CALL TO ARMS – CO. KILDARE WWI WAR DEAD, SURNAMES N-P

by ehistoryadmin on October 16, 2014

 

CALL TO ARMS – CO. KILDARE WWI WAR DEAD, SURNAMES N-P: HELP NEEDED!

Co. Kildare and The First World War

WE NEED YOUR HELP! YOUR COUNTY NEEDS YOU!

This list is a work in progress and will be published as a book in 2015. Fifth Instalment: SURNAMES N-P

We need feedback and would welcome any additions or corrections people might make: also photos, diaries, medals and memorabilia which could be used for images online or in the forthcoming book would be welcome. People who give material or images of material will be credited as the donors. We are also interested in any information on ‘Kildare’ men active in the war.

Our thanks to: Raymond Tyrrell, Grace Arnold, Stephen Bolger, Kay Brophy, Marian O’Neill who have corrected or added to our list in the last few weeks.

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Naylor, Harry. Service No. 10641.  Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 1st Battalion, D Company. Killed in action, France, 10 September 1914. Age 19. Born Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Lt. Col. H. W. and Elizabeth Hamet Naylor, ‘Queensbury,’ Gerrard Cross, Bucks. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. C. I. Montreuil- aux-Lions, British Cemetery, Aisne, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Aldershot, Hants; residence Newbury, Berks.

 

Neill, Joseph. Service No. 6629.  Private, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 3 September 1916. Age 22. Born Suncroft, Curragh, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. Mary Neill, Suncroft, Curragh Camp. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. E. 33, Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh Camp; residence Suncroft.

 

Neill, Patrick. Service No. 23161. Lance-Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 22 October 1916. Age 20. Born Blackchurch, Kill, Co. Kildare. Son of Michael and Kate Neill, Boherphilip, Kill, Straffan. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 16C, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas, Co. Kildare.

 

Neill, Thomas. Service No. 9637.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, February 3 1916. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. N. 20, La Brique Military Cemetery No. 2, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kildare.

 

Netherfield, Philip. Service No. 4/9148.  Private, Princess Louise’s (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 8 December 1915. Age 19. Born Kildare Town. Son of Philip and Mary Netherfield, 120 High Street, Falkirk, Scotland. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. C. 24, Le Touret Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Falkirk, Stirling.

 

Nevitte, Arthur ‘Attie’ Hastings. Service No. 1821.  Lance-Corporal, 18th (Queen Mary’s Own) Hussars. Killed in action, Ypres, France, 13 May 1915. Age 31. Born Kilmeague 25 January 1885; baptised Kilmeague Church Of Ireland, 8 May 1885. Son of the late Richard Nevitte, Kilmeague, and Kate Nevitte, Weyhill, Andover, Hants. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 5 (Menin Gate), Ypres, Belgium. Supplementary information: Arthur emigrated to Canada, and arrived in Regina, Saskatchwen, on 5 August 1913. He claimed to have been in the RIC and wanted to join the Royal North West Mounted Police. Enlisted Curragh, Co. Kildare; residence Donegal.

 

Niland, Joseph. Service No. 6224.  Private, Irish Guards, 2nd Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 19 July 1917. Born Kildare Town. Son of John and Margaret Niland, Kildare; husband of Daisy Maude Niland, 47 Orchard Road, Dorking, Surrey. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. F. 10, Mendinghem Military Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Warley, Essex; residence Dorking, Sussex?

 

Nisbet,  Frank Scobell. Captain, Manchester Regiment, 2nd Battalion. Died, 26 August 1914. Age 36. Born Co. Kildare. Son of Rev. and Mrs. Nisbet, Ickham Rectory, Canterbury. Grave or Memorial Reference: La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France.

 

Noble, Charles. Service No. 5693.  Rifleman, London Regiment, 2nd/18th Battalion. (London Irish Rifles). Died of wounds, France, 26 July 1916. Age 23. Born Timahoe, Co. Kildare. Son of Nicholas and Jane Anne Myles Noble, Dunowla, Templeboy, Co. Sligo. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. D. 49, Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Cavan; residence Bailieboro, Co. Cavan. Formerly no. 77670 Royal Army Medical Corps.

