The Clare War Dead WWI (Published Booklet)

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The Clare War Dead WWI (Published Booklet)
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First
World War and with it comes four years of commemorations.
The war began with the assassination of Archduke Franz
Ferdinand in Sarajevo on June 28th, 1914, and ended on
Armistace Day, November 11th, 1918. From the time of its
occurrence until the approach of World War II in 1939, it was
called simply the World War or the Great War, and thereafter
the First World War or World War I.
The official commemorations will begin in Sarajevo with a week
long series of events culminating on June 28th. It is being
partially funded by four of the main protagonists in the war, the
UK, France, Austria and Germany.
France, which saw the worst fighting of the whole war including
the pivotal battles of Marne, Somme and Verdun, has invited
all the nations involved to join the Bastille Day parade on July
14th this year.
Belgium, which contains the killing fields of Passchendaele,
Ypres and Mons, will begin its commemorations on August
4th, the day it was invaded with a ceremony at Mons which will
also include representatives from the UK and Germany.
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This booklet has been prepared by Ger Browne in conjunction
with Clare Roots Society to commemorate this anniversary of
the War but in particular to remember those with Clare Roots
who lost their lives in the Great War. Plans are in place to create
a memorial in the Friars Walk area of Ennis to commemorate
Clare men and women who died in the Great War. On this
memorial it is planned a listing of names the Clare dead. A
number of lists exist in various publications and other sources.
The accuracy and completeness of these lists depends on the
criteria used in drawing them up. They may include names of
people born in other counties of Ireland or abroad but who
enlisted in Clare for the Great War. It is now timely to open the
debate on how to properly draw up a definitive listing. This
publication is intended to continue the process. If readers of
this booklet are aware of additional names or corrections to
the contents of this booklet, Clare Roots Society would be
pleased to collect these and forward them to the committee of
the memorial for consideration. Please refer such entries to the
Secretary at www.clareroots.org
CLARE ROOTS SOCIETY,
January 2014.
Congratulations to The Clare Roots Society on this publication
on the centenary of the Great War.
It is estimated that 7000 Clare soldiers served in WW1. About
700 are thought to have lost their lives. Clare had not seen
such loss of life since the famine.
Some joined early in the war with a sense of adventure and
travel or “Volunteering to be part of history!” as was said then.
The well known War of Independence figure Tom Barry said,
“I went to the war for no other reason than that I wanted to
see what war was like, to get a gun, to see new countries and
to feel a grown man”. Some joined early in the war due to
unemployment and were referred to as economic conscripts at
the time. Others already had or joined to share the experiences
of war. By the time the war broke out some of Clare men who
fought in the war had emigrated and joined up out of their
own free will or were conscripted in their migrant countries.
A significant number of the Clare men and women who joined
the war effort did so to further Irelands cause for independence
and Home Rule. Many were from volunteer units around the
county and joined following the directions of political, business
and religious leaders of the time.
While they were away the 1916 Rising took place and those
who returned to Ireland found a changed attitude to the one
they left. The War of independence had commenced and
many of those returning soldiers were seen as traitors, or at
least misguided in their intentions. The efforts that some had
made at furthering Irelands case for independence had been
in vain. Many were treated as outcasts in society, suffered
discrimination in their efforts to get work, and many lived in
poverty. Quite a number of those who returned suffered from
post traumatic stress or “shell shock” as it was referred to
then, and slipped into alcoholism to banish the memories of
their experiences.
A committee to remember these men and women was formed
a few years ago by Peadar McNamara (RIP), Cannon Bob
Hanna and Fr. Tom Hogan and as you are aware have been
holding a Remembrance Service around the 11thNovember
each year. It has long been on the agenda of the committee
to erect a memorial to Clare’s war dead, and help to preserve
the memory of a forgotten generation. Such a park would be a
great addition to the built and cultural heritage of the town. It
would form a focus for learning for history students and afford
current and future generations the opportunity to remember a
very important and expensive (in terms of lives lost) time in the
history of this county. A site has been agreed with Ennis Town
Council and fundraising efforts are underway for the project. As
we approach the 100th anniversary of WW1, hopefully these
efforts along with what has already been done will help secure
the memory of this generation of Clare men and women.
Keir McNamara
Clare Peace Park Initiative
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☛ Over 4,000 Claremen served as soldiers during WW1, which was declared on Aug 4 1914.
When it started the Anglo Irish and Nationalist population were equally enthusiastic. This
changed after Easter 1916. The largest contingent fought with the Royal Munster Fusiliers,
with whom over 170 were killed.
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☛ Kilrush had 416 recruits, 106 of which were employees of Glynn’s. Ennis had over 1,100
soldiers.
☛ This booklet includes
the names, compiled by Tom Burnell of over 600 Co Clare men and
women who died in military and associated services during WW1 and just after. They died
in the service of the British Army, the Australian Army, the New Zealand Army, the American
Army, the Indian Army, the Canadian Army, the South African Army, the Royal Navy, the British
Mercantile Marine, the Territorial Force Nursing Service, Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Nursing
Service and Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps.
☛ I would to thank Tom Burnell for his permission to publish this booklet, and would highly
recommend his book ‘The Clare War Dead’ to anyone who wishes to learn more about the
Clare Men and women who died during WW1.
☛ This booklet also includes
a brief synopsis of the battles they died in.
☛ The reason for this booklet is to promote the building of a Clare Peace Park in Ennis. A
provisional site has been proposed opposite the entrance to Glor. This Park would commemorate
all Clare people who died in conflicts, including WW1, WW2, the UN and others.
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The 2nd. Royal Munster Fusiliers, in their very first
action in France, achieved a military feat unparalleled
in modern warfare.
A division may perhaps be deployed in an attempt to
turn aside or halt an advancing army corps - but for a
single battalion to stem the advance of an entire army
by their sole action was unprecedented. In fact, less
than a battalion strength, just 3 companies of the 2nd.
Battalion of The Munsters halted the advance of the
German Army for fourteen hours in the area of Oisny &
Etreux during the retreat from Mons, thus enabling the
rest of the British Army to withdraw to a safe distance
of twelve miles. They were outnumbered at odds of
over 6 to 1, and when finally defeated, the survivors
were congratulated on their supreme bravery by the
German soldiers they had fought.
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Etreux
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“The Last Absolution of the
Munsters at Rue de Bois, 1915”
by Fortunino Matania. The picture
represents an actual incident on
May 9th 1915, and depicts the
Chaplain, Father Gleeson. With
him are Colonel Victor Rickard
and Adjutant Captain Filgate,
both of whom were killed the
following day. In the short period
of the attack, the Munsters lost
nineteen officers and 374 men.
This painting covers an entire wall
at the Decorative Arts and History
Museum,
Collins
Barracks,
Dublin.
Rue Du Bois
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Ypres was a town of relatively
little strategic importance, but
of great significance in that
it was fought over practically
throughout the whole of the war.
There was high ground which
dominated this battlefield, out
to the north, south and east
of the town. After the retreat
from Mons, the First Battle of
Ypres was fought in October/
November 1914. There was
fighting around the town for the
next four years. Throughout the
War, the Allies were determined
to hold onto Ypres, and despite
fierce attempts to take it, they
did.
Ypres
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Almost half a million people died in the trenches and in
No Man’s Land between 1914 and 1918. Among them
not only Germans, French, British and Belgians, but also
Moroccans, Algerians, Tunisians,Senegalese, Canadians,
Australians, New-Zealanders, South-Africans, Chinese,
Indians, Jamaicans and lots of other nationalities.
Flanders
Gallipoli
Gallipoli was one of the Allies great disasters in World War One.
Gallipoli was the plan thought up by Winston Churchill to end
the war early by creating a new war front that the Central Powers
could not cope with.
By the time the campaign ended, over 120,000 men had died:
more than 80,000 Turkish soldiers and 44,000 British and French
soldiers, including over 8500 Australians. In the history of the
Great War, the Gallipoli campaign made no large mark. The
number of dead, although horrific, pales in comparison with the
number that died in France and Belgium during the war.
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Anglo-French forces began landing at the Greek port of Salonika (now
Thessaloniki) on 5 October 1915. The troops were sent to provide
military assistance to the Serbs who had recently been attacked by
combined German, Austro-Hungarian and Bulgarian armies. The
intervention came too late to save Serbia. The front-line remained
more or less static until September 1918, when a third offensive was
launched. The campaign concluded with the surrender of Bulgaria on
30 September 1918.
Salonika
There were
many epic struggles fought
along the banks of the River Tigris; from the
seemingly unstoppable advance of the British
throughout 1915 to the resurgence of their
Turk opposition in 1916 culminating in the
British humiliation at Kut-al-Amara in April
1916. British fortunes revived however with the
appointment of Sir Frederick Stanley Maude as
regional Commander-in-Chief, as success after
success finally led to complete British victory in
the region in October 1918.
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Mesopotamia
The Battle of the Somme started in July 1st 1916. It lasted
until November 1916. For many people, the Battle of the
Somme was the battle that symbolised the horrors of warfare
in World War One; this one battle had a marked effect on
overall casualty figures and seemed to epitomise the futility
of trench warfare. By the end of the battle, the British Army
had suffered 420,000 casualties including nearly 60,000 on
the first day alone. The French lost 200,000 men and the
Germans nearly 500,000.
