We remember John Treacy

We remember John Treacy

Timeline

Timeline

1882
birth Fohenagh, Co. Galway Ireland Source:7172140 23rd June 1882
1902
enlistment Dublin Ireland Source:7172140 June 1902
1902
service Other Empire Force Company Quarter Master Sergeant 7455 Connaught Rangers 5th Source:7172140 June 1902 - October 1918
1902
commission Regular Source:7172140 23rd June 1902
children Annie Source:7172140
employment Postman Kilconnell, Co. Galway Ireland Source:7172140
marriage Annie Callanan Source:7172140
service British Army Colour Serjeant 7455 Connaught Rangers Source:4489974
service British Army Company Quartermaster Serjeant 7455 Connaught Rangers Source:7172140
1918
death Died of wounds difficult action attempting to take the town of Le Chateau. initial attack on Oct 10* failed and second push attempted Oct 18th during which he was badly wounded dying 2 days later. Le Chateau France Source:7172140 20th October 1918
burial Maurois Communal Cemetery CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Nord France Source:7172140

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names John
Initials J
Last Name Treacy
Source 4489974
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 7455 Connaught Rangers Colour Serjeant
British Army 7455 Connaught Rangers Company Quartermaster Serjeant
Other Empire Force 7455 Connaught Rangers 5th Company Quarter Master Sergeant
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Annie daughter
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Maria mother
Edward father
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Annie Callanan wife

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