Denis Patrick (Ryner) FALVEY

Denis Patrick (Ryner) FALVEY

Male 1893 - 1943  (49 years)

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  • Name Denis Patrick (Ryner) FALVEY  [1
    Birth 15 Nov 1893  5 St James Square, Off Well Lane, Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Baptism 18 Nov 1893  North Cathedral, Cathedral Of St. Mary & St. Anne, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Gender Male 
    Census 31 Mar 1901  8 Patrick's Arch, Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Census 2 Apr 1911  3 Farren St., Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Bound to Trade 28 Jun 1913  Cork Operative Masons & Bricklayers Society, Fr Mathew Quay, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    CAUS Shock Due To Haemorrhage Resulting From Gross Laceration Of The Liver Caused By An Accidental Collision With Shaft Of A Pony Car On The 6th August 1943.   [7, 8
    Education North Mon 
    Residence 14 Jan 1918  3 Patrick's Arch, Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Initiated to Trade 22 Nov 1919  Cork Operative Masons & Bricklayers Society, Fr Mathew Quay, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    MILI Was in the Connaught Rangers English army his number was 1326.
    "Fought with the Connaught Rangers, we do have postcards he sent to my grandmother during the war but places have been scratched out as they weren't supposed to say. He did some training in Edinburgh Scotland and we have a card from Ypres in France, he got some commendations that unfortunately my grandmother burned after he died, I think she wasn't thinking straight in her grief, but I do have some of his medals and stripes and his hat badge. Dad can't remember his dad's birthday but I think the year 1894 is right. He was demobed in 1918 to the best of my knowledge"

    DENIS PATRICK FALVEY 1326.

    Born Cork City.

    Enlisted in the 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers circa September 1914. Short Service (Duration of the War).

    Undertook basic training at Moore Park, Fermoy and Kilworth Camp, Co Cork.

    Left Kilworth Camp August 1915 and transferred with Battalion to Blackwood Camp, Aldershot.

    Embarked Southampton 17th December 1915, disembarked Le Harve, France 18th December 1915 with 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers. (36 officers and 952 other ranks).

    Recommended for gallantry at Puits 14 BIS Sector, Loos, France 7th May 1916.
    No. 6/6193. Private P. Reilly and No. 3673 Private J. Gaffney were recommended for the DCM and No, 1326 L/Corp D. Falvey and 6155 Pte. J. Reilly for the parchment certificate for courage of the G.O.C 16th Division. On the 7th of May 1916 when some of their comrades were buried the two former worked in full view of the enemy and exposed to their fire for three quarters of an hour digging out their comrades. The later two assisted them by working in the trench where they were only partly sheltered from the enemy's fire.

    Discharged to Class Z Reserve 1919.

    No other information available- file destroyed.
    (Note- Puits is french for coal mine and the area around Loos-en-Gohelle and Lens in the N.E. of France is/was a major coal mining area. Therefore many hills and strategic slag heap coal dumps. - Matt Falvey 16 Apr 2009)

    WW1 Medal Card

    Campaign:- 1914-15
    (A) Where decoration was earned
    (B) Present situation

    Name Corps Rank Reg. No.
    (A) Falvey Conn Rang L/Cpl 1326
    (B) Denis -"- x Pte -"-

    Medal Roll Page
    Victory A/102 B2 277
    British do do
    15 Star A/1/2 56

    Action Taken - Class "Z"

    Theatre of War - (1) France

    Qualifying Date - 17-12-15

    Hi Matt, hadn't time to look at medals before I wrote to you last night, but it looks like my Grandad did get the Mons Trio, his number is 1326 and on the star which has crossed swords, a garland and a banner with 1914-15 with a crown on top says L. Cpl D. Falvey Conn:rang: at the back, the next one is a gold coin shaped one with a winged woman with a bow and arrow on the front, the great war for civilisation 1914-1919 on the back and 1326 pte D Falvey conn:rang: around the edge, the last of the trio is silver coin shaped with a mounted horseman on the front standing on a skull and crossbones and what could be a shield and some water in the background, 1914 and 1918 across the top, George V on the other side and 1326 pte D Falvey conn:rang: on the edge like the other one, I also have some ribbons that are the same as the ones holding the silver medal and the gold medal, a badge with the english and french flags on it, a conn rangers badge and shield with a harp and crown.