The Somme
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The Clare War Dead
BALLYNACALLY
(G/M – Grave/Memorial)
John Browne:
Ballynacally, died
March 1917 age 27,
Household Cavalry,
Grave/Memorial in
France.
J Dowling: Ballynacally, died
Oct 1918, South African Medical
Corps, G/M in South Africa.
Daniel Joseph O’Dea:
Ballynacally, died Dec 1917 age
22, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
France.
BALLYVAUGHAN
John Donohoe: Ballyvaughan,
died April 1918 on the Somme,
Machine Gun Corps, Grave/
Memorial in France.
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Thomas Glynn: Ballyvaughan,
died Sept 1916 age 30 on the
Somme, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Griffin: Ballyvaughan, died
April 1915 age 24 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M
in Turkey.
Samuel Johns: Ballyvaughan, died
Nov 1918, Royal Army Service
Corps, G/M in France.
John Keane: Ballyvaughan, died
Aug 1917 in India, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in Burma.
Patrick Mannix: Ballyvaughan,
died Nov 1917 age 40, New
Zealand EF, G/M in Israel.
Austin Francis Ryan:
Ballyvaughan, died June 1916 age
22, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Cobh Co Cork.
BAREFIELD
John Hanrahan: Barefield, died
May 1915 in Rue de Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
BROADFORD
Michael Cooney: Broadford,
died Sept 1917 age 23, Australian
Machine Gun Corps, G/M in
Belgium.
Thomas McInerney: Broadford,
died May 1915, Leinster Regiment,
G/M in France.
Patrick O’Keefe: Broadford, died
March 1918, New Zealand EF, G/M
in France.
James Toohey: Broadford,
died Dec 1917, Australian
Infantry, G/M in
Belgium.
BUNRATTY
James Brennan: Bunratty, died
July 1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers
, Grave/Memorial in France.
Unit, G/M in England.
the highest awards from the
French and US Governments.
CLARECASTLE
Thomas Brogan: Clarecastle, died
Oct 1916, Lancashire Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Daniel Howe: Clarecastle, died
Aug 1918 age 26, Tank Corps, G/M
in France.
Thomas Browne: Clarecastle,
died June 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Christopher Keane: Clarecastle,
died June 1918, Highland Light
Infantry, G/M in France.
Michael Kinsley: Carrigaholt, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Michael Burke: Clarecastle, died
Jan 1917, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Belgium.
Thomas Keane: Clarecastle, died
Nov 1914 age 23, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in France.
Thomas Lynch: Carrigaholt, died
June 1917 age 43, Royal Navy,
G/M in England.
Oliver Cusack: Clarecastle,
died June 1915 age 20, Royal
Engineers, G/M in England.
John O’Gorman: Carrigaholt, died
Nov 1917 age 35 on the SS Jessie,
Mercantile Marine Unit, G/M in
Antrim.
Thomas Gleeson: Clarecastle,
died Aug 1916 age 20 on the
Somme, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Thomas Kelly: Clarecastle, died
Sept 1916 on the Somme, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Was taken prisoner in Etreux in
August 1914 with 500 others and
taken to Germany.
John Sullivan:
Carrigaholt, died
Oct 1917 age 27 on
the SS Aylevarroo,
Mercantile Marine
Francis Patrick Gordon:
Clarecastle, died April 1918, US
Army, G/M in France. He was
awarded the Croix de Guerre and
the Distinguished Service Cross,
CARRIGAHOLT
Lawrence Curtin: Carrigaholt,
died May 1915 age 17 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M
in Egypt.
George Wyndham Maunsell:
Clarecastle, died Feb 1917 age 28,
Indian Army Reserve of Officers,
Grave/Memorial in Iraq.
William McCready: Clarecastle,
died June 1917 age
13
31 on the SS Keeper, Mercantile
Marine Unit, G/M in England.
J McMahon: Clarecastle, died
June 1917 on the SS Keeper,
Mercantile Mariner Unit, G/M in
England.
James McMahon: Clarecastle,
died May 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 9th, G/M in France.
Daniel Joseph O’Brien: Clare
Abbey House Clarecastle, died
Nov 1917 age 33 in Passchendale,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in Belgium. He was a member
of Clare County Council and a
leaderof the Clarecastle National
Volunteers.
Cornelius O’Donoghue:
Clarecastle, died Nov 1914 age
32 in Flanders, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
John Power: Clarecastle, died
Nov 1916 age 25, Royal Dublin
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
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James Ryan: Clarecastle, died
July 1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Limerick.
CLONLARA
Patrick Joseph Burke: Clonlara,
died April 1917 in Gallipoli age 25,
Australian Inf, G/M in France.
Daniel Meehan: Clonlara, died
Oct 1918, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in France.
John Moloney: Clonlara, died
Sept 1916 on the Somme, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in France.
COORACLARE
Michael Joseph Breen:
Cooraclare, died Sept 1916 on the
Somme, age 41, Australian Inf,
G/M in England.
James Francis Chambers:
Cooraclare, died Sept 1916, New
Zealand EF, G/M in France.
William Considine: Cooraclare,
died May 1919 age 29, Australian
Infantry, G/M in South Africa.
Timothy O Dea: Cooraclare, died
Nov 1917 age 39, Irish Guards,
G/M in France. He won the Military
Medal.
Michael Reidy: Cooraclare, died
July 1918, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in France.
CORKSCREW HILL
Patrick Joseph O’Loughlin/
O’Loughlen: Corkscrew Hill, died
Sept 1917 age 29 in Flanders,
Australian Infantry, G/M in Belgium.
COROFIN
Mathew Clohessy: Corofin, died
March 1918, Royal Irish Regiment
on the Somme, G/M in France.
Patrick Courtney:
Corofin, died April
1918 age 19, Irish
Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
Francis M Egan: Corofin, died
April 1918 age 19 on the Somme,
London Regiment, G/M in France.
Patrick Hourigan: Corofin, died
March 1918 on the Somme, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Macken John MacNamara:
Corofin, died March 1918 age 20 in
Loos, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
Patrick McNamara: Corofin, died
Nov 1917 age 21 in Paschendale,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium.
CRATLOE
William Bentley: Cratloe, died
Nov 1918 age 27, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Michael Curry: Cratloe,
died Nov 1914 , Irish
Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
CRUSHEEN
John Fogarty: Crusheen, died
Dec 1918 age 25, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in Crusheen.
DOOLIN
John Woods: Doolin, died Sept
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers on
the Somme, G/M in France.
G/M in England.
ENNIS
Herbert George Adams: Ennis,
Died Oct 1919 age 18, RAF, Grave/
Memorial in Turkey.
Michael Barry: Ennis, died April
1917 , Leinster Regiment, G/M in
France.
DOONBEG
Thomas Killeen: Doonbeg, died
Oct 1918, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Denis Bergin: Ennis, died Oct
1916 on the Somme, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Timothy Killeen: Doonbeg, died
July 1919, Irish Guards, G/M in
Doonbeg.
George Brady: Butter Market
Ennis, died July 1917 in Salonika,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in Greece.
John O’Brien: Doonbeg, died
June 1915 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Turkey.
John Barrett: Ennis, died April
1917, French Army, G/M in France.
Thomas O’Brien: Doonbeg, died
Sept 1918 age 39, Royal Naval
Reserve Unit, SV Mary Fanny,
P. E. Kenneally: Ennis, died Dec
1917. A former Chairman of Ennis
U.D.C.
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Michael Breen: Ennis, died May
1915 age 30 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Brogan: Ennis, died March
1918 age 21 in Palestine, Royal
Munster Fus, G/M in Israel.
Henry George Browne: Ennis,
died July 1916 age 29 on the
Somme, Bedfordshire Regiment,
G/M in France.
William Burke: Ennis, died April
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
Michael Burley: Cornmarket St
Ennis, died May 1915 age 22 in
Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fus, G/M
in Turkey.
William Byrne: Ennis, died May
1915 age 23 in Gallipoli, Australian
Infantry, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas Cahill: Lifford Ennis,
died Sept 1915, Corps of Royal
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Engineers, G/M in France.
William Francis Cahill: Doora,
died August 1918 age 25, US
Army, G/MFrance.
Daniel Carmody, Ennis, died May
1915 age 39, Leinster Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Carpenter: Clare Road
Ennis, died April 1915 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fus, G/M in Turkey
Thomas Coughlan/Coghlan:
Chapel St Ennis, died April 1916,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in Dublin.
Richard Cole: Mill Road Ennis,
died June 1917 age 23 on the SS
Keeper (owned by J Bannatyne
Limerick), Mercantile Marine Unit,
G/M in England.
James Richard Colfer: worked
in the M & L Bank in Ennis. Died
Feb 1917 age 25, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Carroll: Edenvale, died
May 1915 age 24 in Flanders,
Household Cavalry, G/M in
Belgium.
Edmond Colgen: Ennis, died June
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey
Thomas Casserley: Ennis, died
April 1918 age 21, Corps of Royal
Engineers, G/M in France.
Thomas Connolly: Ennis, died
Oct 1914, Household Cavalry,
G/M in England.
Stephen Cleary: Ennis, died Sept
1918 in, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Martin Conway:
Old Mill St Ennis,
died Sept 1915
age 28 in Loos,
Irish Guards, G/M
Patrick Conway: Old Mill St Ennis,
died July 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France. Brother of
the above.
