WORLD WAR I MEMORIAL FROM ST NICHOLAS CHURCH.
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TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN PROUD AND THANKFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE MEN OF ST.
NICHOLAS PARISH WHOSE SPLENDID SELF SACRIFICE
HELPED TO WIN THE VICTORY
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918
A. FREDERICK BOGAN
SAMUEL G. KELLER
JAMES A. PARKER
HENRY R. PERROTT
GEORGE C. BOLSTER
WILLIAM T. BOWMAN
R.T. OSMUND FLEETON
HERBERT E. HASSALL
of our enemies might serve him without fear
in holiness and righteousness before him
ALL THE DAYS OF OUR LIFE.
Notes:William BERRY Lance Corporal (6761) in the 1st Bn of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died 21 August 1915, aged 22. Son of the late Richard Berry, 52 Friars Walk, Cork.
Panel 185 of the Helles Memorial.
George Christian BOLSTER Private (727511) in the 3rd Bn of the Canadian Machine Gun Corp. Died 26 Aug 1918, aged 26. Son of Catherine Bolster (formerly Marshall), of Bailick Cottage, Ballincurra, Co. Cork and the late George Bolster.
Peter BLACKLOCK Master in the Mercantile Marine "Kenmare" Died 2 March 1918.
Amos Frederick BOGAN Fourth Engineer Officer Mercantile Marine, S.S. "Astoria" (London). Died 9 Oct 1916, aged 22. Son of Annie BOGAN (nee Verian) of 148 St Patrick's Hill, Cork and the late Amos Frederick Bogan. Born at Ballintemple, Cork.
Benjamin DALY Driver (63613) in the 1st Div. Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery. Died 15 March 1916, aged 23. Son of James Daly, of Inneshannon, Co. Cork; husband of Hilda Daly of 5 Mortimer Lane, Basingstoke, Hants.
Richard JAGO First Mate Mercantile Marine S.S. "Ardmore" (Cork). Died 13 Nov 1917, aged 54. Brother of Sarah Jago of "Beresford", 12 Roumania Cresc, Llandudno. Born at Cork.
Robert Theodore Osmund FLEETON Airman 3rd Class (75121, Royal Flying Corp, Recruit Depot. Killed 26 April 1917, aged 16. Son of Robert and Jeanie Eloise Fleeton of 1 Brookfield Villas, College Rd, Cork.
James Alexander PARKER Lance Corporal (5197) in teh 2nd Bn of the Royal Irish Rifles. Died 25 Sept 1915 (Ypres). Son of Mary Jane Parker of 3 St Anthony's Villas, Friars Walk, Cork, and the late John George Parker.
Reference: Commonwealth War Graves Commission