|Death: ||Oct. 10, 1918, At Sea|
This memorial is several things at the same time. It is a grave for some, and is also in effect, a "virtual cemetery", in essence a sub-group of
Grangegorman Military Cemetery
where the majority of the recovered bodies of those who died were buried.
It is the principal list of all known casualties and survivors. There was a secondary list of the known military casualties, but this was deleted in September 2013, to comply with Find A Grave rules on duplication.
The Royal Mail Ship "Leinster", owned by the City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, was torpedoed in the Irish Sea, 16 miles east of Dublin, shortly before 10am on the morning of 10th October 1918, on its outbound journey of 100km [68 miles] from Kingstown [now Dun Laoghaire], Dublin, to Holyhead, Anglesey, North Wales.
The following numbers are those noted some years ago, and may be incorrect.
It had 771 persons on board, which included,
of whom there were,
22 postal sorters,
493 military personnel.
Amongst this latter group were military medical staff of doctors and nurses from many of the commonwealth nations.
The Leinster was sunk by torpedoes fired from a German submarine, UB-123, which was commanded by 27 year old Oberleutnant Robert Ramm. The first missed, but two others hit the vessel. The second hit the Mail Room, and the third hit the Engine Room. 8 days later on 18 October 1918, during its return to Germany, UB-123 hit a mine in the North Sea and sank with the loss of the entire crew of 2 officers and 33 men. Their bodies were never recovered.
Official lists prepared at the time record that 501 persons died when the Leinster sank, but more recent research suggests that the figure may be over 540. Contemporary newspaper and shipping company reports indicate that 256 individuals were rescued, not all of whom survived.
Not all of the bodies were recovered immediately, and due to the currents in the Irish Sea some came ashore in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, the Isle of Man, England and Wales.
It is now thought likely that there were 540 casualties
348 military personnel.
21 postal workers.
Please be patient, it will take some considerable time, and research, to complete the lists.
A list of known survivors is appended, after the casualties.
R.M.S. Leinster Crew Deaths.
Where a body was recovered, the cemetery in which the remains were buried is noted after their name.
The bodies of all of the others were not recovered, and they are named on the Merchant Shipping monument
Tower Hill Memorial
William Birch, Captain
Robert Anthony, Lamp Trimmer [Holyhead]
William John Brennan, Seaman
Thomas Coady, Fireman
John David Crispin, 4th Engineer
Michael Harvey, Fireman
James Hickey, Greaser
Owen Richard Hughes, Crew's Cook [Holyhead]
Richard George Hughes, 3rd Engineer
Joseph Inglis, 2nd Steward
Arthur Henry Jeffries Radio Officer [Deansgrange]
Hugh Jones, Fireman
John Jones, Greaser
Owen John Jones, 2nd Steward [Holyhead]
Frank Kehoe, Seaman
Henry Longmore, Seaman
John Loughlin, Able Seaman
William Mathias, Acting Chief Engineer
Edward Salisbury Moors, Engineer's Steward
Bernard Murphy, Fireman
Leslie Benjamin Nicklin, 3rd Officer [Smethwick]
Patrick O'Toole, Fireman
Hannah Owen, 2nd Stewardess [Holyhead]
Louisa Parry, 2nd Stewardess
Richard Roberts, Fireman
William Roberts, Seaman Cook
Hugh Rowlands, Purser
John William Smith, Greaser [Deansgrange]
Robert Thomas, Greaser
Henry Tyrell Quartermaster [Deansgrange]
William Warren, 3rd Steward
Dennis Whelan, Quartermaster
Griffith Williams, Fireman/Greaser [Holyhead]
John Williams, Fireman
Richard Williams, Seaman
Robert John Williams, Carpenter
Thomas Williams, Leading Fireman [Holyhead]
38 survivors are named below.
Military & Civilian Casualties.
The bodies of those whose names are followed by a single asterisk, were buried in the greater Dublin area.
The bodies of those whose names are followed by a double asterisk, were buried elsewhere.
The bodies of those without an asterisk were not recovered.
