Tag Archive: Dublin casualties World War One

Aug 29

“Poor Tommy worked on the Railway” : The London and North Western Railway, North Wall and the Great War

LNWR Hotel 1886

Along North Wall Quay, situated between the modern developments at Spencer Dock and the shell of what was to be the Anglo-Irish Bank HQ are two somewhat incongruous red brick buildings. These are the former Hotel and Railway Station of the London and North Western Railway Company, an employer of over 90,000 men and women …

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Aug 08

PADDY BYRNE, a local man who died at Suvla Bay 1915

1915 - 7th Battalion Royal DublinFusiliers leave the Royal Barracks ( Now Collins Barracks)

Paddy Byrne was born in Naas in 1872. On the 7th of June 1903 he married Isabella Carrick in the Church of St Laurence O’Toole Seville Place and they had one child together, Ellen (Nelly – born 29th June 1904). They first lived first at no 2 Tenter’s Row and later moved to Hawthorn Avenue. …

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