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British Military Graveyard
Ballincollig, County Cork, Ireland

Submitted by Anne Donaldson Mar 07, 2011, last edited Apr 07, 2011 [adonaldson@iol.ie]. Total records = 345.

Ballincollig town is north of the bypass road from Cork to Killarney, 6 miles (10km) west of Cork City on the River Lee. From Main Road, through Eastgate (beside ALDI) first right into small housing estate 'Mill Range', diagonally across behind high walls. (Yew trees visible).

This cemetery was established as part of the building of an army barracks in Ballincollig which opened in 1815 and closed on Irish independence in 1920. The Irish army used the barracks, but not the graveyard, from 1939 c.1997.

Ownership of the cemetery is in dispute. It is probably the British Army. However the Irish Office of Public Works, (OPW), 14, Old Blackrock Road, Cork takes care of it and has a key.

Condition of the cemetery is quite good. Some headstone inscriptions are faded.

This was compiled from tombstone inscriptions, sexton records, previous transcriptions, inscriptions made in 1990s by Henchion and Rice, Church of Ireland record books, Carrigrohane, (now at the representative Church Body Library in Dublin), Death Certificates from National records of Ireland, Contacts made informally with army museums and county records in UK, Local papers especially The Constitution.

This is a pretty comprehensive compilation. However, some individuals have appeared since the book was published of which I have no record or at least proof of record. Book: British Military Graveyard, 1810 1922, Ballincollig, Co. Cork, Ireland. Ballincollig Enterprise Board. 2003.

Richard Henchion and Leslie Rice assisted me reading the gravestones, and I did the transcribing and cross checking data. Compiled in 2001/2.

- Anne Donaldson

Adams, Mary, d. 10 Jul 1825, age: child, parents, Adams & Catherine Adams, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner
Adamson, Thomas, d. 19 Apr 1892, age: 29y 2m, 13th Hussars, Private, Wm. Bell Abode: Ballincollig
Anderson, George, d. 16 May 1888, age: 37, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, Private, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Archer, David, d. 3 Apr 1848, age: 19y, parents, Edward & Margaret Archer, 8th Kings Royal Irish Hussars, Private, (David), parents
Armitage, William, d. 3 May 1835, 4th Dragon Guards, (Royal Irish), Corporal
Armstrong, Sarah, d. 31 Mar 1829, husband, Sgt. Major Armstrong, Police, Sergeant Major
Arnold, Catherine, d. 25 May 1845, Sgt Arnold, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Sergeant
Atkins, Thomas, d. 22 Dec 1870, age: 24y, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private, comrades, 'met a melancholy death by falling from a car proceeding from Cork to Ballincollig' buried 20/12/1870, Heavy rain flooding and ice storms reported for around Christmas 1870, Constitution 20/12/1870
Attenborough, John, d. 5 Sep 1880, age: 42, Canon Maguire PP Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Aungier, Robert, d. 13 Oct 1863, age: 2 year, father, Sgt Major Aungier, Royal Artillery, Sergeant Major, born 25/03/1861
Bailey, Mary Ann, d. 13 Mar 1866, age: 10w, father, Corp. Bailey, Corporal
Bain, William, d. 20 Nov 1831, Royal Artillery, Farrier
Baker, Richard Golding, d. 14 Jan 1863, age: 4 m, parents, John & Mary Baker, Royal Artillery, Sergeant, born 25/09/1862 buried 14/01/1863
Baker, Thomas William, d. 23 Oct 1899, age: 5 m, Father, Thomas Baker, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Staff Sergeant Farrier, S. Stewart Stitt? MA ACF Abode, Ballincollig
Barford, Harriet, d. 4 May 1872, age: 29y, husband, Royal Artillery, Driver, Book signed by Rev Aldworth Abode Ballincollig
Barker, Margaret, d. 16 Nov 1839, age: child, father, G. Barker?, Gunner
Barnes, Matthew, d. 12 Dec 1860, age: 27, Royal Garrison Artillery, No. 2 Battalion, 9, Coast Brigade, Driver, N.C officers and men of No. 2 Battalion etc, 'died at Ballincollig'
Bastard, Edward, d. N/A no date, age: child, parents, James G & Louis. Elkington Bastard, 17th Lancers, Surgeon, unusual name could also read Bastardson. No surgeons listed in 1896 army list.
Bednall, Joseph, d. 5 Feb 1833, age: 28, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Sergeant, his brother non Commissioned officers, Nice verse for ceremony, 'much regretted by the officers, non Commission. officers..."" He served 9 year. in the regiment. buried 06/02/1823
Bevan, James, d. 28 Jan 1836, 3rd Light Dragoons, Private
Bexon, John, d. 15 Mar 1820, Royal Artillery, 8th Battalion, Major Mylers Company, Gunner
Bishop, Fred Thomas, d. 29 Nov 1862, age: 1year 2m, father, Bishop, Royal Artillery, 8th Brigade, Lieutenant Riding master, died 26/11/1862
Bishop, William George, d. 24 Nov 1862, age: 2y 5m, father, Bishop, Royal Artillery, 8th Brigade, Lieutenant Riding master, died 21/11/1862.
Blackwell, Benjamin, d. 16 Jul 1890, age: 21y, 3rd Hussars, (The KIng Own Hussars), Private, Fred. Dobbin, Abode, Ballincollig
Bompton, Edward Herbert, d. 6 Aug 1878, age: 3y 2m, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Bonniseau, Jean, d. 17 Oct 1882, age: 52 y, Royal Scots Greys. 2nd Dragoons, Bandmaster, metal Celtic cross
Bouchier, Bombardier, d. 7 Mar 1822, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Bombardier
Boulton, James, d. 19 May 1876, age: 25 y, F. Bird, Abode: Ballincollig
Bowan, Barnabas, d. 22/07 1832, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Accidentally drowned while bathing in the River Lee. May be in July as entered in records after the July 19th entry also a drowning John Collins
Bowling, no name, d. 30 Dec 1827, Sgt. Bowling, City 0f Cork Militia Staff, Sergeant
Boyde, Hugh, d. 14 Nov 1827, age: child, father, Gunner & Driver Boyde, Royal Artillery, 8th Battalion, Major Mylers Company, Gunner & Driver
Brady, Thoma, d. 18 May 1821, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner
Brampton, Jame, d. 3 Apr 1874, age: 1m 3d, Rev. Dorman Abode: Ballincollig
Bridge, Martha, d. 11 Sep 1817, husband, Samuel Bridge, Royal Artillery, 8th Battalion, Major Mylers Company, Gunner
Bridgeman, Amelia, d. 19 Jul 1863, age: 5d, father, Gun Bridgeman, Gunner, born 06/08/1862 died 29/08/1863
Brittain, Alfred Henry, d. 13 Feb 1882, age: 3m 18d, father, Trumpeter Alfred Brittain, Royal Scots Guards, Trumpeter, born 28/10/1877 died 15/02/1882 buried by Geo. Smith, Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Brown, Abraham, d. 18 Feb 1871, age: 60 y, Superior Barrack Sergeant, of Ballincollig
Brown, William, d. 28 Nov 1828, age: child, father, Richard Brown, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private
Brunt, Pte., d. 28 Aug 1836, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private
Buckley, John, d. 16 Mar 1832, age: child, father, William Buckley, Ordnance Hospital, Steward
Buckley, William, d. 27 Jan 1833, age: 64 year, Ordnance Hospital, Hospital Steward
Burnett, Thomas, d. 29 Jan 1882, age: 26y, father, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, Private, M. Kerr?, acting Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Burry, Mary Joyce, d. 8 Oct 1911, age: 11w, father, John Barry, Royal Field Artillery, Sergeant, Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Butler, Walter, d. 30 Sep 1903, age: 36, Manchester Regiment. late of Lancashire, Lieutenant & Quarter Master, Died suddenly, Buried by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane on 02/10/1903 Abode: Ballincollig. IGI show a few entries for 1866/7. Not listed in 1903 army list
Buxton, George, d. 15 Nov 1832, age: 13m, father, Richard. Buxton, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales)
Buxton, Richard, d. 9 Jan 1833, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales)
Byartt, Annie, d. 8 Jan 1895, age: 41y, husband, Lieut. William Byartt, 10th Royal Huzzars, (Prince of Wales Own), Quarter Master Sergeant, regimental, ? husband, 'fell asleep at Ballincollig' Stone erected by D. Murphy, White St. buried by C. E. Scott on 11/01/1895. Not in 1896 army list.