For those whose bodies were not recovered,
Army casualties are commemorated on
Naval casualties are commemorated on
Plymouth Naval Memorial
A. 18 names.
Lieut. William Thomas Henworth Adey *
Private Ernest Akehurst *
Sergeant James Rothwell Albeson
Corporal Harry Aldridge *
Lieut. Douglas Aldworth *
Private John Alexander *
Robert Jocelyn Alexander **
Mrs. Allen, of Sligo
Sergeant Gavin Francis Andrew *
Marjorie Archer, of Cork
Mrs. Norah (née Desmond) Archer
Charles Joseph Archer Post Office
Lieut.-Col. Theodore Montgomery Archdale *
Private Edward Argent *
Sergeant Robert William Askew
John Jennins Attwool * Post Office.
Private Frederick Auty *
B. 60 names.
Private Albert Baker *
Anthony Francis Baker Student Telegraphist, Waterville
Private Thomas George Ball *
Lieut. Samuel Dugald Barclay *
Emily E. Barlow *
Private Henry Sherlock Barlow
Private Joseph Thomas Barnes *
Private Joseph Barraclough *
Private Edward Barradell *
Sophia Violet Barrett V.A.D. Nurse
Anna Maude Barry V.A.D. Nurse
Gunner Michael Barry
Rev. John Robert Bartley **
Lieut. Robert John Bassett **
Driver Percy Beardon
Lance-Corporal Charles Edward Beaumont
Private Charles Frederick Bennett
Private William Bennisson *
Lieut. Harry Bentley
Private Thomas Bernard *
Private Michael Daniel Biggane **
Lance-Corporal Charles Billings *
Private James Birch *
Private Harry Bishop *
Private Roy Ernest Black
John Balmer Black US Navy
Lance-Corporal Thomas Black *
Beatrice Audrey Blackburne *
Charles Bertram Blackburne *
Lieut.-Colonel Charles Harold Blackburne *
Private Thomas Blackhurst *
James Joseph Blake Post Office
Thomas Joseph Bolster Post Office
Private Cyril M. Boon *
"Boy" Alfred Henry Boucher *
Lieut. Anchitel Edward Fletcher Boughey *
Private James Bowen *
male child Bower, son of Mrs. Bower, Rathgar
Private Joseph Bowers *
Marion Bowers, Liverpool
Pioneer Patrick Boyle
Thomas Bradley Post Office
Private William Bradley *
Lance-Sergeant James Brady *
Sergeant Arthur Brassington *
Sergeant John Brennan *
Mrs. Martha Bridge London
Matthew Brophy Post Office
Private Charles Bryant *
Private Ernest Bugg *
Inspector William John Bunday
Alex. Burleigh, Florencecourt
Private Leslie R. Burnett
Captain Digby Burns *
Private William Robert Burns *
Lance-Corporal Harry Varley Burrell
Alice Butcher, London
Driver Edwin Butt *
Private J. Byrne * [re-check]
Private A. L. Byrom
C. 38 names.
Gunner Thomas Cahill
Doris Natalie Callingham, Beaconsfield
Eileen Elizabeth Campbell, aged 4, *
and her mother
Eileen Hester Louisa [née Knox-Browne] Campbell *
Lieut.-Commander George Campbell *
Rev. William I. Campbell Catholic Priest *
Private James Canavan
Private George Robert Cannell
Private Thomas Cardiff
Sapper Edward Carew *
Anna (née Ferguson) Carlisle
Miss Josephine Carr 1st WREN to die in WW1
Corporal Michael Carroll
Private Edwin Johnson Carter *
Private William Thomas Chaldecott
Private Henry T. Chater
Signalman John Christy
Elizabeth (née O'Connor) Clarke, bur. Co. Wexford
Private George Frederick Cole
Private Arthur C. Colegate *
Private William Henry R. Colwill
Private Edward Conlon *
Private Horace Cook
Margaret Cooke, bur. Co. Tipperary
Lance-Sergeant Michael Cooke
Private John Corrigan
Lance-Corporal James Coughlan
Private John Coyne
Lieut. Sydney George Crawford
Corporal Dennis Creedon
Air Mechanic William Crichton *
Private Frank Crompton *
Private Joseph Cronin *
Private Robert Cross *
Private Alexander Cruickshanks
Fred Crystal, of Sligo
Private John Charles Cummings
Sapper Thomas Hewson Curtis
D. 33 names
Charles Frederick Daft, snr [1864-1918]
Charles Frederick Daft, jnr [1892-1918]
