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WORLD WAR I: Appendix: List of County Kildare Casualties

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Ingram, William John. Reg. No. 9105. Rank; Bandsman, Royal Scots, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, November 2, 1914. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare.

Irwin, William. Reg. No. 11650. Rank; Lance - Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Batt. Killed in action, Gallipoli, June 13, 1915. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare.

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Jackson, James. Reported killed in action, February 12, 1916. Born Celbridge (J. Jackson appeared on Celbridge Roll of Honour).

James, Alfred Walter. Reg. No. G/2937. Rank; Private, Royal West Surrey Regiments, 6 th Batt. Killed in action, France, October 3, 1915. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare.

James, Joseph. Reg. No. 66528. Rank; Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died, East Africa, February 13, 1917. Born Kilcullen (Gilltown), Co. Kildare (Gilltown is address given in Irish War Memorial Records).

Jaynes, James. Rank; Colonel-Sergeant, Wiltshire Regiment. Reported killed in action, October 30, 1915. Born Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare.

Jeanes, Henry. Reg. No. 56615. Rank; Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds, home, November 14, 1916. Born Kildare, Ireland.

Jefferson, George. Rank; Corporal, Royal Engineers. Active. Born Newbridge (G. Jefferson 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).

Johnson, Albert E. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active March 25, 1916. Born Naas.

Johnson, A.M. Rank; Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Wounded 1915. Born Naas.

Johnson, Charles. Reg. No. 10326. Rank; Private, Highland Light Infantry, 1 st Batt. Killed in action, France, December 19, 1914. Born Kildare.

Johnson, J. Rank; Private, Royal Field Artillery. Reported wounded, and home June 12, 1915, (originally joined forces in Canada). Born Naas. (J. Johnson appeared on Naas Roll of Honour; this note appeared in original text under Albert Johnson?).

Johnson, Thomas. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (T. Johnson appeared on Naas Roll of Hnour).

Johnston, John. Reg. No. 3597. Rank; Private, Leinster Regiment, 4 th Batt. Killed in action, Hooge, France, September 8, 1915 (or June 15, 1915). Born Athy, Co. Kildare, Aged 20.

Johnston, Myles. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Reported active, March 25, 1916. Born Naas (M. Johnston appeared on Naas Roll of Honour).

Johnston, Philip. Reg. No. 10278. Rank; Guardsman, Scots Guard. Killed in action, France, November 25, 1917. Born Naas, Co. Kildare.

Johnston, Thomas. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported killed in action, January 20, 1917. Born Naas, (Buried New Cemetery, Naas).

Johnston, William Arthur. Reg. No. 17849. Died September 28, 1915. Born Maynooth.

Johnston, W. Vincent. Rank; Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died suddenly of heart disease, Military Hospital, Curragh, December 12, 1917. Born Co. Kildare (Question as to whether W.V. Johnston was from Co. Kildare).

Jones. Rank; Sergeant, 5 th Lancers. Reported wounded, April 24, 1915. Born Athy.

Jones, J.W. Rank; 2 nd Lieutenant, Royal Irish Rifles. Wounded 1917. Born Co. Kildare.

Jones, R.A. Rank; Captain, Royal Field Artillery. Died 1914. Born Co. Kildare.

Jones-Nowlan, T.C. Rank; Second-Lieutenant, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds, May 27, 1917. Born Newtown Stud, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare.

Judge, J. Reg. No. 29116. Rank; Private, Irish Guards. Reported wounded, October 28, 1916. Born Kildare.

Judge, J. Reg. No. 20158. Rank; Private, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Reported wounded, November 4, 1916. Born Ballymore.

Judge, Michael. Reg. No. 23856. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 8 th Batt. Reported wounded 1916, later reported killed, France, September 9, 1916. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare.

Judge, P. Reg. No. 23856. Rank; Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Reported wounded November 4, 1916. Born Celbridge.

Judge, Thomas. Reg. No. 14093. Rank; Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2 nd Batt. Killed in action, France, November 10, 1917. Born Nurney, Co. Kildare.