 

Nolan, Edward. Service No. 8646.  Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 27 February 1915. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Son of Rosanna Nolan, Dublin; husband of Mary Ann Nolan, 2 Foley Street, Dublin. Grave or Memorial Reference: J. 8, Bailleul Communal Cemetery, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin.

 

Noble, Edward George. Service No. 49622.  Sapper Royal Engineers, 102nd Field Company. Died of bronchitis, Rouen Hospital, France, 19 March 1916. Age 29. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Son of Edward and Elizabeth Noble, Kilgowan, Kilcullen. Grave or Memorial Reference: A. 18. 27, St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh Camp; residence Kilcullen.

 

Nolan, Fenton. Service No. 5623.  Private. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion, D Company. Killed in action, France, 9 July 1916. Age 35. Born, Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of James and Judith Nolan, Athy; husband of Kate Nolan, Canal Side, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: D. 59, Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Athy.

 

Nolan, James. Service No. 43147.  Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 8th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 16 August 1917. Born Castledermot, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. M. 13, Whitehouse Cemetery, St. Jean-Les-Ypres, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Carlow; residence Castledermot. Formerly no. 5591 Connaught Rangers.

 

Nolan, Michael. Service No. 4953.  Private, Irish Guards, Reserve Battalion. Died in the Military Hospital, Millbank, 17 November 1914. Age 19. Born Maddenstown, Co. Kildare. Son of John and Bridget Nolan, Maddenstown. Grave or Memorial Reference: N.172705, Brompton Cemetery, London. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin, 23 August 1914. He was fatally injured in an accident at a fair on 22 October 1914.

 

Nolan, William. Service No. 26302.  Private, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 1st Battalion, A Company. Died of wounds received in action while a prisoner of war, Germany, 27 June 1917. Age 23. Born Tipperkevin, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare. Son of Michael Nolan, Tipperkevin, Ballymore Eustace. Grave or Memorial Reference: Joint grave, G. 12, Douai Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted from the RIC in Monaghan Town.

 

Nolan, William. Service No. T2/015800.  Driver, Royal Army Service Corps, 2nd H. T. Depot. Died, home, 18 September 1915. Born Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: Screen Wall 3, Gen. B. 153, Greenwich Cemetery, London. Supplementary information: Enlisted Garstang, Lancs; residence Garstang.

 

Nolan, William. Service No. 16846. Private, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 6th Battalion. Born Maynooth?  Died home, of gas wounds, 28 February 1919. Age 38. Grave or Memorial Reference: South-east part Ladychapel Cemetery, Maynooth.

 

Noone, Edward. Service No. 3/5625.  Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, 3rd Battalion. Drowned himself in Grand Canal, Jigginstown, Naas, Co. Kildare. Body found 11 March 1916. Age 42. Born Naas; husband of Anne Noone, Abbey Street, Naas. Grave or Memorial Reference: E. 13. 37, St. Corban’s Cemetery, Naas. Supplementary information: Residence of Anne Noone, given as Swordlestown, Naas, Co. Kildare, in local newspaper reports; regiment given as Irish Guards.

 

Norris, William. Service No. 4147.  Corporal, Royal Irish Regiment, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 3 September 1916. Age 28. Born Rathangan, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 3A, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Kilkenny; residence Limerick.

 

Notley, Henry. Service No. 24837.  Private, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 11 May 1917. Age 23. Born Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Notley, Ballymore Eustace; husband of Jane Notley, 16 Middle Gardiner Street, Dublin. Grave or Memorial Reference: C. 26, Roeux British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Maryborough, Queens Co.; residence Dublin.

 

Nugent, Richard Francis. Second Lieutenant, Scots Guards. Died, 18 December 1914. Age 30. Son of the late Honourable Richard Nugent, Stacumny, Celbridge, Co. Kildare; grandson of the 9th Earl of Westmeath. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 1, Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium.

