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THE TIPPERARY WAR DEAD - G
THIS PAGE IS DEDICATED TO MEN AND WOMEN WITH CONNECTIONS TO COUNTY TIPPERARY, IRELAND, WHO DIED SERVING IN OR FOR THE MILITARY FORCES FIGHTING FOR EUROPEAN FREEDOM DURING 'THE GREAT WAR' 1914 - 1918
FURTHER DETAILS OF THOSE LISTED BELOW, AND OF OTHERS FROM COUNTY TIPPERARY CAN BE FOUND IN THE BOOK "A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF TIPPERARY" by Martin O'Dwyer ISBN 0 9535634 0 5
NOTE: The table below may be used in several different ways to aid historical research. It is shown on this webpage in alphabetical order by surname in Column 1. However, if you copy the table to a text program on your computer, you can then manipulate the data to find out other things, e.g. putting Column 2 into ascending alphabetical order will show all the men who died from one town or village grouped together. Doing the same to column 6 will show all those of one regiment or corps grouped together, and similarly, Column 5 can be arranged to show all the men of the same rank grouped together and Column 3 will group by KiA, DoW and place of death. ( see explanation of abbreviations below). Column 4 will group all those who died on the same day. This last piece of information may be of help in finding out where a particular man died, as it can be compared with the dates of major battles as shown on the WW1 page of this Website via the World Index.
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NOTES: Abbreviations KiA = Killed in Action, DoW = Died of Wounds, Batt. = Battalion.
Where more than one regiment had the same name, the regimental number is shown in brackets thus : Leinster Regiment (1st.) denotes The First Leinster Regiment. To copy this table to your text program to manipulate the data, click on any line in the table below, opt for "Select Table", then use the COPY command to copy the table and PASTE it into your text program. You can then re-order the data in any order you wish and print it out. Eventually, a printable list of all names A-Z will be added to this website.
|GASS, Patrick||Killenaule||DoW, Mesopotamia||14 January 1916||Corporal, 9143||Royal Irish Regiment, 1st. Batt.|
|GLENNON, Thomas||Cloughjordan||KiA, France||27 April 1916||Private, 22719||Royal Irish Innjskilling Fusiliers, (7th.)|
|GOULDSBOUGH, Patrick||Thurles||KiA, France||15 August 1915||Private, 7415||Leinster Regiment (2nd)|
|GRACE, Simon||Drangan||KiA, France||27 November 1915||Private, 7918||Irish Guards, 1st. Batt.|
|GRAHAM, Douglas||County Tipperary||KiA, France||1 July 1916||Private, 10477||Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1st. Batt.|
|GRANT, Thomas||County Tipperary||KiA, France||6 July 1915||Private, 6277||Scottish Rifles, 5th. Batt.|
|GREEN, David||Carrick-on-Suir||KiA, France||9 May 1915||Private, 1748||The Welsh Regiment, 2nd. Batt.|
|GREENE, Edward||Clonmel||KiA, France||10 July 1916||Private, 5647||The Manchester Regiment, 2nd. Batt.|
|GREENE, Joseph||Fethard||KiA, France||3 June 1918||Private, 1866||Leinster Regiment (2nd.)|
|GRIFFIN, James||Clonmel||KiA, France||19 October 1914||Private, 4853||Royal Irish Regiment, 2nd. Batt.|
|GRIFFIN, Thomas||Thurles||KiA, France||20 June 1915||Private, 4638||Connaught Rangers, 1st. Batt.|
|GRIFFIN, Thomas||Kilsheenan||KiA, France||17 June 1918||Private, 10485||Leinster Regiment (2nd)|
|GRIFFITHS, William||Clonmel||KiA, France||31 October 1914||Private, 4200||Royal Irish Lancers (5th.)|
|GROGAN, John||Bansha||Died at Sea||30 December 1917||Private, 4610||Leinster Regiment (4th.)|
|GUILFOYLE, John||Nenagh||KiA, France||27 September 1915||Private, 6691||Irish Guards, 2nd. Batt.|
|GULLY, Thomas||Carrick-on-Suir||KiA, France||14 May 1915||Private, 9033||The East Lancashire Regiment, 1st. Batt.|
|GUNNELL, Michael (served under the name of KENNEDY)||Nenagh, buried in Barrack Street Old Graveyard||Died, aged 29||20 June 1915||Private, L/15291||The Middlesex Regiment, 3rd. Batt.|
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