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All-Ireland Senior Hurling Medallists : 1887 – 1940

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1887¹ 1889² 1890 1891³
TIPPERARY DUBLIN CORK KERRY
Martin McNamara Nicholas O’Shea (c) John Buckley Maurice Kelly
Matty Maher Frank Coughlan Dan Lane (c) Michael McCarthy
Tom Maher Thomas Butler Jer Hinchion
Richard Kissane
Tom Burke John Lambe Dan Looney Pat Wynne
Jer Dwyer Dan Kerwick Dan Linehan Thade E McCarthy
Ned Murphy J.D. O’Byrne Michael Horgan Pat Quane
Ned Bowe Thomas McKenna Tom Twomey 70. Michael Kirby
Jer Ryan W.J. Spain Thady O’Connor Michael O’Sullivan
Tom Healy 30. James Harper 51. John Kelleher Thade D McCarthy
10. Pat Leahy Charles Hackett James Reilly John Murphy
Jim Dwyer Thomas Maher Tim Kelleher John Mahoney (c)
John Mockler John Bishop Dan Drew Jackeen Quane
Jim Stapleton (c) Thomas Belton Pat O’Riordan Michael Riordan
Andy Maher Patrick Ryan Tom Goode Frank Crowley
Tom Stapleton J. Cahill Pat Buckley Tom Dunne
Pat Lambe Ned Gilligan Dan O’Sullivan Jim McDonnell
Dan Ryan Fred Palmer Denis Horgan 80. Pat O’Rourke
Jack Dunne Sil Riordan 60. Jer O’Sullivan John O’Sullivan
John Leamy 40. Patrick O’Shea John Linehan James Crowley
20. Mick Carroll Patrick Riordan Paddy O’Riordan Maurice Fitzmaurice
Tom Carroll Michael Madigan Ned Reilly Paddy O’Carroll
      J Murphy (Dromartin)

 

1892 1893 1894³
CORK CORK CORK
Johnny Kenneally Jer Norberg TWO
Mick Casserly John ‘Curtis’ Murphy (c) Jim Kelleher
James Keegan Pat O’Keeffe Stephen Hayes (c)
John Leahy James Delea TWO
Billy O’Callaghan (c) Willie John O’Connell TWO
91. Mickey Sheehan Michael Cronin TWO
Con O’Callaghan Jack Cullinane TWO
Denis O’Halloran Pat Flaherty John Kidney
Tom Irwin David Hayes TWO
John O’Connor TWO THREE
Dinny Scannell TWO 118. Dan Coughlan
Dan Drew TWO 110. Michael Murphy TWO
Willie O’Connor Pat Coughlan TWO
John Cashman TWO THREE
Pat Buckley TWO Jim Young TWO
Denis Coughlan Steve Hegarty TWO
100. James Conway John O’Leary TWO

TIPPERARY FIVE TITLES IN SIX YEARS
1895 1896² 1898 1899 1900
Ned Maher TWO THREE FOUR
Johnny Walsh TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Mikey Maher (c) TWO (c) THREE (c) FOUR FIVE
Denis Walsh TWO THREE FOUR
Jack Maher TWO THREE FOUR Billy Maher (gk)
Phil Byrne TWO THREE FOUR Tom Semple
Johnny Connolly TWO THREE Jack Gleeson TWO
Ned Brennan TWO THREE Joe O’Keeffe TWO
Bill Devane TWO THREE ‘Big Bill’ Gleeson TWO
Thady Flanagan TWO Jim O’Keeffe TWO 170. Paddy Maher
Jim Flanagan TWO Watty Dunne TWO Tom Allen
130. John Maher TWO ‘Little Bill’ Gleeson TWO
Paddy Riordan Phil Scanlan 161. John Ryan TWO Ned Hayes (c)
Peter Maher Tommy Ryan TWO THREE FOUR
Fergus Moriarty Tim Condon TWO THREE (c) Paddy Hayes
Bill Kerwick Mike Wall TWO THREE
Jim Gleeson 140. E.D. Ryan TWO Jack Flanagan Matt Purcell
Paddy Doherty Dick O’Keeffe TWO Matty Ryan
Total – 40

LIMERICK 1897

John Reidy, Jim Flood, Pat Buskin, John Finn, Sean Og Hanley, John Hynes, Patrick O’Brien, Michael Downes, 150 – Denis Grimes (c), Patrick Butler, John Condon, Maurice Flynn, Tom Brazill, Jim Cathroll, Patrick Flynn, Pat Mulcahy, Mick Finn

These rolls of 19th Century All-Ireland Hurling medallists are cross-referenced from a variety of sources, but inconsistencies remain.

