BANDON GENEALOGY                        

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William Bird of Ballymodan, Bandon.  Mill Hand.  21 years old on 23rd Sept 1914 when he enlisted in Australian Forces. father William Bird of Ballymodan Bandon

Patrick Kelleher of Bandon. 29 years old in 1917.  Sister. Mrs R Collins in Bandon. Applied for entry into the Australian Imperial Forces.  Was formerly police constable

Daniel O'Driscoll born 8th April 1909 in Bandon.  Place of Enlistment, Paddington, New South Wales.  Next of Kin William O'Driscoll. Date 1939-48

John Francis Clifford born in Bandon 8th October 1908. Place of enlistment Yarrawonga, Victoria.  Next of Kin Della Clifford 1939-48

Joseph Henry Murray alias Bandon.  Became a Deserter from the Australian Imperial Forces and was courtmarshalled. 5th June 1917

Jeremiah McSweeney, born in the parish of Murragh, Bandon in 1891 and enlised in the Australian Military Forces on 27th October, 1916 - 7th/38th Battalion.  Was previously a cook.  Father Eugene McSweeney of Newcestown, Co Cork.  Had been in Home Defence Force and had requested discharge.