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2nd Battalion Leinster Regiment
Service No: 7362 (Sergeant)

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Personal details

Family Information

Husband of Ellen Hickey (nee Collins), of 34, Bannerman St., Kilbowie Rd. Clydebank, Glasgow (listed as 627 Glasgow Rd, Clydebank in 1919). From the 1901 Ireland Census - Address - 5 Doonpeter, Glenville, Cork - James Hickey aged 50, Albina Hickey aged 40, Denis Hickey aged 17, Eliza Hickey aged 15, Norah Hickey aged 12, John Hickey aged 9, David Hickey aged 8, Mary Hickey aged 6, Hanna Hickey aged 3, Ellen Hickey aged 2. From the 1911 Ireland Census - Address - 4 Doonpeter, Glenville, Cork - James Hickey aged 65, Albina Hickey aged 48, Denis Hickey aged 26, Norah Hickey aged 22, John Hickey aged 20, David Hickey aged 18, Mollie Hickey aged 15, Ellie Hickey aged 11, Bridget Hickey aged 9, James Hickey aged 5. Denis' Pension was awarded to his wife Ellen of 18 George Crescent, Radnor Park, Clydebank.

Born / Resided

Glenville, Cork / 252 Dundyvan Rd, Coatbridge (previously 10 Windsor Cottage, Ballyhooley Rd, Cork

Died

Died 07/11/1918 of dysentery at the 11th Casualty Clearing Station at Lille.

Enlisted

/08/1914

Employed

Farmers Son

Age

32 / 05/04/1885

Buried / Remembered

St. Andre Communal Cemetery (I. A. 81), Nord, France.

Cemetery / Memorial Information

The Communal Cemetery was used by German hospitals during the greater part of the War and by No.11 Casualty Clearing Station after the British occupation of Lille. There are now over 150, 1914-18 and over 20, 1939-45 war casualties commemorated in this site.

Additional Information

Denis died of dysentery at the 11th Casualty Clearing Station at Lille. Denis was awarded the Military Cross. London Gazette states - "He led his platoon with great gallantry and ability in the attack near Ledeghem on the 14/10/1918. Keeping his men well in hand and collecting those who had got lost in the fog he dealt with considerable opposition capturing many prisoners and machine guns. Again on the 20th October during the attack on Staceghem he did excellent work". Also remembered on the St Mary's Church Roll of Honour (see photos). See photos for Denis' Medal Index Card, his Newspaper clipping, his name on the Ireland Casualties of WW1, his Headstone Report x 2, his name on the 1911 England Census, his name on the Scotland National Probate Index 1919, his CWGC Grave Registration x 2, the 1901 Ireland Census, the 1911 Ireland Census x 2, Denis' Army Register of Soldiers Effects, his Service Medal and Award Rolls, St. Andre Communal Cemetery, the Leinster Regiment Cap Badge, Denis' name on the British Army List October 1918 and his Pension Record. Denis' grave inscription reads " CHRIST SHALL WIPE AWAY ALL TEARS AND THERE SHALL BE NO DEATH."

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