We remember John O'connell Dodd

We remember John O'connell Dodd

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Timeline

Timeline

1873
sibling Henry William Dodd Source:1656588 17th August 1873
1873
sibling Maurice Dodd Source:1656588 11th September 1873
1876
sibling John Dodd Source:1656588 16th March 1876
1877
sibling William Henry Dodd Source:1656588 19th March 1877
1878
sibling Agnes Kilgallin Dodd Source:1656588 5th June 1878
1879
sibling Bridget Dodd Source:1656588 6th August 1879
1881
sibling Robert Dodd Source:1656588 6th April 1881
1882
sibling Kathleen Maude Mcmahon Dodd Source:1656588 1st July 1882
1884
sibling Mary Josephine Dodd Source:1656588 16th August 1884
1884
birth Killorglin, Kerry Ireland Source:1656588 1884
1886
sibling Nora Rhatigan Dodd Source:1656588 13th February 1886
1888
sibling Georgina Dodd Source:1656588 20th January 1888
1888
sibling George Dodd Source:1656588 20th January 1888
1890
sibling Arthur Dodd Source:1656588 7th October 1890
1891
sibling Mabel Hannigan Dodd Source:1656588 29th December 1891
1893
sibling Alfred Decourcy Dodd Source:1656588 14th July 1893
1896
sibling Walter Decourcy Dodd Source:1656588 27th March 1896
1899
sibling Francis Joseph Dodd Source:1656588 2nd August 1899
1901
employment Clerk in insurance office Pearl Assurance London United Kingdom Source:1656588 1901
1901
dates Age 17 Source:1656588 1901
1911
employment Insurance Clerk London United Kingdom Source:1656588 1911
1918
dates Age 35 Source:1656588 7th November 1918
service British Army Serjeant 3585 Royal Munster Fusiliers Source:1656588
service British Army Second Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers Source:1656588
service British Army Temporary Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers Source:1656588
service British Army Captain Royal Munster Fusiliers Source:1656588
service British Army Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers Source:7308472
1918
death Killed in Action Captain J. O'C. Dodd gave orders for his "B" Company, 2nd battalion to move from billets to the trenches, and while superintending the move, he was killed by an exploding shell. Monceau St. Waast France Source:7308472 Source:1656588 7th November 1918
burial Monceau St. Waast Communal Cemetery CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Nord France Source:7308472

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names John O'connell
Initials JO
Last Name Dodd
Source 1656588
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeCertaintySource
135 Park Road, Regents Park, Marylebone, London, N W United Kingdom away from home address known 1911
67 Chestnut Grove, Streatham, London United Kingdom away from home address known 1901
83 Fernlea Road, Balham, London, SW. United Kingdom
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 3585 Royal Munster Fusiliers Serjeant
British Army Royal Munster Fusiliers Second Lieutenant
British Army Royal Munster Fusiliers Temporary Lieutenant
British Army Royal Munster Fusiliers Captain
British Army Royal Munster Fusiliers Lieutenant
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Ellen Mary Curtin mother
William Henry Dodd father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Henry William Dodd brother 1873-08-17
Maurice Dodd brother 1873-09-11
John Dodd brother 1876-03-16
William Henry Dodd brother 1877-03-19
Agnes Kilgallin nee Dodd sister 1878-06-05
Bridget Dodd sister 1879-08-06
Robert Dodd brother 1881-04-06
Kathleen Maude McMahon nee Dodd sister 1882-07-01
Mary Josephine Dodd sister 1884-08-16
Nora Rhatigan nee Dodd sister 1886-02-13
George Dodd brother 1888-01-20
Georgina Dodd sister 1888-01-20
Francis Joseph Dodd brother 1899-08-02
Arthur Dodd brother 1890-10-07
Mabel Hannigan nee Dodd sister 1891-12-29
Alfred Decourcy Dodd brother 1893-07-14
Walter Decourcy Dodd brother 1896-03-27

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Evidence

Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-1919 Transcription Paul21340
Ireland: National Roll of Honour 1914-1921 Transcription Paul21340
1901 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Paul21340
GRO War Death Army Officers Indices (1914 to 1921) Transcription Paul21340
1911 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription Paul21340
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Imperial1

External Evidence

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Royal Munster Fusiliers - Lt John O'Connell Dodd Paul21340
London Irish Rugby Club War Heroes Paul21340
Memorial Plaque - Killorglin Church Paul21340

Multimedia

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Captain of the London Irish Rugby Football Club Paul21340

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