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|1||Abbey||John||Lance Corporal||3913||Irish Guards||08/08/1915||Killed in action||Wicklow||1st Battalion||24||Baltinglass, County Wicklow||Dublin||Son of Patrick and Mary Abbey, of Weaver Square, Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow.||Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, France.||I B 13||Rank listed as Lance Corporal (Soldiers Died In The Great War) Lance Sergeant (Commonwealth War Graves Commission.)||There is an image with the following snippet in the Evening Herald. 11/09/1915. Sergant John Abbey-1st Irish Guards, aged 21, was killed in action at Givenchy on August 8th. Father John Gwynne, S.J., Chaplain to the Irish Guards, in a letter to Mrs Abbey, pays a high tribute to her son and states that both officers and men spoke in the highest terms of him. Sergeant Abbey was due to go on leave a few hours later. His parents reside at Main Street, Baltinglass.|
|2||Abbott||Alfred A||Company Sergeant Major||8076||Royal Scots Fusiliers||Bruff, County Limerick||18/01/1915||Died of wounds||Limerick||2nd Battalion||Aldershot, Hampshire||Templemore, County Tipperary||Brother of W.H.Abbott (Bandmaster), of 25, Roseneath Place, Edinburgh.||Lillers Communal Cemetery, France.||II.A. 2.|
|3||Abbott||Charles Thomas||Company Quartermaster Sergeant||5808||Royal Irish Regiment||Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary||24/05/1915||Killed in action||Tipperary, Waterford||2nd Battalion||Secunderabad, East India||Birr||Son of the late H. G. Abbott; husband of Margaret Helen Abbott, of 9, The Terrace, Tramore, Co. Waterford. See F. R. Gorbey, his brother-in-law, also killed in action.||Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.||Panel 33||De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour; Abbott, Charles Thomas, Company Quartermaster Sergeant, No 5080(sic), B Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment. Son of Graves Abbott, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal Scottish Fusiliers. Born in Secunderabad, India, 13th September, 1881. Enlisted 15th April-1896. Served in the South African War (Medal with clasps), in India and with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders. Killed in action 24 May-1915. He married at Karachi, 9th December-1908, Margaret Helen, daughter of John William Gorbey of Carrick-on-Suir and had a son and two daughters; Henry Graves, born Agra, 17th November-1910. Agnes May, born Agra, 2nd October-1909; and Ellen Rewa, born on the troopship ‘RIWA’ in the Bay of Biscay, 26th December-1911. Sergeant Abbott’s brother-in-law, Corporal Frank R Gorbey, D. C. M. , was killed in action 23 April-1915.|
|4||Abbott||Duncan William Sidney Elphinstone||Captain||York and Lancaster Regiment||26/09/1915||Killed in action||Cork||10th Battalion||36||Oakwood, Rochestown, County Cork||Loos Memorial, France.||105 and 106||De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour, 2.-1; Abbott, Duncan William Sydney Elphinstone, Captain, 10th (Service) battalion, The York and Lancaster Regiment, 3rd son of the late Major Duncan Dunbar Abbott, of Rockenham, County Cork. Born at Oakwood, Rochestown, County Cork, 23 July, 1879. Educated at Rosscarbery College, County Cork. Gazetted Lieutenant, 5th (Militia) Battalion, The Royal Munster Fusiliers in 1897, and served in the South African War of 1900-02 (Medal). Shortly after the outbreak of war in 1914 he was gazetted temporary Captain 17th October, 1914; went to France with his regiment 10th September, 1915, and was killed in action 26 following while leading his company at the Battle of Loos. Buried at Loos. His Commanding Officer wrote;”He died leading his men bravely and wonderfully, and all the men and his brother officers feel his loss very keenly.” The Adjutant; “I last saw my dear chum in a trench where he had been carried…We have indeed lost a brave leader.” The men of his company, wrote