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Surname C
  Cahill, Bartholomew Benedict, 28, 5th May 1943, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 10565851, Private, Son of Michael and Annie Cahill, of Riverstown, Tramore, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. TEL EL KEBIR WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, 4. M. 3.


  Cahill, James, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 5723, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.

  Cahill, Patrick, 38, 24th May 1915, 19th (Queen Alexandra's Own Royal) Hussars, 5287, Private, Son of Margaret Cahill, of Carrick-on-Suir. Mobilized 4th August, 1914. 14 years' service. Served in the South African Campaign., YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 5


 

Cahill, William, 57, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. “Coningbeg” (Glasgow), Son of the late William and Margaret Cahill, husband of Ellen Cahill (nee Crowley), of Market St., Tramore, Co. Waterford. Born Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL.

 

  Callaghan, Michael John, 23, 16th February 1916, 36th Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 20301, Serjeant, Son of Patrick and Mary Anne Callaghan, of Knocklofty, Demesne, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary. QUARRY CEMETERY, VERMELLES, B. 26.


  Callaghan, William, 12th April 1918, 2nd Bn. Irish Guards, 11167, Private, AVAL WOOD MILITARY CEMETERY, VIEUX-BERQUIN, I. BB. 34.


  Campbell, Joseph Benedict, 21, 7th September 1942, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, T/276155, Officer Cadet, Son of Joseph Lloyd Campbell and Margaret Mary Campbell, of Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. Irish Republic. BITTERNE (REDCOTE CONVENT) CEMETERY


  Canty, Thomas, 28th December 1917, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7325, Lance Corporal,  JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, A. 26.


  Carberry, James, 21st August 1918, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7609, Lance Corporal, M M, Son of Thomas Carberry, of 42, Newports Lane, Waterford, VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL, Panel 5.


  Carberry, Michael, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6690, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12


  Carbery, William, 36, 2nd October 1917, 97th Field Coy. Royal Engineers, 63504, Sapper, Son of Marianne Dee (formerly Carbery), of 37, Brown St., Portlaw, Co. Waterford, and the late William Carbery. TYNE COT CEMETERY, XLI. B. 24.


Carew, Edward, 28, 10th October 1918, 5th Reserve Bn. Royal Engineers, 46134, Sapper, GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY, RC. 611.






  Carew, Robert Thomas, 56, 11th February 1917, Leinster Regiment, Colonel, Husband of Mary Carew, of Ballydavid, Rossduff, Co. Waterford, WATERFORD PROTESTANT CEMETERY,530.


ig Carey, Patrick, 18, 11th August 1915, 20th Reserve Park,  Army Service Corps, T4/086558, Driver, Son of Thomas and Mary Carey, NETHERAVON (ALL SAINTS) CHURCHYARD,







Plymouth Naval Memorial Carlton, Thomas, 26, 31st May 1916, J/30577, Royal Navy, H.M.S. "Defence.", Ordinary Seaman, Son of Thomas and Bridget Carlton, of Fallacoolmore, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford. PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, 12.

HMS Defence


Carpendale, George, 35, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow) , Son of Elizabeth Carpendale and the late George Carpendale; husband of Mary Carpendale (nee Stephens), of 40, Ferrybank, nr. Waterford, Co. Kilkenny. Born at Leicester. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL

SS Formby

  Carrigan, Stephen, 21, 2nd August 1917, "C" Coy. 6th Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6394, Private, Son of Martin and Ellen Carrigan, of Waterford; husband of Mary Carrigan (nee Corr), of 4, Pump Lane, Waterford. AEROPLANE CEMETERY, I. A. 3A.


  Carroll, James, 22, 9th August 1915, 6th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 2901, Private, Son of William and Ellen Carroll, of Lower Kilmacow, Waterford, Co. Kilkenny. HELLES MEMORIAL, Panel 185 to 190.


  Carroll, Mary, 26, 25, November 1944, Civilian War Dead, Civilian, of 24 Girton Road, Sydenham, Kent. Daughter of James and Norah Carroll, of 15 St. Laurence's Terrace, Lower Grange, Waterford, Irish Republic. Died at New Cross Road. DEPTFORD, METROPOLITAN BOROUGH


100 Squadron RAF Carroll, Richard Valentine, 33, 11th June 1944, Royal Air Force, 100 Squadron, 21326, Flight Leiutenant, Son of William Hewsan Carroll and of Anne M. Carroll (nee Coppinger), of Tramore, Co. Waterford, Republic of Ireland, RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL, Panel 201.

