Second Lieutenant

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Buttle, Albert Edward

Date of Birth
Address
Templeshannon, Enniscorthy
17th Battalion
Date of Death
Age
23
Circumstances of Death
Died of wounds at No. 3 Australian Casualty Clearing Station.
Other Biographical Details

Son of John & Annie Buttle of Templeshannon, Enniscorthy. His father, John was Director of Messrs. Buttle Bros & Co. Ltd, Bacon Curers and Merchants. Albert was educated in Newtown School, Waterford and Model School, Enniscorthy. Enlisted with Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st April 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Irish Rifles 2nd Bn. Took part in the Battles of the Somme in July 1916 and was invalided home in January 1917. Promoted to First Lieutenant, July 1917. Was offered a medical discharge being medically unfit, but volunteered again and rejoined his regiment in France on 29th May 1918. A casualty of the Fifth Battle of Ypres (28 Sept – 2 Oct 1918). Buried in Haringhe Military Cemetery.

Cullimore, Joseph Albert

Date of Birth
8th Battalion
Date of Death
Age
22
Circumstances of Death
Killed in Action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Joseph Albert and Elizabeth Teresa Cullimore nee Harpur of Clarence House, Wexford. Grandson of Moses Harpur, 57 South Main Street, Wexford. Brother of George Henry Cullimore.

Harte-Maxwell, Percival

Date of Birth
Address
Templeshannon, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
Attached 1st Royal Irish Rifles
Date of Death
Age
31
Circumstances of Death
Killed in action in France
Other Biographical Details

Son of Samuel and Edith Harte-Maxwell nee Carroll. Worked with Bank of Ireland Enniscorthy for four years prior to enlisting.

Mayne, Cecil Robert

Date of Birth
Address
Harrow on the Hill, London
Date of Death
Age
19
Circumstances of Death
Killed in action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Robert (Shop Manager)and Minnie Todd Mayne nee Buckley.  1901 Census.

King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 2nd/5th Battalion attached 7th.

Millar, James Joseph Francis

Date of Birth
Address
Rockfield', Spawell Road, Wexford
5th Battalion
Date of Death
Age
25
Circumstances of Death
Germany
Other Biographical Details
Son of Samuel and Julia Millar nee Hayes of Wexford. Husband of Mary Josephine Millar of 'Rockfield' Spawel Road, Wexford.

O'Callaghan, James

Date of Birth
Address
Rochford', Edermine, Enniscorthy
13th Battalion
Date of Death
Age
26
Circumstances of Death
Killed in Action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Richard and Margaret O'Callaghan of 'Rochford', Edermine, Enniscorthy. Article in a Wexford newspaper. De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour.

Ryan, James

Date of Birth
7th Battalion
Date of Death
Age
30
Circumstances of Death
Killed in France, railway accident
Other Biographical Details

Son of James and Catherine Ryan nee Roche of Raheen, Strahart, Ferns. Formerly he was 64994 Constable in the RIC. He had been wounded six times. He was a contributor to both home and foreign magazines, being a poet of a high order.

Tottenham, Edward Lowry

Date of Birth
Address
Slaney Hall, Enniscorthy.
Date of Death
Age
21
Circumstances of Death
Killed in action Basra, Iraq
Other Biographical Details

Son of Lowry Cliffe Loftus and Isabella Ogle Tottenham, The Grange, Moy, Co. Tyrone. His father Lowry Cliffe Loftus Tottenham was a former Royal Irish Constabulary district inspector who retired to Moy. He was educated at St. Bee's School, Cumberland, and entered the Royal Veterinary College, Edinburgh, in 1914. He belonged to both School and College O.T.C., and on the outbreak of the war he volunteered for service. He joined the Lowland Division at Stirling and was subsequently given a commission in the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He was transport officer for some time and then joined the 6th Battalion in Egypt. He served in the battles of 5th and 6th April when the 13th Division captured the Turkish positions in Mesopotamia, and at the repulse at Sanna-y-Hat on 9th April was reported missing and subsequently reported killed on that day.