Hello All. My grandfather was a soldier at the Curragh Camp back in the 1920's though 1950's. 6 of his 12 children were born there, including my father. Sadly 2 of them passed away as young children in 1931 and 1937 ( 2 years old and 6 years old) in the military hospital there. I located their death records online, but no one in the family has ever known where they were buried. The deaths were registered in the district of Newbridge. Online searches such as "findagrave.com", etc have yielded no information.
My grandparents are long gone and my dad was only very young at the time. My dad said he went to the camp one time many years ago to inquire, but could not find any information.
Would it be possible that they were buried at a cemetery at the camp? I am not sure if that was the done thing at the time when a family member death occurred at the camp. Many thanks for any help provided.
Hi Patricia Contact Kildare County Council, Re registers of Graves in Newbridge area i.e St Conleth's Cemetery they might be able to point you in the right direction, You can contact them online. Best of luck
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