We remember Patrick Keating

We remember Patrick Keating

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Timeline

Timeline

1884
birth St Michael's, Limerick, County Limerick Ireland Source:9311724 1884
1902
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot Source:9311724 6th January 1902 - 16th December 1902
1902
dates Age 18 Source:9311724 6th January 1902
1902
employment Drayman J Murphy and sons - Agency Stores Limerick Ireland Source:9311848 6th January 1902
1902
enlistment Ennis Ireland Source:9311724 6th January 1902
1902
events Drunk and noisy Military Discipline Clonmel Ireland Source:9311848 22nd February 1902
1902
events Imprisonment for striking his superior officer Military Discipline Aldershot United Kingdom Source:9311848 13th June 1902 - 12th October 1902
1902
events Drunk Military Discipline Fermoy Ireland Source:9311848 1st November 1902
1902
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 1st Battalion (South Africa) Source:9311724 17th December 1902 - 10th February 1905
1903
events Making an improper reply to a serjeant Military Discipline Middelburg, Transvaal South Africa Source:9311848 13th July 1903 - 22nd July 1903
1904
events Not complying with an order Military Discipline Middelburg, Transvaal South Africa Source:9311848 17th June 1904
1904
events Drunk Military Discipline Potchefstroom South Africa Source:9311848 6th September 1904
1905
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 1st Battalion (India) Source:9311724 11th February 1905 - 23rd June 1908
1905
hospitalisation Fever Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 28th October 1905 - 3rd November 1905
1905
events Insubordination and striking an officer Military Discipline Rawalpindi India Source:9311848 13th November 1905 - 17th April 1906
1906
hospitalisation Colitis Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 23rd November 1906 - 7th December 1906
1907
hospitalisation Puritus ani (itchy bottom) Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 20th February 1907 - 29th March 1907
1907
hospitalisation Ulceration of the rectum Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 14th April 1907 - 23rd May 1907
1907
hospitalisation Ulceration of the rectum Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 23rd May 1907 - 25th May 1907
1907
hospitalisation Ague (fever - probably malaria) Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 19th June 1907 - 27th June 1907
1907
hospitalisation Hepatitus Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 28th August 1907 - 16th October 1907
1907
hospitalisation Pleurisy Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 9th November 1907 - 5th December 1907
1908
hospitalisation Pleurisy Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 11th February 1908
1908
hospitalisation Pleurisy Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 8th April 1908 - 12th April 1908
1908
hospitalisation Abcess of the liver Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 13th May 1908 - 29th June 1908
1908
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot (Invalided) Source:9311724 24th June 1908 - 5th January 1910
1909
hospitalisation Gonorrhea Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 25th February 1909 - 10th May 1909
1910
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Army Reserve Source:9311724 6th January 1910 - 5th August 1914
1910
marriage Bridget Walsh Source:9311724 8th October 1910
1911
employment General Labourer Limerick Ireland Source:9311847 2nd April 1911
1911
location 14 Henry Street (south), Limerick Ireland parents address Source:9311847 2nd April 1911
1911
dates Age 26 Source:9311847 2nd April 1911
1914
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot - mobilized Source:9311724 6th August 1914 - 12th August 1914
1914
location Raglan South Barracks, Devonport United Kingdom military residence address Source:9312698 11th August 1914
1914
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion (BEF) Source:9311724 13th August 1914 - 13th June 1918
1914
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion (BEF) - Embarkation for France Source:2211467 13th August 1914
1914
internment pow Germany Source:9311724 27th August 1914 - 27th May 1916
1915
hospitalisation Pain across shoulder, cough and loss of eyesight Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 May 1915
1916
hospitalisation "TB and shattered nerves" Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 1916
1916
events Drunk while interned Military Discipline Chateau d'arc Switzerland Dealt with by Swiss military authorities. Source:9311848 7th November 1916
1916
events Absence while interned. Military Discipline Switzerland Source:9311848 December 1916
1918
hospitalisation Debility Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 14th June 1918 - 24th June 1918
1918
service British Army Private 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 3rd Battalion (Special Reserve) Source:9311848 14th June 1918 - 8th November 1918
1918
hospitalisation Bronchitis Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 26th June 1918 - 30th July 1918
1918
hospitalisation Military doctors' panel assessment of his health Hospital/Institution Source:9311848 28th October 1918 - 9th November 1918
1918
discharge Source:9311726 9th November 1918
1918
dates Age 35 Source:9311726 9th November 1918
1935
death Unknown He suffered serious ill health due to his war service and captivity as a POW - Tuberculosis and "shattered nerves". This may have led to his early death. 124 Carey's Road, Limerick Ireland Source:9311724 15th April 1935

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Patrick
Initials P
Last Name Keating
Source 2211467
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
14 Henry Street (south), Limerick Ireland parents address known 2nd April 1911
Raglan South Barracks, Devonport United Kingdom military residence address known 11th August 1914
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 1st Battalion (South Africa) Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 1st Battalion (India) Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot (Invalided) Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Army Reserve Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment Depot - mobilized Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion (BEF) Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion (BEF) - Embarkation for France Private
British Army 7193 Royal Irish Regiment 3rd Battalion (Special Reserve) Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
Silver War Badge Honourable Discharge
1914 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Patrick Keating father
Mary Keating mother
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Bridget Walsh wife 8th October 1910
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Fresh Brown Dark Brown
DateHeightSource
1902-01-06 5'6"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1902-01-06 Roman Catholic

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Patrick63223
Silver War Badge Roll Transcription Patrick63223
Ireland Census 1911 Transcription Patrick63223
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Patrick63223

External Evidence

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The Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment Vol.II from 1900 to 1922 Patrick63223
1914-1918 PRISONERS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR ICRC HISTORICAL ARCHIVES Patrick63223
"There's a Devil in the Drum" by J.F.Lucy Patrick63223
“The Mons Star: The British Expeditionary Force 1914” Patrick63223
“Within Four Walls” by Major M.C.C. Harrison and Captain H. Cartwright Patrick63223

Multimedia

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Royal Irish Regiment Cap Badge Patrick63223
Royal Irish Regiment Cap Badge Patrick63223
Limerick circa 1882 Patrick63223
Upper Carey's Road, Limerick Patrick63223
Henry Street (south) Limerick Patrick63223
The Guardhouse at Raglan Barracks, Devonport Patrick63223
SS Herschel Patrick63223

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