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4to. pp My Roll of Honour. I have gathered together as many contemporary lists and combined them into a searchable database, if a person is not on ANY of my lists he probably wasn’t there; if July 12 was there he is probably on more than one of the lists.
The data base includes of 16, line of information, each starting with a surname. GAA club activities. SENIOR HURLING: North Tipp Champions, INTERMEDIATE HURLING: North Champions,Ireland: National Roll of Honour ; Ireland's Memorial Record: World War 1; Kilmainham Pensioners - British Army Service Records ; Sinn Féin Rebellion Handbook (Irish Times Weekly Supplement ) William Smith O'Brien Petition Roll of Honour In this spreadsheet please find the final results of the Various North Tipperary Championships, Leagues & Cups from to The Various North Tipperary Clubs & Players of the Year can be found be clicking on this link.
The Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship (known for sponsorship reasons as the Tipperary Water Tipperary County Senior Hurling Championship) is an annual hurling competition organised by the Tipperary County Board of the Gaelic Athletic Association since for the top hurling teams in the county of Tipperary in : Hurling.
Roll of Honour Sincethere have been a number of teams representing the parish of Moycarkey-Borris. These include the Horse & Jockey, Two-Mile Borris, Ballytarsna, Tubberadora, Graigue, Littleton. Part July 12 the Roll of Honour of the GPO garrison of those executed and killed in action.
(National Museum of Ireland) In the Weekly Irish Times publishedRebellion Handbook, and recorded that 3, men and 77 women had been arrested as of 11 Julyof whom were convicted by courts martial, 23 acquitted, and 1, interned. The Roll of Honour assembled by the National Museum some years after the Rising is regarded as the definitive record.
The names are arranged by garrison. Boland’s Mills Garrison. London, 29 July, ; educ. Freemason's School, Wood Green; served for five years in the 1st Surrey Rifles (21st London) (T.F.); was an Authorized Clerk on the London Stock Exchange; volunteered and enlisted in the Army Pay Corps, 6 Oct.
; transferred to The Buffs 25 Jan. ; went to France in April, and was killed in action 3 July. Tipperary Teams / Foirne Thiobraid Árann Search for past players and Tipperary teams / Cuardaigh iar-imreoirí agus foirne Tiobraid Árann. Go >> Club Champions & Captains / Seaimpíní Club agus Captaein Victorious clubs for each division plus county final winners / Clubanna Buacacha i gach roinn agus buaiteoirí sa Cluiche Ceannais.
The battle for Kilmallock took place between 25 July and 5 August in County Limerick. It was one of the largest engagements and a key turning point of the Irish Civil War.
When the Free State army captured Limerick city in mid-JulyRepublican forces retreated south towards Cork and made their next determined stand around Kilmallock. History. Over the decades, the Tipperary championship has been dominated by teams from South Tipperary, with Fethard and Clonmel Commercials leading the roll of honour, though Loughmore-Castleiney from Mid Tipperary strongly challenge in most seasons and are the current champions ().
Kilruane MacDonagh's were North Tipperary's last club team to be Most titles: Fethard (21 titles). Roll of honour Irl Cashel Company, Third Tipperary Brigade. Una joined her husband in the Athenaeum in Enniscorthy during Easter Week and was one of the three women who raised the Irish flag over the Athenaeum in Enniscorthy in Paddy Dalton was killed during the Civil War fighting Free-State troops at Donohill, Tipperary.
Tipperary, Ireland: Classification: Graves / Memorials / Roll of Honour Memorials and Rolls of Honour are list of names of people who have died in military or other services. Graves will typically list the names and datas of the grave's occupant(s) and in the case of military grave it is usual to see some basic service details.
FURTHER DETAILS OF THOSE LISTED, AND OF OTHERS FROM THE COUNTY CAN BE FOUND IN THE BOOK "A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF TIPPERARY" by Martin O'Dwyer ISBN 0 0 5 (see details at the foot of this page). The alphabetical tables may be used in several different ways to aid historical research.
Evening Times Roll of Honour May to July (updated with names of soldiers from outwith Glasgow) Surname. War of Independence: Republican Roll of Honour: Deansgrange Cemetery: Easter Rising ofIrish Civil War, War of Independence: Dollingstown War Memorial: Dollingstown: World War 1, World War II, War of Independence: Creedon, O'Brian and Healy Memorial: Donoughmore: Irish Civil War, War of Independence: Donoughmore Cemetery I.R.A.
Croke Cup Champions (played in ) Bob Quane (Capt) seated centre. opponents Bray Emmets. Home final played in Thurles. Tipp won by to The Rushmoor Roll of Honour for the First World War Adams, Joseph Henry Private.