Peter Paul Daly Post Office
John Harold Deacon Dawson
Ella De Burg Dwyer
Rose De Pury,
governess to the two Blackburne children
Private Albert Sydney Dean *
Sergeant William Demaine *
Mrs. Elsie Dene,
John Dewar Post Office
Private William D. Dillingham *
Margaret Dillon V.A.D. Nurse
Corporal John Docherty
John Dolan Post Office
Private Michael Dolan
Lieut. Christopher Patrick Domegan *
Lance-Corporal Thomas Dooley
Private Samuel Owen Donnelly *
Private Arthur Patrick Double *
Private R. Dowdle
Lance-Corporal Augustus Frederick Doyle *
Lieut. Henry Thomas Doyle *
Margaret Evelyn Doyle, of Dublin
Thomas Doyle, of Dublin
Private Dennis Driscoll
Mrs. A. Dudgeon
Major Charles William Duggan
Private James Duller **
Private William Duncan
Private Edward R. Dunne *
Private John Dysart *
E. 18 names.
Sick Berth Attendant Arthur Eade *
Gunner Patrick Earley **
Private George William Earrey
Corporal Samuel Eddy *
Private Thomas S. Elkins *
Mrs. Elizabeth Ellam
Private James Elliot
Private George Stringer Ellis
Reuben Ellis Cork
Reuben Ellis, Cork, grandson
Lance-Corporal Francis James Elms **
Private Frederick J. Emblein *
Thomas Louis Esmonde *
Private Charles J. Evans *
Ella (née Beamish) Evans
Charles Gregory Evans
F. 21 names.
Teresa M. Fannin V.A.D. Nurse
Private Patrick Faughlin
Dr. Thomas Fennessy, of Waterford
Edwin George Ferber, of Dublin
Corporal William Finch *
Private James Maurice Finleon *
Private Edward Finnion
Private David Fisher
Sergeant William Henry Fishwick
Lieut. John Desmond Fitzgerald
Private Martin Flaherty *
Alice Fleming, of London
Charlotte (née Barrett) Foley *
and her husband
Patrick Forbes Post Office
Company Quarter Master Alfred Ford *
Lieut. Cecil George Ford
Sergeant Edmund Valentine Freeman
Lance-Corporal Peter Freitas *
Louisa Frend, of Co. Limerick
Virginia Maud (née Carter) Frizell, of Holyhead
G. 27 names.
Private Angus Galbraith *
Corporal John Joseph Patrick Gallivan *
Private Jim Gambles
Private William Reginald Gardiner
Rifleman Felix Gartland
Private James Gibson
Mary Gibson, Co. Kerry
Corporal Wheeler James Gilbert
Private Patrick Gilligan *
Corporal Robert Albert Gilmore
Mrs. Marion Glynn, of Kent
Christine Sophia Goodman of Liverpool *
Private Alfred John Gordelier
Mrs. Catherine Gould
George Graham, of Cork
Private Joseph Grattan *
Lieut. Arthur Frederick Gray
Private P. Griffin *
Lieut. Donald Stodart Gwyn M.C. *
Private Frank Ernest Gyde
H. 53 names.
Private Edmund Thomas Marcel Hailwood *
Private Robert Henry Hall
Lieut. William Stephen Hall *
Private Patrick Halligan
Lady Alexandra Phyllis Hamilton London
Private Arthur Hampton *
Lance-Corporal Harold Hanna
Private Craven Harling
Lieut. Thomas Walter Harrison
Lieut. Basil Haye *
Gunner Edward Hayes *
Private John Hayes
Elizabeth Healy, of Tralee, Co. Kerry
John Hearn, New Ross
Mr. Hearn, Kildare
Mrs. Hearn, Kildare
Private William Henry Hedges
Lieut. Thomas H. Hedworth
Shoeing Smith Corporal Timothy Heenan
Private Robert Henderson *
Private Robert Arthur Hendry
Bombadier Abraham Joseph Herman
Lance-Corporal Arthur Hewitt
Private Leonard Hewitt *
Private James Hickman
Cadet Francis Edward Higgerty **
Private Thomas Higgins *
Private Joseph Hill *
Letitia Harriett (née Crawford) Hill