that they felt that with him at their head they could anything, and would have followed him anywhere. He married at St Mary’s Church, Finchly, London, N., 6 February, 1915, Florence (Church End, Finchley), only daughter of the late Henry Cooper. Irish Independent; Captain Duncan W Abbott was the third son of the late Major Duncan D Abbott, Passage West, County Cork. He was attached to the York and Lancaster Regiment. Irish Independent; Captain D W S E Abbott, York and Lancaster regiment, killed in France on Sept 26, was the third son of the late Major Abbott, of Rockenham, County Cork. Cork Examiner. 07/10/1915. 1725. Abbott-Killed in action in France, leading his men, on Sunday, September 26th, 1915, Captain Duncan William Sydney Elphinstone, York and Lancaster Regiment (10th Service Battalion) third son of the late Major Duncan Dunbar Abbott, and Mrs Dunbar Abbott, of Rockenham, Passage West, County Cork.|
|5||Abbott||Frederick James||Lance Corporal||8598||Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders||25/09/1914||Killed in action||King's County/Offaly, Queen's County/Laois||1st Battalion||Birr, Queen's County||Dublin||La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, France.||Name listed as Abbott (Commonwealth War Graves Commission.) Abbot (Soldiers Died In The Great War) . Formerly he was a Lance Corporal with the Royal Scots Fusiliers where his number was 8186|
|6||Abbott||John||Private||19603||Gloucestershire Regiment||Waterford||07/06/1917||Killed in action||Cork, Waterford||8th Service Battalion||Waterford, County Cork||St Paul's Churchyard, London||Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.||22 and 34|
|7||Abbott||John Arthur||Private||CH/11488||Royal Marine Light Infantry||25/01/1917||Death certificate- On the night of 25th, or morning of 26th January, on the high seas. Died from shock and exposure. Body found by S.U(?). O. Buncrana who caused the body to be buried. Death registered on 10/02/1917, by Registrar James McCormick.||Donegal||H.M.S. "Laurentic"||35||Barnwell, Cambridge||Son of Alexander and Jane E Abbott, 19, Fletcher Road, Acron Green, Chiswick, W. Born at Cambridge. Previously served 12 years in R.M.LI., rejoined in 1914.||Upper Fahan (St Mura’s) Church of Ireland Churchyard, County Donegal.||D.O.B. 30/12/1881.|
|8||Abbott||Lionel Albert||Petty Officer Stoker||300401||Royal Navy||23/03/1917||Killed or died as a direct result of enemy action.||Clare, Galway||H.M.S. "Laforey."||33||Kilrush, County Galway||Son of the late Samuel and Jane Abbott, of 49, Stafford Road, Bow, London; husband of Julia Abbott, of 1 Bank Terrace, Branscombe, Beer, Devon, address later changed to 5 Bond Street, Yepvil, Somerset.||Chatham Naval Memorial, U.K.||23||D.O.B. 25/01/1883. Born in Kilrush, County Galway-pre war records when he was with the Rifle Brigade and the Navy. Born Clare-1911 Census in Yeovil, Somerset.|
|9||Abbott||Michael||Private||7595||Connaught Rangers||Lecarrow, County Roscommon||21/12/1914||Killed in action||Roscommon, Westmeath||A Company, 2nd Battalion||53||Athlone, County Westmeath||Athlone, County Westmeath||Son of the late Thomas and Margaret Abbott, of Toberdan, Lecarrow; husband of Mary Anne Abbott, of Galeybeg, Lecarrow, Roscommon.||Le Touret Memorial, France.||43||Freeman’s Journal, 18/05/1915. Killed in Action.-Official intelligence was received in Athlone yesterday of the death in action of Terence Quinn and John Lyons, Irishtown, Athlone, and J(sic) Abbott of Lecarrow. Deceased were soldiers in the Connaughts.|
|10||Abbott||Robert||Private||F 28147||Army Service Corps||7 Leslie's Building, Phibsboro, Dublin||09/04/1917||Died of rheumatism at North Dublin Union.||Dublin||35||Dublin City||Son of Alfred and Martha Abbott, 7 Leslie's Buildings, Dublin.||Glasnevin (or Prospect) Cemetery, Dublin.||St. Bridget's. DK. 319.||Served under the alias Costello. Pre-war occupation-Painter.|
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