Byrne, Thomas, d. 18 Jun 1873, age: 43 y, Royal Artillery, Farrier Sergeant, Canon Maguire, chaplain Abode, Ballincollig
Calvert, Infant, d. 10 Mar 1844, age: infant, Sgt. Major Calvert, 2nd Dragoon Guards, (Queen Bays), Sergeant Major
Cannon, William Frederick, d. 15 Aug 1914, age: 1year 6m, parents, Sgt. & Nellie Cannon, Royal Field Artillery, Sergeant, Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Carline, Henry, d. 20 Sep 1851, age: 49 y, 6th Dragoon Guards, (Carbineers), Asst surgeon, brother officers, died at Ballincollig. 13 year. asst surgeon of the Carbineers. Army list, Asst Surgeon Carline, 6. Dragoon Guards, listed in deaths 1852 Army list. p.126. 1850 Army List, p. 126, 24year. service on full pay, 2 months on half pay, appointed Hospital assistant 31 Aug. 1826. Assistant surgeon 28 Sep. 1826.
Carlyle, Thomas, d. 25 Dec 1849, age: 40, 12th Royal Lancers, (Prince of Wales), Troop Farrier, his comrade farriers
Carvosso, George Ernest, d. 20 Jun 1885, age: 10m, father, 11th (Prince Albert Own) Hussars, Sergeant Major, Fred. Dobbin, Abode, Ballincollig, ??Anne Greene related to Robert James Green d. 24th Aug. 1885
Caustin, George, d. 7 Jun 1865, age: 31, Royal Artillery, 8 Brigade, E Battalion, Driver, NCOs, Gunners, drivers of E Battalion, 8th Brigade etc, died after a short but very severe illness of 3 days. A George caustin m. Elizabeth Dadsor at East barming, Kent 17/10/1831. ? parents.
Cheeseman, William, d. 6 Dec 1899, age: 20y 5m, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Private, S. Stewart Stitt? MA ACF Abode, Ballincollig
Childs, Samuel, d. 22 Jun 1908, age: 30y, Private, No. 4717 B. Commissiononwealth Graves, Died in Military Hospital: Buried by Rev. J. Gordon Julian, Rector of Athnowen. Age given on register as 32year. Abode, Ballincollig
Clarke, Agnes, d. 3 Oct 1901, age: 8y, parents, Chas. & Agnes Clarke, 17th Royal Lancers (Duke of Cambridge Own), Lieutenant & Quarter Master, ?parents, Says ""dearly loved children"" only one name given. Charles appointed Quartermaster to the regiment21/12/1892. source, 'Death or Glory'. Listed as Quarter Master in 1897 Army List, p. 159.1896 army list, p. 159, 4year. as quartermaster on fullpay, Hon. 2nd Lieut. 21 Dec 1892. Served in Zulu War of 1879, present in the engagements at Zinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with clasp).
Clegg, Mary Ann, d. 30 Mar 1874, age: 11w, Sergeant, Rev. Dorman Abode: Ballincollig
Clifton, Frederick, d. 22 Mar 1881, age: 23, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Cline, William, d. 17 Jan 1840, age: child, father, W. Cline, Captain Stephens Company, Bombardier
Cogan, Sgt., d. 17 Mar 1825, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company.
Coles, Emma, d. 8 Feb 1874, age: 1y, father, Gunner, Rev Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Collins, John, d. 19 Jul 1832, Royal Artillery, 8th Battalion, Major Mylers Company, Unfortunately drowned while bathing in the River Lee.
Collins, William, d. 24 Jun 1891, age: 26 y, 3rd Hussars, (The KIng Own Hussars), Private, W. Bell Abode: Ballincollig
Connor, Ernest, d. 1 Feb 1881, age: 3y 4m, father, Henry A Connor, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Fencing Lieutenant or Sgt?, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Connor, Geo., d. 9 Nov 1814, Royal Artillery, Conductor of Stores
Cook, Charlie, d. 29/02 1916, age: 19y, parents, Richard & Harriet Cook, Royal Field Artillery, 30th Battalion ery, Gunner, Buried 03/03/1915 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane, Death register index has 19year. deleted and 20year. given as age: Died in Military Hospital Ballincollig.
Cook, John, d. 11 Jun 1827, age: child, father, Sgt. Cook, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Sergeant
Cook, Joseph, d. 3 Jun 1827, age: child, father, Sgt. Cook, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Sergeant
Cooker, James, d. 19/10 1826, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company.
Cooper, Mary Ann, d. 9 May 1862, age: 12m, parents, John & Margaret Cooper, Gunner, died 06/05/ 1862
Cooper, Samuel, d. 20 Jan 1888, age: 22y, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, Corporal, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Cordell, Herbert Stanley, d. 26 Nov 1901, age: 1year 8m, parents, Herbert & Helena Cordell, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Sergeant Major, ?parents, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Craig, ??, d. 4 Jan 1817, parents, Joseph & Jane Craig, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Crawford, Jame, d. 23 Sep 1835, 3rd Light Dragoons, Private
Currin, John, d. 4 Jan 1817, age: child, parents, John & Mary Currin, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Gunner
Davidge, William Henry, d. 5 Feb 1889, age: 1y 5m, father, Edward Davidge, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, Shoe Smith?, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Dennis, Richard, d. 8 Apr 1871, age: 33y, Bombardier, Check Geo Harris entry
Dignam, Wm, d. 16/01 1844, age: 3y 6m, father, Jas. Dignam, Royal Artillery, Gunner, parents, grave top missing, Buried 18/01/1844, 3year. 10m in Bk 1
Dixon, John Charles, d. 2 Aug 1917, age: 54 y, D.C.M Royal Field Artillery, 28th Reserve, Battery Quarter Master, Wargraves Commission, No. 508, 39424 Battery, Q.M.S. Buried 04/08/1917 by Edward Gibbingss, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig Barracks
Dogherty, Elizabeth, d. 22 Feb 1822, Husband, John Dogherty, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner
Done, Enoch, d. 26 Aug 1915, Royal Field Artillery, 28th Battalion, Driver, Wargraves Commission.
