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 Joseph & Mary Boyce née Withers, 16 Abbey St, Wexford.
Son of Patrick J. and Ellen Courtney nee Roche of Coolgarrow, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of William and Julia Crowther nee Walton of 5 Graham's Cottages, Ballybough Road, Dublin.
Son of James and Ellen Devereux nee Larkin, John's Gate Street, Wexford. Later Gibson Street, Wexford.
Son of William and Mary Doyle nee Boland of Clonroche.
Son of Thomas Joseph and Kathleen E. Healey nee Shine of Wexford. His father was a solicitor. Married Marjorie Elizabeth Sprent on 26 November 1914. Resided at Peter Street, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary. Prior to enlistment as 18687 Private Maurice Shine, 3rd Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, on 1 March 1915, he was a clerk with the Munster and Leinster Bank, Nenagh, but had embezzled £255 from the bank. He was arrested 27 March 1915. Convicted 17 April 1915 and sentenced to six months in prison. Upon his release he rejoined his regiment until he transferred to the Machine Gun Corps 16 November 1916.
Son of John Evans Joyce and Margaret Affra Joyce née Magrath of Taghmon. Husband of Josephine Joyce of Aughfal House, Taghmon, Co.Wexford.
Son of Aiden and Sarah Kavanagh nee Foster of Fairfield, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Husband of Bridget Kelly of 12 Usher's Island, Dublin. Previously served as 6694 in the R Irish Regt. Boer War veteran. Re-enlisted 25.10.14 but discharged as unfit 25.11.14. Son of Sergeant Michael Kelly, R Irish Regiment, and Ann nee O'Brien. The 1901 Census shows his pensioner father, manager of the County Wexford Club, at 34 Spawell Road, Wexford. Married Bridget O'Gorman, Rowe Street, Wexford, 24.2.1908. In 1911 his father was at Custom House Quay, Wexford.
Husband of Mary Lyons of 9 William Place, Sheriff Street, Dublin. Son of John and Elizabeth Lyons nee Mansfield.
Son of Patrick and Catherine Malone, formerly of Thomas Street, Gorey.
Son of John and Elizabeth McGrath of 31 Monument Place, Wexford.
Son of James and Annie Murphy of New Ross. Husband of Ellie Murphy of Kilflynn, Co. Kerry.
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.
Grandson of Mr. James O'Connor, Clerk of the Wexford Union and of Mr. John Fenlon, Herd, Johnstown Castle.Son of Sergeant Roderick (R Irish Regiment) and Mary O'Connor née Fenlon of Redmondstown, Rathaspeck. Both parents born in Wexford.
Son of Thomas and Bridget O'Hanlon of Ballyfrory, Ballymitty, Co.Wexford. Article in The People 1916. He was aged 15 in the 1911 Census at Ballyfrory.
Son of Michael and Bridget Doolan née Donavan of Maudlin, New Ross. Doolan was mobilised from the New York National Guard in June, 1916 having served five years with the N.G.
He was promoted to Corporal in July 1917 and shipped to France on 25th October 1917. Engagements include Foret Porroy, France, Baccarat Sector; Champagne Chateau Thierry. Survived by his sister Mrs. Katherine O'Connor, 38 Rollins Street, West Lynn, Mass.
Son of Robert and Margaret Roberts nee Caulfield of South Main Street, Wexford. Husband of Annie Roberts of 9 Bride Place, Wexford. Memorial on Panel 6 & 7, Ploegsteert, Belgium.
Mentioned in Dispatches. Son of John and Anne Roberts of Wells, Gorey. One of the three brothers who served. Memorial: Panel 33, Ypres (Menin Gate), Belgium.