Irish Servicemen of the Gt War Irish Servicemen of the Gt War Sgt. George Frederick Andrews 5th Battn. Connaught Rangers, taken in Harecourt Street Dublin in 1918 after his return as a prisoner of the Bulgarians for four years. 193279615 Terry Dockrell MM With sisters, Mary & Elizabeth. Terry joined the RI Rifles, deserted and rejoined in the RDF as Terry Doherty and won the MM at 3rd Ypres. For more information on Terry see: 193279821 John Connell John (standing) joined the RI Rifles in March 1915 and transferred to the MGC, possibly in January 1917. He saw action in Salonika, the Western Front and Russia. For more information on John see: 193279822 Charles Patrick O'Flanagan Royal Flying Corps. From the Parish of St. Mary's, Dublin. Joined up 5 June, 1914. Transferred to Reserves 2 February, 1919. Entitled to the 1914 Star and the British War & Victory Medals. 193933154 William White Private 25582, 14 Battalion(Quebec Regt) Canadian Infantry. Served under the alias, Frank Flanagan. Born Dublin C1893 (Lived at Grenora Terrace, South Docks in 1901). Emigrated to Canada with his Mother and Sister soon after his Fathers death in 1908,(one sister stayed in Ireland). Killed in Action. 3 June, 1916 and remembered on the Menin Gate. 194074310 Patrick & Malachy Moore Sitting on the left is Private 23942 Patrick Moore RAMC and sitting next to him is his brother, Private 23943 Malachy Moore RAMC. They were from Borrisokene, Co. Tipperary and both survived the war. A third brother James also served and survived but the family have no details of his service, nor do they have any information on the other two men in the photo. 194199920 Joseph Pierce Murphy Born in Ringsend, Dublin, he joined the Royal Navy on his 18th birthday, 7 June, 1910. On 6 August, 1914, he was on board HMS Amphion which was returning to Harwich after being on patrol in the North sea, when it hit a mine and sank. Joseph went down with the ship and was therefore the first 'Dublin' casualty of the Gt. War. (I have seen a claim that he was the first Irish casualty of the Gt. War, however, there was at least one other Irishman, Joseph Lynch of Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork, who went down with the Amphion) 194322140 Joseph Kelly Private 9372, 1 Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Killed in Action, Gallipoli, 30 April, 1915. 196862699