Dowds, Barny, d. 16 Jan 1817, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Gunner
Downes, George, d. 5 Jun 1825, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner & Driver
Dowse, Lloyd, d. 20 Dec 1847, age: 60 y, Royal Artillery, Colonel, 1846 Army List, Lloyd Dowse 41 year. service, fullpay, 1 year 3m. half pay, 2nd Lieutenant 29 Sep 1803, First Lieutenant 3 July 1803, Captain 16 May 1815, Brevet Major 10 Jan 1837, Regimental Lieutenant Col 23 Nov 1841. Retired on Half pay 16 May 1815, Capt.. 3 Aug 1829, 1833 Army List. p. 318. 1820 list, p. 307, 16 May 1815 Captain, placed on half pay 1 Feb 1819, 1850 list, Lieutenant Dowse death listed.
Drummond, Peter, d. 21 Dec 1836, Collar maker, Died 18/12/1836
Duggan, Mary, d. 9 Oct 1813, husband, Wm Duggan, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Dunne, William, d. 16 Dec 1827, age: child, father, John Dunne, City 0f Cork Militia Staff, middle name added in another hand as?Alkaned
Dutton, John, d. 22 Sep 1833, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Private
Eaves, William, d. 12 Mar 1822, age: child, parents, Thomas & Norah Eaves, Royal Artillery, pensioner
Edwards, Thoma, d. 18 May 1824, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner & Driver
Elkington, Edward, d. 23 Oct 1831, age: child, father, Driver Elkington, 17th Lancers, Driver, See LR 76 Bastard
Elsworth, Charles, d. 23 May 1865, age: 31, parents, Charles & Elizabeth Elsworth, Royal Artillery, 8 Brigade, E Battalion, Gunner, NCOs, Gunners, drivers of E Battalion, 8th Brigade etc, parents Address, Dorsetshire, England.
English, Herbert Victor, d. 17 Jun 1879, age: 3m, father, 19th Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Canteen Sergeant, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Evans, Henry, d. 6 Dec 1823, Royal Artillery, 'of the City of Cork staff', In 1812 an E. Evans and a Ralph Evans were Commissioned officer of the South Cork Light Infantry Militia source www. etc. m grogan.
Ewan, Louisa Anne, d. 31 Aug 1863, father, Driver E Ewan, Royal Artillery, D Battalion, Driver, died 29/08/1863
Fagan, Jame, d. 7 May 1907, age: 36y, 6th Dragoons, Enniskillin Dragoons, officers, non Commissioned officers, Dragoons, and men of the Enniskilling Dragoons, Died at Ballincollig after 21 years service in the Regt. Appears to have joined at age 14year.. IGI give a James Bernard Fagan, born Belfast 18/5/1873. ? same person.
Featherstone, Edward, d. 6 Jul 1901, age: 19y, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Private, Died in River Lee at carrigrohane: J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Ferguson, Sarah, d. 6 Jan 1824, parents, John & Ellen Ferguson, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Sergeant
Finny, Mary, d. 22 Dec 1818, husband, John Finny, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Gunner
Fletcher, John, d. 27 Dec 1814, Royal Artillery, Drivers Corp, na/, Killed in a riot in Ballincolig on Christmas night
Ford, Rose Annie Mary Kate, d. 30 Jan 1876, age: 10m, soldier, Rev. Dobbin Abode: Ballincollig
Forster, William Edward Blake, d. 12 Jun 1915, father, Mr. W. G. Blake Forster, Royal Field Artillery, 29th Reserve Battalion, Temporary 2nd Lieutenant, LR NO 37, ""Wargraves Commission. & family stone, 41, No. 509, Accidentally killed in the execution of his duty at Ballincollig"" Also see 66 for other family grave. Buried 14/06/1915 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig Barracks
Fox, John, d. 18 Apr 1880, age: 8 hours, father, Walter Fox, soldier, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Fraser, Alex, d. 28 Jan 1829, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private
Fraser, Alexander McDonald, d. 9 May 1879, age: 16y 8m, Royal Horse Artillery, B. Battalion, B Brigade, Trumpeter, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Frazer, Margaret, d. 15 Sep 1826, parents, Alex & Jan Frazer, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company.
French, G or J, d. 20 Dec 1884, age: 24 y, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Fuller, Elizabeth, d. 20 Apr 1832, age: 33y, father, John Fuller Barrat, Sergeant, at Ballincollig
Fuller, Elizabeth, d. 20 Apr 1833, age: 42y, husband, John Fuller
Fuller, John, d. 1 Jan 1834, age: 59 y, Barrack Sergeant. Ballincollig
Garrett, Mrs, d. ?/06 1831, husband, Mr. Garrett, City 0f Cork Militia Staff, pensioner
Gibbs, Margaret Alice, d. 4 Nov 1899, age: 26y, Husband, William, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Private, S. Stewart Stitt? MA ACF Abode, Ballincollig
Gillespie, Andrew, d. 26 Aug 1915, age: 26y, parents, Mr & Mrs Wm.. Gillespie, Royal Field Artillery, 4th Battalion, 10th Indian Brigade, 30th Battery, Driver, Wargraves Commission, No 460, 47649 Driver, Died in B. Barracks: Buried 30/08/1915 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane, son Mr.& Mrs. William Gilespie, Belfast.
Gittens, Henry, d. 12 Apr 1871, age: 32, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private, died suddenly after annual swordsmanship competition, buried 15/04/1871, Buried 15/04/1871
Glavister, Sarah E., d. 10 Mar 1870, age: 1year 6m, father, Pte. Glavister, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private, signed by Robt L Holworth
Goldie, Hannah, d. 25 May 1834, age: 3y 6m, parents, Geo., & Hannah Goldie, Sergeant
Good, John, d. 22 May 1837, Hon. Past India Companies Service, John Good Esq. Licentiate. poor and faint writing in records
Gothard, Queenie Amy Constance, d. 23 Aug 1914, age: 4y 9m, father, father, Quarter Master Sergeant, Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Gough, Elizabeth, d. 20 May 1833, age: 13y, parents, John & Mary Gough, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Farrier, ?parents, long verse
Gough, Samuel Mearigan, d. 2 Jan 1842, age: 9y, parents, John & Mary Gough, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Farrier, ?parents, long verse
Gould, Shadrack, d. 2 Mar 1888, age: 33, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, Sergeant, officers and men of his regiment, Statham, act. C.Abode: Ballincollig, born June 1855
Graham, Charle, d. 15 May 1840, Capt. Mark Evans' Company, Gunner & Driver
Graham, Margaret, d. 17 Jun 1827, husband, Rob. Graham, Royal Artillery, Pensioner
Graham, Margaret, d. 5 May 1815, parents, Peter & Mrs Graham, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Grate, William, d. 2 Mar 1822, parents, Joseph & Elinor Grate, Royal Artillery
Green, Corporal, d. 17 Jan 1843, 10th Royal Hussars, (Prince of Wales Own), Corporal
Green, Robert James, d. 15 Aug 1885, age: 1year 4m, mother, Jn. S. Green, 11th (Prince Albert Own) Hussars, Major, Fred Dobbin, James Green, aged 78 found in death registry index Dublin as died 15/08/1885, ?related
Greensill, Mabel Dores, d. 14 Dec 1895, age: 1y 1m, father, G. Greensill, A.M.S, Sergeant, W. Bell Abode: Ballincollig
Guthrie, Pensioner, d. 1 Apr 1825, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, late of the Royal Artillery
Hall, Harry Arthur, d. 16 Jun 1896, age: 31, 12th Royal Lancers Prince of Wales Royal Lancers, Sergeant, his brother, non Commissioned officers, Died while on exercise from Ballincollig Barracks: Buried by Harman on 19/06/1896 Abode: Ballincollig
Hanrahan, Patrick, d. 8 Mar 1874, C. Battery, 4th Battallion RA, Erected by Officer, Non Commission. officers & men of C Battery,4th Battalion, RA as a token of Regard ard and esteem.
