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Berry, Michael

Date of Birth
Service No.
3049.T
Rank
Date of Death
Age
30
Circumstances of Death
Died by means other than disease, accident or enemy action: Killed in explosion aboard HM Torpedo Boat 4 in Ramsgate, Kent which also killed 13 other crew.
Other Biographical Details
Husband of Mary Ellen, Bride Street, Wexford. Son of Patrick Berry and Mary Berry nee Sullivan, Bride Street, Wexford. His father was a labourer. 1901 Census shows his widowed mother at 28 Bride Street, Wexford. Children were James (19), Annie (16) and Michael (14). Formerly served as S/990.

Carty, John

Date of Birth
Address
William Street, Wexford
Service No.
1656S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
24
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action. Monmouth wa sunk in a Naval action in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Chile, South America
Other Biographical Details

Son of Mr. Philip Carty of Trinity Street, Wexford.

Connolly, Patrick

Date of Birth
Address
The Faythe, Wexford
Service No.
1394U
Rank
Date of Death
Age
47
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action. Lost his life at sea
Other Biographical Details

Husband of Elizabeth Connolly of The Faythe, Wexford. Left five children

Cullen, Michael

Date of Birth
Service No.
2847S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
22
Circumstances of Death
Ship Transylvania was sunk on 4th May in the Mediterranean by a German torpedo from submarine U63 off Cape Noli, 40 miles from Genoa
Other Biographical Details

Son of Thomas and Ellen Cullen née Murphy, 2 High Street, Wexford.

Delaney, James

Date of Birth
Service No.
5202S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
20
Circumstances of Death
Killed in action aboard HMS Indefatigable, off Jutland.
Other Biographical Details

Son of James and Mary Delaney nee Rossiter, Cornmarket, Wexford.

Dwyer, Albert

Date of Birth
Address
10 William Street, Gorey, Co. Wexford
Service No.
K/18912
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
24
Circumstances of Death
Explosion and sinking of HMS Natal.
Other Biographical Details

Son of Miss Mary Dwyer. Married Margaret Mary Millerick at Queenstown, Co. Cork, 27 November 1915. Widow at 20 Queen Street, Cork. Mother Mrs Denis Murphy at 10 William Street, Gorey.

Fox, James

Date of Birth
Address
Cornmarket, Wexford
Service No.
T/2484
Rank
Date of Death
Age
32
Circumstances of Death
Died at Cornmarket after being discharged due to pulmonary tuberculosis
Other Biographical Details

Son of John and Cecilia Fox nee Hayes. Brother of Michael Fox. Buried with full honours in St. Ibar's Cemetery, Crosstown

Furlong, James

Date of Birth
Service No.
5241S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
24
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Gregory and Margaret Furlong nee Doyle of Yoletown, Ballycullane, Co.Wexford. His father was an agricultural labourer. Navy gives his date of birth as 17th January 1892, but CWGC state his age as 27. In the 1901 Census, James is shown as 11.

Hanton, Patrick

Date of Birth
Service No.
2440/S
Rank
Anson Battalion
Date of Death
Age
23
Circumstances of Death
Died at Malta Military Hospital from a wound in the head caused by a compound fracture of the skull received at the Dardanelles.
Other Biographical Details

Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hanton nee Carthy of 9 Emmet Place, Wexford. 

Hogan, Charles Walter

Date of Birth
Service No.
K.15099
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
20
Circumstances of Death
Killed in action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Patrick and Margaret Hogan nee Burke, 24 Cumberland Street, Devonport. His father, born in Limerick, was Colour-Sergeant in 3rd Royal Irish Regiment, his mother was born in India. By 1901 his father was a wharf labourer residing at 33 King Street, Devonport. Children were Mary (13), Gladys (11), Patrick (7), Charles (5), Margaret (3), and Annie (9 months).

Leary, Edward

Date of Birth
Service No.
4487.S.
Rank
Date of Death
Age
23
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details
Mother: Mary, 9 Michael Street, Wexford

Murphy, Garrath

Date of Birth
Service No.
308585
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
28
Circumstances of Death
Killed when HMS Princess Irene exploded while loading mines off Sheerness
Other Biographical Details
Mother: Kate, 30 Faythe Street, Wexfordthe son of John and Kate Murphy née Scallan. Correct name Garrett. His father was a hotel servant.

