Son of John and Elizabeth Brien née Walsh. A career soldier. On death his effects and monies due were divided among his four siblings, brothers Thomas and John O'Brien and sisters Elizabeth McKee & Mary Wills. No known grave. His name is inscribed on the Le Touret Monument in Pas de Calais.
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Educated in St Peter's College, Wexford. Mother's maiden name was Foley
Son of John and Julie Donohoe. Husband of Agnes Juliana Donohoe of Hammersmith, London.
Son of Mrs Anne Doyle, Moorfield, Rathaspeck, Co. Wexford. Brother of Mrs Mary Rossiter
Son of Martin and Margaret Doyle of 26 South Shamrock Street, Glasgow.
Son of Harriett Groves, Chipping Norton. Husband of Hannah Mary Groves nee Breen, Upper Dargle Road, Bray. His file is on Ancestry up to 1913 when he left the army. He was mobilised at the beginning of the war, so may well have been residing in Wexford.
Son of John Francis and Mary Kane nee O'Connor of Saunderscourt, Wexford. Brother John Francis Kane.
Husband of Mary Mahon of 65 Eldon Street, Liverpool. Son of John and Mary Mahon née Loughlan.
Born Fort George Invernesshire. Lived at 7 Redmond St. Enniscorthy with Mother Mary and Stepfather James Doherty. Son of William and Mary Menelaws née Bolger. The 1911 Census shows him, aged 16, at 86 Ross Road, Enniscorthy.
Son of John and Rachel Molloy, Askinch, Coolgreaney, Co.Wexford. The 1901 Census shows him with the family at Stepaside, Co. Dublin. His father was an RIC constable. By 1911 his father was a farmer at Askinch, Co. Wexford, but Patrick was not present. Worked as a Farm Labourer in Australia
Awarded the Military Medal (AIF routine order No 16 dated 9th April 1918 and promoted to Sergeant) and is listed in the Commonwealth Gazette No 175 dated 7th November 1918.
Originally buried by the Rev, T.A. Campbell at Verloy. Re-interred 6 miles due north of Lillers 13-08-1918 in Thiemmes Military Cemetery.
Son of Larry and Mary O'Neill,. Husband of Mary Ann O'Neill, 465 12th Street, Calgary, Alberta. Stated he was born at Bellcraig, (Kellerig) Wexford at enlistment and was an Air Brake Mechanic. Buried in Liverpool (Kirkdale) Cemetery, U.K. (Grave 11.R.C. 224.)
Son of Patrick and Jane O'Brien née Murphy. Husband of Mrs Martha O'Brien nee O'Brien of 8 Upper Bride Street, Wexford. Article in a Wexford newspaper. Son of Mr. Patrick O'Brien of John Street, Wexford. Article in The People 1916.
Son of Michael and Margaret Brien née Whitty, Clonmel. Husband of Mary O'Brien née Bulbert of 5 Davis Road, Clonmel.
Son of Robert Wilson Somers and Charlotte Somers nee Boyse of Cloughjordan, Co.Tipperary.
Awarded Military Medal and Bar
Son of John and Mary Walsh née Grady of Killinick.
Son of James and Elizabeth Willis née Robinson