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Active service certificates for the 3 Hanley brothers of Clonmel
The Hanley Brothers
3 active service certifcates for James, Thomas and Patrick Hanley.
These certificates were awarded to my uncle in laws uncles and have been passed down to me. According to the 1911 census the James, Thomas and Patrick Hanley. They were a family of 5 boys and the three brothers were labourers before they enlisted in the war. According to the active service certificates: Thomas Hanley of Cashel enlisted on 4 August 1914. He was a private in the Machine Gun Corps. He was wounded in action on 25 June 1917 Hames Hanley also enlisted on the 4 August 1914. He was a private in the Leinster Regiment. He was wounded in France. Patrick Hanley of Cashel enlisted on 10 July 1915. He was a private in the Royal Irish Regiment. he was killed in action on 6 Sept 1916. He was buried in Corbie Communal Cemetary. A lady from Cashel still remembers the three brothers. She said that one of the Hanley boys always walked with a limp caused by the injury he sustained during the war.