Adams John, Irish Citizen Army Volunteer. Killed in Action on the morning of the 25th of April 1916. Stationed at Stephen’s Green he was killed by sniper fire from the Shelbourne Hotel. He was 40 years old and resided at 10 Cork Street, Dublin. He was married and had served with the I.C.A. for a total of 2 years and 6 months.

Allen Thomas, Irish Volunteers. Fatally wounded while fighting in the Four Courts and died later at the Richmond Hospital. He was promoted to Lieutenant on Easter Monday. He was 29 years old and a native of County Meath. He left a widow and 3 children. He was originally buried in Glasnevin Cemetery, on the 6th of January 1917 his body was removed to Longwood Moyvally County Meath where his remains were re-interred.

Burke William Francis (Frank) Irish Volunteers. Killed in Action on the 25th of April 1916. In command of a section went to intercept British Troops attempting to leave Richmond Barracks.

Byrne Andrew Joseph Irish Volunteers, Killed in Action on the 27th of April 1916 in the Boland’s Mill area.

Byrne James (Louis) Irish Volunteers, Killed in Action on the evening of the 24th of April 1916, he was stationed in City Hall when he was fatally wounded when shots were fired from Dublin Castle. He was aged 46, married and a cabinet maker. He came from Summerhill Dublin and had been a member of the Irish Citizen Army for 10 months.

Byrne Joseph Citizen Army aged 32. He was killed in the fighting at Boland’s Mill, a native of County Wicklow he left a wife a two young children.

Carrigan Charles Edward Irish Volunteers, Killed in Action in the evacuation of the General Post office on the 28th of April 1916. A member of the Scottish Division of the Irish Volunteers based at the home of Count Plunkett from where they prepared for the Rising. He died on Moore Street aged 34.

Clarke Philip, Citizen Army. Killed in Action on the 25th of April 1916, stationed at Stephen’s Green he was killed by firing from the Shelbourne Hotel. He was aged 36 and came from Cork Street, Dublin. He was married and had been a member of the Irish Citizen Army for 2 years and six months. He was employed as a Van Driver and left a widow and eight children.

Connolly Sean (John) Citizen Army, Killed in Action at City Hall when fired on from a Military Wagon in Castle Street. Aged 33, married he was a member of the Irish Citizen Army for 2 years and six months, he held the rank of Captain. He led the attack on Dublin Castle on Easter Monday and subsequently the attack on City Hall where he was Killed in Action.

He came from Fairviwe and was a Dublin Corporation Official. He was a member of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association and an elocutionist, and had frequently appeared on concert platforms with the Abbey Theatre Company and The National Players.

Corcoran James Citizen Army. Killed in Action Stephen’s Green. He had served with the Irish Citizen Army for six months and was 33 years old. He left a widow and three children and was a native of Gorey County Wexford..

Costello Edward J. Fatally wounded in the Church Street Area, died in Jervis Street Hospital on the 25th of April 1916. He was a native of Armagh.

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