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Son of Patrick Bolger, 11 Patrick's Place, Enniscorthy. Husband of Annie Bolger née Cummins of 17 Palatine Square, Burnley. Battle of Jerusalem / Palestine Campaign casualty. Buried in Jerusalem War Cemetery in Israel.
Son of William and Jane Bowles née Baird. Formerly served as Private No.19922 in the 1st Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Bowles was with the 14th Hampshire's in 39th Division which suffered huge casualties in the Ludendorff/German Spring Offensive.
Buried in Bellicourt British Cemetery in France.
Son of Joseph & Mary Boyce née Withers, 16 Abbey St, Wexford.
Son of Michael and Jane Boyle née Ousalem. Husband of Catherine Boyle née Devereux.
Son of Thomas and Mary Boyle née Howard.
Son of Richard and Jane Bradley née Wallace. Killed in France during period between The Battle of Drocourt-Queant (2-3 September 1918), and The Battle of the Canal du Nord (27 September – 1 October 1918) in which 2nd Royal Irish, serving in 63rd Royal Naval Division, took part.
Son of James & Ellen Brady nee Grannel of Churchtown, Kilrane. Husband of Ellen Brady née White of Butlerstown, Broadway. He had no living relatives at the time of his death. All effects, etc were sent to Miss Margaret Broughan, Tallyho, Tinahealy, Co. Wicklow. Died of wounds France and Flanders
Sole legatee Maggie Brougham. Killed during period between Second Battle of Bapaume (2-3 September 1918) and the Battles of the Hindenburg Line (Battle of Epehy, 18 September 1918). Buried Bronfay Farm Military Cemetery France.
The 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers were deployed to Salonika with the 27th Division in 1916.
The son of the late James, and Margaret Breen née Habernathy, of 66 Ross Road, Enniscorthy. Brother of Thomas Breen (4370). Prior to enlisting on the 18th September 1914, James was employed as a shop assistant at Mr. W.K. Stamp's, Market Square, Enniscorthy. 2nd Division, in which Breen's battalion was serving, lost over 5,000 men.
Son of John and Bridget Breen née Byrne, both born in Co. Wexford. His father worked as a coachman. On the death of his mother from chronic pneumonia at Ballyminane, Co. Wexford in January 1901, he, his father and brother John moved to his grandfathers's farm in Mangan Lower, Ballygarrett, Co. Wexford. His father died from tuberculosis on 18th May, 1901. In 1911 James was working as a grocer's apprentice in Ballygarrett. He enlisted before the begining of the war in August 1913.
Son of Patrick & Mary Breen of Clonamona, Craanford, Gorey, Co Wexford. No available information on why Breen might have been killed, but is buried/commemorated in the Somme area.
Son of Moses & Annie Breen née Doyle of Birkenhead, Liverpool. Brother of Joseph Breen (4660).
Son of Moses & Annie Breen née Doyle of Birkenhead. Brother of John J Breen (7288)
Son of John and Margaret Breen née Dunne, of Herrylock, Fethard, Wexford.
Son of Myles and Eliza Breen née Thackaberry. No available information on why Breen might have been killed, but is buried/commemorated in the Somme area.
The son of James and Margaret Breen née Habernathy of 66 Ross Rd, Enniscorthy. Brother of James Breen (4387) Irish Guards, 1st Battalion, who was killed less than fours months earlier in France during The Battle of Festubert (15–25 May 1915. Husband of Margaret Breen née Nolan of 4 Patrick's Place, Enniscorthy. Thomas left a window and two children. Remembered on Panel 158 - 170, Helles Memorial, Turkey.
Son of Williiam and Kate Brennan née Sullivan. Married Alice Brooks in 1908.
Son of John and the late Sarah Brennan née Brien. Effects to father John and stepmother Mary Brennan of The Faythe, Wexford
The son of James and Catherine Brennan née Brien. Married Alice Murphy 1915. Killed some weeks after the pursuit of the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line 14 March – 5 April 1917.
