Son of Denis and Mary Lawler of Carigeen Street, Wexford.
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Son of Francis and Alice Lawler née Fortune, Cornmarket, Wexford. His mother died 1903, at Stonebridge, Wexford.
Son of Mary. Siblings Michael, John, Julia, Lizzie, Mary Anne.
Son of John Leary of Shannon Hill, Enniscorthy. Listed in the London Gazette.
Son of William Leigh of Taghmon.
Husband of May Long nee Parle of Barntown. Son of Patrick and Mary Long née Dempsey. Served in the South African War.
Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Loughlin nee Blye of Clonroche. Served in the South African War. He had a brother James
Son of Matthew and Ellen Lyons. Siblings were Matthew, John, Anne, Margaret and Patrick Lyons.
Son of William and Catherine Mangan nee Furlong of 3 Abbey Street, Wexford.
Husband of Katie McDonald of Shannon Hill, Enniscorthy.
Son of Robert and Sarah McSorley nee Funston of 6 McAlpine Street, Glasgow.
Son of Richard and Bridget McCaul nee Doyle.
Husband of Mary Anne McDonald of Glasshouse, Ferrybank, Waterford.
Son of Mary Underwood of the Faythe, Wexford and the late Thomas McEvoy. His mother married Benjamin Underwood in Wexford 1894.
Enlisted in St Helen's. Son of Charles and Catherine Melia of 66 Phythian Street St Helen's, Lancs.
Son of James and Kate Mernagh née Bolger of Enniscorthy. Married Mary Leary of 11 Patrick Street, Enniscorthy on 26.1.1914
Son of John and Margaret Mernagh nee Culleton of Upper Mary Street, New Ross.
Son of Nicholas Meyler and Mary Roche. Married Winifred Grant, Store Street, Dublin in Pro Cathedral on 17 August 1913. Arrived Quebec, Canada, 31 August 1913. Memorialised on Vimy Memorial, Pas-de-Calais.
The son of Thomas and Margaret Carroll nee Howlin, Ballyconigar, Blackwater, Co. Wexford. His father was a farmer. Married Nellie Clogher at Queen's, New York, 13 September 1918. He was a medical student when he was drafted into the US Army in 1918. He was aboard the troopship HMS Otranto on the way to Britain when his vessel collided with HMS Kashmir during a severe storm near Islay, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. Buried at Kilchoman Cemetery, Islay. Re-interred at Queen's Cemetery, New York.