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St Nicholas Collegiate Church, Galway


Galway-St-Nicholas-Collegiate-2 ROLL OF HONOUR 1914

CECIL CRAMPTON HOLMES, Captain 1st Battn. The Lincolnshire Regt., son of Captain Harry W. Holmes, Rockwood, Galway. Died 26th Aug. 1914 from wounds received near Mons 24th Aug. 1914, and buried in Frameries Cemetery, aged 26 years.

RICHARD CROFTON GEORGE MOORE KINKEAD, M.B., R.U.I., Captain in R.A.M.C., attached The 10th Royal Hussars, son of Professor and Mrs. E. Kinkead, Galway. Killed near Klein Zillebeke, Flanders, 30th Oct. 1914, and buried in Ypres Cemetery, aged 31 years.

HON. JOHN BERESFORD CAMPBELL, D.S.O., D.L., Captain The Coldstream Guards, eldest son of Lord Stratheden & Campbell. Killed at Cuinchy 25th Jan. 1915, aged 49 years.

CHARLES COY, The Grenadier Guards, son of Hugh Coy, Galway, killed in France 10th March 1915, aged 24 years.

CECIL de BURGH PERSSE, 2nd Lieut. The 7th Dragoon Guards, attached The Irish Guards, son of the late Henry S. Persse, Glenarde Galway. Died in Netley Hospital 19th July 1915, from wounds received at Festubert 18th May 1915, aged 40 years.


Galway-St-Nicholas-Collegiate-3 ROLL OF HONOUR 1916

GEORGE JONES, son of the late George Jones, Galway. Killed in action in German E. Africa 12th Feb. 1916, aged 39 years.

EDWARD FLEETWOOD BERRY, M.C., Captain & Adjutant the 9th Gurkha Rifles, only child of the Rector of this Parish. Killed at Bait Aiesa, Mesopotamia, 17th April 1916, aged 27 years.

JOSEPH T. BARNETT, L'ce-Corpl. 8th Batt. the R. I. Fusiliers, son of Joseph Barnett, Galway. Killed near Hulluch, France, 27th April 1916, aged 18 years.

HUBERT PATRICK FISHER, 2nd Lieut, The Shropshire Light Infantry, attached The Gloucester Regt., son of Harry D. Fisher, Galway. Killed in the Battle of the Somme 9th July 1916, aged 21 years.

DONALD CAMPBELL, Lieut. The Coldstream Guards eldest son of Capt. The Hon. John B. Campbell, D.S.O., D., Moycullen House. Killed at Ypres, 19th July 1916, aged 20 years.

ALEXANDER YOUNG, V.C., Captain The South African Scottish, son of the late William Young, Ballinamana, Oranmore. Killed at Delville wood, France, 19th Oct. 1916, aged 43 years.


Galway-St-Nicholas-Collegiate-4 ROLL OF HONOUR 1917-1918

TOM COY, Leading Telegraphist R.N., son of Hugh Coy, Galway. Lost on Submarine E49 12th March 1917, aged 24 years.

JAMES RYAN, Royal Engineers, son of the late William Ryan, Galway. Killed in action 6th May 1917, aged 33 years.

EDMOND CONCANON HOLMES, Lieut. R.N., H.M.S. Astræa,eldest son of Capt. Harry W. Holmes, Rockwood, Galway. Died Cape of Good Hope, 11th Oct. 1918, aged 32 years.

GEORGE McCORMACK, Lieut. The Tank Corps, son of the late William McCormack, Galway. Died in Hospital at Bovington Camp, Wareham 28th Oct. 1918, aged 25 years.


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Original images Patrick Hugh Lynch.


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