Private Tom Hiscock *
Sapper Charles John Hitchcock *
Elizabeth Hobson, Kingstown
Lieut. Nathaniel James F. Hobson
Private John Hogan
Quarter Master Joseph Leo Hogan **
Michael Hogan Post Office
Private Joseph Honan **
Private Alfred Ray Horner *
Lieut. Frank Horton
Gunner Fred Hough *
Corporal Peter Howard *
Henrietta Alice Howell, Co. Cork
Ida Wigmore Howell, Co. Cork
Able Seaman James Hughes
Sergeant Major Frank Hullay *
Private Albert Edward Hunt *
Major Archibald Hunter *
Private Isaac James Hustwitt named by CWGC as Hustwith *
Private William Herbert Hutchinson **
Private George Hyett
Clare Hynes, of Clare
I. 1 name.
J. 9 names.
Private N. Jackson
Mrs. Helen Maude Jameson
Mrs. Mary Ann Johnson
Sarah L. Johnson, of Portobello, Scotland
Anthony Jones of Waterville, Student Telegraphist
Dorothy May Jones V.A.D. Nurse
Private Herbert Stanton Jones *
Private Richard Jones **
Leading Stoker Michael Joyce
K. 13 names.
Private Thomas Kearney
Corporal Thomas Kellaway
Private Edward Kelly
Private Thomas Kelly
Private Christopher Kenny *
Robert Keown *
Robert Reid Kerr of Ingatestone, Essex.
Private William Kerrigan
Alfred Curzon King
Mrs. Alice Kingsmith *
Private John Kinsella
Lance-Corporal Frederick William Lawrence Knuckey
also noted in Australia at
Lance-Corporal Frederick William Lawrence Knuckey
L. 25 names.
Lieut. Alexander Lamont *
Sapper Patrick Lane
Private Samuel Langfield
Seaman Martin Langley
Lieut. Francis Patrick Laracy
Private J. Larner
Private Frederick William Laws *
Leading Seaman George Leatherbarrow *
Lieut. Percy John Leatherland *
John Ledwidge Post Office
Private George Frederick Lee
Private James Joseph Lee *
Captain Robert Ernest Lee *
Private A. Lewis
Private Albert Lewis
William John Lewis
Private Thomas Limbert
Sergeant W. Little
Captain Harold Locke
Private Albert Henry Lott **
Private John Loughlin
Lance-Corporal John Williams Lundy *
Private George Lutton **
Private John Lynch
Patrick Lynch, Cork
M. 55 names.
Mrs. Edwin MacDonald
Alfred Thomas McDonnell Post Office
Corporal Thomas McAuley *
Private Patrick McBrien
Driver Thomas McCabe *
Alderman James McCarron, Derry **
Private Augustine McCarthy
Private Andrew McCartney
Sergeant Clarence E. McDermid
Private John McDonnell *
Jonathan McGrath, Cork
Lieut. Joseph Francis McIntosh *
Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant Duncan McKellar *
Violet Adeline [née Haxby] McKenna **
RQMS Samuel Walter McKenna **
Sergeant James McLean *
Lizzie McLynn, of Sligo
James McManus, of Ranelagh and Walsall
Rifleman Robert J. McMullan
Clare Eleanor McNally V.A.D. Nurse **
Private Robert Mack
Sergeant Donald Macleod
Private Henry William Maddock
Nora T. Malone, of Tralee
Private Charles Marsh *
Shoeing Smith James Matthews
Harriett Fanny Maxwell, London
William Maxwell Post Office
Staff Sergeant Frederick George Megroff *
Nurse Henrietta Mellett *
Lieut. Norman Mellor **
Philip Thomas Michael *
Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant Vivian Leopold Mildred
Captain Edward Ramsay Milne **
Sergeant George Wright Mole
Driver Thomas Monahan *
Private William Mooney
Private George Moore *
Private Richard Temple Moore *
Nurse Mollie Morley, of Cork and Sheffield
R.W. Morrison, of Sligo and Cape Town S.A.
