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South Irish Horse



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There are:9389 pages and articles tagged South Irish Horse available in our Library


Those known to have served with

South Irish Horse

during the Great War 1914-1918.

  • Allen Martin. Pte. South Irish Horse (d.26th Sep 1916)
  • Barsby Charles W. W.. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.29th Oct 1917)
  • Bateman Samuel. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.12th Dec 1917)
  • Bentley James Edward. Pte. (d.14th May 1917)
  • Levinge Richard William. Lt. South Irish Horse

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Pte. James Edward Bentley South Irish Horse (d.14th May 1917)

Pte. James Bentley was the son of James Edward and Henriette Sophie Bentley, of 11, Rialto Buildings. Dolphins Barn, Dublin. He was killed in action in May 1917 aged 22 and is buried in Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, France.

s flynn




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Pte. Samuel Bateman 7th Btn. Royal Irish Regiment (d.12th Dec 1917)

Samuel Bateman served with the 7th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment having formerly served as 1608 South Irish Horse. He was killed in action on the 12th December 1917 and is buried in Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery on the Somme. Samuel was the son of Mr. T. Bateman, of 10, Dorset Avenue, Dorset St., Dublin.

S Flynn




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Pte. Charles W. W. Barsby 7th Btn. Royal Irish Regiment (d.29th Oct 1917)

Charles Barsby, son of Charles and Millicent Barsby of 32 Derwent Street, The Meadows, Nottingham, was born in St. Jude's, Dublin. In 1914 he was living in Dublin, and he also enlisted there. Private Barsby was aged 22 when he was killed in action in Flanders. He is buried in St. Martin Calvaire British Cemetery St. Martin-Sur-Cojeul.

S Flynn




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Pte. Martin Allen South Irish Horse Household Cavalry (d.26th Sep 1916)

Martin Allen was born in Dublin and enlisted there. He was the son of Mrs. Mary Allen, of 1, Connaught St., Phisborough, Dublin. He was killed in action in Flanders age 21 and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.

S Flynn




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