 

 

  Carter, Alfred, 24th May 1915, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers, L/5341, Private, YPRES TOWN CEMETERY EXTENSION, III. D. 17.


  Casey, Michael Francis, 35, 18th July 1916, 9th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, Captain, Son of James and Mary Ann Casey, of Park, Stradbally, Co. Waterford, MAZINGARBE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, I. F. 8. 


  Casey, Michael J, December 1917, French port. 1st Mate/Acting Captain.


  Casey, Nicholas, 1st September 1914, 1st Mountain Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 14535, Gunner, RAWALPINDI WAR CEMETERY, 4. A. 25.


   
SS Dotterel Casey, Patrick. 73, 29th November 1915, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Dotterel" (Cork), Able Seaman, Son of the late John and Bridget Casey; husband of Elizabeth Casey (n e Flood), of 58, Dublin St., Liverpool. Born at Stradbally, Co. Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




HMS Glowworm Casey, Patrick, 33, 25th August 1919, Royal Navy, HMS Glowworm, 227466, Yeoman of Signals, Son of John Casey, of Summerland Square, Waterford, Ireland; husband of Doris Lilian Grace Casey, of St. George, Bristol. (buried Semenovka (Bereznik) Cem. Extension), ARCHANGEL ALLIED CEMETERY, Sp. Mem. B20.



  Casey, Patrick, 28, 6th July 1916, 5th Bn. South Wales Borderers, 17661, Private, Son of Edmond and Ellen Casey, of Kilbarrymeaden Hill, Co. Waterford, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 4 A.


  Cashin, Edward, 10th March 1918, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10108, 10th March 1918, JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, A. 68.


Castles, William, 33, 15th September 1914, 1st Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 5983, Serjeant, Son of the late Benjamin and Rose Castles, LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE MEMORIAL






  Cavanagh, Edward, 27th September 1916, 6th Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery, 57432, Gunner, BAGHDAD (NORTH GATE) WAR CEMETERY, XXI. A. 6.


Chambers, Robert Francis, 21, 7th June 1917, 7th Bn. Leinster Regiment, 3302, Serjeant, Son of John and Matilda Chambers, of The Square, Portlaw, Co. Waterford. Native of Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford, LA LAITERIE MILITARY CEMETERY, II. AA. 12





Cheasty, Michael, 34, 31st May 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Highbury" (London), Son of Jeffrey Cheasty, of 17, The Glen, Waterford, and the late Bridget Cheasty. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL


  Cheevers, Matthew, 23, 27th March 1917, 12th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 14121, Private, Son of James and Catherine Cheevers (nee Hanlon), of Horeswood, Campile, Co. Wexford. HERMIES HILL BRITISH CEMETERY, II. B. 40.


  Cheevers, Patrick, 26, 3rd May 1917, 13th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 14122, Serjeant, Son of James and Catherine Cheevers, of Horeswood, Campile, Waterford.  ARRAS MEMORIAL, Bay 3.


SS Coningbeg Chestnutt, John, 41, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Son of Rachel Chestnutt and the late John Chestnutt; husband of Janet Mary Chestnutt (nee Bain), of 28, John St., Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL





Chittick, Thomas, 26th August 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 9995, Rifleman, LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE MEMORIAL





Clancy, William, 25th May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 5584, BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD, I. F. 70.


Clarke, Margaret Marion, 18, 28th January 1941, Women's Royal Naval Service, H.M.S. Caroline, Daughter of Lieut. Comdr. Joseph H. Clarke, R.N.V.R. and Mary W. Clarke, of Waterford. BALLINAKILL CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD,  

Grave Photo © Steve Rogers


  Clarke, Richard, 4th September 1914, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, 2297, Private, Cousin of Mrs. Mary Power, of 2, Conduit Lane, Quay, Waterford, GUARDS GRAVE, VILLERS COTTERETS FOREST, I. 30


Clarke, William, 29th May 1915, 3rd Bn. Connaught Rangers, 5449, Serjeant, BALLYGUNNER (ST. MARY) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, IV. 11. 23.

