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WORLD WAR I: Appendix: List of County Kildare Casualties

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Hackett, Robert. Reg. No. 12/939. Rank; Private, York and Lancaster Regiment, 12 th Batt. Killed in action, France, July 1, 1916. Born Kelly’s Lane, Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hagerty, Henry, J. Rank; Second-Lieutenant, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, May 12, 1917. Born Naas. (Question as to whether H.J. Hagerty was from Naas. H.J. Hagerty was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919” under Lodge 215, Newbridge).

Hale. Royal Flying Corps. Reported active, April 1, 1916. Born Naas. (Hale appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hall, Joseph. Regimental No. 10126. Rank; Private, Connaught Rangers. Killed in action, France. Born Co. Kildare.

Hall, T. Reg. No. 10121. Rank; Private, Leinster Regiment (or Royal Dublin Fusiliers). Reported wounded, September 22, 1917. Born Monasterevin.

Halleron, Martin. Reg. No. 10176. Rank; Acting-Sergeant, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, April 25, 1915. Born Crookstown, Co. Kildare.

Halleron, Philip. Reg. No. 729. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Reported Prisoner of War, May 15, 1915. Born Naas.

Halligan, J. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, August 12, 1916. Born Naas.

Halligan, Mark. Rank; Private, Remounts. Reported killed in action (fall from his horse) December 8, 1917. Born Dublin Road, Naas.

Halligan, Matthew. Rank; Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. Reported killed in action, December 8, 1917. Born Dublin Road, Naas (Matthew and Michael Halligan were brothers).

Halligan, Michael. Reg. No. 4897. Rank; Private, Irish Guards, 1 st Batt. Died of wounds, France, May 20, 1915. Born Dublin Road, Naas, Co. Kildare (Matthew and Michael Halligan were brothers).

Hanlon, Christopher. Reg. No. 10312. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, Dardanelles, Gallipoli, April 30, 1915. Born Athy, Age 27.

Hanlon, Denis. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, April 1, 1916. Born Naas. (D. Hanlon appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hannigan, Daniel Algernon. Reg. No. 8946. Rank; Private, The Royal Berkshire Regiment, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, France, June 15, 1918. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare.

Hannon, Henry Edward Perch. Departed with Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action, June 9, 1916. Born Athy, Age 24.

Hannon, Ian. Rank; Lieutenant, Kings Liverpool Regiment. Reported killed in action, September 2, 1916. Born Ardreigh House, Athy (Ian and Norman Leslie Hannon were brothers; Commonwealth War Graves Commission Website does not list Ian Hannon).

Hannon, John Coulson. Rank; Lieutenant, Royal Irish Rifles. Killed in action, August 18, 1916. Born Athy, Age 24. (J. Hannon was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919” under Lodge 167 Athy. Other information suggests that J. Hannon may have been in the King’s Liverpool Regiment, 2 nd Batt. – latter borne out byCommonwealth War Graves Commission Website; Original list says Coucson;Commonwealth War Graves Commission Website lists John Coulson Hannon, his parents and says he was born Castledermot and was obviously also a brother of Norman Leslie).

Hannon, Norman Leslie. Rank; Lieutenant, Kings Liverpool Regiment, 7 th Batt. Killed in action, Festubert, May 18, 1915. Born Ardreigh House, Athy, Age 20 (Ian and Norman Leslie Hannon were brothers; Commonwealth War Graves Commission Website lists parents and says he was born Castledermot and died on 16 May; it does not list Ian Hannon but does list John Coulson).

Hannon, Thomas James. Rank; Second Lieutenant, Shropshire Light Infantry. Died of wounds, December 1, 1917. Born Millview House, Athy, Age 20.

Hannon, W. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died 1916. Born Dunnstown.

Hannon, W. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Missing in action, 1916. Born Brannockstown.

Hanphy, Peter. Reg. No. 8537. Rank; Lance-Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 9 th Batt. Reported wounded 1916 (Western front), killed in action, France, August 16, 1917. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hansfield, Henry. Rank; Captain, Royal Field Artillery & Royal Flying Corps. Wounded while flying, March 22, 1915. Born Co. Kildare. (Not certain that H. Hansfield was from Co. Kildare).

Harding, Richard W. Reg. No. 6562. Rank; Lance - Corporal, 7 th Royal Irish Rifles, 2 nd Batt. Reported wounded in 1916, later reported killed, France, July 3, 1916. Born Kilcock, Co. Kildare, Aged 21.

Harper, J.S. Rank; Lieutenant, Manchester Regiment. Reported wounded, November 7, 1914. Born Co. Kildare.

Harrington, John Achtington. Reg. No. 8817. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Reported wounded in 1916, later reported killed, France, July 1, 1916. Born Kildare.

Harrington, John. Reg. No. 9492. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, Gallipoli, April 30, 1915. Born Naas, Co. Kildare.

Harrington, Michael. Reg. No. 8872. Rank; Private, Irish Guards. Reported died of wounds, August 25, 1917. Born Naas.