 

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O’Brien-Butler, Charles Paget.  Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps, attached 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. Died of wounds inflicted trying to rescue a wounded comrade, Bailleul, France, 30 October 1914. Born Leslie House, Curragh, Co. Kildare, 19 July 1881. Son of Major Pierce O’Brien-Butler (60th Rifles) and Mrs. O’Brien-Butler; husband of Winifred O’Brien-Butler. Grave or Memorial Reference: B. 17, Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Former horse-racing jockey, he rode for King Edward VII. Decoration, Mons Star; mentioned in Despatches.

 

O’Brien, John. Service No. 15418.  Lance-Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 8/9th Battalion. Missing in action, France, 21 March 1918; confirmed KIA 25 March 1918. Age 40. Born Kill, Co. Kildare, September 1878. Son of the late John and Kate O’Brien (neé Brady), Dublin Road, Naas; husband of Mrs. Mary O’Brien, New Row, Naas. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 79 and 80, Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas. Many reports gave John O’Brien’s age as 48 and he was thus reputed to be the oldest enlisted man KIA in the war. However, parish records show he was actually born in September 1878. His brother, William, was also killed on 21 March 1918.

 

O’Brien, Michael. Service No. 4656.  Private, Irish Guards, 2nd Battalion. Died home, 26 December 1917.  Age 27. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Southwest part, St. Michael’s Cemetery, Athy. Supplementary information: Enlisted Carlow.

 

O’Brien, Thomas. Service No. 11502.  Private, Irish Guards, 1st Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 7 May 1918. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Michael and Mary O’Brien, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. A. 10, Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No. 2. Supplementary information: Enlisted Bury, Lancs; residence Athy.

 

O’Brien, William. Service No. 25657.  Private, Royal Irish Regiment, 7th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 21 March 1918. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Son of the late John and Kate O’Brien (neé Brady), Dublin Road, Naas; husband of Elizabeth  O’Brien (neé Hogan). Grave or Memorial Reference: II. A. 16, Templeux-le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas. Brother of John O’Brien KIA 21/25 March 1918.

 

O’Connell, James. Service No. 3088.  Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, 7th (Reserve) Battalion. Died at home, 17 April 1915. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Northeast corner, Witham (Holy Family) Churchyard, Essex, UK. Supplementary information: Enlisted Coventry, Warwikshire. Formerly no. 1821 South Irish Horse.

 

O’Connor, Christopher. Service No. 24502.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 9th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 5 August 1917. Age 37. Born Castledermot, Co. Kildare. Son of Thomas and Julia Wickham O’Connor, Green Lane, Castledermot. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 44 and 46, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Served in the South African campaign 1899-1902. Enlisted Castledermot.

 

O’Connor, Hubert Michael.  Captain, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, 6th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 17 August 1917. Age 30. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Dr. O’Connor, Celbridge. Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. B. I, Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Decoration, Military Cross. Educated at Clongowes and Trinity College, he was a barrister and a former Irish Volunteer and participated in the Kilcoole gun-running in 1914.

 

O’Connor, John. Service No. 23162.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, Gallipoli, 28 December 1915. Born Kill, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. E. I, Twelve Tree Copse, Gallipoli, Turkey. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas, Co. Kildare.

 

O’Connor, John Daniel. Service No. J/62651. Able Seaman, H. M. S. Violent. Died, 26 October 1918. Age 28. Born Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Cornelius and Ellen O’Connor, 109 Griffin Road, Plumstead, UK. Grave or Memorial Reference: H. 2243, Plumstead Cemetery, UK.

 

O’Donnell, Patrick. Service No. 72683.  Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 124th Battery. Died of wounds, France, 31 July 1916. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. E. 59, Heilly station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’Abbe, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Preston, Lancs. Decoration, Distinguished Conduct Medal.

 

O’Halloran, William. Service No. 4800. Sergeant, Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 4 November 1916. Born Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: X. 38, Kemel Chateau Military Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Limerick; residence Tralee, Co. Kerry.

