The Commonwealth War Graves Commission 1914-18 Part 3
All causalities with the surname DOYLE

From the database of The Commonwealth War Graves Commission


Malta

ADDOLORATA CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, DENIS PATRICK, 5976. 6th Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of wounds 7th April 1917. Age 22. Son of Andrew and Mary Doyle, of Ballyknocken, Ashford, Co, Wicklow. E.EA.A.612.

DOYLE, Private, J, 9920. "E" Coy. 1st Bn Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died of wounds 19th May 1915. Age 34. Son of James and Mary Doyle, of 94 Summerhill, Dublin, E.EA.A.640.

Myanmar (Burma)

TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, P, G/25310. 1st Garrison Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers. 13th November 1918. 26.J.22.


New Zealand

FEATHERSTON CEMETERY


DOYLE, Second Lieutenant, JAMES. 8/365. 1st Bn. Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of Influenza 15th November 1918. Age 26. Son of Michael and Mary Ann Doyle, of Bana St., Bluff, Invercargill. Born at Invercargill. Served at Gallipoli and in France. 617.


Nigeria

ST. SAVIOURS CHURCH MEMORIAL


DOYLE, Marine PJ, S.S. "Umgeni". Nigerian Marine. 10th November 1917.


Russia

ARCHANGEL ALLIED CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, ALFRED RICHARD, 129393. 46th Bn. Royal Fusiliers. 1st August 1919. Age 28. L.3.


Singapore

KRANJI WAR CEMETERY


DOYLE, Gunner, J, 29628. 80th Coy. Royal Garrison Artillery. 8th May 1915. Age 39. Son of the late James and Jane Doyle, of John St., Wexford. 37.F.7.


South Africa

CAPE TOWN (MAITLAND) CEMETERY - Western Cape


DOYLE, Private, DONALD FRITZ, 6306. 18th Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Died of pneumonia 3rd January 1917. Age 21. Son of Maurice and Josephine Doyle, of Werrina, Mungindi, New South Wales. Australia. Sec 4. 97447B.


JOHANNESBURG (BRIXTON) CEMETERY - Gauteng


DOYLE, Private, JH, 1372. 2nd Bn. Rhodesia Regiment. 16th October 1917. R.C. 146.


VOORTREKKERHOOGTE (NEW) MILITARY CEMETERY - Gauteng


St Vincent

LAYOU CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, CHARLES, 10045. 8th Bn. British West Indies Regiment. Died of malaria 17th October 1919. Age 24. Son of Thomas Doyle and his wife Augusta Lewis, of Layou, St Vincent.


Tanzania

TANGA EUROPEAN CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, ALFRED THOMAS, 0/20. 2nd Bn. Rhodesia Regiment. Killed in action 9th June 9116. Age 45. Son of James Doyle; husband of Elizabeth Jane Doyle, of 23, Fifth avenue, Melville Johannesburg, Transvaal. Born at Port Elizabeth, Cape Province. V.B.3.


Turkey

COURTNEY'S AND STEEL'S POST CEMETERY


DOYLE, Lance Corporal, WILLIAM JAMES, 437. 14th Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Killed in action 27th April 1915. Age 23. Son of William Mark Doyle and Mary Agnes Doyle, 39 Rotherwood St, Richard, Victoria, Australia. Sp. Mem.7.


HELLES MEMORIAL


DOYLE, Private, ALFRED, 14753. 6th Bn. King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt). 13th August 1915. Age 18. Son of John Joseph and Agnes Doyle, of 9, Woollam Place, Liverpool Rd, Manchester. Panel 31 and 32.

DOYLE, Corporal, CHARLES REGINALD, L/13407. 2nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers. 5th June 1915. Panel 37 to 41 or 328.

DOYLE, Private, DANIEL, 11326. 6th Bn. South Lancashire Regiment. 9th August 1915. Panel 139 and 140.

DOYLE, Private, JOHN, 12232. 6th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment. 21st August 1915. Panel 51 to 54.

DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 11292. 6th Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 9th August 1915. Panel 152 to 154.

DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 12829. 6th Bn. East Lancashire Regiment. 9th August 1915. Panel 113 to 117.

DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 7128. 1st Bn. King's Own Scottish Borderers. 26th April 1915. Panel 84 to 92 or 220 to 222.

DOYLE, Corporal, JOHN, 824. 5th Bn. Connaught Rangers. 23dr August 1915. Age 30. Son of John and Bridget Doyle, of Banavane, Ahascragh, Co. Galway. Panel 181 to 183.

DOYLE, Private, JOSEPH CYRIL, 10688. 6th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment. 9th August 1915. Panel 44 to 46 or 331.

DOYLE, Lieutenant, JOHN JOSEPH, 6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 10th August 1915. Panel 190 to 196.

DOYLE, Corporal, THOMAS, 240261. 1st/5th Bn. Welsh Regiment. 17th August 1915. Age 31. Son of George and Annie Doyle, of 14, Taff St., Ceapamtywyll, Merthyr Tydfil. Panel 140 to 144.

DOYLE, Private, WILLIAM, 8906. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 4th June 1915. Age 20. Son of Gerald and Kate Doyle, of 18, St. Mary's St., Kingstown, Co, Dublin. Panel 190 to 196.

DOYLE, Private, WILLIAM, 2707. 1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. 28th June 1915. Panel 185 to 190.

DOYLE, Able Seaman, WILLIAM, KX/317. Nelson Bn. R.N. Div.Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. 13th July 1915. Son of William and Elllen Doyle, of 11, Victoria St., Consett. Co. Durham. Panel 8 to 15.

LONE PINE MEMORIAL


DOYLE, Private, JOHN WALLEY, 859. 18th Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Died of wounds at sea 3rd September 1915. 61.

DOYLE, Private, KENNETH BERBERT, 280. 2nd Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Killed in action 2nd May 1915. Age 21. Son of the late Laurance and Blanche Doyle, Native of Condoblin, New South Wales. 17.

DOYLE, Private, THOMAS, 2132. 1st Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Died of wounds at sea 15th August 1915. 14.

DOYLE, Private, THOMAS, 732. 2ND Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Killed in action 2nd May 1915. Age 32. Son of Michael Maurice Doyle and Catherine Doyle, native of New South Wales. 17.


TWELVE TREE COPSE CEMETERY


DOYLE, Lance Corporal, MARTIN, 10888. "E" Coy. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 15th June 1915. Age 23. Son of Mrs. M. Mulhall (formerly Doyle), of 10, Fitzwilliam Lane, Dublin, and the late Lawrence Doyle, XI.C.17.


V BEACH CEMETERY


DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 5597. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 26th April 1915. Special Memorial A.42.


United Kingdom

ALTRINCHAM BOWDON AND HALE (ALTRINCHAM) CEM - Cheshire


DOYLE, Private M, 315208. 23rd Bn. Cheshire Regiment. 3rd January 1919. X.435.


BASINGSTOKE (WORING ROAD) CEMETERY - Hampshire


BOURNEMOUTH EAST CEMETERY - Hampshire


DOYLE, second Lieutenant, MICHAEL WILLIAM, general List and. Royal Flying Corps. Killed whilst flying 22nd March 1918. Age 24. Son of Clarence M. Doyle, of "Chaibassa" Foxholes Rd., Southbourne, Bournemouth, and the late Maj. M.J. Doyle (T.A.) V.3.209.


BRIGHTLINSEA (ALL SAINTS) CHURCHYARD - Essex


DOYLE, Sub-Lieutenant, HARRY THOMAS H.M. Yacht "Verona" Royal Navy reserve. Killed by a mine explosion off Cromarty 24th February 1917. Age 33. Husband of Lillian Doyle, of 24, Lower Park Rd., Brightlinsea. Born at Kilburn, London. 8.2.


