Widows and Orphans of Sailors ; Waterford Officers

The Waterford News - 28th of July 1916, Page 5

Widows and Orphans of Sailors ; Waterford Officers
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WIDOWS AND ORPHANS OF SAILORS

Lady Jellicoe has written to the Waterford Branch of the British and Foreign Sailors’ Society asking if there are in this city any widows or orphans of men who have been lost on colliers as it appears that, she has at a sum of money for distribution the dependents of these men. If there are any cases of this kind in Waterford particulars should be forwarded to the Sailors’ Institute, the Quay, Waterford.

WATERFORD OFFICERS

Last week we published a list of officers belonging to or connected with Waterford. In addition to the names published last Friday the following are now added :-
Colonel Shine, R.A.M.C., Dungarvan;
Captain J. Shine, Dungarvan ;
Captain James Lawlor, Dungarvan;
Capt. the Rev. Patrick Dunloe, Dungarvan ;
Capt. Patrick O’Neill, R.A.M.C., Dungarvan ;
Captain Hugh O’Neill, R.A.M.C., Dungarvan ;
Lieut. J. Williams, Dungarvan ;
Lieut. J. J. Keating, Tournaneena;
Lieut. Samuel Williams, Dungarvan.
We would be glad if any of our readers would send us the names of officers (with their regimental particulars) belonging to or connected with Waterford, who have been omitted from the lists we have published.



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