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Husband of the late Annie Lacey.
Son of John and Johanna Lacy of 9 Duffry Street, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford.
Son of John and Johanna Lacy of 9 Duffry Street, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford. Article in the Echo.
Son of Mr John Larkin, D.C., Sallystown, Murrintown.
Son of Denis and Mary Lawler of Carigeen Street, Wexford.
Son of Francis and Alice Lawler née Fortune, Cornmarket, Wexford. His mother died 1903, at Stonebridge, Wexford.
Son of William Leigh of Taghmon.
Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Loughlin nee Blye of Clonroche. Served in the South African War. He had a brother James
Husband of Katie McDonald of Shannon Hill, Enniscorthy.
Husband of Mary Anne McDonald of Glasshouse, Ferrybank, Waterford.
Son of Matthew and Catherine McDonald nee Cogley. Husband of Mary McDonald, 31 Woodville Terrace, Clonmel. Career Solider 22 years. Served in India.
Born Fort George Invernesshire. Lived at 7 Redmond St. Enniscorthy with Mother Mary and Stepfather James Doherty. Son of William and Mary Menelaws née Bolger. The 1911 Census shows him, aged 16, at 86 Ross Road, Enniscorthy.
Son of James and Kate Mernagh née Bolger of Enniscorthy. Married Mary Leary of 11 Patrick Street, Enniscorthy on 26.1.1914
Son of John and Margaret Mernagh nee Culleton of Upper Mary Street, New Ross.
Son of Nicholas and Jane Murphy. Husband of Mary Ann Murphy of 3 Well Lane, Wexford. Private Murphy had been in the army for a number of years serving in both India and South Africa. He had two children.
No known grave but remembered on Panel 33, Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium.
Son of James Murphy, Barrack Street , Wexford. James was known as one of the best boxers in the army. Lord Kitchener wrote to James parents conveying the sympathy of the King and Queen on the death of Private Murphy. His brother Patrick, a seaman on board HMS Orbita, was drowned on the 31st of August 1915 at only 21 years of age.
Private James Murphy has no known grave but is commemorated on panel 33 of the Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium.