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Name§Birth PlaceDeath DateDeath LocationEnlistment LocationRankRegimentTheatre of WarRelationsComment
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Crimean war1855 South Cork Militia send 96 volunteersSergeant gets 7shillings 6 pence for every recruitCo.Cork sends 1,104 men and 233 boys totalling 1,347
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BantryCondition of the poorer classes in Ireland: appendix G: state of the Irish poor in Great Britain Mostly obtained from Ireland's Memorial Records illustrated by Harry Clarke, 8 volume set published 1922/3 by the Committee of the Irish National War Memorial
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Eddy AmeryWife Elizabeth Warner, Reeneen, GlengariffKilled in action
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T Donald ActchinsonBantryWW1Liutenant6th Royal ScotsMemorial Tablet, St. Brendan's Church of Ireland Bantry1833 a Lyle Acheson Commissioner re proposed bridge Ringone Bandon River
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Henry ARUNDEL
b. 1876
d. 1917 at Passchendaele, Belgium,
aged 41
Ahakista, durrusPresumably killed in action
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James Gilman Atkins1890, son of William H AtkinsMahona, Dunmanway9th September 1916ClinchySergeantRoyal Munster FusileersNewspaper of Petty Session court, his uncle Alfred N Atkins Clerk of CourtSame day 2nd Liutenant Wilson son of Rector killed at that stage 5 men from Dunmanway dead
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Arthur Jo Anderson1890Church St., Dunmanway21st March 1918Anglican Cork records
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Charles Frederick l Bailey1886Dunmanway, Eastville, Anglican Cork records
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Thomas BakerBantryCaptain RGAMemorial Tablet, St. Brendan's Church of Ireland Bantry
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Jane 29 Feb 1824, Glanlough, Charles McCarthy Jane Donovan. An entry in Burkes Peerage 1958, page 50 states that Jane O’Donovan, of O’Donovan’s Cove married in 1814, Abraham Baldwin, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, dsp, no date.
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Charles BarryKIlbrittain1798Ballte of Oulart, Wexford RisingLiutenant, North Cork MilitiaBuried in family crypt old KIlbrittain gravryard next to Kilbrittain CastlrDr. Webster, 1920 history of Cork Dioceses
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Abel Beecherprob Hollymount, SkibbereenFather MichaelWaterloo 1815

I will have to investigate a bit more; Michael Becher married Catherine Harris, daughter of Adel Harris, but I don’t know her mother. Their son, Abel Harris Becher died at Waterloo.
92ndBrother Michael westropp died 1838 Ist W.I.R.Basil O'Connell Newspaper Extracts, Dr Casey, 2187
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William Stewart Becher1870Adrralia, newcourt, SkibbereenThe Times 10 Aug 1916
“Died of Wounds~ Becher, died of wounds received in action on the 30th July 1916, William Stewart Becher, Royal Fusiliers, fourth son of the late M. Becher of Ardralla, Skibbereen and dearly loved husband of Annie Becher.”
Anglican Cork records
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Francis Evans Bennett1896, Gegane Manor Rosscarbery8th August 1915Anglican Records Cork
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Major W.BennettAttended Bandon Grammar SchoolDied of wounds January 1918Ian Coombes, History Bandon Grammar School.
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Edward BrookesDurrus22nd March 1918France and Flanders, Pozieres MemorialAthlonePrivateRoyal Munster Fusiliers, 1st BatallionKilled in actionFather Frank Resident Skibbereen, 5441, might be confused with Edward Cullinagh
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BrownDurrus through motherFather RIC Sergeant from Mayo died Mitchelstown mother O'Mahony Ahagoun later had pub in DurrusAustralian forcesTwo brothers also served from Australia
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John BoucherBantry16th August 1917LiverpoolC.S.M.Royal Irish Fusiliers 8th BatallionKilled in actionFormerly 712, Connaught Rangers 16579
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George C Burchill1891Lisheenacreagh, Ballydehob13th April 1918Anglican Cork records
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Clarence James Buttimer1893Dunmanway10th November 1918Anglican Cork records
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William Buttimer1896Derryvreen, Clonakilty30th June 1916Anglican Cork records
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John Cahlane1874Chapel St., Skibbereen31st May 1919HHS 'Indefitagible'Stoker, 1st ClassRNCommorated in Plymouth171257Son of Jeremiah and Mary, wife Hannah, Timothy Collins, Drimoleague alos went down with boat
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Family of Mrs Catherine CarewCastletown BerehavenNapoleonic WarsNapoleonic WarsHer husband and 5 sons lost in WarPetition to Dublin Castle for pension 1821. Letter from Catherine Carew, Castletown Bearhaven, Bantry Bay, County Cork, to Henry Addington, 1st viscount Sidmouth, Secretary of State for the Home Department, 31 August 1821, requesting that he present the enclosed petition of Carew to King George IV. Petition states that she lost her husband and 5 sons in military service during the last war, and requests a small allowance from government for her support.  CSORP1821/1089http://www.csorp.nationalarchives.ie/search/index.php?simpleSearchSbm=true&category=27&searchDescTxt=Bantry&simpleSearchSbm=Search#searchfocus
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Albert E.Carrett1894Attended Bandon Grammar SchoolRoyal Dublin FusileersDied 1916Ian Coombes, History Bandon Grammar School.
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George CarsonDrimoleague7th December 1914France and FlandersKinsalePrivateRoyal Munster Fusiliers. 2nd BatallionKilled in action4835, resident SkibbereenIndexed by surname and place of birth from the The National Archives (PRO) online catalogues at:- http://catalogue.pro.gov.uk/
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George CarsonDrimoleague27th December 1914FrancePrivateRoyal Irish Fusiliers 2nd Batallion4835
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Edward F CarrollBantry15th September 1916FranceIrish Guards 2nd BatallionKilled in action6495
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Andrew Collins1876Corran, Leap6th August 1914Commorated in PlymouthLeading StokerRNHMDS 'Amphion'278171Wife Hannah
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Denis CollinsKinsale Served Battle of Trafalgar with Royal Navy 21st October 1805Died on storm on Spanish bas taken as prize Neptuno off CadizColm Gimblett, Kinsale Historical Journal 2014, Vol 22
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Timothy Collins7th January 1889Drimoleague31st May1916Body not recovered, Plymouth Naval MemorialPetty OfficerRoyal NavyDied as a result of enemy action233609 (Dev), mother Brigid, Counakilla, Drimoleague.
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John ConnollyBantry10th November 1917France and FlandersKinsalePrivateRoyal Irish Fusiliers 2nd BatallionKilled in action5577
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William V Cooper1894RIC Barracks, Glengariff20th October 1917Anglican Cork records
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William de Coursey1888Attended Bandon Grammar SchoolA.S.C., injured 1914, died 1918Ian Coombes, History Bandon Grammar School.
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Denis CreminBantry12th May 1915Ypres on Menin Gate Memorial panel L44KinsaleL/Corporal1st LeinsterKilled in action7954
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John CroninBantry7th October 1915France and FlandersCorkPrivateIrish Guards,2nd BatallionKilled in action7505
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Denis CrowleyBantry9th October 1916SommeClarkenwell, Middx.PrivateXV Corps, Army Cycling CorpsKilled in action7686
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Andrew Cunningham14th April 1888ToormoreEnglandDied in hospital of woundsPlaque in Teampol na mBocht (The Altar) ChurchSon of Michael Cunningham Ellen Roycrofr, emigrated to England buried in graveyad of lost soldiers
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Michael DalyDurrus16th March 1917France and FlandersL/SergeantIrish Guards,2nd BatallionKilled in action8984
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Bantry
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Richard Daly1894Lisheenacreagh, Ballydehob2ns July 1916Anglican Cork records
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Honourable Captai de CourcyKinsaleNorth Cork MilitiaKilled by Insurgents in 1798 at Oulart out of a detachment of 109 only 2 survived
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Richard DonovanBantry27th September 1915Somme, Hangard Communal Cemetery, FrancePrivate1st Batallion Leinster Regiment
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Thomas Donovan1891Toormore30th March 1916Lijssenthoek Military CemetryRoyal Fusileers, 4th BatallionAnglican Cork recordsSon of Thomas and Francis Donovan, Toormore brother of William who also died
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William Thomas Donovan1884Toormore31st May 1916Commorated Plymouyh Naval MemorialBoatswain (Bosun)Royal Navy, HMS 'Invincible'Killed in Action. Battle of Jutland. DrownedAnglican Cork recordsSon of Thomas and Francis Donovan, Toormore brother of Thomas who also died
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Edward DormanKinsaleAged 30 died gallipoli had been married 3 months
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Thomas DormanOf extended Kinsale dorman familyKillled Lens, France WW!
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Thomas DormanKinsaleAged 34 ship torpodoewed HMS Lavander
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Albert Michael DowlingBantryOctober 1917 Cappanabowl. Bantry "
Albert Michael Dowling born 30 December 1888, joined the RIC in July 1907 and was appointed to serve in Co. Clare; later he was selected to serve in the Irish Guards, enlisted 3 November 1915. (from his RIC records) He died on 9 October 1917, almost certainly at the Battle of Poelcappelle (not Cambrai which did not start till 20 November 1917) Poelcappelle is just outside Ieper/Ypres in West Flanders, Belgium. He was buried at Artillery Wood cemetery not far from Ieper."
Killed in ActionAbbey Bantry gravestone insertion by sister Dora
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William DowneyBantry14th February 1915Shanbally, Co. CorkPrivate4th Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians)Killed in action3686
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James DoyleCastletown Bere9th October 1917France and FlandersSapperCorps of Royal EngineersKilled in action14042868th Field Company, R.E. Resident Bantry, another James Doyle Wexford is down as dying on the same day.
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Harold Foster DrakeBantryWW1PrivateBalallion Naval brigadeMemorial Tablet, St. Brendan's Church of Ireland Bantry
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Edward William Draper1908Scart, Bantry1940SignallerIrish GuardsMemorial Tablet, St. Brendan's Church of Ireland Bantry
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Michael Driscoll1871Donovan's Lane, Bantry9th September 1914Buried at seaSeamanHMS Empress of BritainWife, Brigid DriscollDied of disease
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Timothy DriscollCaheragh5th August 1917France and FlandersDublinSergeantRoyal Munster Fusiliers, 1st BatallionDied of wounds8037, Resident KIlbrittain
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William DriscollBantry21st May 1918France and FlandersBrynmawe, BreconLabour Corps (formerly South Wales Borderers)Killed in action46320
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Robert Burnaby Alexander Dukelow1922Durrus1st February 1945Over GermanyFlying Oficer100th Squadron, RAF Volunteer Reserve Grimsby172456, Father Thomas Clashadoo, Sealodge, mother teacher. Wife Rita Marian of Warwickhttps://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=44b1b12bc1&view=att&th=14358f7a7fc56c9e&attid=0.1&disp=inline&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P-hn1CYs5Sfn5RluUcT6EYZ&sadet=1388767728852&sads=X-4ecRrf30t-8lPqtP3gcpbIMLghttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/14358ff8bf1516ea?projector=1
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Dunmanway WW!Died Charles F. L. Bailey, Arthur T. Jones, James C. Atkins, Arthur D. Wilson, William J. Lovekin, Arthur J.D. Anderson, Albert W. Wilson,
Clarence J. Buttimer.
Served: Edward A. S. Anderson, Robert Beamish, John Burchill, Thomas Burchill, Henry Buttimer, Richard Buttimer,
Ernest Clarke, Robert Clarke, Daniel Conner, William Deane, W. J. Percy Evans, William Farrar, Frank Fitzmaurice, Frederick
Gillespie, Herbert Gillman, John T. Harley, George Hornibrook, Henry Hornibrook, William Hornibrook, St. John Jones, William H.
King, John Kingston, George S. Levis, John S. Levis, James T. Levis, John Meara, John Payne, James Phipps, Thomas Richardson,
Robert J. Tamplin, Robert Teed, James Wilson, John Wilson, Richard Wilson, Benjamin Wright, James W. Atkins, Richard Clarke.
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John Evans1777-1809Bandon areaSy=uggesred ge enrolled in T¸D but dropped out if son my be son of REv. Thomas EvansJoined 24th Regiment in Montreal 1796, promoted to CaptainMortally wounded Spain 1809https://books.google.ie/books?id=500oAAAAYAAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=snippet&q=bandon&f=false
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Maurice Evans1919Dunbeacon, Durrus2nd August 1940Lost in SubmarineStoker, 1st classRoyal Navy H.M.SpearfishKilled in actionFather William Verity Evans (RN) Catherine nee McCarthy, Durrushttp://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2467192/EVANS,%20MAURICE%20ALLANhttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#inbox/14358fa5e56618b7?projector=1
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Liutenant Evans FrekeRosscarberyKilled Boer War 1900
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Durrus family, father born Durrus 1826, Death of Captain Alleyn Evanson After his Return from India, 4th Son of Alderman Charles Evanson, Former Mayor of Cork.
