Kerry’s World War I Dead T

TANGNEY, PATRICK.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Fusiliers. Unit: 1st Garrison Battalion. Date of Death: 12-March-1920. Service No: G/471 Grave or Memorial Reference: In North-East part. Tralee (Ratass) Cemetery, County Kerry.

 

TAYLOR, GEORGE WALTER.
Rank: Pte. Regiment or Service: Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Unit; 2nd Battalion.
Date of Death:07-November-1914.
Service No:10471.  Born in Killarney, County Kerry. Enlisted in Guildford while living in Killarney. Killed in Action. Grave or Memorial Reference: He has no known grave but is listed on Panel 5 on the Ploegsteert Memorial in Belgium.

 

TEAHAN(CWGC) TEAHEN(SDGW),  JAMES.
Rank: Rifleman. Regiment or Service: London Regiment (City of London Rifles). Unit: 2nd/6th Battalion.
Age at death: 21. Date of Death: 30-September-1917. Service No: 321758. Enlisted in London while living in Forest Gate, Essex. Died of wounds. Grave
Supplementary information: Son of John and Catherine Teahan, of Co. Kerry. Grave or Memorial Reference: VI. C. 12. Cemetery: Mendinghem Military Cemetery in Belgium.

 

TEAHEN, HENRY.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Marine Light Infantry. Unit: Chatham Div.
Age at death: 21. Date of Death: 01-March-1919. Service No: CH/22323.
Supplementary information: Son of John and Catherine Teahen, of 78, Capel Rd., Forest Gate, Essex. Born in Co. Kerry. or Memorial Reference: Naval. R.C. 7. 345. Cemetery: Gillingham (Woodlands) Cemetery in Kent.

 

TEAHEN. J.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Regiment. Unit: 3rd Battalion.
Age at death: 59. Date of Death: 15-December-1918. Service No: 9526.
Supplementary information: Son of Patrick and Catherine Teahen, of Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry. This man is only in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database. Grave or Memorial Reference: A. 59. Cemetery: Tidworth Military Cemetery, UK.

 

THOMAS, FREDERICK CHARLES.
Rank: Pte. Regiment or Service: Northamptonshire Regiment. Unit; 2nd Battalion.
Date of Death:14-March-1915. Service No:9488.  Born in Killarney, County Kerry. Enlisted in Northampton. Killed in Action. Grave or Memorial Reference: He has no known grave but is listed on Panels 28 to 30 on the Le Touret Memorial in France.

 

THOMPSON. JAMES.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Canadian Infantry (Quebec Regiment). Unit: 42nd Battalion.
Age at death: 22. Date of Death: 24-March-1917. Service No: 841322.
Next of kin listed as (brother), William Thompson, West End, Mallow, County Cork, Ireland. Address on enlistment, TPT, 505 Sherbrocke Street, West Montreal. Place of birth, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. Date of birth,17-March-1896. Occupation on enlistment, farmer. Place and date of enlistment, 31-January-1915. Montreal. Height, 5 feet, 7 ¾  inches. Complexion, fair. Eyes, grey. Hair, brown. Supplementary information: Son of John and Ellen Thompson, of Rockfield House, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Grave or Memorial Reference: IV. G. 18. Cemetery: Ecoivres Military Cemetery Mont-St. Eloi in France.

THOMPSON, THOMAS. 
Rank:Guardsman. Regiment or Service: Scots Guards. Unit; 2nd Battalion.
Date of Death:12-March-1915. Service No:5690. 
Born in Kerry, County Kerry. Enlisted in Preston, Lancs. Killed in Action. From
De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour;- Enlisted 14-November-1914. Grave or Memorial Reference: He has no known grave but is listed on Panel 3 and 4 on the Le Touret Memorial in France.

 

TRACEY, CHARLES TIMOTHY. 
Rank: Drummer.  Regiment or Service: Lincolnshire Regiment.  Unit; 2nd Battalion.
Date of Death:16-March-1915. Age at Death,37. Service No:7692.  Born in Tralee. Enlisted in Tidworth, Hants while living in Southsea, Hants.  Died of wounds.
Supplementary information; Son of Amelia Jane Meek (formerly Tracey), of 23, Norman Rd., Southsea, Portsmouth, and the late Peter Tracey (Col. Serjt. Royal Munster Fusiliers). Served in the Sudan Campaign. Grave or Memorial Reference: III.D.16. Cemetery: Boulogne Eastern Cemetery in France.

