WW2 War Dead
Francis (Frank) Byrne of Galloping Green died at Formosa Internment Camp on 5 May 1943.
Private John Cyril Davey died on Active Service 30 July 1941 at Dorchester as a result of an accident.
Eldest son of Mr & Mrs H W Davey, 34 Green Road, Blackrock, Co Dublin. He was interred at
Dorchester cemetery on 5 Aug 1941.
Lieut Martin Fitzgerald born 7 Jun 1917 son of Martin Fitzgerald and Kathleen Fogarty at Ardilea. He
was educated at Trinity. He enlisted at the start of the war, service no 245398 he was with the Royal
Armoured Corps of the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. He married Rosaleen Dunn, daughter of
Andrew E Dunn of Springfield, Co Derry on 26 Mar 1941 at Portrush. He was awarded the Military Cross
for his actions at the liberation of Geffen, Holland in October 1944. Lieut Fitzgerald was killed in action
on the Western Front in Germany on 4 Apr 1945. He is buried and commemorated at the Reichswald
Forest War Cemetery in Germany.
Lieut Arthur Myles Jackson Lieut. Sub Officer (A) R.N.V.R. Son of Arthur and Lilian May Jackson, of
Douglas, Isle of Man. Married to Daphne Jackson. Killed in Action 23rd Jul 1944 age 23.
Thelma Daphne Jackson, 3rd Officer, W.R.N.S. Daughter of Charles Trench Stewart and Norah Eileen
Trench Stewart, of Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Married to Myles Jackson Killed in Action 23 Jul 1944
Patrick Laurence Kelly, Somerset Light Infantry Killed in action in Italy on 19 Jul 1944 aged 22.
Second youngest son of James and the late Bridget Kelly of Springfield, Stradbrook, Blackrock,
The McCrea Family of Altona Stillorgan, civilians killed 22 Dec 1940.
Dr Edward d'Arcy McCrea - Civilian
Dr Florence McCrea - Civilian
Patrick McCrea aged 13 - Civilian
Bridget McCrea aged 10 -Civilian
Robert Edward Hamilton Northridge, RAF, killed on active service 7 Nov 1943 aged 30. Lived at
Chesterfield on Cross Avenue. Memorial at St Columba's College.
Surgeon Lieut Harold Fitzgerald Storm RNVR, HMS Javelin, only son of the late Harold Alexander
Sloan of Blackrock and Mrs Sloan, Churchill, Kilmainham Killed on Active Service 29 Nov 1940.
Pilot Officer Donald Moffat-Wilson service Number 17344 of the 165 Squadron. He attended
Sherborne School in England from 1937 -1941 and his family lived at Trentham on Leopardstown
Road from 1930 to 1939. He was born 14 Feb 1923 and killed in action over France on 12.06.1944
aged 21 years. He is commemorated on the Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, France, XVIII. F. 4.
Inscription on his headstone: ‘BELOVED SON OF GUY AND EDITH MOFFAT-WILSON. IN PROUD AND
Samuel A W Waters, Royal Naval Voluntary Reserve, who served and was killed aboard HMS
Implacable on 27 Oct 1944, while taking part in anti-shipping operations off Norway, during the Second
World War. Son of J A H Waters who founded the Scout troop in Stillorgan and resided at Woodview,
Main road, Stilllorgan.
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