Murphy, Patrick

Date of Birth
Service No.
S.S.101958
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
26
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details
Sister: Alice Lewistown, Fethard son of John and Catherine ‘Kate’ Murphy née Hayes. His father was a blacksmith. His mother died 21.7.1890. The 1901 Census shows his father at Lewistown with children Aidan (20), John (16), Michael (14) and Patrick (13). By 1911 those present were his father and children Aiden (30), Alice (28) and Patrick (22, a naval reservist).

Myles, Peter

Date of Birth
Address
Mary Street, New Ross
Service No.
K27782
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
31
Circumstances of Death
Flower Class Sloop was torpedoed in the North Sea by German Submarine U-57
Other Biographical Details
Son of Peter and Margaret Myles nee Curley of Mary Street, New Ross.

O'Leary, Edward

Date of Birth
Address
9 Michael Street, Wexford
Service No.
4487S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
23
Circumstances of Death
HMS Black Prince sunk during battle.
Other Biographical Details

Article in a Wexford newspaper. Son of Michael and Mary O'Leary of 9 Michael Street, Wexford. Served as LEARY at Wexford B 9.12.1892

O'Neill, Michael

Date of Birth
Address
By 1902 his address was 21 Dyke Street, Liverpool
Service No.
669V
Rank
Date of Death
Age
41
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Patrick and Elizabeth O'Neill of Wexford. Wife: Agnes O'Neill, 52 Lamb Street, Liverpool, Lancs

Parslow, Samuel

Date of Birth
Address
Grange, Fethard
Service No.
K/324
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
23
Circumstances of Death
HMS Amphion was first ship to be sunk during World War
Other Biographical Details
Son of William and Elizabeth Parslow nee Deacon of Grange, Fethard. His father was a farmer

Roach, Edward

Date of Birth
Service No.
1828T
Rank
Date of Death
Age
43
Circumstances of Death
Died suddenly from heart failure, 14th April 1916. buried in Scotland
Other Biographical Details
Left Widow Elizabeth McLachlan, 9 Moncrieff Street, Paisley, Scotland , the son of Anthony and Anne Roach

Rogers, Bartholomew

Date of Birth
Address
6 Emmet Place, Wexford
Service No.
2449T
Rank
Date of Death
Age
42
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details

Son of Patrick and Mary Rogers nee Manning of Emmet Place, Wexford. Husband of Kate Rogers nee Rowe of 6 Emmet Place, Wexford.

Sunderland, John

Date of Birth
Address
Ballywoodrane, Blackwater
Service No.
2793T
Rank
Date of Death
Age
26
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details
Son of Michael and Anne Sunderland nee Bowe of Ballyvoodrane, Blackwater, Enniscorthy. Husband of Elizabeth Mary Roche of Ballywoodrane, Blackwater.

Sutton, Michael

Date of Birth
Service No.
2542.S.
Rank
Date of Death
Age
32
Circumstances of Death
Direct result of enemy action
Other Biographical Details
Son of Adam and Mary Sutton née Dempsey. Mother: Mary, Ballymore, Camolin, Co.Wexford. The son of Adam and Mary Sutton née Dempsey. His father was a shopkeeper. The 1901 Census shows children present were Mary Anne (22), Patrick (21), Kate (20), Michael (18, a carpenter), and Thomas (12).

Walsh, Michael

Date of Birth
Service No.
K/31017
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
29
Circumstances of Death
Died from disease
Other Biographical Details
Son of Matthew and Mary Anne Walshe nee Murphy of Rochestown, Taghmon, Co.Wexford.

Whelan, John

Date of Birth
Service No.
7034S
Rank
Date of Death
Age
26
Circumstances of Death
Direct resu;t of an accident
Other Biographical Details
Son of John and Margaret Whelan nee Browne of Upper King Street, Wexford.

White, James George

Date of Birth
Service No.
K.25540
Rank
Regiment
Date of Death
Age
37
Circumstances of Death
Killed by an internal explosion off Sheerness while his vessel was loading mines
Other Biographical Details
Niece: Mrs M Barrett, 10 Staines Row, Limehouse E