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  Hackett, Henry Robert Theodore, 19, 2nd November 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Second Lieutenant, Youngest son of the Rev. H. M. M. Hackett, Vicar of St. Peter'S, Belsize Park, London, and of Anna Jane Hackett. AZMAK CEMETERY, SUVLA, II. G. 1.


  Hackett, James, 23rd April 1917, Royal Army Medical Corps attd.1st Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment, 2051, Corporal, M M, ARRAS MEMORIAL, Bay 10.


Hackett, William, 9th September 1916, 6th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 9806, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 3 A.






Haigh, John Caleb, 28, 2nd October 1918, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 3rd Bn. attd. 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, Second Lieutenant, Son of Mrs Haigh and the late J. Haigh, of Kilmeaden, Waterford; husband of Elsie Haigh, of 40, Ormiston Rd., Greenwich, London. DADIZEELE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, V. B. 1




  Hales, William, 24, 10th November 1918, 19th Bn. Canadian Infantry, 124753, Private, Son of William and Bridget Hales, of Brown St., Portlaw, Co. Waterford, Ireland, MONS (BERGEN) COMMUNAL CEMETERY, X. A. 41.

Hally, John, 26, 13th November 1916, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Hawke Bn. R.N. Div., Tyneside Z/1176, Able Seaman, Son of Patrick and Margaret Hally, of Fairbrook, Kilmeaden, Co. Waterford. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 1 A.





  Halpin, Patrick, 9th March 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10336, Private, LILLE SOUTHERN CEMETERY, III. A. 27.


Halpin, William, 35, 25th August 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 16203, Private, Brother of James Halpin, of 8, Buttermilk Lane, Waterford., LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY, IX. D. 1A.





  Halstead, Henry Normaan Peter Robert, 30, 5th March 1943, 7 Coast Regt. Royal Artillery, 113037, Captain, Son of George Henry and Nellie Edith Halsted, of Havant, Hampshire; husband of Marjorie Mary Halsted, of Tallow, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. SINGAPORE MEMORIAL, Column 2.


  Hamilton, Henry Edward Redmond, 19th May 1917, 3rd Bn. Canadian Railway Troops, Captain, VILLERS STATION CEMETERY, VILLERS-AU-BOIS, X. B. 2.


  Hanan, George Richard, 39, 13th November 1916, "A" Coy. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 25223, Private, "A" Coy. 10th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, Son of the Ven. Archdeacon Denis Hanan, D.D. and Mrs. Louisa Hanan. Formerly served in Ceylon Planters' Rifle Corps, ANCRE BRITISH CEMETERY, BEAUMONT-HAMEL, IV. A. 9.


SS Mill Hill Hanlon, Philip, 31, 30th August 1940, Merchant Navy, S.S. Mill Hill (Newcastle-on-Tyne), Son of Charles and Mary Hanlon; husband of Johanna Hanlon, of Cheek Point, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, Panel 70.




  Hannan, John, 28, 3rd May 1916, 6th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6/2270, Private, Son of Patrick and Bridget Hannan, of Youghal Rd., Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, DUD CORNER CEMETERY, LOOS, I. H. 5.


Hannigan, John, 12th December 1916, 16th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F., 67, Private, FREMANTLE CEMETERY, R.C. CC. 613.





  Hannigan, Patrick, 24, 3rd November 1914, 2nd Bn. Connaught Rangers, 9095, Serjeant, Son of James and Bridget Hannigan, of 11, Spring Gardens Alley, Waterford, Ireland, YPRES TOWN CEMETERY EXTENSIONII. A. 29


  Hannigan, Robert, 18th July 1916, 14th Bty. 4th Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 5652, Gunner, Husband of Annie Hannigan, of Town Wall, Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary, AMARA WAR CEMETERY. VII. C. 7.


Hanrahan, J, 2nd July 1920, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 49045, Private, BALLYNANEASHAGH (ST. OTTERAN'S) CATHOLIC CEMETERY, F. A. 16.







SS Creemuir Hanrahan, Thomas, 47, 11th November 1940, Merchant Navy, S.S. Creemuir (Newcastle-on-Tyne), Son of Thomas and Bridget Hanrahan, of Waterford, Irish Republic. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, Panel 33.




Hare, Herbert Patrick, 39, 8th August 1916, 3rd Bde. Australian Field Artillery, Lieutenant, Son of Henry and Maria Hare; husband of E. Gladys Hare, of 14, Upper Arthur St., Hobart, Tasmania. Native of Hobart, Tasmania. PUCHEVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY, I. B. 60.