10th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment. Died 7th September Age The Tipperary teams section was the brainchild of PJ Maxwell. It is a privilege and honour for any player to wear the Blue and Gold of Tipperary, not only for the individual but also for their club.
PJ spent many hours of research putting together the list of every Tipperary player from to the present day. CWGC cut off date is 01 September whereas the "The Great War New Zealand Expeditionary Force Roll of Honour", originally published inbook cut off date is 31 December Sooty's site.
Auckland Library Heritage Images of soldiers from the Weekly News. Canterbury Honour Roll-works on google chrome.
County Titles (Captain in Brackets) - 12 time champion 1. (Michael Stapleton), 2. (Ray Reidy), 3. (Michael Maher), 4. (Mick Craddock), 5. (Tom Barry), 6. (Seamus O Shea), 7.
(John Hussey), 8. (Tony Connolly), 9. (Seanie O Dwyer), (Michael Gleeson), (Ciaran O'Shea), (Mark. Tipp are currently 3rd on the all time roll of honour, just 4 behind Kerry in second place with 12 and Kilkenny in first place, with 40x20 singles [ edit ] Tipperary have won five All-Ireland Senior 40x20 Singles (s): Semple Stadium, Thurles.
The Rebellion began in Enniscorthy in the early morning on the Thursday of Easter week, with the Athenaeum, a building close to the castle in the centre of the town, as headquarters. Handball site for tipperary and Munster page to display fixtures,results and breaking news.
Cidona /Annerville Awards Roll of Honour - tipperary-handball-gaa tipperary-handball-gaa. Dub Milltown Golf Club: Milltown Golf Club Roll of Honour: Adye-Curran, S.
WW I: Royal Army Medical Corps (see also AMS) Dub Milltown Golf Club: Milltown Golf Club Roll of Honour: Ághas, Tomás [-] Not stated Dingle, The Mall: Dingle Republican Memorial: Ághas, Tomás M. [-] Not stated Dingle, The Mall. The Commons is a village in the barony of Slieveardagh, 12 miles, Irish, south-east of Thurles, and 8 miles, north east of Laffan’s Bridge Railway station.
Including the village there are about acres, divided between 30 or more families, owners and occupiers. There are several coal mines in the district, most of which have been extensively worked by the Mining Company of.
By Julythe Roll of Honour had increased to eighteen with the inclusion of A. Ford, 1st Grenadiers, E. Pickett, MT. Army Service Corps., Jack Voller, Hants Regiment and James Voller, Royal Engineers.
In addition, four Grayshott men were reported missing and five more had been taken Prisoners of War. With grateful thanks to Bedford Modern School Killed in action Friday 22 Septemberon the Somme). Born 12 July Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of HonourVolume 2, Pagethe following: SEDGWICK.
The Roll of Honour stated that as the political situation spiralled into one of total war, Frank Emberton was called-up ‘on reserve’. So, Emberton was back in the North Staffordshire Regiment. The 2nd Battalion remained in India, so Frank was placed with the 1st Battalion. More of the history of the Tipperary Military Barracks - including details of military graves in Tipperary Town and plans of the Barracks - may be found in an excellent book compiled and published in by Walter S.
O'Shea, called "A Short History of Tipperary Military Barracks (Infantry) " The following details of Battalions. The Tipperary County Championship is an integral part of the wider Munster GAA Intermediate Club Hurling Championship.
The winners of the Tipperary county final join the champions of the other hurling counties to contest the provincial championship.
The title has been won at least once by 32 different titles: Silvermines &, Newport (3 titles). In Findmypast added an additional 9, records to their Irish National Roll of Honour In the collection, you can have discover remarkable stories of courage, adventure, and valor. Sunday last, July 22nd marked the anniversary of the death of Archbishop Thomas William Croke () [28 May – 22 July ], the second Catholic Bishop of Auckland, New Zealand (–74) and later to become the Irish Archbishop of Cashel and Emly.
A former patron of the Gaelic Athletic Association, with the largest GAA stadium situated in Dublin. M. R. James has written: 'A warning to the curious' 'Ghost Stories of an Antiquary' 'The wanderings and homes of manuscripts' -- subject(s): Books, History, Book collecting, Manuscripts 'The book.Roll of Honour announcements in the Wakefield Express on 7 July and 22 June also record that he was a professional at Woodthorpe golf club.
C. B. Sugden Lieut Christopher Babington Sugden was the son of Thomas Babington Sugden, who in was the Town Clerk and Borough Coroner, and his wife Edith Constance.