Allowing for uncertainties, the total number of laureates on the field of play from the 13 championships 1887-1900 is : 175

TITLES MEDALLISTS
TIPPERARY SIX SIXTY-ONE
CORK FOUR FIFTY-FOUR
KERRY ONE TWENTY-TWO
DUBLIN ONE TWENTY-ONE
LIMERICK ONE SEVENTEEN
FIVE-TIME MEDALLISTS TWO Mikey Maher, Johnny Walsh – Tipperary
FOUR-TIME MEDALLISTS FIVE Denis Walsh, Jack Maher, Phil Byrne, Ned Maher, Tommy Ryan – Tipperary
THREE-TIME MEDALLISTS SEVEN John Cashman, John O’Connor – Cork; Johnny Connolly, Ned Brennan, Bill Devane, Tim Condon, Mike Wall – Tipperary
TWICE MEDALLISTS 26 14 Cork, 12 Tipperary
SINGLE MEDAL WINNERS 135 38 Cork, 37 Tipperary, 22 Kerry, 21 Dublin, 17 Limerick

20th Century

1901¹ 1902 1903³
LONDON CORK CORK
Jack Coughlan (c) Jackie Shea 210. Bill Hennessy
Paddy Crowe Jamesy Kelleher (c) TWO
James Fitzgerald Jerry Desmond TWO
J(erry) O’Brien Tom Coughlan TWO
Tom Barry Steva Riordan TWO (c)
Jim Barry Dave McGrath TWO
Jer O’Connell Denis O’Keeffe TWO
John King 200. Willie O’Neill TWO
Dan Horgan Jer O’Leary TWO
Mick Horgan William Daly D(an) Buckley
Seamus (Tim) Lynch Walter Parfrey Lar Flaherty
Tim Doody Maurice Shea Jerh Coughlan
Mick McMahon Tom Mahony Dinny Kidney
Ned Barrett William Fitzgibbon Billy Mackesy
190. Paddy King Johnny Daly Pat O’Sullivan
J. Crowley Pat Leahy Michael O’Leary
Jer Kelleher Jim Ronayne Andy Buckley

THE FIRST GREAT KILKENNY DYNASTY

1904 1905 1907 1909 1911 1912 1913
Jack Rochford ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN
Dick ‘Drug’ Walsh ONE TWO THREE (c) FOUR (c) FIVE SIX SEVEN (c)
Sim Walton ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE (c) SIX (c) SEVEN
Dick Doyle ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN
Paddy Lanigan ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX
Eddie Doyle ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX
Jimmy Kelly ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX
Dan Kennedy ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX
Mick Doyle ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Dick Doherty ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Matt Gargan ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Jack Keoghan ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Dick Grace ONE TWO THREE FOUR
J.J. Brennan ONE TWO THREE FOUR
John T. Power (gk) ONE TWO THREE FOUR
Dan Stapleton ONE TWO (c) THREE
Jack Anthony ONE TWO THREE
Dan Grace ONE TWO THREE
Pierce Grace ONE TWO THREE
Martin Lalor ONE TWO
Jim Lalor ONE TWO
230. Jack Hoyne ONE TWO
Tom Kenny ONE TWO
Tom McCormack ONE TWO
Pat ‘Fox’ Maher ONE
Paddy Saunders ONE
Jer Doheny (c) ONE
Pat Fielding ONE
Dick Brennan ONE
Jim Dunne ONE
Ned Teehan (gk)
ONE
Tom Murphy ONE
Bill Hennebry ONE
250. Joe Delahunty ONE
Jim Dunphy (gk)
ONE
Mick Shortall ONE
Jim Ryan ONE
Jack Lennon ONE
Total – 38