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John FitzgerldKinsaleRoyal Field Artllery1916In Denmark Independent and neutral 700 died Ireland a colony 50,000 Irish born died
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John FlynnBandon29th September 1918France and FlandersDrimoleaguePrivatePrince of Wales Regiment (Royal Canadians)Died of woundsResident Drimoleague, 18100 formerly 6446, Connaught RangersBARRETT, TIMOTHY
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Harold Arthur Foster10th January 1893The Temprance Hotel, Kirkconell, Dumphries, Scotlan and 8, Blackrock Terrace, Bantry13th November 1916FranceComisioned Temporary Sub-Liutenant RNVR in France adn posted to Drake BatallionRoyal Naval Volunteer ReserveKilled in action1911 census Balckrock Terrace Bantry 18, C of I Draughtsman single father Horace Foster Barytes Mill ManagerCourtesy Linda Hull
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Edward Gallwey1839Greenpark, SkibbereenUS Fereral Army, Civil WarDied Fort Somter 1863Blackhall on MUnster Gallweys
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John GavinBantry31st July 1917Ypres, West Flanders, Menin Gate MemorialFreshford Co. KilkennyRiflemanKing's Royal Rifle Corps 18th BatallionDied of woundsA/201716
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John GimblettKinsaleRoyal Navy Reserve1918In Denmark Independent and neutral 700 died Ireland a colony 50,000 Irish born diedFamily active mariners
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Henry Caldwell Greene1891Rosscarbery29th April 1918Anglican Cork records
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John griffinKinsaleRoyal Army Service Corps1917In Denmark Independent and neutral 700 died Ireland a colony 50,000 Irish born died
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George A.L.Harbord1894Attended Bandon Grammar SchoolMurraghDied WWI 1916, opening day of Battle of Somme, survived gallopoiBrother Arthur left finl year of medical studies at RCSI to joing Conaught Rangers, 1914 to follow brothers Ralph, George, Cyril. He resumed medical studies finishing 1927.Ian Coombes, History Bandon Grammar School.
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William Hart was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1776 and his widow and son James came back to Bandon, keeping a low profile, as her husband had been fighting the British. Her son became a tailor and they were tailors for a number of generations before becoming timber merchants - there is a lot of info in the various Bandon archives online.
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Denis HarringtonBantry9th September 1916FranceGalwayPrivateRoyal Inniskilling Fusileers, 8th BatallionKilled in action43186, Resident Kerry
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I’m now focusing on my great grandparents Patrick Hayes/Mary McCarthy. I know now that Patrick had a brother John who was killed at sea on HMS Eurydice and there is a memorial to him in Portsmouth Harbour.
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... HennessyClonakiltyDied WW1 pre 1916
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Commander Herrick is in the Commission of the Peace for co. Cork. He married, 8 Sept. 1814, Mary, only daughter of Robt. de la Cour, Esq., of Bear Forest, by whom he has issue four sons and five daughters. Agents – Messrs. Ommanney. William Henry Herrick, born 13 Feb. 1784, is eldest son of the late Thos. Bousfield Herrick, Esq., of Shippool, near Innishannon, co. Cork, by Anne, only daughter of Henry Moore, Esq., of Frankfort House, co. Cork; brother (with the present Lieut. Edw. Herrick, R.N.) of Capt. Henry Moore Herrick, of the 45th Regt., who was killed 1812 at the storming of Badajos; and brother-in-law of the late Capt. Rich. Plummer Davies, R.N. His grand-uncle, Edw. Herrick, Esq., Lieutenant R.N., himself a nephew of the first Sir Riggs Falkiner, Bart., of Anne Mount, co. Cork, was killed on board the Dorsetshire in Sir Edw. Hawkes’ action 20 Sept. 1759