                                       

Born Waterford Ireland the son of Henry and Maria Hare (nee Timbs) a Methodist Minister married he enlisted Mt Morgan Queensland and left Australia on board the “Rangitara” for Gallipoli.
Lt Hare died 8th August 1916 at the 3rd Casualty Clearing Station France after his right arm was shattered and was buried in the Puchevillers British Cemetery.
DIED OF WOUNDS.
Lieutenant (Rev) H. P. Hare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hare, of Augustus Terrace, West Hobart, died of wounds in France on the 6th inst. Lieutenant Hare was a Methodist minister at Mt Morgan Queensland when the war broke out and a chaplain in the Commonwealth forces. He immediately offered his services as chaplain for service abroad, but not being accepted obtained leave from his church and enlisted as a private. He went all through the Gallipoli campaign with the artillery, and rose by successive steps to be lieutenant. One brother was twice wounded at Gallipoli and after participating in the hardest of the fighting was invalided home and discharged, and now occupies a position of area officer at Burnie. Another brother is in the fighting line in France. At the commencement of his ministerial career Lieutenant Hare was in charge of the Methodist Church at Woodbridge, Tasmania......from Gravesites of Tasmania.

Harney, James, 28, 11th April 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Gretaston" (Glasgow), Able Seaman, Son of Michael and Bridget Harney; husband of Mary Ann Dooley (formerly Harney, nee Sheridan), of 15, Earle Place, Cardiff. Born at Passage East, Co. Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL



  Harney, John, 31, 23rd March 1918, 156th Field Coy. Royal Engineers, 359688, Sapper, Mentioned in Despatches, Husband of the late Ellen Harney (nee Nolan), of Crobally, Tramore, Co. Waterford, ROYE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, I. E. 13


Harrington, John, 41, 9th May 1915, 2nd Bn. YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, 7131, Corporal, Son of Michael Harrington, of Ballybrucken, Waterford; husband of Mary Harrington, of 12, Harrington's Lane, Waterford, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.






  Harris, James, 38, 18th May 1915, 1st Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 12670, Private, Husband of Ellen Harris, of 2, Walters Place, Hyde St., Hulme, Manchester. Born Dungarvan, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panels 6 to 8.


  Harrison, Edward Archer, 43, 5th October 1943, Royal Armoured Corps, North Irish Horse, 7897583, Corporal, Son of William Arnold Harrison and Alice Harrison; husband of Elizabeth Jane Harrison, of Dunmore East, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. BONE WAR CEMETERY, ANNABA, I. C. 3.


Harrison, John F, 25, 9th September 1916, 7th Bn. Leinster Regiment, 2760, Serjeant, Son of John and Margaret Harrison, of 24, Ballybricken, Waterford, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 16







Plymouth Naval Memorial Hart,  John, 40, 3rd February 1915, Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S. "Clan McNaughton.", 1383D, Seaman, Son of Patrick and Margaret Hart, of Tramore; husband of Nellie Hart, of Patrick St., Tramore, Waterford. PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, 8.

SS Clan McNaughton

Hart, Patrick, 17th July 1917, 7th/8th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 16536, Private, VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, V. A. 29.






  Harte, James, 36, 4th February 1918, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Treveal" (St. Ives), Fireman and Trimmer, Son of Elizabeth Harte, of 2, Smith's Place, Waterford, and the late William Harte. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL



  Hartery, John, 57, 14th February 1942, Royal Army Medical Corps, 7249743, Serjeant, Son of William and Nancy Hartery, of Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. KRANJI WAR CEMETERY, Sp. Mem. 11. C. 6.


  Hartery, Michael, 23, 5th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7963, Private, Son of Edward and Margaret Hartery, of 11, Convent Hill, Waterford, DANTZIG ALLEY BRITISH CEMETERY, MAMETZ. IV. H. 8.


  Hartley, James (John) S, 44, 18th February 1915, 1st Bn. Welsh Regiment, 1998, Private, Son of Edward and Ellen Hardey, of Ireland, RAMPARTS CEMETERY, LILLE GATE, C. 13.


SS Queen Hartley, Nicholas, 51, 28th June 1918, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Queen" (London), Boatswain, Son of the late Edward and Ellen Hartley; husband of Margaret Hartley (nee Moloney), of 62, Mayors Walk, Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Hartley, Patrick, 22nd May 1917, "B" Bty. 54th Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 76903, Gunner, STRUMA MILITARY CEMETERY, VII. D. 3.


