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Son of Joseph & Annie Busher of Ballyseskin, Kilmore. 10th Irish Division, which included 6th Munsters, advanced on Ramallah during 27/28th December. Buried at Jerusalem War Cemetery.
Son of Nicholas & Martha Butler of 24 Parnell St, and husband of Annie Butler at same address.
Son of John & Annie Buttle of Templeshannon, Enniscorthy. His father, John was Director of Messrs. Buttle Bros & Co. Ltd, Bacon Curers and Merchants. Albert was educated in Newtown School, Waterford and Model School, Enniscorthy. Enlisted with Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st April 1915. Gazetted 2nd Lieut. Royal Irish Rifles 2nd Bn. Took part in the Battles of the Somme in July 1916 and was invalided home in January 1917. Promoted to First Lieutenant, July 1917. Was offered a medical discharge being medically unfit, but volunteered again and rejoined his regiment in France on 29th May 1918. A casualty of the Fifth Battle of Ypres (28 Sept – 2 Oct 1918). Buried in Haringhe Military Cemetery.
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 Edward and Catherine Byrne née Karney.
Son of John Byrne of Ballyhast, Leskinfere, Gorey. Germans launched an attack on British positions at St Eloi (14 March 1915) - 1st Royal Irish were serving in 27th Division which bore the brunt of the assault.Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial in Belgium.
Son of Michael & Bridget Byrne of The Hook, Co. Wexford. Husband of Mary Byrne of Arthurstown.
Son of Joseph Byrne of Ballycanew, Gorey. Formerly served as 4/4233 Pte in the Royal Irish Regiment. Killed during a quiet period four months before opening of Battle of the Somme on July 1st. According to article in Free Press in 1916 Byrne complained in letter home of 'dullness and inactivity' prior to death.
Husband of Ellen Brennan Byrne, Ballinatray, Gorey. Son of John and Ann Byrne née Berry.
Son of Thomas and Rosanna Byrne née Murray of 39 Irish St, Enniscorthy. Died after the war - buried at New Catholic Cemetery Enniscorthy.
Son of Patrick and Bridget Byrne nee Flaherty.
Son of Hugh and Mary Carton. His will states his mother was Mrs Mary Rourke, Moyeady, Ballycarney, Co. Wexford. Patrick enlisted under the alias Byrne but his christened name was Carton. Listed on Panel 10 on the Ploegsteert Memorial in Belgium.
Son of Peter & Mary Byrne of Ballinacarrig. 2nd Irish Guards were serving in the Guards Division at the time. Listed on Menin Gate, Ypres.
Son of John & Lucy Byrne of Ballinglee, Ballymitty. Memorial: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial in Belgium.
Son of John & Sarah Byrne, (nee Lacey) Wygram, Wexford. Step Mother Margaret Byrne (nee Roche) at John Street, Wexford. Thomas was an apprentice moulder in a local foundry at the time of the Wexford Lockout 1911. His body was never recovered. He is memorialised on panel 33, Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres.
Son of Richard & Bridget Byrne née O'Brien of 36 Roe St, Belfast. His father was Colour-Sergeant 5th R Irish Regiment. Died at the War Hospital, Sheffield. CWGC wrongly uses number 29537. Buried in Sheffield St Michael's Roman Catholic Cemetery Yorkshire.
Son of Patrick & Mary Cahill of William St, Wexford. Indefatigable was sunk on 31 May 1916 during the Battle of Jutland, the largest naval battle of the war.
Son of Aaron & Elizabeth Zimber of Priory Street, New Ross, Co. Wexford. His father was a Jeweller by trade. Served as Cairns. No known grave. Memorialised on panel 53 Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres.
Son of Michael & Bridget Callaghan of Irishtown, New Ross.
Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Campbell née Fitzpatrick. His father Thomas was a retired RIC Sergeant and died at Shanbogh, New Ross, Co. Kilkenny, 6.9.1914.
Son of Laurence and Anne Canavan née Roche. Married Margaret Doran 1907. Widow later Mrs Peter Kearney. Date of death, 19th October, is the date that 2nd Royal Irish assaulted the town of Le Pilly, during the Battle of La Bassee.
Son of Charles and Margaret Canavan née Smith. His father was a Metropolitan police Office. He lived Kilcavan, Tara Hill, Gorey with his uncle James Canavan. He was a Gaelic Leaguer and all Ireland Hornpipe champion in 1906 at the Wexford Feis and again the following year in Wicklow. Buried in the Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy , France.
Daniel Canty was Station Master at Kilrane station and also at Killinick station. Joined the Royal Irish Regiment in early 1915. He married Margaret Bellamy in June 1915. She lived at Ballygillane Big, Rosslare Harbour. Active service began on 02nd August 1915 in France. Gassed near Loos (a suburb of Lille) in August or September1915. Returned to active service and shipped to Salonika on 26th November 1915. He was buried in Kilrane Cemetery, Co. Wexford, on 10th May 1916 following a large and well attended funeral.
Son of Mrs Elizabeth Kinsella of Taghmon.
Son of Tom and Ellen Carroll of New Ross.
Son of Mr. John Cash, D.C. Ballyrouan, Screen