Harrington, Anne, d. 21 Oct 1834, age: 30y, father, John Madddin, father, Cross & IHS & 'Requiescat In Pace' on stone
Harris, Alfred, d. 4 Mar 1876, age: 1year 5m, father, A. Harris, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Sergeant, Metal plaque apparently displaced from original site, found near no 60
Harris, Henry, d. 22 Oct 1880, age: 23y, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Harrisson, Jame, d. 20 Apr 1845, age: 42, widow, Mrs Harrisson, Royal Artillery, 'his affected widow', Late of R. Artillery, parish records entered 22/04/1845. pensioner Col. Cruttenden Cook
Hart, Edwin, d. 14 Jun 1836, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner & Driver
Hartnett, Elizabeth, d. 25 Jun 1814, parents, Lieut. Hartnett and his wife, Royal Artillery, Lieutenant
Heatley, John, d. 10 May 1832, Royal Artillery, Bombardier
Hill, Ellen, d. 6 Apr 1877, age: 3 m, father, soldier, F. Bird, Abode: Ballincollig
Hilliard, Jack, d. 14 Nov 1896, age: 18 y, 12th Royal Lancers Prince of Wales Royal Lancers, Private, Harman Abode, Ballincollig
Hills, George Keppel, d. 5 Aug 1877, age: 3d, J. Lough chaplain H.MS Forces, Abode: Barracks Ballincollig
Hiscock, George, d. 23 Dec 1872, age: 37, Rev. Gregg Abode, Ballincollig
Hodge, Wiliam, d. 7 Jul 1831, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Gunner & Driver
Holland, William Martin, d. 2 Jun 1828, father, Gnr. & Drv.Holland, 5th Battalion, Major Brown Company 5, Gunner & Driver
Holt, Anne Lavinia Georgina, d. 17 Dec 1862, age: 3 year 2m, father, James Holt, 8th Brigade, Sergeant, died 14/12/1862
Horton, Emma Maria, d. 29 Dec 1863, father, Farrier Sgt Horton, Royal Artillery, Farrier Sergeant, born 17/07/1862
Houston, Maria, d. 27 Oct 1871, age: 17y, father, 14th King Hussars, Armourer Sergeant, Book signed by Rev Aldworth Abode Ballincollig
Howard, Infant son, d. n/a 1837, father, Pte. Howard, Royal Artillery, 1 Reg. t, Private, details of both deaths entered together after july and before dec. 1837
Howard, Mrs, d. na 1837, Royal Artillery, 1 Reg. t, Private, details of both deaths entered together after july and before dec. 1837
Hoyle, Frederick, d. 3 May 1896, age: 19y, 9th/12th Royal Lancers ""? C. Squadron, Prince of Wales Royal Lancers, Private, officers, non Commissioned of. and men of C. Squadron, Crest 9th/12th Royal Lancers
Huggard, Winifred Maud, d. 4 Dec 1891, age: 19y, 13th Hussars, W. Bell Abode: Ballincollig
Humphreys, Wm, d. 13 Feb 1874, King Dragoon Guards, Sergeant, Erected by his brother non comissioned officers. W.M. Humphreys on stone. Knight Cross on stone
Huston, Jane, d. 6 Oct 1816, parents, A. Cornelius & Johanna Huston, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Bombardier
Hutchinson, John, d. 16 Oct 1899, age: 34, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), E. Troop, Private, 'died at Ballincollig'
Irwin, Anne, d. Jun 24,1819?, age: 74y, grandson in law, I.S Schaw, Royal Artillery, Lieutenant
Irwin, Mrs., d. 26 Jun 1818, son, Revd. H. Irwin, Royal Artillery, chaplain
Irwin, Sarah Jane, d. 4 Dec 1814, father, Srgt. Major Irwin, Royal Artillery, Sergeant Major, Not recorded on Irwin/ Schaw gravestone but would seem to be the same family.
Jackson, Private, d. 10 May 1845, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales)
James, John, d. 22 Mar 1876, age: 4 m, Died at Cork Workhouse, ailor child': F. Bird, Abode: Ballincollig: ailor child' in death Cert.
Jaques, Arthur, d. 4 Dec 1916, age: 40, parents, Zachariah & Ethel Helena Jaques, Royal Field Artillery, 28th Battalion, Sergeant, Wargraves Commission, Wargrave no 461. Sgt. 50050. Buried 06/12/1916 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane. death Reg. istry index Dublinister spells name as 'Jacques' also as 'age 40',
Johnson, Thomas Hewett, d. 13 Mar 1833, age: 22 y, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Coronet & Riding Master, Buried 16/03/1833 age given also as 21 year. Abode, Ballincollig: Apointed Cornet 26/2/1830. Army list,p.122,1833.
Jones, William Henry, d. 13 Jun 1876, age: 6m, father, soldier, F. Bird, Abode: Ballincollig
Karr, John, d. 30 Apr 1821, Royal Artillery, 8th Battalion, Major Mylers Company, Gunner
Keating, John, d. 26 Aug 1838, age: 4y 10m, father, Patrick Keating, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, parents, Patrick Keating
Kelly, Robert, d. 10 Jun 1880, age: 9m, soldier, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Kennedy, William, d. 12 Nov 1826, Royal Artillery, pensioner
Ladd, Thomas, d. 12 Dec 1832, age: 3m, Royal Artillery, Sergeant
Lapham, Eliza, d. 6 Jun 1829, parents, Samuel & Ellen Lapham, 5th Battalion, Major Brown Company 5
Lea, Herbert Ernest, d. 21 Aug 1878, age: 10m, father, 2nd Dragoon Guards, (Queen Bays), Sergeant Major, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Leahy, John, d. 28 May 1863, Royal Artillery H. Battalion, 6th Brigade, Gunner, ?, same gravestone as James Outram
Lee, Amelia, d. 15 Apr 1827, father, Sgt. Lee, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Sergeant
Lee, Elizabeth, d. 17 Apr 1833, age: 14m, father, Geo. Lee, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Private
Lennox, Maria, d. 19 Feb 1870, age: 9m 14d, father, Pte. Lennox, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private, signed by Robt L Holworth
Lewis, Elizabeth, d. 13 May 1863, age: 3y 10m, father, Corp. Lewis, G Battalion, 8th Brigade, Corporal, born July 5th 1859, died at Ballincollig 10/03/1863
Lewis, John George Christopher, d. 26 Aug 1898, age: 6m, father, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Corporal, S. Stewart SLitt? MA, act.chap Abode, Ballincollig
Liddle, Jane, d. 6 Jan 1882, age: 38y, husband, J. Liddle, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, Captain & quartermastermaster, Husband, Sorrowing Husband", M. Kerr act. Chap buried 10/06/1882 Abode: Ballincollig.
