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1911 Census, aged 36, showed the couple at 101 Barry Street, Liverpool, with their children Nicholas George (3), and Florence Deborah (1).
Widow: Deborah, 59 Session Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool. Son of Nicholas and Catherine Cleary nee Doyle. His father was a labourer. Married Deborah Tweedy at Ballinameela, Dungarvan, Co.Waterford, 10th January 1900. She was then residing at Coolahest, Dromana, Co. Waterford, but was born in Co.Wexford.
Son of the late Capt. F.C. Cromie, Hampshire Regt. And of Mrs Lennard. Husband of Mrs Cromie of 9 Old Park Road, Clapham Common, London. Article in the People 1918.Son of Lieutenant Charles Francis and Mary Grace Josephine Cromie nee Webb-Bowen. Married Gladys nee Cromie in 1907.
Son of Miss Mary Dwyer. Married Margaret Mary Millerick at Queenstown, Co. Cork, 27 November 1915. Widow at 20 Queen Street, Cork. Mother Mrs Denis Murphy at 10 William Street, Gorey.
Son of John and Mary Dwyer nee Furlong of 8 Ross Road, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of John and Anne Franklin nee Cahill. Husband of Mary Ann 'Marian' Franklin nee Murphy and brother of Sergeant Martin Franklin, Royal Irish Regiment. Invalided from the Navy 31 May 1916 and employed with the Coast Guard.
Husband of Catherine French of Ballyell, Tagoat. On 31 May 1918, Snaefell sailed from Alexandria for Malta escorted by a sloop and two armed trawlers. On the evening of 3 June 1918 the Snaefell was struck amidships in the boiler space by a torpedo from the German submarine UB-105 (Wilhelm Marschall), 240 miles East-Southeast of Malta. The ship remained afloat for an hour before sinking, allowing time to rescue all. Three lives were lost in the torpedo explosion.
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Son of William and Mary Froyne nee O'Sullivan. His father, a member of the Coast Guard, died at Midleton, Co. Cork. Married Mary 'Minnie' O'Shea at Midleton, 8th January 1914. Widow at Ballick, Midleton.
Son of Michael and Mary Goodwin nee Kavanagh of Loughgunnen, Ballycogley, Co. Wexford. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Son of Daniel and Rose Ann Goodwin nee Hedgecook formerly McCabery, 33 Malins Road, Mile End Landport, Portsmouth. His father was in the Coast Guard. Portsmouth Cemetary.
Son of Patrick and Margaret Hogan nee Burke, 24 Cumberland Street, Devonport. His father, born in Limerick, was Colour-Sergeant in 3rd Royal Irish Regiment, his mother was born in India. By 1901 his father was a wharf labourer residing at 33 King Street, Devonport. Children were Mary (13), Gladys (11), Patrick (7), Charles (5), Margaret (3), and Annie (9 months).
Son of James Dinness and Johanna ‘Annie’ Holman née Sandys. His father was in the Coast Guard. Parents, born in Cornwall, later resided at 9 Holland Park Road, Peverell, Mutley, Plymouth.
Son of William and Catherine Kehoe nee Burnell of Oldhall, Bridgetown, Wexford.
Son of John and Kate Leach nee Ryan. His father was a labourer. His gallantry medal was presented to him by King George V. He was part of a specially selected group of 100 men that lined the aisle of Westminster Abbey for the interment of the Unknown Warrior. Widow was Ellen Mary 'Helena' Leach nee Kennedy and later Mrs James Heneberry. Left two children. Died from drowning off Great Island while returning to England as a passenger on the SS Great Western. Cause not determined at the inquest but witnesses indicated that it was not suicide. His father helped to recover the body from the river on 24th April. Buried 25 yards south-west of entrance to Kilmokea Cemetery, Co. Wexford.
Son of James and the late Elizabeth Leary of Castle (Hill) Street, Wexford. Had previously assisted in rescuing the survivors of HMS Bulwark in Sheerness Harbour.
Son of the late James and Anne Meyler. (Married 1881) Co. Wexford. The 1911 Census shows him with his wife Philippa at 12 Amherst Street, Pennycomequick, Plymouth. Children present were Adelaide (28), John (23), Francis (16) and Norman (12). Widow at 9 Holdsworth Street, Pennycomequick, Plymouth. Body not recovered for burial. Appears on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Son of the late William Walter and Adele Eden Miller née Spicer. His father, born in England, was a Coast Guard boatman. The 1901 Census shows the family at Ballygillane, Rosslare. Children were Lawrence (3), Helena Irene (2) and Reginald George (4 months). Mother: Adele Eden resided at 4 South View Villas, Bournemouth Road, Parkstone, Dorset in 1919.
Husband of Annie Molly of Tintern Saltmills, Co.Wexford. Son of Valentine and Kate Molloy nee Murphy of Grange, Fethard, Co.Wexford.
Husband of Teresa O'Leary of 538 Commercial Road, Portsmouth. Enniscorthy Guardian article. Son of Mr and Mrs James O'Leary, Kilmacoe. Married 1910. His wife Teresa was from Carnsore. The 1911 Census shows them at 29 Cressy Road, Portsmouth. Served as Leary.