Ellen Eliza (née Grimdale) Mosse *
and her husband
Colonel William Oliver Matless Mosse *
Philip Mulhall, of Holyhead
Private George William Mulholland *
Amy Isabel Murphy, of Clonmel,
Chrissie Murphy, of Tralee
Eliza Jane Murphy, of Clonmel
Captain Michael Murphy **
Patrick Murphy Post Office
Private William Murphy
Bernard Raphael Murray Student Telegraphist, Kerry
Florence Sophia Musgrave
Frances Anne Musgrave
Corporal Alfred Myles
N. 2 names.
Private John George Nixon
Petty Officer James Nyhan
O. 12 names.
Maggie O'Beirne, of Dublin
Private Philip O'Brien **
Corporal Michael O'Connor *
Patrick O'Connor, of Charleville, Cork
Nurse Margaret O'Grady, of Clare and Mitcham
Nurse May O'Grady, of Clare and Mitcham
Private Robert O'Grady
Private Alfred O'Halloran *
Lance-Corporal William Francis O'Mahony *
May T. O'Rowe, of Richmond Surrey
Nurse Julia O'Shaughnessy *
Private John T. Oakleigh *
P. 19 names.
Private Harry J. Page
Sergeant A. W. Pankhurst *
William John Pasker Post Office *
Sergeant Alfred Patch
Richard Patterson Post Office
Private Richard Pearson
Private Joseph Pendleton an alias for J. Verner, below *
Private John Thomas Phillips
Sergeant Alfred George Phillpott
Mrs. Minnie Philpott
Private Harold Pickles
Yeoman Herbert Robert Pilgrim *
Sheelah Isabel Mary Plunkett *
Private Alexander Pomfret *
Private Percy Power *
Private Thomas Walker Prichard *
Private Samuel William Probert *
Company Sergeant Major Thomas Prosser *
Q. 2 names
Private Robert Quinn *
Shoeing Smith Henry William Quinsey
R. 17 names.
Lieut. Lindsay Leon C. de Cram Marsham Rae
[b. 1892. m. 1912, Maude Heilbuth]
Private James Joseph G. Ratcliffe
Private George Rayner *
Private Thomas Reilly *
Sapper John Riordan
Lizzie Riordan, of Dunmanway
James Roberts *
Private Alexander B. Robertson
Sergeant James Voy Robertson *
Private Maurice Roche *
Sergeant Walter Thomas Rogers
Sergeant John Alvord Rose *
John Ross, of Clontarf
Mary Thirza Rowe, of Kew Gardens
Private David Rowlands
Captain Samuel Louis Rozelaar
Alfred Ruddel, of W. & R. Jacobs Ltd.
S. 32 names.
Private William James Alexander Salton *
Mrs. Frances Saunders
Florence Scroope *
Sergeant Charles Self
J. Shaw Jones, of Southend on Sea
Private Hugh Sheerin
Private Harry Sheerman
Private James Sheldon
Private Samuel Sheils *
Private Sidney Singleton
Lieut. William James Singleton *
Private Elmer Garnet Skinner
Lieut. Victor Frederick Sloper **
Private David Allen Grant Smith *
Private John Smith *
Private Michael E. Smith *
Private William M. Smith
Leslie Southam, of Birmingham
Margaret Sparks, of London
Private William Henry Standing *
Sister Winifred Starling Q.A.I.M.N.S.
"Marion Stephen" *
Private Nicholas Richard Stephens *
Ellenor Strachan, London
Petty Officer George Edward Francis Stokes
Private Leslie Storer
Private John Edward Stott **
Private James Sullivan
Private Arthur Sumner
Lance-Corporal John Sutton
Captain George William Swanson
Private C. W. Sweeney
T. 13 names.
Chief Mach. Mate Roderick Perry Taylor US Navy**
Private Ezekiel Thomas *
Sergeant James Thomas *
Private Albert Thompson *
Driver Robert Thompson *
Private Thomas Boyd Thompson **
Sir William Thompson, of Dublin
[Registrar General for Ireland]
