CALL TO ARMS – CO. KILDARE WWI WAR DEAD, SURNAMES T-Y:

by ehistoryadmin on November 1, 2014

 

CALL TO ARMS – CO. KILDARE WWI WAR DEAD, SURNAMES T-W:

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. Final Instalment: SURNAMES T-W. 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; Mary Byrne, Richard Corrigan and Frank Moran who have added, or amended, to our list in the past few weeks.

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Teacher, Norman MacDonald.
  Lt.-Colonel, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1st/2nd Battalion. Died of wounds, Belgium, 26 September 1917. Age 39. Born ? . Husband of Dorothy A. Teacher, Newtown Hill, Leixlip. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. F. 36, Ypres Reservoir Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium.  Supplementary information: Decoration, Distinguished Service Order.

 

Telford, Alfred George. Service No. 49017.  Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery, 155th Brigade, A Battery. Died of wounds, France, 3 October 1918. Age 31. Born Ardreigh, Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. A. Telford, 90 Woodstock Street, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: VIII. A. 68, Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas. Formerly no. 9690, Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

 

Territt, Michael Joseph. Service No. 21569.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 22 June 1916. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. M. A. Territt, Chapel Hill, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: C. 29, Mailly-Maillet Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Athy.

 

Thompson, James Davis. Service No. 21386.  Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, Gallipoli, 21 August 1915. Age 27. Born Celbridge. Son of Robert and Margaret Thompson, Killadoon, Celbridge.  Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 97 to 101, Helles Memorial, Turkey. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin. Formerly no. 24312, 8th Hussars.

 

Thompson, William. Service No. 10191.  Lance-Corporal, Royal Irish Rifles, 2nd Battalion. Died, France, 17 July 1915. Age 21.Born Carnalway, Co. Kildare, 10 November 1893. Son of William George and Emily Thompson, The Vevay, Bray, Co. Wicklow. Grave or Memorial Reference: V. B. 1, Niederzwehren Cemetery, Hessen, Germany. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin; residence Bray. Original address given as Carnalway Rectory.

 

Thorogood, Michael. Service No. 124525.  Boy soldier, Royal Field Artillery, 4th Depot. Died home, 2 January 1917. Born Glenville, Naas, 1902. Son of Bridget Thorogood (née Ivers), Glenville, Naas, and the late John J. Thorogood, a former private in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Grave or Memorial Reference: Screen Wall 3, Gen. B. 25, Greenwich Cemetery, London. Supplementary information: Joined the army from the Hibernian Military School, Dublin.

 

Thunder, George Lattin. Service No. 24748. Private, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 6th Battalion. Killed in action, 9 April 1917. Born Naas or Armagh?. Son of Alexander and Charlotte M. Thunder, Naas, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. I. 14, Feuchy Chapel British Cemetery, Wancourt, Pas-de-Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Exeter, Devon; residence Plymouth, Devon.

 

Tice, William Herbert. Service No. L/6206.  Private, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 24 October 1914. Age 35. Born Newbridge; baptised 22 January 1879. Son of William R. Tice (Royal Artillery), 31 Elfern Road, Brixton, London and Ellen Quinn. Husband of Ellen Tice. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 30 and 31, Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Enlisted Woolwich, Kent.

 

Tierney, James. Service No. 9075.  Private, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 1st Battalion.  Killed in action, France, 3 May 1917. Age 30. Born Kildare, 9 December 1885. Son of Edward and Annie Tierney, Lowtown, Robertstown, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Bay 9, Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin; residence Robertstown.

 

Tierney, Patrick. Service No. 5088.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 26 April 1915. Age 22. Born Foxhill, Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of John and Julia Tierney, Foxhill, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 44 and& 46, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Athy.

 

Tobin, William Patrick. Service No. 81905.  Sergeant, Royal Engineers, 202nd Field Company. Killed in action, France, 11 October 1916. Born Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face, 8A and 8D, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Preston, Lancs.

 

Tomlin, Ernest James. Service No. STK/1137.  Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), 10th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 15 July 1916. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face, 8C, 9A and 16A, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted London; residence Bermondsey, South London.

 

Treacy, William Joseph. Service No. 267.  Private, Royal Irish Regiment, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 19 October 1914. Age 42. Born Kildare, 13 July 1874. Son of Patrick and Eleanor (née Byrne) Treacy, Sallins Road, Naas. Husband of Barbara J. Treacy, 67 Fallsbrook Road, Streatham, London. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 11 and 12, Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Poplar, essex; residence Streatham, Surrey.

 

Tristram, Edgar Blyton. Service No. 3/8448.  Private, Dorsetshire Regt., 6th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 13 April 1917. Age 46. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare. Husband of Elizabeth Tristram, 61 King Edward Buildings, Brewery Road, Islington, London. Grave or Memorial Reference: Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Islington, Middlesex; residence Caledonian Road, Middlesex.