John Copeland: Ennis, died
Oct 1914, Irish Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
John Costello: Ennis, died Feb
1916 in Loos, Connaught Rangers,
G/M in France.
John Coughlan/ Coghlan:
Circular Road Ennis, died Sept
1916 age 26 in , Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in France.
Thomas Coughlan/Coghlan:
Chapel St Ennis, died April 1916,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in Dublin.
Patrick Crimmins,
Ennis, died Aug 1918
age 24, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in
France. He won the Military Medal.
Thomas Heppel Crowe: Ennis,
died Oct 1916 age 24, Canadian
Infantry, G/M in France.
Myles Cullen:Ennis, died July
1916 age 25, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in France. Three of his
brothers also died in WW1.
Charles Cullinan: Ennis, died May
1925 age 41, Leinster Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
Edward Patrick Cullinan: Ennis,
died March 1918 age 30, Royal
Canadians, G/M in France.
Robert Hornidge
Cullinan: Bindon
St Ennis, died Aug
1915 age 34 at
Suvla Bay, Royal
Munster Fusiliers
7th, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas Cunningham: Ennis,
died March 1917, Manchester
Regiment, G/M in France.
Thomas Davis: Ennis, excecuted
in Gallipoli July 1915 age 21, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Turkey.
John Cullinan: Ennis, died May
1915 age 35 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Delia Davoren: Claureen House
Ennis, died Oct 1918 age 37
on the RMS Leinster, a nurse
in Northamptonshire, G/M in
Drumcliffe.
John Cunningham: Turnpike
Ennis, died May 1915 age 25
in Rue du Bois, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Nora Davoren: sister of the above,
died also on the RMS Leinster and
also nursed in Northamptonshire,
G/M in Drumcliffe.
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Owen Devins: Ennis, died Sept
1916 on the Somme, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
John Duggan: Ennis, died Aug
1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, G/M
in France.
Michael Doherty: Ennis, died April
1917 age 24, Leinster Regiment
Unit, G/M in France.
John Ensko: Ennis, died Aug 1915
at Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in Turkey. Was a POW in
Limberg.
Martin Donelan: Ennis, died June
1917, Royal Engineers, G/M in
Belgium.
James Donnellan: Ennis, died
Aug 1915 in Flanders, Royal
Engineere, G/M in Belgium.
Delia Davoren: Claureen House
Ennis, died Oct 1918 age 37
on the RMS Leinster, a nurse
in Northamptonshire, G/M in
Drumcliffe.
Nora Davoren: sister of the above,
died also on the RMS Leinster and
also nursed in Northamptonshire,
G/M in Drumcliffe.
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Thomas Donnellen: Ennis, died
May 1915 at Gallipoli, Australian
Infantry, G/M in Turkey.
Henry Donohoe/Donohue: Ennis,
died Dec 1917 in Egypt, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Iraq.
Joseph Doyle: Ennis, died Oct
1914, Royal Horse Artillery, G/M in
France.
Daniel Falvey: Ennis, died Aug
1917 age 25, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in France.
Michael Fitzgibbon: Ennis, died
Aug 1915 at Gallipoli, Australian
Infantry.
Patrick Flaherty: Ennis, died Sept
1914, Royal Munster Fusiliers ,
G/M in France.
John Frederick
Cullinan Fogerty:
Ennis, died Sept
1917 age 21 in
Flanders, Royal
Engineers, G/M in
Belgium.
William Perrott Fogerty: 1 Bank
Place Ennis, died Oct 1919 age 20
in Alexandria, 7th Wilde’s Rifles,
G/M in Egypt.
Henry Fokes: Ennis, died
Oct 1915, Royal West Surrey
Regiment, G/M in England.
Patrick Frawley, Turnpike Ennis,
died April 1915 at Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Turkey. One of six brothers who
served, two of whom were killed.
(See below)
Peter Frawley: Turnpike Ennis,
died Oct 1914 age 27, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in France.
Robert Martin Frazer: Ennis, died
May 1915, Royal Irish Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Thomas Gallagher:
Ennis, died April 1917
age 35, Royal Irish
Rifles, G/M in France.
Thomas Gardiner: Ennis, died
Aug 1916 age 25, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
James Hanrahan: Ennis, died
Aug 1914 age 48 in Etreux, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Joseph Garry: Ennis, died May
1915 age 35 on the SS Lusitania,
Assistant Surgeon Mercantile
Marine Unit, G/M in England.
Martin Hartigan: Ennis, died Sept
1916 in Salonika, Corps of Royal
Engineers, G/M in France.
Frederick Giles: Ennis, died Sept
1918 age 30, Royal Horse Artillery,
G/M in France.
Matthew Griffey: Jail St Ennis,
died Oct 1914 age 29, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Gutherie/ Guthrie: Ennis,
died Sept 1916 age 27, Grenadier
Guards, G/M in France.
Martin Hallinan: Ennis Railway
Station, died Oct 1914, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Halloran: Ennis, died
in Aug 1917 in Mesopotamia,
Connaught Rangers, G/M in Iraq.
John Joseph Hoare: Clare Road
Ennis, died Oct 1918 age 33 in
Salonika, Royal Field Artillery, G/M
in Greece.
Michael Hynes: Fergus Row
Ennis, died June 1916 age 30,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 8th, G/M
in France.
Michael Hynes: Turnpike Ennis,
died Feb 1919, Royal Irish
Regiment.
Andrew Jones: Fahy’s Lane Ennis,
died June 1916, Royal Engineers
Unit, G/M in Clare Abbey Cemetry
Ennis.
1917
John Keane (John Savage):
Ennis, died July 1915, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Kearney: Drumbiggle
Road Ennis, died May 1915 age 30
in Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in Turkey.
Mortimer Kelly: Ennis, died July
1916, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
Patrick Kelly (Patrick Considine).
Lifford Ennis, died Oct 1914 age
35, Leinster Regiment, G/M in
Belgium.
Joseph Kennedy (James
Moroney): Mill Street Ennis, died
Jan 1919, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in France.
Patrick King: Turnpike Ennis,
died Feb 1915 age 27, South
Lancashire Regiment, G/M in
France.
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Patrick
King British
War Medal
John Leahy: Causeway Ennis,
died May 1915 age 30 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M
in Turkey.
William Leahy: Fountain Cross
Ennis, died Nov 1914 in Flanders
Irish Guards, G/M in Belgium.
John Mahony Exhibit: two
homemade laminated memorials
including a handwritten biography;
laminated memorial cards.
John McAuley: Ennis, died Oct
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers
6th in Greek Macedonia, G/M in
Greece.
John Henry MacLaurin/
McLaurin: Ennis, died Sept 1918
age 18, Royal Air Force, G/M in
Drumcliffe.
John McCarthy: Ennis, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Mahony: Old Mill Street
Ennis, died July 1916, Royal
Munster Fusilier 8th, G/M in
France.
Christopher McCormack:
Ennis, died July 1916,
Royal Horse Artillery,
G/M in France.
Patrick
McCormack:
Ennis, died June
1915, Connaught Rangers, G/M in
France.
Michael McDonald: Ennis, died
May 1915 in Flanders, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Christopher McMahon: Ennis,
died Aug 1918, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Frederick McMahon, Lifford
Ennis, died Oct 1916 age 38, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick McMahon: Ennis, died
March 1918 age 20, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in France.
Patrick McMahon: Ennis, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick McMahon:
Ennis, died Jan 1915
in Flanders, South
Lancashire Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
Thomas McMahon: Ennis, died
Nov 1914 in Flanders, West Riding
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Edward James McNamara:
Ennis, died Jan 1918, Royal Irish
Rifles, G/M in Belgium.
Mesopotamia , Royal Army Service
Corps, G/M in Iraq. Formerly with
the RMF where he was awarded
the Medaille D’Honneur and
Diploma. He had three brothers
who also enlisted.
Francis McNamara: Turnpike
Road Ennis, died Sept 1918 age
21, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
France.
James Edward Moloney: Market
St Ennis, died Aug 1915 age 22,
New Zealand EF, G/M in Turkey.
John Moloney: Ennis, died Feb
1917 in India, Rifle Brigade, G/M in
Pakistan.
John McNamara: Ennis, died May
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
John McNamara: Ennis, died July
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers 8th,
G/M in France.
Patrick Moloney: Cloughleigh
Road Ennis, died March 1916 age
21 on the Somme, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Joseph McNamara: Ennis, died
Sept 1916 age 29 on the Somme,
Irish Guards, G/M in France.
Michael Francis
McNamara:Market Street
Ennis, died Jan 1918 age 38 in
2119
Patrick Mulcahy: Bindon St
Ennis, died Oct 1917 age 20, Army
Medical Corps, G/M in France.
James
Sonny
Moroney:
Mill Street
Ennis, died
Jan 1919.
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Thomas Moody: Waterpark
Ennis, died Nov 1917 age 25, Irish
Guards, G/M in Drumcliffe
Walter George Morrissey/
Morrisey: Ennis, died May 1916
age 34 in India, Connaught
Rangers, G/M Iraq.
Patrick Mungovan: Ennis, died
Sept 1918 age 36, Canadian
Infantry, G/M in France.
James Murphy
(James Clarke): Old
Mill Street Ennis,
died May 1915
age 29 in Flanders,
Leinster Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
Michael Murray: Harmony Row
Ennis, died Dec 1915 age 16,
Royal Irish Rifles, G/M in Glasnevin
Cemetry.