    On Tuesday, April 20, 2004, at 09:16 PM, info@connaughtrangers.co.uk wrote:

    Dear Matt,

    If he was a pre war regular its likely he was in the 1st or 2nd Bn. Actually
    this coming 25 April besides being remembered for ANZAC (where 5/CR were)
    was the start of 2nd Battle of Ypres where the Germans used Mustard Gas for
    the first time. All regulars who served in France from Aug/Sep 1914 got the
    1914 Trio or "Mons Trio" see attached. The medals are named with Army
    Number, Rank & Name. You need the number to have any hope of tracing info on
    him. There are certain Service Papers extant at the PRO Kew London see my
    word file here. Any idea when & where he died.

    The date bar on the Ribbon of the Star here denotes being in action between
    Aug & Nov 1914. The silver Rose sewn onto the ribbon was usually sewn onto
    a "Ribbon Bar2 (without the medals) to denote entitlement to the date bar.
    The star had impressed naming on the back and was issued b4 the Silver
    British War Medal & The Victory Medal. The latter two are impressed (naming)
    on the edges and issued together.

    2/CR were depoted in Tipperary Town for most of the years between the Boer
    War & WW1 and introduced the song "Its a Long Way to Tipperary" to the world
    as they marched thru Bolougne in Aug 1914. At outbreak of War, 1/CR were in
    India and arrive at Marseilles with the Indian Division in Sep 1914. Due to
    similar heavy losses approx 250 each bn, they were amalgamated at end Nov
    1914 and the 2/CR disappeared for the duration of the war. Excellent
    Regimental History in 3 Vols by Col HFN Jourdain CMG late 5/CR in WW1 and I
    would recommend for 2/CR "With the Indians in France" by Mereweather &
    Smith. See www.abebooks.com to search for titles.

    On the formation of The Irish Free State the Regimental Recruiting District
    (88th) was outside the UK so the Regiment like other famous Irish Regts was
    disbanded in 1922 and the Colours laid up at Windsor Castle where they still
    remain today.


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    * Following the declaration of War on August 4th 1914 recruitment began among the civilian population in Ireland and the Irish community in Britain to form two Irish Divisions to be used in the event the War should continue longer than forecast.

    * Under Army Order 382 of September 14th 1914 additional Service Battalion were to be formed to become part of the 16th Irish Division of the British Army. A week later on September 21st 1914 A Company 6th (Service) battalion Connaught Rangers was formed and 260 NCOs and recruits from the newly formed 5th (Service) were transferred to that unit at Kilworth Camp, Co Cork. The 6th Battalion was to become part of the 16th (Irish) Division.

    * The formation of the 6th Battalion had coincided with a speech by John Redmond, leader of the Irish Home Rule party, on September 20th; two days after the Home Rule Bill became law, at Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow, when he called on the Irish volunteers to fight for the cause of Home Rule on the battlefields of France. Many of the new recruits to the 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers were therefore Redmondite Irish Volunteers.

    * For the rest of September 1914 all new drafts were posted to the 6th Battalion in an attempt to build it up. At the end of September the nucleus of the Battalion 3 officers, one Quartermaster and 340 men left Kilworth for Moore Park in Fermoy where it as to be stationed for the next few months. On October 6th Lieut- Col John S.M Lenox- Conyngham was appointed the Battalion Commanding Officer.
    * Most of the new recruits were from the west of Ireland, others from the Irish communities in England and a number of men recruited locally in Co Cork

    * However in November the Battalion had a huge influx of recruits from Belfast. On 19 November 1914, 500 nationalist recruits from the Belfast national Volunteers began the long train journey south to join the 16th Division. On 20 November they were inspected by Parsons at Fermoy before being posted to the 6th Connaught Rangers.

    * The 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers became part of the 47th Brigade of the 16th (Irish) Division. The 47th Brigade which had the closest links with Remondite volunteers were in the best order. The 6th Connaughts and 6th Royal Irish Regiment shared the Old and New Barracks at Fermoy; and by the spring of 1915 each numbered well over 1,000 men.

    * In February 1915 the Battalion was marched back to Kilworth Camp and in August 1915 proceeded to Blackdown Camp near Aldershot for the final stages of field preparation.

