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PostSubject: Ireland Genealogy projects Archives   Ireland Genealogy projects Archives EmptyTue Feb 14, 2023 9:50 am

Hi All,
Recently discovered the above site, that lists 170,000 memorial headstones with photographs, i have already checked all of Dublin over 40,000, and have found a number relating to the Zulu War plus a number that might be interesting to members.
Mount Jerome Cemetery
John Dallas Edge AMD died.1937, Hans Garret Moore VC 88th D.1889, Arthur Ely H. Tottenham 91st D.1908, Archer C. Bolton 58th D.1931, James Richard Tredennick 58th D.1928, Hohn Brown 17th Lcrs D.1905, Henry Wellington Palmer 90th D.1891, Marshall James Clarke RArt d.1909, Peter William Browne 2/21st D.1905, Col Sgt Richard Combie 57th D.1901, Sir Lionel McMahon 58th D.1926, Henry Metcalfe Nuthall 58th D.1935, plus a possible wife Sarah Anne widow of Arthur St George D 2 Oct 1898, there is a Arthur George St George 38th Zulu War but i have no details for him.
Non Zulu War, Capt James W Kelly 4 + 8th Hussars D.1887 Charge of the Light Brigade, Arthur John Jameson KIA Mashonaland June 1896 age 44, John Augustus Connolly Cold Gds VC Crimes D.23 Dec 1888.
Deans Grange Cemetery Dublin
William Connolly MD RN d.1934 aged 103, George Alexander 2/3rd D.1916, James L.C. Acton 88th D.1914,
Non Zulu War= Robert D. English Imp Yeo 1899-1901 + R Dublin Fus WW1, D.1963, William Eddowes Surg Maj Bengal Army served Crimea, Ind Mut, Afghan 78-79 D.17 Jan 1880, Joseph Ed. Woodall VC 1st Batt Rifle Brig D.1962.
Ratharnham Parish Church Barry Nugent Yelverton 5th Vis Avonmoreserved egypt Soudan D.13 Feb 1885, Trumpeter Vernon A Swaine 14th Hussars died on service at Maritzberg SA on 16 March 1900.
St Patricks Cathedral Dublin,
Zulu War, Robert William Jackson AMS D.1921, Sir Garnet Wolseley D.1913,
Non Zulu War, Memorials to Boer War 8th Hussars, China 1840-42, Burma 1852/53, Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Thomas R Henn RE KIA Maiwand 27 July 1880,Edward F. Law served Egypt 1885.
St Brigids Church Stillorgan Dublin, Eustace Guinness RFA KIA Bakenlaagte SA 30 Oct 1901, Henry H Lyster VC 3rd Ghurkas D.1 Feb 1922.
Whitechurch Cem Dublin, Sir John Davis Royal Sussex Regt, served Indian Mutiny, Soudan 1884/85 El Teb, Tamaii.
This is a ongoing project so records are not complete for the main cemeteries in Dublin especially Deans Grange.
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PostSubject: Re: Ireland Genealogy projects Archives   Ireland Genealogy projects Archives EmptyTue Feb 14, 2023 3:56 pm

Great work Rai and thank you for the heads up about the site. Salute

Roman Catholic Tumpeter 3465 Vernon A. Swaine 14th Hussars died of enteric fever aged 19 in Fort Napier General Hospital.
He was interred at Fort Napier and has his name on a metal cross as well as being mentioned in All Saints Church, Ladysmith.
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PostSubject: Re: Ireland Genealogy projects Archives   Ireland Genealogy projects Archives EmptyTue Mar 07, 2023 10:17 am

