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Son of John and Mary Evoy nee Moore
Son of James and Frances Fanning nee Murray. Married Mary Cassidy 16 August 1911. She died at Sleedagh 12 July 1917. Their son John James, born 27 August 1911, was cared for by his grandmother Mrs Anne Cassidy of Adamstown, Co. Wexford.
Son of James Fanning. Widow later Mrs Catherine Dagg nee Kinsella, Shannon, Enniscorthy.
Born 1896, son of Edward and Bridget Fanning nee Graham, Ballymoney
Son of Captain William Henry Farmar JP and Frances Anastasia Farmar nee Barron, of Bloomfield, Enniscorthy. Also served in South Africa (1896) (1899-1902) and in German East Africa (1915-1916).
Son of Joseph Richard and Sarah Jane Farmer nee Rigby of 18 Regent Place, Swindon, Wilts. Father was a Coast Guard Officer
Son of John and Catherine Farrell nee Farrell, Stonebridge Lane, Wexford. Husband of Catherine Farrell nee Crosbie, Green Street, Wexford.
Son of Peter and Mary Farrell nee Morris of Clohamon, Ferns, Co. Wexford. His father 6712 Peter Farrell was killed in action 19 October 1914.
Son of Michael and Mary Farrell nee Browne, King Street, Wexford.
Son of Patrick and Anne Farrell nee Davis, Clohamon. Husband of Mary Farrell nee Morris of Clohamon, Co. Wexford. Father of 11666 Patrick Farrell.
Son of Michael Fenlon, Green Street, Wexford. Husband of Margaret Fenlon nee Whelan. When they married in 1877, Martin was then aged 20.
Son of Matthew and Henrietta Finn nee Reville of Fethard, Co.Wexford
Son of Michael and Margaret Fitzgerald nee Jones, Ballycanew.
Son of Edward and Margaret Fitzhenry nee Connick of Kilmannon, Cleariestown, Co. Wexford.
Son of James and Anne Fitzhenry nee Neale, Killegney. Husband of Catherine Fitzenry of 11 Banner Street, St Helen's, Lancashire.
Son of Robert and Annie Fitzhenry. His mother was later Annie Carty of 3 John's Gate Street, Wexford. Member of the Irish National Volunteers. Severely wounded (shrapnel left leg, arm and side) and taken prisoner 2 July 1916. He was interned in Switzerland prior to a planned repatriation.
Son of Thomas and Margaret Fitzpatrick. Brother John Fitzpatrick at Ballynaslaney, Oylgate, Co. Wexford
Son of Jeremiah and Kate Fitzpatrick nee Nolan on Ballinaclea, Co. Wicklow
Son of Peter Fitzpatrick, Ballinastraw, Bunclody.
Son of Edward and Eliza Flynn nee Martin of Mount Garrett, New Ross, Co. Wexford.
Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Foley nee Reid. Husband of Elizabeth Foley nee Graydon, 162 Athol Street, Ascot Vale, Victoria, Australia. They had three children. She was later Mrs Harvey, c/o Post Office, Sandgate Lane, Brisbane, Queensland.
Born John Francis, son of John and Margaret Forde nee Rourke. His father, born in Co. Galway, was a constable in the RIC and later an insurance agent. His mother was born in Co. Wexford. Later resided at Patrick Square, Wexford.
A clerical worker in the Pierce Ironworks Foundry in Wexford, Frank joined up aged 16. In early August 1916, he arrived in France and fought at the Battle of the Somme. However, just a few weeks before his 17th birthday, Frank was grievously wounded during the Battle of the Somme and died while being brought back from the trenches for medical attention. His platoon commander, Lieutenant A.W. Henchy wrote to Frank's parents and called him 'a fine courageous fellow and a gallant soldier of whom his family should be proud'. Frank was buried in Trachee de Mecknes Cemetary in the Pas de Calais in France. In his military will, he left everything he possessed to his mother.
Son of John and Bridget Forrestal nee O'Connor of The Shannon, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of Capt. John Burton Forster, 1st Royal Irish Regiment, and Olive Edith Mary nee Sergent. Married Florence Elizabeth Johnston at Winnipeg, 24th March 1908 and they had a daughter, Florence Olive May Burton-Forster, born 13th April 1904. His will dated 18 January 1915 left everything to his wife at Vancouver. Applied for a commission 9 February 1915: rancher, address Melrose, Ash Valley, Surrey. His wife’s address was PO Box 123, White Earth, Minnesota, or Cathedral, 121 Cathedral Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
War Office telegram to Major-General Forster, Staff Corps, Commanding 57th West Lancashire Division, Canterbury, advised that his son was wounded 9th June and remained at duty, but was subsequently killed in action 10 June 1916. His widow re-married and was Mrs Gilmour, 646 Walker Avenue, Winnipeg, Canada. History of the Royal Irish Regiment: ‘When the battalion was in the trenches Lt. T.B. Forster and his scouts were out in front each night. On 10th they came under very heavy rifle and machine gun fire and Lt. Forster and three men were wounded. L/Sgt Michael Dreeling carried back L/Cpl Wright, then returned and carried in Lt. Forster and finally again went out under heavy fire to search for L/Cpl Walsh, who was missing and unfortunately could not be found. 2/Lt. Forster, a very promising young officer, died of his wounds shortly after he was carried in.’
Son of Christopher and Mary Fortune. Husband of Mary Anne Fortune née Kane of 8 Hasting Street, Ringsend, Dublin. The Adela was a 685 grt defensively-armed British Merchant ship. On the 27th December 1917 when 12 miles NW from the Skerries, Anglesea, she was torpedoed by German submarine U-100 without warning and sunk. 24 lives lost. Read more at: https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?12755
Name appears on the Tower Hill Memorial, Trinity Square, London.
Son of Thomas and Marcella Fortune of Clologue, Co. Wexford.
Son of Thomas and Ann Fortune nee Doyle of Gorey Hill, Gorey, Co. Wexford.
Father of James, Dorah and Mary Fortune listed in 1911 census.
Son of John and Cecilia Fox nee Hayes. Brother of Michael Fox. Buried with full honours in St. Ibar's Cemetery, Crosstown
Son of John and Anne Franklin nee Cahill. Husband of Mary Ann 'Marian' Franklin nee Murphy and brother of Sergeant Martin Franklin, Royal Irish Regiment. Invalided from the Navy 31 May 1916 and employed with the Coast Guard.
Husband of Catherine French of Ballyell, Tagoat. On 31 May 1918, Snaefell sailed from Alexandria for Malta escorted by a sloop and two armed trawlers. On the evening of 3 June 1918 the Snaefell was struck amidships in the boiler space by a torpedo from the German submarine UB-105 (Wilhelm Marschall), 240 miles East-Southeast of Malta. The ship remained afloat for an hour before sinking, allowing time to rescue all. Three lives were lost in the torpedo explosion.
Read more at wrecksite: https://www.wrecksite.eu/wreck.aspx?164959
Son of William and Mary Froyne nee O'Sullivan. His father, a member of the Coast Guard, died at Midleton, Co. Cork. Married Mary 'Minnie' O'Shea at Midleton, 8th January 1914. Widow at Ballick, Midleton.