  Hartley, Sean E, 17th June 1921, IRA, Captain, Died at Coolbawn, Castlecomer.From Slieverue Co Kilkenny.


Harty, John, 7th February 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4053, Private, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.







  Harvey, Philip, 23, 17th April 1943, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, 263 Squadron, 102571, Flying Officer, DFC, Son of the Right Revd. Thomas Arnold Harvey, D.D., Lord Bishop of Cashel, and Isabel Harvey, of Bishopsgrove, Waterford, Republic of Ireland; husband of Patricia Harvey (nee Watt), of Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. B., RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Panel 125


  Hasker, Edward, 48, 16th October 1915, "A" Coy. 11th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment, 3677, Company Quartermaster Serjeant, Husband of Margaret Taylor (formerly Hasker), of Ballymacan, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE (ST. ANDREW'S AND JESMOND), E C. 414.


Hassey, James, 31, 1st March 1917, 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers formerly (9824) Royal Irish Regiment, 43118, of Patrick Hassey; husband of Johanna Hassey, of 7, Upper Yellow Rd., Waterford, HONNECHY BRITISH CEMETERY, I. B. 24.






Havens, Oliver, 39, 27th October 1918, 3rd Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), G/26056, Private, Husband of A. Havens, of 9, Manson Place, Queen's Gate, London, TEMPLEMICHAEL CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, Right of Church from entrance


Hayden, Edward, 9th September 1916, 6th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 5274, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 3 A.






  Hayden, Percy, 24th September 1916, 10th Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 40102, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 4 D


SS Lough Fisher Hayden, William, 17, 30th March 1918, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Lough Fisher" (Barrow), Able Seaman, Son of Patrick and Mary Hayden (nee McDonnell), of 35, Upper Ferrybank, Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Hayes, John, 25, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow), Cattleman, Son of James and Mary Hayes, of Lismore, Kilmeaden Rd., Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL

Hayes, John, 20, 8th May 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 9789, Son of Mrs. Johanna Hayes, of Rivers Annacothy, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick, HELLES MEMORIAL, Panel 185 to 190.

 

  Hayes, Patrick, 25th September 1915, 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers, 19555, Private, ADDOLORATA CEMETERY, E. EA. A. 665.


Hayes, Thomas, 19, 8th May 1915, 2nd Bn, Royal Irish Regiment, 6353, Private, Son of Michael and Annie Hayes, of 25, Costelloe's Lane, Yellow Rd., Waterford, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.







Hayes, Timothy, 36, 28th August 1918, 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 8076, Private, Son of William and Julia Hayes, of 5, Baileys New St., Waterford. ST. MARTIN CALVAIRE BRITISH CEMETERY, ST. MARTIN-SUR-COJEUL, II. A. 30.






  Healy, John J, 25, 18th May 1915, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, 4852, Private, Son of Mrs. Kate Healy, of Gracedieu East, Waterford. LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 4.


  Healy, Maurice M, 25, 8th May 1918, Royal Field Artillery, "D" Bty. 122nd Bde., W2151, (Served as SHEEHEN). Son of Patrick and Johanna Healy, of Charlesville, Co. Cork, POPERINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, II. L, 4.


Michael Healy Healy, Michael, 35, 2nd March 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 5130, Serjeant, Son of Mrs. Annie Healy, of Ballinamuck, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. A M, D C M, M M and Bar, BRAY MILITARY CEMETERY, II. B. 53.

A War Office letter (68/Albert/109/A.G.10) records the following:-"On 1st March, 1917, this non-commissioned officer, with a total disregard for his own personal safety and solely prompted by the desire to save his comrades, rushed to pick up a live bomb which had been thrown by a Private and which struck the parapet and rolled back into the trench near Lieutenant Roe and the Private. Sergeant Healy, fearing the party could not escape in time, made a most gallant attempt to seize and hurl the bomb from the trench. It exploded, however, and mortally wounded him. This was the last of Sergeant Healy's many acts of gallantry and devotion to duty. He was previously awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal and the Military Medal and later a bar to his Military Medal."


SS Penvearn Hearn, John, 20, 1st March 1918, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Penvearn" (Falmouth), Ordinary Seaman, Son of John and Margaret Hearn, of Passage East, Co. Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




Hearne, George Henry, 19, 28th October 1917, 258th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 139812, Gunner, Son of James Hearne, of R/5, Barrack St., Waterford. WHITE HOUSE CEMETERY, ST. JEAN-LES-YPRES, III. M. 1.