Hi All,
Finally completed the site so far, will revisit in six months to see whats new.
Following on from the previous, Zulu War, Nathanial Alcock RAMC 1838-1904, St Andrew's Graveyard, East Dunmore, Waterford, David C W Heather AMD Christchurch Graveyard, Gorey, Wexford. Frederick Henry Carroll 94th Plaque, Killiskey Church, Wicklow. Others of interest?
1st Boer War, Marcus Rainsford plaque St Marks Church, Blessington, Wicklow, Henry Leslie Ellis 6th Innis Drag, Dunanstown Cem, Wicklow.  SHIPWRECK 30 Jan 1816 wreck of the transport Sea Horse, 12 Off 264 men 2/59th, 1 Off 15 men R N, 71 woman and children killed only 1 mile from the shore there are two memorials Christchurch Graveyard, Tramore, Waterford, INDIA BEFORE MUTINY Lt Col Francis John Macfarlane D.19 Dec 1894, served 9th Lancers at Chilianwallah and Goojerat 1849, 3rd D Gds Ind Mutiny, Christchurch Graveyard, Dalgarry, Wicklow, George Sheaffe Montizamperh Major 10th Regt KIA before Mooltan 12 Sept 1848, plaque St Carthages, Cathedral, Lismore, Robert Doran Late Lt + Adj 18th who fell at the storming of the Great Pagoda and Rangoon 14 April 1852, Plaque St Iberius Cathedral, Wexford, CRIMEA INDIAN MUTINY US CIVIL WAR Capt the Hon John Will Hely-Hutchinson 13th Drag, D 2 july 1855 to die for his country by foes more formidable then all the might of Russia / dysentary + fever, plaque St Iberius Cath Wexford, Francis Doyle served US Army during American civil War and in the British Navy during the Crimean War, d.13 Dec 1917, St Johns Hill Cem, Waterford, Henry G Donoven Lt 33rd Regt who fell at Sevastopol was present at Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman,interred in the family burial ground Ballymore, plaque St Edans Cth, Ferns,Wexford, Gen Edward W Donoven 33rd served Crimea, Ind Mut, died 1897 also at Ballymore, Plaque St Edans Cath, Ferns, Wexford, George Ogle Jacob Major 1st Bengal Fus fell mortally wounded at the storming of Delhi 14 Sept 1857, Plaque, St Iberius Cath Wexford, Francis Hugh Dobbs Lt Royal Madras Fus, killed at the relief of Lucknow, 16 Nov 1857, Radford Cem, Greystones, Wicklow, Lt Gen John C Guise VC Crimea, Ind Mutiny, D 5 Feb 1895, plaque Christchurch, Gorey, Wexford, Thomas Francis Meagher US Army Am Civil War, acted as Governor of Montana after the civil war drowned in the Missouri River 1867,Faithlegg Cem, Cheekpoint, Waterford, WEST COAST AFRICA Henry George Daniel surgeon RN HMS Pioneer died 14 june 1879 off the River Scarcius West Coast of Africa, plaque St Iberius Church, Wexford, SUDAN ? Maj Joseph Vinters Laughton 21st Lcrs D 10 Nov 1948 age 86, St Mary Graveyard, Ballygunner, Waterford, 2nd BOER WAR George Herbert Moore, Corp Imp Lt Horse, who fell at Ladysmith SA, 6 Jan 1900, plaque Anglican Church Inch Wexford, this also mentions Lt Col A H M Edwards ILH, James Egar Trooper Imp Yeo, died and interred at Kroonstad SA, 9 May 1901, St Marys Graveyard,Blessington, Wicklow, John [Siberry] who died in South African Campaign 17 June 1900, Sligo Town, Cem, Sligo, Nursing Sister Mary A David RRC age 56, Boer War 1899-1901 WW1 1914-18, St Andrews Graveyard, East Dunmore, Waterford, Capt J H Gerrard Cape Mtd Police SA, died at Wynberg Mil Hosp, 29 Oct 1901, plaque, St Andrews Church, East Dunmore, Waterford, Henry C W Villiers-Stuart Major South Irish Horse, served SA War with 45th Imp Yeo, dangerously wounded at Lindley june 1900, died 8 sept 1908, plaqu St Cartages Cath Lismore, More to Follow.
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PostSubject: Re: Ireland Genealogy projects Archives   Ireland Genealogy projects Archives EmptyFri Mar 10, 2023 12:04 pm

Hi All,
This is a odd one from this website, i also look at records for the First Boer War as mostly Zulu War Vets took part. In the Grangegorman Military Cemetery Dublin, is a gravestone which states the following :-
In Memory of James Moore b.Ireland 1878, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1st & 2nd Boer Wars, WW1 d.July 1957 it then follows with his wives details.
The 1st Boer War was in 1880-1881 so he would have been about 3 a child, could he have been a child of a Soldier who did take part in the War. I found James record b.1877, enlisted 23 Aug 1897 Royal Artillery No.22038 served 2nd Boer War and discharged 22 Aug 1909 serving 12 years. I found another record for James born 1878 Kilrush Clare. It also states his fathers name as Thomas Moore. James re-enlisted for WW1, 30 Oct 1914 into the R Garrison Art No.409138 born 1877, serving throughout the War being discharged 5 March 1919. There are no Thomas Moore in the Royal Artillery lists for the Zulu War. However i have found a Thomas Moore Royal Artillery attested 1865 to SA 10 Jan 1881 to 14 Nov 1853 being in Natal 25 Jan 1881, the only downside is he was born in Ipswich Suffolk 1841. However Thomas Moore could be in a different Zulu War Regiment, there are Moore's in 1st KDGds, 2/21st, 58th and 94th but none with the initial T, but as in thomas i have found he could have been sent out to S Africa after the Zulu War.
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