    * On December 15th 1915 orders were received for deployment for the Western Front and two days later the 6th Battalion left Aldershot and proceeded via Farnborough by rail to Southampton.

    * 36 Officers and 952 men of the Connaught Rangers disembarked at Le Harve on the morning of December 18th 1915. They were first deployed to the Front line in the Hulluch Sector near Loos, France.

    * The first man killed in action was Belfast man Pte. John Lavery, No. 2442 killed on Thursday, January 27th, 1916. He is buried at Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos, France.

    * The 6th Connaughts remained in the Loos Sector until late August 1916 when they were moved to the Somme. They took part in the successful capture of the village of Guillemont on September 3rd 1916 during which their CO Col Lenox- Conyngham was killed. He was replaced by Lieut Col Rowland C. Fielding from the Coldsteam Guards. He was to remain their CO until disbandment.
    *
    * On September 9th they took part in the capture of the village of Ginchy. After their participation in these two actions the battalion was reduced to about 200 men

    * In late September 1916 the Battalion was moved to Locre south of Ypres in Belgium where it was reinforced and brought back up to strength. The winter and spring of late 1916 and early 1917 was spent in the front line below the German held Messines Ridge. On June 6th 1917 mines tunnelled deep under the German trenches exploded and the 16th (Irish) Division poured up the ridge successfully capturing what remained of the Belgium town of Wytschaete. Two months later the 6th Connaught Rangers were then deployed north of Ypres and suffered heavily at Frezenberg Ridge during the Battle of Passchendaele in August. In late August the Rangers were moved back to France and deployed near Envillers. On November 20th 1917 the 6th Connaught Rangers successfully took a German position known as 'Tunnel Trench 'near Croisilles. In December 1917 the Battalion were moved yet again this time south to Villers Faucon, east of Albert, where they remained until March 1918.

    * On the morning of March 21st 1918 the German Army launched a major offensive in a last ditch effort to win the War. The brunt of the offensive fell on the southern most section of the British lines where they joined with the French army. This was the Sector occupied by troops of the 16th (Irish) Division and the losses were huge. The 6th Connaught Rangers were almost wiped out in a futile counterattack at Ronssoy Wood during the afternoon of the offensive. Between March 21st and March 27th 1918 - 22 officers and 618 men of the 6th battalion Connaught Rangers were killed, wounded or missing (a large number taken prisoner).

    * On April 13th 1918 the survivors of the battalion, 14 officers and 306 men were gathered into two companies and the 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers was disbanded. Most of the Rangers were transferred to the 2nd Battalion Leinster Regiment where they fought on until the Armistice on November 11th 1918.

    * OLIVER FALLON Researcher/ Archivist Connaught Rangers.
    * Not to be reproduced without expressed permission of author.  [1, 11, 12, 13
    Occupation Scholar 1901 , Mason 1913, Soldier 1918, Stonemason 1943,  [4, 6, 8, 9
    Religion Roman Catholic 
    Residence 6 Aug 1943  16 O'Connell St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    _UID 77749657A07B4E189C2EEA9F2E55F01D3CF5 
    Death 6 Aug 1943  Hilltown Cross, Carr's Hill, Carrigaline Rd., Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 7, 8, 14
    • Q 30 Sep 1943, Cork, Vol 5, Page 117 Age 45
    Burial 9 Aug 1943  St Joseph's Cemetery, Tory Top Rd., Ballyphehane, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [15
    • Falvey Denis, Age 45, Cork. Vol 5, Page 117
    Notes 
    • Superintendent Registrar's District Cork, Registrar's District Cork
      1893 Birth registered in the district of No 2 in the Union of Cork in the County of Cork
      No ?89
      Date and Place of Birth - 1893 Thirteenth December, 5 St James's Square,
      Name - Denis, Sex - M, Name and Surname and Dwelling Place of Father - Thomas Falvey 5, Saint James' Square, Name Surname and Maiden Surname of Mother - Mary Falvey formerly Vanston,
      Rank or Profession of Father - Mason,
      Signature, Qualification and Residence of Informant - Mary Falvey Mother 5 Saint James' Square,
      When Registered - Fifth March 1894, Signature of Register - Daniel Mahony.