Lindsay?, George B., d. 27 Dec 1875, age: 10 m, Metal plaque apparently displaced from original site, found near no 58
Livingston, Daniel Frederick, d. 16 Nov 1813, parents, Captain & Matilda Livingston, Royal Artillery, Captain
Luerillagh, Marian Florence, d. 18 Mar 1876, age: 1year7m, Rev. Dobbin Abode: Ballincollig
Lyons, Infant son, d. 2 Mar 1845, age: infant, father, Lyons
Mackerel, George, d. 6 Jun 1887, age: 7y, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Maddin, Hanora, d. 21 Apr 1832, age: 32y, father, John Madddin, Royal Artillery, father, Cross & IHS & 'Requiescat In Pace' on stone, sister Anne Harrington also buried here died 21/10/1834
Magee, no name, d. 12 Oct 1822, parents, Henry & Elizabeth Magee, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, Gunner
Malone, Henry, d. 21 Dec 1856, age: 30y, parents, Nicholas & Sophia Malone, father, Barrack Sgt, ? as for James above, ? dates for both William and Henry if James as a youth is eldest surviving son of in 1841
Malone, James, d. 25 Nov 1841, age: 20y, parents, Nicholas & Sophia Malone, father, Barrack Sgt, 'one who knowing him from infancy and being well acquainted with his worth ...', 'died by accidental discharge of a fowling piece when going through a hedge in Green Field, near Ballincollig. Eldest surviving son
Malone, William, d. 12 Apr 1854, age: 30y, parents, Nicholas & Sophia Malone, father, Barrack Sgt, ? as for James above died at Ballincollig
Marshall, Thomas Francis, d. 18 Aug 1833, age: 4 m, father, Thos Marshall, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal)
Marshall, William, d. 22 Oct 1822, parents, Johne & Jane Marshall, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, Corporal
Martin, Elizabeth Smith Beard, d. 8 Jun 1889, age: 9 m, father, Pte. Martin, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, Private, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Mason, Charle, d. 10 Aug 1847, age: 22 y, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, No 1 Company, Bombardier, non Commissioned officers & men of No 1 company 4th Battalion ...., Nice inscription for ceremony
Mather, Mary, d. 29 Sep 1824, husband, Thomas Mather, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner, 'of the City of Cork staff'
Matthewson, Margaret, d. 13 Oct 1881, age: 6d, father, George Matthewson, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Paymaster Supt, Canon Maguire PP Chaplain, Register =4th 5th April for 'when buried'
McAllvinny, Lidney, d. 4 Aug 1828, John McAlvinny, Royal Artillery
McAvery, Anne, d. 30 May 1818, parents, John & Mgt. Mc Avery, Royal Artillery, Sexton
McCarthy, Maria, d. 23 Nov 1869, age: 8y 3d, in records ' of Ballincollig, signed by Robt L Holworth
McCorkery?, William, d. 7 Oct 1813, parents, William & Esther McCorkery?, Royal Artillery, Gunner
McCrea, Duncan, d. N/A 1837, Royal Artillery, Farrier, Died on Sunday suffocated by drinking spirits when, or immediately previous to being conferred in the black hole
McDonald, James, d. 29 Jun 1885, age: 25 y, 11th (Prince Albert Own) Hussars, Corporal, Fred. Dobbin, Abode, Ballincollig
McDuff, Robert, d. 8 Jan 1870, age: 33y, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private, Servant to Major Henry Dixon of R. Dragoons for some 9 years. Private
McIlvany, Anne, d. 28 Apr 1836, husband, John McIlvany, Royal Artillery, Sexton pensioner
McMack, Mary Anne, d. 20?9/04 1815, parents, Robert & Mary Mcmack, Royal Artillery, Gunner
McMaster, Hugh, d. 18 Jun 1840, Capt. Mark Evans' Company, Gunner & Driver
McMillan, Alexander, d. 11 Dec 1896, age: 18y 6 m, 12th Royal Lancers, (Prince of Wales), C. Squadron, Private, Officers, N.C. officers and men of C. Squadron, erected by officers non c officers and men of C squadron
McMurdic, James, d. 23 Oct 1816, parents, Ins. & Elizabeth McMurdic, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Bombardier
McNaught, Robert, d. 15 Sep 1831, age: 2y 5m, father, Thos. Mcnaught, 17th Lancers, Corporal, Robert born 04/04/1829
McSean, Charles Henry, d. 4 Apr 1820, parents, Duncan & Mary McSean, 10th Royal Veteran Battalion allion, Ensign
Miles, Thomas, d. 8 Apr 1881, age: 6m, father, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Troop Sergeant, Canon Maguire PP Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Miller, Wm., d. 3 Jun 1845, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Sergeant, A William Miller retired as Major on unattached half pay 29 Aug. 1826. appointed maajor 27 Maay 1825= 1833 Army List p.328
Mills, Thomas, d. 23 Mar 1881, age: 6m, father, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Milne, James, d. 15 Sep 1823, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner, drowned when bathing in the River Lee
Milne, William, d. 24 Apr 1826, Royal Artillery, Major Gordon Company, 2nd Battalion, Gunner & Driver
Milton, Amelia, d. 16 Sep 1892, age: 5 y 6m, father, John Milton, 10th Royal Huzzars, (Prince of Wales Own), Trumpet Major, parents, verse attributed to Milton ? famous Milton
Milton, Arabella, d. 23 Sep 1892, age: 3y 9 m, father, John Milton, 10th Royal Huzzars, (Prince of Wales Own), Trumpet Major, parents, verse attributed to Milton ? famous Milton
Monaghan, Samuel, d. 19 Nov 1880, age: 23 y, Canon Maguire PP Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Montgomery, Mrs, d. 29 Oct 1826, Husband, Gunner Montgomery, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, Gunner
Mooney, Catherine, d. 15 Aug 1850, age: Child, father, Nicholas Mooney, 7th Queens Own Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Sergeant, ?Parents, words very worn on stone
Mooney, Elizabeth, d. 17 Aug 1850, age: 2y 7m, ?father, Nicholas Mooney, 7th Queens Own Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Sergeant, ?Parents, words very worn on stone
Morgan, Theophilus, d. 4 Jul 1849, age: 24 y, father, Robert, Died at Cronstadt
Morris, Elizabeth, d. 30 Sep 1835, age: 5 m, father, Jas. Morris, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, Gunner, An Elizabeth Maria Morris born at Kilmainham 12 April 1835. Parents James & Elizabeth Morris. Gunner & Driver 57th West Middlesex the D. Of Cambridge Own Middlesex Regiment.
