Four Waterford Volunteers & Photograph

The Waterford News - 18th of February 1916, Page 8 (Last Edition)

Four Waterford Volunteers & Photograph
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FOUR WATERFORD VOLUNTEERS

Privates J Brophy, M. Doyle (son of Mr. P. M. Doyle. T.C), C. Dowling, and Corporal George Jones (Captain of Waterford City Rugby Football Club), who joined the Sportsman’s Battalion. These four Waterford men all belong now to the 30th Royal Fusiliers, though Corporal Jones and Private Brophy formerly belonged to the 28th Royal Fusiliers, the original Sportsman’s Battalion, now at the front. Private Dowling went to France on the 9th inst., and his three comrades are at present stationed at Oxford.



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