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Son of the late James and Mary Doyle. Husband of Catherine Doyle nee Whitty of 37 Doyle's Street, Waterford. They were living in Ballyhack when they married in 1885. Their son 26497 William Doyle was killed in action 20 September 1917.
Son of Edward and Mary Doyle nee Barrington, formerly Higgins, Kilanerin, Gorey. His father was a labourer.
Father of James, Dorah and Mary Fortune listed in 1911 census.
Son of Michael and Mary Goodwin nee Kavanagh of Loughgunnen, Ballycogley, Co. Wexford. Commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial.
Son of the late George and Elizabeth Kingsbury nee Connors. Brother of Joseph Kingsberry, Castlehill Street, Wexford.
Son of James and Anastatia Smith née Saunders of Wexford.
James Smith and Anastatia Saunders were married in Wexford where they had three children. They left Wexford for Liverpool around 1882, where Michael was born. They returned to Wexford around 1885.
The 1911 Census shows the family at living in the Faythe.
Michael was husband to Mary Elizabeth Smyth née Finnegan of 73 New Hedley Street, Boundary Street, Liverpool. They married in Liverpool in 1906. (Name spelt Smyth.) He was an able seaman aboard the “HMS Wallington” when he died in the Naval hospital in Southampton 04/11/1917. HMS Wallington was the Auxiliary Patrol base at Immingham from 6/11/1915. (It was a depot ship on the River Humber, with the work and administration being done in the Old Custom House, Grimsby and berthed at Immingham.)
Michael is buried in Ford (Roman Catholic) Cemetery in Liverpool.
His brother James served with 1st Battalion Inniskilling Fusiliers. No: 12504.
Son of Joseph and Mary Ann Spencer nee Walker 18 Probys Row, Arklow, Co Wicklow. On April 12th, 1917, SS Toro, on a voyage from Alexandria to Hull with general cargo, was sunk by the German submarine U-55 (Wilhelm Werner), 200 miles WNW of Ushant (Ouessant). 14 persons were lost. Remembered on the Tower Hill Memorial, UK.