Stephen O'Callaghan



During the Great War, O’Callaghan had served with the Royal Munster Fusiliers and had a wound pension. When shot, he was an unemployed dock labourer drawing a military disability pension of £1 weekly. The inquest shows his mother was "Mary" and he had a brotyher "John"



1892 Mar 20 Born Cork


1901 census


1911 census living at 23 Rutland St, Cork - address of his mother Mary in 1921, does not help. No mother Mary, no brother John , no Stephen



The inquest evidence established that he served in RMF and had a wound pension of £1 a week. He does not appear to be the man below, who was born 1875


1921 Apr 29 Shot in Cork


Shot by IRA as British spies