Names of those Killed or Injured in July 1922, Irish Civil War

Between the 11th and 22nd of July 1922 Civil War tore through the streets of Limerick. At the end of this eleven days siege a number of people were killed or injured. This period was to become known as Fall of Limerick. Below is a list of those individuals who were named at having attended the city hospitals for their injuries. There were in all likelihood many others injured during these two weeks that did not attend hospital.

Names of those Killed or Injured in July 1922, Irish Civil War

NameAddressHospitalInjuryResult
Bourke, EdKnocklongBarrington’s Hospital---Injured
Brennan, CatherineGarryowenSt. John’s HospitalArm woundInjured
Brophy, NoraLittle Gerald Griffin StreetSt. John’s HospitalBomb splinterInjured
Burns, Thomas---County Infirmary---Injured
Cadden, Mary (18)1 New RoadBarrington’s HospitalChest woundFatal
Cassidy, FrancisKillaloeBarrington’s HospitalFinger woundInjured
Coffey, J.4 Summerville TerraceSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
Cronin, Eugene---County Infirmary---Injured
Daly, Mrs.26 Patrick StreetBarrington’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Downey, J---St. John's HospitalArm woundInjured
Downey, Michael (38)51 PennywellSt. John’s HospitalArm woundInjured
Doyle, John---County Infirmary---Injured
Dundass, Patrick (10)ParteenBarrington’s Hospital---Injured
Egan, John (52)Clare Cottage, AthlunkardBarrington’s HospitalLeg woundInjured
Egan, John---St. John's HospitalThigh woundInjured
Egan, Thomas---County Infirmary---Injured
Goggin, Frank---St. John's HospitalBoth legs woundInjured
Gorbett, F---St. John's HospitalAbdomen woundInjured
Hanley, Patrick---County Infirmary---Fatal
Hayes, PatrickGarryowenSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
Hayes, Patrick8 Catherine StreetSt. John’s HospitalLeg woundInjured
Hogan, Francis---County Infirmary---Injured
Hogan, JohnParnell StreetSt. John’s HospitalArm woundInjured
Holliday, Francis (30)CorballyBarrington’s HospitalHand woundInjured
Kavanagh, MichaelThomondgateBarrington’s HospitalChest woundFatal
Kennedy, T.White’s LaneSt. John’s HospitalLeg woundInjured
Kenny, D.68 High Road, ThomondgateSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
Keogh, James22 Upper Gerald Griffin StreetSt. John's HospitalBomb & gun wound armInjured
Killeen, Dan2 Myles StreetSt. John’s HospitalArm woundInjured
Lee, Mary2 Cecil StreetSt. John’s HospitalBomb wound armInjured
Liddy, F.77 O’Connell StreetSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
Maher, JohnClare StreetBarrington’s HospitalHand woundInjured
McCarthy, Mary4 Catherine StreetSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
McDonnagh, John10 Little Ellen StreetBarrington’s HospitalLeg & Arm woundInjured
McDonogh, John4 Ellen StreetSt. John’s HospitalLeg woundInjured
McGee, William---County Infirmary---Injured
McNamara, MichaelBishop StreetBarrington’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Minihan, Michael (Scout) (16)SandmallSt.John's HospitalStomach woundFatal
Naughton, P. (Captain)Edward StreetSt. John’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Nunan, JohnParnell StreetSt. John’s HospitalBody woundFatal
O’Brien, Bridget (19)Bank PlaceBarrington’s HospitalHead woundFatal
O’Brien, M.O’Connell AvenueSt. John’s HospitalEar woundInjured
O’Brien, MichaelBack Clare StreetBarrington’s HospitalChest woundInjured
O’Brien, Thomas (Private) (18)Upper William StreetSt. John’s HospitalHeart woundFatal
O'Brien, Thomas---County Infirmary---Injured
O’Connor, P.Castle BarracksBarrington’s Hospital---Injured
O'Donnell, Timothy---County Infirmary---Injured
O'Dwyer, Thomas (Private)---St. John's HospitalBomb splinter headInjured
O’Mahony, Francis (23)120 O’Connell StreetSt. John’s HospitalLeg woundInjured
O'Mahony, J.---St. John's HospitalArm woundInjured
O’Mahony, P. (Private)MacroomSt. John’s HospitalHead woundFatal
O'Neill, R.---St. John's HospitalThigh woundInjured
O'Neill, Richard---County Infirmary---Injured
O'Shea, T.---St. John's HospitalBoth legs woundInjured
O’Sullivan, Patrick7 Patrick StreetSt. John’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
O'Sullivan, Patrick---County Infirmary---Injured
Purcell, Ellen2 Little Gerald Griffin StreetSt. John’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Quinn, Gerard (Captain)CorballySt. John’s HospitalBomb & Gun wound armInjured
Quinn, James4 Rosemary PlaceBarrington’s Hospital---Injured
Reidy, Joseph3 Ryan’s Lane, Queen StreetSt. John’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Reynells, D. (Colonel)---St. John’s HospitalThigh woundInjured
Ryan, Martin---County Infirmary---Injured
Ryan, MichaelFrancis StreetBarrington’s HospitalShoulder woundInjured
Ryan, T.---St. John's HospitalLeg woundInjured
Ryan, William---County Infirmary---Injured
Scott, JohnSt. Joseph’s TerraceSt. John’s HospitalHand woundInjured
Sister Mary MargaretTraining CollegeSt. John’s HospitalBack woundInjured
Tohill, T.Flag LaneSt. John’s HospitalNeck woundInjured
Wallace, Edward (62)WatergateSt. John’s HospitalChest woundFatal
Walsh, Ed.FoynesSt. John’s Hospital---Injured
Walsh, William---County Infirmary---Injured
Welsh, W.---St. John's HospitalLeg woundInjured
Williams, JohnGerald Griffin StreetBarrington’s HospitalToe woundInjured
Windrim, Ellen (54)Dominic StreetSt. John’s HospitalBody woundFatal
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Author: Sharon Slater

Sharon Slater is the owner and operator of the Limerick's Life website. She has been researching and collecting information regarding Limerick history and genealogies since her early teens. She obtained a Masters degree in Local History at the University of Limerick.

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