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Son of John & Mary Berry. Husband of Ellen Berry nee Donohue.
Tyne Cot Cemetery, Belgium.
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
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 Myles and Eliza Breen née Thackaberry. No available information on why Breen might have been killed, but is buried/commemorated in the Somme area.
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 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 John and Mary E Browne of 7 Upper George St, Wexford. Browne fought against the rebels in the 1916 Rising.
Son of Peter & Mary Byrne of Rathpierce Cottage, Ballyfad, Gorey. Byrne was one of the first waves of soldiers that came ashore with Royal Dublin and Royal Munster Fusiliers at Cape Helles on 25th April 1915. V Beach Cemetery, Turkey.
Son of Thomas and Ellen Connolly nee Eustace of Ballygalvert, New Ross, Co.Wexford.
Son of Thomas and Annie Connors nee Troy of 35 William Street, Gorey, Co. Wexford. Brother of 17934 William Connors.
Son of Thomas and Annie Connors nee Troy of 35 William Street, Gorey, Co. Wexford. Brother of 22338 Michael Joseph Connors
Son of Robert and Johanna Cosgrove née Murphy of Killisk, Ballagh, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of John and Mary Cosgrave of Galbally, Bree, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of James and Annie Devine nee Mape of Gorey. Married Mary Cullen in 1915. She was later Mrs Mary Hayden at 1 William Street, Gorey.
Son of Patrick and Mary Doyle nee Devereux of Yoletown, Ballycogley, Co. Wexford.
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.
In 1911 Census he was caretaker at the Military Barracks, Wexford. He and his wife, Mary Hanlon née McGrath both lived in Killurn, Glynn Co. Wexford at the time of their marriage in 1897 (Oct 9th)
Son of Sergeant-Major Frederick William Harding, Army Pay Corps, Clonmel, and Elizabeth Harding nee Noonan. They resided at 10 Neville Street, New Ross, Co. Wexford.
Son of Michael and Anne Higgins nee Lalor, Chapel Lane, New Ross. Husband of Bridget Higgins of Chapel Lane, New Ross.
Eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.James, Ballinapierce, Enniscorthy.
Son of Sheppard French and Kate Elizabeth Jeffares nee Clapham, Tinneranny, New Ross. Husband of Margaret Susan Jeffares nee Crawley of 2 Mont Alto, Dalkey, Co. Dublin. They had married 9 May 1916.
Son of Mrs Ellen Kielthy of 5 Houghton Place, New Ross, Co.Wexford. Son of James Kielthy above.
Son of Mary Underwood of the Faythe, Wexford and the late Thomas McEvoy. His mother married Benjamin Underwood in Wexford 1894.