Brief history of my lost uncle James Healy, item 4

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 7 photographs of Private HEALY, JAMES Service Number 27221, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

 Top row, left to right:  

1.  A studio photo taken of a very young James Healy wearing a cut-back collar and dickie bow.

2.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

3.  A studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget, wearing his Army greatcoat, puttees and holding his hat with Royal Dublin Fusiliers badge on in his hands,

4.  A postcard of a group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers, on he says to his mother back home:

"I am in this photo at the back row to the right so you can easily find me"

 Bottom row, left to right:  

5.  A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers outside an army barracks

6.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

7.  Close-up of No. 3. studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget

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 7 photographs of Private HEALY, JAMES Service Number 27221, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

 Top row, left to right:  

1.  A studio photo taken of a very young James Healy wearing a cut-back collar and dickie bow.

2.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

3.  A studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget, wearing his Army greatcoat, puttees and holding his hat with Royal Dublin Fusiliers badge on in his hands,

4.  A postcard of a group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers, on he says to his mother back home:

"I am in this photo at the back row to the right so you can easily find me"

 Bottom row, left to right:  

5.  A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers outside an army barracks

6.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

7.  Close-up of No. 3. studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget


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  • September 4, 2019 09:51:38 Stella Watkin

     7 photographs of Private HEALY, JAMES Service Number 27221, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

     Top row, left to right:  

    1.  A studio photo taken of a very young James Healy wearing a cut-back collar and dickie bow.

    2.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    3.  A studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget, wearing his Army greatcoat, puttees and holding his hat with Royal Dublin Fusiliers badge on in his hands,

    4.  A postcard of a group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers, on he says to his mother back home:

    "I am in this photo at the back row to the right so you can easily find me"

     Bottom row, left to right:  

    5.  A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers outside an army barracks

    6.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    7.  Close-up of No. 3. studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget

  • December 25, 2018 18:57:39 Stella Watkin

     7 photographs of Private HEALY, JAMES Service Number 27221, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

     Top row, left to right:  

    1.  A studio photo taken of a very young James Healy wearing a cut-back collar and dickie bow.

    2.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    3.  A studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget, wearing his Army greatcoat, puttees and holding his hat with Royal Dublin Fusiliers badge on in his hands,

    4.  A postcard of a group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers, on he says to his mother back home:

    I am in this photo at the back row to the right so you can easily find me"

     Bottom row, left to right:  

    5.  A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers outside an army barracks

    6.  Another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    7.  Close-up of No. 3. studio photo taken of newly-enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget


  • December 25, 2018 18:48:36 Stella Watkin

     7 photographs of Private HEALY, JAMES Service Number 27221, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

    Top row, left to right:

    1. a studio photo taken of a very young James Healy

    2. another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    3. studio photo taken of newly enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget

    4. A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers

    Bottom row, left to right:

    5. A Group photo of WW1 soldiers, probably Royal Dublin Fusiliers outside an army barracks

    6. another studio photo taken of a very young James Healy, a close-up taken at the same session as no. 1

    7.  Close-up of No. 3. studio photo taken of newly enlisted James Healy with his mother Bridget


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    Dublin. Ireland

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3478 / 43511
Source
http://europeana1914-1918.eu/...
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James Healy
License
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  • English

  • Western Front




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