Son of John and Margaret Breen née Dunne, of Herrylock, Fethard, Wexford.
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The son of James and Margaret Breen née Habernathy of 66 Ross Rd, Enniscorthy. Brother of James Breen (4387) Irish Guards, 1st Battalion, who was killed less than fours months earlier in France during The Battle of Festubert (15–25 May 1915. Husband of Margaret Breen née Nolan of 4 Patrick's Place, Enniscorthy. Thomas left a window and two children. Remembered on Panel 158 - 170, Helles Memorial, Turkey.
Husband of Nellie (Ellen) Brien née Fitzgerald, Byrne's Lane, Wexford whom he married on October 17th 1910. Son of the late John and Mary Brien née Kehoe, John Street, Wexford. (Later of Duke Street). Remembered on Panel 11&12, Le Touret Memorial, France.
Sole legatee was his uncle Robert J. Armstrong, Greenmount, Castlebellingham, Co. Louth. Ireland's Memorial Records incorrectly states that he was aged 15. The 1911 Census shows Pte Charles Brown, aged 21, born Ballamon, Ferns, serving with 2nd Leinster Regiment in India. Appears on the memorial at Tully Church, Foxrock, Dublin. Commemorated on panel 44 Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium.
Son of Peter & Mary Byrne of Ballinacarrig. 2nd Irish Guards were serving in the Guards Division at the time. Listed on Menin Gate, Ypres.
Son of Charles and Margaret Canavan née Smith. His father was a Metropolitan police Office. He lived Kilcavan, Tara Hill, Gorey with his uncle James Canavan. He was a Gaelic Leaguer and all Ireland Hornpipe champion in 1906 at the Wexford Feis and again the following year in Wicklow. Buried in the Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy , France.
Son of John and Bridget Caulfield nee Kenny, Coolroe. Wife Mary
Son of James and Margaret Caulfield nee Browne of Lady Lane, New Ross, Co. Wexford.
Son of Brian and Anastasia Cavanagh née Venn of Duncannon Fort, Co. Wexford.
Son of Miss Catherine Dooley. His mother married Denis Daly, Mary Street, New Ross, in 1896.
Son of Simon and Kate Dempsey née Whitty formerly Byrne. Served as 63393 Constable in the Royal Irish Constabulary from 1907. Brother of Thomas Dempsey of 'Mountain View', Castle Street, Bray, Co. Wicklow.
Grandson of Mrs Sarah Lynch formerly Leary nee Murphy, 10 Duffry Gate, Enniscorthy. Step-sister Stasia Leary. Nephew of Michael Leary.
Son of James T and Jane Devereaux of Glenbrook, Waiku, Aukland. Grandson to Mr John Buttle, Templeshannon, Enniscorthy
Son of William and Alice Doyle nee Byrne, 59 Talbot Street, Wexford.
Son of Patrick and Catherine Doyle nee Whitty, 37 Doyle's Street, Waterford. His father Able Seaman Patrick Doyle, SS Formby, was killed 16 December 1917.
Son of Thomas and Ann Fortune nee Doyle of Gorey Hill, Gorey, Co. Wexford.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission states that he was the son of James Holden of Barrack Street, New Ross. He was actually the son of Miss Bridget Holden, Barrack Lane, New Ross, who married John Gardiner, Michael Street, New Ross, 6 July 1916. He had been taken prisoner by the Germans in August 1914. Repatriated in 1915 and resided at 4 Barrack Street.
Son of James (1869-1926) and Mary Margaret Brett née Sweeney (1871-1945) both born Co. Wexford. Residents of house 12 in Rochestown, Wexford in 1901 census. Moved to City of Winnipeg, Canada c. 1903. He was recorded as missing in action at a battle near Hallu, as part of the Battle of Amiens, and his name is recorded on the Vimy memorial. Both father and son enlisted. James Snr. survived and was discharged on 1st April 1919.
Eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.James, Ballinapierce, Enniscorthy.
Son of Master Gunner Andrew John and Julia Jolly née Jackson of 'St Leonard's' 31 Beach Road, Southsea.
Son of Steven and Margaret Kelly.
Son of John and Johanna Lacy of 9 Duffry Street, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford.
Son of John and Johanna Lacy of 9 Duffry Street, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford. Article in the Echo.
Son of Ann
Youngest son of Robert and Susan Mellefont née Gilbert. His Father, born in Co. Wexford was station officer in the Coast Guard. 1901 census shows family living in Riverchapel. Thomas enlisted before the War in Jan 1912. His Brother Gilbert serned with the Royal Navy and survived the War.
Son of Thomas and Anne Merriman née Carney
Article in the Echo 1915
Son of Miss Mary Anne Neill. Patrick was an assistant baker in the New Ross Workhouse before joining the army. Having served for some years in India, he returned to Liverpool before the outbreak of war. At the front he survived the Battle of Mons but was wounded in a subsequent engagement. Memorial on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. (Panel 33).