Contributed by: Kathleen McCann, on 2008-11-12
|Year of Birth||1880|
|Year of Death||1914|
|Regiment||Royal Dublin Fusiliers|
|Place of Wartime Residence||Balbriggan, Co Dublin, Other|
William, from Balbriggan, Co Dublin, was in Scotland at the outbreak of WW1. He had a baby son and a daughter on the way. He went to France in September 1914, never to return to his wife Jane in Glencarse near Perth.
He was killed in Houpline, near Amentieres on October 14th 1914 and is burried just over the border in Belgium.
He was 33 years old.