March 1920 Royal Dublin Fusiliers,
G/M in Turkey.
George Perry: Ennis, died Aug
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Greece.
John Nelson: Ennis, died
July 1916 on the Somme,
Gloucestershire Regiment, G/M in
France.
Edwin Arthur Nightengale:
Ennis, died April 1918 in Egypt,
Hampshire Regiment, G/M in
Jerusalem.
George O’Brien: The Upper
Market Ennis, died April 1915 in
Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Turkey.
Michael O’Brien: Ennis, died
Sept 1914 age 35, Royal
Garrison Artillery, G/M in
Drumcliffe.
Inscription reads: 3641 Gunner M.
[Michael] O’Brien Royal Garrison
Artillery 4th September 1914 age
34 Ubique quo fas et gloria ducuni
[Grave no. 480]
Michael O’Leary: Ennis, died
July 1916 in Salonika, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in Greece.
The Rev Isidore James
O’Meehan: Ennis, died Dec 1919
age 52 in Mesopotamia, Army
Chaplains Dept, G/M in Iraq.
J O’Shea: Turnpike Ennis, died
Michael Pierce: Old Mill Street
Ennis, died Aug 1915 age 33 in
Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Turkey.
John Reilly: Ennis, died July 1917,
Irish Guards, G/M in Belgium.
William Reybauld: Ennis, died Sept
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
James Reynolds: Corovorrin
Ennis, died May 1915 age 23
in Rue Du Bois, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Rochford: Drumbiggle
Ennis, died Sept 1916 age 30
on the Somme, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
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John Robin Roy: Ennis, died Oct
1918 age 38, Royal Army Medical
Corps, G/M in France.
Charles Shaw: Ennis, died
March 1915 age 20, Royal Welsh
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Stokes: Ennis, died May
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
James Russell: Ennis, died March
1918 on the Somme, , Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Philip Shipley: Claureen
Ennis, died Oct 1915 age 32 in
Gallipoli, Manchester Regiment,
G/M in Turkey.
Patrick Tierney: Ennis, died July
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Michael Scully: Tiermaclane
Ennis, died Nov 1914 age 23
in Ypres, Irish Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
Joseph Shank: Ennis, died May
1915, Royal Horse Artillery, G/M in
Belgium.
Thomas Sharry: Ennis, died Feb
1917, Royal Dublin Fusiliers on the
Somme, G/M in France.
Michael Shaughnessy: Ennis,
died March 1918 age 21, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in Pozieres
France.
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Francis James Slattery: Darragh
Ennis, died Jan 1919, Royal
Engineers Unit, G/M in Ballynacally
Cemetry.
Frank Edward Sparrow: Ennis,
died Aug 1918 age 37, Corps pf
Royal Engineers, g/m in France.
Christopher Spillane: Ennis, died
Aug 1914 in Etreux, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John William Nelson
Stinchcombe: Ennis, died Sept
1918 age 32, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in France.
John Tuttle: Ennis, died Sept 1915
age 21, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Michael Walsh: Steeles Terrace
Ennis, died March 1918 age 26,
Northumberland Fusiliers, G/M in
Arras France.
Owen Ward: Ennis, died on the
RMS Leinster Oct 1918.
James Williams: Ennis, died
August 1914 in Etreux,
Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Michael Williams: Ennis, died
Oct 1917 age 42, Royal Garrison
Artillery Unit, G/M in Belgium.
Christopher Wynne: Mill St Ennis,
died March 1918 age 29 in Arras,
Irish Guards, G/M in France.
ENNISTYMON
Martin Beakey: Ennistymon,
died Oct 1920 age 21, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in England.
Patrick Blood: Ennistymon,
died Sept 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Clohessy: Ennistymon, died
August 1915 in Gallipoli, age 28,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Turkey.
Frank Coalpoise:
Ennistymon, died Nov
1917, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
Edward Comber: Ennistymon,
died Sept 1914 age 28, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
John Conway:
Ennistymon, died
Oct 1915 age 38,
Canadian Infantry,
G/M in Belgium.
Francis Davis: Ennistymon, died
Dec 1918 age 29, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in Ennistymon.
John Francis Dwyer: Ennistymon,
died August 1915 at Gallipoli,
Australian Light Horse, G/M in
Turkey.
Patrick Edwards: Ennistymon,
died Dec 1914, Royal Munster
Fusiliers , G/M in France.
John Fitzpatrick: Ennistymon,
died Aug 1915 age 21 at Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M
in Turkey.
John Flanagan: Ennistymon, died
March 1916 age 37, Royal Munster
Fusiliers , G/M in France.
Timothy Foley: Ennistymon, died
April 1918 age 23, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
George Friel: Ennistymon, died
Nov 1917 in Paschendale, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Halloran: Ennistymon,
died April 1915, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in France.
James Golding Harding:
Ennistymon, died Oct 1917 age
21, Royal Field Artillery, G/M in
Belgium.
Patrick J Hartigan: Ennistymon,
died April 1918 age 26, Sherwood
Foresters, G/M in Belgium.
John Howard: Ennistymon,
died Oct 1915 in Gallipoli, Royal
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Munster Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Peter Loftus: Ennistymon, died
May 1915 age 19 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Egypt. Awarded the Distinguished
Conduct Medal.
George MacNamara:
Ennistymon House,
died May 1917 age 27,
Wiltshire Regiment.
G/M in France.
Thomas McGann: Ennistymon,
died Nov 1914 age 30 in Flanders,
Irish Guards, G/M in Belgium.
Patrick McNamara: Ennistymon,
died May 1917 age 38, Royal Navy,
G/M in England.
Simon/Sinon Neylon: Ennistymon,
died July 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 5th, G/M in Ennistymon
Cemetry.
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John O’Connor: Ennistymon, died
Aug 1914 age 29 in Etreux, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick Riordan: Ennistymon,
died May 1916 age 29, Australian
Infantry, G/M in France.
Michael O’Connor: Ennistymon,
died Sept 1916 age 30 on the
Somme, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Thynee/Thynne:
Ennistymon, died Dec 1918, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in France.
John O’Loughlin: Ennistymon,
died Jan 1915 age 32, Royal
Engineers Unit, G/M in Belgium.
John O’Sullivan: Ennistytmon,
died June 1915 age 23 of wounds,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
England.
J Reidy: Ennistymon, died July
1919 age 31, Royal Iniskilling
Fusiliers, G/M in Ennistymon
Cemetry.
Joseph Riordan: Ennistymon, died
Nov 1917 age 26, Royal Iniskilling
Fusiliers, G/M in France. Formerly
with the RMF.
Michael Thynne: Church Hill
Ennistymon, died May 1915 age 30
in Turkey, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Turkey.
Patrick Thynne: Ennistymon, died
May 1915, Irish Guards, G/M in
France.
John Walsh: Ennistymon, died
June 1917 age 32, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
FEAKLE
Joe Duggan: Feakle,
died April 1916 in
Mesopotamia,
Cheshire
Regiment, G/M in
Iraq.
James Hussey: Feakle, died
May 1915 age 30, Royal Welsh
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
P J Kelly: Feakle, died Oct 1916,
Royal Field Artillery.
Cornelius Maloney/Moloney:
Feakle, died March 1915 age 32,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in France.
John Minogue: Feakle, died Aug
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 7th, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas Muldoon: Feakle, died
Sept 1916 on the Somme, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
France. He won the Military Medal.
Patrick O’Neill: Feakle, died
Sept 1916 age 26, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
INAGH
Michael Neylon:
Inagh, died Nov 1914, Royal Army
Medical Corps.
James Shaughnessy: Inagh,
died Dec 1917 in Salonika, Royal
Garrison Artillery Unit, G/M in
Greece.
INCH
Peter O’Brien: Inch, died Nov
1917, Irish Guards, G/M in France.
KILDYSART
William Clahane: Kildysart, died
June 1916 age 30, Royal Garrison
Artillery, G/M in France.
Thomas Clancy/Claney: Kildysart,
died Oct 1917 age 23, Machine
Gun Guards, G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Michael Hastings:
Kildysart, died Sept 1914, Scot’s
Guards, G/M in France.
John Molony/Moloney: Kildysart,
died March 1918 age 21, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick Moloney: Kildysart, died
Oct 1915 age 23, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in France.
Martin O’Brien: Kildysart, died
June 1915 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas O’Halloran: Kildysart,
died Nov 1914, in Flanders, Scots
Guards G/M in Belgium.
John Patrick Ryan: Kildysart, died
July 1918 age 21, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
KILFENORA
Jack Mulqueen: Kilfenora, died
Sept 1916, Irish Guards, G/M in
France.
KILKEE
John Behan: Kilkee, died
Nov 1914 age 23 on the HMS
Monmouth, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
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Cornelius Costello: Kilkee, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
George Alfred Bothwell: Kilkee,
died Oct 1918 age 20, RAF, G/M in
England.
Peter Casey: Kilkee, died May
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
John Costello: Kilkee, Sept 1918
age 24, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in France.
Patrick Farnan: Kilkee, died Nov
1914, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
James Fennell: Kilkee, died July
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers 6th,
G/M in Salonika Greek Macedonia,
Greece.
Michael Foran: Kilkee, died Dec
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st ,
G/M in Belgium.
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Henry Colpoys Gloster: Kilkee,
died March 1915 age 20, Gordon
Highlanders, G/M in France.