 

TRAVERS, JAMES.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Unit: 2nd Battalion.
Age at death: 21. Date of Death: 15-September-1916. Service No: 8/4233. Supplementary information: Son of James and Norah Travers, of Cordal, Castleisland, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Enlisted Feb. 1916. Occupation on enlistment, draper. Next of kin, (father), James Travers, Castle Island, County Kerry, Ireland. Embarked for the front with 11th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company on 01-April-1916 from Wellington, New Zealand on board the ‘Maunganui’ or ‘Tahiti’ bound for Suez, Egypt. Killed in action on the Somme.Grave or Memorial Reference: XV. H. 33. Cemetery: Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, France.

 

TRAVERS, PATRICK. 
Rank: Pte.  Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Regiment. Unit; 1st Battalion also listed as Depot.
Date of Death:23-December-1916. Service No:11370.  Born in St John’s, Tralee, County Kerry. Enlisted in Limerick while living in Tralee, County Kerry. Died at home. Grave or Memorial Reference: 4. DA. 117.Cemetery, Clonmel, St Patricks Cemetery. County Tipperary.

 

TRAYNOR. WILLIAM.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Munster Fusiliers. Unit: 1st Battalion.
Age at death: 24. Date of Death: 29-March-1918. Service No: 1222. Born in Dublin. Enlisted in Tralee. Died of wounds.
Supplementary information: Husband of Catherine Traynor, of Charles St., Listowel, Co. Kerry. Grave or Memorial Reference: XXXIII. A. 8. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery in France.

 

TRIMBY. T.
Rank: Major (Qmr). Regiment or Service: Royal Munster Fusiliers.
Date of Death: 19-June-1916. Supplementary information: Husband of E. Trimby, of Rathbane Cottage, Limerick. Grave or Memorial Reference: West side of Prot. plot. Cemetery: Tralee New Cemetery, County Kerry.

 

TUOHY, JAMES JOSEPH.
Rank: Corporal/ Acting Corporal. Regiment or Service: Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Unit: "A" Coy. 7th Battalion.
Age at death: 28. Date of Death: 22-August-1917. Service No: 43213.
Supplementary information: Son of Edward D. and Johanna Tuohy, of Gurtalassa, Kenmare, Co. Kerry. Born in Kenmare, County Kerry. Enlisted in Belfast while living in Kenmare, County Kerry. Died of wounds. Formerly he was with the Connuaght Rangers where his number was 6/4659. Grave or Memorial Reference: XVII. K. 6. Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery in Belgium.

 

TUOHY, PATRICK.
Rank: Private (Acting Sergeant). Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Regiment. Unit: 2nd Garrison Battalion.
Date of Death: 16-June-1916. Service No: 1221. Born in Kenmare, County Kerry. Enlisted in Cork. Died at home. Formerly he was with the Royal Munster Fusiliers where his number was 732.
Supplementary information: Husband of M. Tuohy of 15, St. Finbarr's Place, Cork. Alternative Commemoration - buried in Kenmare (Old)Burial Grounds, Co. Kerry. Grave or Memorial Reference: Panel 5 (Screen Wall), Grangegorman Memorial in Dublin.

 

TWOMEY, DANIEL.
Rank: Private. Regiment or Service: Royal Irish Regiment. Unit: 2nd Battalion.
Age at death: 22. Date of Death: 03-September-1916. Service No: 11636. Supplementary information: Son of Mrs. Julia Twomey, of 28, Abbey St., Tralee, Co. Kerry. Born in Tralee, County Kerry. Enlisted in Tralee.  Killed in Action. Formerly he was with the Royal Munster Fusiliers where his number was 9446. Grave or Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 3 A. He has no known grave but is listed on the Thiepval Memorial in France.

 

TWOMEY, MICHAEL.
Rank: Sergeant. Regiment or Service: Royal Munster Fusiliers. Unit: Depot.
Age at death: 50. Date of Death: 05-March-1918. Service No: 5052. Born St Patrick’s, Cork. Enlisted in Cork while living in Cork. Died at home.
Supplementary information: Husband of Mrs. Twomey, of 72, Great William O'Brien St., Cork. Grave or Memorial Reference: Middle of right section. Cemetery: Tralee Military Cemetery, County Kerry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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