Morris, Joseph, d. 17 Jul 1843, 10th Royal Hussars, (Prince of Wales Own), Farrier
Mullen, Edward, d. 21 Sep 1831, age: child, father, Trumpeter Mullen, 17th Lancers, Trumpeter, Edward born 23/11/1828
Murray, Alfred, d. 19 Jan 1906, age: 7 m, father, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private, Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Mussulbrook, Clarissa E., d. 3 Dec 1814, age: 4 m, father, Sgt. Musselbrook, Royal Artillery Drivers, Staff Sergeant, Buried 04/12/1814
Neale, Margaret Jane, d. 19 Jul 1863, age: child, father, Sgt Neale, Royal Artillery, Sergeant, born 13/01/1863 died 18/07/1863
Nicholson, William, d. 16 Aug 1828, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Gunner & Driver
Nunn, William David, d. 4 Jan 1901, age: 3w, father, soldier, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig: oldier child' in Dublin Reg. ister
O'Neill, Margaret, d. 21 Apr 1815, age: child, parents, Charles & Mgt. O'Neill, Royal Artillery, 7th/6th?, Gunner
Outram, James, d. 22 Jun 1865, Royal Artillery, 8 Brigade, E Battalion, Gunner, Outram fell from ship at Cork Quay. erected by his comrades. Same grave for Gunner John Leahy.
Parkham, Lillian Jessie, d. 9 Aug 1914, age: 2y 6m, father, Royal Field Artillery, Quarter Master Sergeant, Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Patterson, Francis, d. 29 Jul 1821, age: child, parents, Matthew & Honora Patterson, Royal Artillery, Driver
Pattisson, Bernard, d. 11 May 1884, age: 19y, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Payne, John, d. 18 May 1822, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner, FRC: Maria Ann Payne born in Ballincollig 1838 ref. RA18 65
Peachy, Esther Jane, d. 17 Mar 1845, age: child, father, James Peachy, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales)
Percival, Joseph, d. 13 Jul 1875, age: 11hours, father, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Corporal, Rev. Aldworth, Abode: Ballincollig
Peters, William, d. 16 Oct 1833, age: 49 y, Hospital Steward, steward 'at this hospital'
Pierpoint, John, d. 6 Dec 1823, age: child, parents, Gunner Pierpoint & his wife, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Pim, Alexander, d. 5 Jun 1834, age: 15m, parents, Alex & Jane Pim?, Gunner
Plant, Benjamin, d. 20 Oct 1877, age: 3y2m, soldier, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Plant, Elizabeth Anne, d. 13 Nov 1877, age: 10m, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Pleasance, Louise, d. 22 Jun 1885, age: 6w, mother, E. Pleasance, soldier, Fred. Dobbin, Abode, Ballincollig, A Louisa Pleasance, aged 40 in GRO Dublin Reg. ister.
Poole, Mary, d. 18 Jul 1895, age: 30y, husband, Arthur Edward Poole, 10th Royal Huzzars, (Prince of Wales Own), Captain, ? husband, 'fell asleep', died at Women and Children Hospital: : In 1896 AE Poole Q. master, 14year. on fullpay in 1882. 2nd Lieut Dec. 1882. Hon.Capt.. 2nd Dec. 1892. Capt.. Poole served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 10th Hussars (medal and Khedive Star). p.152 1896 list
Powell, Emma, d. 17 Oct 1872, age: 3d, Book signed by Rev Aldworth Abode Ballincollig. FRC. Ethel Powell born1902 5th lancers ref. vol.244 page 58
Powell, James, d. 21 Aug 1823, age: child, parents, Thomas & Mary Powell, Royal Artillery, Driver
Pratt, Elsie Marguerite, d. 16 Sep 1889, age: 11w, F. Dobbin, Canon Abode: Ballincollig,
Prendergast, Henry, d. 18 Mar 1877, age: 24y, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers), Private, Rev. Dobbin Abode: Ballincollig
Price, John, d. 13 Nov 1832, 37th Reserve, Sergeant
Purvis, Anne, d. 15 Nov 1813, husband, J. or G. Purvis, Royal Artillery, Hospital Steward, Acting Bombardier
Purvis, Mary, d. 6 Jul 1817?, age: child, parents, James & Anne Purvis, Royal Artillery, Bombardier
Purvis, William, d. 26 May 1818, age: Child, parents, James & Elizabeth Purvis, Royal Artillery, Bombardier
Ramplin, Alice Ellen, d. 14 Dec 1878, age: 9y 9m, parents, George & Ellen Ramplin, 19th Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Bandmaster, ?parents
Ramplin, Charlotte Rosanna, d. 3 Dec 1878, age: 3y 7m, parents, George & Ellen Ramplin, 19th Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Bandmaster, ?parents
Ramsay, William, d. 28 Jan 1823, Royal Artillery, 4th Battalion, Major Oliver Company, Gunner
Rawlinson, Susanna (Susan in parish Records), d. 12 Jun 1820, age: 35y, husband, Stephen Rawlinson, Royal Artillery, Captain, ?husband, buried June no date given, 1820 Army List,p.307, Stephen John Rawlinson Capt.. in Army 1 June 1806, placed on half pay 1 Mar 1819.
Ray, Ernest Henry, d. 25 Oct 1889, age: 3d, father, John E. Ray, soldier, F. Dobbin, Canon Abode: Ballincollig
Ray, John Edmund, d. 4 Nov 1889, age: 11d, F. Dobbin, Canon Abode: Ballincollig
Reading, John, d. 15 May 1833, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal), Private
Regan, Cornelius, d. 26 May 1836, Royal Artillery, 2nd Battalion, Capt. Malinger Company, Gunner & Driver
Reid, Felix, d. 16 Jan 1833, age: 77, Master gunner, late
Richards, 'Nellie', d. 16 Mar 1900, age: 4 y, parents, W & E Richards, Top of gravestone missing, buried by J B Cooper, ACF, 19/03/1900 Abode: Ballincollig, oldier Child'.
Robertson, Lizzie, d. 7 May 1908, age: 35year, husband, William Robertson, Royal Field Artillery, 22nd Battalion, Farrier Quartermaster Sergeant, ? husband, Died in The Lying in Hospital
Rollinson, Capt, d. 6 Dec 1828, Royal Artillery, Captain, half pay of the
Rotherham, George William, d. 20 Feb 1910, age: 27y, Royal Field Artillery, Driver, Charles William on death Cert.: Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Rowley, Henry, d. 29 Dec 1902, age: 22 y, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Sergeant, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. entered twice in register ""as error in hospital Cert.ificate"" Abode, Ballincollig
Rudge, William, d. 28 Feb 1915, age: 18y, Royal Field Artillery, 29th Reserve Battalion, Gunner, Wargraves Commission, No.459 75788 Gunner,
Rumbor, Frederick, d. 29 May 1826, City of Cork Militia Staff, Sergeant, City 0f Cork Militia Staff
Salkeld, John, d. 4 Jul 1900, age: 26y, 17th (Duke of Cambridge Own) Lancers, Private, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Samuda, Arthur Walsh, d. 5 Apr 1872, age: 10m, father, Benjamin, Sergeant, Book signed by Rev Aldworth Abode Ballincollig
Samuels, William Charles, d. 24 Nov 1882, age: 20m, mother, Harriet Samuels, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, soldier, Statham, act. C.Abode: Ballincollig
Sandman, William, d. 1 Feb 1871, age: 40, 1st Royal Dragoons, Armourer Sergeant, Brother non Commissioned officers, Gravestone Masonic lodge crest & words pea Temaur Agador' Nice quote from John 16xc22.