1906 1908 1910
TIPPERARY TIPPERARY WEXFORD
Jim ‘Hawk’ O’Brien TWO Dick Doyle capt.
Paddy Burke TWO Pat Roche
Martin O’Brien TWO Mike Cummins
Tom Kerwick TWO Andy Kehoe
Paddy Brolan TWO 280. Bill McHugh
Jack Mockler TWO Jim Shortle
Tom Kenna TWO Paddy Mackey
Tim Gleeson TWO Sim Donohue
Jimmy Burke TWO Pat Corcoran
Paddy Maher TWO Joe Moloughney Mick Neville
Hugh Shelly TWO Michael Parker
Paddy Riordan TWO Pat FitzGerald James Mythen
Tom Semple (c) TWO THREE (c) Dick Fortune
Jack Gleeson THREE FOUR* Sean Kennedy
Joe O’Keeffe THREE FOUR* 290. William Devereux
Tom Allen TWO 270. Tony Carew James Fortune
Jer Hayes Jack Mooney Dave Kavanagh
Michael O’Dwyer
John FitzGerald
William Harris*
Bob Mockler*
* Played only in Draw

Therefore the number of All-Ireland Hurling medallists on the field of play from the 26 Championships pre WW1 is : 292

TITLES MEDALLISTS
TIPPERARY EIGHT EIGHTY
CORK SIX EIGHTY
KILKENNY SEVEN THIRTY-EIGHT
KERRY ONE TWENTY-TWO
DUBLIN ONE TWENTY-ONE
LIMERICK ONE SEVENTEEN
LONDON ONE SEVENTEEN
WEXFORD ONE SEVENTEEN
SEVEN-TIME MEDALLISTS FOUR Jack Rochford, Drug Walsh, Dick Doyle, Sim Walton – Kilkenny
SIX-TIME MEDALLISTS FOUR Paddy Lanigan, Eddie Doyle, Jimmy Kelly, Dan Kennedy – Kilkenny
FIVE-TIME MEDALLISTS SIX Mikey Maher, Johnny Walsh – Tipperary; Mick Doyle, Dick Doherty, Matt Gargan, Jack Keoghan – Kilkenny
FOUR-TIME MEDALLISTS TEN Denis Walsh, Jack Maher, Phil Byrne, Ned Maher, Tommy Ryan, Jack Gleeson, Joe O’Keeffe – Tipperary; Dick Grace, J.J. Brennan, John T. Power – Kilkenny
THREE-TIME MEDALLISTS TWELVE 6 Tipperary, 4 Kilkenny, 2 Cork
TWICE MEDALLISTS 50 23 Tipperary, 22 Cork, 5 Kilkenny
SINGLE MEDAL WINNERS 206 56 Cork, 42 Tipperary, 22 Kerry, 21 Dublin, 17 Limerick, Wexford, London, 14 Kilkenny

1914¹ 1915 1916
CLARE LAOIS TIPPERARY
Paddy ‘Fowler’ McInerney 310. Paddy Ryan Tom Dwan
Joe Power Jack Walsh Denis Walsh FIVE
Mick Flanagan Joe Dunphy Hugh Shelly THREE
Ned Grace Joe Carroll Arthur O’Donnell
Tom McGrath Tom Finlay Tommy Shanahan
Amby Power (c) Bob O’Keeffe Jack Power
Jack Shalloo Jack Daly 330. Willie Dwyer
300. Bob Doherty Ned McEvoy Darby Collison
Willie Considine Jack Finlay (c) Joe Fitzpatrick
Jim Spellissy Paddy Campion Johnny Leahy capt.
Martin Moloney 320. Jack Phelan Jimmy Murphy
John Fox Jim Carroll Jack Doherty
Brendan Considine Jack Carroll Willie (L) O’Dwyer
Jim Clancy Jack Hiney Paddy Leahy
Jim Guerin Joe Phelan Dick Walsh
John Rogers Jim Kelly-Sheridan
Pat Moloney