Photo © Steve Rogers




SS Formby Clawson, James, 56, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow), Able Seaman, Son of the late William and Annie Clawson; husband of Bridget Clawson (nee Sullivan), of Cheek Point, Co. Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




SS Coningbeg Cleary, Daniel, 45, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Fireman, Son of the late Timothy and Johanna Cleary; husband of Ellen Cleary (nee Plasteon), of 13, Henrietta St., Waterford. Born in Co. Clare. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Cleary, Thomas, 13th November 1918, 59th Field Coy. Royal Engineers, 13320, Sapper, Husband of Ethel Cleary, of 104, Upper Milton Rd., Gillingham, Kent, MONT HUON MILITARY CEMETERY, LE TREPORT, X. A. 12A.


  Cleary, William, 19th July 1917, 18th Bn. Welsh Regiment, 54142, Lance Corporal, FINS NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, SOREL-LE-GRAND, I. D. 12.


  Clements, William, 24, 19th December 1918, "D" Bty. 315th Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 119438, Driver, Son of Thomas and Mary Clements, of 61, Hall Place, Edgware Rd., Paddington, London. Native of Waterford. SOLESMES BRITISH CEMETERY, I. F. 18.


Patrick Clooney seated far left Clooney, Patrick Filan, 22, 17th September 1862, 88th New York, Irish Brigade, Captain, Son of John Clooney and Catherine Phelan, Ballybricken, Waterford.
(Seated far left)

Some information taken from the the Waterford Civil War Veterans web site.
 


Photo ©Paul O'Farrell
Memorial to Captain Patrick Clooney in Ballybricken cemetery who was killed at the battle of Antietam in the American Civil War.


Caledonian Monarch Cluney, Patrick, 20, 14th January 1942, Merchant Navy, S.S. Caledonian Monarch (Glasgow), Able seaman, Son of Laurance and Catherine Cluney, of Passage East, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL, Panel 22.




  Coady, John, 37, 21st August 1918, Connaught Rangers attd. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, Second Lieutenant, Croix de Geurre (Belgium). Son of the late James and Margaret Coady; husband of Florence Mary Dounes (formerly Coady), of Duncannon, Waterford. VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL, Panel 10.


  Coady, Michael, 24, 2nd October 1915, 1st Bn. Welsh Regiment, 36159, Private, Son of Stephen and Hannah Coady, of 29, Newports Lane, Waterford, LOOS MEMORIAL, Panel 77 and 78


  Cody, Patrick Moses, 32, 6th May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6692, Private, Son of William and Bridget Sullivan Cody. Awarded Tibet Medal and clasp. Served 12 years in 7th Mountain Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Born at Waterford, NEW IRISH FARM CEMETERY, Sp. Mem. 7.


  Coffee, Francis Warren, 28, 16th August 1917, 5th Bn. attd. 14th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, Second Lieutenant, Son of Francis Richard Coffee, of 8, Fairfield Park, Rathgar, Dublin, and the late Evelyn Coffee. TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Panel 138 to 140 and 162 to 162A and 163A.


Thomas and Mary Coffey

Coffey, Thomas, 28, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow),  Able Seaman, Son of Thomas and Catherine Coffey; husband of Mary Coffey (nee McGuire), of 85, Poleberry, Waterford. Born at Waterford, TOWER HILL MEMORIAL

SS Formby

 

  Coghlan, Gerald N, 22, 19th August 1917, 1st King Edward's Horse, 981, Private, Son of Matthew Patrick and Mary Ellen Coghlan, of New Rath Lodge, Waterford, GWALIA CEMETERY, I. H. 1.



  Colbert, see also Culbert

Colbert, John, 17th September 1916, 119th Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 3566, Gunner, ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN, B. 19. 27.



Colbert, Patrick, 11th April 1917, 10th Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 2638, Private, WINDMILL BRITISH CEMETERY, MONCHY-LE-PREUX, I. D. 7.





  Colbert, Patrick, 22, 20th August 1940, Merchant Navy, S.S. "Macville" (London). Son of James and Bridget Colbert, of Tramore, Co. Waterford. TERMONCARRAGH CEMETERY, Grave 3.


  Colbert, Thomas, 25th September 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10007, Lance Corporal, LES GONARDS CEMETERY, VERSAILLES, 1. 12.