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Patrick HourihanBantry27th September 1916PrivateKIng's Liverpool Regiment, 8th BatallionKilled in action5939
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Cornelius HurleyBantry22nd July 1917FranceBombardierA Royal Garrison ArtilleryDied of wounds233307
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Died 1941Henry HurstBantry, British Navy Surgeon died HMS Hood 1941Nicholas Hurst was in the Somme and went on in 1918 to join the India army. He and his brother Tom both served there till 1947. Henry, another brother, saw service just at the end of 1917 into 18 as a Naval Dr in the Med. He went down with the HMS Hood in 1941.Paternal ancestors coastguard early 19th century later seine owners Bantry vintners property owners, maternal Shannon, Clashadoo, Durrus by marriage Dukelow who married c 1815 into Coughlan fsrm originally post 1600 O'Coughlan/Coughlan Carrigmanus, Goleen
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P.W.L. Hutchinson1920Schull9th November 1945Warrant OfficerRAT, Navigatio, Bomber Wireless1161673Memorial Schull old graveyard wife Paddy, Paul, Marcella, RIP
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Daniel Keane1897Bantry7th August 1917Ypres, West Flanders, Menin Gate MemorialPrivateRoyal Dublin FusileersKilled in action24669, Ward of Patrick Sullivan
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32129 Private/ William Kingston/ royal Munster Fusiliers/ 23rd November 1918/ For ever with the Lord/St. Marys, Dunmanway
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Liutenant William KingstonDroumreagh, Durrus7th Batallion, Royal Irish RiflesBorn 1890 Killed in actiion 1918Mother Margaret awarded £210
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1803-1884Nicholas Dunscombe LaneKings Inns 1823, Middle TempleRichard who is buried in this plot was the eldest son born in 1803. He entered Trinity in 1818 and progressed to the Kings Inns in 1821. He became a Captain and lived at Kilbrogan House on Kilbrogan Hill up to his death in 1884.Abraham Lane who was born in 1773 lived at 2 Devonshire Square (now the Hamilton High School). He was a Burgess of Cork and Sheriff of Cork in 1798. Abraham married Elizabeth Parker Dunscombe at Carrigrohane in Cork in October 1800. Elizabeth was the daughter of Nicholas Dunscombe of Mount Desert. Nicholas Dunscombe Esq was born in 1741 and married in 1764 Mary, only child and heiress of Thomas Parker Esq of Inchigagin, Co Cork. Elizabeth had at least seven brothers, George (son and heir), Robert Parker who assumed the name of Parker upon succeeding to his mother's property of Inchigagin, William, Thomas, Nicholas, Rowland and Parker and was the youngest of three daughters namely Mary who died in July 1827, Penelope who died in 1816 and Elizabegther who is buried here. The first of the Dunscombes to settle in Ireland was Edward Dunscombe Esq of Saint Finbarres in the City of Cork who went over in 1596.Nicholas had also been a high sheriff of Cork in 1765. Abraham and Elizabeth lived for some time in Dublin before retiring to Bandon. They moved to live at 2 Devonshire Square in 1831 following the Naylor Rogers family (See headstone 4 in this graveyard).Richard who is buried in this plot was the eldest son born in 1803. He entered Trinity in 1818 and progressed to the Kings Inns in 1821. He became a Captain and lived at Kilbrogan House on Kilbrogan Hill up to his death in 1884.Their second son was Nicholas Dunscombe Lane who was born in 1805. He also studied at Trinity (1822) and at the Middle Temple in 1823. Ensign Nicholas became a Lieutenant in the army in 1833 by purchase. He practised as a barrister in Liverpool and died there on 30th May 1847 having married Emma Grace Evans. Some of his descendants now live in Australia.Their third son was Abraham B. Lane also buried in this plot. He was born in 1807. He entered the Kings Inn in 1823.