 

O’Hara, John. Service No. 275320.  Lance-Corporal, Princess Louise’s (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), 1/7th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 23 April 1917. Age 29. Born Harristown, Kilcullen, 4 August 1887. Son of John O’Hara (Galway) and Marcella Egan (Kildare); husband of Catherine O’Hara, née Kehoe, 4 Greeves Wynd, Kinross, Scotland. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. D. 18, Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Kinross.

 

O’Hara, Michael. Service No. 10217.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 11 May 1915. Age 22. Born Coughlinstown, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, 7 April 1891. Son of John and Marcella O’Hara, Harristown, Brannockstown. Grave or Memorial Reference: Northwest part of St. John’s Churchyard, Ballymore Eustace. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh Camp; residence Harristown.

 

O’Keefe, Michael. Service No. 5827.  Private, Irish Guards, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 23 October 1915. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. H. 3, Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin; residence Anndreigh, Co. Kildare.

 

Oldham, Michael. Service No. 59607.  Private Northumberland Fusiliers 9th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 24 October 1918. Age 21. Born Kildare Town. Son of Thomas and Margaret Oldham, Chapel Hill, Kildare Town. Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. D. I, Romieres Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh.

 

O’Leary, John. Service No. 6783.  Acting Company Sergeant Major, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, 7th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 4 May 1917. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Bay 7, Arras Memorial, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Whitechurch. Decoration, Military Medal.

 

Omara, Patrick. Service No. 13268.  Sergeant, Royal Scots, 11th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 27 September 1915. Born Kildare Town. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 10-13, Loos Memorial, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Glasgow; residence Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny.

 

O’Neill, Denis. Service No. 4541.  Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 1 July 1916. Born Kill, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. O’Neill Bodenstown, Lady Hill, Sallins, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face, 15 A and 15 B, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh; residence Sallins.

 

O’Neill, Joseph. Service No. 10477.  Private, Connaught Rangers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action France, 10 September 1914. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kilcullen.

 

O’Neill, William. Service No. 14461. Rank, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, 17th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 26 November 1916. Born Kildare Town. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. J. 24, Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Bury, Lancs.

 

O’Reilly, Joseph. Service No. 19966.  Sergeant, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 8th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 21 September 1916. Age 27. Born Kildare. Husband of Mary O’Reilly, 38 Lindley Street, Mile End, London. Grave or Memorial Reference: B. 20. 53, St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted London; residence Stepney, East Middlesex.

 

O’Reilly, Patrick. Service No. 28656.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 21 March 1918. Born Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Special Memorial 1, Villers-Faucon Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Maynooth.

 

O’Rourke, James. Service No. 7788.  Private, Royal Irish Regiment 6th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 5 April 1917. Age 22. Born Kildare. Son of John and Mary O’Rourke (née Hegarty), Maudlin Street, Kilkenny. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 33, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Kilkenny. Previously wounded.

 

O’Rourke, Thomas. Service No. 3143267.  Private, Princess Louise’s (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), 1/6th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 17 April 1918. Age 31. Born Kilcock/Kildare Town. Son of Patrick O’Rourke, Kilcock. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. D. 18, Aire Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Barrhead, Renfrews.

 

O’Toole, Christopher J. Service No. D/21084.  Corporal, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. Died, home, 16 October 1918. Born Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: L. B. 20, St. Paul’s, Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin.

 

O’Toole, Patrick. Service No. 11241. A Company, 1st Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in action, Gallipoli, 11 May 1915. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Son of Patrick and Bridget O’Toole, Kilcullen. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 190-196, Helles Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kilcullen.

 

 

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Paisley, George.
Service No. 28875.  Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, 14th Heavy Battery. Died of wounds, France, 5 April 1917. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: V. H. II, Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin.

 

Parsons, John Patrick. Service No. 87833.  Gunner, Royal Horse Artillery, 15th Brigade. Died, Malta, 17 February 1916. Age 29. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: C. VIII. 2, Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta. Supplementary information: Enlisted Bournemouth, Hants.