 

Tuite, James. Service No. 9998.  Lance-Corporal, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 23 June 1915. Age 25. Born Johnstownbridge, 1889; baptised 29 September 1889. Son of James and Anne Tuite, Johnstownbridge. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. D. 27, Bard Cottage Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kildare. Brother of William Tuite.

 

Tuite, William. Service No. 5332.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 17 October 1918. Age 23. Born, Johnstownbridge, 1895; baptised 9 April 1895. Son of James and Anne Tuite, Johnstownbridge. Grave or Memorial Reference: X. A. 10, Highland Cemetery, Le Cateau, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kildare. Brother of James Tuite.

 

Tyrrell, Patrick. Service No. 9927.  Lance-Sergeant, Irish Guards, 1st Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 28 September 1918. Born, Kilcock. Grave or Memorial Reference: XIV. C. 10, Grevillers British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Decoration, Military Medal.

 

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Underwood, Henry. Service No. 9751. Private, Connaught Rangers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, Mespotamia, 7 May 1916. Born, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow, 1892; baptised Naas 16 April 1896. Son of Richard Underwood, Lyons, Co. Kildare and Mary Barrett, Dunlavin.  Grave or Memorial Reference: XX. C. 6, Amara War Cemetery, Iraq. Supplementary information: Enlisted, Dublin. Originally Church of Ireland, convert to Roman Catholic.

 

Underwood, Joseph. Service No. 45121. Private, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 95th Battalion. Died of wounds received in action, at No. 4 General Hospital, Camiers, France, 21 April 1918. Age 24. Born, Naas or Straffan, 3 October 1892. Son of Matthew and Elizabeth Underwood (née Gordon), Belford House, Blackrath, Curragh Camp. Grave or Memorial Reference: XXIX. J. 7, Etaples Militery Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: A bricklayer by trade he enlisted at the Curragh on 23 November 1915. Formerly no. 23023 Royal Munsters Fusiliers; transferred to the MGC in July 1916.

 

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Veitch, John. Service No. 14545.  Lance Corporal, Highland Light Infantry, 16th (Service) Battalion, D (2nd Glasgow) Company. Killed in action, France, 23 November 1916. Age 25. Born Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Peter and Catherine Veitch, 14 Belgrave Street, Glasgow. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 15C, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Glasgow.

 

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Wake, George, J. Service No. 22170. Sergeant, Royal Field Artillery, 8th Battalion, 20th Brigade. Died of wounds, France, 22 November 1914. Age 27. Born Kildare. Son of Mr. C. F. and Mrs. Mary Wake. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. B. 3, Gorre British and Indian Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Weedon, Northants.

 

Waldron, Francis Fitzgerald.  Major, Royal Flying Corps, 60th Squadron and 19th (Queen Alexandra’s Own) Royal Hussars. Killed in air fight over German lines, 3 July 1916. Age 29. Born Melitta Lodge, Kildare. Son of Brigadier General Francis Waldron, C.B., R.H. and R.F.A, and his wife Helen; husband of Mrs. Marjorie E. Waldron, 66 George Street, Portman Square, London. Grave or Memorial Reference: VIII. A. 26, H. A. C. Cemetery, Ecoust-St. Mein, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Twice Mentioned in Despatches.

 

Walker, Michael. Service No. 6932.  Private, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers), 7/8th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 17 August 1917. Born Kilcullen or Newbridge, Co. Kildare, 28 October 1877. Son of Michael and Sarah Walker (née Sheeran), ‘Convent View’, Kilcullen. Husband of Anne Walker, ‘Convent View,’ Kilcullen. Grave or Memorial Reference: XIII. B. 11 Tyne Cot Memorial, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kilcullen. Michael and Robert Walker are brothers.

 

Walker, Robert. Service No. 11991.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 6th Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment. Killed in action, France, 14 July 1916. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare, 25 August 1879. Son of Michael and Sarah Walker (née Sheeran), ‘Convent View’, Kilcullen. Husband of Anne Walker, formerly Doyle, ‘Convent View’, Kilcullen. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 16C, Theipval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas; residence Kilcullen.

 

Wall, William. Service No. 3183.  Private, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 2nd Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 9 April 1915. Born Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. C. 12 Houplines Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Maryborough, Queens Co.

 

Walsh, Thomas. Service No. 25666.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 29 September 1918. Age 21. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Walsh, Saw Mill Cottage, Dublin Road, Naas. Grave or Memorial Reference: V. A. A. 5 Ypres Reservoir Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas.