Mrs. Pugia Thornton
Private Percy William Thurston
Private William Till
Corporal Thomas Tolladay
Pioneer Edward Travis
Private Thomas H. Turner
U. 3 names.
Sergeant John Robert Unsworth *
V. 1 name.
Frank Vaughan, of Liverpool
Private Joseph Verner served as J. Pendleton, above
W. 34 names.
Private George Walker *
Private Thomas Walker *
Private William Walker
Lieut. John Buckridge Wallis *
Joseph Walsh, of Co. Sligo
Sergeant Owen Ward, RIC, of Ennis, Co. Clare
Maud Elizabeth Ward, of Peterborough
Driver Boyer Allen Ware
Sapper Fredrick Watkins *
Private Walter Watson *
Lydia Maria Webb, of Sussex
Lance-Corporal Reuben John Wells *
Admin Asst. May Westwell Military Nurse *
Private Percy Whalley *
Able Seaman David White
Corporal Joseph George White
Private Thomas Harry White
Private Claude Whitlam **
Sergeant [John] G. Whittaker *
Private Cyril Wiggins
Robert Wilde, of Dundalk
Corporal Harold Wilkinson **
Lieut. Percy Walter Wilks *
Mrs. Edith Catherine Wilks of Watford *
Corporal John Williams *
Private Thomas Percy Baker Williams
Private Jack Williamson
Captain Frank Thomas Winterbourne *
Corporal E. Withington *
Lance-Corporal George Wood *
Private Thomas Joseph Woodgate *
Lance-Corporal R. C. Woodhouse
Elizabeth Woodhouse, Of Grafton St. Dublin
Fanny (née McCalman) Wookey *
X. Y. Z.
Number of identified casualties:
Memorials to date: 401
Memorials to be created: 102
R.M.S. Leinster Crew Survivors
Harry J. Addison, Second Officer
Richard Baker, 3rd Steward
N. Brett, 3rd Steward
John Brown, Fireman
Thomas Carraher, Fireman
Mary Coffey, Chief Stewardess
Philip Connolly, Greaser
Tom Connolly, Cabin Boy
Patrick Crangle, First Officer, d. 1925
Lawrence Crowe, Seaman
Thomas Deegan, 3rd Steward
Thomas Donnelly, 3rd Steward
John Donohue, Leading Fireman
John Flood, Second Steward
William Griffith, Cabin Boy
Patrick Horan, 3rd Steward
Christopher Hynes, Greaser
Robert Jones, Fireman
William Thomas Jones, 5th Engineer
Laurence Kearns, Fireman
John Lacey, Seaman
Percy Lamble, Fireman
Llewellyn Lewis, Chief Steward
Robert James Lewis, Second Cook
Michael Loughlin, Officer's Steward
Patrick Loughlin, Seaman
William Maher, Fireman
John Merrigan, Seaman
Robert Michael, 2nd Engineer
John O'Connor, 3rd Steward
Hugh Owen, Seaman
William Pritchard, Fireman
William Sweeney, Assistant Purser, d. 1979.
William R. Thomas, Under Steward
Elias R. Williams, Seaman
Hugh Williams, Seaman
John Joseph Williams, Cabin Boy
John Williams, 3rd Steward
Military Survivors. This list is taken from
"Torpedoed", by Philip Lecane.
Lieut.-Col. Aveline, Royal Berks. Regt.
Commander W. T. Baggott, Royal Navy
Captain R. Ball, RAMC
Private M. Barnes, A.S.V.
Seaman P. Barnier, U.S. Navy
Miss Barry, WREN
Flight-Sergeant. Barton, Air Force
Lance-Corporal A. Beckett, King's (Liverpool Regt.)
Private J. Bedall, Royal Welch Fus.
Gunner W. Brennan, A.A.C.?
Lance-Corporal F. Budgeon, Essex Yeo.
Corporal J. Burt, Ayrshire Yeo.
Private M. Byrne, RASC
Sergeant Calvert, K. O. Y. L. I.
Lieut. J. Campbell, Scottish Horse
Private B. Clapham, Yorkshire Hussars
Lieut. J. Craig Carlisle, Mch. Gun Corps
Private A. Corner, Westmld. & Cumberld. Yeo.
Private Crawford, Royal Irish Rifles
Lieut.-Col. Crosbie, Unknown service
Major Louis Dominick Daly, DSO
Private Danby, RAMC
Private E. Dane, West Kent Yeo.
Private J. G. Delaney, 7th(Queen's Own)Hussars
Sergeant T. Denny U.S. Army
Private J. Dillon, Connaught Rangers
Private J. Donoghue, Royal Irish Rifles
Private J. Doyle, Royal Defence Corps.