John Green: Kilkee, died May
1915 iin Flanders, Rifle Brigade,
G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Griffin: Kilkee, died March
1915 age 26, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Martin Halloran: Kilkee, died Oct
1917, Scots Rifles, G/M in Israel.
Edwin Ernest Johnson: Kilkee,
died June 1917 age 23, Corps of
Royal Engineers, G/M in France.
Patrick Keanelly: Kilkee, died Jan
1915 age 38, North Staffordshire
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Blake John Kelly (John Kelly):
Kilkee, died Jan 1918 age 29 in
Salonika, Manchester Regiment,
G/M in Greece.
Patrick McGreen: Kilkee, died
June 1916, Munster Fusiliers 8th,
G/M in France.
James Meaney: Kilkee, died
April 1918 age 18, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in France.
Patrick Nevin: Kilkee, died April
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers 9th,
G/M in France.
Martin O’Brien: Kilkee, died May
1915 age 18 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Michael Joseph O’Brien: Kilkee,
died July 1917, The King’s Unit,
G/M in Belgium.
Michael O’Neil/O’Neill: Kilkee,
died May 1917 age 24,
Australian Infantry,
G/M in France.
Peter Russell:
Kilkee, died Oct
1918 age 31,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
1914 in Flanders, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
Service Corps, G/M Ballina
Tipperary.
Martin Sculley/Scully: Kilkee,
Died Oct 1914 , Royal Dublin
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
KILLALOE
Robert Baird: Killaloe, died June
1918, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
France.
Patrick Danaher: Killaloe, died
Aug 1916 age 35 on the Somme,
Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
France.
Edward Shannon: Kilkee, died
Dec 1916 age 25 on the Somme,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Patrick Toomey/Twomey: Kilkee,
died April 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
John Troy: Kilkee, died April 1918,
South Wales Borderers, G/M in
England.
KILKISHEN
John Coffey: Kilkishen, died May
1918, Irish Guards, G/M
in France.
Michael Egan:
Kilkishen, died Nov
John Baxter: Killaloe, died April
1917 age 45, Royal Garrison
Artillery, G/M in France.
Martin Blake: Killaloe, died Sept
1917 age 35, The King’s Unit, G/M
in Belgium.
John Francis Byrne: Killaloe,
died Jan 1918 age 29, Australian
Infantry, G/M in England.
John Joseph Cleary: Killaloe, died
July 1916, Australian Infantry, G/M
in France.
Paul James Courtney: Killaloe,
died July 1920, Royal Army
Patrick Fanning: Killaloe, died
March 1916 age 19, Royal Army
Service Corps, G/M in England.
Arthur Flynn: Killaloe, died Sept
1918, Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st,
G/M in France.
John L Francis: Killaloe, died
March 1917, Royal Scots, G/M in
France.
James Gissane: Killaloe, died July
1918 age 40, Royal Engineers,
G/M in France.
Frank Hogan: Killaloe, died Nov
1918 age 34, Canadian Field
Artillery, G/M in Wales.
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Patrick Hogan: Killaloe, died May
1916 age 28, Lancashire Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Larkin, Killaloe, died Dec
1917, Australian Infantry, G/M in
Australia.
Albert Muir: Killaloe, died Sept
1916 on the Somme, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
William J Holmes: Killaloe, died
Dec 1915 age 21, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
Gerald Lefroy: Killaloe, died
Aug 1916 on the Somme, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick Joseph Niall: Killaloe, died
March 1918 age 29, King’s Own
Unit, G/M in France.
Frank Hope: Killaloe, died Nov
1918, Royal Army Medical Corps.
Michael Maher: Killaloe, died Aug
1917 in Mesopotamia, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in Iraq.
Francis Noonan: Killaloe, died
May 1915 age 20 in Rue Du Bois,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Joseph Ivis: Killaloe, died
July 1917 age 30, Royal Army
Medical Corps, G/M in Ballina
Co Tipperary. He won the Victory
Medal and the British War Medal.
John Keogh: Killaloe, died March
1918 age 24, Leinster Regiment,
G/M in France.
Michael McEvoy: Killaloe, died
July 1916 age 18 in Mesopotamia,
Army Service Corps, G/M in Iraq.
Patrick McGee: Killaloe, died
April 1916 in Loos, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Gerard Keogh: Killaloe,
died Oct 1918in Mesopotamia,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in Sudan.
John McInerney: Killaloe, died
Nov 1917 age 21 in Paschendale,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium.
James Larkin: Killaloe, died May
1915 age 29 in Flanders, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in France.
J. McKeogh: Killaloe, died May
1915.
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Joseph Noonan: Killaloe, died
June 1915, Irish Guards, G/M in
France.
Patrick O’Brien: Killaloe, died
March 1918, Connaught Rangers,
G/M in France.
Ronald Elphinstone
Parker: Killaloe, died
Sept 1914 age 28
in the Battle of the
Marne, Royal Horse
Artillery, G/M in
France.
Francis Quayle: Killaloe, died Nov
1914 in India, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in India.
James Ryan: Killaloe, died July
1916 , Royal Irish regiment, G/M in
France.
William Ryan: Killaloe, died Oct
1917 age 27, Irish Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
John Sullivan: Killaloe, died May
1916 Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
KILLIMER
Michael Lahiffe:
Killimer, died May
1915 age 30 in Rue
Du Bois, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
KILMALEY
Stephen Griffin: Kilmaley, died
May 1918 age 28, Royal Air Force,
G/M in France.
John McMahon: Kilmaley, died
April 1917 age 42, Royal Garrison
Artillery, G/M in France. His brother
died in the Dardanelles.
Thomas Francis McMahon:
Kilmaley, died May 1915 age 29 in
Gallipoli, Australian Infantry, G/M in
Turkey. His brother John was also
killed in 1917.
Thomas Russell: Kilmaley, died
Aug 1917 in Flanders, age 21,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium
KILMIHIL
John Morris: Kilmihil, died May
1916 age 21, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 8th, G/M in France.
Daniel O’Dea: Kilmihil, died April
1918 age 19 on the Somme, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Daniel O’Dea Exhibits:
framed and glazed memorial
scroll, Victory Medal and
British War Medal; Memorial Plaque
KILMURRY
Patrick Fitzmartin: Kilmurry Co
Clare, died April 1915 age 21,
Leinster Regiment, G/M in France.
Patrick Fitzpatrick: Kilmurry,
died April 1915 age 23, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in France.
KILMURRY IBRICKANE
Thomas O’Brien: Kilmurry
Ibrickane, died Nov 1915 in Loos,
Royal Welsh Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
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KILMURRY-MCMAHON
Michael Galvin: KilmurryMcMahon, died May 1915 age 20
on the SS Lusitania, civilian.
Martin McMahon: Kilmurry
Mcmahon, died Oct 1917, Irish
Guards, G/M in Belgium.
KILNABOY
Michael Whelan: Kilnaboy, died
Nov 1914 age 21 in Flanders,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium.
Kilnamona
KILNAMONA
Patrick Barry: Kilnamona, died
Oct 1916 age 44, Australian
Infantry, G/M in France
KILRUSH
Charles Martin Armstrong:
Kilrush, died Feb 1917 age 23,
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
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James Brazil: Kilrush, died May
1915 age 29, Canadian Infantry.
John Breen: Kilrush, died April
1917 in Mesopotamia, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in Egypt.
Daniel Carey: Kilrush, died Sept
1916 on the Somme, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
Michael Breen: Kilrush, died
Sept 1915 age 27 in Loos, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Joseph Clancy: Kilrush,
died Oct 1918 age 38, Army
Service Corps, G/M in England.
Michael Coleman: Kilrush, died
Nov 1916 in Turkey, Royal Horse
Artillery, G/M in Iraq.
Patrick Breen/Breene: Kilrush,
died Sept 1916 age 36, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in France.
Patrick Connell: Kilrush, died April
1916 age 41, Royal Inniskilling
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Joseph Brennan: Kilrush, died
August 1915 in Gallipoli age 44,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Turkey.
Patrick Conway: Kilrush, died
Nov 1914 age 32 on the HMS
Monmouth, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
James Buckley: Kilrush, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick Cooney: Kilrush, died
June 1916, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in
India. Formerly with
the RMF.
John Burke: Kilrush, died Oct
1918 age 18, Leinster Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
Joseph Copely: Kilrush, died
March 1918 age 19 on the Somme,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Thomas Cusack: Kilrush, died Oct
1916 age 38 on the Somme, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Fitzgerald: Kilrush, died
Sept 1917, Royal Engineers, G/M
in Belgium.
Michael Corbett: Kilrush, died
July 1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers.
G/M in France.
Michael Francis Daly: Kilrush,
died Feb 1918 age 22 on the HM
Romilly, Royal Naval Service, G/M
in England.
Michael Joseph Coughlan:
Kilrush, died May 1916 age 24,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 8th., G/M
in France.
Thomas Deenihan: Kilrush, died
August 1915 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 6th, G/M in
Turkey.
Martin Gorman: Kilrush, died
Oct 1918 age 24, Royal Munster
Fusiliers in, G/M in France.
John Griffin: Kilrush, died Nov
1914 age 29 on the HMS Bulwark,
Royal Navy, G/M in England.
William Cunningham: Kilrush,
died Oct 1914 age 29, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Delohery/Dolohery:
Kilrush, died Dec 1916 age 38,
Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
Kilrush.