 

Walsh, Thomas Hugh Owen. Service No. 18514/DA. Deck Hand, Royal Navy Reserve, H.M. Motor Launch 136. Died 13 June 1918. Age 20. Born Milltown, Newbridge, 19 February 1897. Son of the late Peter and late Mary Walshe, Milltown, Newbridge. Grave or Memorial Reference: Immingham (St. Andrew) Churchyard, Lincolnshire.

 

Ward, Samuel. Service No. 3607.  Private, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France and Flanders, 10 February 1916. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of the late Thomas and Eliza Ward, Tyrellstow, Bert, Athy. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. G. 15 Menin Road South Military Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Maryborough, Queens Co.

 

Warmington, Alfred Ernest.  Captain, Royal Irish Regiment, 6th Battalion. Killed in action, South Dublin Union, Dublin, 24 April 1916. Born Queens Co. Grave or Memorial Reference: Church of England,  Officers Plot 45, Grangegorman Military Cemetery, County Dublin. Supplementary information: Family moved to Naas in 1885. A veteran of the South African War he rejoined the colours on the outbreak of war in August 1914. Residence, Naas.

 

Watson, John. Service No. 16294.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 10th Battalion. Died France, 30 October 1918. Age 23. Born Kilcock, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. Anne Watson, Connaught Street, Kilcock. Grave or Memorial Reference: About 4 yards Northeast of Ruin, Balfeighan Cemetery, County Meath. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas.

 

Weir, Martin. Service No. J.92044. Ordinary Seaman, HMS Vivid. Died of disease, 13 September 1918. Born 2 November 1898, Lowtown, Robertstown. Son of George Weir, Lowtown, Robertstown. Grave or Memorial Reference: Section L (General ground) 17.5, Plymouth Devonport and Stonehouse Cemetery, Plymouth, Devon, UK.

 

Weldon, Sir Anthony Arthur, 6th Bart.  Brevet Colonel, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), 4th Battalion. Wounded, 27 January 1917 and died from complications arising from shell shock, Military Hospital, Dublin, 29 June 1917. Age 54. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Husband of Lady Winifred Weldon, OBE, 17A Great Cumberland Place, Marble Arch, London. Grave or Memorial Reference: Family Vault, St. John’s Cemetery, Athy. Supplementary information: Decoration, Distinguished Service Order and CVO. Served in South African War, Mentioned in Despatches. Listed in the ‘Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland Roll of Honour, The Great War 1914-1919’ under Lodge 167 Athy. Educated at Charterhouse and Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A.). D.L. Queen’s County and J.P. Queen’s County and County Kildare. Vice Chamberlain to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, (Earl of Aberdeen), 1906. State Steward and Chamberlain to the Lord Lieutenant from 1908.

 

Weldon, Arthur Stewart or Hockley. Major,  North Staffordshire Regiment, 2nd Battalion attached 7th Battalion.  Killed in action in Mesopotamia, 25 March 1917.  Age 40. Born Dublin, 1877. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 34, Basra Memorial, Iraq. Supplementary information: Residence: Forenaughts, Naas.? Decorations, South African Medal and Clasp.

 

Welsh, Thomas. Service No. 12821.  Private, Kings Own Scottish Borderers, 6th Battalion. Killed in action, 19 October 1916. Born Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 4A and 4D, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Neilston, Renfrewshire; residence Neliston, Renfrewshire.

 

Wheeler, John Joseph. Service No. 8301.  Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, France, 26 October 1914. Born Naas, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 42 and 43, Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Dublin.

 

Wheeler, William. Service No. 34145.  Private, Border Regiment, 8th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 10 April 1918. Born Newbridge, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 6, Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Manchester; residence Levenshulme, Manchester.

 

Whelan, Christopher. Service No. 18154.  Private, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 5th Battalion. Died, Gallipoli, 10 October 1916. Age 19. Born Athy, Co. Kildare. Son of Martin and Elizabeth Whelan, 14 Whitelaw Street, Maryhill, Glasgow. Grave or Memorial Reference: 551 Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery, Greece. Supplementary information: Enlisted Glasgow.

 

Whelan, Richard. Service No. 9356. Private, Irish Guards, 2nd Battalion. Died 12 September 1917. Age 20. Born Monasterevan or Jamestown, Co. Carlow. Son of Thomas and Mary Whelan, Coolnafearagh, Monasterevan. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 10 and 11, Tyne Cot Memorial, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Maryborough, Queens Co.

 

 

Whelan, William. Service No. 10149.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion. Killed in action, Belgium, 27 August 1914. Age 24. Born Castledermot or Rathoe, Co. Carlow. Son of Patrick and Mary Whelan, Castledermot, Co. Kildare; husband of Bridget Whelan, Carlowgate, Castledermot.  Grave or Memorial Reference: La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France. Supplementary information: Carlow;residence Castledermot.