Lance-Corporal S. Doyle, Royal Engineers
Corporal W. Dudley, Royal Welch Fus.
Private P. Duffy, Suffolk Regt.
Daniel Dwyer, U.S. Navy
Private Emmerson, East Riding Yeo.
Lieut. C. Emmett, Argyll & Suth. Hlds.
Rifleman P.J. Fahey, New Zealand Army
Lieut. Fife-Miller, Royal Scots Fus.
Lance-Corporal G. P. Finch, London Yeo.
M. Flaherty, Royal Navy
Sergeant-Major Foghill, Yorkshire Hussars
Stoker Patrick Foley, Royal Navy
Private S. Frampton, Essex Regt.
Private W. E. Frost, Royal Welch Fus.
Lieut. T. Gadd, Royal Welch Fus.
Lance-Corporal Gavagan, Argyll & Suth. Hlds.
Private K. Galbraith, Army Pay Corps.
Stoker Gallagher, Royal Navy
Private W. Galls, Canadian Army
Private E. Gibbs, Labour Corps
Private Gillard (Gulland?), RASC
Lieut. C. Green, Argyll. & Suth. Hlds.
Private J. Gryce, Royal Marines
Private Edmund Hailwood, Lancs. Hussars
Private B. Hall, Leinster Regt.
Private Patrick Halligan, Irish Guards
Lieut. G. Halse, New Zealand Army
Private W. Hampson, Lancs. Hussars
Seaman A. B. Hartnett, Royal Navy
Sergeant Hayes, King's (Liverpool Regt.)
Private William Hedges, Essex Regt.
Trimmer William Henry, Navy
Lieut. F. Heyes, Loyal North Lancs. Regt.
Driver Frederick Hopkins, Aust. Army.
Lieut. Hume, R.A.F.
Lieut. B. Jennins, Royal Welch Fus.
Sergeant E. Jackson, King's (Liverpool Regt.)
Corporal M. Jones, Worcestershire Regt.
Sergeant R. Jones, Royal Welch Fus.
Private Kane, Irish Guards
Lance-Corporal J. Keen, New Zealand Army
Private Vincent Knight, Royal Sussex Regt.
Cadet Knox, Air Force.
Lance-Corporal Lawler, King's (Liverpool Regt.)
Private Lawson, Unknown service
Private J. Leonard, Royal Engineers
Corporal T. Lewis, RAMC
Corporal T. Lucas, RAMC
Reporter? K. Lynton, R.N.R.F.
Private Joseph Lyons, Irish Guards
Private C. McArdel, Canadian Army
Stoker McCarthy, Royal Navy
Private J. McCormack, K. O. S. B.
Private B. McDermott, Royal Engineers
Private G. McDower, Canadian Army
Corporal McIssacs, The Black Watch
Sergeant D. McVeigh, King's (Liverpool Regt.)
Private Maigan, Argyll & Suth. Hlds.
?? Maighall, Scottish Horse
Seaman Frank A. Martin, U.S. Navy
Ch. Spec. Mech. James B. Mason, U.S. Navy
Private John Meigan, Australian Army.
J. Monc ?, M.S.C.
Private J. Moore, Mch. Gun Corps
Private James Moore, Australian Army.
Lance-Corporal A. Morgan, Essex Yeo.
D. J. Murphy, U.S. Navy
Nurse Mary Murphy, Qu. Alex. Imp. Nurs. Serv.
Corporal John Murray, Australian Army.
Private Nevin, South Irish Horse
Major Newton, K.O.Y.L.I.
Birdie O'Connor, V. A. D. Nurse
Sergeant Eugene O'Connor, U.S. Army
Private C. O'Shea, Royal Munster Fus.
Gunner W. Olliver, New Zealand Army
Private A. Owens, Duke of Lanc. Own Yeo.
Corporal Page, Royal Welch Fus.
Lance-Corporal Pannett ?, London Yeo.
Lieut. Hugh Love Parker, Cameron Highlds.
Signaller Pearson, Canadian Army
Seaman C. Pelew ?, Royal Navy
Petty Officer W. Penney, Royal Marines
Private T. Prinket, RASC
Carpenter's Mate J. Rafferty, U.S. Navy
Private V. Rennis, Scottish Horse
Major Reynolds, Canadian Army
Sergeant T. Reynolds, Rifle Brigade
Private Richmond, New Zealand Army
Private Ridway, Shropshire Light Inf.