Savage, John, d. 27 Dec 1814, Royal Artillery, Drivers Corp, na/, Killed in a riot in Ballincolig on Christmas night
Schaw, Alexander, d. 9 Jun 1854, age: 28, father, I.S Schaw, Royal Artillery, Lieutenant, Born 11/12/1825 accidentally drowned near Clougheen, Tipperary.
Schaw, Frances, d. 14 Dec 1825, age: 23y, husband, I.S Schaw, Royal Artillery, Lieutenant, usan' in parish records: Army List 1825, a John Sauchie Shaw, Royal Artillery, appointed 1st Lieutenant on half pay1/6/1822. sJohnS. Schaw esq. late of Ra married Frances Anne Irwin, eldest daughter of Revd. Henry Irwin, B'collig at the Royal Ordnance Chapel. Officiated by Revd. Henry Irwin her father. A very smart society occassion.
Schofield, Alfred, d. 14 Apr 1878, age: 26y, 2nd Dragoon Guards, (Queen Bays), Private, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Scholfield, Thomas, d. 21 Apr 1815, Royal Artillery Drivers, Staff Sergeant
Schramm, Stephen, d. 11 Nov 1874, age: 51 y, King Dragoons Guards, Bandmaster, Officers of K.D.Guards, 'for invaluable service during a period of 6 years.' Bandmaster, 1st King Dragoon Guards.
Sclater, John, d. 16/03 1896, age: 32, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Sergeant, non Commissioned officers and men of ? Squadron, gravestone by D. McCarthy, White Street, Cork. Ceremony by Wm. Bell. buried 07/03/1896 Abode, Ballincollig
Scott, Thomas, d. 14 Mar 1833, age: 42, Barrack Master, at Ballincollig
Seyers, Corporal John, d. 19 Nov 1828, father, Capt. John Seyers, 1st Royal Dragoons, Corporal
Shaw, Alfred, d. 30 Mar 1892, age: 38, 13th Hussars, Private, W. Bell Abode: Ballincollig
Shaw, Joseph, d. 25 Nov 1850, Royal Artillery, Coast Brigade, Corporal, 'a few devoted comrades and sincere friends', native of Workington, Cumberland
Shepherd, I or J, d. 7 Aug 1834, 4th Dragon Guards, (Royal Irish), Private
Shepherd, William, d. 1836, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private, 'who put a pistol to his ixixtener? by shooting himself with his carabin in his barrack rooms.
Shine, William, d. 7 Apr 1835, Bombardier
Slight, William Thomas, d. 22 May 1902, age: 19y 6m, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Private, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Smith Williams, Sh??, d. 21 Sep 1896, age: 22 y, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Corporal, C. R. Langfield Abode: Ballincollig
Smith, Alexander, d. 25 Apr 1827, age: child, father, Corp. Smith, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Corporal
Smith, Arthur William, d. 14 Feb 1878, age: 7w, soldier, E. Hardy Abode: Ballincollig
Smith, Jame, d. 25 Nov 1833, 1st Royal Dragoons, Private
Smith, William, d. na/09 1820, age: child, parents, Thomas & Bridget Smith, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Smurfitt, Harriet, d. 2 Jan 1844, age: 1year 9m, Geog. Smurfitt, 89th Reg. iment, no burial date only date of death in records
Somervile, Catherine, d. 16 Dec 1862, age: 11m, father, David Somerville Esq, ?RA, died 14/12/1862
Somerville, Jane, d. 28 Aug 1835, age: 8y, father, Rob. Somerville, Chief Constable Police Ballincollig, father, aged 9year. in Carrigrohane records
Somerville, Susan, d. ?03 31/08 1834, age: 35y, husband, Rob. Somerville, Chief Constable Police Ballincollig, Husband
Spedding, Henry, d. 15 Mar 1840, age: 4y 5m, father, Rev. W. Spedding, ?father, Address, Greenfield, Buried 15/03/1840
Spedding, Samuel Warren, d. 5 Nov 1845, age: 11m, father, Rev. W. Spedding, Chaplain, ?father, Address, Greenfield. 'joined his little brother'. %th son of Rev. W.
Spencer, Ellen, d. 13 Feb 1889, age: 10m, father, Edward Spencer, Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, Private, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Spencer, Henry, d. 31 Dec 1832, Royal Artillery, 3rd Battalion, Gunner & Driver
Spinks, James, d. 30 Dec 1828, 5th Battalion, Major Brown Company 5, Gunner & Driver
Squire, James Christopher, d. 22 Aug 1901, age: 2y 7m, parents, James & Elizabeth Squire, 17th Lancers ""Depot "" Squadrons, Troop Sergeant Major, Depot Squadrons 17th Lancers, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Squire, Lilian Margaret, d. 23 Aug 1901, age: 4 y, parents, James & Elizabeth Squire, 17th Lancers ""Depot "" Squadrons, Troop Sergeant Major, Depot Squadrons 17th Lancers, Died at South Infirmary, Cork: buried 26/08/1901 by J. B. Cooper A.C.F, 3year 9m on gravestone Abode, Ballincollig
Standing, Charles Albert William, d. 29 Apr 1884, age: 6 weeks, father, 20th Hussars, (Light Dragoons), Corporal, Beamish, Chaplain HM Forces Abode: Ballincollig Barracks
Steel, Driver, d. 5 Aug 1814, Royal Artillery, Driver
Stepto, Ernest Edward, d. 30 Apr 1892, age: 1y 7m, parents, Master and Alice Stepto, 13th Hussars, ?, Army School Master, CE Scott, clerk, buried 03/05/1892 Abode, Ballincollig
Stevens, Frank, d. 20 Jan 1862, Royal Artillery, 8th Brigade, B. Battalion, Driver, died 16/01/1862
Stevenson, Samuel, d. 1 Feb 1863, age: 2m, S. Stevenson, Born at Ballincollig 10/11/162 died at Ballincollig 30/01/1863
Stewart, Charles, d. 16 Mar 1820, Royal Artillery
Stewart, Mary Anne, d. 3 Jan 1815, age: Child, parents, Jos. & Catherine Stewart, Royal Artillery Drivers, Driver
Stinchcombe, George Edward, d. 19 Mar 1895, age: 22 y, 10th Royal Huzzars, (Prince of Wales Own), Corporal, C. E. Scott Abode, Ballincollig
Stratton, E. C. J. (Edward), d. 13 Jun 1920, age: 17y 10m, parents, John & Mary Ann Stratton, Manchester Regiment, 17th DCO Lancers, Private, Wargraves Commission, No. 328. 18904 Pte. Skull & Crossbones of Manchester Regiment on stone. Pte. No. 18904 Buried 15/06/1920 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane. paarents address,, 18, Talbot Road, Bayswater, London
Stretton, William Thomas James, d. 10 Apr 1916, age: 59y, wife, Mary E. Stretton, Royal Field Artillery, Brigade Staff, Captain & Q. master, 5th Res.? Brigade, Wargraves Commission. No. 328, wife address 10, Parkcroft Rd. Lee, London:.Died at Military Hospital: Buried By Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane on 14/04/1916 Abode: Ballincollig Barracks.