William Cunningham Exhibits: 1914
Star, British War
Medal, Victory Medal, Memorial Scroll,
Memorial Plaque.
Patrick Griffin: Kilrush, died Nov
1918 age 25, Royal Irish Regiment,
G/M in France.
John Hickey: Kilrush, died Oct
1918, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
Belgium.
Thomas Donoghue: Kilrush, died
Feb 1920 age 24, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Kilrush.
Poole Henry Hickman: Kilrush,
died Aug 1915 age 35 in Gallipoli,
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in
Turkey
Patrick Farrell: Kilrush, died May
1915 age 22 in Flanders, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
John Honan: Kilrush, died May
1915 in Rue Du Bois age 24, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
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Michael Houlihan: Kilrush, died
Sept 1916 age 29, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
William Johnson: Kilrush, died
March 1917 Royal Dublin Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Keane: Kilrush, died Sept
1916 age 20, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in France. He
won the Military Medal.
Michael Keane: Kilrush, died April
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 1st, G/M in Turkey. His
four brothers also enlisted.
Christopher Kiely: Kilrush, died
Feb 1917 on the Somme, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in France.
Thomas Christopher King:
Kilrush, died July 1917 age 39,
Royal Scots Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium.
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Edward Leggatt: Kilrush, died
Nov 1914 age 44 on the HMS
Good Hope, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
Thomas Lennon: Kilrush, died
Nov 1914 age 20, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in France.
Michael Lynch: Kilrush, died May
1915 in Galipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas Lysaght: Kilrush, died
Dec 1914, Royal Horse Artillery,
G/M in France.
Francis (Frank) Joseph
MacNamara: Kilrush, died July
1917 ag 25, King’s African Rifles.
G/M in Tanzania.
John Madigan: Kilrush, died
July 1917 age 24, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
John Mahony/Mahoney: Kilrush,
died July 1915, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Patrick Mahoney: Kilrush, died
April 1917 age 27, Canadian
Infantry, G/M in France.
Patrick Manning: Kilrush, died
sept 1916 age 25 in Turkey, Royal
Field Artillery, G/M in Iraq.
Michael McCarthy: Kilrush, died
Dec 1914 age 25, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
James McDonald: Kilrush, died
May 1915 age 35, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in France.
John McDonnell: Kilrush, died Oct
1916, Royal Munster Fusiliers 8th,
G/M in Kilrush.
John McGrath: Kilrush, died
May 1915 in Rue Du
Bois, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Martin McGrath:
Kilrush, died Aug
1915, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
Turkey.
Martin McGrath: Kilrush, died
Sept 1916 age 24, G/M in England.
Stephen McKnight: Kilrush,
died March 1918, Royal Munster
Fusiliers on the Somme, G/M in
France. He won the Military Medal.
Charles McMahon: Kilrush, died
May 1915 in Rue Du Bois, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in france.
John McMahon: Kilrush, died
Oct 1915 age 23, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Kilrush.
Michael McMahon: Kilrush, died
Oct 1915 age 23, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Charles McNamara: Kilrush:,
died Oct 1916 on the
Somme, Scottish Rifles,
G/M in France.
Michael Meade: Kilrush, died Aug
1915 age 35 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Turkey.
Mark Mescal: Kilrush, died Dec
1917 age 23, Irish Guards, G/M in
France.
Patrick Milican: Kilrush, died Nov
1916 age 19 on the SS Huntsvale,
Mercantile Marine Unit, G/M in
England.
James Mitchell: Cappa Kilrush,
died April 1916 age 34, Canadian
Royal Flying Corps, G/M in France.
John Moloney: Kilrush, died May
1915 age 33 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Turkey.
Simon Moloney: Kilrush, died
Aug 1916 in Mespotamia, Royal
Garrison Artillery, G/M in Iraq.
James Joseph Murray: Kilrush,
died Sept 1915, East Yorkshire
Regiment, G/M in Germany.
Philip O Donnell: Kilrush, died 5th
Nov 1918 age 21, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 3rd, G/M in Scotland.
T O’Shea: Kilrush, died Jan 1919,
Royal Garrison Artillery, G/M in
Labasheeda Cemetry.
Herbert Parker Peacocke:
Kilrush, died July 1916 age 20
on the Somme, South Lancashire
Regiment, G/M in France.
Michael Purtell/Purtill: Moore St
Kilrush, died Sept 1916 age 34 in
Greek Macedonia, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Greece.
John Regan: Kilrush, died May
1915 in Gallipoli, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Peter Reynolds: Moore St Kilrush,
Australian Imperial Force. Date of
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death unknown.
Thomas Rowan: Kilrush, died Jan
1915 age 34 on the submarine
HMS/ME-10, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
Martin Scanlan: Moore St Kilrush,
died Feb 1916 age 28, Royal Field
Artillery, G/M in Kilrush.
Patrick Scanlan: Kilrush, died Nov
1917, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
Thomas Scanlan: Moore St
Kilrush, died March 1920 age 33,
Labour Corps and Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Kilrush.
John Sullivan: Kilrush, died Oct
1917, Royal Horse Artillery, G/M in
Belgium.
Thomas Sullivan: Kilrush, died
Dec 1914, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
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John Talty: Kilrush, died Nov 1918
, Royal Army Service Corps, G/M
in Kilrush Cemetry.
(Geoffry) Goff Taylor: Kilrush,
died May 1915 in Rue Du Bois,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Thomas Twyford: Kilrush, died
March 1918 age 32 on the SS
Castlebar, Mercantile Marine Unit,
G/M in England.
Alexander Moore Vandaleur:
Kilrush, died Oct 1914 age 30
in Ypres, Life Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
Charles A Walker: Canada, died
Oct 1918 age 25 on the SS Eupion
torpedoed off Loop Head. G/M in
Kilrush.
Martin Walsh: Kilrush, died June
1917, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in Belgium. He won the Military
Medal.
Michael Joseph Walsh: Cappa
Kilrush, died Oct 1917, Royal Navy,
G/M in Scattery Island Graveyard.
Michael Walsh: Kilrush, died
May 1916 in Mesopotamia, Royal
Garrison Artillery, G/M in Iraq.
Robert Walsh: Kilrush, died Aug
1917 age 18, Royal Munster
Fusiliers in Flanders, G/M in
Belgium.
Charles Wheeler: Kilrush, died
May 1918 age 25, Royal Horse
Artillery, G/M in France.
KILSHANNY
Patrick Doherty: Kilshanny, died
Aug 1917 age 26, Royal Irish
Rifles, G/M in Belgium.
Thomas Neylon/
Naylon: Kilshanny,
died July 1916
age 42, Australian
Infantry, G/M in
France.
Guards, G/M in Belgium.
Pat Doherty Exhibits: b/w photograph of “Officers
and NCOs, ‘C’ Company, Artists Rifels (sic) BEF,
France, March 1917”; Officers whistle, British
War Medal, b/w photograph of S/Lt. Patrick
Doherty, Memorial Plaque.
Michael Ronan: Kilshanny, died
Oct 1917 age 27 in Flanders,
Australian Infantry, G/M in Belgium.
LABASHEEDA
Edward Lucitt: Labasheeda, died
Sept 1914 age 30, Irish Guards,
G/M in France.
John Lucitt: Labasheeda, died
Nov 1914 in Flanders, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
Michael O’Neill:
Labasheeda, died
Nov 1914 age 26
in Flanders, Irish
LAHINCH
John Joseph Garrahy, Lahinch,
died Sept 1916, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in France.
John Quinn: Lahinch, died Feb
1918, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in Flanders. He won the Military
Medal.
Frederick Bertram Keogh:
Liscannor, died Aug 1918, Tank
Corps, G/M in France. Awarded
the M.C. for gallantry.
LISDOONVARNA
Patrick Barron: Lisdoonvarna,
died Jan 1917 age 39, Royal Irish
Regiment, G/M in Greece.
Patrick Woulfe: Lahinch, died
March 1918 age 29, The King’s
Unit, G/M in France.
Robert Burke Forster:
Lisdoonvarna, died May 1917,
Machine Gun Corps, G/M in
France.
LISCANNOR
James Burns: Liscannor, died
May 1916 age 30 on the HMS
Indefatigable at the Battle of
Jutland, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
James Lenane: Lisdoonvarna,
died Nov 1914, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Higgins: Liscannor, died
Sept 1916 on the Somme, Irish
Guards, G/M in France. He won
the Military Medal.
Patrick Lynch: Lisdoonvarna,
died Aug 1916 age 34, Australian
Infantry, G/M in France.
John Joseph Tierney:
Lisdoonvarna, died Nov 1916 age
21, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
England.
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MEELICK
Thomas Markham: Meelick, died
March 1918 age 25, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William Robert Crawford:
Miltown Malbay, died May 1917
age 36, Royal Engineers, G/M in
France.
Michael McInerney: Meelick, died
March 1918 age 22 on the Somme,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Cornelius Doherty: Miltown
Malbay, died April 1916, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 9th, G/M in
France.
Patrick McInerney: Meelick, died
April 1916 age21, Irish Guards,
G/M in Belgium.
Martin Earls/Earles: Miltown
Malbay, died April 1915 at Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M
in Turkey.
MILTOWN MALBAY
Edward Allingham: Miltown
Malbay, died August 1918 age 20,
Irish Guards, G/Min France.