BROOKWOOD MILITARY CEMETERY - Surrey


DOYLE, Serjeant, VINCENT BERNARD, 591654. "D" Coy. London Regt. (London Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 29th October 1918. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Emma Doyle, of Dublin. XII.C.17.

CAMBRIDGE CITY CEMETERY - Cambridgeshire


DOYLE, Serjeant, T, 281122. 43rd Anti-Aircraft Coy. Royal garrison Artillery. 10th July 1918. D. 2494.


CASTLEMARTIN (ST. MICHAEL) CHURCHYARD - Pembrokeshire


DOYLE, Trimmer, D, S.S. "Ionian". Mercantile Marine. 20th October 1917.


ACTERHAM AND WARLINGHAM (CATERHAM) BURIAL GROUND - Surrey


DOYLE, Private, J, 9311. 2nd Bn. Irish Guards. 7th September 1915. Age 19. Son of Michael and Margaret Doyle, of 184, Kilternan Cottage, Golden Bull., Co. Dublin. A.447.


CHATHAM MEMORIAL - Kent


Doyle, Able seaman, HENRY, 159166 (RFR/CH/B/2246) R.N. H.M.S. "Queen Mary". Royal navy. Killed in action at battle of Jutland 31st May 1916. Age 42. Son of John and Annie Doyle, of Devonshire; husband of Christina Doyle, of 28A, Birchfield St., Liverpool. 16.

DOYLE, Senior Reserve Attendant, MICHAEL. M/9463. Royal Navy. Killed in action with submarine in English Channel 1st January 1915. 15.

ELLESMERE PORT (CHIRST CHURCH) CHURCHYARD - Cheshire


DOYLE, Private, EDWARD, 17074. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 29th January 1021. Age 35. Husband of Margaret Doyle, of 38, Beechfield Rd., Ellesmere Port. Old. 5.25.


FULWOOD (CHRIST CHURCH) CHURCHYARD - Yorkshire


DOYLE, Ordinary seaman, J. Z/12801. H.M. Trawler "John Cooper". Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 19th January 1919. 1862.


GLASCOW (ST. PETER'S) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY - Glasgow


DOYLE, Private, J. 40670. 1st Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). 2nd March 1918. XV. 159.


GRAYSHOTT (ST LUKE) CHURCHYARD - Hampshire


DOYLE, captain, A A K C, 1st Bn.. Hampshire Regiment. 1st November 1918. Age 24. Son of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Lady Conan Doyle, of Windlesham, Crowborough, Sussex. Wounded on the Somme. 23D. 191.


GREAT WARLEY (CHRIST CHURCH) CEMETERY - Essex


DOYLE, Private, DOMIUICK, 6834. 3RD Bn. Irish Guards. 9th January 1916. L. 71.


GREENWICH ROYAL NAVAL CEMETERY - London


DOYLE, Seaman A, 3131/B S.S. "Inverawe". Royal Naval Reserve. 12th October 1918. C.C. 52.


HORNSEA CEMETERY - Yorkshire


DOYLE, Private, T, 6674. 3rd Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 3rd May 1915. L.44.


INVERNESS (TOMNAHURICH) CEMETERY - Invernesshire


DOYLE, private, JOSEPH, 62443. 78TH Bn. Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regt). 5th September 1918. Born in Middlesex Co., Ontario, Canada. H10.6.276.


KIRK PATRICK (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD - Isle of Man


DOYLE, Private, J, 19388. 305th Protection Coy. Royal Defence Corps. 15th November 1916. 5.


LEICESTER (WELFORD ROAD_ CEMETERY - Leicestershire


DOYLE, Private, JOHN, 23593. Cameron Highlanders transf, to (3772) Eastern Command Labor Centre Labour Corps. 10th September 1918. 01.208.


LIVERPOOL (FORD) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY - Lancashire


DOYLE, Private, F. 26614. Royal Irish Regiment. 23rd November 1920. 524.

DOYLE, seaman, JOHN, 5322.B. Ketch "Trebiskin". Royal Naval Reserve. 12th November 1918. Age 33. Son of John and Mary Doyle; husband of Annie Doyle, of 61, Aspinall St., Stanley Rd. Liverpool. 152.


DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 458583. 60TH Bn. Canadian Infantry. Died of pneumonia 3rd December 1915. Age 31. Son of Michael and Mary Doyle, of 23, Bute, St., Liverpool. R.SP. 477.


LIVERPOOL (KIRKDALE) CEMETERY - Lancashire


DOYLE, Sapper, EDWARD, WR/332122, Royal Engineers. 23rd January 1920. Age 42. Son of John and Sarah Ellen Doyle; husband of Annie E. Doyle, of 2 BK., Simmonds Gardens, Liverpool. VIII. CE. 105.


MOSTON (ST. JOSEPH'S) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY - Lancashire


DOYLE, Private, JOSEPH, 301554. 8th (Reserve) Bn. Manchester Regiment. Died of bronchial catarrh 19th June 1917. Age 38. Husband of Ellen Doyle, of 16, Waugh St., Beswick, Manchester. Soldiers Polt 181 (Screen Wall)


NETLEY MILITARY CEMETERY - Hampshire


DOYLE, Private, FRANK BERTRAM, 4165. 6th Bn. Australian Infantry. A.I.F. Died of wounds. 16th December 1916. Age 19. Son of John and Georgina Doyle, of 118, Asling St., Garden Vale, Victoria, Australia, C.E. 1882.


NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME CEMETERY - Staffordshire


DOYLE, Private, P, 18105. 3rd Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment Labour Corps. 12th August 1919. Age 38. Son of Daniel and Sarah Ann Doyle; husband of Lydia Doyle, of 16, Wilton St., Cross Heath, Newcastle-under-Lyme. Born at Hanley. 76.R.C.39.


NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE (ST ANDREW'S AND JESMOND) CEMETERY - Northumberland


DOYLE, Private, P, 27086. 16th Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment. 31st March 1917. W.U. 390.

DOYLE, Private, WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER, 110. 3rd Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. 11th May 1915. Age 32. Son of Anne Doyle, of 1, Clifton Terrace, Ranleigh Rd., Dublin, and the late Michael Doyle. R.U. 324.


PLYMOUTH MEMORIAL - Devon


DOYLE, Seaman, CHRISTOPHER, 5878A. H.M.S. "Laurentic" Royal Naval Reserve. Killed by mine explosion off N. Irish Coast. 25th January 1917. Age 22. Son of Michael and Catherine Doyle, of 220 Commercial, Rd., Kirkdale, Liverpool. 23.

DOYLE, Stoker, DANIEL, 690V, H.M.S. "Indefatigable". Royal Naval Reserve. Killed in action at battle of Jutland 31st May 1916. Age 47. Son of Daniel and Mary Doyle, of Waterford 5; husband of Mary Doyle, of 11 Newport St., Grangetown, Cardiff. 19.

DOYLE, Private, FRANCIS, PLY/16787. H.M.S. "Indefatigable" Royal Marine Light Infantry. Killed in action at battle of Jutland 31st May 1916. 18.

DOYLE, Able Seaman, HERBERT LAWRENCE, 757218., 757218. M.M.R.M. Mercantile Marine Reserve. Killed in enemy action with S.S. "Hollington". 2nd June 1917. Son of Peter and Emma Doyle, of 12 Lord St., Birkenhead. 25.

DOYLE, Seaman, JOHN, 5367B. H.M.S. "Laurentic". Royal Naval Reserve. Killed in mine explosion of N. Irish Coast. 25th January 1917. Age 36. Son of Annie Doyle, of Ballyhealy, Killmore Co., Wexford. Native of Rathaspick. Co. Wexford. 23.

PLYMOUTH OLD CEMETERY (PENNYCOMEQUICK) - Devon


DOYLE, Trimmer, M, 7628TS. H.M.S. "Vivid". Royal Naval Reserve. 3rd September 1918. General L. 16.4.