      Baptism record, North Cathedral Register 13, page 117 entry 29
      Denis Falvey, birth date 15 Nov 1893, baptism 18 Nov 1893.
      Townland/Street - Johnsons Lane
      Father Thomas Falvey, Mother Mary Vanston.
      Sponsor 1 James Falvey, Sponsor 2 Catherine Murphy.
      Comment: Celebrant M Murphy SP2 Kate

      Note: there is a discrepancy in the birth dates and birth location, between the North Cathedral records and the GRO records. I am going to use the North Cathedral records as they were recorded 3 days after Denis' birth whilst the GRO were recorded 4 months later. Bear in mind though that the evidence I have from the North Cathedral is a printout, not a photocopy of the actual entry whilst the GRO record is a photocopy of the actual entry page.

      Census of Ireland 1901 - 8 St Patricks Arch, Cork City, Ireland.
      Denis Falvey, Son, RC, Read, age 7, Scholar, Not Married, born Cork City.

      1911 Census, Denis Falvey, Son, R & W, aged 17, Mason, Single, born Cork City.

      June 28th 1913
      Denis Falvey bound to his father Thomas Falvey (1) on the 28th June 1913,
      having already served 3 1/2 years to be out of his time on the 1st May 1917
      John Kidney, Henry Kidney Witnesses


      LDS Marriage film Q 31/Mar/1918 vol 5 pg 99 Denis Falvey to May Foran

      1918 Marriage solemised at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Cork in the Registers District of 4 Urban in the Union of Cork in the County of Cork.

      No 218
      When Married January 14 1918,

      Denis Falvey, Age - Full, Condition - Bachelor, Rank or Profession - Soldier, Residence at the time of Marriage - 3 Patricks Arch, Father's Name and Surname - Thomas Falvey, Rank or Profession or Father - Mason

      Mary Foran, Age - Full, Condition - Spinster, Rank or Profession - Laundress, Residence at the Time of Marriage - 4 Patricks Arch, Fathers Name and Surname - Thomas Foran, Rank or Profession of Father - Waiter,

      Married in the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Cork according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Roman Catholic Church by me P Mannell CC

      This Marriage was solemnized between us Denis Falvey and Mary Foran
      In the pressence of of Laurence Skillington and Eileen Skillington. witnesses.

      Marriage no 218 registered by me the 23 day of February 1918 xxxdeputy register

      He was in the English army and married after the war.

      Nov. 22 1919
      Denis Falvey has been initiated a member of this society on Saturday 22 No. 1919
      Thomas Kenealy Secretary.
      Denis Falvey
      Thomas Falvey





      Breda Quinlan, (21Dec 2005), Said that she can remember the day Ryner died as if it was yesterday, she met Ryner on the day he died when he called into Dineen's shop next to the Harrier bar, to get groceries for May for the house in Crosshaven. She said he was in great form and looking forward to getting there. He was a handsome man a lovely man, he was always spotlessly clean I never saw him dirty even on the way home from work he was clean. He was on his bicycle and the shaft of a horse and cart went right through him. He died later that day.

      Cork Examiner - 7 Aug 1943
      Shocking Tragedy on Co. Cork Road

      Young Man Killed Near Carrigaline

      A tragic accident as a result of which a young man lost his life occurred yesterday
      afternoon at Hilltown Cross on the main Cork-Carrigaline Road.
      Up to an early hour this morning the body was not identified.

      Deceased was "telling down Carr's Hill" and when near the cross he
      collided with a pony and cart which it appears were stationary.
      The shaft of the cart penetrated his body, and he sustained other severe injuries,
      from which he died almost immediately.
      He was attended by Rev A Stritch CC Carrigaline and Dr. Stritch Carrigaline,
      before being removed by ambulance to the Cork County Home.
      No papers or other means of identification were found in the possession
      of the dead man. He was aged about 35 years, and was of medium height
      and wore a blue sports coat and a grey flannel trousers.

      Cork Examiner - Aug 1943
      Inquest Story

      Sitting with a jury at the Cork Co. Home yesterday, Mr J Horgan, Solr., Deputy Coroner, held an inquest to xxxing the death of Denis Falvey, 16 O'Connell Street, Blackpool, Cork, who was killed on Friday last in collision with a pony and van at Hilltown Cross, Carr's Hill, Co. Cork. Mr. W J Hegarty, solr., appeared for the next-of-kin and Mr B M O'Meara, solr., was for the owner of the pony and van.

