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 Dum Dum Memorial to Irishmen dying during the Retreat from Kabul (1841-42)
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An extended list of Irish Soldiers who died during the Retreat from Kabul between November 1841 and January 1842.

Note that these men were in the 1st Troop, 1st Brigade Bengal Horse Artillery. Their names feature on a Memorial erected at Dum Dum in 1844. Only the Irishmen have been extracted from a list of 99 soldiers by Leslie Rogers (Dun Laoghaire) in pursuit of their places of origin. The list is not therefore complete and extra records have been added as found in the India Office Records.
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click to view detail John Connolly Sergeant Dromdaleague
click to view detail James O'Donohoe Corporal Mungret
click to view detail John Macnamara Bombardier Dysert
click to view detail James Daly Gunner Myross
click to view detail Patrick Maher Gunner Barna
click to view detail Matthew Delaney Gunner Maryborough
click to view detail John Walsh Gunner Macroom
click to view detail Martin McDonnell Gunner St. Peter's
click to view detail James Flaherty Gunner St. Anne's, Shandon
click to view detail James Ahern Gunner St. Peter's
click to view detail William Donoughue Gunner Coolgreen
click to view detail John Reilly Gunner Athleague
click to view detail Patrick McNamara Gunner Pubblebrien
click to view detail Timothy Carthy Gunner Charleville
click to view detail Thomas Egan Gunner Kilnasoolagh
click to view detail William Meally Gunner Fenagh
click to view detail Edmund Croker Gunner Inch St. Lawrence
click to view detail Martin Conlon Gunner Swinford
click to view detail Andrew Glynnn Gunner Rath
click to view detail David Walsh Gunner Aglish
click to view detail Thomas Moloney Gunner Feakle
click to view detail Martin O'Brien Gunner St. Anne's, Shandon
click to view detail James King Gunner Askeaton
click to view detail Edward Short Gunner Kilquade
click to view detail Patrick Dunn Gunner Rhode
click to view detail John Dunn Gunner Blanchardstown
click to view detail John Jackson Gunner Athlone
click to view detail James Glindon Gunner St. Canice's
click to view detail Michael Brien Gunner Tubbrid
click to view detail Charles Buckley Sergeant Creemore
 
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