Son of Patrick Edward and Ellen Breslin née Doyle. His father was a painter. No claim made on his army estate. The 1911 Census shows him boarding at Eardownes, Broadway.
Stated he was born at Carnew, Co. Wexford, when enlisting also states Co. Wexford on 1911 Census as place of Birth. Son of Daniel and Bessie , Ballyellis. Memorial at Helles Memorial in Turkey.
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.
Son of Martin and Mary Brien of Chapel Lane, Enniscorthy. Died three weeks after the beginning of the Second Battle of Ypres, (22 April – 25 May 1915) in which his battalion, 2nd RIR, serving in 4th Division were a part.
Husband of Nellie (Ellen) Brien née Fitzgerald, Byrne's Lane, Wexford whom he married on October 17th 1910. Son of the late John and Mary Brien née Kehoe, John Street, Wexford. (Later of Duke Street). Remembered on Panel 11&12, Le Touret Memorial, France.
Died three week after Second Battle of Ypres (22 April-25 May 1915) in which 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers, serving in 28th Division, were a part. Husband of Mary C. Doherty (formerly Brien) 0f 46 Colinward Street, Springfield Road, Belfast.
Son of William and Mary Brien. Killed near Ypres, Flanders on the last day of the Actions of St Eloi Craters (27 March to 16 April 1916).
Son of E & Bridget Broaders of 10 William St, New Ross. Killed in the Loos sector, France - 8th Royal Dublins, serving 16th Irish Division were fighting around Hulluch, Loos, and were raiding German trenches in May/June 1916 before being transferred to the Somme sector in July.
Son of Sir George F Brooke and Lady Anna Maria Brooke of Ballyfad House. Husband of Nina Brooke nee Hill of 21 Southwick St, Oxford Square, London. Listed in De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour. 1911 census shows him residing with his wife and children at Ballyfad. Veteran - Served in South African War. 1st Irish Guards, serving in 2nd Division, were a part of First Battle of the Aisne, France (Sep 13 – Sep 28, 1914).
Son of John and Ellen Brooks of Enniscorthy. Husband of Margaret Brooks of 18 Duffy Gate, Enniscorthy. Enniscorthy Guardian. Date of death, 19th October, is the date that 2nd Royal Irish assaulted the town of Le Pilly, during the Battle of La Bassee .
Son of Mrs M Brooks. Veteran of the South African War. In the employment of the Enniscorthy Urban Council. Rejoined Army after outbreak of the Rebellion 1916. Buried in Lone tree Cemetery Belgium.
Son of Andrew and Mary Brophy of High Street, Graiguenamanagh. No known grave but is listed on Pier and Face 3.A. on the Thiepval Memorial in France.
Sole legatee was his uncle Robert J. Armstrong, Greenmount, Castlebellingham, Co. Louth. Ireland's Memorial Records incorrectly states that he was aged 15. The 1911 Census shows Pte Charles Brown, aged 21, born Ballamon, Ferns, serving with 2nd Leinster Regiment in India. Appears on the memorial at Tully Church, Foxrock, Dublin. Commemorated on panel 44 Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium.
Son of Thomas and Sarah Brown née Howlin. His father was a Baker by trade. Originally joined the 1st Batt, Royal Irish Rangers in 1908 and had served in India. Sent to France in 1914 at the outbreak of war. Buried in strand Military Cemetery, Belgium. Died one month after Second Battle of Ypres (22 April-25 May 1915) in which 1st Royal Irish, serving in 27th Division, were a part. Served in Connaught Rangers before war.
Son of Patrick & Mary Browne née Staunton, Brogue Lane New Ross. his father was a shoemaker. On September 15th, 1918, Mary Fanny, a British sailing vessel of 94 tons, was sunk by the German submarine UB-64 (Ernst Krieger), 14 miles ESE from the Codling Bank https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?157146 Ship was sunk north of Wexford coastline.
Son of Laurence and Mary Browne née Byrne.
Son of John and Mary E Browne of 7 Upper George St, Wexford. Browne fought against the rebels in the 1916 Rising.