  Hearne, James, 27th March 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 9061, Private, PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL, Panel 4.


Informal will Hearne, John, 28th June 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7549, Private, CITADEL NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, FRICOURT, II. B. 1.


Will                              Document                              Document



Hearne, John, 25th April 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6464, Private, POPERINGHE OLD MILITARY CEMETERY, II. K. 25.






  Henley, Peter, 25th October 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 8630, Rifleman, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 15 A and 15 B.


Hennessey, Arthur, 22, 8th February 1941, 15th Bn. Welch Regiment, 3967273, Private, Son of James and Annie Hennessy, of Waterford, BALLYGUNNER (ST. MARY) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, Grave 15/3/12.





Hennessy, John, 29, 10th November 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 7099, Private, Son of Patrick and Mary Hennessy, of 32, Morrison's Rd., Waterford, TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Panel 143 to 144.




  Hennessy, Michael, 23, 3rd February 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 5801, Private, Son of Michael and Catherine Hennessy, of 5, Gas House Lane, Waterford, NETLEY MILITARY CEMETERY, R.C. 828.


  Hennessy, Michael, 22nd September 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10502, LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE MEMORIAL


SS Lough Fisher Hennessy, Michael, 20, 30th March 1918, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Lough Fisher" (Barrow) , Able Seaman, Son of John and Margaret Hennessy (nee McNamara), of 7, Thomas Hill, Waterford. Born at Waterford, TOWER HILL MEMORIAL



Hennessy, Patrick, 42, 17th February 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 365, Private, Son of James and Margaret Hennessy, of Co. Kilkenny; husband of Bridget Hennessy, of Ballyduff S.O., Co. Waterford. ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY, XXI. G. 12.





SS Coningbeg Hennessy, Patrick, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Son of the late Thomas and Agnes Hennessy; husband of Mary Hennessy (nee Kough), of 28, St. Alphonsus Rd., Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




Herlihy, Patrick, 35, 14th February 1915, "B" Coy. 1st Bn. Leinster Regiment, 7024, Corporal, Son of Mrs. Mary Herlihy, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 44.






HMS Eaglet, Shore establishment Heron, M, 9th February 1920, Mercantile Marine Reserve, H.H.S. "Eaglet" (Shore establishment), CROOKE OLD GRAVEYARD, West of entrance.




  Hickey, Edward, 27, 26th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 4/9763, Private, Son of Ellen and the late Serjt. John Hickey, of Tipperary; husband of Bridget Hickey, of 12, Portugal St., Glasgow. ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, A. 38. 1.


  Hickey, Michael, 19th March 1921, Royal Irish Constabulary, Clonkoskeran, Dungarvan, Serjeant, Death  by IRA firing squad, The Burgery Ambush.


Hickey, Patrick j, 24, 11th March 1917, 187th Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 40551, Gunner, Son of Patrick and Mary Hickey, of Upper Bishopstown, LISMORE OLD CATHOLIC CEMETERY Lismore, Near South-East corner.


Photo © Jerry McCarthy



Hickey, Patrick, 8th September 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 8495, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 16 C.





Higgins, John, 35, 7th June 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4931, Private, Son of Sarah Higgins, of 2, Evis Lane, Waterford, and the late Michael Higgins; husband of Margaret Higgins, of 28, Peter St., Waterford, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.






Hines, William John, 24, 22nd October 1914, 3rd Bn. Coldstream Guards, 6639, Lance Corporal, Son of Mrs. Mary Ann Martin, of Mill Terrace, Joy's Green, Harleston, Norfolk. Born Waterford, POPERINGE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, II. A. 1.






  Hodges, Eric Colpoys, 18, 15th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, Second Lieutenant, Son of the Rev. Richard J. Hodges, M.A. and Mrs. M. J. Hodges, of Youghal, Co. Cork. HEILLY STATION CEMETERY, MERICOURT-L'ABBE, I. E. 13.

Hogan, Frank, 15th September 1916, 2nd Bn. Irish Guards, 7269, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 7 D.






Plymouth Naval Memorial Hogan, Joseph, 21, 31st May 1916, Royal Navy, H.M.S. "Defence.", K/29031, Stoker 2nd Class, Son of Michael and Mary Hogan, of Knock, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, 16.

HMS Defence

Hogan, Michael, 23, 4th September 1917, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, 11090, Private, Son of Mrs. Mary Hogan, of Carrick Rd., Portlaw, Co. Waterford, ARTILLERY WOOD CEMETERY, IV. F. 6.





