Private Thomas Byrne

Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died: Saturday 6 July 1918 (aged 25)

Connected records

Record:
BYRNE, THOMAS
Additional information:
Son of Michael Byrne, of 94, Upper Woodstock Street, Anthy, Co. Kildare.
Cemetery:
LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
V. C. 52.
Country:
France

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VICTORIA CROSS WINNERS: PRE 1914

Private Thomas Byrne, 21st Lancers, awarded the Victoria Cross, Battle of Omdurman, Sudan, 2 September 1898.

Oral history

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Oral history

British stoker served aboard HMS Philoctetes and HMS Lennox in Atlantic and Far East, 1942-1945
REEL 1 Background in Liverpool and Cardiff, 1922-1941: family; education; reasons for volunteering for Royal Navy, 1940; destruction of family home during German Air Force bombing of Cardiff; story of family being bombed out for a second time. Period of training with Royal Navy in GB, 1941: arrival …

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Name recorded:
Byrne, Thomas
Memorial:
Shaftesbury Boys Club WW1 Book Of Remembrance (WMR 15332)
Location:
Birkenhead, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Byrne, Thomas
Memorial:
Shaftesbury Boys Club (WMR 53231)
Location:
Prenton, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Byrne, Thomas
Memorial:
Birstall (WMR 29232)
Location:
Birstall, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Byrne, Thomas
Memorial:
Birstall (WMR 29115)
Location:
Birstall Smithies, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Byrne, T
Memorial:
Mersey Docks And Harbour Board (WMR 15440)
Location:
Kensington, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Byrne, T
Memorial:
Lancashire Fusiliers Salford Battalions Thiepval Memorial (WMR 15926)
Location:
Salford, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Byrne, T
Memorial:
Employees Of Manchester Corporation Tramways (WMR 25078)
Location:
Cheetham Hill, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Byrne, T
Memorial:
Manchester Corporation Tramways - WW1 (WMR 10744)
Location:
Ardwick, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Byrne, T
Memorial:
Collyhurst (WMR 10721)
Location:
Collyhurst, Greater Manchester

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Name:
Captain J Byrne
Context:
other
Date:
1 Jul 1918
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 39 Brigade Royal Field Artillery. (page 337)