Iveagh Building, 25 New Bride Street, Dublin. Served in India and the Boer War Campaign. Was employed in Guinness' and appears on the Guinness Great War Roll of Honour. His final rank was Lance-Corporal - promoted in the field. Commemorated on the Helles Memorial monument, Gallipoli, Turkey.