Both the Dunscombes and Lanes were Unitarians
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1803-1884Richard LaneKings Inns 1821Richard who is buried in this plot was the eldest son born in 1803. He entered Trinity in 1818 and progressed to the Kings Inns in 1821. He became a Captain and lived at Kilbrogan House on Kilbrogan Hill up to his death in 1884.Abraham Lane who was born in 1773 lived at 2 Devonshire Square (now the Hamilton High School). He was a Burgess of Cork and Sheriff of Cork in 1798. Abraham married Elizabeth Parker Dunscombe at Carrigrohane in Cork in October 1800. Elizabeth was the daughter of Nicholas Dunscombe of Mount Desert. Nicholas Dunscombe Esq was born in 1741 and married in 1764 Mary, only child and heiress of Thomas Parker Esq of Inchigagin, Co Cork. Elizabeth had at least seven brothers, George (son and heir), Robert Parker who assumed the name of Parker upon succeeding to his mother's property of Inchigagin, William, Thomas, Nicholas, Rowland and Parker and was the youngest of three daughters namely Mary who died in July 1827, Penelope who died in 1816 and Elizabegther who is buried here. The first of the Dunscombes to settle in Ireland was Edward Dunscombe Esq of Saint Finbarres in the City of Cork who went over in 1596.Nicholas had also been a high sheriff of Cork in 1765. Abraham and Elizabeth lived for some time in Dublin before retiring to Bandon. They moved to live at 2 Devonshire Square in 1831 following the Naylor Rogers family (See headstone 4 in this graveyard).Richard who is buried in this plot was the eldest son born in 1803. He entered Trinity in 1818 and progressed to the Kings Inns in 1821. He became a Captain and lived at Kilbrogan House on Kilbrogan Hill up to his death in 1884.Their second son was Nicholas Dunscombe Lane who was born in 1805. He also studied at Trinity (1822) and at the Middle Temple in 1823. Ensign Nicholas became a Lieutenant in the army in 1833 by purchase. He practised as a barrister in Liverpool and died there on 30th May 1847 having married Emma Grace Evans. Some of his descendants now live in Australia.Their third son was Abraham B. Lane also buried in this plot. He was born in 1807. He entered the Kings Inn in 1823.
Both the Dunscombes and Lanes were Unitarians
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Daniel LearyBantry27th February 1916France and FlandersKinsaleLance CorporalRoyal Munster Fusileers, 2nd BatallionKilled in action8810
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Rev. George Alexander LevisBandon only son of Thomas and DorothyKilled 1942 Monto Camino ItalyTablet Christ Church, North Main St., Bandon
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CSO/RP/1826/2165. Letter from Lieut Coakley Lewis, 5th [Garrison] Battalion, Skibbereen, [County Cork], to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, concerning his application to be appointed a chief constable of police. Noting that his father was elevated to the peerage for his services in combating the French who arrived in Bantry Bay in 1796 and that his brother lost his life in the West Indies. Adding that he served in the West Indies for a number of years but returned owing to ill health.
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James LynchBantry7th August 1915GalipoliPrivate6th Royal Irish Fusileers13035
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Jeremiah LynchCastletown berehaven15th October 1917Body not recovered, Memorial PlymouthChief Petty OfficerMHS WhiteheadLost at Sea168671, son of Daniel and Margaret, Berehaven, wife Annie Lynch (nee Harrington) 18, Ranelagh Rd., Marine Town, Sheerness, Kent.
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John Lynch1891Bantry18th September 1918New YorkPrivate21 Rct Co Geb serv Infantry 1 Rct Det 58 Brig Co H 115 InfantryDied of wounds369787, overseas servive from June 11918, resident741 Greenwich St., NY sister Miss Ellen F. Lynch, 148 Waterman St, Providence R.I. notified of death
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Samuel LyonsBantry21st August 1915GalipoliPrivateRoyal Munster Fusiliers, 1st BatallionKilled in action5773
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James Gallwey14th September 1779Skibbereen, father James MerchantCertificate as officer 1802Royal NavyBlackhall on Munster Gallweys
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John Cornick HawkesCastletownbere31st October 1915
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In this Silent Ab/ Ode are Deposited/ The Remains of Ensign/ Henry Hs. Holmes 36 Reg/ who at the
Memorable/ Battle of Tollouse/ Lost his right Leg and/ Departed this life/ the 15th of Der 1827/ in his 38th
year
DunmanwayMemorial St. Marys Dunmanway
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George Hosford1891SkibbereenNovember 1919
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Timothy Hourihane28th Otober 1878Caheragh6th August 1914Body not recovered, Memorial PlymouthAble SeamanRoyal Navy HMS AmphionKilled in actionMother Mary, 183389
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Henry Hurstc1895The Square, Bantry24th May 1941Lost HMS HoodCommander SurgeonRoyal MarinesDenmanrk Straights, loss of HMS HoodHurst (Henry) 1895-1941
L.R.C.P & S.I, 1917
Surgeon Commander, Royal Marines
5 obituaries
2 manuscript notes

Father publican and busisnessman, family later acquired Beach house formerly home of Surgeon Bird, also RNhttps://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=wm#search/surgeons/13ee54dedf922f5f?projector=1Memorial Tablet, St. Brendan's Church of Ireland Bantry