THE DUBLIN ERA

1917 1920 1924 1927
Tommy Daly TWO THREE FOUR
Bob Mockler¹ TWO
THREE (c) FOUR
340. Martin Hayes TWO THREE
John Ryan (c) Joe Bannon TWO
Joe Phelan² TWO THREE Mick Gill° TWO THREE (c)
Tommy Moore TWO Dinny O’Neill (c) TWO
James Cleary TWO Garrett Howard” TWO
THREE
Frank Burke TWO Tom Barry TWO
Mick Neville TWO Tom Finlay² TWO
Sean Hyde Jim ‘Builder’ Walsh TWO THREE
Hugh Burke Bob Doherty³ TWO
THREE Tom O’Rourke
Charlie Stuart Ned Tobin TWO
Sean O’Donovan John Joe Callanan^ Bill Small Matty Power* TWO
350. Martin Hackett Jim Clune Tommy Kelly Paddy McInerney³ TWO
Pat Kenefick Tom Hayes Mick Holland Jack Gleeson
Brendan Considine³ TWO
John Ryan (Grocers) Billy Banim Bill Phelan
Pat Aylward< TWO
Ned Fahy
Total – 40
¹ Tipperary 1908
² Laois 1915
³ Clare 1914
^ Tipperary 1930
° Galway 1923
” Limerick ’21,’34,’36
< Kilkenny 1922
* Kilkenny ’22,’32,’33,’35

LIMERICK 1918, 1921

Mick Murphy, Tom McGrath, Willie Ryan, Jimmy Humphries, Willie Hough, Paddy McInerney, Denny Lanigan, Bob McConkey, 360. Willie Gleeson, Jack Keane – BOTH; Mick Rochford, Dan Troy, Paddy Barry, Dick Ryan, Paddy Kennedy, Tom Mangan, Dave Murnane, 390. Garrett Howard, Mick Mullane, Christy Ryan – Total : 20

1919 1922 1923³ 1925
CORK KILKENNY GALWAY TIPPERARY
Ned Grey Mark McDonald Junior Mahoney Arthur O’Donnell TWO
Jimmy ‘Major’ Kennedy (c) Jim Tobin Mick Dervan Martin Mockler
Paddy O’Halloran Thomas Carroll Jim Power 430. John Joe Hayes
370. Frank Kelleher Wattie Dunphy (c) 410. Ned Gilmartin Johnny Leahy (c) TWO
Sean Og Murphy Eddie Dunphy Mick Gill Jack Power TWO
Connie Sheehan John Holohan Staff Garvey Stephen Hackett
Jim Hassett Dick Grace FIVE Jimmy Morris Mick Darcy
Tim Nagle Pat Aylward Ignatius Harney Tom Duffy
John O’Keeffe 400. William Kenny Dick Morrissey Paddy Leahy TWO
Paddy ‘Balty’ Aherne Patrick Glendon Martin King Phil Cahill
Dannix Ring Matty Power Tom Fleming Willie Ryan
Con Lucey Martin Lawlor Leonard McGrath Paddy O’Dwyer
Dick O’Gorman John Roberts Mick Kenny (c) Martin Kennedy
380. Mick Murphy Pat Donoghue 420. Bernie Gibbs Paddy Power
John Barry-Murphy Dick Tobin Andy Kelly Jack Darcy
440. Stephen Kenny

CORK

1926 1928 1929 1931
John Coughlan TWO
Sean Og Murphy (c) TWO THREE (c) Paddy ‘Fox’ Collins TWO
Edward O’Connell TWO THREE FOUR
Paddy Delea TWO THREE FOUR
Maurice Murphy Mick Leahy Johnny Kenneally Willie Clancy
Jim O’Regan TWO THREE FOUR
Joe Kearney Morgan Madden TWO THREE
Eudie Coughlan TWO THREE FOUR
Jim Hurley TWO THREE FOUR
Mick ‘Gah’ Aherne TWO THREE FOUR
450. Mattie Murphy 460. Peter O’Grady TWO THREE
Paddy ‘Balty’ Aherne TWO THREE FOUR FIVE
Mick Murphy TWO Tom Barry TWO THREE
Bill Higgins Miah Burke TWO
Dinny Barry-Murphy TWO THREE (c) FOUR
Mick O’Connell TWO THREE
Donal McCarthy 480. George Garrett
Total – 26

