Son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Barnes née Gooding. In 1901 the family resided in Bannow, Co. Wexford, where his father was with the Coast Guard. Prior to enlisting Edward worked as a wood turner in Belfast.
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Son of John and Mary Cooper née Warren, Taghmon, Co. Wexford. Brother of 7571 John Cooper.
Son of Edward and Kate Doolan nee Palmer of Barrack Street, New Ross.
Son of Thomas and Margaret Fitzpatrick. Brother John Fitzpatrick at Ballynaslaney, Oylgate, Co. Wexford
Son of John Leary of Shannon Hill, Enniscorthy. Listed in the London Gazette.
Son of Thomas and Anne Merriman née Carney
Son of John and Rachel Molloy, Askinch, Coolgreaney, Co.Wexford. The 1901 Census shows him with the family at Stepaside, Co. Dublin. His father was an RIC constable. By 1911 his father was a farmer at Askinch, Co. Wexford, but Patrick was not present. Worked as a Farm Labourer in Australia
Awarded the Military Medal (AIF routine order No 16 dated 9th April 1918 and promoted to Sergeant) and is listed in the Commonwealth Gazette No 175 dated 7th November 1918.
Originally buried by the Rev, T.A. Campbell at Verloy. Re-interred 6 miles due north of Lillers 13-08-1918 in Thiemmes Military Cemetery.
Son of James and Margaret Nolan née Duffy of Ballinamona, Ballycanew. (Twin brother of Peter.) Formally with the Royal Irish Regiment Service number 5161.
Decorated in 1917 and awarded the Military Medal, for bravery in battle on land. He was listed in the London Gazette on 18th July 1917. Memorialised on Panel 90-93 the Pozieres Memorial, The Somme, France.
Son of Robert Wilson Somers and Charlotte Somers nee Boyse of Cloughjordan, Co.Tipperary.
Awarded Military Medal and Bar
Son of John and Mary Walsh née Grady of Killinick.
Son of James and Mary Ann Whelan née Kennedy. The 1911 Census shows them at 20 Parnell Street, Wexford. Son of Mr. J. and Mrs M.R. Whelan of 38 Parnell Street, Wexford.
Son of John (RIC stationed in Fethard, Co. Wexford) and Bridget White née Neville. John was a member of the Liverpool Police (No.351) Force prior to the war. Buried Artillery Wood Cemetery, Boezinge, West Flanders, Belgium, Plot VII.F.17
The Battle of Poelcappelle was fought in Flanders, Belgium, on 9 October 1917 by the British Second Army and Fifth Army against the German 4th Army. The battle marked the end of the string of highly successful British attacks in late September and early October, during the Third Battle of Ypres.