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Son of John and Mary Walsh née Grady of Killinick.
Husband of Bridgid Walsh of Church View, Castleknock, Co.Dublin. Son of Michael and Anne Walsh née Finn
Son of the late James and Catherine Whelan nee Sheehan of 28 Neville Street, New Ross, Co.Wexford. His name is inscribed on the Le Touret Monument in Pas de Calais.
Son of James and Mary Ann Whelan née Kennedy. The 1911 Census shows them at 20 Parnell Street, Wexford. Son of Mr. J. and Mrs M.R. Whelan of 38 Parnell Street, Wexford.
Son of Richard and Catherine Whelan nee O'Brien of 108A Tatlock Street, Liverpool. Memorial: Essex Farm Cemetery.
Son of John (RIC stationed in Fethard, Co. Wexford) and Bridget White née Neville. John was a member of the Liverpool Police (No.351) Force prior to the war. Buried Artillery Wood Cemetery, Boezinge, West Flanders, Belgium, Plot VII.F.17
The Battle of Poelcappelle was fought in Flanders, Belgium, on 9 October 1917 by the British Second Army and Fifth Army against the German 4th Army. The battle marked the end of the string of highly successful British attacks in late September and early October, during the Third Battle of Ypres.
Son of the late Nicholas and Mary Ann White née Doyle. Mother widowed in 1903, returned to Wexford and remarried to Michael Kavanagh, The Faythe (and later of Byrnes Lane). Effects to his mother. Lived with his mother and step-father in the Faythe and worked as a Messenger Boy aged 13 in 1911.
Son of James and Elizabeth Willis née Robinson