      Patrick Falvey brother of the deceased, gave evidence of identification of the remains at the Cork County Home. He last saw his brother alive about 12.20 pm on the day of the accident, when he had a short conversation with him at the North Gate Bridge, Deceased was staying in Crosshaven for his holidays, was in the city for the day, and intended returning to Crosshaven that evening. he was perfectly sober on the occasion.

      Cornelius Collins, 12 Gerald Griffin St., Cork, stated he was in Carrigaline on business with another man on Friday last. they were unable to get the 2.30pm bus back to Cork and they commenced to walk towards Carr's Hill. When near Hilltown Cross a pony and van approached them from behind, and, turning round, witness's friend asked the driver of the cart for a lift to the city. The driver agreed and stopped the van. Witness and his friend turned back towards the van and they heard the driver shout a warning. Immediately a cyclist coming down Carr's Hill struck the man who was with witness and collided with the pony and van.

      David Donovan, Owenville, Balinlough, Cork who was with the last witness, said that as they turned to enter the van he felt a light blow on his arm and the next saw the cyclist colliding with the pony and van. The van was stationary and was on its correct side. The cyclist who had a strong wind behind him, was travelling at a very fast pace. When the cyclist was approaching there was plenty of room for him to pass, but he had swerved to his wrong side.

      Guard Byrne, Passages, gave evidence of taking a statement from the driver of the pony and van who was a licensed hawker and who was travelling from Ringaskiddy to Cork on the occasion.

      GUARDS EVIDENCE

      Guard Maher stated that the road is 19 feet at the scene of the accident. There is a clear view from here of 116 yards up the Cork road. When he arrived on the scene at 3.55 pm the body of the decease had been removed to the bank at the side of the road. There was a pool of blood six feet from the left hand side of the road facing Cork. The width of the van was 5 ft. 11 ins. On examining the bicycle of the deceased, he found that it had a defective back brake but the front one was perfect. He found a folded overcoat which was tied with a piece of cord and had the appearance of having been hanging from the handlebars, on the road near where the accident occurred. To Mr. O'Meara, witness agreed that the road at this point had considerably levelled out, and there was not actually a steep incline just there.

      Dr. Gould, RMS. Co. Home, stated that Falvey was dead when admitted there at 4.20pm on Friday last. There were severe injuries to the chest and ribs and gross laceration of the liver. Death, in his opinion, was due to shock and haemorrhage following the latter injury.

      Mr Max Haymen. Courtville, Carrigeen Park, Cork, owner of the pony and van, stated that they were stationary when the accident occurred. He had stopped to give the two men a lift to Douglas, and immediately he saw the cyclist approaching him at a terrific pace. He was about 40 yards away when he first saw him. He shouted a warning, but the cyclist swerved to his wrong side and came straight for the pony.

      Mr. O'Meara, solr., said that his client could not possibly be blamed for this unfortunate accident. The evidence went to prove that the van was stationary and on its correct side. He wished to express the deepest sympathy with the widow and relatives of the deceased.

      On the recommendation of the Coroner, who said that Mr. Haymen was entirely blameless, the jury bought in a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence. the Coroner, the foreman of the jury (Mr James Moorcroft), Inspector Fennelly (on behalf of Garda authorities), and Dr. Gould, all expressed sympathy with the relatives, and Mr W J Hegarty suitably replied.

      1943 Deaths Registered in the District of Douglas in the Superintendent Registrar's District of Cork in the County of Cork.
      No.40.
      Date and Place of Death - 1943 Sixth August, Carr's Hill, Carrigaline, Co Cork.
      Name and Surname - Denis Falvey, ; Sex - M; Condition - Married; Age last Birthday - 45 Yrs;
      Rank, Profession or Occupation - Stonemason;
      Certified Cause of Death, and Duration of Illness: Shock due to haemorrhage resulting from gross laceration of the liver caused by an accidental collision with shaft of a pony car on the 6th August 1943.
      Signature, Qualification, and Residence of Informant - Information received from John J Horgan Coroner for County Cork, Recorder Lee Road Cork, Inquest held Ninth August 1943.
      When registered - Eleventh August 1943, Signature of Registrar - Mary Lane Asst.