  Coleman. Michael, 20th November 1917, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 9605, Private, ARRAS MEMORIAL, Bay 5.


Collins, James, 24th August 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 8366, Private, ST. SYMPHORIEN MILITARY CEMETERY, I. B. 14.





 
John Collins Collins, John, 9th September 1916, 1st. Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 14033, Private, Son of Mrs. Agnes Collins, of 1, Philip St., Waterford. One of six brothers who served, four of whom fell. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 16

To read Gordon Power's story of the four Collin's brother's, CLICK HERE




 
Collins, Joseph, 26th April 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 9893, Private, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.







Michael Collins Collins, Michael, 8th May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10250, Private, Son of Mrs. Agnes Collins, of 1, Philip St., Waterford. One of six brothers who served, four of whom fell. YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.


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Patrick Collins Collins, Patrick, 30, 29th March 1918, 173rd Tunnelling Coy. Royal Engineers, 79980, 2nd Corporal, Son of Mrs. Agnes Collins, of 1, Philip St., Waterford. One of six brothers who served, four of whom fell. POZIERES MEMORIAL, Panel 10 to 13.

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Stephen Collins Collins, Stephen, 16, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6347, Private, Son of Mrs. Agnes Collins, of 1, Philip St., Waterford. One of six brothers who served, four of whom fell. LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.

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  Collins, Thomas, 9th September 1916, 7th Bn. Leinster Regiment, 10378, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 16 C.


  Colthorpe, George, 16th March 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6236, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.


  Comerford, James, 34, 19th October 1914,  Alias see "Moran"


SS Coningbeg Comerford, Laurence, 39, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Able Seaman, Son of Catherine Comerford and the late Patrick Comerford; husband of Anastasia Comerford (nee Hawkins), of 5, Presentation Row, Waterford. Born at Fethard, Co. Wexford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL



John Condon Condon, John, 19, 24th May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6322, Private, Son of John and Mary Condon, of Waterford, POELCAPELLE BRITISH CEMETERY, LVI. F. 8.

One time beleived to be aged 14 and the youngest killed in WW1 but now proved otherwise. It is also believed that it is not his body under his headstone.

John's supposed grave.

                                                           
Birth Certificate                              1901 Census                              Death Certificate

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  Condon, Michael, 19, 8th July 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 19510, Private, Son of Patrick and Margaret Condon, of 5, Water St., Waterford, HOSPITAL FARM CEMETERY, B. 14.


Condon, Stephen, 23, 22nd August 1918, 13th Bn. East Lancashire Regiment, 33119, Private, Son of Mary and the late Stephen Condon, PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL, Panel 5 and 6.


  Condon, Thomas, 29, 12th July 1919, Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S. "Victory." (Land base), 234SD, Leading Deck Hand, Son of William Joseph and Elizabeth Condon, of 12, The Mall, Waterford. MAZARGUES WAR CEMETERY, MARSEILLES, III. B. 7.


  Connell, Richard, 25, 25th October 1915    Alias see "Fitzgerald"


  Connell, Thomas, 24th April 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 9487, Lance Corporal, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.


Connolly, John, 12th March 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4886, Lance Corporal, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33.


Connolly, John, 24, 23rd August 1914, "B" Coy. 2nd. Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7622, Private, Son of John and Margaret Rome Connolly, of Ferrybank, Waterford, CAUDRY BRITISH CEMETERY, II. F. 22.


Connolly, Patrick, 14th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10633, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 3 A.






  Connolly, William, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7755, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


Connolly, William, 26, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Maeine  "S. S, Formby" (Glasgow), Son of the late Willim and Mary Connolly. Born at Milepost, Co. Kilkenny, TOWERHILL MEMORIAL.

                                       

  Connors, John, 1st July 1916, 1st July 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 7295, Corporal, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 15 A and 15 B.


Connors, Michael, 20, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6341, Private, Son of Mrs. Hannah Connors, of 3, May Lane, Waterford, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


  Connors, Thomas, 43, 21st April 1920, Canadian Railway Troops, 1102334, Private, Son of Bridget Connors, of Somerhill, Tramore, Co. Waterford, Ireland, and the late Thomas Connors, TORONTO (MOUNT HOPE) CEMETERY, Sec. 17. Lot 295. Gr. 9


Conroy, Denis Augustine, 35, 9th October 1918, "A" Coy. 4th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment, 41600, Private, Son of Patrick and Kate Conroy, of 85, Newrath, Co. Waterford; husband of Kathleen Faith Conroy, of 85, Winston Rd., Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, London, GRAND-SERAUCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, VII. C. 2.