Harrington, Timothy. Rank; Private, Irish Guards. Reported killed in action, France, August 11, 1917. Lived in Naas. (T. Harrington appeared on Naas Roll of Honour, he was a native of Kerry).

Harris, Henry George. Reg. No. 17386. Rank; Private, The Worcestershire Regiment, 10 th Batt. Died of wounds, France, December 20, 1915. Born Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare.

Harris, Samuel. Reg. No. 23510. Rank Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Died, France, October 7, 1918. Born Naas, Co. Kildare.

Hart, W.T. Reg. No. 12005. Rank; Lance-Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported killed in action, September 23, 1916. Born Kildare.

Hartigan, R. Army Service Corps. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (R. Hartigan appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hartly. Rank; Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery. Died 1915. Born Kildare.

Harvey, Thomas. Reg. No. 6352. Rank; Private, Border Regiment, 2 nd Batt. Died of wounds, France, May 9, 1916. Born Kildare.

Haseltin, Frederick. Rank; Sergeant. Died 1915. Born Kildare.

Haughey, Patrick. Reg. No. 11159 Rank; Private, Irish Guards, 1 st Batt. Died of wounds, France, October 10, 1917. Born Doonane, Athy.

Hayden, C. Reg. No. 5431. Rank; Lance-Corporal, Royal Irish Regiment. Reported wounded, October 28, 1916. Born Athy.

Hayden, John. Regimental No. 11159. Rank; Private, Connaught Rangers, 6 th Batt. Killed in action, France, September 3, 1916. Born Castledermot, Co. Kildare.

Hayden, Thomas. Reg. No.16372. Rank; Private. Died, France, April 17, 1917. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare.

Hayes, James. A.G.S. Reported active, 25 March, 1916. Born Naas. (J. Hayes appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Haywood, Charles Henry. Reg. No. 3067. Rank; Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, May 9, 1915. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare.

Healy, Edward. Reg. No. 26936. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 10 th Batt. Killed in action, France, February 8, 1917. Born Kill, Co. Kildare.

Hearns, J. Reg. No. 4085. Rank; Private, Irish Guards. Reported wounded, October 28, 1916. Born Kildare.

Heffernan, Michael. Reg. No. 11086. Rank; Lance Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, Gallipoli, April 26, 1915. Born Eadestown, Co. Kildare, Age 23.

Hegarty, J. Rank; Private, Irish Guards. Reported wounded, July 15, 1916. Born Athy.

Hegarty, R.J. Rank; Captain, N.Z.R. Active. Born Athy (R.J. Hegarty was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Greatg War 1914-1919” under Lodge 167, Athy).

Hemingway, S. Rank; Lieutenant, South Wales Borderers. Killed, missing or dead. Born Newbridge ( S. Hemingway was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919” under Lodge 214, Newbridge).

Hendrick, Gerald H. Rank; Lieutenant, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died 1917. Born Kerdiffstown.

Heydon, Aloysius. Reg. No. 8453. Rank; Private, Irish Guards, 2 nd Batt. Reported wounded in 1916, later killed in action, France, November 27, 1917. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Heydon, Patrick J. Reg. No. 2206. Rank; Private, Irish Guards, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, France, September 4, 1914. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hewitt, Charles. Rank; Sergeant, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported missing and perhaps Prisoner of War in Germany, May 11, 1918. Born Naas.

Hickey, D. Army Cadet Corps. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (D. Hickey appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hickey, E.J. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Prisoner of War 1914. Born Naas.

Hickey, Joe. Rank; Private. Reported wounded and Prisoner of War (at Lemburg Camp) January 1, 1916. Born Back Lane, Naas.

Hickey, John. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (J. Hickey appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hickey, Joseph. Reg. No. 11764. Rank; Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, France, April 21, 1917. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hickey, P. Reg. No. 5484. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded (Dardanelles), May 26, 1917. Born Higginson’s Lane, Athy.

Hickey, Patrick. Irish Guards. Reported active, April 1, 1916. Born Naas (P. Hickey appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hickey, W.J. Army Cadet Corps. Reported wounded in action, June 7, 1919 (demobilised as a result). Born Naas. Decoration Military Medal and the Belgian Croix de Guerrie.

Hicks, Alfred. Rank; Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery. Reported killed in action, November 3, 1917. Born Bert, Athy. Decoration Military Medal, Distinguished Conduct for bravery (Two other Hicks brothers also served although no other information is available).

Higgins, Denis. Reg. No. 3399. Rank; Sergeant, Leinster Regiment, 7 th Batt. Reported wounded 1916, later killed, shelled in France, August 16, 1917. Born Rathangan, Co. Kildare, Aged 27.

Higgins, Denis. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported killed in action, September 22, 1917. Born Kildare.

Higgins, Edward. Reg. No. 9569. Rank; Acting Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1 st Batt. Died of wounds, Gallipoli, June 27, 1917. Born Ballitore, Co. Kildare.