 

Patterson, Albert. Service No. 7734.  Sergeant, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 14 February 1915. Age 28. Born Curragh Camp, Co. Kildare. Son of William James and Maria Patterson, Castlemaine Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 44, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Athlone.

 

Patterson, George Holbrook.  Major, Australian Field Artillery, 7th Brigade, 107th Howitzer Battery. Killed in action, France, 14 April 1917. Age 28. Born Ballygoran, Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: C. I. Hyde Park Corner (Royal Berks Cemetery), Belgium.

 

Payne, Henry. Service No. 999.  Company Sergeant Major, Irish Guards, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 10 October 1917. Age 35. Born Barrowhouse, Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of George and Helenor Payne; husband of Alice Payne (née Pope), 39 Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 10-11, Tyne Cot Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin. Mentioned in Despatches.

 

Payne, John Francis. Service No. L/9784.  Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 3 May 1915. Age 21. Born Curragh Camp. Son of John and Fanny Payne, 6 Flint Cottages, East Rainham, Kent, UK. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 12 and 14, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Chatham, Kent; residence Rainham, Kent.

 

Peaston, William. Service No. 26392. Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 21 March 1918. Age 20. Born Carnalway or Limerick. Son of Walter and Mary Peaston, Weatherfield, Braintree, Essex. Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. A. 9, Epehy Wood Farm Cemetery, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence carnalway, Co. Kildare.

 

Pender, James. Service No. 25543.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 1st Battalion. Killed in action France, 29 March 1918. Age 23. Born Monasterevan, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 79 and 80, Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Monasterevan.

 

Pender, Joseph. Service No. 9662. Corporal, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 12 April 1917. Age 26. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Thomas and Annie Pender, Chapel Hill, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. A. 14, Lievin Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Athy. Formerly no. 10298 Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

 

Pielow, William. Service No. 10852.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action France, 1 July 1916. Born Mountmellick, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: B. 25, Hawthorne Ridge Cemetery, No. 2, Auchonvillers, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh; residence Mountmellick.

 

Plewman, Charles Edward. Lieutenant, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) 7th Battalion. Killed in action, 9 April 1918. Age 33. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of the late Edward George Plewman, Kilcoo House, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: II. F. 19, Post Office Rifles Cemetery, Festubert, France. Supplementary information: Decoration, Military Cross, October 1917.

 

Power, Christopher. Service No. 4933.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 26 April 1915. Age 22. Born Upper William Street, Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Thomas and Sarah Power, Canal Side, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 44 and 46, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Athy.

 

Power, Christopher. Service No. 16273.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 8th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 28 April 1916. Age 46. Born Athy, Co. Kildare, 18 December 1869. Son of Andrew and Mary Power; husband of Esther Power, Blackparks, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: V. B. 33, Lillers Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence 8 Plewman’s Row, Athy. Left a wife and three children.

 

Price, Henry. Service No. 12045.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 6th Battalion. Killed in action, Gallipoli, 15 August 1915. Age 45. Born Ballitore, Co. Kildare. Son of Michael Price. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 190-196, Helles Memorial, Turkey. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas. Brother of Michael Price?

 

Price, James. Service No. 10962.  Sergeant, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 28 June 1916. Age 26. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of James and Eliza Price, Rahin, Ballylinan, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: A. 38, Hawthorn Ridge Cemetery, Auchonvillers, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Athy; residence Arles, Queen’s Co.

 

Price, Michael. Service No. 10071.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, Gallipoli, 29 June 1915. Born Ballitore, Co. Kildare.  Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 190-196, Helles Memorial, Turkey. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Ballitore.

 

Purcell, Clarence. Service No. 10560. Private, Connaught Rangers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, Belgium, 30 October 1914. Age 20. Born Farnham, Aldershot, Hants. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Purcell, Carna, Suncroft. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 42, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Curragh Camp; residence Curragh.

 

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