Conroy, Samuel, 30th June 1915, 3rd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 3612, Corporal, Husband of Mary Conroy, of 18, Gerald Griffen St., Cork, GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY, RC. 452.


Conway, James, 1st September 1915, 1st Res. M.T. Depot Army Service Corps, M2/130587, Private, FERRYBANK CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, Near South-West boundary


  Conway, James, 6th October 1915, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 10001,Serjeant, READING CEMETERY, Screen Wall. 72. 16114.


  Conway, John, 2nd June 1916, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment), 249, Company Sergeant Major, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 10.


  Cooke, John Patrick, 25, Between 1st October 1942 and 2nd October 1942, 1st Bn. Middlsex Regiment, 6202967, Private,   Son of Thomas and Mary Cooke, of Waterford, Irish Republic, SAI-WAN MEMORIAL, COLUMN 15

 

  Corbett, St. Elmo Rupert, 26, 7th Bn. Austrailian Infantry, A. I. F., 657, Sergeant, Son of Michael Joseph William and Elizabeth Corbett, of "Tramore" McKenzies Hill, Castlemaine, Victoria. Austrailia. Born Cowes, Phillip Island, Austrailia. LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOURVENIR CEMETERY, V. C. 42.

  Corboy, Thomas Francis, 3rd August 1916, 51st Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F., 2618A, Private, VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL.


  Corcoran, Matthew,24th May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4684, Private, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 33


  Corcoran, Patrick, 11th February 1915, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers attd. 1st Life Guards, 5400, Private, YPRES TOWN CEMETERY EXTENSION, II. C. 6.


  Corcoran, R A, 20th December 1918, Receiving Depot (Dublin), Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, 51688, Worker, Daughter of Mrs. J. Conway, of 12, Five Alley Lane, Waterford. GRANGEGORMAN MILITARY CEMETERY, RC. 637.


Coreri, Francis, 30, 27th December 1916, 4th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, TIPPERARY (ST. MICHAEL'S) NEW CEMETERY, E. H. 98


Costigan, Michael, 15th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 3823, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12


  Costigan, Patrick, 8th June 1918, 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers, 4/5205, Private, ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, C. 76.


  Costigan, Richard, 35, 2nd March 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4822, Lance Corporal, Husband of Ellen Costigan, of Pill Road, Carrick-on-Suir, LE TREPORT MILITARY CEMETERY, Plot 2. Row L. Grave 1B


Cotter, Harry, 20, 11th October 1915, 2nd Bn. Irish Guards, 7268, Private, Son of John and Kate Cotter, of 8, St. Alphonsus Rd., Waterford, AIRE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, I. C. 8.


  Couch, Stanley Arthur, 23, 9th August, 1915, 53rd Bty. Royal Field Artillery, 57175, Bombardier, Son of Richard and Sarah Couch, of Danhurst St., Fulham Palace Rd., London; husband of Margaret Couch, of Bank Place, Waterford. LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY, I. C. 3A.


  Coughlan, John, 19th October 1914, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 4803, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 11 and 12.


Plymouth Naval Memorial Coughlan, Joseph James, 34,31st May 1916, Royal Navy, H.M.S. "Indefatigable.", 303132, Petty Officer Stoker, Son of James and Catherine Coghlan, of Co. Waterford; husband of Minnie Coghlan, of 84, Butler St., Belfast. PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, 14.

HMS Indefatigable

  Coughlan, Michael, 9th September 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 7110, Private, GUILLEMONT ROAD CEMETERY, GUILLEMONT, III. D. 10.


  Croke, David, 27th November 1916, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7496, Private, STRUMA MILITARY CEMETERY, VI. H. 8.


Croke, James, 21, 29th June 1921, 4th Bn. Worcestershire Regiment, 5242257, Private, Son of Mrs. Anne Croke, of 4, Walshers Place Ballybricken, Co. Waterford. Alternative Commemoration - buried in RAITHPATRICK OLD GRAVEYARD, Co. Kilkenny.

The date of death on gravestone states 1st July 1921.

