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.
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Son of Martin and Mary Comerford née Mansfield. Changed his name to Comerton when he married Julia O'Connor in 1907. But in the 1911 Census she used the name Comerford. - Julia Comerton of Wygram Place, Wexford.
Son of Richard Henry and Mary Dowse nee Halahan of St John's Vicarage, York Road, Kingstown, Dublin
Son of the late Ann nee Hayes and Lawrence Doyle of 368 Vauxhall Road, Liverpool. Brother Peter also died on the Lusitania
Son of the late James and Mary Doyle. Husband of Catherine Doyle nee Whitty of 37 Doyle's Street, Waterford. They were living in Ballyhack when they married in 1885. Their son 26497 William Doyle was killed in action 20 September 1917.
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.
Father of James, Dorah and Mary Fortune listed in 1911 census.
Son of James and Mary Hennessy. Husband of Mary Hennessy nee Culleton of 3 Bank Lane, Waterford.
Son of the late George and Elizabeth Kingsbury nee Connors. Brother of Joseph Kingsberry, Castlehill Street, Wexford.
Son of Mary and John McNamara. Husband of Mary Anne McNamara of Irishtown, New Ross.
Son of the late James and Ellen Murphy. Husband of Margaret Murphy nee Donnelly of 19 Southey Street, Marsh Lane, Bootle, Lancs
Son of the late John and Mary O'Brien; husband of Johanna O'Brien (nee Sheehan) of 5, Athol Terrace, Athol St., Liverpool. Born in Co. Wexford. Torpedoed without warning and sunk by German submarine U-24 when on a voyage from Liverpool to New York carrying passengers and a general cargo including mail. 61 years of age.
Son of the late Michael and Mary O'Neill. Brother of John O'Neill, William Street, New Ross.
Son of James and Kate O'Rourke of Raheen, Adamstown.
Son of James and Jane Rigley nee O'Brien of Clondaw, Ferns.