HMS Endymion Hogan, Patrick, 30th July 1918, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Endymion, 290394, Chief Stoker, Son of John Hogan, of Longueville; Ballinoe, Tallon, Co. Waterford. MIKRA BRITISH CEMETERY, KALAMARIA, 1872.




Hogan, William J, 24, 20th July 1916, 7th Bn. Leinster Regiment, 2964, Private, Son of Martin Hogan and Kate Hogan (nee Kirwan)of Rock Mount, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford. Native of Kilrossanty, Kilmacthomas, PHILOSOPHE BRITISH CEMETERY, MAZINGARBE, I. C. 1.


HMHS Salta Holden, D, 26, 10th April 1917, Mercantile Marine, H.M.H.S. "Salta,", Able Seaman, Son of William and Elizabeth Holden, of Waterford. STE. MARIE CEMETERY, LE HAVRE.  Grave reference, Grave reference, “Salta” Memorial.




  Holden, Edward James, 3rd August 1916, 23rd Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F, 3848, Private, PUCHEVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY, II. C. 61.


Holman, Thomas Edward, 30, 10th September 1916, London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade) 1st/5th Bn. formerly 4th/7th Bn. Middlesex Regiment, 10783, Lance Serjeant, Son of Annie Holman, of 22, Goring Rd., Bowes Park, London, and the late J. F. Holman (R.S.M. R.F.A.); husband of Emmeline Holman, of 32, Oakleigh Rd., New Southgate, London. Manager at Lismore Gas Works, Co. Waterford. Enlisted in July, 1915. Also served in Egypt. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 9 D.



  Holroyd Smyth, Charles Edward Ridley, 36, 23rd September 1918, 3rd Dragoon Guards (Prince of Wales' Own), Commanding 15th Bn. Durham Light Infantry, Lieutenant Colonel, D S O, M C, Son of Col. and Lady Harriette Holroyd Smyth; husband of Nora M. Holroyd Smyth (nee Layard), of Southwood Lodge, Boldre, Lymington, Hants. Served in the South African Campaign. Born at Ballynatray, Co. Waterford. LANSDOWN BURIAL GROUND, 4. O. 5A.


SS Royal Edward Hoolahan, John, 50, 13th August 1915, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Royal Edward" (Toronto), Fireman and Trimmer, Son of Ellen Hoolahan (nee Conway), of Rockshire Lodge, Ferry Bank, Waterford, and the late John Hoolahan. Born in Co. Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Horan, Jeremiah, 1st July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 12226, Private, SUCRERIE MILITARY CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS, I. D. 19.


Horey, John, 21, 3rd November 1914, 4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish), 7834, Private, Son of Martin and Margaret Horey, of Whiteford, Birr, King's Co., YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 3 - 5.





  Horgan, Daniel, 26, 29th August 1916, 7th Bn. attd. 2nd Bn Royal Munster Fusiliers, Leinster Regiment, 3287, Private, Son of William Patrick and Margaret Horgan (nee Houlihan). Born at Ballintaylor, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford. Enlisted July, 1915. ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, B. 24. 51.


Horgan, John, 31st December 1915,, Royal Irish Regiment, Depot, 1968m Serjeant, CLONMEL (ST. PATRICKS) CEMETERY, 4. E. 114.

Photo - © Paul Murphy




Horrigan, Stephen, 49, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 5081, Corporal, Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horrigan; husband of Ellen Horrigan, of 31, Main St., Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


Horsom, George, 29th September 1918, 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 23634, Private, HOOGE CRATER CEMETERY, XVII. C. 19






Plymouth Naval Memorial Houlihan, James, 21, 17th January 1942, Royal Navy, HMS Matebele, D/JX 150020, Petty Officer,Son of Peter and Margaret Houlihan, of Carrick Beg, Co. Waterford, Republic of Ireland, PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Panel 63, Column 3





Howard, Alfred Vincent, 37, 22nd October 1940, Royal Naval Patrol Service, H. M. Trawler Hickory, Seaman, LT/JX 185689, Son of Vincent Howard and of Alice Maud Mary Howard (nee Murdock). Husband of Mary Agnes Howard (nee Bishop), formerly of 93, The Quay, Waterford, Ireland, LOWESTOFT NAVAL MEMORIAL, Panel 2, Column 2.


Howgate, Peter, 26, 4th October 1918, 319th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 139225, Lance Bombardier, Son of W. Howgate, of 109, Everton Terrace, Liverpool; husband of Josephine Howgate, of Boatstrand, Annestown, Co. Waterford. TINCOURT NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, V. D. 41.