Photos
© Martin Gahan


  Croke, Martin, 34, 5th August 1919, Royal Air Force, 288203, Aircraftman 1st Class, Son of Thomas and Ellen Croke, of Waterford; husband of Kathleen Kearns (formerly Croke, of 121, High St., Brentford, Middx., KILLEA (HOLY CROSS) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, Family Plot, just inside entrance.

  Croke, Michael, 27th April 1916, 1st Bn. Connaught Rangers, 9203, Lance Corporal, AMARA WAR CEMETERY, XX. B. 2.


 
  Croke, Thomas, 9th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 5233, Rifleman, POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY, OVILLERS-LA BOISSELLE, III. B. 5.


Croke, William, 22, 4th November 1916, 19th Trench Mortar Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 3432, Gunner, Son of William and Bridget O'Brien, of 6, Kerny Hall Avenue, St. Mary's Rd., Cork. Born at Waterford, SAILLY-AU-BOIS MILITARY CEMETERY, II. B. 12.


  Crone, Percy Alexander, 22, 8th September 1916, 4th Bn. attd. 7th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, Lieutenant, Son of the Rev. Alexander Crone, B.A., and Emily Laura Crone, of Clifton, Strand, Youghal, Co. Cork. DOIRAN MEMORIAL.


  Cronin, Elizabeth, 78, 15th August 1942, Civilian War Dead, Civilian, of Country Side, Burnham Avenue. Daughter of John Cronin, of Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. Injured 14 August 1942, at Bognor Regis; died at Bognor Regis War Memorial Hospital. BOGNOR REGIS, URBAN DISTRICT


James Cronin Cronin, James, 4th October 1917, 70th Bty. 34th Army Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 58297, Bombardier, VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, IX. F. 15.





  Cronin, P, 35, 3rd November 1920, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 7109546, Private, Son of Mrs. Ellen Cronin, of 6, Rockshire Rd., Ferrybank, Waterford. DELHI WAR CEMETERY, 8. A. 21.


  Cronin, Patrick, 17th May 1916, 7th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment, 18447, Private, BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD, II. B. 97.


  Cronin, Timothy, 19, 31st July 1917, 1st/6th Bn. Cheshire Regiment, 24484, Private, Son of John and Minnie Cronin, of 72, Guildford St., Egremont, Cheshire, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 19 - 22.


  Crooke, John Patrick, 25, Between 01/10/1942 and 02/10/1942, 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment, Son of Thomas and Mary Cooke, of Waterford, Irish Republic. SAI WAN MEMORIAL, Column 15.


  Crooke or Cooke, Michael, 15th March 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Rifles, 16300, Private

There are no CWGC details about this casualty


  Crotty, Lawrence, 24, 4th July 1915, 87th Bty. Royal Field Artillery, 62614, Gunner, Son of Michael Crotty and Hannah Crotty, of Ballynamintra, Kilmacomb, Co. Waterford, POTIJZE CHATEAU WOOD CEMETERY, A. 14.


  Crotty, Michael, 8th August 1918, 268th Coy. Royal Defence Corps, 36513, Private, Husband of Mary A. Crotty, of 4, William St., Portlaw, Co. Waterford, CARDIFF (CATHAYS) CEMETERY, EB. 48.


Crowe, Francis Gerald, 35, 18th October 1918, 2nd Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 6940, Serjeant, Son of John and Bridget Crowe (nee Stack), of Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, HIGHLAND CEMETERY, LE CATEAU, III. A. 6.


  Crowley, James, 20, 3rd August 1916, 7th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 17029, Private, Son of Thomas and Catherine Crowley, of Ballycashin, Butlerstown, Co. Waterford, BOIS-CARRE MILITARY CEMETERY, HAISNES, H. 3.


Cuddihy, Patrick,35, 28th April 1918, Royal Naval Reserve, H.M.S. "Tiger.", 2242T, Petty Officer Stoker, Son of Mrs. Kate Cuddihy, of 1, Castle St., Waterford. FORD PARK CEMETERY (FORMERLY PLYMOUTH OLD CEMETERY), General L. 3. 27.

Memorial on family grave in Bigwood cemetery, Kilkenny. Photo © Martin Gahan.

The stone has a memorial to his father Patrick from Patrick and he was soon to follow his father and have his memorial inscribed on the same stone.