      The Evening Echo - Cork - Saturday 7 August 1943

      FALVEY (Cork)- On August 6, 1943
      (result of an accident). Denis Falvey
      (mason), beloved husband of May Falvey
      (nee Foran). Deeply regretted by his
      loving wife and family, mother, relatives
      and friends. R.I.P. Removal of remains
      from District Hospital to Cathedral on
      this (Saturday) evening at 7 o'clock.
      Funeral on Monday at 3.30 p.m. to St
      Joseph's Cemetery

      St Joseph's Cemetery, Cork. Burial Register Receipt
      St Joseph's Cemetery, Cork. (Botanic Gardens)
      Name of Owner of Grave or Vault : Walsh
      Name of Deceased : Denis Falvey
      Address : Hilltown Douglas
      Age; 1st N Charles Callanan Railing
      Date of Death 7th day of August 1943
      Cause of Death : Accidental.
      Funeral at 4 o'clock, on Monday the 9 instant, in undermentioned Section and Row
      Section : 2, Row : , Grave : ,
      Amount paid for Grave or Vault:
      Opening Pounds 1.0.0.
      Chapel : 0.5.0.
      Dated 12 day of Aug 19... , ...o'clock, Miah Foley [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15]
    Person ID I110  falvey08
    Last Modified 12 Nov 2020 

    Father Thomas FALVEY,   b. 18 Aug 1852, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 5 Mar 1924, 3 Farren St., Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 71 years) 
    Mother Mary (Molly) VANSTON,   b. 26 Nov 1864, 12 Peacock Lane, (Now Gerald Griffin Ave.), Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 27 Dec 1949, Cork District Hospital, (Now St Finbarr's Hospital), Douglas Rd., Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 85 years) 
    Marriage 6 Jun 1891  North Cathedral, Cathedral Of St. Mary & St. Anne, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F83  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Mary (May) FORAN,   b. 12 Sep 1894, Curry's Rock, Off John St., Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 25 Nov 1977, North Infirmary Hospital, Mulgrave Rd, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 83 years) 
    Marriage 14 Jan 1918  North Cathedral, Cathedral Of St. Mary & St. Anne, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    • LDS Marriage film Q 31/Mar/1918 vol 5 pg 99
    _UID 6915A6B2C7B14093962435B72459717429F1 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Francis FALVEY,   b. 17 Oct 1919, 68 Gerald Griffin Street, Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 12 May 2011, Beaumont Residential Care, Woodvale Rd., Beaumont, Ballintemple, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 91 years)
     2. Patrick Christopher (Paddy) FALVEY,   b. 18 Dec 1920, Gerald Griffin Street, Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 5 Oct 1964, Victoria Hospital, Infirmary Rd., Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 43 years)
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    Family ID F88  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 25 Jul 2004 

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBirth - 15 Nov 1893 - 5 St James Square, Off Well Lane, Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 18 Nov 1893 - North Cathedral, Cathedral of St. Mary & St. Anne, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 31 Mar 1901 - 8 Patrick's Arch, Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCensus - 2 Apr 1911 - 3 Farren St., Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBound to Trade - 28 Jun 1913 - Cork Operative Masons & Bricklayers Society, Fr Mathew Quay, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 14 Jan 1918 - 3 Patrick's Arch, Off Gerald Griffin St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - 14 Jan 1918 - North Cathedral, Cathedral of St. Mary & St. Anne, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsInitiated to Trade - 22 Nov 1919 - Cork Operative Masons & Bricklayers Society, Fr Mathew Quay, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 6 Aug 1943 - 16 O'Connell St., Blackpool, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - 6 Aug 1943 - Hilltown Cross, Carr's Hill, Carrigaline Rd., Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBurial - 9 Aug 1943 - St Joseph's Cemetery, Tory Top Rd., Ballyphehane, Cork City, Co Cork, Ireland Link to Google Earth
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    Documents
    1893 Birth of , Denis Falvey, 5 Saint James Square, Cork City
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    DenisFalveyExaminerOSC1328
    DenisFalveyExaminerOSC1328
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