 SEVENTY-YEAR SPAN AS ALL-IRELAND MEDALLIST

MARTIN WHITE KILKENNY SEP 4 1932 OCT 12 2011 79 YRS 38 DAYS
DAN RYAN TIPPERARY APR 1 1888 DEC 31 1966 78 YRS 274 DAYS
JIM POWER GALWAY SEP 14 1924 MAY 21 1998 73 YRS 249 DAYS
JOHN T POWER KILKENNY JUN 21 1908 FEB 1 1982 73 YRS 225 DAYS
TONY HERBERT LIMERICK SEP 1 1940 MAR 6 2014 73 YRS 186 DAYS
TOMMY COOKE LIMERICK SEP 1 1940 FEB 13 2014 73 YRS 165 DAYS
JIMMY ‘BUTLER’ COFFEY
TIPPERARY SEP 5 1937 DEC 29 2010 73 YRS 115 DAYS
LAR FLAHERTY CORK NOV 12 1905 JAN 5 1979 73 YRS 54 DAYS
P ‘FOWLER’ McINERNEY CLARE OCT 18 1914 JAN 15 1987 72 YRS 89 DAYS
GARRETT HOWARD LIMERICK MAR 4 1923 JAN 20 1995 71 YRS 322 DAYS
MICK NEVILLE WEXFORD NOV 20 1910 DEC 26 1981 71 YRS 36 DAYS
E.D. RYAN TIPPERARY MAR 27 1898 FEB 18 1969 70 YRS 328 DAYS
FRANK BURKE DUBLIN OCT 28 1917 DEC 28 1987 70 YRS 61 DAYS

1930 1937 1938
TIPPERARY TIPPERARY DUBLIN
Tommy O’Meara Tom Butler Christy Forde
Mick Cronin Denis O’Gorman Mick Daniels
Jimmy Lanigan TWO  Tom Teehan
470. Mick Ryan Ger Cornally Mick Butler
Paul McKenna Johnny Ryan Charlie McMahon
Jimmy Harney Jimmy ‘Butler’ Coffey 540. Mick Gill Jnr.
John J Callanan (c) TWO Willie Wall Phil Farrell
Tommy Leahy Jimmy Cooney Jim Byrne
Phil Purcell Jack Gleeson Harry Grey
John Maher TWO Robbie Ryan
Tommy Butler Paddy ‘Sweeper’ Ryan Mossy McDonnell
Phil Cahill TWO
Tommy Doyle Pat Doody
Jimmy O’Loughlin 530. Bill O’Donnell Mick Brophy
Martin Kennedy TWO
Denis Murphy Mick Flynn
Tommy Treacy TWO Bill Loughnane
James Heaney Dan Mackey 550. Jimmy Gilmartin
Tom Kennedy

KILKENNY

1932 1933 1935 1939
Jim Dermody TWO
Paddy Larkin TWO
THREE
FOUR
Peter O’Reilly TWO
THREE
Paddy Grace
Jack Carroll John Fitzpatrick Peter Blanchfield TWO
Paddy Phelan TWO
THREE
FOUR
Podge Byrne TWO
THREE
Bobby Hincks
Eddie Doyle TWO (c)
Locky Byrne Billy Burke
Eddie Byrne TWO
THREE
Jimmy Kelly
490. Lory Meagher TWO
THREE (c)
Jim Langton
Jimmy Walsh (c) TWO
THREE
FOUR (c)
Martin Power TWO
Larry Duggan Terry Leahy
Tommy Leahy TWO
THREE
Jack Gargan
Dan Dunne Johnny Dunne TWO
Jack Mulcahy
Martin White TWO
THREE
Seanie O’Brien
Matty Power THREE FOUR
FIVE
560. Jimmy Phelan
Jack Duggan TWO
Bobby Brannigan
 TOTAL – 33 Jimmy O’Connell TWO
THREE

LIMERICK 1934, 1936, 1940

Mick Kennedy, 500. Paddy Clohessy, John Mackey, Timmy Ryan, Jim Roche, Mick Mackey, Paddy Scanlan – ALL THREE; Garrett Howard (3 In Total), Mick Ryan , Dave Clohessy, Tom McCarthy, Mickey Cross, Paddy McMahon, Jackie Power – TWO; Bob McConkey (3 In Total), 510. Tom Shinny, Ned Cregan, Jackie O’Connell, Jim Close, Mickey Condon, 520. Paddy Carroll, Jim McCarthy, Mick Hickey, Tommy Cooke, Peter Cregan, Dick Stokes, Ned Chawke, Tony Herbert – Total : 28.