 

White, Joseph. Service No. 126094. Air Mechanic 2nd Class, Royal Air Force, No. 2 Fighting School.  Died, 8 July 1918. Age 42. Born Monasterevan, Co. Kildare; baptised 5 December 1875. Son of William and Anne White (née Merrins), Clogheen, Monasterevan. Grave or Memorial Reference: 24. 215, Norwich Cemetery, Norfolk.

 

White, Patrick. Service No. 8752.  Private, Royal Irish Regiment, 6th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 5 August 1917. Age 37. Born Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Son of Mrs. Ellen Hayes, 4 Top Street, Burnley. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. B. 14, Potijze Chateau Grounds Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Roscrea, Co. Tipperary; residence, Kilcullen.

 

Whitman, Bernard Frank. Service No. G/19267.  Lance-Corporal, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regtiment), 7th Battalion. Died of wounds, France, 5 May 1917. Age 27. Born Kildare. Son of Emily Wilson, 207 Bertha Street, Kenilworth, Johannesburg, S. Africa. Grave or Memorial Reference: IX. G. 10, Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, Pas de Calais, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Leighton, Buzzard, Beds.

 

Willen, Patrick Peter. Service No. 10640.  Lance-Sergeant, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment), 2nd Battalion. Died, France, 16 February 1916. Born Curragh, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: III. D. 11, Citadel New Military Cemetery, Fricourt, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Hounslow, Middlesex; residence Hounslow.

 

Williamson, Francis William. Service No. R/4307.  Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 13th Battalion. Killed in action, France, 15 November 1916. Age 24. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Francis and Jane Williamson, Ashfield Lodge, Cootehill, County Cavan. Grave or Memorial Reference: XX. C. 11, Serre Road Cemetery No. 2., Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted London; residence Cootehill. Brother of Robert Williamson, KIA 10 November 1918.

 

Williamson, Robert. Service No. 210927. Able Seaman, H.M.P.M.S. Ascot.  Went down with ship, 10 November 1918. Age 35. Born Celbridge, Co. Kildare. Son of Francis and Jane Williamson, Ashfield Lodge, Cootehill, County Cavan. Grave or Memorial Reference: 27, Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon. Supplementary information: Brother of Francis Williamson, KIA 15 November 1916.

 

Wilmot, Willliam. Service No. 5524.  Private, Irish Guards, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 26 March 1916. Age 24. Born Brownstown, Co. Kildare. Son of George and Kate Wilmot, Linden House, Athgarvan, Newbridge. Grave or Memorial Reference: E. 13, Potijze Burial Ground Cemetery, West Flanders, Belgium. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas.

 

Wolfred, Edward. Service No. 21306.  Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, 21 July 1916. Age 22. Born Milemill, Gilltown, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare. Son of Mary Anne Wolfred. Grave or Memorial Reference: Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Naas, 1914; residence Milemill, Kilcullen. Previously wounded at Gallipoli, 1915.

 

Wookey, Frederick Maurice.  Second Lieutenant, Royal Irish Regiment, 1st Battalion, C Company. Died of wounds received in action at St. Eloi, 19 March 1915. Age 27. Born Rathmines, Dublin, 1 July 1887. Son of Frederick Wookey, J.P., and Fanny Wookey (née McCalman), Weston Lodge, Leixlip, Co. Kildare. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. 22, Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. Supplementary information: Left the family flock firm and joined the Officers Training Corps on 6 August 1914. His mother Fanny sold the family home when her husband died in July 1918 and planned to move back to England, but she drowned in the sinking of the RMS Leinster on 10 October 1918.

 

Wray, William. Service No. 5692. Australian Infantry Force, 18th Battalion. Killed, 9 April 1918. Age 35. Born Woodville, Naas, Co. Kildare. Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Wray, (née Cook); husband of Ellen Wray, ‘Rayville,’ Undercliffe Road, Undercliffe, New South Wales, Australia. Grave or Memorial Reference: I. G. 8, Hangard Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Served with the Western Province Cape Mounted Rifles during South African War. Joined the Durban Light Infantry and took part in West Africa campaign.

 

Wright, James. Service No. 17956.  Rifleman, Royal Irish Rifles, 1st Battalion. Killed in action, France, 7 March 1917. Age 27. Born Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare, in 1890. Son of James and Catherine Wright. Grave or Memorial Reference: VIII. D. 22, Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-le-Grand, Somme, France. Supplementary information: Enlisted Waterford; residence Dublin.

 

Wright, Peter Holingsworth. Service No. 3640. Private, Australian Infantry Force, 29th Battalion. Killed in action, 23 March 1917. Age 37. Born Castledermot, Co. Kildare. Son of Warren Wright, Castledermot. Grave or Memorial Reference: B. 34, Beaumetz Cross Roads Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.

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