Swank, Anne, d. na/09 1820, age: Child, parents, Elisha & Frances Swank, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Thomas, Anne, d. 5 Apr 1858, husband, John Thomas, Royal Artillery, 5th Battalion, 7th Company (Major Fields'), Collar maker
Tubb, Jame, d. 2 Nov 1862, 8th Brigade, G. Battalion .allion, Gunner, died 29/10/1862
Turner, William, d. 20 Aug 1880, age: 10m, soldier, Hackett, Abode: Ballincollig
Vernon, Annie, d. 8 Jun 1877, age: 15m, J. Lough chaplain H.MS Forces, Abode: Barracks Ballincollig
Vessey, Henry, d. 19 Jul 1872, age: 43 y, Barrack Sergeant. Ballincollig, Rev. Gregg Abode, Ballincollig, ??Thomas James as other James entry
Victor, Walter Frederick, d. 29 Jul 1892, age: 7 m, father, 13th Hussars, F. Alexander Abode, Ballincollig
Walker, Catherine, d. 10 Jan 1818, age: child, parents, Wm. & Ellen Walker, Royal Artillery, Farrier
Walker, George, d. 25 May 1818, age: 12y, parents, Wm. & Ellen Walker, Royal Artillery, Farrier
Walker, Mary, d. 11 Jan 1818, age: child, parents, Wm. & Ellen Walker, Royal Artillery, Farrier
Wall, Isabella F., d. 13 Nov 1813, age: 33 years, Husband, Captain A. Wall, Royal Artillery, Captain, A Captain Adam Wall lived at Carrigrohane. Record Bk 1 buried Nov. 15th
Walls, Arthur W, d. 30 May 1883, age: 24 y, Statham, act. C.Abode: Ballincollig
Ward, no name, d. 24 Oct 1816, age: child, parents, Robt. & Mary Ward, Royal Artillery, 9th Battalion, Major Scott Company, Gunner
Waters, Pheby, d. 23 Nov 1831, age: child, father, Wm.. Waters, 17th Lancers, Farrier
Watt, May, d. 25 Dec 1837, Wm. Watt, Sergeant Major, Acting
Weaver, Lieutenant, d. 15 Nov 1813, Royal Artillery, Drivers, Lieutenant, Accidnetally drowned in the weir at River Lee
Weir, Elizabeth, d. 25 Nov 1850, age: 1y 9m, father, David Weir, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, Sergeant, ? father, born Newbridge 17/02/1849 died 25/11/1850.
Whitehouse, Sidney Thomas, d. 9 May 1916, age: 19y, parents, Richard Edward Whitehouse and the late Clara Whitehouse, Royal Field Artillery, 29th Reserve Battalion ery, Driver, Wargraves Commission, Parents address, 37, Capt.horn Rd, Smethwick, Staffs. No. 491: 134603 Driver. Buried 09/05/1916 by Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane, Army no in death Reg. istry index Dublin, 134403
Wick, William Horace, d. 2 Nov 1861, age: 42d, parents, Joseph & Penelope Wick, Corporal
Wickstead, Thomas Nicholas, d. 11 May 1900, age: 29y, Royal Reserve Lancers, Private, J. B. Cooper A.C.F. Abode: Ballincollig
Wickstead, Thomas Nicholas, d. 5 Nov 1890, age: 29 y, Reg. of Lancers, A. Squadron H.M.S.Reserve, comrades, A. Squadron
Willett, George, d. 28 Jan 1840, age: 28, wife, Mrs. Willett, Royal Scots Greys ? 9/12 Royal Lancers, Sergeant & Master Tailor, 'beloved wife', served Reg. 28 year.. present with Reg. at Waterloo. Nice verse
Williams, Geo. S., d. 16 Jun 1896, added in ink to LR/RH list of grave inscriptions.
Williams, John, d. 15 Apr 1827, Royal Artillery, 7th Battalion, Gunner
Williams, L, d. 7 Jan 1896, age: 24 y, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), D. Squadron, Lieutenant Captain, D. Squadron 12th Lancers, gravestone by D. McCarthy, White Street, Cork erected by D Squadron, 12 Lancers. Crest 7th/12th Lancers
Williams, Mary, d. 3 Aug 1814, parents, Lewis& Martha Williams, Royal Artillery, Gunner
Wilson, William Frederick John, d. 26 Mar 1877, age: 8w, father, soldier, Rev. Dobbin Abode: Ballincollig
Winterton, Jane Evelyn, d. 13 Jun 1887, age: 2m, father, C. G. Winterton, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, Paymaster Sgt, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Wood, Jane, d. 10 Mar 1834, age: 5y 7 m, parents, Samuel & Betsy Wood, 7th Dragoon Guards, (Princess Royal)
Wood, Maud Elizabeth, d. 16/06 1896, age: 8 m, parents, Charles & Elizabeth Wood, 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales), Sergeant, ?parents
Woodhams, William, d. 14 Nov 1887, age: 2m, mother, Alice Woodhams, 4th (Queen Own Dragoons) Hussars, soldier, F. Dobbin Abode, Ballincollig
Woodhead, Henry Arthur, d. 26 Nov 1880, age: 3 year 9m, soldier, Canon Maguire PP Chaplain Abode: Ballincollig
Woods, Edward, d. 1 Oct 1910, age: 6 weeks, father, soldier, Died Victoria Hospital: Child of Soldier: Edward Gibbings, Rector of Carrigrohane Abode: Ballincollig
Wright, Hugh Walter, d. 4 Nov 1879, age: 35, Royal Horse Artillery, 1st Brigade, (1.B.R.H.A.I.V.H.Q.), Bombardier, brother & sister & comrades, Buried by Hackett on 06/11/1879 Abode: Ballincollig

Misc:
??, ??, d. 17 Nov 1831, age: child, no name, no name, 17th Lancers, Farrier Major, ? a son of a gun', This is all that is entered in the records
??, ??, no dates, broken base stone with no inscription
??, ??, d. 12 Oct 1845, date only in church records
??, ??, no dates
??, ??, d. ?/03 1837, 3rd Dragoon Guards, (Prince of Wales), Private, Perhaps a on of a gun'
Forster, no name, d. 21 Feb 1865
McIllvany, ??, no dates
Spencer, no name, d. 17 Jan 1843, policeman

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