HMS Tiger


Cuddihy, Patrick, 55, 9th September 1916, 8th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 4388, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 16 C.

Memorial on family grave in Bigwood cemetery, Kilkenny. Photo © Martin Gahan



Cuffe, Patrick, 24th March 1918, 7th Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 18139, Private, GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY, XII. F. 7.


   
  Culbert, James, 31st May 1915, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 6299, Serjeant, GENT CITY CEMETERY, A. 2.


Cullen, Gerald Summerville Yeats, 19, 11th April 1917, 1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, Second Lieutenant, Son of Jane Anita Cullen, of 3, Langford Place, Cork, and the late Rev. James Edward Cullen, M.A., Trinity College, Dublin. Born at Ballyheigue, Co. Kerry. BROWN'S COPSE CEMETERY, ROEUX, III. D. 6.





Joseph Cullens headstone Cullen, Joseph, 14th July 1915, 5th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers, 6409, Private, TYNEMOUTH (PRESTON) CEMETERY, J. R.C. 1428.

Photo: © David Sweeting

                                       

  Cullen,  Michael, 18th May 1915, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 4.


SS Coningbeg Cullen, Patrick, 31, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Fireman, Son of Alice Cullen, and the late Walter Cullen; husband of Anne Cullen (nee O'Keeffe), of 7, Chapel Lane, Ballybricken, Waterford. Born at Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




SS Coningbeg Cullen, Walter, 42, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Cattleman, Son of the late Walter and Alice Cullen; husband of Margaret Cullen (nee Morrissey), of I, Newport's Lane, Waterford. Born in Co. Waterford. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL




  Cullen, Walter Henry, 1st January 1915, Royal Navy, H.M.S. "Formidable.", K/4150, Leading Stoker, CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, 11.


Culleton, James, 32, 1st July 1916, 8th Bn. attd. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 12291, Private, Son of the late Patrick Culleton; husband of Mary Culleton, of 18, Belvedere Avenue, North Circular Rd., Dublin, SERRE ROAD CEMETERY No.2, XIX. F. 11.


Culleton, John, 14th November 1914, 2nd Bn. Connaught Rangers, 10524, Private, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 42.







   
  Culleton, Martin, 36, 6th November 1914, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, 1458, Private, Son of Bridget Culleton, of 14, The Glen, Waterford, YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Panel 11.


Cummins, John, 5th July 1916, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment, 11033, Private, THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 3 A.





   
Cummins, John, 6th June 1921, Irish Republican Army. West Waterford Brigade


Information from the Irish Medals web site.  Click here
On the 5th of June 1921 the body of IRA Volunteer John Cummins was found by the Military in a search at Ballyvoyle County Waterford. The Military were searching for arms after they had been ambushed. A military report stated a civilian appeared to be lying in a ditch with a firearm levelled in the direction of the approaching Military. Two shots were fired at the civilian by the military. When the Patrol reached the civilian it was found that life was extinct. The rifle was found to be loaded. Medical evidence showed that death was due to two bullet wounds, one in the region of the heart and one in the calf of the leg, death would have been instantaneous. A Military Court of Inquiry found that John Cummins was shot dead by Crown Forces in the act of offering armed resistance to the above mentioned force in the execution of their duty. John Cummins was aged 23 and from the Ballyvoyle area.

  Cummins, Michael, 29, 11th October 1915, 1st Bn. Irish Guards, 6321, Private, Son of Thomas and Kate Casey, of Kilsteague, Annestown, Waterford, LOOS BRITISH CEMETERY, XV. A. 14.


  Curran, Bartholomew Joseph, 38, 22nd February 1917, 3rd Coy. Australian Tunnelling Corps, 5003, Sapper, Son of John and Ellen Curran, of Clare, South Australia. HERSIN COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, I. G. 16.


  Curran, M, 22, 2nd March 1919, Royal Air Force, Aero Service Unit, 291713, Air Mechanic 2nd Class, Son of Richard and Jane Curran, of Teperstown, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford. HUY (LA SARTE) COMMUNAL CEMETERY, II. A. 42.


Curran, Michael, 24, 15th September 1916, 2nd bn. Irish Guards, 6619, Private, Son of James and Bridget Curran, of Scrahan, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE, II. D. 63.


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