 1887 – 1940 : 53 Championships

 GRAND TOTAL : 568

SEVEN Jack Rochford, Drug Walsh, Sim Walton, Dick Doyle – KILKENNY
SIX Paddy Lanigan, Eddie Doyle, Jimmy Kelly, Dan Kennedy – KILKENNY
FIVE Mikey Maher, Johnny Walsh, Denis Walsh – TIPPERARY; Mick Doyle, Dick Doherty, Matt Gargan, Jack Keoghan, Dick Grace – KILKENNY; Balty Aherne – CORK; Matty Power – KILKENNY/DUBLIN; Garrett Howard – LIMERICK/DUBLIN [11]
FOUR Jack Maher, Phil Byrne, Ned Maher, Tommy Ryan, Jack Gleeson, Joe O’Keeffe – TIPPERARY; Jim O’Regan, Paddy Delea, Jim Hurley, Edward O’Connell, Gah Aherne, Dinny Barry-Murphy, Eudie Coughlan – CORK; J.J. Brennan, John T Power, Jimmy Walsh, Paddy Larkin, Paddy Phelan – KILKENNY; Bob Mockler – TIPPERARY/DUBLIN; Tommy Daly – DUBLIN [20]
THREE John O’Connor, John Cashman, Sean Og Murphy, Morgan Madden, Peter O’Grady, Tom Barry, Mick O’Connell – CORK {7}; Johnny Connolly, Ned Brennan, Bill Devane, Tim Condon, Mike Wall, Tom Semple, Hugh Shelly – TIPPERARY {7}; Dan Stapleton, Jack Anthony, Dan Grace, Pierce Grace, Peter O’Reilly, Podge Byrne, Eddie Byrne, Lory Meagher, Tommy Leahy, Martin White, Jimmy O’Connell – KILKENNY {11}; Joe Phelan – LAOIS/DUBLIN, Martin Hayes, Builder Walsh – DUBLIN; Bob Doherty – CLARE/DUBLIN; Mick Gill – GALWAY/DUBLIN; Bob McConkey, Mick Kennedy, Paddy Clohessy, John Mackey, Timmy Ryan, Jim Roche, Mick Mackey, Paddy Scanlan – LIMERICK {8} [38]
TWO NINETY-SIX [Tipperary 31, Cork 26, Limerick 15, Kilkenny 11, Dublin 8, Five with Two Counties]
ONE THREE HUNDRED and NINETY FIVE [Tipperary 84, Cork 77, Dublin 55, Kilkenny 42, Limerick 39, Kerry 22, London, Wexford 17, Clare, Laois, Galway 14]
TITLES MEDALLISTS
TIPPERARY TWELVE 133
CORK ELEVEN 118
KILKENNY TWELVE 84
DUBLIN SIX 77
LIMERICK SIX 63
KERRY ONE 22
LONDON ONE 17
WEXFORD ONE 17
CLARE ONE 17
LAOIS ONE 16
GALWAY ONE 15
WITH TWO COUNTIES : 11

YOUNGEST KNOWN
Brendan Considine 1914 Clare 17y 239d
Dan Ryan 1887 Tipperary 17y 336d
Denis Walsh 1895 Tipperary 19y 34d
Tom Irwin 1892 Cork 19y 268d
Tom Brazill 1897 Limerick 19y 284d
OLDEST KNOWN
Denis Walsh 1916 Tipperary 39y 346d
Bob McConkey 1934 Limerick (draw) 39y 262d
Bob Mockler 1924 Dublin 38y 240d

LONGEST-LIVED

JIM POWER GALWAY 1923 1895-1998 102y 195d
MARTIN WHITE KILKENNY 1932, 33. 35 1909-2011 102y 73d
JIMMY ‘BUTLER’ COFFEY TIPPERARY 1937 1909-2010 101y 64d
JACK CARROLL LAOIS 1915 1878-1977 99y 195d
TOMMY COOKE LIMERICK 1940 1914-2014 99y 183d
JOHN T POWER KILKENNY 1907, 11-13 1883-1982 98y 293d
DAN RYAN TIPPERARY 1887 1870-1966 96y 244d
E.D. RYAN TIPPERARY 1896, 98 1872?-1969 96y ?d
GARRETT HOWARD LIMERICK/DUBLIN 21, 24, 27, 34, 36 1899-1995 95y 41d

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By appearing as a substitute in 1940, Tony Herbert became the final name to be inscribed on these rolls. He was also the last survivor.


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