Smyth family of Abbeyleix

Smyth family of Abbeyleix

Several children (and their spouses) of Thomas Smyth & Sarah Munro, of Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen's County), Ireland served during WW1. From Armorial Families, by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, 1929:- William Henry Munro Smyth, Gent. (1874-1966). (Resides Hillsborough, co. Down). Alfred John Smyth (1876-1928). served Great War, actg Cpl, RAMC, died in Dublin, after long illness. Thomas Francis Smyth, Gent. (1878-1951). [m. 1909, Annette Elizabeth Gorman, of Ballymote]. Henry Carson Smyth, Esq., L.R.C.P. (1880-1944). late Capt. R.A.M.C, served Great War 1915-18. [m. 1918, Janet Park, M.B. , B.Ch. (Edin.), served Great War with R.A.M.C, d. of Rev. James George Walton, M.A., of Dundee]. Frances May Smyth (1883-1954). Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, served Great War as Nursing Sister with R. R. C. [m. 1931, John Dowler, of Woodville House, Ballivor]. Walter Munro Smyth, Gent. (1884-1956). served Great War with Tank Corps. Resides Auckland, N.Z. Emily Sarah Smyth, R.R.C. (2nd Class). (1889-1980). served Great War with Q.A.M.N.S. (R) [m. 1922, George Dufour Hodgson, M.A. (Sch. Queen's Coll. Oxford), late Lieut. Roy. Fus., served Great War, only son of J. J. Hodgson, of Appleby]. Eileen Mary Smyth, R.R.C. (2nd Class). (1891-1988). served Great War with Q.A.M.N.S. (R). Percy Smyth (1893-1911). Evelyn Maud Smyth (1894-1972). [m. 1917, Major Gordon Frank Steevenson, R.A.V.C. of Torrington, Devon. served Great War]. Herbert Smyth, B.A. (1896-1952). late Lieut. 3rd Royal Irish Fusiliers, served Great War. Resides 13 Cheriton Place, Folkestone.

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  • Born 1891

    Died 1988

    British Army Staff Nurse Civil Hospital Reserve Stationary Hospital Warneford Hosp'l, Leamington-2 Stationary Hosp, Boulogne-24 General Hosp, Etaples

    British Army Sister Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve Prisoners of War Hospital, Belmont, Surrey

  • Born 1876

    Died 1928

    British Army 79145 Private Royal Army Medical Corps

    British Army 79145 Acting Corporal Royal Army Medical Corps

  • Born 1896

    Died 1952

    British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers

  • Born 1895

    Died 1940

    British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers

  • Born 1884

    Died 1956

    British Army 305645 Private Tank Corps

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 331129 Aircraft man 2nd Class Royal Air Force Halton Camp

    Air Force (RAF/RFC) 331129 Aircraft man 2nd Class Royal Air Force HMS Engadine-Malta

  • Born 1890

    Died 1977

    British Army Lieutenant Army Veterinary Corps attached Royal Field Artillery

    British Army Captain Army Veterinary Corps attached Royal Field Artillery

  • Born 1890

    Died 1974

    British Army Lady Doctor Royal Army Medical Corps Salonika

  • Born 1880

    Died 1944

    British Army Captain Royal Army Medical Corps

  • Born 1889

    Died 1980

    British Army Civil Hospital Reserve Stationary Hospital

    British Army Sister Civil Hospital Reserve

    British Army Sister Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve Prisoners of War Hospital, Belmont, Surrey