Joseph Corry: Miltown Malbay,
died Oct 1917 age 19 in Flanders,
Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgium. Formerly with the RMF.
Thomas Corry: Miltown Malbay,
died Sept 1918 age 22, Canadian
Infantry, G/M in France.
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William Foran: Miltown Malbay:
died Aug 1915 age 18 at Gallipoli,
Manchester Regiment, G/M in
Turkey.
Joseph Griffin: Miltown Malbay,
died March 1918 age 35 on the
Somme, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in France.
Tom Hill: Miltown Malbay, died
Sept 1916, Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Thomas Howard: Miltown Malbay,
died Feb 1915 at Bologne, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Michael Kildea: Miltown Malbay,
died Oct 1916 age 18, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 1st, G/M in
Belgium.
James Looney: Miltown Malbay,
died June 1918 age 23, Irish
Guards, G/M in France.
Martin Lynch: Miltown Malbay,
died July 1916 age 21 on the
Somme, Manchester Regiment,
G/M in France.
Martin Moroney: Miltown Malbay,
died July 1916 age 20 on the
Somme, Manchester Regiment,
G/M in France.
Thomas
O’Loughlin:
Miltown Malbay,
died May 1915 age
29 in the Rue Du
Bois, Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M
in France. His brother Martin also
belonged to the same company.
Michael Sexton: Miltown Malbay,
died Jan 1919 age 40, Royal Army
Service Corps, G/M in England.
Patrick Shea: Miltown Malbay,
died April 1916 iin Flanders, Irish
Guards, G/M in Belgium.
John Walsh: Miltown Malbay, died
Feb 1917 age 34, Royal Fusiliers
(London), G/M in France.
MOUNTSHANNON
Frederick Ralph George:
Mountshannon House, died Nov
1914, Connaught Rangers, G/M in
France.
Cyril Dermott Fouace Somers:
Mountshannon, died May 1917,
Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Michael Ward:
Mountshannon, died
Oct 1918 age 23, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
MOYASTA
Thomas O Halloran: Moyasta,
died Nov 1915 in Salonika,
Connaught Rangers, G/M in
Greece.
MULLAGH
James Costello: Mullagh, died
Nov 1915 in Greek Macedonia,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Greece.
Thomas McKnight: Mullagh, died
Sept 1916 on the Somme, Irish
Guards, G/M in France.
NEWMARKET ON FERGUS
John Cunneen: Newmaket on
Fergus, died Aug 1914 age 26 in
Etreux, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
London Regiment, G/M in France.
Nellie Hogan: Newmarket on
Fergus, died Oct 1918 on the RMS
Leinster, nurse.
William Hourigan: Newmarket on
Fergus, died Dec 1916, Machine
Gun Corps, G/M in France.
Patrick Lyons: Newmarket on
Fergus, died March 1915 in
Gallipoli, Royal Munster Fusiliers
1st, G/M in Turkey.
Patrick Senon/Stan McMahon:
Newmarket on Fergus, died Dec
1915 age 28 near Verdun, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 8th, G/M in
France.
Michael Nash: Newmarket on
Fergus, died June 196 age 63,
Corps of Royal Engineers, G/M in
Dublin.
John Forde: Newmarket on
Fergus, died Sept 1916 age 21,
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The Hon Desmond O’Brien:
Dromoland Castle, died Feb 1915
age 19, Royal Naval Air Service,
G/M in England.
Thomas Joseph Ryan:
Newmarket on Fergus, died May
1916 age 17, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Francis Saunders: Newmarket
on Fergus, died Oct 1918 age
17, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M in
England.
Charles Edward Walsh:
Newmarket on Fergus, died Oct
1916, West Riding Regiment, G/M
in France.
NEW QUAY
Thomas Sharry/Sherry: New
Quay, died May 1915 age 27,
Royal Irish Rifles, G/M in Belgium.
O’BRIEN’S BRIDGE
Michael Griffin: O Brien’s Bridge,
died Oct 1915 age 30, Royal
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Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Thomas Griffin: O’Brien’s Bridge,
died Dec 1914 age 20, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Michael Maloney/Moloney:
O’Briens Bridge, died Aug 1914
age 18, Royal Munster Fusiliers
5th, G/M in Cork Military Cemetery.
Alfred McCormack: O’Briens
Bridge, died Jan 1917 age 28 on
the submarine HMS/M.E-36, Royal
Navy, G/M in England.
O’CALLAGHAN’S MILLS
Thomas Dicks: O’Callaghans
Mills, died June 1916 age 26,
Royal Garrison Artillery, G/M in
France.
Michael Hallinan: O’Callaghan’s
Mills, died Aug 1915 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers 7th, G/M
in Turkey.
Martin Leyden/Lyden:
O’Callaghan’s Mills, died Dec 1916
age 42, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M
in England.
OGONNELLOE
Thomas Coonan: Ogonnelloe,
died May 1918 age 23, Guards
Machine Gun Regiment, G/M in
France. He won the Military Medal.
Tom Moloney/Maloney:
Ogonnelloe Killaloe, died Sept
1918, Royal Irish age 26, G/M
in Belgium. He won the Military
Medal.
Martin O’Dell: Ogonnelloe, died
April 1915 in Gallipoli, Australian
Infantry, G/M in Turkey.
PARTEEN
Francis Beresford
Gloster: Parteen,
died Dec 1917 age
20, Royal Flying
Corps, G/M in
France.
Patrick Hartigan: Parteen, died
Dec 1914 age 33 in Festubert,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
Denis Alphonsus Hayes: Parteen,
died July 1916 age 29, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in France.
QUILTY
Martin McInerney: Quilty, died
Dec 1916 age 51, Royal Field
Artillery, G/M in England.
Martin Moloney: Quilty, died Jan
1917 age 40, Royal Navy Reserve
Unit, G/M in England. Won the
Long Service and Good Conduct
Medal.
Michael Moloney: Quilty, died
April 1916 age 18, Royal Iniskilling
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Formerly with the RMF.
Francis Kinsley:
Seafield, died
Nov 1914 age 26 on the HMS
Monmouth, Royal Navy, G/M in
England
Edward Shannon: Quilty, died
June 1918 age 26, Royal Naval
Reserve, G/M in Wales.
QUIN
Francis Blake: Quin, died July
1916, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in Scotland.
William L Dolaghty: Quin,
died March 1921 age 45, Royal
Garrison Artillery, G/M in England.
Thomas Joseph/John Lynch:
Doora Quin, died May 1915 age
32, Royal Engineers, G/M in
France.
Michael Vincent McKiernan:
Quin, died May 1918 age 22,
Connaught Rangers, G/M in
France. He won the Military Medal
and bar.
Margaret Mary O Grady: Quin,
died Oct 1918 on the SS RMS
Leinster, G/M in Quin.
RUAN
Michael J Shea: Ruan, died Aug
1918, US Army, G/M in France.
Brother of Thomas Shea who died
in July 1918.
Thomas Shea: Ruan, died July
1918 age 29, US Army. Brother of
Michael J Shea.
SCATTERY ISLAND
William Moron: Scattery Island,
died Oct 1914 age 39 on the HMS
Majestic off Gallipoli, Royal Navy,
G/M in England.
SCARIFF
Patrick Bennett: Scariff, died Oct
1916 age 30 on the Somme, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in France.
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Michael Magee/McGee: Scariff,
died April 1915 age 36 in Gallipoli,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Turkey.
Rody McNamara: Scariff, died
March 1916 age 34, Royal Field
Artillery, G/M in Scariff.
Martin Mineter: Scariff, died Aug
1916, Australian Infantry, G/M in
France.
John O’Brien Minogue (CMG):
Scariff, died Oct 1916, West
Yorkshire Unit, G/M in England.
Michael Tuohy: Scariff, died
April 1918, Irish Guards, G/M in
France.
SIXMILEBRIDGE
Arthur Edward Baxter:
Sixmilebridge, died Nov 1916 age
23, G/M in France.
Michael Coleman: Sixmilebridge,
died August 1916 age 23,
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Connaught Rangers, G/M in
France.
died Nov 1914, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in France.
Thomas Collins: Sixmilebridge,
Died March 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
James Moroney: Sixmilebridge,
died Aug 1918 in Egypt, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Egypt.
James Cusack: Sixmilebridge,
died July 1916 age 39 on the
Somme, South African Infantry,
G/M in France.
Michael Mullins: Sixmilebridge,
died July 1918 age 27 in Egypt,
Royal Garrison Artillery, G/M in
Egypt.
James Lynch: Sixmilebridge, died
June 1917 age 22 in Flanders,
Royal Irish Fusiliers, G/M in
Belgiom.
Agnes McMahon: Sixmilebridge,
died Oct 1918 age 22, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
Limerick.
Michael McMahon: Sixmilebridge,
died Aug 1917 age 25, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
Martin Morgan: Sixmilebridge,
Edward Graham Mylne:
Sixmilebridge, died June 1915 age
32 in Flanders, Irish Guards, G/M
in France.
Dr Michael Joseph O’Flynn:
Sixmilebridge, died Sept 1918 near
Peronne, Royal Army Medical
Corps, G/M in France.
TUAMGRANEY
John Coyne:
Tuamgraney, died
Oct 1918 age
40 on the RMS
Leinster, Labour
Corps, G/M in England. Formerly
with the RMF.
