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Officers Killed - Ireland 1916

BRITISH ARMY

Major Percival Havelock Acheson - Army Service Corps - 29th April.
Husband of P. Acheson, of Ive-le-Bawn, Fermoy. Buried at Castlehyde Church, Co. Cork.

Colonel Henry Thomas Ward Allatt - Royal Irish Rifles. wounded near the South Dublin Union, died 8th May. A retired officer, re-employed as a recruitment officer. Aged 69. Served with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Son of Christopher and Mary. Husband of Constance, of Folkestone. Rejoined the Army in August 1914. Buried at Aldershot Military Cemetery, Hampshire. Posthumous MID.

2nd Lieutenant Montague Bernard Browne - 2/8th Sherwood Foresters. wounded 25th April, died 30th April.
Aged 39. Son of Mary and the late Rev. S. Browne, of North Collingham, Nottinghamshire. Buried at Dean's Grange Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

2nd Lieutenant James Howard Calvert - 6th Royal Irish Rifles - killed 24th April.
Buried at Seagoe Cemetery, Co. Armagh, Ulster.

2nd Lieutenant Charles Love Crockett - 12th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers - killed 28th April.
Buried at Londonderry City Cemetery, Ulster.

Lieutenant Harold Charles Daffen - 2/8th Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 26th April.
Aged 23. Son of Charles and A. Daffen, of Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Buried at Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Captain Frederick Christian Dietrichsen - 2/7th Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 26th April at Lower Mount Street.
Aged 33. Son of James. Husband of Beatrice. Buried at Dean's Grange Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

2nd Lieutenant George R. Gray - 4th Royal Dublin Fusiliers - killed 28th April.
Aged 22. A dental student. Son of the late Alexander and Helen, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Buried at Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

2nd Lieutenant William Victor Hawken - 2/7th Sherwood Foresters - killed in action 26th April.
Aged 31. From Westminster. Buried Westminster City Cemetery, Middlesex.

2nd Lieutenant A. Hunter - 2nd King Edward's Horse

2nd Lieutenant Algernon Lucas - 2nd King Edward's Horse - killed at the Guiness Brewery, 28th April.
Aged 37. Buried in Dublin Castle grounds, later moved to Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Lieutenant Gerald Aloysius Neilan - 10th Royal Dublin Fusiliers. killed at the Mendicity Institution on Usher Island, 24th April.
Aged 34. Son of John Neilan, of Ballygalda, Roscommon. Buried at Glasnevin Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Lieutenant Percy Claude Perry - 7th Sherwood Foresters. Killed in action 26th April.
Aged 33. Son of G. Perry, of Nottingham. Buried at Nottingham General Cemetery.

2nd Lieutenant Guy Vickery Pinfield - 8th (King's Royal Irish) Hussars - killed 24th April.
Aged 21. Buried in Dublin Castle grounds, later moved to Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Lieutenant Philip Addison Purser - Army Service Corps - killed returning to Dublin from Kingstown, 29th April. Aged 20. Son of William Purser, of Dublin. Buried in Dublin Castle grounds, later moved to Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Lieutenant Alan L. Ramsay - 3rd Royal Irish Regiment. killed in the attack on the South Dublin Union.
Aged 26. Son of Daniel Ramsay, of Ballsbridge, Co. Dublin. Buried at Mount Jerome Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

Captain Alfred Ernest Warmington - Royal Irish Regiment - killed in the attack on the South Dublin Union.
Son of Alfred Warmington, of Naas, Kildare. Buried at King George V Military Hospital, Dublin. Moved to Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Co. Dublin.

2nd Lieutenant B. Worswick - King Edward's Horse - killed at the Guiness Brewery, 28th April.

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector Alexander Gray - killed at Ashbourne, Meath, 28th April. Aged 57.

District Inspector Harry Smith - killed at Ashbourne, Meath, 28th April. Aged 41.

1st (Dublin) Battalion, Associated Volunteer Training Corps

Sub-Commandant F.H. Browning


Ireland 1920-22

Major Henry Francis Chads, M.C. - 2nd Border Regiment - 23rd August 1920
Listed on Brookwood Memorial.

Major G.L. Compton-Smith, D.S.O. - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 1922

Brigadier-General H.R. Cumming, D.S.O. - 1922

Lieutenant G.R.A. Dove - Hampshire Regiment -
1922


Major Charles Milne Cholmeley Dowling - Grenadier Guards -
21st November 1920
Buried at Kensall Green Cemetery.

Captain Henry James Hambleton - 1st Northamptonshire Regiment - 4th November 1920
Listed on Brookwood Memorial.

Lieutenant R.A. Hendy - Royal Warwickshire Regiment - 1922

Colonel-Commandant Thomas Stanton Lambert, C.B., C.M.G. -
killed 2nd June 1921
Buried at Brookwood Military Cemetery. Aged 50. Son of Rev. R.U. Lambert, husband of Geraldine Rachel Lambert.
Memorial at War Memorial Chapel, Sandhurst Royal Military Academy - "Thomas Stanton Lambert, C.B., C.M.G. Colonel Commandant in command of 69th Brigade and 31st Division in Ireland. R.M.C. 1890-91. Killed in Ireland 2nd June  1921."

Lieutenant Robert Bruce McCreery - 17th Lancers - 15th May 1921
Buried at Sherborne Cemetery. Aged 22. Son of Walter McCreery, Stowell Hill, Templecombe, Somerset.

2nd Lieutenant R.J. Story - King's Shropshire Light Infantry - 1922

2nd Lieutenant A.C.H. Toogood - 1st Lincolnshire Regiment -
20th June 1921
Buried at
Sandhurst Royal Military Academy Cemetery.

Lieutenant Richard Crawford Warren, M.C.* - 1st Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry - 28th June 1921
Son of Colonel Percy Bliss Warren. Aged 22. Buried at Cheriton (St. Michael) Churchyard. Awarded the Military Cross and bar.


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