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Son of Nicholas and Bessy Edwards née Dunbar.
Son of Patrick and Ellen Edwards née Walsh.
Son of James Fanning. Widow later Mrs Catherine Dagg nee Kinsella, Shannon, Enniscorthy.
Son of John and Catherine Farrell nee Farrell, Stonebridge Lane, Wexford. Husband of Catherine Farrell nee Crosbie, Green 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 and Mary Farrell nee Browne, King Street, Wexford.
Son of Edward and Margaret Fitzhenry nee Connick of Kilmannon, Cleariestown, 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 Thomas and Marcella Fortune of Clologue, Co. Wexford.
Son of Thomas and Ann Fortune nee Doyle of Gorey Hill, Gorey, Co. Wexford.
Son of Edmund and Ellen Furlong née Flynn. Taken prisoner 20 October 1914 and sent to Limburg and Giessen, Germany.
Son of Mrs Margaret Hennessy, Church Lane, New Ross.
Son of Patrick and Catherine Goggin of Mary's Lane, Wexford. Husband of Elizabeth Goggin nee Berry of Wetherheld's Court, Bride Street, Wexford. Married 1905 in Wexford. All children born in Wexford
Son of Mary Murphy and stepson of John Murphy, Clonmore, Glenbrien, Enniscorthy.
Son of Philip and Bridget Hall nee Sullivan, John Street, Wexford. His mother died at Roche's Terrace, Wexford, from puerperal septicaemia 5 September 1897. His father married Mary Ellen Bale 22 October 1900 and they resided at 4 Carrigeen Street, Wexford.
Son of John Harte, H.M. Customs, and Eliza nee Lacey, South Main Street, Wexford.
Son of Thomas and Ann Hayden née Callaghan.
Son of James and Mary Healy nee Bernes of Knockinagh, Gorey, Co. Wexford.
Son of James and Bridget Hendrick nee Dempsey. Baptised at Ferns 21 January 1890.
Son of James and Elizabeth Henneberry. Husband of Bridget Henneberry nee Moran of Church Lane, New Ross.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission states that he was the son of James Holden of Barrack Street, New Ross. He was actually the son of Miss Bridget Holden, Barrack Lane, New Ross, who married John Gardiner, Michael Street, New Ross, 6 July 1916. He had been taken prisoner by the Germans in August 1914. Repatriated in 1915 and resided at 4 Barrack Street.
Son of Patrick and Bridget Holden nee Power of Military Barracks, Michael Street, New Ross. His mother later resided at 10 Bailey's Lane, Cork.
Son of Patrick and Stasia Howlin of Goolin, Co. Carlow. He was residing at Monamolin, Gorey, when he married Bridget Martin in 1895. In 1911 he was with his family at Grange, Rathnure.
Son of James and Ellen Jordan of 46 Ross Road, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of Aiden and Sarah Kavanagh nee Foster of Fairfield, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford.
Son of James and Margaret Keane nee Doyle. Siblings John, James, Mrs Mary Furlong, Mrs Margaret Maloney, Mrs Ellen Power, and Mrs Catherine Maddock.
Son of James and Bridget Kehoe. Husband of Mary Kehoe later Mrs Doran of Rochestown, Taghmon, Co. Wexford.
Son of Edward and Mary Anne Kelly née Kavanagh. Brother of 5943 Thomas below.
Son of Steven and Margaret Kelly.
Husband of Bridget Kelly of 12 Usher's Island, Dublin. Previously served as 6694 in the R Irish Regt. Boer War veteran. Re-enlisted 25.10.14 but discharged as unfit 25.11.14. Son of Sergeant Michael Kelly, R Irish Regiment, and Ann nee O'Brien. The 1901 Census shows his pensioner father, manager of the County Wexford Club, at 34 Spawell Road, Wexford. Married Bridget O'Gorman, Rowe Street, Wexford, 24.2.1908. In 1911 his father was at Custom House Quay, Wexford.
Son of Edward and Mary Anne Kelly née Kavanagh. Brother of Mark 5870 above.