James McMahon: Tuamgraney,
died Sept 1915 age 26, Irish
Guards, G/M in France.
TULLA
John Conroy: Tulla, died July
1916, Leinster Regiment, G/M in
France.
John Patrick Corbett: Tulla, died
Nov 1914 age 24, East Lancashire
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Michael Duffy: Tulla, died July
1916 age 36, The King’s Unit, G/M
in France.
Patrick Fitzgerald: Tulla, died Aug
1917, Worcestershire Regiment,
G/M in Belgium.
RMS Leinster was a vessel operated by the City
of Dublin Steam Packet Company, served as the
Kingstown-Holyhead mailboat until she was
torpedoed and sunk by German submarine UB123 on 10 October 1918, while bound for
Holyhead. Over 500 died.
James and daughter Clare
Hynes: Tulla, died Oct 1918 on the
SS RMS Leinster, civilians .
Patrick Keating: Tulla, died Sept
1917 age 32, Australian Infantry,
G/M in Belgium.
John Kenneally: Tulla, died Sept
1916, Irish Guards, G/M in France.
George Pepper: Tulla, died May
1915, Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
Edward Roughan: Tulla, died Oct
1916, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, G/M
in France.
James Mathew White; Tulla, died
March 1916 age 32, a vet in the
Army Veterinary Corps, G/M in
France.
TUBBER
Thomas Casey: Tubber, died
August 1918 age 41, Australian
Infantry, G/M in France.
WHITEGATE
William McNamara/MacNamara:
Whitegate, died June 1916, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in France.
William MacNamara/McNamara:
Whitegate, died June 1916, Royal
Munster Fusiliers 8th, G/M in
France.
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CO CLARE
Thomas Baker: Co. Clare, died
July 1917 age 39, Royal Garrison
Artillery, G/M in Belgium.
Hubert Gerald Bayliss: Co Clare,
died March 1919 age 25, Royal
Horse Artillery, G/M in Wales
Bindon Blood: Co Clare, died
Sept 1915 age 33, Royal Flying
Corps. G/M in England.
Thomas Breslin: Co Clare,
died July 1916 on the Somme,
Australian Inf, G/M in France.
Michael Browne: Co Clare,
died Nov 1914 in Flanders, Irish
Guards, G/M in Belgium.
John Burke: Co Clare, died June
1917, Royal Irish Regiment, G/M
in Belgium. He won the Military
Medal.
Michael Canty: Co Clare, died
Nov 1918, Rifle Brigade Unit, G/M
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in France.
Corney Carroll: Co Clare, died
Feb 1917 in Turkey, Royal Horse
Artillery, G/M in Iraq.
Daniel Cleary: Co Clare, died
Dec 1917 age 45, on the SS
Coningberg, Mercantile Marine
Unit, M/G in England.
Edward Collins: Co Clare, died
May 1915 in Flanders, Royal
Dublin Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
Arthur Considine: Co Clare,
died June 1917 on the SS Keeper
(owned by J Bannatyne Limerick),
Mercantile Marine Unit. G/M in
England.
Peter Considine: Co Clare, died
May 1918 age 44, New Zealand EF,
G/M in England.
Richard Corry: Co Clare, died July
1916, North Lancashire Regiment,
G/M in France.
John Cosgrove: Co Clare, died
August 1917, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in France.
Charles O’Moore Creagh: Co
Clare, died March 1918 age 21,
Royal Field Artillery, G/M in France.
Edward Vivian
Morgan Crofton:
Raheen Manor Co
Clare, died July
1917 age 28, Royal
Engineers, G/M in
Belgium.
Martin Crowe: Co Clare, died
March 1918 age 29, Canadian
Infantry, G/M in Querrin Co Clare.
Edward Patrick Doherty:
Co Clare, died March
1916 age 21,
East Lancashire
Regiment, G/M in
England.
George Doherty: Co Clare, died
July 1916, Royal Irish Rifles, G/M
in France.
John Donnelly: Co Clare, died
Oct 1915 age 39, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 6th, G/M in England.
John Dooley: Starrell Co Clare,
died July 1917 in Flanders, Irish
Guards, G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Droney: Ballymagh Co
Clare, died Sept 1916 on the
Somme, Royal Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Dwyer: Co Clare, died Aug
1915, Australian Infantry, G/M
Australia.
John Henry Gallagher: Co Clare,
died Sept 1918 age 40,
Royal Dublin Fusiliers,
G/M in France.
John Gallagher: Co Clare, died
Feb 1919 age 23 on the HMPMS
Erin’s Isle, Royal Navy, G/M in
England.
John Glynn: Ballyorughia Co
Clare, died Sept 1916 age 32 on
the Somme, Grenadier Guards,
G/M in France.
Patrick Grogan: Co Clare, died
June 1918 age 33, Royal Field
Artillery, G/M in England.
John Hough: Co Clare, died April
1917 age 39 on the SS Gretaston,
Mercantile Marine Unit, G/M in
England.
Thomas Howley: Twoclay Co
Clare, died April 1917, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in Germany.
He won the DCM.
Terence Hynes: Co Clare, died
Dec 1916, Irish Rifles, G/M in
Belgium.
Robert Romney Godred Kane:
Glendree, died Oct 1918 age 29,
Royal Munster Fusiliers, G/M in
France. DSO ; Chevalier, Legion of
Honour.
Patrick Keane: Co Clare, died Oct
1914, Leinster Regiment, G/M in
Belgium.
John Kelly: Co Clare, died
Aug 1917 age 38, Royal Dublin
Fusiliers, G/M in Belgium.
Cecil Stackpoole Kenny:
Moymore House Co Clare, died
Nov 1915 age 27, Shropshire Light
Infantry, G/M in England.
Frank Lennane: Co Clare,
died Oct 1917 age 35, Royal
Warwickshire Regiment, G/M in
Belgium.
Ronald Lernon: Co Clare, died
Aug 1918 , Royal Irish regiment,
G/M in France.
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Joseph McCarthy: Co Clare, died
April 1915 in Flanders, Leinster
Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Peter Reginald McConville: Co
Clare died June 1917 age 25, New
Zealand Rifle Brigade, G/M in
France.
Michael McDonagh: Co Clare,
died Sept 1918 in India, Royal Irish
Fusiliers, G/M in Burma.
Francis Joseph McNamara:
Co Clare, died Oct 1920 age 46,
New Zealand EF, G/M in New
Zealand.
Bertram Weldon Molony: Kiltanon
Co Clare, died Feb 1915 age 26,
East Lancashire Regiment, G/M
Belgium.
Patrick Morrissey:
Co Clare, died July 1918 age 23,
US Army.
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William A Muir: Ballycoyney
Co Clare, died April 1917 age
40, Royal Irish regiment, G/M in
France.
Patrick Mulcahy: Co Clare, died
Aug 1917 age 33 in Pakistan,
South Lancashire Regiment, G/M
in India. He had 5 other brothers
who served and survived the war.
Alfred Murray: Co Clare, died
July 1916 on the Somme, Norfolk
Regiment, G/M in France.
Michael O’Connor: Co Clare,
died July 1917 age 33 on the
HMS Redbreast torpedoed in the
Aegean Sea, Mercantile Marine
Reserve, G/M in England.
John Patrick O’Dea: Co Clare,
died Aug 1916, Australian Infantry
on the Somme, G/M in France.
John P O’Loughlin: Co Clare, died
April 1915 age 21, Royal Horse
Artillery, G/M in France.
William Hoey Kearney Redmond:
MP for East Clare 1892-1917.
Died June 1917 age 56, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Awarded the Legion of Honour
(France), British War Medal and
Victory Medals with oak leaf (MD).
Basil Claude Shaw: Co Clare,
died June 1918, Monmouthshire
Regiment, G/M in England.
Batt Shea: Trough Co Clare, died
Nov 1914 age 36 on the HMS
Good Hope off Chile, Royal Navy,
G/M in England.
Simon Smyth: Lisgreen Co Clare,
died Aug 1915 in Gallipoli, Royal
Munster Fusiliers, G/M in Turkey.
Thomas Christopher
Somers:
Co Clare, died Nov
1918, South Irish
Horse, G/M in
Israel.
George Eric Guy Stackpoole:
Co Clare, died Jan 1915, Royal
Irish Regiment, G/M in Belgium.
Leroy Laurence Tracy/Tracey:
Boherglass Co Clare, died July
1916 age 29 on the Somme, Royal
Army Medical Corps, G/M in
France.
Edward Tuohey: Co Clare, died
April 1915 in Flanders, Connaught
Rangers, G/M in Belgium.
Patrick Tuohey/Tuohy: Co Clare,
died Sept 1918, Leicestershire
Regiment, G/M in France.
Eugene Watt: Co Clare, died
March 1918 age 23, Canadian
Army, G/M in France.
Patrick Dillon: Corofin, died
June 1916 age 22, Royal Munster
Fusiliers 8th,
G/M in Loos France.
James Hayes: Ennis, died July
1917 age 27, Irish Guards, G/M in
Belgium.
The Mayo Peace Park in Castlebar
Alfred Quinlivan: Ennis, died
August 1917 age 33 , Royal
Munster Fusiliers,
G/M in Ypres France
Patrick Moloney: Kilrush, died
August 1916, Royal Munster
Fusiliers, G/M in
France.
The Waterford WW1 Memorial Wall in
Dungarvan
The proposed site for the Clare Peace
Park in Ennis
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