Major General Arthur Moore VC CB - 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, Indian Army


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IN THE CITY OF : DUBLIN

Name James,
BYRNE
John Augustus,
CONOLLY
Martin,
DOYLE
Thomas,
DUFFY
Rank Sergeant Lieutenant-Colonel Company Sergeant-Major Private
Force 86th ( Royal County Down ) Regiment
( Royal Irish Rifles )
49th Regiment
( Berkshire Regiment )
1st Bn The Royal Munster Fusiliers 1st Madras ( European ) Fusiliers,
( Royal Dublin Fusiliers )
VC won Jhansi, Indian Mutiny,
3 April 1858
Sebastopol, Crimea,
26 October 1854
Reincourt, France,
2 September 1918
Relief of Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
26 September 1857
London Gaz 11 November 1859 5 May 1857 31 January 1919 18 June 1858
Born Newtown, Co Wicklow,
1822
Celbridge, Co Dublin,
30 May 1829
Cloonagh, Co Wexford,
25 October 1894
Caulry ( Colehill? ), Co Westmeath,
1806
Died 6 December 1872,
Dublin
23 December 1888,
Curragh, Co Kildare
20 November 1940,
Dublin
24 December 1868,
Dublin
Grave Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin Grangegorman Cemetery, Dublin Glasnevin Cemetery
( Grave not marked )
Location
of VC
Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, Belfast Coldstream Guards RHQ, Wellington Barracks, London Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
National Army Museum, London
Remarks None None MM None

DUBLIN

Name Denis,
DYNON
Patrick,
GRAHAM
John,
LUCAS
Hans Garrett,
MOORE
Rank Sergeant Private Sergeant-Major Colonel
Force 53rd Regiment,
( King's Shropshire Light Infantry )
90th Regiment,
( Cameronian, Scottish Rifles )
40th Regiment,
( South Lancashire Regiment )
88th Regiment,
( Connaught Rangers )
VC won Chota Behar, Indian Mutiny,
2 October 1857
Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
17 November 1857 *
Huirangi Bush, New Zealand,
16 March 1861
Gaika-Galeka War, South Africa,
29 December 1877
London Gaz 25 February 1862 24 December 1858 17 July 1861 27 June 1878
Born Kilmannon, Queen's Co,
September 1822
Dublin,
1837
Clashganny, Co Carlow,
1826
Dublin,
31 March 1834
Died 16 February 1863,
Dublin
3 June 1875,
Dublin
4 March 1892,
Dublin
7 October 1889,
Lough Derg, Co Tipperary
Grave Burial location unknown - no records Arbour Hill Cemetery, Dublin,
( location unknown, cemetery records destroyed )
St James Churchyard, Dublin,
( grave not marked )
Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin
Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Cameronians Museum, Hamilton Queen's Lancashire Regiment Museum, Preston Museum Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa
Remarks None * Elected by the regiment None None

DUBLIN

Name Arthur Thomas,
MOORE
James,
MURRAY
Philip,
SMITH
John,
SULLIVAN
Rank Major-General Lance-Corporal Corporal Chief Boatswain's Mate
Force 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry 3rd Bn The Connaught Rangers 17th Regiment,
( Leicestershire Regiment )
Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
VC won Khoosh-ab, Persia,
6 February 1857
Elandsfontein, 1st Boer War,
16 January 1881
Sebasopol, Crimea,
18 June 1855
Sebastopol, Crimea,
10 April 1855
London Gaz 3 August 1860 14 March 1882 24 February 1857 24 February 1857
Born Carlingford, Co Louth,
20 September 1830
Cork,
February 1859
Lurgan, Virginia, Co Cavan,
July 1829
Bantry, Co Cork,
10 April 1830
Died 25 April 1923,
Dublin
19 July 1942,
Dublin
16 January 1906,
Dublin
28 June 1884,
Kinsale, Co Cork
Grave Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin
( headstone erected in the 1990s )
Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin
( buried in Scully family grave )
Believed in Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin,
( grave not marked )
Location
of VC
Sold at auction National Army Museum, London Royal Leicestershire Regiment Museum, Leicester Not publicly held
Remarks CB None None CGM

DUBLIN

Name Joseph Edward,
WOODALL



Rank Captain


Force 1st Bn The Rifle Brigade


VC won La Pannerie, France,
22 April 1918



London Gaz 28 June 1918


Born Salford, Manchester,
1 June 1896



Died 2 January 1962,
Dublin



Grave Dean's Grange Cemetery, Dun Laoghaire


Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London



Remarks None


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