Lance-Corporal Michael Roach, Australian Army
Private E. Roberts, RASC
Private H. Roche, Royal Munster Fus.
Private Rugmer, Air Force
Master Mariner G. Russell, U.S. Navy
Private Runnung ?, Scottish Horse
Lieut. Rupert ?, Royal Defence Corps
Lieut. Sargent, Cheshire Regt.
Bandmaster B. Scott, Royal Garrison Art.
Private W. Scully, Labour Corps
Private F. Smith, Lincolnshire Regt.
Private G. Somers, Royal Wiltshire Terr.
Private Spacey, 1st Res. Cavalry Regt.
Private Percy Taylor, Scottish Horse
Engineer H. Twidale, Royal Navy
Private Varley, RAOC
Sapper B. Vesper, Royal Engineers
Private George Walker, Duke of Lanc. Own Yeo.
Private T. Walker, Air Force
Miss Maureen Waters, WREN
Private W. Wood, RASC
Private J. Woods, Labour Corps
Private A. Yates, Worcestershire Regt.
Private Young, Royal Irish Rifles
James Billington, of Wexford
Emily Beatrice (née Jones) Blackburne,
Wife of Charles, mother of Beatrice and Charles
Alice Blacker-Douglas, of Killiney, Co. Dublin.
Anna (née Ferguson) Carlisle, of Rathgar, Dublin.
and her husband of 5 days,
Lieut. J. Craig Carlisle.
B.W. Cavill, of Kent
Arthur Cohen, of Glasgow.
Elizabeth Costello, of Dunmore, Co. Galway.
A.W. Cramshaw, War Office, London
J. H. Cropper, of Maghull, Lancashire.
Cora Helen Mary [née England] Daly, of Blackrock, Cork.
[aged 30, married 2 days to Major Louis Dominic Daly]
Dorothy N. Davey.
Hannah Dee, of Camden Buildings, Dublin.
Mr. De Molens,
Edward Donohue, of Manchester.
Mrs. A. Dudgeon.
Catherine Earlie, of Drewsbury.
John Enthwistle, of Manchester.
Susan Fahy, of Castlerea, Co. Roscommon.
Essie Gould, of Limerick
Her mother and 5 siblings died.
Hilda Ball Greene, of Greystones, Co. Wicklow.
Ann Hackett, of Hampstead, London.
Patrick Healy, of Mallow, Co. Cork.
John William Hearn, of Kildare
both of his parents died.
Nora Henry, of Sligo.
John Joseph Higgins, Post Office.
Mary J. Hoare (later Mrs. Buckley).
Rev. James Hoey.
John Hood, of King's Norton, Leicestershire.
Timothy Horgan, Innishannon, Co. Cork.
Robert Francis Hurndall, aged 3, son of Maj. Frank Hurndall
Michael Joyce, M.P. for Limerick
Patrick Kelleher, of Cork.
Laura Lalor, of Clonskeagh, Dublin.
Ivy Lastuck, of Manchester.
John McCarthy, of Kinsale, Co. Cork
and his brother
Thomas McCarthy, of Kinsale, Co. Cork.
Mrs. McDermid, of Driffield.
Mrs. Mallin, of Dublin.
Francis Paget Osborne, of Drogheda, Co. Louth.
Lucy Agnes (nee Harrington) Plunkett
Nellie Prendergast, of Tralee, Co. Kerry.
Maud (née Heilbuth) Marsham Rae,
Wife of Lindsay Marsham Rae
Thomas T. Richards.
Kapitanleutnant Kurt Tebbenjohanns [P.O.W.]
Dorothy Toppin, and her mother
Miss M. Tuzard, of Weymouth.
Frederick W. Vereker.
Total number of survivors 197
Grangegorman Military Cemetery
County Dublin, Ireland
Plot: RMS Leinster wreck site: 5 nautical miles due east of the Kish Bank Lighthouse in Dublin Bay
GPS (lat/lon): 53.18889, -5.4781
Created by: John O'Grady
Record added: Oct 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99298118
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