Higgins, Thomas. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Reported active and at home, January 1, 1916 (following 16 months as Prisoner of War in Germany, wounded 1914). Born Naas.

Higginson, G.S. Rank; Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Prisoner of War 1914. Born Co. Kildare (Question as to whether G. Higginson is from Co. Kildare).

Hilliard, George. Rank; Sergeant, Royal Irish Rifles. Wounded or gassed. Born Cookstown (G. Hilliard was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919” under Lodge 396, Cookstown).

Hind, Frederick. Rank; Private, Royal Irish Rifles. Died from illness contracted on service, at Celbridge, Co. Kildare, November 1916. Born in Ireland (Question as to whether F. Hind is actually from Co. Kildare; died in Celbridge).

Hindes, Ralph. Rank; Lieutenant, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Killed in action, Festubert, May 15/16, 1915. Born Naas.

Hirst, Herbert F.C. Reg. No. 24159. Rank; Acting Regimental Sergeant - Major, Highland Light Infantry, 14 th (service) Batt. Died home, December 11, 1916. Born Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare.

Hirtzel Darbyshure, Graham. Rank; Captain, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, October 8, 1917. Lived in Kerdiffstown, Sallins and Red House, Newbridge.

Hockley, Samson. Reg. No. 26108. Killed in action, September 1, 1918. Born Newbridge.

Holbrook, George. Rank; Major. Died 1917. Born Maynooth.

Holbrook Patterson, George. Rank; Major, Australian Artillery. Killed in action, France, April 14, 1917. Born Ballygoran, Maynooth.

Holland, C.C. Rank; Major, Royal Field Artillery. Died 1914. Born Newbridge.

Holland, John Vincent. Rank; Lieutenant, Leinster Regiment, 7 th Batt. Reported active October 28, 1916. Born Model Farm, Athy, Age 27. Decoration Victoria Cross (February 3, 1917).

Holohan, P. Reg. No. 4149. Rank; Private, Leinster Regiment. Reported wounded, October 14, 1916, later confirmed killed. Born Athy.

Holton, John. Reg. No. 8848. Rank; Lance-Corporal, Irish Guards, 1 st Batt. Died, home, November 5, 1916. Born Carbury, Co. Kildare.

Homan, Matthew. Reg. No. 46908. Rank; Private, The Lancashire Fusiliers, 2/5 Batt. (formerly Argyll and Sunderland Highlanders). Killed in action, France, July 28, 1918. Born Ballymore, Co. Kildare.

Hooks, James. Rank; Lance-Corporal, Military Foot Police. Reported killed in action (gassed), Armentieres, June 4, 1919. Born Railway View, Naas. Decoration Military Medal.

Hopper, John D. Rank; Lieutenant. Active during war. Born Cookstown (J. Hopper was listed in the “Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919” under Lodge 470, Cookstown).

Hornidge, Andrew. Reg. No. 66621. Rank; Private, Army Service Corps. Died, Curragh Hospital, January 25, 1919. Born Ireland (Unclear as to whether A. Hornidge from Co. Kildare

Hornidge, R. Rank; Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Reported died, while home on leave, February 1, 1919 . Born Naas (Likely that R. Hornidge died of wounds while home on leave).

Hornidge, William. Royal Engineers. Reported active, March 25, 1915. Born Naas (W. Hornidge appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hosie, H.G. Rank; Captain, Royal Army Service Corps. Reported active April 26, 1919. Born Coursetown House, Athy.

Houlahan, Michael James. Reg. No. 4932. Rank; Corporal, Rifle Brigade, 3 rd Batt. Killed accidently, France, September 2, 1918. Born Curragh Camp, Ireland.

Hubbard, Albert. Reg. No. 6985. Rank; Sergeant, Leicestershire Regiments, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, November 15, 1914. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare.

Hughes, Joseph. South Irish Horse. Reported active, March 15, 1916. Born Naas.

Hughes, Martin. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (M. Hughes appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hughes, Patrick. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (P. Hughes appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Hughes, T. Reg. No. 24641. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded, October 21, 1916. Born Straffan, Co. Kildare.

Humphrys, Thomas George. Died March 14, 1915. Born Newbridge.

Hurley, Martin. Reg. No. 29552. Rank; Private, West Riding Regiment, 1 st Batt. Died, India, March 28, 1916. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hurley, William. Reg. No. 5138. Rank; Private, Royal Irish Rifles, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, October 27, 1914. Born Athy, Co. Kildare.

Hutchinson, Martin. Reg. No. 6982. Rank; Private, Irish Guards, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, September 13, 1916. Born Ballickmoyler.

Hyland, Martin. Reg. No. 5609. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Died of wounds, France, September 16, 1916. Born Athy, Co. Kildare, Age 29.

Hynes, P. Reg. No. 10398. Rank; Private, Leinster Regiment. Reported wounded, October 21, 1916. Born Carbury, Co. Kildare.