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Carroll, Mary, 26, 25, November 1944, Civilian War Dead, 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.


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,

  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.


Cronin, Elizabeth, 78, 15th August 1942, Civilian War Dead, 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.

  Flynn, Mary, 33, 30th August 1944, Civilian War Dead, Civilian, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flynn, of 23 Doyle Street, Waterford, Irish Republic. Injured 29 August 1944, at Aldershot Road, Kilburn; died at General Hospital. WILLESDEN, MUNICIPAL BOROUGH


Foley, Mary, 1st April 1921, Civilian casualty, shot dead.



Lynch, Rita, 27, 16th September 1940, Civilian War Dead, Civilian, of Grosvenor House, Park Lane. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lynch, of Ballynoe, Tallow, Co. Waterford, Irish Republic. Died at Marble Arch subway. ST. MARYLEBONE, METROPOLITAN BOROUGH.


SS Formby O'Callaghan, Anne, 52, 16th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Formby.", Stewardess, Daughter of Mrs. Alice O'Callaghan, of 41, St. Joseph's Terrace, Green St., Waterford, and the late John O'Callaghan. NEWTOWN (ALL SAINTS) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD, East of middle path.

Eileen's headstone O'Gorman, Eileen Mary, 42, 20th November 1914, Territorial Force Nursing Service, Sister, Daughter of Edward and Margaret O'Gorman, of John's Hill, Waterford. BRISTOL (ARNOS VALE) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY, LG. 2. 2.

SS Coningbeg Phelan, Elizabeth Anne, 18th December 1917, Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Coningbeg" (Glasgow), Stewardess, Wife of Patrick Alexander Phelan. TOWER HILL MEMORIAL

  Walshe, Mary A, 21st August 1915, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, Staff Nurse. ADDOLORATA CEMETERY, E. EA. A. 661.


Shaun McGuire 2008