PONTEFRACT CEMETERY - Yorkshire


DOYLE, Private, T, 3/2669. 3rd Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. 10th October 1914. S.2341.


PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL - Hampshire


DOYLE, Stoker 1st Class, JAMES, 9110S. H.M.S. "Flirt" Royal Naval Reserve. Killed in action with Torpedo Boat Destroyers in Straits of Dover 26th October 1916. Age 16. Son of Thomas Ellen Doyle (nee O'Hare). Of Newry, Co. Down. Served at the battle of Jutland. 23.

DOYLE, Stoker 1st Class, ROBERT WILLIAM, K/10134. H.M.S. "Invincible" Royal Navy. Killed in action at Battle of Jutland 31st May 1916. Age 23. Son of Alice Lousia Williams (formerly Doyle), of 32, Maplin Rd., Custom House, London. Native of Canning Town 18.


RICHMOND CEMETERY - Surrey


DOYLE, Private, T.F. 26267. 4th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 2nd June 1916. Z. 5916.


RIPON CEMETERY - Yorkshire


DOYLE, Private, W.W. 259264. 15th Bn. Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario regt). 7th April 1919. F. 327.


RUNCORN CEMETERY - Cheshire


DOYLE, Private, J, 14857. 10th Bn. Cheshire Regiment. Died of wounds 16th September 1916. Age 24. Son of John and Mary Doyle, of 23, Water St., Runcorn. 2. 242.


SOUTHAMPTON (HOLLYBROOK) CEMETERY - Hampshire


DOYLE, Private, W. 56824. 1st Bn. Highland Light Infantry. 22nd May 1919. B.01.12.

STOCKPORT BOROUGH CEMETERY - Cheshire


DOYLE, Private, P. 16437. 29th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 2nd August 1916. C.A.R.C. 271.


SUNDERLAND (BISHOPWEARMOUTH) CEMETERY - Durham


DOYLE, Private, L. 43760. 3rd Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. 26th December 1917. 3.A. 2292.


SUNDERLAND (MERE KNOLLS) CEMETERY - Durham


DOYLE, Private, GEORGE WILLIAM, 42587 "A" Coy. 10th Bn. Durham Light Infantry. Died of wounds 22nd February 1918. Age 21. Son of Mr D. and Mrs E.A. Doyle, of 92, Gladstone St., Sunderland. 27.A.7017.


SUNDERLAND (SOUTHWICK) CEMETERY - Durham


DOYLE, Serjeant, PATRICK, 4025. Royal garrison Artillery. 17th February 1918. Age 49. Son of Mrs Mary Doyle, of Ballybricken, Waterford. 2. "U" 387.


TIDWORTH MILITARY CEMETERY - Wiltshire


DOYLE, Private, JAMES, 2203. 28th Bn. Australian Infantry. A..I.F. 25th February 1919. A. 77.


TOWER HILL MEMORIAL - London


DOYLE, Cook, CHARLES, Mercantile Marine. Presumed drowned 254th march 1917. Age 17. Son of Thomas Doyle, of 6 Ashwood Walk, Wexford Rd., Arklow, Co, Wicklow, and the late Jane Doyle (nee Hogan).

DOYLE, Fireman and Trimmer, E, S.S. "Zent" (Belfast) Mercantile Marine. Drowned, as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine. 5th April 1916.

DOYLE, Second Mate, JAMES, S.S. "Eveleen" (Belfast). Mercantile Marine. Presumed drowned 6th May 1918. Age 35. Son of Margaret Doyle (nee Connell), of 19, Broughton St., Dundalk, Co, Louth, and the late William Doyle. Born at Dundalk.

DOYLE, Greaser, J, Mercantile Marine. Drowned, as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine. 12th February 1917. Age 32. Born at Liverpool.

DOYLE, Trimmer, JOHN, S.S. "Lavernock" (Cardiff). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine. 17th September 1918. Age 25. Son of Mary Doyle (nee McFlyer), and the late Hugh Doyle; husband of Eliza Doyle (nee Brown), of 4 Cathiness St., Glasgow. Born at Glasgow.