  Howlett, Martin, 22, 31st July 1917, 2nd Bn. Irish Guards, 9142, Private, Son of Martin and Catherine Howlett, of Grange, Campile, Waterford, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 11.


SS Coningbeg Hughes, Nicholas, 27, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Able Seaman, Son of Patrick Hughes and the late Anastasia Hughes; husband of Elizabeth Hughes (nee Ford), of 11, Roaches St., Waterford. Born at Waterfold. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Hughes, Thomas Mathew, 34, 9th November 1916, British South African Police, A/27, Private, Son of the late William and Annie Hughes, of Annestown, Tramore, Co. Waterford; husband of Annie Hughes, of Annestown, Tramore, Co. Waterford, Ireland, BULAWAYO (ATHLONE) CEMETERY, E. 8. 67

  Humphries, James, 20, 27th September 1917, 8th Bn. Royal Scots, 325684, Private, Son of David and Susan Humphries, of 1, Alphonsus Avenue, Drumcondra Rd., Dublin, Born Waterford, DOZINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY, VIII. F. 19.


  Hunt, Ambrose Langley, 46, 5th October 1915, Mercantile Marine, "Burrsfield.",  Master, Younger son of Ambrose Hunt, M.D., of Dungarvan, Co. Waterford; husband of Catherine M. Hunt, of 6, Pump Court, Temple, London, late of Old Hill House, Westerham, Kent. Lieut., R.N.R., until 1908. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL


Hunt, Edward, 32, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Fireman, Son of Edward and Mary Hunt; husband of Mary Jane Hunt (Nee Murphy), of 14, St. Alphonsus Rd., Waterford. Born at Ballyhuckle, Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL

SS Coningbeg

  Hunt, George, 24, 29th June 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 11151, Private, Son of George and Mary Hunt, of Jutland, Greenway, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, Born Fethard, County Waterford, HELLES MEMORIAL, Panel 190 to 196.


  Hunt, Thomas, 21, 15th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6153, Private, Son of Martin and Johanna Hunt, of 5, Kneefe's Lane, Waterford, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


  Hunt, William, 19, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10750, Private, Son of Martin and Johanna Hunt, of 5, Kneefe's Lane, Waterford LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


Hurley, James, 37, 20th December 1915, 4th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4932, Private, Husband of Sarah Hurley, of 33, Costelloe's Lane, Waterford, DUNGARVAN (ST. MARY) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, In South-East part.


SS Formby Hurley, John, 52, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow), Able Seaman, Son of the late John and Mary Hurley; husband of Mary Anne Hurley (nee Tobin), of Passage East, Co. Waterford. Born at Passage East. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




Hurley, Patrick, 18, 4th August 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 9/5679, Private, WHITECHURCH CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD, COUNTY WATERFORD, In North-East part.

Commemorated on Grangegorman Memorial.
Thought to be buried in Whitechurch Cemetery, near Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.

Photo and info by John ?


Hurley, Patrick, 9th May 1915, 132nd Bty. 1st Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 25443, Gunner, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 5 and 9.






  Hurstan, Declan, 25th December 1921, Irish Republican Army


HMS Cornwall Hyde, John, 41, 22nd June 1918, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Cornwall, 277751, Chief Stoker, Son of Michael Hyde, of Ferry Point, Youghal; husband of Catherine Hyde, of 4, Grattan St., Youghal, Co. Cork. LIVERPOOL (ANFIELD) CEMETERY, Screen Wall (North). V. R.C. 1746.





  Hyland, John, 24, 18th June 1944, 6th Bn. Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment), 14428419, Private, Son of Patrick Hyland, and of Norah Hyland, of Waterford, Irish Republic. BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY, XXV. C. 18.


Hyland, Michael Joseph, 21, 3rd July 1916, 6th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), G/34, Private, Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Hyland, of 17, McMahon St., South Circular Rd., Dublin. Born Waterford, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 5 D and 6 D.





Hynes, Michael, 35, 28th July 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6771, Lance Corporal, Son of Denis and Eliza Hynes; husband of Mary Hynes, of Fenor South, Tramore, Co. Waterford. Native of Tallow, Co. Waterford. VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, V. A. 31.






  Hynes, Redmond, 11th January 1918, 25th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F., 4461, Private, Son of Thomas and Kate Hynes, of Ballybrack, Knockanore, Youghal, Co. Cork. Ireland. UNDERHILL FARM CEMETERY, A. 47.


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