DOYLE, Fireman. JOHN, S.S. "Lusitania" (Liverpool). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine. 7th May 1915. Age 35. Son of Lawrence Doyle, of 368 Vauxhall Rd., Liverpool, and the late Ann Doyle. Born at Glynn, Co, Wexford.

DOYLE, Pantryman, JOHN JAMES, S.S. "Drina" (Belfast). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine. 1st March 1917. Age 27. Son of Katherine Viggor (formerly Doyle); husband of Sarah Doyle (nee Hurst), of 30, Maple Grove, Seaforth, lancs. Born at Liverpool.

DOYLE, Fireman, JAMES MORAN, S.S. "La Negra" (West Hartlepool) Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 3rd September 1916. Age 26. Son of Mary Ann Doyle (nee Moran), of 45, Reading St., Liverpool, and the late James Doyle.

DOYLE, Ships Cook, JOSEPH THOMAS, S.S. "Highbury" (London). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 31st May 1917. Age 30. Son of Mary Doyle and the late Joseph Patrick Doyle; husband of Mabel Doyle (nee Pettitt), of 72, Arthur St., Dingle, Liverpool. Born at Dublin.

DOYLE, Pantryman, PATRICK, S.S. "Umgeni" (London) Mercantile Marine. Presumed drowned 9th November 1917. Age 39. Son of Michael and Bridget Doyle; husband of Kate Doyle (nee Macdonald), of Great Island, Campile, Co, Wexford. Born at Tramore, Co, Waterford.

DOYLE, Leading Fireman, PETER S.S. "Lusitania" (Liverpool). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 7th May 1915. Age 32. Son of Laurence and the late Annie Doyle; husband of Bridget Doyle (nee Kelly), of 70, Dryden St., Liverpool. Born at Wexford.

DOYLE, Fireman, PATRICK, S.S. "Palmella" (Liverpool). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 22nd August 1918. Age 48. Son of the late Patrick and Mary Doyle; husband of the late Norah Doyle (nee Heeley). Born at Liverpool.

DOYLE, Sailor, PATRICK, H.M.M.S. "Llandovery castle" (London) Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 27th June 1918. Age 18. Son of Patrick and Bridget Doyle (nee Mathews). Of Strand Rd., Annagasson.

DOYLE, Able Seaman, PATRICK, S.S. "Formby" (Glasgow). Mercantile Marine. Presumed drowned 16th December 1917. Age 55. Son of the late James and Mary Doyle; husband of Catherine Doyle (nee Whitby), of 37, Doyce St., Waterford City, Waterford. Born at Kilmore, Co, Wexford.

DOYLE, Quartermaster, THOMAS, S.S. "Cork" (Dublin). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 26th January 1918. Age 29. Son of Margaret Doyle, and the Laurence Doyle; husband of Frances Mary Doyle (nee Costello), of 7 Summerhill Place, Dublin. Born at Co. Doewn.

DOYLE, Third Engineer, TERRENCE PATRICK, S.S. "Excellence Pleske" (London) Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 31st March 1918. Age 26. Son of the late Thomas and Mary Doyle; husband of Miriam Lenora Beatrice Doyle (nee Vincent), of 23, Cyfarthfa. St., Cardiff. Born at Cork.

DOYLE, Master, WILLIAM, "Eveleen" Mercantile Marine. 6th May 1918.

DOYLE, Greaser and Fireman, WILLIAM ALIAS. See "ROACH", the true family name.

DOYLE, Quartermaster, WILLIAM HENRY, H.M.H.S. "Glenart castle" (Southampton). Mercantile Marine. Drowned as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 26th February 1918. Age 57. Son of the late Henry and Julia Doyle; husband of Beatrice Fanny Fedora Doyle (nee Knapp), of 21, Parsonage Rd., Southampton. Born at Barbados.


WEST HAM CEMETERY - Essex


DOYLE, Private, C, 7696. Royal Army Medical Corps. 8th December 1917. 120912.


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